Land Pooling in Delhi is optimized now as the DDA will act as originators, and the transfer of lands to the DDA is not mandatory anymore. The authorities are implementing single window sanction systems for streamlined operations. In this article, you will know about some of the best measures taken by New Delhi Awas Vikas for better Land Pooling.
Projection of the authority towards Land Pooling Policy
DDA is working on profitably organizing the guidelines within a month. They are starting with service and spatial preparation, after which Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, HUA Minister, and LG, Delhi discuss the Land Pooling Policy in detail.
The Delhi Land Pooling Policy is triggered to meet the needs of the growing population for its housing. The Land Pooling idea in Delhi is not only going to fulfill the housing needs of the people but also contribute towards the economic development of the country.
The idea is expected to grow further with positive impacts as Delhi Development Authority will act as planner and organizer of the latest Land Pooling Policy. Minister of housing, Shri Hardeep Singh Puri and Lt. Governor of New Delhi, Shri Anil Baijal, proposed a plan of adding individual variations to the existing policy.
The Land pooling policy with the New Delhi Awas Yojna will cover the five Greenfield zones P-II, N, L, K-1, and J. These zones fall under the master plan-2021 for New Delhi. The Land pooling policy is expected to bring prosperity to the city of New Delhi, and people are eyeing towards it with positive hope.