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DETAILS OF FLATS, TENTATIVE COST AND LOCALITY CODES

DETAILS OF FLATS, TENTATIVE COST AND LOCALITY CODES
S.No Locality Locality Code No. of Flats Approx Range of Pllnth Area (In Sqm) Broad Range of Tentative Disposal Cost (Rs./Lakh) Freehold Charges (Rs./Lakh)
A. Furnished Flats with Lifts (at Vasant Kunj D-6)*
1 One Bed Room ** 11 1285 54 – 58 34 – 37 0.25
2. Two Bed Room ** 12 548 81 – 152 51 – 96 0.52
3. Three Bed Room ** 13 876 173 – 176 110 – 112 0.62
B. Multi-Storyed-THREE BEDROOM FLATS
4 Mukherjee Nagar ** 21 336 127 – 178 58 – 81 0.47
5 Motia Khan ** 22 144 130 – 131 84 – 85 0.78
6 Jasola Sector – 9A ** 23 320 131 – 132 74 – 75 0.62
7 Dwarka Sector 18-B * ** 24 947 150 – 176 71 – 83 0.62
8 Rohini Sec.29 * ** 25 560 160 – 175 61 – 67 0.47
9 Pitampura 26 4 127 – 150 54 – 63 0.47
C. TWO BEDROOM FLATS
10 Kalyan Vihar ** 31 24 80 – 95 30 – 36 0.27
11 Vasant Kunj (HIG) 32 5 71 – 87 32 – 39 0.52
12 Rohini, Jahangir Puri, Pitampura 33 18 60 – 105 21 – 37 0.27
13 Sarai Khalil 34 2 78 36 – 36 0.45
14 Narela 35 2 70 – 110 26 – 41 0.27
D. ONE BEDROOM FLATS
15 Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Loknayak Puram 41 323 42 – 61 13 – 19 0.25
16 Zafrabad 42 2 42 – 61 13 – 18 0.07
17 Rohini 43 57 42 – 61 13 – 18 0.19
18 Narela 44 213 42 – 61 10 – 14 0.19
19 Dwarka Sec.14* ** 45 760 41 – 42 14 – 14 0.25
20 Rohini Sec.18, Blk F ** 46 300 46 – 49 15 – 16 0.19
21 Rohini Sec.28, Sec.29 ** 47 4260 42 – 49 11 – 13 0.19
22 Jasola, 10-B, Pk.12, Molar Band ** 48 1160 39 – 58 13 – 19 0.25
23 Dwarka Sec3, Pkt B&C, Sec.26 Pkt.B ** 49 1220 28 – 29 9 – 10 0.25
24 Kondli Gharoli ** 50 1830 31 – 32 10 – 10 0.07
E. EXPENDABLE-TYPE A
25 Narela 51 207 20 – 37 6 – 11 0.19
26 Dwarka, Bindapur 52 17 20 – 37 10 – 19 0.25
F. EXPENDABLE-TYPE B
27 Narela 61 98 50 – 80 18 – 28 0.27
28 Dwarka, Bindapur 62 56 50 – 80 30 – 48 0.35
G. JANTA/ONE ROOM TENEMENTS FLATS
29 Jasola, Nasirpur-Dwk # 71 533 20 – 25 5 – 6 -
30 Kondli Gharoli, Chilla, Trilokpuri, Shivaji Enclave # 72 94 20 – 25 4 – 5 -
31 Narela # 73 36 20 – 25 3 – 4 -

Note: **= Newly Constructed Housing Pockets,
* =Flats at advance stage of completion,
# = Registration amount Rs.50,000/-

Source – DDA.org.in (DDA Housing Scheme 2010 Brochure)

DDA SCHEME Nearly 1 lakh forms sold on Day 1

Posted by admin On November - 28 - 2010

DDA SCHEME Nearly 1 lakh forms sold on Day 1; Sale will continue till Dec 24

On Thursday morning, Saurabh Pandey (29), a senior executive with an MNC, braved the November chill and queued up outside a small, dingy window. Brushing shoulders with him was Sanjay Hargyan Singh (42), an autorickshaw driver.

The men were part of a crowd that thronged the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) headquarter, Vikas Sadan, to buy application forms for the DDA’s latest housing scheme.

Pandey, who will apply for the first time for a DDA flat, has been living in the Capital for the past nine years. Singh, who has spent all his life in Delhi, will be trying his luck for the fourth time to get that elusive DDA flat.

The latest housing scheme of the DDA 2010, the country’s biggest land developer, was launched on Thursday. From retired army officials to dhaba owners and housemaids to businessman -Delhiites from all walks of life had come to try their luck in the capital’s biggest lottery.

