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NMMC Chief Dr Ramaswamy speaks on violations of Palm Beach Residency Amey CHS at Nerul

The troubles for Wadhwa Group’s Palm Beach Residency Amey CHS at Nerul are all set to increase. The architect Hiten Sethi and builder Navin Makhija will have a lot to answer in court as the NMMC all set to bring the violations done by the duo in the project on record in the Bombay High Court. It may be recalled that both owners of flats in the society and social activist Sandeep Thakur have gone to court. While citizens have gone in court demanding OC from NMMC, social activist Sandeep Thakur has gone to court demanding action for FSI theft and other violations committed by the builder. He also seeks action against the architect Hiten Sethi for submitting a fraud letter to NMMC stating that project has been made as per CC when it in fact is not made as per CC. While the Bombay High Court is yet to commence hearing of the case, NMTV spoke to NMMC Commissioner Dr Ramaswamy N who said that they rejected the OC to Wadhwa Group in November 2018 for Palm Beach Residency Amey CHS at Nerul as the project has not been made as per the CC submitted to NMMC.

The Commissioner said that in 2012 they had rejected the OC because of CRZ violations however this in November 2018 they have rejected because of FSI violations.

The NMMC is all set to expose the violations of the builder and architect during the hearing of the case in Bombay High Court.

NMMC Chief Dr Ramaswamy has endorsed allegations that the highly reputed Wadhwa Group and the award winning architect Hiten Sethi have done major violations in of FSI norms in Palm Beach Residency Amey CHS. It’s unfortunate that their act has cheated home buyers who trusted them and invested their life long earning in the homes they bought in this stained project. Bureau report – NMTV News.



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