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Aug 07, 2015
NEW DELHI: Urban Development Ministry has approved a proposal to allow building of service apartments in hotels in national capital as a part of review of Master Plan of Delhi-2021.
Draft Proposal to Make Delhi Buildings 'Green'
Sep 18, 2014
The developers in the national capital will henceforth be required to ensure the setting up of ground water recharge system through rain water harvesting, recycling waste water, sewage treatment plant and solar heating systems in buildings constructed on plots measuring 3,000 sq m or more, according to the guidelines for ‘green’ buildings proposed in Master Plan of Delhi-2021
DDA offers penalty relief
Feb 25, 2014
DELHI: In its board meeting on February 24, DDA decided to launch a one-time relief scheme for those who stayed away from the leasehold to freehold conversion camp conducted recently.
Competition watchdog to probe DDA
Sep 12, 2013
DELHI: The Competition Commission of India (CCI) will soon probe if Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has been abusing its dominant position in the residential market.
East Delhi colony to get freehold rights
Sep 10, 2013
DELHI: As many as 144 families displaced after partition, who had been campaigning for full rights to plots given to them in the 1950s, have won their long and arduous battle. Delhi Development Authority on September 9 announced that families who were given plots after 1950 in east Delhi’s Jheel Khuranja area will now have freehold rights.
Delhi Master Plan-2021 will unlock a new wave of urbanization
Sep 03, 2013
DELHI: Delhi may soon see a flurry of real estate activities. A path-breaking policy, which has been incorporated in Delhi Master Plan-2021, will make available around 21,000 hectares of land for residential purposes and around 2,073 hectare for commercial activities in the periphery of the existing city.
Ground Rules: Govt considers land pooling policy to replace acquisition
Sep 27, 2012
New Delhi: A new land pooling policy that will encourage active involvement of the private sector is being considered as alternative to land acquisition by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA). “The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) was asked to look into the policy to see if it made economic sense. Their report has been submitted and they have suggested certain models for

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