Find Detail About DDA Land Pooling Projects And Its Policy

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DDA Land Pooling Projects will permit the fringes of the capital city to come up as the new economic zones, thus, decongesting the existing packed housing areas in the city. The Land Pooling Policy which will later transfer the part of the land back to the owners after undertaking the development activities.

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Find Detail About DDA Land Pooling Projects And Its Policy Delhi’s Land Pooling Policy is being cited as one of the game changing policy plan so far in the countrywide capital. Not just the land attainment the communications projects would also become simple to achieve with this policy as open new street of asset would open up. dda Land Pooling Projects will permit the fringes of the capital city to come up as the new economic zones thus decongesting the existing packed housing areas in the city. It is expected that as numerous as 25 lakh new reasonably priced homes could be build in these that would bring down the burden on the over populated localities of the countrywide capital.

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Land Pooling Policy signifies the land parcels owned by persons or group of persons being officially merge by transfer of ownership rights to the Land Pooling Policy which will later transfer the part of the land back to the owners after undertaking the development activities. For Delhi the land pooling agency is the Delhi Development power. The policy was notified along with the Master Plan. The policy aims to boost urban development in peri-urban areas with optimum utilisation of resources and build structures for both public and private employ. The policy was given by the urban development ministry go after by an approval to draft regulations. But the approval was pending at the Delhi Government as it demanded 10 of total land pooled to be used for constructing schools colleges and hospitals. Zones under the policy Delhi under the Master Plan 2021MPD 2021 is separated into 15 zones — Zone A to H and Zone J to P under MPD 2021. The land pooling policy aims to develop marginal areas that lie in Zone P1 P2 K1 K2 L and J. The recent approval of convening 95 villages as development zones have been divided into five zones — K-1 20 villages L 30 villages N 21 villages P II 23 villages and J 1 village. The main one of all is the DDA L-Zone spreading over an area of 22000 hectares.

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