Spectrum Metro gets clearance from National Green Tribunal

Spectrum Metro, a high street retail development in Sector 75 gets a green signal from NGT. The project is in the advanced stage of construction and is being carried out in accordance with the Environment Clearance.

The application for Environment Clearance was duly made on 11.02.2018. After following due procedure, EC was granted on 11.06.2018.

On 8.10.2018, the Tribunal asked for a report from the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA), to which it stated that the construction of the project was completed in the end of 2017 before filing an application on Environment Clearance. In affect to the statement, a compliance report has been furnished recently by email on 22.12.2018 presenting that the project had yet not been completed.

The project is centrally located with excellent social and civic infrastructure and is expected to cater to a footfall of almost 8 lakh people with over 100 plus international brands present. The entire project is a green building development conforming to cost-saving parameters and energy efficient elements and will have a total saleable area of approximately 1.2 mn sq. ft.

Sagar Saxena, Project Head, Spectrum Metro, “We have been working as per the guidelines of NGT and the project is already in advanced stage of construction. Also, we are strictly following the orders for Pollution control and are working in accordance to it. The project is being designed keeping all the major aspects in mind.”