How Can BPTP Give My Flat by Dec 2019 if Construction is Delayed?

One visit to Park Spacio is enough for us to know that construction is nowhere close to complete.

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We are a group of homebuyers who had in July 2019 reported to The Quint’s My Report the status of BPTP’s ‘Park Spacio’ project located in Sector-37, Gurugram. Despite a 10-year delay and numerous false commitments and requests later, BPTP assured us that we’d be given possession of our flats in December 2019.

Unfortunately, one visit to ‘Park Spacio’ is enough for us to know that construction is nowhere close to complete. With just a month to the deadline, we are left hopeless once again.

In 2010, at the time of booking the flat, we were assured that the project will be completed within 36 months, with 6 months’ grace period, and would be delivered latest by March 2014.


Construction is ongoing in other projects around Park Spacio but we are still waiting, helpless. Unfortunately, with construction at a halt, our meetings with the builder post-July do not seem to be bearing any fruit.

“They (BPTP) delay possession after every six months. Even construction work is gets halted.”
Ajeet, Homebuyer

We spoke to Mr Tripathi, the BPTP director and he made a commitment to deliver the flats by December 2019. The VP of Sales and Marketing, Mr Rohit Mohan, told us the same. However, if you look at the condition of the site, it's in no state to be finished or delivered. The site and its condition been like this for the last two years. There has been no change. A fellow homeowner Sourabh Sharma, feels the same.

“Since the last one a half years, we’re seeing construction work happening but there is no improvement. There is material lying everywhere, I cannot see any labour at the site. Given this state, I wonder if my dream of having a home in Gurugram and shifting here will ever come true.”

Shifting into our dream home has indeed been left a dream.

Many of us had planned for these flats to be homes for our families. I’d thought of getting my daughter admitted to a school nearby but since the last three years all we’ve only been given false commitments. “Possession will be given in 6 months, then 2 months, eventually 3 months,” are statements we are tired of hearing.

Where there was supposed to be a common area, a kitchen, or a lobby, there’s rubble instead.

“I feel like I’ve made the biggest mistake by buying a flat in BPTP Park Spacio. The project is in shambles and the BPTP marketing head is only delaying the possession further. He says they are doing it. Earlier they didn’t have funds, now they have funds but don’t want to deliver.”
Sourabh Sharma

BPTP’s Firm on December Deadline

The Quint spoke to Rohit Mohan, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at BPTP regarding the status of the project, who said,

“The project is very much on track and we are confident we would be able to adhere to the timelines shared with all our customers.”

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