L-G approves regulations, land pooling to be operational soon

Allotment of 60 oft the vacant flats available at Commonwealth Games Village to the Delhi government was also approved.

New Delhi | Published:January 11, 2014 2:43 am

The land pooling policy, which envisages voluntary assembly of land by land owners, will be implemented soon, with the Lt-Governor having approved regulations required for operationalising the policy.
“The regulations will be notified soon and will be put up on the DDA website for inviting objections and suggestions. The proposal includes creation of land pooling cell, posts and budget for administrative expenditure, declaration of 95 villages as development area and 88 villages as urban villages,” a DDA official said.
The modalities for implementing enhanced FAR as contained in Master Plan Delhi-2021 were also approved. “The new regulations permits construction up to 17.5 metres as opposed to 15 metres with provision for stilt parking in the building,” the official added.
Allotment of 60 oft the vacant flats available at Commonwealth Games Village to the Delhi government was also approved.
The Lt-Governor directed that the quality of construction of DDA flats be looked into so that there are no complaints and there is increased consumer satisfaction. He also emphasised the need for streamlining the system of conversion of property from leasehold to freehold so that there is no inconvenience to the general public and no delays.
“The L-G advised that timelines for disposal of each department be fixed and monitored so that there are no delays or coordination problems in conversion cases,” an official said.

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