UP-RERA plans to launch microsite to hear realtors on procedural delays!


The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) has decided to play a more active role in the mediation between builders and development authorities.

UP-RERA plans to open a microsite in its official window where the affected developers will be able to register complaints against the relevant authorities. Rera found that the most common complaints were delays in approving maps, unfinished roads or underdeveloped civilian infrastructure around communities. These procedural delays often prevent projects from being completed on time, and the burden ultimately falls on homebuyers.

In addition to resolving disputes between builders and buyers, Rera will also mediate with relevant authorities when receiving complaints from developers on the microsite. Developers often question the role of the regulatory authorities when it comes to interfering with industry or development authorities, which are primarily responsible for issuing completion certificates or developing civilian infrastructure around projects.

A platform to lodge complaints against authorities-

Rajive Kumar, the UP-RERA chairperson, said, builders often complain that the local development authority handles issues related to their project. This often hampers the overall growth of the project. In some cases, roads have not been completed, maps have not been approved and urban infrastructure in disarray. Hence, we decided to create a platform on UP-RERA’s main website, so that developers can file pending complaints of any development or industrial authority in the state. We can take over all the cases and become an intermediary between the developer and the competent authority.

At the end homebuyers had to suffer –

Manoj Gaur, the Credai national vice-president, said, at present, RERA cannot issue directives or take action on any industry or development authority. Procedural delays often become an obstacle to timely implementation of the project. We have long demanded that the development authorities comply with RERA law. This measure will partially solve the problem. Unless the RERA Act is amended to give it the power to intervene in the affairs of the competent authorities.

Several projects built in Noida and Greater Noida, but lacked proper roads access, sewer lines or electricity connections. The responsibility of the development authorities is to develop basic public services. In the absence of these services, projects remain unfinished for a long time and developers are fined. As a result, homebuyers suffer the most.

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At its 84th meeting, UP RERA discussed the status of compliance of its orders implementation by the developers. The Authority (UP RERA) fined nine developers Rs 1.4 crore for failing to comply with their order.

The penalty or fine were imposed on Antriksh Realtech Pvt. Ltd, Wave MegaCity Center Pvt ltd, AIMS Promoters Pvt ltd, Ansal Properties & Infrastructure Ltd, AVP Realty Pvt. Ltd, ATS Realty SA Ltd, Krishna Estate Developers Pvt. Ltd, Radicon Infrastructure and Housing Pvt. ltd, and Ratan Buildtech Pvt. Ltd and.

The authorities noted with annoyance that some developers did not follow their orders, however the authorities gave them enough time to do so. The authorities are constantly striving to ensure that their orders are carried out and providing justice to allottees as soon as possible. Punishing guilty promoters is an important step toward getting them to comply with authority orders.

Taking into account the above facts, the authorities have decided to apply appropriate penalties to builders to ensure that their requests are met and the interests of home buyers are protected.

The Authority, exercising its powers in accordance with section 38/63 of the RERA Act. This law gave the right to punish incompatible promoters up to 5% of the cost of the project and decided to impose a penalty against the promoters.

Rajiv Kumar, Chairman, at UP RERA said, “Uttar Pradesh RERA constantly makes tough decisions against ruthless developers to protect the interests of homebuyers. The authority fully committed to safeguarding the interests of home buyers. The regulator takes every possible measure to regulate the real estate sector in the state according to RERA law.”

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Supertech to deliver over 8,000 flats by December 2021


On Friday, developer Supertech said it will deliver about 8,460 apartments to buyers by December 2021. More than 16,000 units in the ongoing projects in Noida, Greater Noida and Meerut by 2023. Supertech has a total of 13 projects in the NCR region. Four projects are located in Greater Noida, five projects in Noida, two projects in Meerut and Yamuna Expressway. According to Supertech, they are planning to hand over about 16,041 properties from December 2021 to June 2023.

The announcement came two days after Supertech met with UP-RERA officials who reviewed the developer’s pending projects. Supertech Group said in a meeting with UP RERA that it will deliver around 8,463 units by December 2021. About 7,347 units by December 2022 and 231 units thereafter for their various projects in Uttar Pradesh.

