BENGALURU: Aliens Group a renowned name in Hyderabad’s real estate market has recently finalised a Rs 580 crore contract with Mumbai based New Consolidated Construction (NCCCL). The contract is to ensure the timely delivery of project as communicated to the clients.\r\n\r\nAliens Group iconic project Space Station has been given a boost by incorporating vendors from outside to complete the project on time to ensure the timely delivery. The developers have recently handed over 120 flats to its owners and would like to handover remaining flats in two phases. The company has also successfully shifted 100 buyers to phase one flats within the project, and in the process of sifting more owners with no extra cost.\r\n\r\nThe company has recently raised Rs 200 crore from Edelweiss to fasten the delivery process of the residential units within the project.\r\n\r\nHari Challa, MD, Aliens Group said, “This is a big step towards our commitments to the buyers who have invested with us. The company will be providing upgraded flats to our buyers which will be Rs. 800-1000 sq. ft. cheaper than the whole market in the present market scenario..”\r\n\r\nMahesh M, MD & CEO, NCCCL said, “ It\\\\\\\'s a great opportunity to create benchmark in Hyderabad’s market, we are also committed to the high standards we have set for our work and will ensure that we deliver quality work on time.”\r\n\r\n“Our company has also settled dispute with many of our previous buyers and have so far paid Rs.10 cr. to multiple buyers in last few months. We are also compensating our existing 1200+ customers for the past delay by giving them free enhancement, upgraded fitments and moving forward with positive mindset. The current market trend and new infrastructure developments around tellapur also suggests in favor of this move and new queries for property purchase have increase by manifolds for our luxury apartments.” added Naveen Mypala, Executive Director, Aliens group.\r\n\r\n https://realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/residential/aliens-group-awards-rs-580-crore-contract-to-ncccl/57534176'