DDA flats are not luxurious but at least it gives you a chance to own a house in Delhi at affordable rates,“ said Pandey, who wants to buy a two-bedroom flat.

Though official figures were not available as forms were being sold from numerous branches of public sector and private banks, sources in DDA said that nearly one lakh forms were sold by Thursday evening.

“The figures will be available only in a few days,“ a DDA spokesperson said.

In the last DDA housing scheme in 2008, 10 lakh forms were sold and six lakh applications were submitted. The number of houses on offer back then were just 5,020.
This time, there are nearly 16,000 one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom flats on offer.

“The number of flats is huge this time and I hope there is a better chance of getting lucky in the draw of lots,“ said Keshav Bedi, who runs a restaurant.

The flats are located in areas like Vasant Kunj, Mukherjee Nagar, Motia Khan, Jasola, Dwarka, Rohini, Narela, Jaffarabad, Kondli and Gharoli.
Applicants will have to deposit Rs. 1.5 lakh as registration money, which is refundable.

Applications will be accepted till December 24 and the draw will be held by April 2011.
Brochures and forms are available at select branches of State Bank of India, IDBI bank, Axis Bank, HDFC bank, Central Bank of India, ICICI, and Union Bank Of India. The brochure is also available on the DDA website -www.dda.org.in.

Source – Hindustan Times

Who Can Apply For DDA Housing Scheme 2010

Posted by admin On November - 28 - 2010

Procedure to apply for DDA Housing Scheme 2010

Scheme includes One Bedroom / Two Bedroom / Three Bedroom / Expandable / Janta / One Room Tenement Flats

  1. The applicant applying for a DDA Flat under this scheme shall have to deposit the registration money of `1,50,000/- or `50,000/- (Janta/ORT only) as the case may be by a Single Banker’s Cheque/ Demand Draft of any bank drawn in favour of “DDA Housing” payable at Delhi/New Delhi. Applicants using downloaded form need to deposit separate draft/ banker cheque of `105/- (`100/- cost of form + `5/- D-Vat) in addition to `1,50,000/- or `50,000/- (Janta/ORT only) as the case may be. This Banker’s Cheque/Demand Draft has to be presented along with the application form completed in all respects on the prescribed form at one of the prescribed bank branches as mentioned in annexure B, on working days during the currency of the scheme. Duly filled up application can also be sent by registered post addressed to the Branch Managers of nodal bank branches as mentioned in annexure B to reach not later than 15 days before the last date of closure of the scheme. The envelope should be clearly marked “Application under DDA Housing Scheme 2010”. Payment by cheque, Multiple Bankers’ Cheque/ Demand Draft will not be accepted with the application form.
  2. Application forms will not be accepted after date of closure, in case it is found at any stage that the issue date of payment instrument is after the closure of the housing scheme, such applications would be summarily rejected and the applicant would be solely responsible for this, DDA would not entertain any such application in draw of lots.
  3. The applicant may give one or more preferences of his/her choice by writing locality codes, given in Annexure ‘A’, in appropriate box and put a cross (x) against the preferences not exercised. It is presumed that applicant has seen the locality before giving preference. If any box is left blank or preferences are not given in prescribed locality codes, form would be considered incomplete and would be rejected. No preference for sector/ pocket/ floor can be exercised by the applicant and no request for change of sector, pocket or floor shall be entertained by the DDA.
  4. The application form should be signed only by the applicant himself, who wants to get a flat under this Scheme. No applicant should make any cutting, erasing or overwriting in the application. In case a person desires to make changes, it is advised to obtain and fill up a fresh application.
  5. No conditional application form will be considered. Incomplete application forms shall be rejected summarily without conveying any reason to the applicant.
  6. Persons holding a registration with DDA under any of its other schemes can also apply under this scheme. They, however, have to make payment of Registration Amount of the scheme in full. They should separately make a written request for withdrawal of Registration Deposit of the earlier scheme once they are successful in this scheme.

