If you are looking for buying your own house through DDA Housing scheme 2016 . you must have to fit clean in dda screening process. That means you must have to full fill the following eligibility criteria in order to go up to next step close to your dream house. » Read more
Registration Fee for Dda housing scheme 2016 -:
This time, the DDA flats will not disturb the budget of applicants too much as from 2014. As from source – For this scheme, the applicants will have to pay the registration amount of Rs. 3 lakh for LIG houses and Rs. 5 lakh for MIG houses. While, in the last scheme of DDA in 2014, applicant paid Rs. 1 lakh as a security deposit for registration. » Read more
Latest News – Delhi Development Authority has finally announced scheme launch date after completing almost all tasks to launch its ambitious DDA new housing scheme 2016. According to the information received from the DDA senior official, the registrations and applications for DDA new flat scheme for the year 2016 will be rolled out on the eve of Diwali that means on Sunday Dtae – 30 .
Number of Flats available under DDA 2016:
The scheme will be started in the first week of October with around 12,000 flats of 1BHK and 2BHK type. A majority of flats in the upcoming scheme of DDA is one-bedroom and remaining units will be of two-bedroom type. Sources said around 10,000 flats that will be put up on offer this year were surrendered by allottees of the 2014 scheme. The rest of the flats had not been previously allotted for different reasons or cancelled.
Total no of flats available – 12,000
Type of flats – 1BHK / 2BHK
Also, the land development agency found that around 10,000 flats from last year’s scheme have not been occupied while another 2,000 flats were lying vacant from year 2014. so these will also be included in 2016 flat scheme.
Category of flats available in 2016:
The majority of flats under the next scheme of DDA for this year are for lower income group. And 2BHK flats will be available for middle income group. According to the source, 90% of flats are for LIG category while the rest of flats would be for middle income group. And there is no flat in the category higher income group.
Majority of flats available – For lower Income Group (LIG)
2BHK flats – For Middle income Group (MIG)
No flats available – for Higher Income Group (HIG)
Location of Flats available in 2016 dda scheme:
Almost all lower income group flats would be located in Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant Kunj and Jasola and almost all of them are old construction.
New flats location : will be in above 5 place .
Final Launch Date :
According to DDA senior official, DDA will hold a meeting on September 23 in which senior officials of the department will be present. The final decision on the scheme will be taken then.
But : From the sources it will likely to be launched around Diwali
Application Process to be Online in 2016:
The applications process for the registration of flats in 2016 housing scheme of DDA is likely to be online.
Why : This step would make the whole process of DDA application more transparent. However, the final decision for the same will be taken in the next meeting of DDA official to be held in the last week of September on 23. This time, the brochure of DDA housing scheme 2016 can also be downloaded online from DDA official website.
DDA Official website : dda.org.in
Registration Fee will be same as 2014 :
DDA flats will disturb the budget of applicants and no increase in registration fee . For this scheme, the applicants will have to pay the registration amount of Rs. 3 lakh for LIG houses and Rs. 5 lakh for MIG houses. While, in the last scheme of DDA in 2014, applicant paid Rs. 1 lakh as a security deposit for registration.
Highlights DDA Housing Scheme 2016: at one glance:
- Number of Flats: Around 12,000, 1BHK and 2BHK
- Locations: Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant Kunj and Jasola
- Registration to Start: In the first week of October
- Process of Booking: Online through net banking, debit card, credit card etc on DDA’s website
- Registration Amount: Rs 3 lakh for LIG flats and Rs 5 lakh for MIG flats
- Cost of Flat: LIG flats were priced between Rs 18-20 lakh last year and MIG flats were priced between Rs 60 and 70 lakh. The prices are likely to be slightly higher this time.
DDA Housing Scheme 2016 – Latest Update-
DDA Housing Scheme 2016 in Delhi: This year under thsi scheme 11000+ New Flats Schemes will be launched by DDA in September 2016 ( Starting from last week of september). Get details on Draw results 2016 Procedure, conditions, Loans, finance on flats, application Fee, Form Fees at Location – Rohini, Dwarka, Narela, Vasant kunj, Mukherjee Nagar, Loknayak Puram, Jasola and Sirsapur. » Read more
DDA News –IAS officer Arun Goel took has been as the vice-chairman of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) last year. He speaks about DDA’s plans to launch a new housing scheme and two landmark projects being developed for it by National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) with a 11,00 total no of flats to be launched
Questions asked from Chairman of DDA about 2016 Housing scheme –
Give us an update on the land pooling policy. Where does it stand as of today?
We have sent a request to the Delhi government for proceeding further under the land pooling. There is a requisite of declaration of villages as development areas under the Delhi Urban Act and urbanised villages under the MCD Act. These two requests are currently pending. Once these are notified as development areas and as urbanised villages, then it will proceed.
What about DDA housing scheme 2016? When are you planning to launch it?
This is going to come very soon. We will be putting up completed flats in this scheme.These will include flats that are lying vacant with us. We will come out with a scheme very soon under that.
