DELHI: Aiming at addressing housing requirements in the capital, Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has decided to offer service apartments which will be introduced on a minimum plot size of 2,000 sq mt, officials said.
At a meeting held here today, DDA has enhanced the floor area ratio (FAR) of buildings from the adjusting 150 to 225 which will result in setting up of more apartments.
These service apartments are being allowed in public, semi-public, residential and commercial land use. Minimum size of the service apartments has been fixed 40 sq mt and it will be allowed on roads having width of 12 meters.
DDA has also approved enhancement of permanent sample plots (PSP) FAR from existing 150 to 225 for educational facilities such as vocational training centre, management institute, teacher training centre, research and development institute or professional college.
For large university campus, the FAR has been enhanced from 122 to 225. The proposal will be sent to Ministry of Urban Development for final approval.