As Tangedco has finally started implementing its 2017 tariff order that mandates all multi-storeyed buildings across the State to pay for common area facilities as per commercial tariff as opposed to domestic tariff, residents have expressed their strong opposition to this move fearing a steep hike in their monthly maintenance charges.
Residents of multi-tenement residential complexes will be shelling out an extra Rs 50,000-Rs 60,000 as maintenance charges bi-monthly as Tangedco has brought back its old system of charging certain facilities such as gymnasium, swimming pool and community halls according to commercial tariff. Additionally, sewage treatment plants, reverse osmosis plants and fire safety systems come under this tariff range causing the ire of residents, especially along OMR. Read more
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