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Land Pooling Policy Amended in Punjab

To create a land bank for urban projects at the proposed Aero City project in Greater Mohali Development Authority (GMADA) Punjab cabinet on Thursday approved the amendments in their land pooling policy, 2013. The government of Punjab has to develop a Land pooling of 4,000 acres in the Aero City. There were frequent protests from […]

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Delhi’s Land Pooling Policy will be Available Soon Says DDA Vice-Chairman

Land pooling in Delhi getting great demands and it will be developed to meet the residential needs around 95 lakh people. Of course, this policy will be in place by end of April this year says DDA (Delhi Development Authority) vice chairman Udai Pratap Singh. We have received many suggestions from people site and we […]

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DDA Allotted Rs 8,000 crore for the Makeover of Delhi

The makeover aims to transform the capital city to the world standards comprises the restoration of Yamuna. DDA has now pegged its overall budget spending for the fiscal year 2018-2019 at more than Rs. 8,000 crore. It also decides to transform plans to transform Delhi into a “world-class city” through various projects, which include the […]

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Land Pooling Policy changing the Trends of Realty in Delhi

Land Pooling Policy will benefit those buyers who are looking for affordable homes in Delhi and it will solve the housing issues. As per the modified land pooling policy, now, the developers will get the 60% of the land while DDA will keep the remaining 40% of it. Now, getting the dream home in Delhi […]

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A Brief Introduction With The Land Pooling Policy

The technique for promoting competitive, sustainable and equitable land development is known as land pooling policy. From the past two hundred years, the land pooling policy is used in various countries of the world with another name as readjustment. In the recent years, land pooling policy has been most successful in Japan and Republic of […]

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अप्रैल में लागू हो जाएगी लैंड पूलिंग पॉलिसी

दिल्ली विकास प्राधिकरण (डीडीए) की लैंड पूलिंग पॉलिसी अप्रैल माह के अंत तक लागू हो जाएगी। इस पॉलिसी को लाख लोगों की आवासीय जरूरतों को ध्यान में रखकर तैयार किया जा रहा है। पॉलिसी पर जनता से मिले सुझावों और आपत्तियों पर काम होने के बाद जल्द ही इस पर आखिरी फैसला लिया जाएगा।1डीडीए के […]

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Ushering the Delhi Land Pooling Policy within the Month of April by Udai Pratap Singh, Vice Chairman of Delhi Developmental Authority

Public suggestions are thoroughly welcomed and are taken into consideration By the last day of the April 2018, the Pooling of Land in the city of Delhi will be completed. This policy will provide residents to 95 lakhs Delhi population. It will also promote the economic advancement as said by Udai Pratap Singh, the vice […]

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DDA to Hold Public Hearing on Delhi Land Pooling Policy Soon

Soon, Delhi Development Authority will issue demand letters cum allotment to all the allottees of Rohini residential scheme in upcoming two weeks and the development will be completed by the end of March as mentioned by the executive head of the authority on Monday. The authority will finalize the LAND POOLING POLICY at the end […]

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DDA Meet Set to Okay Master Plan Tweaks

NEW DELHI: Recommendations for amendments in the Master Plan for Delhi 2021 are likely to be accepted on February 27, during a meeting of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to be chaired by lieutenant governor Anil Baijal, who is also the chairman of the body. The amendments in the master plan were proposed in DDA’s […]

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Land Pooling Policy Delhi: DDA Reaches Out To Public For Suggestion; Here’s Who And How Will It Benefit

The land pooling policy, which is set to expand the urban limits of Delhi, was notified by the ministry of urban development (MoUD) in September 2013 while the regulations for operationalization of the policy were approved in May 2015 by the ministry. Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has initiated a step to take the national capital […]

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