Source – DDA.org.in

How to apply for DDA Flats 2010

Posted by admin On November - 28 - 2010

Procedure to apply for DDA Housing Scheme 2010

Scheme includes One Bedroom / Two Bedroom / Three Bedroom / Expandable / Janta / One Room Tenement Flats

  1. The applicant applying for a DDA Flat under this scheme shall have to deposit the registration money of `1,50,000/- or `50,000/- (Janta/ORT only) as the case may be by a Single Banker’s Cheque/ Demand Draft of any bank drawn in favour of “DDA Housing” payable at Delhi/New Delhi. Applicants using downloaded form need to deposit separate draft/ banker cheque of `105/- (`100/- cost of form + `5/- D-Vat) in addition to `1,50,000/- or `50,000/- (Janta/ORT only) as the case may be. This Banker’s Cheque/Demand Draft has to be presented along with the application form completed in all respects on the prescribed form at one of the prescribed bank branches as mentioned in annexure B, on working days during the currency of the scheme. Duly filled up application can also be sent by registered post addressed to the Branch Managers of nodal bank branches as mentioned in annexure B to reach not later than 15 days before the last date of closure of the scheme. The envelope should be clearly marked “Application under DDA Housing Scheme 2010”. Payment by cheque, Multiple Bankers’ Cheque/ Demand Draft will not be accepted with the application form.
  2. Application forms will not be accepted after date of closure, in case it is found at any stage that the issue date of payment instrument is after the closure of the housing scheme, such applications would be summarily rejected and the applicant would be solely responsible for this, DDA would not entertain any such application in draw of lots.
  3. The applicant may give one or more preferences of his/her choice by writing locality codes, given in Annexure ‘A’, in appropriate box and put a cross (x) against the preferences not exercised. It is presumed that applicant has seen the locality before giving preference. If any box is left blank or preferences are not given in prescribed locality codes, form would be considered incomplete and would be rejected. No preference for sector/ pocket/ floor can be exercised by the applicant and no request for change of sector, pocket or floor shall be entertained by the DDA.
  4. The application form should be signed only by the applicant himself, who wants to get a flat under this Scheme. No applicant should make any cutting, erasing or overwriting in the application. In case a person desires to make changes, it is advised to obtain and fill up a fresh application.
  5. No conditional application form will be considered. Incomplete application forms shall be rejected summarily without conveying any reason to the applicant.
  6. Persons holding a registration with DDA under any of its other schemes can also apply under this scheme. They, however, have to make payment of Registration Amount of the scheme in full. They should separately make a written request for withdrawal of Registration Deposit of the earlier scheme once they are successful in this scheme.

DDA Flats 2010 – Reservation Category

Posted by admin On November - 28 - 2010

RESERVATIONS

The details of reservations under this scheme are as given below:-

I. 17.5 % of the flats for persons belonging to Scheduled Castes.

II. 7.5% for applicants belonging to Scheduled Tribes. If adequate number of applications are not received from applicants belonging to ST category, remaining flats shall be disposed of in favour of applicants belonging to SC category and vice-versa.

III. 1% for war widows.

IV. 1% for physically handicapped persons; and

V. 1% for ex-serviceman.

Notes:

a. In case No(s) of flats in respect of reserved category comes to fraction i.e. less than 0.5 it would be rounded off to zero and if it is 0.5 or more it would be rounded off to one.

b. In case of application preferred in joint name under SC or ST reserved category, the joint applicant should also belong to the same category or should be in the blood relation or should be within the family as defined in Para 2.IV.

c. In case of application preferred in joint names under War Widows, Physically Handicapped, Exserviceman reserved category, the joint applicants should be from within the family as defined in Para2.IV or should be in the blood relation.

d. If requisite number of applications are not received from the above mentioned five categories, all remaining flats shall be offered to the persons of nonreserved categories.

Source – DDA.org.in

Documents to be submitted with DDA Application Form 2010

Posted by admin On November - 28 - 2010

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Which Documents are needed along with Application Form:-

(A) FOR ALL CATEGORIES

(i) Self attested Copy of PAN (Permanent Account Number), allotted by Income Tax Department.

(ii) Proof of residence e.g. self attested copy of passport or identity card or election card or ration card or driving license or telephone bill or electricity bill or water bill or house tax receipt or bank pass book (page carrying name and address) or CGHS card.

(iii) Self attested copy of bank Pass Book/ Statement of account mentioned in the application form.

(B) FOR RESERVED CATEGORY

In addition to (A) above, persons applying under any of the reserved categories have to submit:-

(i) An attested copy of the original certificate from the District Magistrate/Sub Divisional Magistrate of the area concerned in case the applicant belongs to the Reserved Category of SC/ST.

(ii) An attested copy of the original certificate issued by the Medical Board of a Govt. Hospital in case the applicant is applying under the reserved category of physically handicapped persons.

(iii) An attested copy of Discharge Certificate from the competent authority of Ministry of Defence / Dept. of Defence in case of Ex-serviceman. An attested copy of “Requisite Certificate” issued by the Ministry of Defence/Dept. of Defence, in case applicant comes under Reserved Category of war-widow.

