On Friday, officials from the department of town and country planning (DTCP) visited the township for site inspection, where the boundary wall needs to be constructed for enhancing the security of the society. Moreover, the residents raised with the officials the issue of installation of gates at various internal roads and the U-turn required for Suncity on Golf Course Road.
District town planner (enforcement) RS Batth said, “The issue pertains to the construction of a boundary wall along the Suncity township and the Aravali forest land, which have been examined. We have made a note of every point and we are hoping to resolve the matter within the next 15 days in accordance with law.”
In March this year, DTP headquarters wrote to Gurgaon’s senior town planner to submit a proposal before a committee constituted under the chairmanship of the deputy commissioner of Gurgaon and seek permission to construct the boundary wall towards the northern side along the Natural Conservation Zone area and the eastern side of the township.
Kusum Sharma, a resident, said, “It is our long-standing demand to enhance the security of the colony as there have been several cases of theft and intrusion from the Aravali area. Though guards have been deployed, it is not possible to keep guards at all the places. We are now hoping for some early resolution.”
The residents also raised the issue of handover of the society’s community centre, currently in possession of the developer, to the RWA or the MCG. “We are being deprived of a place for holding social gatherings,” said Pramod Sharma, another resident.