Delhi Land Pooling Policy | 17 Lakh Houses Construction In Delhi

Delhi Land Pooling Policy

Delhi Land Pooling Policy –  Dear Friend The Lt. Governor Of Delhi Mr. Anil Baijal has finally approved the Land Pooling Policy after a long time unnecessary delay. In the board meeting of Delhi Development Authority (DDA),   Mr. Anil Baijaland  Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) have finally initiated the process for pooling land from 95 villages for development.  these villages had been notified as “urban areas” and declared “development areas”. Under this plan, the way to construct 17 lakh new houses in Delhi has been cleared. Out of these, five lakh houses will be of the EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category. Although the FAR (floor area ratio) is kept 400 instead of 200 due to which the plan to make 25 Lakh cheap houses will not be complete anymore.

Delhi Land Pooling Policy

Under the land pooling policy, agencies will develop infrastructure like roads, schools, hospitals, community centres and stadia on part of the pooled land, and return a portion of the plot to farmers who can later execute housing projects with the help of private builders.

The Main Aim to approved this  plan is to provide affordable homes in Delhi. It is being claimed that this will make economic, social and infrastructure growth faster in Delhi. This will provide another way to millions of farmers of Delhi to invest. At the same time, unauthorized colonies increasingly growing in Delhi will also be stopped.

Delhi Land Pooling Policy


initially, the land pooled under the strategy was to be moved to the DDA, which would go about as the engineer substance and attempt further sectoral arranging and advancement of framework on the land pooled.

Landowners having place that is known for any size can partake under the land pooling strategy. Be that as it may, the base zone to be taken up for advancement would be two hectares. A Developer Entity (DE)/individual can take an interest in the plan by pooling land bundles secured under a division according to the Zonal Development Plan, the DDA said.

“With 200 FAR, Delhi will get 17 lakh abiding units to house 76 lakh people. So as to advance moderate and comprehensive lodging, 15 percent far beyond the reasonable FAR has additionally been took into account EWS/reasonable lodging,” it said

Differential land return in two classifications has been supplanted with uniform division of land on 60:40 premise in the changed arrangement, in this way profiting little landholders or ranchers

In any case, DDA’s previous arranging chief, RG Gupta, says that before the plot gets conceivable, the school, landfill site, emergency clinic, streets and so forth will be stamped before if the approach is progressively helpful, else it will likewise build the weight on Delhi. Coordinated Sector Based Planning has been embraced to give better arranging and framework. “One area will be in 250 to 300 hectares of land. It ought to likewise be 70 percent of the land together, ‘FAR 200 has been kept in perspective on the water circumstance. Due to having a twofold pipeline, the water necessities will be satisfied, the house will be of the EWS classification.

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