According to the buyers, the developer had finally promised delivery of the flats by Sep-Oct, 2017.
After 8 years, 750 home buyers of Ansal Heights still waiting
Over 700 homebuyers, who invested their savings into Ansal Heights 86, have been waiting for their dream homes since 2010. But even eight years after its launch and about four years after its original deadline expired, they are not sure when they will get the possession of their flats.
According to the buyers, after missing several deadlines, the developer had finally promised delivery of the flats by September-October 2017. “Almost a year has passed since then too. We have paid the money for booking the flat almost seven-eight years ago. But the way things are moving, the possession of flat does not look possible in next two years either,” said Himanshu Garg, a buyer.
“We were standing in the sun for 3-4 hours but we were not even allowed to enter the premises. We stood outside the venue like we were begging for money,” said an angry homebuyer.
Interestingly, in response to an RTI plea filed by the residents, the department of town and country planning (DTCP) had revealed that the licence Ansals had presented before the DTCP for the Ansal Heights 86 was in the name of a third party, Resolve Estate Private Limited. The DTCP is claimed to have issued the show cause to Resolve on 28 August 2015, asking how Resolve could give the licence issued to it, to Ansals. Moreover, the licence expired on May 28, 2015, and Resolve has not renewed it yet.