Thursday, February 28, 2013


Here is the layout plan as presented to the intending allottees of Sector-86, Gurgaon project, which has been christened "Cosmocourt-86" by Era Landmarks (I) Ltd. As the allotment process continues, it reminds of what happened in 2007 with "Redwood Residency" Sec-78, Faridabad, Allottees.

You will not find much difference, same deliberate mis-representation of facts. Closer inspection of the Redwood Residency layout plan as provided in the brochure:-
it can be seen too clearly that  Era has indexed/put legends at most places around the project and has clearly not put any legend on the large track of land (Central area around which all other towers are shown) which is shown in the same tone of green as other areas which have indeed been marked as 8 ( landscaped area). The allottees of this project later were shocked to find that this large piece of land does not belong to this project. Era should have marked area which was not forming the part of the project as "OTHERS LAND", that would have given the true picture of the project into which the intending allottee was going to get allotment. But that is the way ERA operates, make a big Difference, doesn't it.
Now when we see the "Cosmocourt-86" Plan, it is evidently clear that many areas have been left un-indexed, though they have the same green color coding, to give allottees the same visual delight of the project having ample green areas and of future life mist nature. The area shown as green infornt of Block G & B are two examples, across both towers a considerable area is shown without any legends to show for sure, what these areas are meant to be. I would therefore request the intending allottees to kindly get all facts and critical information before you take allotment of your valuable apartments from Era.


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