Delhi development body to conduct mini-draw for surrendered flats – ET RealEstate

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NEW DELHI: Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is planning to conduct a ‘mini-draw’ in July for those who had applied for a flat under the Housing Scheme 2021, but were kept in the wait list.

According to sources, out of the 1,354 flats offered in the scheme, nearly 300 flats have been surrendered by the original allottees, which would now be allotted to those in the wait list.

The DDA Housing Scheme 2021 was launched from January 2, to February 16, 2021, which saw 22,752 applications for the 1,354 flats on offer.

The draw of lots for the scheme was held on March 10 and the details of waitlisted applicants were uploaded on the DDA website.

The authority has now requested all the wait-listed applicants to deposit a registration amount as per their preferences in the application form of DDA Housing Scheme 2021 by June 30 through the DDA website.

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DDA receives over 50,000 applications for housing scheme – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: Delhi Development Authority’s Housing Scheme 2021 has received booking amounts from more than 2,200 home seekers in the higher income group and middle income group category, where over 1,000 flats are on offer, according to data provided by a DDA official.

The authority received 53,316 applications by Wednesday afternoon, of which 11,157 had submitted full details and 3,620 had paid the booking amount.

The cost of the 1,354 flats on offer across Jasola, Dwarka, Vasant Kunj and Rohini range from Rs 40.6 lakh to Rs 2.1 crore.

The DDA expects the number to double by February 16, the last date to submit applications, with the draw of lots expected in the first week of March.

“Of the 3,620 home seekers who have already paid the booking amount, 2,269 are for HIG and MIG. The scheme offers 254 HIG flats with prices ranging between Rs 69.6 lakh and Rs. 2.1 crore and 757 two-bedroom MIG flats priced between Rs. 40.6 lakh and Rs. 1.4 crore,” said a DDA official.

The scheme launched on January 2 is linked to the “Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme” under “Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Housing for All (Urban)”.

There are 52 lower income group flats on offer, priced from Rs 17.7 lakh to Rs 35.5 lakh, apart from 291 flats for the economically weaker sections. DDA received payment from 802 aspirants in the EWS category and 531 in the LIG category.

“We expect the number to increase as people like to pay when the last date is near. Across categories, the response has been encouraging,” the official said.

The scheme has been launched completely through online mode. Applicants can complete all the formalities for application, payment and possession online and have to visit the DDA office only to process the deed.

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DDA approves new housing scheme in 2021 with nearly 1,200 flats – ET RealEstate

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NEW DELHI: The highest decision-making body of the DDA on Wednesday gave its nod to the new online housing scheme of the urban body that is planned to be launched next year, officials said. About 1,210 flats will be on offer under the scheme for various category of flats at locations such as Dwarka, Jasola, Manglapuri and Vasant Kunj, they said.

The scheme will be completely online through newly-developed AWAAS software of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) from processing of application to possession of flats, a senior official said.

The decision was taken during an online meeting of the authority, chaired by Delhi Lt Governor and DDA Chairman Anil Baijal on Tuesday.

“The new year will bring good news for the home buyers as the authority has approved launching of the DDA Online Housing Scheme 2021,” the DDA said in a statement.

The applicant will have to visit the DDA only for the purpose of execution deed. It was further decided “not to have Preferential Location Charges for DDA flats”, as decided earlier, it said.

“The DDA has approved for placing the residential plots for group housing to e-auction which previously was being allotted to registered cooperative housing societies on the recommendation of RCS,” it added.

This will enable individuals (body of persons, firms, or companies), private developers to participate in a competitive manner resulting in good quality of residential flats.

In addition, 15 per cent EWS component as per provisions of Master Plan of Delhi 2021 is mandatory to be provided for people of EWS category or community service personnel in line with the government of India’s initiative of Housing for All, the statement said.

The meeting was also attended by DDA Vice Chairman Anurag Jain, and other members of the Authority, including Vijender Gupta, Somnath Bharti, O P Sharma and Dilip Kumar Pandey, the urban body said.

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Pay 1-3% extra for choice of flat in Delhi development authority localities – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: Landing a Delhi Development Authority (DDA) flat is nothing less than winning a lottery, more so if you get a flat in an area of your choice. While applicants can mark three preferred locations, they cannot pick a particular one. DDA’s Housing Scheme 2020, however, could be a first in this regard.

Sources said DDA plans to launch its latest housing scheme in December. On offer would be nearly 1,000 flats for high and middle-income groups. For the first time, applicants would be able to opt for a flat on a floor of their choice, corner location or facing green areas or the main road. If the applicants manage to get such a flat in the housing scheme’s draw of lots, they would have to pay extra for the location.

In a meeting held through videoconferencing and chaired by LG Anil Baijal on Tuesday, it was decided to allow applicants to opt for flats of their choice. “DDA has taken the decision to give applicants this option on modest preferential location charges. This will be based on the unit’s floor, corner, facing green area or the main road. No such charges will be levied for allotment of ground or preferred floor to persons with disabilities,” a DDA spokesperson said.

According to sources, those opting for a ground floor flat would have to pay an extra 3% of the total cost, flats on the first floor or facing green areas would cost 2.5% more, while 1.5% extra would be levied for a second floor flat.

DDA also took a decision for making Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana financially viable and feasible, ensuring that in situ slum redevelopment projects were developed in a shorter period.

“Master Plan of Delhi 2021 provides for a minimum 60% residential component of the land area for rehabilitation of squatters and maximum area for remunerative use to be 40%,” said the spokesperson, adding that the remunerative component could only be developed as per the land use and Floor Area Ratio (FAR) permissible under that category.

The official said, “The approved proposal shall allow a maximum FAR of 300 on the remunerative component with a flexible mix of uses irrespective of the land use of the said pocket. This will pave the way for development of slum clusters and help in achieving the goal of Housing for All in Delhi.”

The approved proposal will now be sent to Union ministry of housing and urban affairs for final notification.

The authority also approved the change of land use of an area measuring 8,094 square metres at Integrated Freight Complex, Ghazipur from commercial to utility to facilitate setting up of a waste processing plant to be built by South Delhi Municipal Corporation. DDA also gave its nod to auction of group housing plots to ensure more transparency in the process.

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