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DDA Clears Land Pooling Policy

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) approved its 'land pooling' policy which promises to give an impetus to faster development in the Capital. The new policy allows owners to pool their land for development and instead of compensation, they will be given 40-60% of the developed land. The land pooling policy will have two categories — for land above 20 hectares and those between 3 and 20 hectares. For land measuring 20 hectares and above, owners will get 60% of the developed plot back and those between 3 and 20 hectares will get 40% land back, with rest of the area remaining with the DDA. The minimum area required to be pooled for this policy is 3 hectares.   Read More

DDA set to clear plan for housing projects in outer Delhi
The Delhi Development Authority is close to clearing a plan that could open up new areas in the city for housing projects. DDA's board of directors last week decided to take up final public suggestions on the move before it clears the proposal, probably in its next meeting. 

The move, which will finally have to be cleared by the Centre and involves amending the master plan 2021, is expected to boost residential real estate development in outer Delhi regions such as Kanjhawala, Najafgarh, Burari, Ghitroni and Bawana.   Read More
Massive development plans to get Delhi more than 10 lakh houses by 2021
If the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has its way, the national Capital will get more than 10 lakh houses by 2021, the year when the population in the metropolis will touch the 2.3 crore mark. The development body and the Ministry of Urban Development have come out with a magnificent solution - urban extension area on the outskirts of Delhi, which will see massive developmental projects.  Read More
L-G approves regulations, land pooling to be operational soon
The land pooling policy, which envisages voluntary assembly of land by land owners, will be implemented soon, with the Lt-Governor having approved regulations required for operationalising the policy.

"The regulations will be notified soon and will be put up on the DDA website for inviting objections and suggestions. The proposal includes creation of land pooling cell, posts and budget for administrative expenditure, declaration of 95 villages as development area and 88 villages as urban villages," a DDA official said.

The modalities for implementing enhanced FAR as contained in Master Plan Delhi-2021 were also approved. "The new regulations permits construction up to 17.5 metres as opposed to 15 metres with provision for stilt parking in the building," the official added.

Allotment of 60 oft the vacant flats available at Commonwealth Games Village to the Delhi government was also approved.   Read More