(v) An applicant not submitting the requisite documents will not be considered for allotment under the Reserved Category and will be treated under the General Category.

Source – DDA.org.in

DDA Flats Scheme – From 25-Nov to 24-Dec-2010

Posted by admin On November - 20 - 2010

DDA Housing Scheme 2010 Launched -

From Vasant Kunj To Kondli, The DDA Flats Cover A Wide Price Range

Finally, Delhi Development Authority has announced what everyone has been waiting for. DDA’s mega housing scheme will be open from November 25 to December 24 this year. Around 16,000 flats will be offered for the draw. These are located all over Delhi in colonies like Vasant Kunj, Mukherjee Nagar, Motia Khan, Jasola, Dwarka, Rohini, Narela, Jaffarabad, Kondli and Gharoli besides other colonies.

The cost of construction of these flats ranges from Rs 1536 to Rs 6069 per square feet. The flats located at Vasant Kunj, which have been built according to higher specifications, will attract a higher price. The cost for the new scheme flats includes lumpsum maintenance charges for exteriors and common portions.

In order to make the DDA Flats accessible to all sections of society, there is a mix of onebedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom houses, expandable units and Janta one-room houses. It is for the first time that the one-room tenements located in Narela, Trilokpuri and Shivaji Enclave have been included in the scheme.

Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years can apply for the DDA flat provided he or she does not own any residential flat or plot in full or in part, on leasehold or freehold basis, in the capital either in his or her own name or in the name of his/her wife/husband or in the name of minor or dependent children.

Both husband and wife can apply but only one will be allotted a flat in case both are successful in the draw. One person can submit only one application form. There is no income criteria. The applicant can apply only if he has a valid pan card and a bank account.
For the first time, it has been made mandatory that the entire allotment money should be from the bank account of the allottee and a certificate to this effect will have to be submitted at the time of possession.

The applicant will have to deposit a registration fee of Rs 1.5 lakh. But for the Janta one-room tenement category, the amount is Rs 50,000. The cost of the form is Rs 105 and it will be available at various designated branches of the banks. The form details which have been provided in the brochure will be uploaded on the website of DDA on November 25.

The reservations for scheduled castes will be 17%, scheduled tribes 7.5%, one per cent for war widows, one per cent for the physically handicapped and one per cent for ex-Servicemen.

Drawing a lesson from last time when the draw came under a cloud, DDA says to ensure that the money is deposited by the allottee only, a copy of the pass book along with bank certificates will have to be given at the time of possession and it will also be sent to the income-tax department by DDA.

The draw will be held within a period of four months from the last date of closure of the scheme and, therefore, no interest will be paid for this period. Money will be refunded to unsuccessful applicants at the earliest, and in case the money is not refunded within four months time from the closure of the scheme, simple interest at the rate of 5% per annum will be paid. The refund as in the earlier scheme will be paid through the banks only.


News Update – 26-Nov-10

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

Applicants must read the terms & conditions given in the brochure carefully.

- Allotment will be on Freehold and on as-is-where-is basis. The title shall be transferred only when Conveyance Deed is executed in favor of the allotee.

- One Person can submit one Application only.

- Applicant must have a Permanent Account Number (PAN) allotted under the Income Tax Act and a Bank Account.

- Payment of Registration money as cost of the flat will have to be made only from Applicants Account through Banker’s Cheque / Demand Draft only.

- Please note that a copy of Demand-cum-Allotment letter of the successful applicant will be forwarded to the Commissioner, Income Tax, New Delhi.

- People are advised not to be misled or influenced by promises of assured allotment from unscrupulous persons / property dealers.

- People are urged to get all information about this Scheme only from DDA or its Authorized Banks.

- For any mis-representation or concealment of facts or if the amount is not paid from the allottees account or if any DDA property is found in the name of the applicant, in such cases, the allotment will be cancelled, amount forfeited and the applicant liable for legal action.

– Last date for submission of Application form is 24.12.2010.

For Brochure / Application Form

-          The prescribed Brochure along with Application Form can be purchased on payment of Rs.105/- (Rs.100/- cost of form + Rs.5/-D-Vat).

-          The Application Form will be available at selected branches of the Banks mentioned below:

  • Axis Bank Ltd.
  • HDFC Bank Ltd.
  • IDBI Bank Ltd.
  • ICICI Bank Ltd.
  • State Bank of India, Vikas Sadan, New Delhi
  • Central Bank of India, Vikas Sadan, New Delhi
  • Union Bank of India, Nehru Place, New Delhi