The matter of floor-wise registry will be up in front of the Uttar Pradesh State Government after the conclusion of the general assembly elections, sources said. The Noida Building Regulation 2010 don’t have provision for plots segregation, the government can resolve this issue through amendment.
Rajesh Kumar, OSD, Noida Authority said that the planning department is currently looking into the matter and will forward recommendations to the Yogi Adityanath-led State Government. He further said that the Noida authority will allow floor-wise registry of plotted houses once it is sanctioned from the State Government.
Earlier in March, The Noida city’s RWAs [Resident Welfare Associations] opposed the Noida authority’s give-in principle approval of floor-wise registries on the plotted houses.
The RWAs said that this registry procedure will create logistical and infrastructure issues in the city.
NP Singh, president, Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Associations (FONRWA) said that we are having the demand to freehold property for the city residents but the authority gave approval to the floor-wise registry proposal.
He also said that the association strongly opposes this approval as it is not in the favour of city’s infrastructure as one owner per plot pattern was planned earlier.
Singh also said that the adjoining city such as the national capital Delhi and neighbouring Ghaziabad allow floor-wise registration in major areas but Noida is still not ready for the same.
On 1st November, the Noida Authority took up the in-principle proposal for floor-wise registry of properties and also asked for feedback from the public.
Earlier in January, the homebuyers in Noida planned to take a legal move on the issue of Sub-lease rule.
The homebuyers under the banner of Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association [NEFOWA] planned to take legal action against the proposal to shift homeowners as sub-leasee of their property. The district administration proposed the same agreement and the homebuyers said that they will also present a memorandum of protest in the office of district magistrate and will follow the same with a writ petition at the Allahabad high court.