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House Design : 3 D perspective Views

January 12, 2012
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January 12, 2012
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DDA may lose its monitoring role over all housing activities in Delhi

January 11, 2012

DDA may lose its monitoring role over all housing activities in Delhi…….

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Delhi Development Authority (DDA) could soon lose its monitoring role over all housing activities in the national capital. The finance ministry has initiated work on creating a new regulator for the capital’s housing sector to replace the DDA, which currently acts as a regulator, a housing board as well as a builder.

The move is likely to face resistance from the DDA which has prepared an ambitious 2021 Master Plan for Delhi that entails planned development of 202 square kilometers to make the capital a global metropolis. The urban development ministry is currently reviewing the Master Plan and considering the issue of appointing regulators for urban governance which could include one to oversee land development authorities.

Top finance ministry mandarins met senior officials of the DDA, the home ministry and the ministry of housing and urban poverty alleviation last week to kick-start the exercise to divest DDA of its conflicting regulatory roles. “Obviously, the authority is not going to be pro-active about this, so the government will have to drive the change,” said a senior official close to the development.

Land acquisition and allocation by housing boards or urban development bodies generally come under state governments’ purview, but the central government has administrative control over the DDA. The DDA acquires land, develops it and allots it for commercial and housing purposes. It is also in charge of making institutional allotments of land for hospitals, clubs, schools, colleges and religious institutes.

The committee on allocation of natural resources, chaired by former finance secretary Ashok Chawla, had urged the government to ‘immediately’ constitute a regulatory body for the housing sector to take over the monitoring and oversight functions from DDA to bring transparency.

The committee’s report, submitted to the Group of Ministers on tackling corruption in June 2011, had said that the presence of a regulator would help provide sufficient housing at reasonable costs with government realising the true value of its land holdings. Pushing for more transparency, the natural resources’ allocation panel had asked that DDA must be asked to put up an ‘Asset statement’ on its website disclosing all lands and assets under its custody.

It had also mooted a centralized land data bank with complete ownership details with the use of satellite images for tracking encroachments and actual land use.
Such a system, with real time updates of all property transactions, will not only improve government revenue collections but also expose the scourge of benami properties in the capital. There are several lacunae in the way the DDA currently functions, often short changing the government’s coffers.

Source : Times of India, Delhi
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MCD order to hit basement development in Delhi

January 11, 2012

Following recent cases of building collapse due to digging of basements in adjoining premises, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has made it mandatory to leave a two-metre space from the adjacent building for excavation of basements in residential colonies. Experts and MCD officials, however, say this order will make it impossible for most house owners to develop basements.

MCD order to hit basement development in Delhi

The Master Plan of Delhi-2021 allows wall-to-wall digging of basements. But MCD officials say people often don’t take necessary precautions to ensure the safety of neighbouring buildings. In his order dated December 26, 2011, MCD’s additional commissioner (engineering), Manish Gupta, has directed all zonal offices to ensure that people leave a two metre space.

This provision existed in the MPD-2001, but was revised in MPD-2021 and people were allowed wall-to-wall digging. “As the MPD-2021 is under revision, we have decided to restore the provision relating to construction of basements in residential properties as per MPD 2001. We have taken permission from Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna,’’ said Gupta.

Officials in the building department say plot length in many areas is just 15 m, so residents will not be able to do underground construction.

Sources : Times of India, Delhi 
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Completed House Design : By Apnaghar

January 9, 2012
Completed House Design In Pondichery: By Apnaghar

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House Design: Complete Project

January 9, 2012
New House Design : in Faridabad By Apnaghar
Address: Sec-29, Faridabad

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