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Amrapali CMD Anil Sharma to head CREDAI in National Capital Region

It was a power meet of sorts when real estate developers from across Delhi-NCR got together at a post-election press conference for the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI) NCR. The apex body has just elected its new office bearers for the next term (2013-2015). CREDAI NCR has picked Amrapali Group CMD Anil Sharma as its president for this term. He succeeds Pankaj Bajaj.

The three vice-presidents, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer were also elected. The new leadership now consists of Manu Garg, R C Gupta Gautam Bhalla as vice-presidents, Manish Agarwal as secretary,  Pankaj Goel as joint secretary and Ajay Singal as treasurer.

The new team spoke about the tasks ahead in the real estate business, chalking out plans for a new order. They vowed to take the mandate of the body proactively, assuring that all pit-falls of the business would be dealt with immediately and efficiently. The newly elected governing body, chaired by Sharma, laid out its road-map, priorities and challenges before the Governing Council.

‘Despite bottlenecks and challenges, the Delhi-NCR property market has experienced an upward trend. We will strive to keep this going,’ assured Sharma. ‘For customers, we will continue to be committed towards transparency and certainly be proactive in addressing their grievances and expectations. They will get to see more affordable housing projects in the near future.’

The team also includes nominated members to the Governing Council Board: Pankaj Bajaj (immediate past president), Rohit Raj Modi (immediate past secretary), Getamber Anand, Sanjeev Srivastva, Prashant Solomon, Manoj Gaur, Vishal Gupta, Rajeev Talwar, Pranav Ansal, Pradeep Jain, K.K. Goel, Shri Kamal Taneja and Sunil Goel.

The new board took questions from real estate heads present at the conference about the problems faced by agents from independant builders and brokers. Those gathered at the event expressed concern about about interference from independent bodies and underhand businesses, involving brokers and builders which malign the over-all functioning. Demands were made to blacklist certain builders who do not follow the real estate mandate that is laid down by the likes of CREDAI. While the board acknowleged the issues from the floor, it also admitted issues that made matters like blacklisting problematic. However, assurances were made from their end to solve problems in the most effective way possible.
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