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NBCC to examine if building norms adhered to in Supertechs Emerald Court Lead PSU NEWS

 

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked public sector undertaking NBCC to examine whether the distance between two disputed building towers at realty major Supertech's Emerald Court Complex in Greater Noida was in accordance with building regulations.
 
The bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman gave NBCC four weeks' time to examine the distance between the two 40-storey towers, which have been held illegal for not complying with building regulations and directed to be demolished by the Allahabad High Court.
 
The Supreme Court had on May 5, 2014, ordered status quo thereby putting on hold the demolition. The apex court decided to ask the NBCC to verify the distance between two towers after it perused several suggestion given to it by the Supertech and Emerald Court Owners Resident Welfare Association to be looked into by the central agency. Webindia123


Posted Date :  28-07-16

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