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DDA Identifies 7.5-Acre Silt Dumping Site In NarelaTo fasten the process of cleaning of sewers and better dumping facility of silt, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has picked up a 7.5-acre land in Narela to be used as silt dumping site. Although the area falls under the jurisdiction of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, the site will be managed by the east Delhi municipal authority.
Here Is How To Report Illegal Constructions In DelhiThe Delhi Development Authority’s recently launched app, DDA 311, which became live on July 8. According to media reports, about 1,600 complaints were filed using the app the day following the app going live. Here is a step-by-step guide for you to report an illegal construction that comes to your notice in the city.
'Delhi MCDs Used Parking, Conversion Charges To PayMore than Rs 2,000-crore funds collected by the Delhi MCDs for development of parking sites were diverted to other expenditures. The North Delhi Municipal Corporation used Rs 1,642.55 crore out of the Rs 1,772.13 crore, collected between 2006-17, as employee-related expenditure. On the other hand, the East Delhi Municipal Corporation used Rs 18.16 crore out of the Rs 49.95 crore, collected between 2012-17, as salaries.
Want To File A Complaint With DDA? Use Social MediaThe Delhi Development Authority has now marked its presence on social media and is giving out details on latest developments. The DDA has made its debut on both Facebook as DDAofficial and on Twitter as @official_DDA.
Delhi Grapples Amid Redevelopment, Pollution; EnviroA recent decision by the Delhi government, where the Forest Department had allowed the felling of about 17,000 full-grown trees as part of the redevelopment of central government housing projects in south Delhi, has sparked protests from citizens, activists and environmentalists. Although the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) has stated that ‘compensatory plantation’ of trees is being carried out in a ratio of 1:10, many environmentalists are not convinced as the saplings planted at a different location cannot substitute the huge tree cover which would be cleared away.