DDA (Delhi Development Authority) initiated its housing activities way back in 1967 and since then have provided affordable housing to millions of families. On March 7, 2019 DDA launched 18000+ housing units in the categories, including Lower Income Group (LIG), Medium Income Group (MIG) & High Income Group (HIG). However, there are 6000 units which are still under construction so the hope is still high for the lucky 6000 families. DDA will be including 7500 additional flats by 2019 over and above 10,300 which were earlier announced. The primary focus of DDA 2019 scheme is to focus more on Economically Weaker Sector (EWS) and Medium Income Group (MIG) of the society. The Online Application for the Scheme will start from 25th March, 2019.
DDA Housing Scheme 2021
|High Income Group (HIG)||Rs. 2 lakh|
|Medium Income Group (MIG)||Rs. 1 lakh|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||Rs. 25000|
|Low Income Group (LIG)||Rs. 15000|
|Janta Flat||Rs. 10000|
Note: Mentioned registration fee may vary as per the applicant’s profile, so to check the exact fee the applicant can visit DDA’s official website.
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On Feb 25 2019, DDA has passed a proposal of 10300 flats in Narela and Vasant Kunj. Approximately there are 960 flats for EWS at Narela; 8383 LIG flats at Narela and Vasant Kunj; 579 MIG flats at Vansant Kunj; 448 HIG flats at Vasant Kunj. Interested applicants can fill in the application form online and the draw filing process will start from March 25, 2019. People applying for MIG or HIG 3 BHK flats will have to deposit Rs. 2 lakh as the registered fee. For applicants desiring 1 BHK will have to pay Rs. 1 lakh as registration fees and Rs. 25000 for Economically Weaker Section (EWS). For Janta Flat the registration fee is Rs. 10000 and for LIG its Rs. 15000.
DDA Housing Scheme Eligibility Criteria
|Age||Minimum 18 years|
|Application||One per person|
|Property Ownership||Applicant must not own any residential house or plot in full or in part New Delhi, Delhi or Delhi cantonment in his/her own name, neither his/her wife/husband/minor dependent children|
|Applicant(s)||Both husband and wife can apply, if eligible|
Note: An individual who has already been allotted a flat constructed by DDA or any other land/owning agency, even if it is less than 66.9 sq. mtrs, he/she will not be eligible for allotment under any of the DDA schemes.
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Documents Requirements for DDA Housing Flats
Identity Proof: PAN Card (Mandatory), Aadhar Card (Optional), Voter ID, Passport
Income Proof: Last 2 years Income Tax Return (ITR)
Residence Proof: Government card, driving license, passport, voter ID, water bill, electricity bill, telephone bill
Financial year relevant documents to identify the people belonging to Scheduled Caste (ST), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Physically Handicapped or other categories which get reservation
DDA Housing Scheme Application form and Submission
Several financial institutions, including SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI bank, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Central Bank of India and Yes Bank have the application brochure/forms that can be collected as per their respective office timings. Application forms can also be downloaded from their official website and can be submitted online, as well.
DDA has also proposed construction of socio-cultural centers in various places in Delhi that include Mayur Vihar, Rohini, Bhikaji Cama Place, Basant lok, Shahdara and Nehru Place. This scheme also proposes the beautification of Delhi and heritage building’s preservation. Nine years ago DDA launched 2300 HIG and MIG houses were offered in places like Dwarka, Rohini, Pitampura, Mukherjee Nagar and Motia Khan. In 2014, almost 500 MIG flats located in Narela that were offered in the draw were returned by the allottees due to lack of infrastructure facilities.
About Delhi Development Authority (DDA)
Established in 1955, Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was formed under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act “to promote and secure the development of Delhi”. DDA undertakes several projects under housing, infrastructure, commercial and leisure markets. Its master plan was formed in 1962 to make sure the appropriate, organized and structured growth of Delhi. In 1967, DDA undertook the housing projects with focus on construction of houses and providing basic amenities, such as water and electricity supply, infrastructure facilities and sewage disposal. DDA acquires land for development in Delhi. DDA also undertakes construction, development and maintenance of various commercial properties, including hospitals, educational institutions, office and shopping complexes, clubs, and retail shops in local markets, etc.