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What is Gated Community?

Why it is so important in today’s context?

What is the benefit that one can reap out of it?

Why one has to pay 15% more when preferring a house in a Gated Community?

These are the apprehension that strikes the mind of everyone who inclines to invest on a House in a Gated Community. Of course, this is the basic rights of the buyers, who are prepared to invest a huge volume of their hardly earned money in Real Estate Industry, more particularly in Gated Community.

Let us understand the literal meaning of Gated Community and visualize the benefits out of it. Since we earmark as much as 35% of the land of the total extent of area exclusively for creating Common Amenities within the specified boundary and allocating provision for common area. The common amenities like Roads, Landscaped Gardens, Club House, Gymnasium, Amply Theater, Swimming pool, Children’s Play Area, STP & Security booths in addition to the house what we build is to create the residents an ambient, providing them a City feel in their own home. In order to make-up the cost involved in 35% of the land used for Common Amenities and Common Area, 15% more is charged in addition to the cost of the House.

Gated community is nothing but a form of Residential Community or Housing Estate, featuring with strictly-controlled entrances for pedestrians and automobiles and often characterized by a closed perimeter of Compound Walls and Fences. Gated communities are a type of common interest development and are distinct from intentional communities. Such communities attempt to provide security to the upper class as well as expatriates. Gated communities are spatially a type of enclave. In today’s context, Gated Community is highly preferred and valued dwelling space as it guards and provides the Residents a sense of security and protects them from encroachment and prowling.

It makes the Residents free from ill feeling, racism and classism. It indirectly promotes common interest, integrity, which are the essential qualities and are very much required among the citizens of our Nation.

Common Area that includes

The area earmarked to make provision for the following common area has not been included in the plinth area.

  • Head Room: We need a minimum of 2500mm of clear headroom above the pitch line on a domestic staircase to comply with building regulations.
  • Water Tank: Individual Water Tank for each unit with Brick & plastering work and covered with concrete slab.
  • Septic Tank: Individual Septic tank for each unit and all the units are connected to a common Septic Tank to avoid over flow.
  • Soak Pit: A Soak Pit for Kitchen Sink Drain Line, also known as a soak away or leach pit is a covered, porous-walled chamber that allows water to slowly soak into the ground. Pre-settled effluent from a Collection and Storage/Treatment or (Semi-) Centralized Treatment technology is discharged to the underground chamber from where it infiltrates into the surrounding soil.
  • Parapet Walls: Parapet is a wall barrier at the edge of a roof, terrace and balcony where extending above a roof, it may simply be the portion of an exterior wall that continues above the line of the roof surface.
  • Special Water Proofing Epoxy: also known as polyepoxide is a thermosetting polymer formed from reaction of an epoxide "resin" with polyamine "hardener". Epoxy has a wide range of applications, including fiber-reinforced plastic materials and general purpose adhesives.
  • Weathering coats: Traditional treatment of weathering coats will be executed at terrace floor surface.
  • Weathering tiles: Traditional Weathering tiles will be laid in terrace floor surface.
  • Individual Bore Well & Motor: Each unit will be carrying own Bore well and motor for their usage.
  • Paver block around the villas: An interlocking concrete paver is a pre-cast piece of concrete commonly used in exterior landscaping applications.
  • Landscaping in Front, rear side of villa and Balcony’s: Landscaping is a profession which involves manipulating the natural environment in an area to make it look a certain way.

Common Amenities that include:

  • Enhanced fortified Compound Wall.
  • It prevents the entry of animals and other anti social elements inside the campus.
    Without the notice of the Security system arranged.
  • Community Park with landscaped greens.
    It ensures healthy environment and also beautifies the surroundings.
  • Black top Roads
    It makes the movement and transportation very easy within the campus.
  • Illuminating Street Lights
    It helps the residents moving around in the nights.
  • Swimming Pool
    Swimming is the best exercise of all its kind. It helps the residents not only to take bath but also to swim and control the breathing system.
  • Well quipped Gymnasium
    It helps the residents to maintain and keep their physic healthy and fit.
  • Play ground for the wards of the Residents.
    It helps the Children to develop team spirit among the peers and makes them energetic and maintains their body and mind under control. It teaches them integrity, adoptability, adjustability and builds-up their understanding level.

The said common amenities create a healthy environment, especially among the Children to grow. The residents, the children in particular need not to go outside to enjoy such privileges without putting any extra effort, spending extra time and money. Hence the 15% amount is very scanty before the benefits that the Residents would enjoy out of the aforesaid facilities.