NEW DELHI: Delhi is poised for
some sweeping changes if the new Master Plan 2021, which was notified on
Wednesday night, passes its last hurdle —
charges fixed for extra construction
now to monitor DDA colonies
rush In MCD
the Supreme Court's scrutiny.
At the same time, much of its chaotic (some town planners call it organic)
growth will continue with shops and offices
dotting residential colonies.
The "please-all" Plan, as
Urban Development minister Jaipal Reddy described it, clears the way for
taller buildings which will bring in 'redensification'
of existing colonies. The
higher floor-area-ratio (FAR) permitted by the Plan will allow most houses
to go up to four floors.
In fact, the buildings can
be taller — going up to 14 to 16 floors — if builders and developers are
able to amalgamate an area of at least
4,000 sq m so long they
take care of three things: set up an effluent treatment plant so as to
not choke up the sewerage system,
put up solar panels to generate
some power and build underground parking space.
Slums will go but not the
slum-dwellers, if the government keeps its promise — as enunciated in the
Plan document —
to build highrise tenements
where slums currently sprawl. Each tenement will have a built-up accommodation
of 25 sq m.
The Plan promises that 50%
of all new dwellings in the city will be for the poor.
At the same time, about 1,500
unauthorised colonies were legalised by the Union cabinet on Thursday (as
reported by TOI on Wednesday).
This has been factored in
the new Plan. However, three upscale illegal colonies — Sainik Farms, Mahendru
Enclave and Anant Ram Dairy have not been legalised yet.
The final list of the legalised
colonies has not been released as yet, nor the full Plan document.
The plan's mantra is to develop
housing through "a mix of redensification, redevelopment and creation of
new housing in urban extension of about 20,000 hectares.
" The accent will be on
group housing — in fact, only 10% of new land to be released will be for
The jury is still out on
whether the new Plan will lead to the creation of a world-class city. While
some believe that it is a document motivated mainly
by political expediency,
some others believe that the way the city has grown can't be reversed altogether
and the Plan, to that extent, is realistic.
The Plan will be submitted
to the Supreme Court as it has wanted to see if the new Plan was merely
a ploy to legalise all previous irregularities,
or if was it actually a
blueprint for the city's future growth.
Said Jaipal Reddy: "I am
confident that Master Plan 2021 will stand legal scrutiny."
While the market will virtually
ensure that much of the city will grow taller if the new FAR norms are
allowed by the court,
it is difficult to assert
that all slums will, indeed, go as their replacement by highrise tenements
will depend on whether the government actually keeps its promise and coughs
up with the money to build the tenements.
An important aspect of the
new Plan is that it ends DDA's monopoly on land acquisition and development
of housing stock.
Private developers have been
encouraged to amalgamate land and develop them for housing. Some 'heritage'
like Lutyens' Building Zone,
Nizamuddin area, Mehrauli area and Chirag Dilli, will be left untouched
under the plan
This is the first time a time
frame has been given for notification of the new Master Plan for Delhi.
||Residential Plotted Development
Sl. No. -
Area of the plot(sqm) -
Maximum ground coverage % - Maximum
FAR - Maximum height in metres
Above 32 to 50
Above 50 to 100
Above 100 to 250
Above 250 to 500
Above 500 to1000
Above 1000 to1500
Above 1500 to2250
Above 2250 to3000
Above 3000 to3750
1. The local body concerned
shall be competent to disregard variation of
upto 2% in plot size, arising
from conversion of area from sq.yd to sqm
and to grant the norms applicable
to the lower category of plot size in
accordance to para (ii)
2. 100 % ground coverage
may be eligible for regularization of
construction already existing
as on the date of this notification on
payment of charges as given
in this notification.
3. 100 % ground coverage
and 350 FAR shall be eligible for
regularization of construction
already existing as on the date of this
notification on payment
of charges as given in this notification, in
respect of plot size between
100 to 175 sqm.
Terms and conditions:
(i) No additional dwelling
unit beyond that permissible under notification
dated 15th May 1995 shall
be permitted, unless the infrastructure and
services have been augmented
by the local body and the lay-out plan and
services plan of the area
have been accordingly upgraded. The applicant
plot owner/ allottee shall
therefore have to give an undertaking to the
effect that no additional
dwelling unit has been or is sought to be created
beyond that permissible
vide notification dated 15th May 1995.
(ii) The total coverage
and FAR permissible in any plot in a category, shall
not be less than that permissible
and available to the largest plot in the
next lower category.
