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Government of India Ministry of Works & Housing
(Nirman Aur Awas Mantralaya)
Delhi Division Nirman Bhawan
New Delhi – 110011.
No. K-I 101 1/12/81-DDI8 Dated: l2thOctober, 1982.
The Lieutenant ‘Governor,
Subject :- Amendment in the Government of India’s Order of May, 1961 containing the scheme of Large Scale Acquisition, Development and Disposal of land in Delhi.
In partial modification of the Scheme of Large Scale Acquisition, Development and Disposal of land as laid down in Ministry of Home affairs letter No. F37/1 6/60 Delhi (i) dated the 2nd May, 1961 , amended from time to time, the President has been pleased to decide that the scheme be modified further to the extent Indicated in the subsequent paragraphs.
1. Allotment of land to Public Sector Enterprises
(i) The land may be allotted to the public sector enterprises for building their offices I staff quarters at pre-determined market rates fixed by this Ministry from time to time.
(ii) Allotment of land to public enterprises would be made only after a decision is taken by Government that the unit concerned need not be shifted out of Delhi.
(iii) The applications for allotment of land to public sector enterprises should be sent to this Ministry though the Bureau of Public Enterprises for the “screening” of the requirements. The applications will then be scrutinized by this Ministry and the area to be allotted will be decided and Indicated to the DDA for allotment. The quantum of land to be allotted to each public sector enterprise for residential purposes will be determined by the number of dwelling units required to maintain a reasonable satisfaction level.
(iv) In the case of allotment of land for residential purposes, the land will be allotted to public sector enterprises in the Group Housing residential pockets developed by the DDA for putting up staff Quarters on Group Housing patterns.
(v)The above allotment will be made having regard to the availability of land to meet various Group Housing programmes, including the requirements of Cooperative Group Housing Societies.
(vi) In the event of the buildings constructed by the public sector enterprises on the land allotted by the DDA becoming surplus to their requirements, the manner of disposal of such buildings shall be decided by the administrative Ministry concerned in consultation with this Ministry.
2. Allotment of land to State Government and their Undertakings. The land may be allotted to State Governments and their undertakings at pre-determined market rates fixed by this Ministry from time to time. The allotment will be made after each request is screened by this Ministry and in the event of the buildings constructed becoming surplus to the requirements of the State Governments or the requirements of the State Governments or their undertakings, the manner of disposal of such buildings shall be decided by this Ministry.
3. Allotment of land to Central Government departments/ organisations entirely owned or funded by the Central Government.
(i)Land may be allotted to the Central Government departments and organisations entirely owned or funded by the Central Government at the same rates as are applicable to them when they are allotted land by this Ministry.
(ii) The allotment of land will be made to the above departments / organisations only after their requirements are screened by this Ministry and after a decision has been taken by the Government that the units need not be shifted out of Delhi, and are to be allowed to function from Delhi.
4.Allotment of land for housing schemes financed wholly or partially from the Group Insurance / Savings Funds for the benefit of the members of the Central Government Employees Group insurance Scheme 1980, at pre-determined rates as fixed for Cooperative Group Housing Societies by the D.D.A. Land may be allotted for housing schemes financed wholly or partially from the Group Insurance / Savings Funds for the benefit of the members of the Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme, at pre-determined rates fixed for Co-operative Group Housing Societies by the DDA.
5.Allotment of land to Co-shares of joint ancestral properties whose share in the property is less than 80 Sq. Yds.
The Co-shares of joint ancestral properties, whose share in the property is less than 80 sq. yds., whether the property is in a congested area or otherwise and who do not own any plot! house in the Union Territory of Delhi, be made eligible to bid in auction of residential plots and also to obtain plots/flats through Cooperative House Building Societies/Group Housing Societies in the colonies developed under the scheme of Large Scale Acquisition, Development and Disposal of land in Delhi, provided that they will not be entitled to allotment of another plot of
land or become members of Cooperative Housing Societies / Group Housing Societies, if they are already allotted a plot / flat by the D.D.A.Transfer of plot I flat purchased from the D.D.A.
The present restriction that persons can not transfer plots / flats purchased from the DDA before the expiry of 10 years, should be removed in the case of build up flats and the plots which are constructed upon. The eligibility criterial for the purchase of plots / flats from the DDA should be amended to include a condition that the persons who have been allotted the plots / flats, during the period of 10 years prior to the date of application for another plot / flat, will not be eligible for the same.
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