New Delhi: The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is all set to unveil a new housing scheme with more than 13,000 flats next year in January.
The urban body endorsed the lodging plan proposition on Friday in a meeting led by Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung.
A few reports in July, citing Arun Goel, Vice Chairman of DDA, had talked about the approaching lodging plan including houses that were surrendered or wiped out in 2014 plan, however had not given any time period.
According to sources in DDA, the lodging plan was to be declared in December, yet because of banks' inclusion in demonetisation drive, the plan is probably going to be reported in January.
The plan will have 13,148 pads in zones like Sarita Vihar, Jasola, Dwarka, Pitampura, Sukhdev Vihar, Narela, Rohini, Jahangirpuri, Loknayakpuram, Dilshad Garden, Paschim Vihar, Bindapur and Mukherjee Nagar.
Sources added that candidates are probably going to have a most extreme of seven options of areas while enlisting for the plan.
There will be 11,671 one-room pads, which stayed unsold because of cancelation or surrendering of booking.
Approximately 79 HIG pads will be on offer between Rs 41.62 lakh and Rs 1.4 crore.
Despite the fact that DDA has not expanded the cost of 11,544 pads, from what was offered in the 2014 lodging plan, the enlistment charge of MIG and HIG pads is relied upon to be expanded to Rs 2 lakh.
This time, the candidates will have the capacity to enlist through both on the web and disconnected process.
The condo will be sold on freehold premise. Also, according to the plan to be propelled, DDA is probably going to do away the stringent condition that deflected purchasers to exchange the house before the five-year secure period.