The authority said that the housing scheme was going to be launched on January 2, 2021 and applications under the scheme would be received till February 16, 2021. The scheme comprises 1,354 flats, including 254 HIG flats spread over 162 to 167 square metres and costing between Rs 1.9 and 2.1 crore. Of these, 215 flats are in Jasola, located near the Jasola Vihar-Shaheen Bagh Delhi Metro station.
The costliest flats sold by DDA till date were the Rs 1.7 crore HIG flats in Vasant Kunj F Block, which were part of the housing scheme launched in 2019.
The total number of two-bedroom, Middle Income Group (MIG) flats is 757, out of which 352 flats are located in Dwarka Sector 19-B and 348 in Dwarka Sector 16-B that are spread over 120 to 130 square metres with price ranging between Rs 1.1 and 1.2 crore. There are also some other MIG flats located in areas like Vasant Kunj.
Though DDA officials had earlier said that there would be no one-bedroom, Lower Income Group (LIG) flats, the final scheme has 52 of these and scattered over locations across the capital, including Rohini, Dwarka Sector-23, Kondli Gharoli and Narela. The area of these flats ranges between 33 and 47 square metres and the price varies between Rs 21.4 and Rs 23.5 lakh. There are also 276 flats meant for economically weaker sections, located in Manglapuri in Dwarka that are part of the scheme.
“All the flats are completely constructed and ready for disposal. The quality of construction of the flats is at par with the best private developers in NCR, the location is extremely good and these are all freehold properties,” said a DDA official.
The scheme will be launched online through newly developed ‘AWAAS’ software of DDA.