Delhi: Over 9,700 applications for 1,350 DDA flats on sale – ET RealEstate

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has received as many as 9,714 applications and payments from 2,955 applicants until Friday for Housing Scheme – 2021 offering 1,350 flats, a senior official told IANS.

The official said that a total of 49,416 applicants have registered under the scheme.

“The response to the scheme is great. We have received almost double the number of applications in each category of flats. This response is an indication that all the flats being offered will be sold,” official said.

Under its new housing scheme, the DDA is offering flats in Dwarka, Jasola, Manglapuri, Rohini and Vasant Kunj.

As per the information, a total of 254 HIG (Higher Income Group) are on offer out of which majority are located in Jasola.

Pocket 9B flats in HIG category are available in the price range of Rs 1.97 crore to Rs 2.14 crore while 13 flats are on sale in Vasant Kunj in the price range of Rs 1.43 crore to Rs 1.72 crore.

As many as 352 MIG (Middle Income Group) flats located in Dwarka Sector 19-B, 348 in Dwarka Sector 16, and four in Vasant Kunj are on sale under the scheme while as many as 276 EWS flats in Dwarka’s Manglapuri area are being offered.

“Of the 2,955 applicants who have paid up the booking amount, 659 have paid the amount for the EWS category, 444 for the LIG category and 1,852 for the MIG and HIG category. Most flats are likely to be completed by March 31, 2021, except flats in Dwarka, Sector 16B which are likely to be completed by September 30, 2021,” official added.

Applications will remain active until February 16, 2021.



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Expeditiously allot flats to people living in identified JJ clusters: Delhi CM – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday directed officials to “expeditiously” allot flats to people living in the city’s identified JJ (jhuggi jhopri) clusters. The chief minister chaired a meeting to review the status of the ongoing JJ cluster rehabilitation plan under Mukhyamantri Awas Yojana.

Urban Development Minister Satyendar Jain also attended the meeting.

“We have to provide shelter to every poor in Delhi. The project should be completed within its due timeline,” Kejriwal said.

A total of 9,315 house inventories is in a ready-to-move condition for 14 identified JJ clusters. Apart from these, 28,910 are being constructed for 73 identified JJ clusters, said a Delhi government statement.

The chief minister instructed officials to expeditiously allot the flats that have been constructed for the economically weaker section and slum dwellers.

He said all obstacles in the allotment of land required for the construction of these flats should be removed, the statement said.

Officials of the Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) said out of the 9,315 ready-to-move in houses, 7,400 are in Bhalswa Jahangirpuri area for seven identified JJ clusters, 1,060 are in Sultanpuri area for four such clusters and 855 are in Bawana area for three identified JJ clusters.

In the meetings held earlier, it was decided that the construction project will be held in two phases and the EWS flats will be constructed on the vacant land of DUSIB.

A total of 89,400 houses will be constructed in three phases.

In the first phase, 41,400 houses will be built by the year 2022 while in the second phase, 18,000 houses will be constructed.

In the third phase, 30,000 EWS houses will be constructed across Delhi.

The houses will be multi-storeyed and five separate tenders will be called each in a lot of 8,000 houses. The time frame for the construction of houses in the first phase is 24 months, with a construction cost of Rs 3.312 Crores for 41400 flats at Rs 8 Lakh per flat, the statement added.



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DDA allots parking spaces to 1,214 flat owners under 2019 housing scheme – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: The DDA allotted on Wednesday free parking spaces across three categories to owners of 1,214 flats in Vasant Kunj under the 2019 housing scheme by conducting a draw of lots, officials said. The draw of lots was held at the Vikas Sadan, headquarters of the Delhi Development Authority.

“Allotment of parking spaces wasn’t done at the time of allotment of flats for the 2019 scheme. Therefore, it was done today,” an official said, adding that 1,267 parking lots were up for grabs.

The draw of lots for allotment of nearly 18,000 flats on offer under the scheme was held in July 2019.

“The draw was conducted today and 1,214 applicants were allotted parking spaces, under three categories — stilt, basement and open,” the official said.

These applicants possessed flats in three categories — 416 in high-income group (HIG), 579 in middle-income group (MIG) and 219 in low-income group (LIG), he said.

“The allotment of parking spaces was free of cost as it included for Vasant Kunj flats under Housing Scheme 2019. Also, for 2021 Housing Scheme launched in January, parking will be allotted along with allotment of flats,” the official said.

Sixty applicants belonged to physically-challenged category, the official said.

The DDA Housing Scheme 2019 had offered flats under four categories — 488 (HIG), 1,555 (MIG), 8,383 (LIG) and 7,496 (EWS) — in Vasant Kunj and Narela area.



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Delhi: Rs 10-lakh development incentive to RWAs for segregating waste – ET RealEstate

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NEW DELHI: To motivate residents segregate household waste, South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has proposed to spend up to Rs 10 lakh for development work in areas where residents welfare associations (RWAs) are doing 100% segregation as per the solid waste management norms.

The standing committee chairman, Rajdutt Gahlot, has proposed allocation of Rs 5 crore in the 2021-22 budget for the project

“Though it needs the House’s nod before implementation, such projects are important to motivate people and automatically help in improving our Swachhta ranking,” he said. To identify such RWAs, SDMC plans to collect daily reports from the concessionaire picking door-to-door waste, Gahlot added.

“The proposal includes incentivising RWAs in residential areas, group housing societies and even DDA pockets. We will do only those tasks demanded by an RWA and no fund or cash will be transferred,” he said.

SDMC has also been felicitating RWAs doing good segregation work under the Swachh Survekshan campaign. Last year, SDMC had ranked 31 out of 47 cities.

Segregating household waste is eco-friendly behavior because it helps in recycling. Allocating money to RWAs already engaged in this practice will further encourage them and perhaps nudge those who aren’t already doing it to adopt the practice. Municipal bodies should spend more money in promoting such positive endeavours.TimesView

“Felicitating RWAs through competitions is part of the campaign and persuades others to contribute in keeping their area neat and clean,” said an official. For example, the RWA of Sector 7 Dwarka has got a small cash prize for arranging segregation of even biomedical waste generated at households.

The environment management services department said the segregation was made compulsory two years ago but the compliance had been comparatively low. “We have selected 58 wards to ensure 100% segregation and processing of waste. So far, 60-70% people are contributing to the cause,’ said an official.



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