What Do You Know About the DDA Housing Scheme 2019?

by Anushree Ghosh The Delhi Development Authority’s Master Plan was structured in 1962 to plan an organised set-up for the chaotic growth of Delhi. This encompassed the need to spot new lands and developing them into residential complexes, that were supposed to be self-contained colonies with commerc...Read More

Weekly News Round Up – RealtyMyths

Hi guys, and welcome back to the weekly news roundup, where we talk about the current news in the real estate industry. So let’s begin!  Starting with the RBI policy changes. RBI cut the Key Repo rate by 0.25% to 6.25%. The central bank also changed its monetary policy stance to ‘neutral’ from the e...Read More

Delhi’s new land-pooling policy is a big opportunity for fence-sitting buyers

The state of Delhi holds immense importance for India. Besides being the capital of the world’s largest democracy, it is also the hub of socio-economic and political activity in the country.  There was euphoric exultation in the city on the evening of September 7 over news that the Delhi Development ...Read More

The problem of Unauthorised Colonies

Rome was not built in a day! This proverb is symbolic to the development journey of any city. Ironically, it is symbolic to all the problems as well that arise due to ill-planning of all the development activities in and around a city. Ill-planning of a city means giving less or no emphasis on some o...Read More

India and the issue of unplanned development

There is no doubt that the current status of India’s urban infrastructure is not in great shape. Every now and then we hear about log traffic jams, overflowing sewers, garbage spill over, flyovers falling down, roads caving in and many more such incidences happening in and around our ‘wor...Read More

The fate of the Unauthorised Colonies

Anushree Ghosh, The mushroomed unauthorized colonies of Delhi provide a classic example of the failure of the authorities in controlling encroachment.  The houses are glued with each other without any proper infrastructural facilities. Waterlogging, lack of proper parking spaces, waste management, sa...Read More

Does Infrastructure status to affordable housing ensure the construction quality?

Akhilesh K.Prasad A long-standing demand of developers was recognised when the government granted infrastructure status to affordable housing in the Union Budget 2017-18 as a measure to boost its flagship ‘Housing for All by 2022’ project. The infrastructure status will simplify the approval process ...Read More

ANAROCK launches report on affordable housing in NCR

RM Correspondent ANAROCK Property Consultants released its definitive research report ‘NCR – An Affordable Housing Goldmine’ at the Delhi leg ofEconomic Times’ ACETECH – Asia’s leading trade fair for architecture, building materials, innovation, and design. The report pitches ...Read More

Land Pooling in PPP model: evolution, benefits and success stories

by Soumya Prakash By 2031 India’s urban population is expected to reach 600 million (60 crore) as per a report prepared by JNNURM Directorate – Ministry of Urban Development and National Institute of Urban Affairs. By 2021 Delhi-NCT (National Capital Territory) is expected to touch 230 lakh while tha...Read More

Eligibility criteria to get DDA flat alloted

Eligibility for applying in DDA scheme is as under – (i) The applicant must be a citizen of India; (ii) He should have attained the age of majority i.e. an applicant should have completed 18 years of age as on the date of submitting the application; (iii) The applicant must not own any dwelling...Read More

Real Estate and MCD Polls: To Be or Not To Be?

Altogether, ten municipal corporations across India are in the process of undergoing (or have gone by the time this piece appears) polls. Among them there are some really rich ones and the political contenders will engage in a pitched battle to rein control of these MCDs. Millions of citizens residin...Read More

Will Delhi become a Solar City by 2020?

With the background of scorching heat of June, 2016, the Delhi Government launched its Solar Energy Policy officially called as “Delhi Solar Energy policy 2016” which is a broad framework to regulate Delhi’s solar market and its potential for a four-year time period of 2016-2020. It’s been nearly nin...Read More

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