Gujarat HC Clears Path for Shilpalaya Co-operative Housing Society Redevelopment

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Gujarat HC Clears Path for Shilpalaya Co-operative Housing Society Redevelopment

| Updated: March 25, 2024 20:06

The Gujarat High Court has given the green light for the redevelopment of the Shilpalaya Co-operative Housing Society in Vasna. The court has ordered five dissenting members to vacate their residences, thereby enabling the majority’s decision for reconstruction to proceed.

Established in the mid-1980s, the Shilpalaya Co-operative Housing Society has been grappling with extensive damage since 2014. The society, which comprises 228 members, faced opposition from a mere five members. Following a notice from the AMC’s estate department in 2020, which called for the demolition of unsafe structures, the society sought the High Court’s intervention.

The dissenting members raised objections regarding the chosen developer and the redevelopment plan. Allegations surfaced suggesting that these objections were driven by illegal constructions. One of the dissenters, accused of operating an unauthorized shop within the premises, was reportedly seeking similar benefits in the redeveloped complex.

Justice V D Nanavati recognized the pressing need for redevelopment due to the deteriorating condition of the building. The judge endorsed the developer’s proposal, highlighting the benefits it would bring to all residents. Justice Nanavati ordered the dissenting members to vacate their residences within eight weeks to enable the redevelopment process to commence.

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