RK Arora, Supertech Group President said, the delay was due to two unprecedented waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected all real estate projects. The Group will implement these projects through internal accruals, and the group has a positive net worth to meet its financing needs.

Every Homebuyer should get a home

Projects that completed and ready to deliver include Crown Towers, North Eye, Supernova, Romano, and ORB in Noida. Eco Village I, Eco Village II (Phase I), Eco Village II (Phase II) and Eco Village III in Greater Noida. Upcountry and Golf Country along Yamuna Expressway,  Meerut Green Village, and Meerut Sports City. 

UP RERA chairman Rajive Kumar said, RERA’s goal is to ensure that all buyers get their home on specified time. We occasionally check the status of all projects and this month met 60 promoters who have participated in about 150 projects in the state. “Supertech projects have also been reviewed and verified in relation to RERA orders. This group announcement was part of RERA’s work.”

According to the schedule provided by the real estate company, 8,463 units will be delivered in December 2021. About 2,308 units by March 2022, 1,132 by June 2022, 3,907 by December 2022 and 231 in 2023. Many of these projects in Noida and Greater Noida have long been delayed, as Supertech often faces protests from home buyers and harsh legal orders.

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The decision was taken in light of the fact that the developer did not carry out a large number of its projects on time specified by UP-RERA. They also did not comply with a large number of orders from the authorities on complaints from home buyers projects from promoter companies.

The Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) has rejected an application for registration of two proposed Supertech projects under RERA Section 5 with Section 11 (4)(B) and Section 4 (2)(B).

Rejected projects applications are Supertech Golf Country GH01-Phase-1B and Supertech Golf Country GH01-Phase-1A.

Authorities asked the developer for a detailed report on the fulfillment of his orders and a convincing action plan to complete its projects. However, the authorities also decided to give the developer a second chance to apply for registration of the two projects again, after it can largely comply with the authority’s previous orders.

UP-RERA didn’t receive any written or oral responses

During the trial, R.K. Arora, Supertech Chairman, told authorities the company was trying to complete projects as well as enforce government orders.

However, UP-RERA did not find the promoter’s written or oral response satisfactory. The authorities concluded that it would be inconvenient and that it is not proper and not in the interests of home buyers to register the company’s two new projects. The company was unable to complete a large number of its projects already registered with RERA, nor was it able to complete a large number of orders approved by the company’s affected homebuyer’s assistance authority.

UP-RERA chairman, Rajiv Kumar, said, The organizer did not comply with the authorities’ orders and there was no noticeable improvement in the status of unfinished orders at the end of the promoter. They also failed to come up with a convincing action plan to implement their ongoing projects. As a result, a large number of home buyers with the developer forced to approach the authorities with claims for compensation. Not only did the developer fail to speed up its projects, it also did not comply with government orders, further exacerbating the homebuyer’s suffering.

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Confederation of Real Estate Developers (Credai) and The Indian Builders’ Association said that due to labor shortages on construction sites, the timing of real estate projects may be affected as more than 25% of migrant workers have gone to their hometowns. UP-Rera is aware of the situation and says that it can increase the project’s timelines.

Greater Noida and Noida together have about two lakh ready to move in apartments. Also on March 25, 2020, the UP-Rera has already given developers an extension of their under-construction apartments.

Given labor shortages at construction sites, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers (Credai) and Indian Builders’ Association said the delivery timing of real estate projects could be affected. Since more than 25% of migrant workers traveled to their homes. UP-Rera has become aware of the situation and says that it can extend deadlines of projects.

Although work resumed after unlock, cities could not regain all the labor force as previously. In contrast to the pre-pandemic strength of about four lakhs, there are hardly about 1 lakh workers in the cities.

Pankaj Bajaj, president of Credai-NCR, said. Material supply was again an issue due to the closure of markets over the weekend. In addition, more than 25% of migrant workers traveled to their place of residence. As a result, daily work became a problem. We can not meet deadlines. This may affect the completion timing of the ongoing projects.

Balvinder Kumar, UP-Rera member said, we understand the current situation and may consider some relaxation for builders in the coming days, though nothing has been decided so far.

