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Flats will soon start being built in L, N and P-2 zones under the Land Pooling Policy

Posted By : Oct 04 2019

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Under the Land Pooling Policy, construction of Apartments will begin soon in the L, N and P-2 zones. The condition of land registration in the sector of these three zones has almost been fulfilled. Now the revenue department officials will verify the land document. After this, 70% of the land will be found in the sector. Development work will be started in them. In the DDA's plan, 6407 hectares of land was registered under the Land Pooling Policy in 7 months till 6 September. It has registered 1248 hectares, 3268 hectares, 229 hectares and 1691 hectares in zones P-2, N, L, and K-1 respectively. For this, the documents of land are being examined according to the sector. At the same time, if required to make pooling effective, land acquisition can also be done as per law. The cost of acquisition will be borne by the Consortium (landowner) of the concerned sector. Explain that the portal started seven months ago for registration of land pooling policy was closed on 6 September.

Notice will be issued to form a consortium

Under the policy, DDA will issue a notice to landowners to form a consortium if a minimum of 70 percent of the land is found in a sector. In which, before starting the development work on the land, a plan has to be prepared legally. Applicants must enter a formal contract. In which the provisions of the plan such as the condition of making flats for economically weaker people have to be complied with.

Portal started on 5 February

Let us know that the DDA launched the portal on 5 February 2019 for registration in the notified land pooling policy on 11 October 2018. The last date for closure of the portal was 6 August but was later changed to 6 September. The policy divided into 5 zones N, P2, K1, L, and J is divided into hundred sectors

This is the Land Pooling Plan

Under the Land Pooling Policy, farmers or landlords will be able to build flats on their land. They will also have to facilitate building flats for the economically weaker sections. If a minimum of 70% of the land is registered in a sector, then the DDA will take 40% of the land in that sector to develop basic facilities. Other facilities including schools, parks, roads will be developed here.