Searching to buy a flat at Dwarka Lzone, Iramya Heights the best real estate developing company. Put your trust to buy a property. www.iramya.com
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
DDA Approvals Land Pooling Policy on Regulation to Operationalize
DDA land pooling policy is a bonanza, as the authority in the next few years is set to unleash 20 lakhs
units of residential to come up in L-Zone in Delhi. The housing plan will take place on 24,000 hectares of
land with world-class infrastructure. A consultant will oversee the development of the infrastructural
said by a senior official and others will take care in the requirement facilities on the road and transport.
To prohibit the plan of creating a housing pocket in the city by the private developing estates and the
sale of lands without the consent of ownerâ€™s. The land pooling policy has been developed gradually
based on the principles, equality and participation in urban growth, though the land falls in the green or
road or any other areas wherever the land policy will be applicable.
According to the DDA, this step will be the proved as the real development in the capital region of Delhi
and on the line of Noida, Gurgaon and Faridabad. The construction of the five to six lakhs new
residential units will continue till 15 years. The Delhi Development Authority also plans to give the basic
facilities like water, health, sewerage, education and other amenities. The remaining portion of land will
give back to the original owners for the development.
As per the DDA officials the authority to reserve land at many areas, including the J, K, L, N, P1, PII for
development. The master plan projection estimated the residence for the 23 million people is nearly 24
lakhs residential units by 2021. DDA has acquired nearly 75,609.84 hectares of land in the last 50 years
and succeeded to develop it as the residential, institutional and commercial purpose. Now the authority
with better and holistic planning intends to set a new record and provide more and more amenities for