Delhi Development Authority
NEW DELHI: A survey of DDA-administered land, conducted for the first time, has found 5,484 acres of vacant land in the city. It also by its vice-chairperson three months ago, has found 1,242 vacant plots.
The survey covered plots under various land uses-residential, commercial, industrial and recreational. Officials say the survey was o protect these plots from encroachment. DDA has also found out that 298 acres of its land are under litigation. The list of all vacant sites has been uploaded on its website.
The survey was conducted with the help of National Productivity Council and Geospatial Data Limited and they will be requested to get monthly real-time photographs of each plot to realize the ground situation. "We are in the process of getting monthly updates of the ground situation to facilitate effective monitoring and protection from encroachment," a DDA spokesperson said.