A plan is being made to make the capital Delhi beautiful and free from traffic jams. Many such schemes have been included in the Master Plan 2041. According to the draft Delhi Master Plan (MPD) 2041, prepared for the development of Delhi over the next 20 years, affordable rental housing, full-fledged residential areas and small-format houses will be some of the key points of housing development in the national capital. . Objections and suggestions have been invited from common citizens by making the draft of the master plan public.
What is the name of the scheme?
Just as the DDA has prepared a land pooling scheme by aggregating several large plots into a colony and developing facilities in them, some similar schemes have been drafted in the master plan of 2041 to develop kutcha colonies in an orderly manner. The scheme has been named Unauthorized Colony Re-Generation Scheme. This scheme is of four types. In the first type of scheme, the plot size will be 2 to 3 thousand square meters, in the second type of scheme the plot size will be 3 to 5 thousand square meters. Under these two schemes, there will be no schools and other public utilities in the developed area.
Residential facilities preferred
The draft master plan prepared by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will assess the current situation and show the way on how to achieve the desired development in the next 20 years. According to the draft document, the scheme aims at better availability of housing options through affordable rental housing, security and quality of life in old and unplanned areas.
land pooling model
Laying out the blueprint for housing in the national capital, the draft states that future housing needs will be met through large-scale development using the ‘land pooling model’ in ‘greenfield’ areas of Delhi. 17-20 lakh residential units can be developed in the identified ‘land pooling’ areas. Given the high land prices in developed parts of the city, it also ensures the availability of housing for different income groups close to their workplaces, the draft said.
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