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Thousands of home buyers are waiting to register their apartments due to a deadlock because of the dues between developers and authorities. To put an end to the ongoing registration delays in Noida and Greater Noida, the UP-RERA has requested guidance and directions from the state government.

It is estimated that more than 50,000 home buyers are still waiting to register their apartments in the area. Due to the lack of a payment plan from local authorities, district developers are unable to pay their pending dues and the registration of many finished apartments has been halted for several months.

What RERA Officials said?

Balvinder Kumar, a member of, UP-RERA said. This is a serious problem in Gautam Budh Nagar area. The problem is increasing and several builders have to pay money to the local authorities. Builders aren’t getting OC and CC and registration fails because of this. If builders have four mandatory certificates, we will give possession of flat to the buyers. Under this regulation, possession is granted, but buyers can not search their apartments. We are trying to solve this issue and have also asked the state government to intervene in this issue. We have also requested some instructions from the state government so that buyers can register their apartments as soon as possible.

What do Builders / Developers said?

Developers believe that a higher interest rate is calculated and there is a delay in the registration of flats due to the lack of clear instructions or guidelines.

RK Arora, president, NAREDCO UP, said. Noida authorities, GNIDA, YEIDA do not allow registration due to outstanding dues for calculating higher interest rates. The authorities have not yet complied with the SC order to reduce interest rates. Completion at the authorities level is also pending. This is a serious issue because registration is delayed.

Unable to sell my flat!

Some buyers also postpone the registrations as they have spent most of their liquidity when taking over their apartments. Experts say, so they had taken some time to be able to manage the registration fee.

This year, in January, due to the long delay, authority of Noida allowed private developers to pay their lease rent in installments. This decision helped an estimated 30,000 home buyers awaiting registration of their properties.

Nitesh Sharma, a buyer from Greater Noida West said. “I received my apartment 8-9 months ago but am still waiting to register my apartment. But now I am planning to move to a larger area by selling this flat. But due to the long delay in the registration process, I can not sell this property. I hope this deadlock ends and we can register our property so we can sell or improve our units.”

Prasoon Chauhan, founder & CEO, BlackOpal Group, said. The liquidity problem in the real estate sector affects the proper functioning as we have witnessed the redirection of money raised for registration to other activities. Buyers also move into their homes and delay huge registration costs. However, we recommended that you complete all required registration documents before shifting to your apartment.

UP-RERA working with state government

UP-RERA is now working with the state government to find a solution to this problem so that the finished floors get registered. And the deadlock issue between authorities and developers is resolved. Many buyers are unable to sell their properties due to lack of registration and some are forced to sell such properties at very low market prices.

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UP-RERA postpone physical hearing of complaints


Delhi/NCR:- As the COVID-19 pandemic cases increase across the country, the Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) has decided to postpone the physical appeal hearing with effect from May 1, 2021.

Due to the many physical hearing requests from developers and buyers, the authority had previously decided to allow the physical hearing to the concerned parties. Provided that the Covid-19 protocol will be followed strictly.

But the authority is now handling complaints virtually through the e-court or electronic court system as instructed by the Government of India and the state government.

The virtual hearing will be continued in its current form. Further decisions will be made in the future to allow the parties to have a physical hearing. Depending on the pandemic situation and the direction by the state and central government.

Authorities recently postponed the National Lok Adalat, which was to be held in Lucknow and Greater Noida on April 10, 2021.

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The Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) is about to issue a notice of show-cause to Supertech Realtors. The notice has been issued for the non-compliance to Section 5 (1) of the RERA Act. Under this notice, the developer has to explain why the application for registration of the Golf Country GH01 Phase 1A and Golfland GH01 Phase-1B should be approved and not rejected.

There are a total of 2,454 complaints filed against the developer and its subsidiaries. Of which 1,629 cases were settled and 105 and 1,243 are refund and possession orders. It was noted that home buyers filed a large number of complaints against the developer and also the developer did not comply with many of the authority’s orders.

