Rainwater harvesting mandatory for housing projects in Noida

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By Solar Times Bureau

Due to the rapidly depleting groundwater levels and the need to conserve it , the Noida Authority has made it compulsory for all development and group housing projects to ensure proper rainwater harvesting systems before they apply for completion certificates. The planning department of the Authority has also made it mandatory for future allot tees of group housing projects to submit affidavits of the rainwater systems to be installed at their sites they are provided allotment letters.  One of the senior authority officials said, from now completion certificates would be issued to group housing projects only after it is found upon inspection that rainwater systems installed are working as per norms. Site visits would be conducted by teams. Completion certificates will not be provided based simply on the fact that the projects have a provision for such systems.

The decision has been taken following the rap by the National Green Tribunal for failing to conserve groundwater tables in the city. Besides some other projects will also be inspected by the authority in few days

 

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