VETERAN DEFENCE FORCES GROUP PRESENTS Highlights of dda Land Pooling Policy Delhi L- Zone (Dwarka Project) Under FinaliSation by DDA Veteran Defence Forces Group (VDFG) founded in 1986 with an aim of providing innovative and affordable Housing Solutions. A venture of Ex Defence Service Officers for service of serving and retired Defence officers, Government Officers and their wards and families. Has presence in Northern India with projects executed at Pathankot, Dharamshala, Palwal, Delhi, Bhimtal, Ambala, Jalandhar, Faridabad and Rudrapur. Accredited with ISO-9001 : 2008. VDFG strives to provide its members, value for their money by providing Affordable Housing Solutions and secured Investment opportunities. Committed to motto “GROW WITH US”. Based on Draft policy available on DDA website and other public information Need For Master Plan 2021 Delhi is expected to continue growing at a very fast pace. Delhi’s population estimated to reach 230 lacs by 2021. Migration into Delhi would continue. Around 45,000 families estimated to migrate into Delhi every year . 24 lacs additional flats/houses will be required by 2021 to accommodate such large population. That’s why MPD-2021 and proposed Land Pooling Policy. Highlights of Master Plan Delhi-2021 Concept being called Land Pooling Policy . Mixed Land Use. City centers to be decentralized, with development of district centers. Freight complexes and directional terminals to come up. Wide network of Roads d including a new 3rd outer ring road Mass Transportation System to be Multi Modal. Development on Walk to the Work concept. Land Pooling Policy New policy termed as land pooling policy (LPP). Land pooling by owners participation as against Land Acquisition by Govt./DDA in Delhi. No land will be acquired by DDA now. A Land owner/ group of land owners can come together to become a developer entity and construct group housing projects, subject to LPP regulations. Land chunks pooled by the owners need not be contiguous. The pooled land will be surrendered to DDA and in return DDA will allot one single chunk of Land for construction, within a 5 KM radius, while DDA will develop the common infra … NEW DELHI Existing urbanized areas L Zone NH 1 to PANIPATAMRITSAR 80 meter proposed connecting NH1 – NH8 NEW ROADS TO BE OPERATIONAL SOON 100 meter road connecting 4 NHs KMP expressway NH 10 to BAHADURGARHROHTAK L NH 24 GHAZIABADtowards UPeastwards Zone NH 2 to FARIDABAD MATHURA-AGRA Proposed 150 meter road connecting Dwarka – NH8 NH 8 to GURGAON – JAIPUR- MUMBAI PROPOSED METRO IN l -zone Why West Delhi is a preferred area West Delhi will be the centre of industrial and infrastructural development activities in the next 10 - 15 years. In MPD- 2021, out of 60,000 hectares - slated for the development, about 40,000 hectares lie in West Delhi. Of the total 29 industrial estates notified by the Delhi government, eight are in West Delhi. Rising costs of land and non availability in Delhi for commercial spaces was a major reason why investors were forced to choose NCR. West Delhi Growth Projections 5000 Cr. being invested by Govt. in Baprola and Rani Khera Knowledge Based Industrial Park Multi-level Manufacturing Hub Employment opportunity for 3 Lac people 70000 Cr investment expected Other Infra Projects 4 more colleges in addition to GGS University campus larger presence of Metro Phase -III All India Institute of Medical sciences (AIIMS Elevated Road Corridor from West Delhi 13 community Centres L-Zone in the MPD-2021 2 Express Corridors Dwarka Mor Gurgaon L-Zone in the MPD-2021 The zone covers an area of 22,979 hectare & is surrounded by: NH-10 / Rohtak Road Dwarka Sub- City in the North. in the East. Gurgaon on the Southern side. Locational Advantages of Zone-L Proximity to Airport, Gurgaon, Dwarka Expressway. larger presence of Metro Phase -III UER-II and UER-III passing thru Zone L 18 holes International Golf Course coming up Nearby Second Diplomatic Enclave being developed L Zone Largest Ayurvedic Hospital All India Institute of Medical sciences (AIIMS OPPORTUNITY Veteran Defence Forces Group (VDFG) sees this as an upcoming opportunity to build housing units at affordable rates and wants to keep its patrons aware of this development so that they don’t miss out on this opportunity as soon as DDA announces the implementation of the Policy. Estimated Timeframe for Completion and Possession Expected that DDA will allot the Land in lieu of the surrendered land in about three years, after approving and announcing implementation of the Policy. Construction is estimated to be completed within 3- 3 .5 years from commencement of construction after DDA hands over land.