The Cabinet have finally approved the transfer of 35 hectares of land so that the urban development ministry can set up a new diplomatic center. It would prove useful to accommodate international organizations and foreign missions. The sensitive area of Delhi is Chanakyapuri. The plotting and the land allocation would be done by the external affairs ministry. The new diplomatic center that is about to come up in Sector 24 Dwarka would be one-tenth of the size of Chanakyapuri sensitive area. According to the opinion of internal sources, the Delhi Master Plan has marked this piece of land for setting up foreign enclaves and embassies. The Land Pooling Policy of Delhi is a private-public partnership model that aims to develop the outer areas of Delhi into smart cities. The land pooling policy also known as the LPP model is a system that aims to house the rising population of Delhi. The government of Delhi already possesses huge acre of land. Between several departments of the government, the Delhi government has more than 3500 acres of land. Hence, it would not be a huge problem for the DDA and the Delhi government to allocate land to the external affairs ministry. It is learnt that the external ministry has demanded zero ground rent for the construction of the foreign enclave. Moreover, the foreign affairs department has also requested that the DDA should keep a rate of property unchanged for two years. However, in recent times, all these issues have been resolved. The DDA would give this piece of land to the land and development office at a little cost of only 1 rupee.