Currently we are doing spot verification. Site verification is on of the vacant flats for which possession has not been taken or which are stuck in litigation. Verification of the records is also going on. As for new stock, that will take some time, approximately three years. So, about 60,000 flats (that will be launched two years from now) are under construction and are being completed in phases. This year’s draw will only include vacant flats and not the new construction.
The scheme to be launched this year will primarily include 11,000 flats. (about 2,000 from the 2014 scheme and 8,500 from the lot of surrendered flats). These will be primarily in areas spread all over across Delhi.
This scheme will include flats surrendered by people who won the draw in the last scheme and some that have been lying vacant for several years. These are spread all over and many of them are in prime areas. The 60,000 units that are currently under construction will be launched under a subsequent scheme.
What about the MoU DDA had signed with NBCC for the Sanjay jheel project and the Karkardooma project? What stage are those projects in currently?
Clear lands were given to NBCC to be developed as smart cities. These included two projects – Karkardooma project (spread across 75 acres) and Sanjay jheel project (spread across 25 acres). For the first time, no officer from DDA was appointed. We have given a list of panel of international specialists to NBCC. This kind of development which is being perceived has not happened in India in the past.
So, DDA has suggested names of international experts, their presentations have been sampled, the people have been chosen and designing is going on. NBCC is developing the projects on our behalf. This will be followed by approvals and then eventually construction will begin.
Source – Hindustan Times
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) headquarters in south Delhi willbe witnessing a massive protest by registrants of its 1981 Rohini residential plot scheme on Thursday.
In 1981 scheme the DDA had allotted several residential plots in 1981 but has been unable to provide plots to a large number of the registrants citing paucity of land.
Registrants said – “We want to meet the DDA vice-chairman and show him all the documents we have to prove that we have been living in these areas for the last 30 years and have carried out construction as per law,claimed a resident.
Lokking this – Police deployment has been increased increased outside the DDA office even as the protesters sat on dharna near Dilli Haat.
Vikas Sadan said – “The registrants are now planning a massive protest outside the authority’s headquarters”
“Deadline of July 31, 2016, given by the Supreme Court to allot and handover fully developed plots to remaining scheme registrants is over. Now the DDA has submitted an affidavit, dated July 19, 2016, that it has failed to do any development of about 14,000 plots, which were supposed to be handed over to remaining scheme registrants by July 31, 2016, definitely,” said Rahul Gupta, who has been spearheading the protests against the DDA.
He also said that the DDA has submitted in the court that due to land dispute with land owners of Barwala villager, plots to all remaining scheme registrants are not possible in the next five to six years.
“The Rohini registrants have been cheated by the DDA for the last 35 years,” Mr. Gupta said.
Mr. Gupta added that while the DDA has claimed that development of about 11,000 plots has been completed and handed over to allottees, the allottees have now been issued show-cause notices, demanding already submitted papers again.
Here comes – Good news for those people wishing to buy Delhi Development Authority (DDA) flats .
The prices of around 13,000 homes to be sold in the 2016 scheme will be same as the last housing scheme. Means no Increased Prices.
As from 2014 Records ,
- DDA’s one-room Lower Income Group (LIG) flats were priced around `18 to `20 lakh.
- Two-bedroom MIG flats were priced between `60 and `70 lakh .
- Janta flats – one room tenement with a kitchen – cost a little over `10 lakh.
The rates slightly varied depending on the location and the size of the flat.
And In 2016 (DDA Flats) –
This year, DDA is offering around 13,000 flats out of which
- 350 are two-room Middle Income Group (MIG) flats
- while the rest are either Lower Income Group Flats (LIG) flats or Janta flats.
Note – a total of 10,500 flats are those that were surrendered in previous housing scheme while the remaining are those that were previously not allotted for different reasons or cancelled.
Note – Sources said Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is asking for 600 flats. A final decision on it is pending.
DDA Scheme will go Online This Year –
Officer said – Though it was expected that the this year’s scheme will be completely online but the agency might take the decision to keep the scheme open for online users as well as people wanting to register manually through banks.
Finalization of Deal is still Pending –
The agency is presently busy finalising a deal with the banks that would partner with DDA in the scheme. It is expected that the scheme will be announced around Diwali but now it would be rolled out in the middle or last week of November, Senior DDA Officer said.
Location of DDA 2016 Flats Relieved –
-DDA flats that will be distributed in 2016 are located mostly in
- Vasant Kunj
Registration fee for DDA Flats Increased this year –
- People those who wants to apply will have to pay more for registration this time. Unlike last housing scheme when people paid `1 lakh as security deposit for registration
- In 2016 year they will have to pay `3 lakh for LIG houses and `5 lakh for MIG houses.
The DDA Housing Scheme 2016, with 12,000 flats on offer, is likely to be launched around Diwali, in what could be a festive bonanza for home buyers. Out of the total number of flats, most of them in Narela, Rohini, Vasant Kunj, Dwarka and Jasola, 10,000 unoccupied flats are from the 2014 scheme, while 2,000 are other flats which have been lying vacant. “From the housing division side, we have finalized the launch around Diwali time (October end). The decision now awaits nod from the authority, which will meet next month,” a senior Delhi Development Authority official said.