DDA cautions people against fictitious housing schemes under land policy
New Delhi: As the economic offence wing recently registered cases against some of the developers and promoters for luring people into fictitious housing schemes under the land policy, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has cautioned people and urged them to visit their website to enquire about land pooling schemes before going ahead.
“Any person interested or being given promise of any land/apartments under any land pooling scheme must go through the instructions and details about the DDA’s land pooling policy so as to safeguard public interest and avoid any trap by fraudsters floating/advertising false and fictitious land pooling schemes,” said an official.
The DDA is presently inviting online applications from the landowners for expressing willingness to participate in land pooling schemes in K-I, L, N, P-II and J zones falling in 95 urbanised villages having 109 sectors.
It was cleared that a sector would qualify for the next step of implementation of the scheme, if minimum 70 per cent contiguous land is made available through pooling and all the landowners form a consortium on issue of notice by DDA.