(iii) Subdivision of plots
is not permitted. However, if there are more than one
buildings in one residential
plot, the sum of the built up area and ground
coverage of all such buildings,
shall not exceed the built up area and
ground coverage permissible
in that plot.
(iv) The mezzanine floor
and service floor, if constructed, shall be counted in
(v) Basement in case of
plotted development, if constructed, shall not be
included in FAR. Basement
area shall not extend beyond the coverage
on the ground floor as per
permissible and sanctioned built up area, but
may extend to the area below
the internal courtyard and shaft.
(vi) Parking space shall
be provided for within the residential plot as follows:
a. 2 Equivalent Car Space
(ECS) in plots of size 250-300 sqm;
b. I ECS for every 100sqm
built up area, in plots exceeding 300 sqm.
Provided that if the permissible
coverage is not achieved with the abovementioned
parking norms in a plot,
the parking norms of the preceding category
shall be allowed.
(vii) If the building is
constructed with stilt area of non-habitable height (less
than 2.4m), used for parking,
such stilt area shall not be included in FAR
but would be counted towards
the height of the building.
(viii) The minimum setbacks
shall be as given in the following table unless
Delhi Master Plan notification
within a fortnight
GoM clears draft; Govt.
to approach Supreme Court again
NEW DELHI:January 24 The
Group of Ministers headed by Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Tuesday
approved of the draft Master Plan for
Delhi-2021 paving the way
for its notification within a fortnight and development of the national
Capital on modern lines in future. However,
while the Master Plan seeks
to provide relief to people from sealing, its notification is not likely
to take place before the January 31 extended
deadline for traders to
file affidavits before the Supreme Court on closing their establishments
in unapproved areas.
During the nearly two-and-a-half
hour meeting, the Union Urban Development Ministry made a presentation
before the GoM on the Master Plan.
The 10-point presentation
highlighted issues pertaining to mixed land use, redevelopment, slum rehabilitation,
private participation, conservation
and rejuvenation of the
Walled City, relief to schools and health centres from sealing, environment,
heritage, power, water, parking and public transport.
Among other things the Master
Plan envisages planned development on 27,000 hectares in the city. It has
also approved of private participation
in mega construction projects
and high-rise building activity in the city. The green belt proposed along
the borders in 56 villages will also remain.
Following the meeting, Union
Urban Development Minister S. Jaipal Reddy told the media that it was decided
that the new Master Plan would
be notified within 15 days.
Since it would be notified by February 5, the Government has decided to
approach the Supreme Court yet again for
explaining the position
and seeking some more time for the traders.
Stating that the GoM has
cleared the final draft of the Master Plan, Mr. Reddy announced that it
has also authorised the Union Development
Ministry to make any changes,
if need be, to the Plan document. The Minister said the meeting had also
decided that the Master Plan would be
reviewed every five years
so that issues pertaining to the changing needs of Delhi could be adequately
The meeting was also attended
by officiating Lieutenant Governor A.R. Kidwai, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit,
Union Ministers Kamal Nath,
Meira Kumar, H.R. Bharadwaj,
Kapil Sibal and Ajay Maken. During the meeting, sources said, it was also
conveyed to the members
that the draft Master Plan
had also been shown to United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi
and she had approved of it.
The GoM stressed the need
for implementing the Master Plan properly and demanded that Geographic
Information System mapping
be undertaken to prevent
Draft Master Plan lacks
New Delhi, January 16
“The present draft of Master
Plan 2021 lacks vision and foresightedness and is, therefore, unable to
cope up with the growing requirements of people of Delhi,” alleged several
trade leaders, doctors and lawyers from the Capital at a joint press conference
held today under aegis of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT).
They presented a memorandum
of demands to the Urban Development Minister Mr Jaipal Reddy and state
minister Mr Ajay Makan.
They demanded that chemist
shops and other establishments providing health related facilities should
be allowed throughout the Capital without any condition. It is submitted
that existing nursing homes, doctors’ clinics, pathological and research
laboratories, etc should be allowed across Delhi and proper mechanism should
be developed for future growth of medical facilities.
“Scope of Professional Category
should be enlarged to cover other categories like any non-stocking business
or professional activity not restricted under law. Further, professions
paying service tax should also be included in Professional category,” the
Ban on commercial activities
in colonies categorised as A and B did not sound well, they said.
