• DDA L Zone

    As per Master Plan for Delhi-2021, L zone covers an area of 21933 ha. The zone is situated in the South West Delhi and is bounded by Delhi Rohtak Railway line in the North, existing H T line and zone 'K' mainly comprising of Dwarka Sub-City, in the East and the National capital territory of Delhi boundary on its southern and western sides.The other USPs of the area is its close proximity to the IGI Airport, the Gurgaon Business District, 186 acre golf course, a world class tourist complex, Dwarka Expressway, AIIMS II, the forthcoming second diplomatic enclave, KMP Expressway etc.It is proposed that zone should be planned for 20 lakh populations in view of constraint of physical infrastructure. The employment generation in this zone shall be mainly in the form of the Trade and Commerce, whole sale markets and Hi-tech industries. As per the Master Plan, 15% of the Urbanizable area of the zone is to be kept under the green / recreational activities. This will include the City Park/ District Park and Community Park.

    In zone L a new road network has been proposed consisting of major road of 80m road r/w of length about 19km on the southern side of the 400KV tower line. 60 m road of length 27 km and 45 m ROW road of length 151km 30m ROW road of length 12km. Along the important main movement corridor i.e. MRTS corridor, major roads, i.e. 80 m and 60 m wide road, Urban Design aspect shall be considered at appropriate places. The tall buildings and the urban form shall be worked out in preparation of detailed plans.

  • BACKGROUND:

    The Zonal Development Plan is prepared under the provisions of Master Plan for Delhi and as per Delhi Development Act, 1957. It provides a link between the Master Plan and lay-out plans. According to Master Plan for Delhi -2021, notified on 07.02.07 National Capital Territory of Delhi has been divided into 15 planning zones. Out of these, 8 Zones (A to H) cover existing Urban Area as shown in the Land Use Plan. Zone ‘O’ covers River Yamuna and the remaining 6 zones (Zone J to P) are part of Urbanisable Area.

    OBJECTIVE:

    Delhi Development Act, 1957 under section-8 provides for the preparation of the zonal development plan. Zonal Development Plan is required to detail out the policies of the MPD-2021 and serve as link between the Master Plan and the various lay out plans. This zonal plan is to provide directions and basic guidelines for preparation of detailed schemes / projects, and plans, e.g. site plans, local area plans and ward plans etc. It shall also indicate the land for public-private-partnership and other models of land assembly and development as per the provisions of MPD-2021.

    The basic objectives of Zonal Plan for Planning of Zone ‘L’ are:
    i) To provide adequate shelter along with physical & social infrastructure for assigned population.
    ii) To provide work centers
    iii) Conservation of environment.
    iv) Public, Private and Community participation to remove bottleneck and delay in the assembly of land through mix of land acquisition and the new assembly techniques involving public , private sector (land owner).
    v) Redevelopment of existing built up area regularization of existing unauthorised colonies as per the policy of the Government with the objectives to provide basic infrastructure and to improve the environment by development of proper road width, parking facilities, community facilities.
    vi) Integration of transport network with the other parts of the city.

  • Highlights – MPD 2021

    The Master Plan for Delhi (MPD)-2021, notified by the Central Government states that while it may not be possible to make an accurate forecast, the expectation is that the population of Delhi may range between 230 to 240 lakh in the year 2021, and also that the requirement of land, provision of infrastructure, transportation etc should be planned for the projected population of 236 lakh. The major strategies provided in MPD-2021 to meet the requirement of housing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi include:

    PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION
    The land pooling policy of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) promises to radically change the way land is acquired and developed in the Capital. Named ‘policy on public-private-partnership in land assembly and development in Delhi’, it will allow the entry of the private sector in this zone.

    EMPHASIS ON GROUP HOUSING This policy aims to promote the cooperative living style to ensure the optimal utilization of land.

    REMOVING UNNECESSARY CONTROLS
    Now government has decided to remove unnecessary controls (like height) for optimum utilization of land and to facilitate creation of ‘signature’ projects. Enhancement of ground coverage, FAR and height for all categories of residential plots is on the cards

    FARM HOUSE POLICY
    Under MPD-2021 the Delhi Development Authority has approved one-acre of land for constructing country homes (Farm Houses) in the new development zones. Villages which are located on the periphery of the Capital are identified as low density residential areas. There are 27 villages in this category and it was declared that it will be developed as an integrated urbanized area.

    RECREATIONAL AREAS & OTHER FACILITIES
    Coverage to be to the extent of 15-20% of the total land use. This could motivate contemporary projects affording better amenities and 'green cover' to be developed. Elaborate provisions have been made for the Development of community / facility centres along major transport corridors and networks, Integrated Freight Complexes and wholesale Markets, Provisions for service and repair activities etc.

    TRANSPORTATION
    • MRTS - Both Road and rail based. Greater efficiencies and benefits through a Unified Metro Transport Authority
    • Restructuring of existing transportation network through expressways, elevated roads, arterial roads, distributor roads and relief roads. Planning and development of new roads in and around Delhi will decongest Delhi roads and aid smooth flow of traffic.
    • Provision for introducing cycle tracks, pedestrian and disabled friendly features in arterial and sub-arterial roads.
    • Development of multi-level and underground parking space.
  • FACILITIES

    Recreational :
    Amusement park, Sub city Park (2 Nos), Multipurpose ground (2 Nos), District Park (4 Nos), Multipurpose ground (4 Nos) Community Park (20 Nos), Multipurpose ground (20 Nos), Road side Green Belt, Green around Villages, Water Bodies, Wood lands on Gram Sabha land of villages MAP

    Public & Semi Public :
    Hospital A (4 Nos), Hospital B (8 Nos), Hospital C (20 Nos), Hospital D (20 Nos), Medical College (1 Nos), Nursing and para medical institute (1Nos).

    Education :
    Vocational Training Institute (1 Nos), Professional College (4 Nos), General College (4 Nos), University Campus (1 Nos).

    Security & Staff :
    Police Station (8 Nos), District Jail (1 Nos), Fire Station (12 Nos), Fire Training College (1 Nos), Disaster Management Centre (1 Nos). Socio – Cultural :
    Science Centre (1 Nos), Banquet Hall (20 Nos), Multipurpose community hall (20 Nos), Recreation club (4 Nos), Community Recreation club (20 Nos), Burial Ground/ Cemetery, Cremation Ground.

    Sports :
    Sports Centre (2 Nos), Sports Centre (4 Nos), Sports Centre (20 Nos).

    Communication :
    Head post office with administrative office (2 Nos), Telephone Exchange (2 Nos)

    Commercial :
    District Centre (4 Nos), Community Centre