By Accommodation Times News Service
Delhi Development Authority has planned the largest ever housing scheme for Delhi which will roll out for city dwellers by July end. The housing body said that we are offering over 26,000 flats across various categories with most of them being built with “green technology”. The houses will be spread across Rohini, Narela and Dwarka areas of Delhi having 24,000 one room apartments and another 2000-2,500 flats ranging from Rs 14-15lakh to Rs 1crore.
Balvinder Kumar, Vice chairman, DDA said, the scheme should get launched by month end as this is the much awaited scheme which is coming after 4 years. “While 24,000 flats will be low-cost, the remaining 2000- 2,500 flats will be available across LIG, MIG and HIG categories. We will soon hold a meeting to discuss whether the one-room flats would be made available to all or only to the economically weaker sections. Most of the houses are pre-fabricated and have green features used for the first time in DDA allotted houses. Theses houses are also built according to the Master Plan Delhi 2021. By 15 July, 15,000flats should be ready another major chunk by December end and finally about 1,000 will be completed by the March next year.