The traders body demanded
‘arbitrary’ powers of RWA’s regarding continuance of commercial activities
should be withdrawn and the trade bodies operating in respective areas
should be given equal status at par with that of RWA’s wherever it was
All pre-DDA Act colonies,
resettlement colonies including post-Partition rehabilitation colonies
like in Rajouri Garden, South Extension, Lajpat Nagar etc should be declared
as commercial areas and be given status of rehabilitation colony, the CAIT
Walled City and its Extensions,
Karol Bagh and other areas bearing predominant commercial use and declared
as commercial in MPD-1962 should be declared as fully commercial areas
and no conversion charges should be Levied, the trade leaders said.
Localities developed by Municipal
Committee or any other agency prior to 1962 like Kamla Nagar etc should
be declared as fully commercial areas because of enormous and large commercial
use of properties. Lal Dora and extended Lal Dora Area should be treated
as one entity and commercial activities may be permitted on narrow streets
below 6 metre width in Lal Dora Area and extended Lal Dora Area.
‘New Master Plan will
not provide relief from sealing’
New Delhi, December
Accusing the Delhi Government
of ‘misleading’ the people, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today claimed
that the Master Plan 2021 was not going to provide any relief from sealing
and demolition drives. BJP Delhi Pradesh President Dr Harsh Vardhan said
that the implementation of Master Plan was already delayed by six years.
The new Master Plan was almost
ready and will be presented before the board for approval and implementation
on December 29. After its approval, the Master Plan running into 200 pages
will be implemented in January 2007.
“In such voluminous document,
there is no mention about relief from sealing and demolition. Most likely,
the sealing and demolition drives will continue the next year too,” Dr
Harsh Vardhan claimed.
He expressed doubts on the
utility and practicability of the Master Plan 2021. He said that the quittance
for the missed development and the relief, which should have been given
through the Master Plan during the last six years, have not been mentioned
in the proposed Master Plan.
The BJP Pradesh President
said, “The government had decided to hand over the work of construction
on valuable land residential and commercial areas to the builder lobby.
Due to this, the cost of houses, shops, offices etc. will go many times
higher. The dream of the common man to have his own house will remain a
In the Master Plan, the role
of the DDA had been limited to a planner only, he claimed. The DDA will
become “a white elephant”, he added.
There was great stress on
multi transport system, roads of Delhi and sky scrappers in the proposed
Master Plan, he alleged.
Dr Harsh Vardhan said that
Delhi government had claimed that in the Master Plan, efforts would be
made to make Delhi a heaven. “The reality is that Delhi is taking its last
breath due to lack of basic amenities. In the budget of 2006-07, huge amount
was allotted to the transport sector, which was given top priority. But
even after one year, the government has been able to utilise only 42 per
cent of the allotment.”
This year, 1801 people were
killed in accidents due to bad roads, he alleged. “The multi-transport
system about which Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit has been talking
loudly is only mentioned on the papers. The Chief Minister has declared
that in the new year, 800 ultra modern low-floor buses will run in Delhi.
But the fact is that not a single corridor is ready for these buses as
yet,” the BJP leader claimed.
The 140 MGD capacity Sonia
Vihar Water Treatment Plant was at present supplying only 35 to 50 MGD
water, he claimed.
Govt assures Master Plan
NEW DELHI: Under sustained
attack from BJP for failing to address the sealing crisis in the Capital,
government on Monday promised to finalise the Capital's Master Plan 2021
by January end in an attempt to regularise most of the unauthorised and
illegal constructions. Replying to a heated discussion in LS, urban development
minister Jaipal Reddy said that 1,400 illegal colonies would be regularised
by a decision of the Union cabinet.
Under attack from the opposition
BJP and pressured by Congress MPs representing Delhi, Reddy made it clear
that government would do everything possible to blunt the edge of the sealing
operation launched under the Supreme Court instructions.
Admitting that the government
agencies' control over land in the Capital "did not reflect the ground
reality", Reddy said that his ministry was trying to "freeze the situation
as it exists today and suspend any punitive action" against traders and
other establishments accused of violating law.
Government, he pointed out,
has already issued a public notice proposing changes in the masterplan.
He claimed that 90% of the people affected by the sealing operation had
The process of regularising
the unauthorised buildings is on, Reddy said. He said that of the 14,033
shops sealed, 9,000 had already been desealed. The government, he said,
will build one lakh dwelling units in the next two years in the Capital.
He said there was no threat of demolition to schools earmarked as illegal
constructions and the government would continue to give them protection.
Earlier, BJP deputy leader
V K Malhotra said that it was quite surprising that Congress MPs like Sajjan
Kumar were "congratulating" the Centre. The relief from the court was temporary
and it was extraordinary that Reddy had, just a day ago, said that he did
not know when the new masterplan would be ready.
