About 6,113 applications have been received through which a total of 6,449 hectare of land has been registered by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) under its Land Pooling Policy. The authority is also working on the planning and the process to develop sector 20 and 21 in Zone ‘N’.
The ‘Zone N’ was approved by the Central Government recently. The Zone comprises of the proposed urban extension, green belt and forms part of urban sable area under the Master Plan of Delhi (MPD). The Zone is located in the North West part of national capital and mainly constitutes of rural settlements and the industrial areas of Bawana area. It is connected towards railway line towards Rohtak. Further, Urban extension - I is passing through this Zone.
The land pooling policy was notified in the year 2018 under which the land owners can sell their lands in order to develop an urban extension area of the city. A web portal for the same was launched in February 2019. The web-portal is open for sectors nearing to the eligibility criteria as per notified Land Pooling Regulations till 15.02.2020.
The land pooled in zones K-I, L, N, P-II and J is 231 Hectare, 1659 Hectare and 3294 Hectare, 1261 Hectare and 4 Ha. Respectivel. “These applications are being scrutinized and mapping of pooled land on GIS platform is under process by DDA to ascertain the eligibility of sectors and same will be verified from Delhi Government also,” said an official.
The main aim behind the Land pooling policy is to develop the zones and areas by extending the facilities by creating a housing society, nearby basic amenities such as park, hospital, water, schools, transport, open spaces and circulation system for the people living in and around the area.
The project is part of MPD of DDA.