With a purpose to provide the basic need of housing in Delhi, DDA presented its idea of land pooling policy as vide S.O. 5220(E) on 11th of October 2018 and S.O. 5384(E) on 24th of October 2018 for launching the mass housing scheme. The Delhi Cooperative Housing Scheme is basically an independent authority that provides the financing to build Delhi Housing Society and provide to the homebuyers. Due to this notification, the role of DDA got replaced by the new land pooling policy. Earlier, part of the DDA was as the agency leader to acquire land scales of the land but when the new land pooling policy came in, the role of DDA got over.
One of the benefits of the Land Pooling Policy is that it gives the authority to the society to purchase their lands from the farmers directly for developing the residential zone, also the multiple and single plots are being allotted to DDA based on the equal sector-wise.
Hereby, to take advantages of the chances of land pooling policy, many societies are initially obtaining the lands in the zones of DDA like in P-II Zone which comes in North Delhi and in L Zone which comes in the South West Delhi. Along with this, A land assembly has been introduced in both the zones so that the members would be able to know the low-cost housing on no profit-no loss basis in terms of the housing units. Some of the members are already enrolled in the societies from a variety of sectors like Railways, CSC, PSU's, IOCL and more.
The whole land has been registered through the online portal which was launched by the DDA some time ago. The last date of registration finally got decided by DDA. In the time period of 6 months starting from 6th February 2019 to 6th of August 2019, many lands have been submitted by the farmers and landowners. Before there was a delay to implement the MPD 2021, but now it has finally decided to start and renew the policies.
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