Our own New Delhi is changing for the betterment of people. The government has taken initiative to develop the undeveloped villages of Delhi. The arrival of the amazing land pooling policy will change the whole layout of Delhi. It is divided into several zones, out of those, J zone is situated in South Delhi. Now South Delhi is already one of Delhi’s highly posh district with places like Vasant Vihar, Saket, and Hauz Khas etc. Even, though this part consist the highest number of millenaries in Delhi, it still includes many underdeveloped villages. Under the Land Pooling Policy, these villages will be urbanized so that the government can bring in an even development in South Delhi.
The plans under this land pooling policy is such that the government will construct the entirein frastructure on this land with the residential projects handed over to the developer entities. South Delhi is a very prominent place in Delhi as it is close to Mehrauli, Bardarpur and Haryana boundary. The coming generation will feel lucky to own a house there as this place has cultural as well as environmental importance. The region is filled with Mughal constructions as well as many other historical architects. Qutub Minar in Mehrauli is the pride of Delhi and India. The closeness of Asola Bird Sanctuary can give a vast relief from work to the people living there. There have been many parks proposed in the J Zone so that people never miss as opportunity to connect with the environment.
The environmental and cultural importance in this zone are aided with many religious place as well like Chhattarpur Mandir and Sultan Garhi Tomb. Also, the J zone is the second largest zone under land pooling after the L zone. Therefore, J zone in South Delhi is going to be one of the perfect place to live in Delhi in the future.
Zone J (South Delhi II), Urban Extension
250 Persons Per Hactare (Pph) As Per Mpd 2021.
MEHRAULI BADAR PUR ROAD
NCTD BOUNDARY (HARYANA)
NCTD BOUNDARY (HARYANA)
LAND USE PLAN
Total area : 15178 Ha.
Area under green belt: 410 Ha.
Area under Ridge: 6200 Ha.
Area under Asola Bird Sanctuary: 300 Ha.
Proposed urbanisable area: 8268 Ha.
Proposed Land-use Breakup –
|Landuse||Area (Ha.)||% age|
|Public & Semi Public||827||10|
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