DDA Launches Housing Scheme 2019
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has launched its housing scheme for 2019 on January 18 for the sale of over 20,000 flats. Most of these units will be for the middle-income groups (MIG), the low-income groups (LIG) and the economically-weaker sections.
In the first phase, around 1,250 1BHK flats, located across Narela, Ramnagar Colony and Seeraspur, are up for sale. These units will be allotted on a first-come-first-served basis and can be booked through the DDA's online portal (https://www.ddaonlineflt.in) by paying the initial amount. The registration amount for 1BHK is Rs 15,000 and Rs 10,000 for Janta flat
According to DDA officials, the newly-constructed flats will be better designed and more spacious when compared to the previous offerings.
Amenities on offer
- These flats are in compliance with the latest earthquake-resistant technology that can withstand earthquakes measuring 8.5 on the Richter scale.
- The societies will be equipped with a local sewage treatment plant, RO-treated water for drinking and multilevel underground parking.
- The complexes will have high-rise housing, following the National Building Code, 2016. The code also looks into construction norms such as minimum room size, dimension, building column spots, parking rules, the height of buildings and corresponding to floor area ratio, and evacuation measures at a time of emergency.
- The applicant must be a citizen of India and should have completed 18 years of age as on the date of submitting the application.
- The applicant must not own any dwelling unit (including residential plot) or flat in full or in part on leasehold or freehold basis in Delhi, New Delhi or Delhi Cantonment, either in their own name or in the name of their spouse or in the name of any of the dependent relations, including unmarried children.
- Spouses can apply for flats independently, subject to certain conditions.
- One person can submit one application only either in their own name or as a joint applicant.
- A person who has already been allotted a plot or flat by the DDA or any other land owning agency in Delhi, irrespective of size, cannot apply for another flat under the scheme.
- There is no income criteria, except for applicants applying under the EWS category. The income of applicants applying for EWS flats should not exceed Rs 1 lakh per annum.
- The applicant should have a bank account and PAN.
- In case of a joint application under war widows, persons with disabilities, former servicemen reserved categories, the applicant itself should fall within the reserved category and the joint applicant should be from the family.
All eligible allottees may take benefit under Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Housing for All (Urban).
How to apply for Online Running Scheme 2019
1. Visit https://www.ddaonlineflt.in
2. Select locality, sector and pocket to reserve your flat.
3. Check the number of vacant flats in the block. Click on continue to start selecting.
4. You can select the flat according to your availability. The flats are coded in four colours- green, red, yellow and black. While flats marked green are available for purchase, red are sold. On the other hand, yellow-marked flats are on hold and black are reserved.
5. Once you choose the flat you want to buy, you will be given 30 minutes to complete the transaction.
6. Confirm your choice to check the layout of the selected flat, application money and tentative cost.
7. Once you confirm the details, you will be prompted with the option if you are already registered. If yes, you can log in with your credentials. If not, you will have to create a new user login and fill in all the details. Submit the information.
8. You will be redirected to a payment gateway to pay the registration amount. After registration process balance amount is to be deposited within 90 days from the date of issue of the demand letter, otherwise registration amount will be forfeited.