Malhotra pointed to Reddy's
past statements when he had said that the BJP MP was spreading panic to
point out that the Centre had completely messed up handling of the sealing
crisis. "You said nothing would happen. But it did. We told you that the
law to put off sealing by a year will not work, but you insisted it would,"
said Malhotra. He also pleaded with the government to change its position
that there would be no small shops in the A and B colonies.
Participating in the discussion,
minister for science and technology Kapil Sibal called for adopting newer
technology to deal with the problems thrown up by the city's enormous growth.
Claiming the present law to be ‘outdated' in coping with issues like massive
migration into Delhi and resultant pressure on its infrastructure, Sibal
said the judiciary too should accept this reality.
Master Plan Delhi 2021
What is a master plan? Our
master plan is a strategic comprehensive plan to develop the vision and
mission of Delhi’s Parks & Recreation Department as well as
its goals and objectives.
This study will investigate current conditions and usage levels for all
facilities and programs, evaluate the quality, recommend future facility
and programming improvements,
and identify strategies necessary for implementing the recommendations.
How is as master plan developed?A
master plan must be a citizen-driven plan. The plan is truly based on community
needs. Rather than focusing on the past,
we want to document our
present situation and predict trends which will shape the future. This
can be accomplished by creating an active Citizens Advisory committee,
holding public workshops,
mailing surveys to households, meeting with seniors, user groups, the Development
Services Department, etc.
What is the time frame for
completing a master plan? Indications show that master planning can take
up to 12 – 15 months to complete. It is our goal to have a
in place by the year's end.
What information can you
expect to see in a Master Plan?Project goals, Planning processes, Population
trends, Land use trends, Programs,
an Overview of Parks &
Recreation, Township park land, Recreation facilities by others, the Parks
and Recreation classification system, Geographic
distribution of parks and
facilities, Interest groups, Public workshops summaries, Mail survey results,
Facility needs analysis, Future visions,
Land acquisition & capital
projects priority rankings, Capital budgets, Potential funding sources,
Estimated operation and maintenance costs, Priority recommendations, Action
NEW DELHI: Unscrupulous builders
may soon find it impossible to hide behind terms like "super area" to conceal
the real floor area of apartments they are selling.
A new law to regulate real
estate developers will require builders
to exclude common spaces
and balconies while spelling out the floor space of a residential unit.
The proposed Bill, a draft
of which the Centre is currently working on, will make it mandatory for
the builder to specify the area of an apartment in the sale agreement.
Besides, a break-up will
have to be provided of what the builder is charging for the apartment and
a separate calculation for charges levied for common spaces like corridors,
parking and lifts.
The Real Estate (Regulation
and Control) Bill would allow the buyer to know clearly which common facilities
and areas can be used freely and where residents
would have limited access.
Builders often juggle between
carpet area and super area to confuse buyers, who end up not knowing the
floor area of their houses. There have been instances
of apartments in the same
block having different floor areas and builders even adding parts of common
spaces into the floor area of a flat.
NEW DELHI: Stating that the
new Master Plan for Delhi-2021 would be made public and notified by this
coming December, Union Minister of State for Urban
Development Ajay Maken has
announced that it would have provisions for permitting dwelling units on
27,000 hectares of land in the Capital and easier
floor area ratio (FAR) norms
for vertical development of the city.
Mr. Maken made this announcement
while releasing an ASSOCHAM study on Housing For All here on Monday evening.
He also disclosed that a
model Housing Regulatory Authority Bill was ready for circulation among
all States including Delhi for setting up of Housing Regulatory
Authority and would be introduced
during the winter session of Parliament.
Mr. Maken said the new Master
Plan for Delhi would have provisions to allow builders to make multi-storied
buildings on agricultural land to accommodate the
growing needs of housing
and even allow single-floor house owners to convert their dwelling units
to multi-storied houses to maximise the use of their land.
However, Mr. Maken said the
Government had no plans to permit the hoteliers to add rooms to their hotels,
as it would not solve the problem. Instead,
the Government was considering
allocating them separate sites to build new hotels as that would help meet
the growing demand of tourists, he added.
The Minister also stated
that the draft Bill for the proposed regulatory authority would be referred
to Parliament's Standing Committee on Housing shortly
before it is introduced
The proposed authority will
have a single-window system for giving all clearances to real estate developers
within a stipulated time of 40 days to ensure proper
development of the city.
now to monitor DDA colonies
Chapter 15: Mixed Land
15.0 MIXED USE
15.1 PROVISIONS OF MIXED
Mixed use essentially means
provision of nonresidential activity in residential areas. In the situation,
where in a number of residential areas,
commercial activity has
already intruded formulation of a balanced policy of mixed use considering
its environmental impact and the socio-economic need of the society is
of utmost public importance.
