Delhi Development Authority (DDA), under MPD-2021, has identified areas in Delhi to be developed under PPP Model (Approved) by Ministry of Urban Development) for the construction of affordable housing. As per the Policy, Delhi has been divided in to 15 zones and all the lest out land of around 22,000 hectares in Delhi has to be converted into residential zone, most prominent of which is L-Zone comprising around 10,000 hectares of land (25,000 acres) in view of it's being adjacent to Dwarka, Gurgaon and IGI Airport, where DDA has already constructed urban Extension Road (UER-II) and planned Diplomatic Enclave, AIIMS II, International Golf Course, etc to name a few. CSSOS has launched Officers Enclave exclusively for Central/State/Semi-Govt. Officers/Official Professionals of repute.10-20% Professionals/ Business/Pvt Officials are also invited.
"Delhi will grow to almost twice its existing size from 82,300 hectares to 148,300 hectares."
With an ever-increasing population, Delhi has witnessed a rapid growth in urbanization. To sustain and keep pace with this tremendous growth, a regulating agency – DDA has unlocked land for urbanization in a controlled manner through the various master plans. The zones planned for development include J, L, N, PI and PII.
Not only the development in these zones would provide housing solution to individual buyers, investors and occupiers but at the same time, it is expected to provide a potential source of business for Developers, Funds and Financial Institutions, Contractors, Landlords (including Farmers) and other market constituents.
The MPD – 2021 brings about a crucial change wherein developer entity's role has been considered in the process of land acquisition and development in Delhi has been implemented by including the policy of Public – Private Partnership through land pooling policy envisaged under MPD – 2021.