Do not allow builder floors
By making residential plots freehold there would be a good chance to allow sales of individual floors.
As it is, there is a huge parking problems within the sectors. With families owning two to four, or more vehicles. Now by selling floors you can imagine the number of cars getting parked in houses, on sector roads and the chaos that would cause.
We have examples from Delhi where there are daily fights and rages for parking space. Societies are different as they already provide for adequate parking space. more
Yes that's correct that the builder floor should not be allowed because then Noida will also become congested like Delhi Firstly the owners of all residential kothis should be asked to show the required parking space. In most of the plotted kothis area parking is the major problem.In delhi also as per the latest rules the groud floor of kothis has to be left for parking.In the new sectors of Noida the same rule is applied but what about the old sectors where the provision for parking at the ground floor was not done.So first the authorities should do a servay of all the sectors then fix the parking problem and after that the decision for freehold should be taken.We want Noida to be a beautiful city. more
Mr Nalin Kishore suggestion is practical and should be tried. Many people bye car as a pristige irespective of the fact they have no parking place and no money to maintain the car. It is just kept parked on the narrow lanes or roads. To control the traffic and car parking Singapore type of model could be followed in all metro cities. more
Rajiv ji is quite right. Mere inspection will not help as a car buyer can show the same every time. Then what about the existing cars. Please about in sectors on 9 meter roads and see how difficult it is at present to navigate. And then imagine the future more
The real problem is that people do not parking space and still they keep on buying vehicles. Commercial vehicle owners of taxis, 3-wheelers, trucks and buses are greatest violators and unauthorisedly park their vehicle on road sideThis leads to indiscriminate parking on roads and other places. In many countries including Japan (since 1978) vehicles will not be registered in the vehicle purchasersâ name till they give certificate from the landlord or Municipal authority to the effect that the purchaser has adequate and earmarked parking space. Further one has to pay Inspection fee of Japanese Yen 10,000 for verification of the parking space by Police. This has prevented unauthorised road side parking and chaos on the roads.India must enforce this with immediate effect. Those exiting owners who do not have their own parking space within the campus of their houses or buildings, may park their vehicles in licenced private paid parkings. This will be economically feasible and will solve the problem.
R R Singh
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On 30-Nov-2018, at 15:41, Nalin Kishore <firstname.lastname@example.org@localcirclesmail.com>> wrote: more
We need to find solutions rather than going overboard. Parking problems can be resolved if encroachments along boundary walls, wirefence enclosures, ramps at the gates and other hindrances are removed. People cannot be restricted from buying cars and bikes, they are becoming necessities of city life. How does increase in parking charges generate parking space, can anyone explain, it only makes life more miserable for car owners.
Covering of drains with properly designed cover slabs and relocating trees where necessary can create a lot of parking spaces. People also need to keep cool and be accommodative. more