In Sector-19 of Dwarka of Delhi area, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) plans to construct 1,240 high income group (HIG) flats. Tenders for the project are expected to be received by February and work will begin by March, officials said. An official of DDA said that these flats will have better finishing than any HIG housing project taken up by DDA so far.
Delhi Development Authority (DDA), which proposes to set up three five more sub-cities, is working on a new 'land pooling' policy and it has suggested three different models on which the policy can be based. The suggestion was made by the authority to the union urban ministry at a recent meeting. It may be noted that the authority developed three sub-cities to date
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) cleared land pooling policy in order to give fillip to the residential projects in the city. The policy is expected to address housing problems, particularly for the economically weaker sections. Before notifying the policy, the authority would invite suggestions and objections. Presently, DDA acquires land directly from farmers or land holders. Lack of ad
By the end of June 2013, the Delhi government hopes to allocate at least 7,000 houses meant for economically weaker sections (EWS) out of the around 14,000 flats built over five years ago. These flats were built over five years ago and still remain unused because of non-allocation. However, with the assembly election round the corner, the state government has expedited the allocation
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) proposed 25 modifications in the Delhi Master Plan (MPD) 2021 to the Urban Development Ministry for final notification and it is also processing another 64 modifications. The authority intends to finalise the plan by the end of this year by making at least 100 modifications, reports indic
Delhi High Court set up a committee to identify and study feasibility of land, environment clearance and methodology of land acquisition for the disposal of municipal solid waste. The move by the court comes after the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) failed to find an alternative site for the purpose. The committee would comprise senior officers of the land owning agency DDA, trifurcated civic agencies (MCD