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Many Condominiums “Fall Backwards” Because There Is No Separate Path
Date: 21-09-2017 | 09:45
Due to the conflicts related to the entrance of the apartment block, people in some apartment buildings in Hanoi have marched, raised the banner to protest and demand the right from the investor.
In many apartment buildings in Hanoi, investors and people are in the scene “rice is not healthy, soup is not sweet enough” because long-term pressing is not resolved. One of the “hot spots” leading to the current conflict lies in the entryway.
The Home City project (Cau Giay, Hanoi) is invested by Van Phu – Trung Kinh One Member Limited Liability Company, a subsidiary of Van Phu Invest. The project was started in early 2014 including 4 buildings with 1212 apartments. Currently, the project is completed and handed over to customers in the 4th quarter of 2016.
By the end of March, hundreds of cars parked on Trung Kinh street (Cau Giay, Hanoi), causing the street jam to be prolonged. According to the residents here, the investor blocked the entrance to the apartment at 177 Trung Kinh, causing difficulties in traveling for thousands of residents living there.
Residents of Home City strained the banner against investors “hanging goats, selling dog meat.”
Earlier, in early March, households also raised the banner asking investors to open 177 Trung Kinh passage for the people, instead of forcing people to take the temporary way to Nguyen Chanh Street.
The reporters are aware that the owner has dimmed information when selling housing. Mr. Quoc Viet, residents of apartment V5-1510 said that when buying the project, the households were informed by the investor that the road to the project was located at 177 Trung Kinh. However, after moving in, the passage was blocked, only for pedestrians.
Instead, people had to take the temporary road to Nguyen Chanh and waited for the planned road connecting Mac Thai Tong and Mac Thai To that they do not know when to deploy.
In the face of the urgencies of the people, the leader of Yen Hoa ward has asked the investor to quickly answer the question satisfactorily for the people. At the investor’s talk and hundreds of Home City residents held on April 5th, Mr. Le Dang Minh, Director of Van Phu – Trung Kinh Investment One Member Limited Liability Company, apologized to the people about the delay in organizing dialogue with residents around the sloppy of the project from the Lunar New Year until now.
At the dialogue, people have mentioned inconvenient roads to Nguyen Chanh, especially traffic safety. Representative of Van Phu – Trung Kinh said that in 2014, the People’s Committee of Hanoi has approved the investment project of this unit called “High-rise residential area combined with trade centers, offices for rent and primary school at 177 Trung Kinh” at 51 Trung Kinh Street, Yen Hoa Ward, Cau Giay district, Hanoi.
Many people come to the dialogue with the owner.
Investor’s representative said: The project includes the housing and primary school located on 117 Trung Kinh land. This is different from the understanding of people that the apartment is located at 177 Trung Kinh.
Disagreement with the investors, many Home City residents questioned, investors could still use the 177 Central Glass entrance to their headquarters, why residents could not use. After many discussions between the two parties, Le Dang Minh has temporarily accepted the proposal to open a 177 Trung Kinh passage for the motorbike into and out of the apartment building until the construction of the 21 m planning road finished.
However, the 21 m wide road to the west of the project – the main entrance of the project still has to wait for agreement and approval by city leaders. In the immediate future, residents going by cars still have to go home by Nguyen Chanh temporary Street.
Also remember that in late 2015, the residents of Sky City apartment building (88 Lang Ha, Hanoi) were also disgruntled by a series of mistakes by the investor, including the owner of this project reclaiming 2/3 of the area of the passage to Lang Ha Street of the people, the remaining aisle is only 3.5 m wide, not secure fire protection.
Only when people protested harshly, the management and investor dialogue, the investor agreed to “keep intact” the exit for the people in this apartment.
Sky City Apartment 88 Lang Ha also has disputes related to the entrance.
Talking to reporters on afternoon April 7th, representative of the building management said that the wrong handling of the owner is still “taking no action”. At the end of March, the inspection team of the Department of Construction came to work but could not show the direction of treatment, only to require the investor and management to report the situation as well as propose solutions.
According to Mr. Tran Viet Bach, director of a company specializing in apartment building management in Hanoi, disputes in apartment are very complicated and often appear right in licensing and approving projects phase rather than in the process so it is difficult to handle later.
“Circular 02 issued by the Ministry of Construction has made many signs of progress in apartment management but has not dealt with the contradictions arising before” Mr. Bach said.