After a long time delay finally Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has announced the launch date of its ambitious DDA Housing Scheme 2017 for the allotment of 12,000 flats. The registration process of the scheme will be started from 30th June 2017 and the last date of application form will be 9th August 2017.
Delhi Development Authority – Those who are eagerly awaiting for DDA New housing scheme 2017, people may have to wait some more. Due to lack of registration booklet, now its announcement will delay about a week.
For DDA Flats Scheme 2017, allottees will have to pay Rs 1 lakh for LIG and Rs 2 lakh for MIG/HIG flats as earnest money. No penalty will be levied on the earnest money if an applicant withdraws before the date of the draw of lots.
Delhi Development Authority has completed all the preparation for the launching of its housing scheme next month i.e in June. According to DDA’s Senior Official, the department has completed all the formalities and the file has been sent to the lieutenant-governor (L-G) Anil Baijal for final approval.
Around 100 Gymnasiums will be opened in the various DDA parks located in different areas by the Union Ministry of Sports Affairs.
Delhi Metro is going to launch its ambitious housing scheme in May. Under the scheme, DMRC will construct 2 BHK and 3 BHK Flats in Janakpuri and Okhla. These flats will be sold through Lucky Draw.
DDA New Housing Scheme 2017
Shortly after the elections to be held on 23rd April of Delhi Municipal Corporation, the Delhi Development Authority is hopeful of bringing a new housing scheme with its 12,000 flats. Most of the flats are in Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant Kunj and Jassaula. 10 thousand flat plans are lying vacant while 2000 other are flat. The urban bodies have contacted 10 banks for the sale of the applications and the transactions related to the scheme.
Against DDA’s move to reallot flats that were returned by the allottees of the 2014 housing scheme to 1,000 residents of Kathputli Colony, a group of Rohini residents has decided to approach the Delhi High Court.