Population in our country has been ever increasing, however, on the other hand our natural resources to cater to this population is limited. To create a proper balance we actually need more cities with all the amenities to cater to the requirement of this population.
The concept of integrated self sustaining Townships, being developed by private developers is really coming a long way in creating this balance.
Integrated self sustaining townships are being developed in the periphery of cities due to availability of large tracts of land. Spanning hundreds of acres, they have a mix of plots, Villas, Independent floors, Group Housings, Office/ retail spaces, cinemas, schools, hospitals, police stations, religious areas, parks, clubs, community spaces, fire stations and all other facilities that are there in developed urban centers.
In a major breakthrough all families facing eviction due to alignment of Dwarka Expressway have agreed on the settlement policy offered by HUDA. Following will be modus operandi;
- HUDA will finalize the layouts of sector 110A and 37C within 2 months before they begin allotment of plots to effected parties.
- Allottees with construction on their plot will get first preference in Sector 110A, getting plots of same size as covered area of their existing houses. They will also get monetary compensation for the remaining portion of their land and for the building.
- Allottees will get 6 months from the date of possession to vacate existing homes. They will also get an exclusive single window to clear their building plans, Occupation and completion certificates, utility connections and other documents.
This clears all the hiccups which were there in the completion of Dwarka Expressway (NPR). The connectivity between the national capital (i.e. Delhi) and the corporate hub of NCR (i.e. Gurgaon) will be further strengthened and will give a big boost to the real estate sector.