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Guidelines and Features of New Land Policy

1. As for every the new land policy, Government/DDA would act just as a facilitator with least intercession to encourage and speed up coordinated arranged improvement. As a facilitator, the DDA will be required to embrace the accompanying obligations.

2. According to the strategy, an area owner, or a gathering of area owners or a designer (alluded to as Developer Entity (DE)), might be allowed to pool land for brought together planning, adjusting and subdivision/offer of the area for advancement according to recommended standards and rules:

A-The designer element should be in charge of gathering and surrender of area inside of the recommended time allotment and in addition arrangement of design arrangements according to the Master Plan and Policy.
B-The area packages claimed by owners will be merged by a Land Pooling Agency, which might later exchange a part of that land back to the owners and part will be held by DDA.

3.  According to the Master Plan Delhi, a specific segment of area should be evenhandedly come back to the landowner. The area came back to the owner might be regardless of the area use allocated to their land according to the Zonal Development Plan.

4. According to the Master Plan, both DDA and Developer Entity should guarantee fast advancement of Master Plan streets and other crucial physical and social framework, and recreational regions.

5. According to the Master Plan, the designer element might guarantee sufficient procurement of EWS and other lodging according to Shelter Approach of the Plan. Aside from this, the engineer element should additionally give back the recommended developed spaces, EWS staying units what’s more, LIG Housing Components to the DDA according to the approach.

6. The DDA might likewise be in charge of obtaining of left out area pockets in a time bound way.

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Land Pooling Experience in India

Land pooling is broadly utilized all around. It was initially received by Holland and Germany in and around 1890s. The approach rapidly spread over the globe including Europe (Sweden, Finland, France also, Belgium); Asia (Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, India and Nepal); Middle East (Israel, Lebanon and Palestine) and Australia. Essentially, the strategy is utilized for semi-urban extension.

In India, the area pooling strategy was initially utilized under the Bombay Town Planning Act, 1915 in the recent Bombay Presidency. Few decades later, it turned into the premise of the Town Planning Act in Gujarat – The Gujarat Town Planning and Urban Development Act, 1976.

The Town Planning Scheme (TPS) was widely utilized as a part of Maharashtra in the main portion of twentieth Century. For example, a few substantial parts of Mahim, Khar and Borivali in Mumbai were created through TPS. In any case, its use declined over years after the establishment of Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, which moved center for the usage of the city ground breaking strategy from TPS to Detailed Development Plan (DDP). The real reason for the movement from TPS way to deal with DDP methodology was because of long time included in execution of previous plan and the way that possession disagreement about a solitary area bundle used to hold up the whole plan.

Then again, TPS plan was a fantastic accomplishment in the State of Gujarat which conveyed a few revisions to address the issues being confronted in the TPS plan. The real changes in the TPS plan of Gujarat were as per the following:

• Possession of area for development of streets after endorsement of the Draft TPS (revision acquired 1999). This guarantee land-owners support through the whole execution stage as the estimation of area acknowledges after street and other framework development begins.
• Sale of plots (up to 15 percent of plan region) to fund the plan (1986 correction).
• Tighter time limits all the while (1999 correction)

Also, the TPS process in Gujarat does not settle ownership question, yet exchange them to the recently reconstituted plots, along these lines guaranteeing execution of TPS plan. Aside from broad use in the condition of Gujarat and Chhattisgarh, the town development plan is every so often utilized as a part of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab and Kerala.


It is currently an acknowledged reality that urban communities over the globe can’t thrive without making private players an essential part of advancement. Open powers are progressively tolerating this also, depending more on the private segment. As of not long ago, just DDA had a fortress over urban base. However, opening the space to the private area is a huge venture toward changing the way it is overseen.

Later on, we anticipate that private segment interest will increment altogether in the improvement of Indian urban communities. Land acquisition is among the most vital issue being confronted by Delhi to create urban framework. We trust that the later land pooling approach is an appreciated stride toward tending to this issue and speeding up the improvement of urban framework. In expansion to permitting private cooperation, the area pooling strategy additionally incorporates promising components, for example, tradable FAR and singlewindow leeway instrument.

The new strategy is relied upon to discharge around 40,000 sections of land of new land in Delhi prompting advancement of around 1.45 million houses. It would take around four to five years before this supply would hit the business sector. The expansion of this immense new supply may keep a keep an eye on the property costs in Delhi and encompassing district such as Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad over medium term.


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