Delhi Development Authority has started Master Plan in capital

By Accommodation Times (www.accommodationtimes.com) New Delhi: The review of the master plan has been started by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in Delhi, also higher Floor Area Ration (FAR) and Floor Square Index (FSI) which would allow the land-starved city to grow vertically has suggested by the Urban Development Minister Kamal

DDA issues notification for Enabling Planned Development of Privately Owned Lands

opmentBy Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has issued a notification for enabling the planned development of privately owned lands in Delhi. In order to operationalise the policy, the formulation of “Regulations for Enabling the Planned Development of Privately Owned Lands" was taken up under Section 57 of Delhi Development

State govt has constituted GMDA as Regional Transport Authority

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH Haryana Government has constituted Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) as Regional Transport Authority within its jurisdiction. According to official spokesperson, the Authority will exercise the powers and discharge the duties to specify the routes and areas for the grant of state carriage permits, issue or grant of state

Gurugram city has been divided into 4 zones for development: CM

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal on Thursday said that the Gurugram City has been divided into four zones for undertaking developmental works in a phased manner. The Chief Minister was presiding over the meeting of Industrialists and Real Estate Developers at Gurugram on Thursday. As many as 61

Delhi to form STF to check illegal construction

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI To curb the illegal construction and encroachment, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is creating a special task force (STF) which will look over illegal construction and encroachment in the city. The STF will have officials from three municipal corporations, fire department and police. The Centre on Monday told