In an age when clean and regular water supply is a novelty, a Society in Dwarka shows us a ray of hope. Asha Deep Apartment has water supplied by Delhi Jal Board. Wait! The Society bore well is another source that ensures the seamless water supply. Asha Deep Apartment is a CGHS (Cooperative Group Housing Society) built on an area of 2 acres. The Society has 66 flats. All 3 BHK flats are divided into two towers, with 10 floors each. It has a big central park and a walking track. There are many facilities like 24 hours power backup, security, plumber service, washer man, electrician, gardeners and so on. The cooperative group for the Society was formed in the early eighties and the construction of the apartments was completed in 2000. Vice President of the Society, Col (retd), JN Pandey, says, “The name of our Society ‘Asha Deep Apartments’ is given around the concept of 'Ray of Hope’. The founder members were mostly from business class and they named it. Here people from all religions and castes live. We celebrate all the festivals together like a family. This is the beauty of our neat, tidy and compact Society." The Society offers facilities like a community library, table tennis room, billiards, badminton, chess, carom board for recreation.
The Society lies along Master Plan Roads 201 and Dabri-Dwarka. Many bus routes like 721, 803, 850, 764, 791, RL 75, RL 79, RL 77, 764, West Mudrika 768, 761 ply through the Society. The nearest bus stand is right in the front of the Society. The nearest Metro stations are in Sectors 9, 10 and 11. From Sectors 9 and 10, RTVs and autos can take you to the Society.
The security system of the Society consists of 32 CCTV cameras and 6 guards round the clock. Police verification is mandatory for new tenants, maids, and other people who work in the Society. A register maintains the entry and exit of the visitors.
The main park of the Society has a lush green cover and various types of plants and flowers. Children love to play around in the playground within the park. There are open spaces for residents to walk, a community library, table tennis, badminton court and cultural club in the Society.
The Society has a maintenance charge of Rs 2,500 (approx.) per month that covers security, common area lighting etc. The members have also taken the initiative to keep the periphery of the Society clean and green.