What to do when you don’t have an RWA7 min read 28 Jan 2016, 07:46 PM IST
Residents of a housing society or its developer can initiate formation of a residents' welfare association
Aura is a residential project by Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Ltd on Dwarka Expressway, which falls roughly between Gurgaon and Dwarka (on periphery of New Delhi). According to the developer, the project has a total of 799 units. Phases 1 and 2 have been handed over, possession of phases 3 and 4 are on, and occupation certificate of phase 5 is expected in a couple of months. Over 450 owners have taken possession of their houses. But they do not have a residents’ welfare association (RWA). This, say many residents and house owners, is preventing them from taking up issues with the developer in a cohesive manner.