Supertech has registered 36 projects, but the builder has shown very little interest in completing these unfinished projects. There are up to 20 projects for which the registration period has expired and which have not been completed yet.

Of the 20 projects, five projects registration was not given because the developer did not submit the penalty amount. In 13 projects, the application for registration of the project has not been submitted to the authority.

In September 2020, UP-RERA decided to conduct a forensic audit of Supernova Phase I, II, III and IV of Supertech group. But the promoter did not cooperate with the auditor, which ultimately means violation of the RERA order.  

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Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) under the leadership of U.P state legal services authority is organizing a National Lok Adalat. The Lok Adalat will be organized at Lucknow headquarters of UP-RERA and Greater Noida office on 10 April 2021, to settle the disputes between developers and home buyers.

The Lok Adalat conducted through the internet medium. Only the complaints submitted to the authority under section 31 of the RERA where mutual consent, settlement or request for agreement is possible will be considered.

Current and pending cases also be reviewed by the RERA Conciliation Consultant, where the settlement is possible on the basis of reconciliation agreement. Or where the party has made a request for an agreement will also be considered. 

Anand Shukla, legal advisor to UP-RERA, has been appointed Nodal Officer of the Lok Adalat organization.

Rajesh Kumar Tyagi, UP-RERA Secretary, said.-“Through Lok Adalat, home buyers will have a transparent, easy, quick settlement and solution to their cases. Adalat will consider the same cases where the settlement is possible through reconciliation agreement and cases that are pending for a long time.”

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The Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP-RERA) imposed a fine under Section-63 of RERA against several developers and builders. The list consists names of well-known developers and others as well. Some of them are Supertech, Mahagun India, Ansal Properties and Infrastructure, and Logix Infrastructure. The fine imposed for the lack of compliance with authority orders.

Fine a totaling Rs 1.24 crore was imposed on these developers. Other developer names include Sare Saamag Realty, T.G.B. Real Estate, Nivas Promoters, Newtech Promoters and Developers, I.V.R. Prime Developers, Logix City Developers, and La Residentia Developers.

The authority ordered these developers to enforce their orders and pay the fine amount within one month, otherwise, the fine will be levied as arrears of revenue from the land.

Show-Cause Notice to Ansal API-

UP-RERA has canceled registration of Ansal API project at Pocket 4, Sector-O, Sushant Golf City. The authority sent a show-cause notice to the developer and reason to revoke the registration of their project in May 2019 for violation of the registration terms and conditions.

After considering the developer’s response, the authority puts a stay on the decision of show-cause notice. For a duration of 4 months subject to the nine conditions described in the mentioned order. The developer did not comply with the order, and the authority on 5 September 2020 ordered the developer to submit a report on compliance with its order.

After considering the response of the Ansal API Promoter dated 14 October 2020 and their oral presentations, the authority immediately decided to withdraw the registration of this project due to the violations of following rules:-

Violations by Ansal API developer-

  1. Irregularities committed during the sale of project units.
  2. The money received from the allottees without getting a sanctioned map of the project and it comes under the illegal trading practice. 
  3. The developer has not done any work in the last 9 years, that is, since 2011.
  4. The developer misuse an amount of Rs 16.03 crore received from the allottees of the project.
  5. The required compliance’s, including the QPR of the project, not presented on the authority website.
  6. They didn’t follow the guidelines of the local authorities regarding complaints from the allottees. 

The authority restricts the developer’s access to the project registration page, which is available on the authority’s website. It also froze the project’s escrow account in HDFC Bank, Hazratganj branch. Further the authority has set up a project monitoring and advisory committee chaired by UP-RERA member Bhanu Pratap Singh to facilitate the remaining project work in accordance with RERA section 8.

UP-RERA has taken this decision to protect the home buyer’s interests and ensure compliance with the provisions of the RERA Act. This is the third project of the Ansal API that has been de registered by the authority.

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UP-RERA also decided to allow the parties a physical hearing option from 1 May 2021, subject to strict compliance with the Covid-19 Protocol, where applicable. The parties not allowed to change the physical hearing option after choosing it.

The Authority reviews complaints virtually through the electronic legal system, taking into account the need to include Covid-19.

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