13148 flats in the Capital to be offered by DDA – Dec 2016

Delhi Development Authority’s 2016 housing scheme, offering 13,148 flats in the Capital, which was expected to roll out around Diwali will now be launched by January 26.

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Delhi Development Authority’s 2016 housing scheme, offering 13,148 DDA flats in the Capital, which was expected to roll out around Diwali will now be launched by January 26.

The scheme was given the final approval in November 2016 but the exact date for its launch has not been disclosed. The date for the launch, which has been delayed by at least two months, was further pushed because of the Centre’s demonetisation drive.

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A senior DDA official said buyers will get nearly a month to complete the formalities and submit applications.

“The scrutiny of application forms may take another month. So, the draw of DDA flats can be held in the first week of April. The agency may start giving possession around July-September after completing unfinished civil work and services in the colonies,” he said.

The official added that the agency has also set up a committee comprising chief engineers of respective districts to look into reports on the lack of infrastructure and poor civil work in flats.

The flats, all of which are old construction, under different categories will be available for the draw. A majority of the flats are one bedroom, hall and kitchen (1 BHK) that were either surrendered or cancelled under the 2014 scheme.

The draw can be held in the first week of April 2017. The agency may start giving possession around July-Sept 2017 after completing civil work and services in the colonies.

Sources in DDA said that during a recent meeting, issues of poor approach roads, non-availability of water, and lack of other services were also discussed after which a panel was appointed to find out solutions to these problems.

Sources in DDA said that during a recent meeting, issues of poor approach roads, non-availability of water, and lack of other services were also discussed after which a panel was appointed to find out solutions to these problems.

“It was a matter of concern that at a location, the nearest milk booth was situated around six kilometres away. All these aspects are being looked into.”

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