Thousands of residents living in the new sectors will continue to face connectivity issues, say developers with projects in the new sectors, if a policy intervention addressing issues delaying construction of 24m-wide roads in these sectors (58-118) isn’t taken soon.
According to Master Plan 2031, the 24m approach roads to projects are to be built by the developer/landowner in whose licensed area the road is proposed. However, in many cases, these roads never see light of day as one or more landowners refuse to part with their portions of land for roads.
Multiplicity of ownership causes a major problem in connectivity in new sectors. For instance, in Sector 62, the 24m approach road passes through projects of three developers. Since they are still being built, the developers have not worked on the 24m road, impacting connectivity to other projects in the area.
What is delaying development of sector roads in Gurgoan? Can the developers and state authorities work together for the sake of infrastructure building which would not only benefit those who have already bought into projects in these areas, but also attract new customers?