Delhi Development Authority started the verification of the pooled lands

Delhi Development Authority: DDA has now started the inspections of the income records which is incurred by the DDA s’ land pooling policy. Last week DDA has also started verifying the ownership of these land details which are submitted by 1,372 applicants under land pooling policy. This land pooling policy was planned to start in September 2018.


DDA officials said that these zones are likely to qualify for the development under DDA s’ policy. These zones are as follows :

  • Zone N
  • P-II
  • Zone L

The development and mapping of these lands will be done with the help of the GIS (Geographic information system) platform. Delhi Development Authority has started to look over the applications which have registered on the DDA s’ web portal.
DDA has already received about 6000 applications. Authority also states that the ownership of these lands will be verified by the Revenue department of Delhi. This Land pooling policy covers the urban end areas of Delhi where village areas are meant to start. It consists of 95 villages that fall under these zones J, K-1, L, N, and P-II.


Some of the villages are listed below :

  • Sultanpur Dabas
  • Daryapur Khurd
  • Jhuljhuli
  • Ibrahimpur
  • Salahpur Majra
  • Batwarpur

They are now planning to make infrastructures like roads, schools, hospitals, community centers, and stadiums on the pooled lands of these villages which is a symbol of economic growth as well as human development.

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DDA wanted to build the infrastructure on the Public-Private partnership. Through which people can invest their money with DDA in the development of the area. DDA also ensures farmers that they will return some part of their land for farming or to build their houses.

Authority had planned to build about 20 lakh houses out that 6 lakh houses will be provided to the EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category on these lands. This DDA development will take place in an area of 200 square km.

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