New Delhi: The wait seems to be finally over for the owners of the Commonwealth Games Village flats. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Friday decided to start issuing completion certificates for the flats at Commonwealth Games village.

Sources in the Lieutenant Governor’s office on Friday said, “Decision regarding the process of issuing completion certificates for CWG village flats was taken in a high level meeting.”

The Common Wealth Games Village has 34 towers with 1,168 flats.

DDA is soon going to start the legal proceedings, but the completion certificates will be issued one by one for different towers and this will make the process too long.

According to the sources, “Officials of DDA building department meet on Thursday at games village and a decision was taken regarding the work to be done for the completion certificates.”

A dispute between the DDA and builder Emaar-MGF started since the CWG games were organised in Delhi. This also delayed issuance of completion certificates.

Due to the dispute between the DDA and Emaar-MGF, the allotters have become the worst sufferers. After the dispute the owners moved to the Court.  After which Delhi High Court directed DDA to resolve the problem themselves.

Soon after the court’s direction the ministry of urban development called a meeting of both DDA and Emaar to resolve the matter.