On a single premise or in
an area, mixed residential and non-residential activity has its positive
and negative environmental and socio-economic impacts.
It suits the present socio-economic
needs of a large section of the society and reduces the transportation
needs and traffic movement considerably. However, unless properly regulated
and in certain conditions it could have quite an adverse effect in terms
of congestion, pollution and general inconvenience to the people of the
area. In view of the above the following approach is suggested: -
1) Non-residential activity
on residential premises should be permitted selectively and carefully taking
into consideration community needs,
environmental impact and
provision for safe and easy traffic circulation and adequate parking.
2) In case of new developments,
planned mixed residential and non-residential activity should be introduced
right at the time of the preparation of the l
ayout plans along with the
planning of Commercial Centres for which appropriate provision of parking,
circulation and services be kept in view.
Norms for parking and commercial
on different floors be specified.
3) Notified provisions made
in the earlier plan may be continued within the overall framework of the
approved plan. Mixed use may be permitted on
residential plot facing
streets/road of minimum 18.0 mts. ROW in regular residential plotted development
with the prescribed development norms,
such streets should be notified
given wide publicity. Bungalow
Areas of Lutyens’ Delhi and Civil Lines, government housing, institutional
/ staff housing and areas of heritage and national
importance shall not be
covered under the Mixed use Policy.
15.2 NON-PERMISSIBLE USES
Any trade or activity involving
any kind of obnoxious, hazardous, inflammable, noncompatible
and polluted substance or
process shall not be permitted.
15.3 PERMISSIBLE USES
Mixed use could involve
household industries (as per specific conditions provided in the section
pertaining to industries), Retails Shops, Professional Activity
and specific other uses
as indicated here after:
15.4 RETAIL SHOPS
The following activities
will not be allowed under mixed use:
1. Retail Shops:
Building materials (timber,
timber products, marble, iron and steel and sand)
Fire wood, coal and any
fire hazardous and
other bulky materials.
2. Repair Shops:
- Automobiles repair and
- Cycle rickshaw repairs
- Tyre resorting and retreating
- Battery charging
3. Storage, Godown and Warehousing
4. Junk shop
5. Liquor Shop
6. Printing, Dying and Varnishing
7. Any other activity, which
may be notified from time to time.
For other Retail shops, Mixed
use in notified streets will be subject to the following conditions: -
i) Mixed use shops only on
ground floor upto the maximum of ground floor coverage.
ii) There should be unconditional
surrender of front setback, which should not have
boundary and shall be only
used for parking.
iii) Parking @ 2.0 ECS per
100 sq.m. shall be provided within the premises.
iv) Cost of development
of parking / common parking @ 2.0 ECS per 100 sq.m. in commercial areas
shall be payable by the beneficiary.
v) For Master Plan Roads,
the premises/ activity areas should be approached from service lane and
direct approach from the main road should be discouraged.
vi) Permission of mixed
use would be taken from the concerned local Authority and will be subject
to payment of conversion charges
vii) The planned character
is to be maintained. No encroachments shall be permitted on
15.5 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY
Professional activity would
include non hazardous and non nuisance kind of activity based on professional
skills where the main premises of the concerned
professional like a doctor,
lawyer, architect etc. would be separate and only out of office hours services
could be rendered from the residential premises.
In such cases, on part of
the premises on any floor subject to a maximum of 25% of the FAR or 100
sq.m, whichever is less for services based on professional
activities shall be permissible.
15.6 OTHER ACTIVITES
The following specific activities
may be permitted in residential premises on plots of a minimum of size
of 209 sqm. facing a minimum road width of 18 mts.
