The Delhi Development Authority has announced the draw result for the second phase of its housing scheme for 2019 on July 23, under which it offered over 10,294 low-income, middle-income and high-income group (LIG, MIG and LIG) flats in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj and Narela. The registration of these homes, which started on March 25, was ended on June 10.
How to check results of DDA Housing Scheme 2019
Applicants can view the live streaming available at the www.dda.org.in. The draw of lots will be based on the random number generation system. Interested applicants can also visit DDA headquarters, Vikas Sadan for checking the list. The list of successful applicants have also been uploaded on the DDA’s website.
Surrendering of flat: In case you plan to surrender or cancel your allotment, you will be charged a fee. The fee is:
|Time of surrender||Fee|
|From the date of the draw and upto 15th day from the date of issue of demand cum allotment letter||NIL|
|From the 16th day till 30th day from the date of issue of demand cum allotment letter||10% of the application money|
|From 31st day till 90th day from the date of issue of demand cum allotment letter||50% of the application money|
|After 90 days from the date of issue of demand cum allotment letter||Complete application money|
Once selected for allotment, the applicant will have to submit a set of documents, which include:
Location: Of the 18,000 flats, 8,383 will be in the LIG category; 7,700 in the EWS category; over 2,000 in the MIG category; and 448 in the HIG category. The HIG and MIG apartments will be sold in Vasant Kunj; LIG flats in Vasant Kunj and Narela; and EWS in Narela.
To invite more homebuyers, the DDA has introduced the concept of sample flats. The potential homebuyers could visit these sample flats to have a look and feel of what they will get at the time of possession.
These sample flats are open for a visit on all days, including, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm. To ensure easy commute for the visitors of the sample flats in Narela, the DDA also provides a shuttle bus service from the Jahangirpuri Metro Station every Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays.
Here’s a list of sample flats you could visit:
|Vasant Kunj/ HIG (3BHK)||Flat No 11, Block A1, Near E2 Pocket, Behind CNG Station, Mehrauli-Mahipalpur Road, Delhi|
|Vasant Kunj/ HIG (2BHK)||Flat No 14, Block A1, Near E2 Pocket, Behind CNG Station, Mehrauli-Mahipalpur Road, Delhi|
|Vasant Kunj/ MIG (2BHK)||Flat No 11, Block B3, Near E2 Pocket, Behind CNG Station, Mehrauli-Mahipalpur Road, Delhi|
|Vasant Kunj/ LIG (1BHK)||Flat No 12, Block B3, Near E2 Pocket, Behind CNG Station, Mehrauli-Mahipalpur Road, Delhi|
|Narela / MIG (2BHK) / Pkt 1B, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 102, First Floor, Block E, Pkt – 1B, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/MIG (2BHK) / Pkt 1C, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 105, First Floor, Block D, Pkt – 1C, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela /MIG (2BHK) / Pkt 1A, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 02, First Floor, Block D, Pkt – 1A, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/LIG (1BHK)Sector G7/G8||Flat No 54, Pocket 5, Block G, Sector G7/G8, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/EWS Sector G7/G8||Flat No 46, Pocket 5, Block A15, Sector G7/G8, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/EWS/ Pkt 1A, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 89, First Floor, Block A, Pkt – 1A, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/ EWS/ Pkt 1B, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 27, Ground Floor, Block B, Pkt – 1B, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
|Narela/ EWS/ Pkt 1C, Sector A1 to A4||Flat No 113, First Floor, Block E, Pkt – 1C, Sec. A1 to A4, Narela, Delhi|
Price: According to the DDA’s brochure, the highest price, which is of a 3-BHK flat in Vasant Kunj, goes up to Rs 1.7 crore while the cheapest one, a 29.77 sq-meter EWS unit in Narela, costs about Rs 10.4 lakh. However, now the DDA has reduced the price of the EWS units by 40 percent of the construction cost.
Size: The flats in MIG category will be of a 2BHK configuration with size ranging between 650-750 square foot (sqft) in plinth area. The HIG flats of 3BHK configuration will be 970 sqft in size.
Eligibility: Those applying for the scheme under the EWS category should not have an annual income more than Rs 3 lakh. Each applicant must have a valid PAN card. Additionally, each person can submit only one application, either in their name or as a joint applicant.
Application: Those planning to apply for this scheme will be able to do so on the DDA’s online portal (www.dda.org.in) starting March 25, by paying a registration fee. The last date of filing your registration has now been extended to June 10. The application fee and the price of the apartment can be deposited only through net banking.
Registration Fee: Applying for flats in the HIG and MIG categorry will attract a registration fee of Rs 2 lakh while for the LIG category the fee has been set at Rs 1 lakh. However, those opting for a flat under the EWS category, the fee is Rs 25,000. In case unsuccessful in the draw of lots, the applicants will be refunded this fee.
Important contact numbers
Deputy Director (Coordn.) Housing, Housing Department Vikas Sadan, INA, New Delhi Phone No.: 24661803, 24661810
After the successful launch of its 2019 scheme, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) plans to go premium in 2020. According to media reports, the authority will offer fully-furnished penthouses with terrace gardens under the new category of super high-income group (HIG) flats. These 4BHK penthouses will be fully-furnished duplex with terrace gardens, luxury fittings and other amenities. On the other hand, the super HIG flats will have three bedrooms with attached bathrooms and servant quarters.
The housing authority will be developing these penthouses at a residential complex in Sector 19B of Dwarka. The complex will have 11 residential towers housing 1,114 flats (932 HIG flats and 168 super HIG flats) and 14 penthouses.
Source: Makaan Website, Author: Gunjan Piplani
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