New Delhi: The Delhi Development Authority on Wednesday conducted draw for allotment of 1,353 flats across different locations in Delhi under the Housing Scheme 2021. A panel of three independent observers headed by a retired High Court judge supervised the draw.
After the completion of the draw, the result was uploaded on DDA's website. The allotment of flats was made to 1,353 applicants. A waiting list of 338 applicants have also been drawn by the draw. These applicants in waitlist would be allotted flats in case of cancellation/surrender of flats by the main allottees.
The registration money of all the unsuccessful applicants will be refunded within 15 days. The surrendered flats will be allotted to applicants in waitlist through the draw process. They would be required to deposit registration money again.
For the first time, the entire process of the scheme i.e application, payment, issue of demand letters to successful applicants, cancellation and refund of money, etc has been made online and applicants have to visit DDA office only once.
A total number of 22,752 applications were received for 253 HIG, 757 MIG, 52 LIG and 291 EWS/Janta flats located in Dwarka, Jasola, Vasant Kunj, among others.