" The information contained in this section is indicative only. The data used is from secondary sources only. Based on these the proposals policies for the MPD-2021 are being formulated. "
Making of the Plan
is currently engaged in extensive modification of the Master Plan of Delhi
- 2001 and is preparing MPD with a perspective up to 2021 to cater to
the increasing population and the changing requirements of the city.
As a prelude to preparation of MPD - 2021, twelve subgroups have been constituted comprising:
About 200 Experts are Delibrating on different aspects.
The Sub-Groups on :
The total area of the Union Territory of Delhi is 148,639 ha, out of this 44,777 ha. had been earlier included in urbanisable limits prescribed in the plan. This area as per 1981 census accomodated 54.5 lac urban population. The balance urban population resided in 17 settlements declared as towns in the 1981 census and Najafgarh & Narela. To accomodate the 122 lac population, a two progned strategy was recommended:
Studies revealed that in-order to accomodate the balance 40 lac population an extension of DUA - 1981 to the tune of approximately 18,000 - 24,000 ha. was required. This would form DUA-2001 i.e. the proposed urban extension.
The extension plan to accomodate Delhi's changing requirements named as "Urban Extension Plan". This plan was entailed development of three sub-cities namely Rohini, Dwarka, Narela.
scheme was launched in 1980's to provide housing for the composite society, consisting all income groups. However major percentage of the housing was given for EWS and LIG categories. Rohini sub city consists of Two Part Zones namely Zone 'H' Part (Phase-I and Phase-II)and Zone 'M' Part (Phase III, IV and V)
MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE NEXT GENERATION
The planned destination for Future.
FACILITIES FOR WHOLESALE TRADE ACTIVITIES
Associated/Anciallary Facilities and Services
This scheme is located on Delhi - Noida road in South near Sarita Vihar
Total Project Area = 160.21 Ha
Apart from the routine planning aspects, the Planning Department is also engaged in the modifications of the Master Plan level policy under the DD Act in order to meet the challenges of urban dynamism.Some of the major recent policy modifications (approved / under consideration)are as given under:
Guidelines for Allowing Motels in Rural Zones/Green Belt and Commercial Zones on National Highways and Inter-State Roads in GNCTD
The above notification was issued on 16.6.99. It permits setting of Motels in Rural zones / Green Belt and in Commercial Zones on National Highways and inter-state roads (defined to mean a road which directly connects the National Capital Territory with a neighbouring state) of a minimum width of 20 mts. or service roads running parallel to them.
Mixed Land Use(Permissible Mixed Land Use)
According to Gazette Notification amending Master Plan of Delhi
(2001), mixed use is allowed in the residential areas in the following
Non-Permissible Mixed Land Use
Permissible Additions/Alterations in DDA Flats Permissible Additions/Alterations in DDA Flats
Further, the following items have been permitted, on submission
of the detailed drawings by the allottee, duly certified by Registered
Architect and qualified Structure Engineer.
To simplify and expedite the procedure for approvals in such cases,
Architects registered with Council of Architecture under Architects
Act, 1972, have been given the authority to certify plans for their
correctness regarding original construction as well as proposals
being in conformity with building by-laws and to the guidelines
Once the plans with all the documents certified by the Architects
and the Structural Engineer and fees are submitted, they will be
taken on record and treated as permitted.
A Building Plan Fee of Rs. 200/- will be charged for processing
the plans, irrespective of covered area involved. In addition to
this, a charge of Rs. 450/- per square meter will be levied for
additional covered area proposed to be constructed.
To ensure structural safety and proper construction, the Certificate
of Supervision by Architect and Structural Engineer is mandatory,
along with an indemnity bond for structural stability. This will
not be required by those who have given NOC only.
Suggested Measures for Resettlement of Squatters
The Building Bye-laws for Delhi was notified in 1983 and had subsequently been amended from time to time. The BBL 1983 had gone through revision following the measures to ensure ‘Ease of Doing Business’.
Accordingly, The Unified Building Bye-Laws for Delhi-2016 was notified vide S.O. 1191(E) dated 22.03.2016.
Subsequent amendment to the UBBL 2016 was notified vide S.O. 1053 (E) dated 5th April 2017.
Various initiatives are taken to enhance “Ease of Doing Business” in construction sector and in this regard introduction of concept such as Common Application Form , Risk based Inspection and Common Occupancy-Cum Completion Form were also introduced.
Based on the decision of MoEF&CC, Environment Clearance (EC) for buildings having built up area up to 1,50,000 sqm, have been integrated in the building sanctioning procedure wherein no separate EC from MoEF&CC is needed. Instead, the concerned building sanctioning authority has to ensure compliance with the required environment standards for such buildings. Some of the salient features are:
Risk-Based Classification has been adopted for all types of buildings.
The maximum time limit for granting building permit by the local bodies has been reduced to 30 days.
Simplified procedure for sanctioning of Government building plans has been introduced.
The number of documents to be submitted for obtaining building permit has been reduced.
The fees and charges to be deposited through a automated calculator and single payment gateway.
Approval/ NOC by agencies outside the local bodies such as ASI/NMA, DFS, AAI, MoEF&CC, DUAC, HCC, DMRC, etc. are integrated with online building sanctioning procedure. The colour-coded maps showing areas of the external agencies are made available online building permit process.
New chapters in UBBL – 2016:
a. Procedure and Documentation for ‘Saral’ ’Scheme for Small Residential Plots. (Plot area upto 105 sqm)
b. Procedure and Documentation for Single Window Plan Sanction and Completion.
c. Provisions for High Rise Development.
d. Provisions for Structural Safety, Natural Disaster, Fire and Building Services.
e. Provisions for Green Buildings.
f. Provisions for Universal Design for Differently Abled, Elderly and Children.
g. “SWACCH DELHI”-Provisions for Public Washroom Complexes.
h. Provisions for Public Art.
For submission of Building Permits and UBBL 2016, click ONLINE PUBLIC SERVICE > ONLINE BUILDING PERMIT
Traffic & Transportation is the lifeline of city metabolism. The DDA is responsible for the overall planning and strategies of traffic and transport in the city along with other concerned agencies such as Public Works Department (PWD), Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD), New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), Transport dept., GNCTD, Ministry of surface transport (MOST), DMRC, NHAI etc.
Policies in respect of Urban Development , Development Areas, Buildings Bye-Laws, Mixed Land Use, Housing, Transport, and Infrastructure Development etc.