Land Pooling Policy of Delhi: Your Vision to Purchase an Inexpensive House Can at Last Come Accurate


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New Delhi: Eliminating  the ultimate bottleneck in completion of the policy  of land pooling, urban development minister  of Delhi Satyendar Jain supposed on Thursday that the  government of Delhi will, within few  days, notify the 89 villages — affirmed as urbanized on Tuesday — as ‘expansion areas’.

As per opinion of Jain “A total no of the 95 urbanized villages will be affirmed as the growth areas under segment of the 12 of the Development Authority of Delhi Act within two-three days. Whilst the 89 no of the villages were informed as urbanized on Tuesday, six other kind of urbanized villages (from earlier notifications), will also be informed as the development areas. Once they informed the DDA can create completion of the policy land pooling,”

The minister again also cancelled the media reports that the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baikal’s office has circumvented the Delhi government in getting the announcement issued by the department of the urban development.

Accomplishment of the land Pooling policy will be the entry towards accessibility of reasonable housing in the planned pockets of the metropolitan. With the DDA having unsuccessful in meeting the accommodation require in the capital, the metropolis has observed the mushrooming of unauthorized of the colonies diagonally the city.

This policy of the land pooling is being observed as the potential of urbanization in the capital. The matter had been waiting for more than the two years as the government of Delhi had been challenging the DDA to initiate a section in the strategy that 10% of the urbanized land will be owed to the government of Delhi in order to take out the services of the social sector like the construction of the schools as well as hospitals.

“The chief minister of Delhi had already publicized that the strategy will be unfurnished in May.   DDA will give urbanized land  to the free of cost as well as while required for offering the  services like  schools, hospitals as well as water supply units,” Jain believed that .

Whilst the implementation of Land Pooling Policy will modify the character of these kinds of   the rural belts, revenue the villages on the limits of the Delhi border across the city are probable to stay   out of the policy even in the upcoming years.