Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has again launched DDA Housing Scheme 2020 for 18,000 flats in Dwarka, Vasant Kunj, Rohini sector-34, Kalkaji in South Delhi. The flats offered under these schemes are for the economically weaker section. Around 21000 flats are offered under this scheme. Other flats for the higher-income groups, penthouse, etc are also offered by Delhi Development Authority (DDA). So in this article we have covered all the important details related to flat offered by Delhi Development authority like eligibility criteria, documents required, etc
About DDA Housing Scheme 2020
As informed by the officials of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) this year DDA housing scheme will be announced in May 2020. This time along with flats for economically weaker sections DDA will also offer super high income group flats in Dwarka sector 19B. The super high income group flats will comprise of three bedroom with attached bathroom. DDA will also offer high income group and middle income group flats in Jasola, Narela and Rohini. There will be around 1,114 luxury flats, 14 penthouse, 168 super high income group flats, 932 high income group flats and 11 number of residential towers.
Key Highlights of DDA Housing Scheme 2020
|Article about||DDA Housing Scheme|
|Launched by||Delhi Development Authority|
|Beneficiaries||Citizens of India|
|Objective||To Provide Flats|
|Scheme Availability||Soon Available|
Objectives Of DDA Housing Scheme 2020
- The main objective of this Scheme is to provide flats to people
Amenities of DDA Flats
- Lush Greenery
- Children’s Park,
- 24/7 CCTV surveillance,
- Parking lots
Penthouses and Super HIG flat features
- Built-in terrace gardens
- 4-bedrooms, each with attached bathroom
- Fully-furnished luxury fittings
- Fully-furnished Duplexes with terrace garden
HIG Flats Features
- 3-bedrooms, each with attached bathrooms
- Servant quarters
- Green Building concept, having solar heating, organic waste disposal, and energy-efficient lighting
Registration Charges for DDA Housing Scheme
- LIG- Rs 1 lakh
- MIG & HIG- Rs 2 lakh
- Janta Flat- Rs 10,000
- 1BHK- Rs 15,000
- EWS- Rs 25,000
Eligibility Criteria for DDA Housing Scheme 2020
To avail the benefits of this scheme the following eligibility criteria has been decided:-
- The applicant or person applying for the flat under DDA scheme should be an Indian citizen.
- Next essential criteria is that the applicant should be the age of 18 or above.
- Neither the applicant or the applicant’s wife/husband/minor dependent children should be owning any house in New Delhi, Delhi or Delhi Cantonment area.
- In case an individual has been allotted a flat or house constructed by DDA, then that individual is not eligible for further benefit under any scheme.
Documents Required for DDA Housing Scheme
Following is the list of documents that are required to apply for this scheme:-
- Filled application form
- Id proof: Aadhar, PAN card (Mandatory)
- Registration fee as per flats requirement
Application Procedure of DDA Housing Scheme
- Go to the official website of DDA
- On the registered email of the applicant, the User ID and Password will be sent.
- Applicant have to login in their account with that User ID and Password
- After login into the account, the applicant can download the DDA for and fill their information by uploading photographs and signature.
- The later applicant can make the payment of the fees through any online mode.
- Download the acknowledgment slip and keep it for the future.
There are some banks which are tied with DDA for its housing scheme. Individual can buy the form from DDA sales counter or from the banks listed below :
- Bank of Baroda
- Axis bank
- Kotak Mahindra bank
- Central bank
- Canara bank
- Syndicate Bank
- Yes bank
- IDBI bank
- State bank of India
- HDFC bank
- ICICI bank
Some Features of DDA Housing Scheme
- For DDA Flats scheme applicants must be the age of 18 or above.
- There must be a flat or any other residential property in Delhi in the name of the Applicant /spouse/dependent child name.
- Only one allotment will be retained if both husband and wife applied for the scheme and successful for the allotment.
- If there’s a jointly own property the share of the applicant should be less than 66.9 meters.
- If someone availed the house/flat under the DDA scheme or any other agency even if it’s less than 66.9 meters they should not be eligible for the scheme.