DDA New Housing scheme: The Delhi Development Authority will be putting up nearly 13,000 flats for re-sale in January. The flats, most of which are one-bedroom flats, were given up by the allottees since they found the flats small in size. The previous allotment was made in 2014.
Under DDA New Housing Scheme, 13,000 flats will be put up for sale
The decision of the re-sale was taken by consensus in a meeting on Friday. Some of the alterations were made in the guidelines for the allottees. Earlier, the allottee was not allowed to resale the flat up until a time period of five years. As of now, there will be no such rule.
Out of the 13000 flats, 11000 LIG flats will be given at the old rates, i.e. the rates of the year 2014. Also, in case the allottee changes his/her mind regarding the purchase of the flat, the registration amount will not be refunded to him in future.
“These measures have been taken to dissuade people from surrendering the flats. We will sell the LIG flats at old rates. We are hopeful this will encourage people to apply for the scheme.”
-said JP Aggarwal, Principal Commissioner at Delhi Development Authority
It is said that the DDA might add another 300 flats to the total number of flats being put up for sale in January. The flats are being sold at the old rates since it is believed that it will encourage more applicants to apply for the purchase of flats. These flats are located in Dwarka, Rohini, Siraspur, Narela, Jahangirpuri and a few other places.