ROW (9mts. in ‘Special Area’
and 13.5 mts. in Rehabilitation Colony).
a) Pre–primary schools (Nursery
/ Montessori Schools, Crèche etc)
b) Nursing homes
c) Guest houses
Further, the permission
of residential land and building for the above activities shall be governed
by the provisions of Notified Regulations in this regard except for
Pre-Primary school which
should be restricted only on ground floor equivalent to the permissible
As per the survey conducted
by MCD in May 2002 in respect of Banquet Halls it is observed that about
64% of existing Banquet halls are situated in residential
use zones, 18 % in industrial
use and 18 % in commercial use zones. Banquet Halls, which do not cause
hindrance to the general public and provide for parking
can be permitted on mixed
use streets, where commercial activity is permissible, subject to the following
conditions. Banquet hall shall be permitted in Residential
and Commercial use Zones
with minimum plot size of 333 sq.m, facing minimum 18 mts. ROW roads in
residential plotted colonies (13.5 mts. in Rehabilitation
Colonies and 9 mts. in Special
Area). The ground coverage, FAR, height and basement etc. shall be applicable
as per the Master Plan norms for specific landuse
in which the premise is
situated, subject to the conditions in respect of parking and sanitation
facilities, hygienic disposal of waste and appropriate levies /charges
laid down by the Authority
from time to time.
15.7 INTENDED MIXED USE
i) The quantum of Mixed
use Area and its allocation/ distribution for various categories of Residential
areas in New Area shall be specified in the layout Plans.
ii) The layout plans would
clearly earmark areas/ plots for Mixed use, preferably located opposite/
adjoining designated commercial areas.
iii) The Plan may provide
for mixed use on residential plots at appropriate locations grouped together
facing 18 mts. ROW roads and above as per requirements.
The quantum of area to be
worked out and common Parking areas to be marked in the plan.
15.8 CONVERSION CHARGES
Because of conversion of
use/activity the conversion fee shall be charged from the beneficiary as
decided by the Authority from time to time
Chapter 16: Land Use Plan
16.0 LANDUSE PLAN
16.1 LAND USE PLAN-2021
The Land Use Plan-2021 has
been prepared based on
i) The policies enunciated
for different urban activities,
ii) Requirement of additional
social and physical infrastructure,
iii) Transportation and
iv) Restructuring of land
uses along the MRTS corridors based on the studies and considering the
inter relationship between the urban activities,
environment and the image
of the city
v) Already approved Zonal
Development Plans and land use modifications.
In order to control the development,
the areas have been designated as one of the 27 use zones identified in
the Development Code. These use zones
have been classified broadly
in ten categories of land uses namely Residential, Commercial, Industry,
Recreational, Regional Park / Ridge, Transportation,
Utility, Government, Public
and Semi Public Facilities and Agriculture and Water Body. The development
in these use zones would be carried out in accordance
with the regulations as
given in the Development Code and respective chapters.
16.2 ZONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS
The NCTD has been divided
in 15 Zones (Divisions). The Zonal Plans of seven zones have been approved
and notified whereas the Zonal Plans for the
zones ‘G’, ‘H’, ‘M’ and
‘P’ (Narela) are at various stages of approval.
The boundaries of the zones
‘O’, ‘P’ and ‘N’ as given in the MPD-2001 have been modified and accordingly
the areas have been computed approximately
as given in the table 16.1
Zone Zone Name of Zone Area
A Old City 1159
B City Extn. (Karol Bagh)
C Civil Line 3959
D New Delhi 6855
E Trans Yamuna 8797
F South Delhi-I 11958
G West Delhi-I 11865
H North West Delhi-I 5677
J South Delhi-II 15178
K-I West Delhi-II 5782
K-II Dwarka 6408
L West Delhi-III 22840
M North West Delhi-II 5073
N North West Delhi-III 13975
*O River Yamuna / River
P-I Narela 9866
P-II North Delhi 8534
* Zone may be redefined in
consultation with the concerned agencies.
The zonal plans shall detail
out the policies of the Master Plan and act as link between the Layout
Plan and Master Plan. The development schemes and
layout plans indicating
various use premises shall conform to the Master Plan / Zonal Plans. The
Zonal Plans of the areas shall be prepared under Section
8 and processed under Section
10 and simultaneously the modifications of land uses shall be processed
under Section 11(A) of the
Delhi Development Act 1957.
Already approved Sub Zonal (earlier Zonal) Plans in conformity with the
Master Plan shall continue for the areas where the
Zonal Plans have not been
approved. The Zonal Plan in the form of
Structure Plan should be
formulated within one year of the finalisation of the MPD-2021.
In absence of a Zonal Plan
of any area, the development shall be in accordance with the provisions
of the Master Plan.
16.3 SPECIAL AREA PLANS
The Walled City and its
Extensions, Karol Bagh and the area in between with contiguous specific
use has been designated as Special Area for the
purpose of development since
it is not possible to develop the old built up area in accordance with
the general use zone regulations given in the Development Code.
The development within this
area shall be carried out as per the norms and regulations as given in
the relevant chapter.