DDA Ensures To Provade Better Transport Facility In New Housing Scheme 2018

DDA Ensures To provade better transport facility  in New housing Scheme 2018

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) now plans to ensure adequate connectivity of public transport and other services in the areas where the flats are located under its new housing scheme.

The new housing scheme is expected to be launched by the end of March. Under the project, the authority will offer 13,000 stories in places like Sarita Vihar, Jasola, Dwarka, Pitampura, Sukhdev Vihar, Narela, Rohini, Jahangirpuri, Loknayakpuram, Dilshad Garden, Paschim Vihar, Bindapur and Mukherjee Nagar.

In fact, all these flats were offered in the previous schemes, but were later returned by the contractors due to poor construction, infrastructure and other facilities. A total of 11,544 apartments were delivered or the assignments were canceled for several reasons. Most of the apartments were one bedroom, living room and kitchen (BHK).

According to a senior DDA official, the agency plans to write to the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to improve the frequency of buses in these areas or introduce new routes into the colonies that are not yet on their map.

The official said the DTC should not have too much trouble with the DDA request since the bus service is already available in some places, and the corporation just needs to increase its frequency. “We will ask them to approve new routes or more buses on specific routes,” he said.

The DDA is planning to write to Mother Dairy to open milk, vegetable and fruit stands.

“As we are making every possible effort to launch the housing plan in March, we want to make sure there are better transportation services and public service outlets before we make the assignments. We have received feedback from various sectors regarding no Availability of grocery stores or milk booths in the immediate vicinity of some floors. In some places, the closest post to Mother Dairy was six kilometers away, “the official said.

He also said that the bidding process to start distributing stores in or around residential complexes has already begun. “We expect sellers to move well in time,” he said.

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