DDA to Launch 13,148 Flats New Housing Scheme 2017 in March 2017


Good news for the residents of new Delhi, finally Delhi Development Authority is going to launch its new housing scheme 2017 in March 2017. Now people will be able to apply for this scheme by next month. In this scheme, DDA is offering 13,148 residential flats.

According to the scheme, the lottery draw of the scheme will be announced in the month of May and the possession of these flats will be provided to the allottees in by the end of June or July.

The Principal Commissioner of DDA Housing, JP Agarwal said that DDA has already communicated with banks in respect of the scheme. About 8-9 banks will be included. Like previous schemes, this time the bank will offer registration money loans.The scheme will be launched by mid-March.

The scheme involving an official said that this time DDA is offered total 13,148 flats in the new housing scheme 2017. Of these 11,671 of LIG, 398 of MIG, 79 HIG flats and 437 of Janta flats are available for allotment.

DDA has also started work to remove the problems wherever needs of these basic features. These include water and sewer line somewhere, street lights, roads and other similar problems. The department will also talk with the Delhi government for public transport like DTC and Cluster Buses to the flats.

An official said that for the registration of LIG and Janta Flats the applicants will have to deposit Rs. 1 Lakh while for HIG and MIG flats, the applicants will have to deposit Rs. 2 Lakh as a registration amount. If any applicant who have applied for the scheme they can move back before the three days of the draw. If once the applicant name come in the draw and he refused for flat, in this case, the registration amount will be forfeited.

However, some banks are opposed to the DDA to seize the registration money despite the DDA is adamant on registration to seize the money. DDA says that this time there will not be a clauses five-year lock-in period. If someone wants to sell flats to draw out the DDA will not oppose it.

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