New R-Zone Delhi

Best Real Estate Investment Opportunity in West Delhi:

Best Real Estate Investment Opportunity in West Delhi:
If South Delhi is seen as a rich man's abode, North Delhi an industrial hub, East Delhi a residential mainstay and Centre the retailer's paradise, West Delhi has them all. Punjabi Bagh bungalows have Audis and S-Class Mercedes parked cosily inside; Rajouri Garden has shopping malls packed beyond capacity; Naraina or Mayapuri have industrial pockets flourishing with unmatched prowess and Karol Bagh passes off as a hybrid of Palika Bazaar, Nehru Place and Gandhi Nagar.
And there is more to come. West Delhi will be the centre of industrial and infrastructural development activities in the next 10 years or so. Going by the development plans slated for the national capital in the next decade, most of the industrial growth and development will be happening in West Delhi. In the Delhi Development Authority's Master Plan for 2021 from the 60,000 hectares - slated for the development of new sub-cities in Delhi - about 40,000 hectares lie in West Delhi. Moreover, of the total 29 industrial estates notified by the Delhi government, eight of them are in West Delhi, second only to northern Delhi that has 12.
The last few years have been quite good for Delhi as a whole but the coming years will be better specifically for West Delhi.
Rising costs of land and its scarcity in Delhi for commercial spaces was one reason why investors were forced to choose NCR. However, according to Rajneesh Goenka, chairman, Delhi & NCR committee, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, West Delhi holds an edge over other parts of Delhi.
Spaces for commercial activity in South, West and North Delhi have all been occupied. If there are some, then they are not affordable. And West Delhi has comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.
More than Rs 5,000 crore are being pumped in West Delhi's rural backdoors in Baprola village near Najafgarh-Nangloi road and Rani Khera area near Mundka that will shift a chunk of economic activity from other parts of Delhito the West. DSIIDC is developing a 77.50 acre Knowledge Based Industry (KBI) park at Baprola in West Delhiat a cost of Rs 2,000 crore. This would create direct employment for about 85,000 people.
At Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore. Both of these projects are expected to complete by 2016. DSIIDC have been informally approached by Nasscom, Infosys and Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) to set-up offices in these parks. To improve connectivity the DSIIDC has suggested an elevated corridor from West Delhito other parts of the city. And the industrial body is now developing housing facilities for skilled and unskilled workers inside these projects. The Delhigovernment hopes to attract investments worth Rs 70,000 crore and generate employment opportunities for nearly three lakh people with these projects.
Attractions of the N-Zone:
 
üWell connected by Metro network. Mundaka Metro line to be extended to Bahadurgarh and Rithala Line to be extended to Bawana.
ü1000 acres upcoming Industrial area Bawana phase-II, for which land has been acquired.
üUpcoming All India Institute of Medical sciences (AIIMS) in 17 acres.
üSituated at upcoming 100 mts Urban Expressway-II (3rd Outer Ring Road)
üNew townships coming in Ranikhera and Khanjhawala in 146 acre and 200 acre respectively.
üDelhiHeliport
üAt Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore.
üWest Delhihas comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.
üMetro's Phase-III has a larger presence in West Delhi
 
We are consolidating R-Zone land in this part of Delhi and can offer land parcels of 1 acre to 100 acres.
 
All deals eligible for proper REGISTERED Sale-Deed and MUTATION in your name.
 
We also offer Green-Belt land suitable for Farm Houses. (Farm Houses to be allowed in 1 acre land). Land chunks of 1 acre and above available.
 
Rates will shoot up once the implementation of the Master Plan begins.
 
ACT NOWor REPENT LATER.
 
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Master Plan Delhi-2021 Offers An Excellent Investment Opportunity

New Delhian Excellent Investment Opportunity:
 
üNew Delhi being the Capital of the largest democracy & one of the fastest growing economies.
üMulti-agency investment into Delhi – State, Centre, Private, others.
üNew policy initiatives to accelerate real estate development
üPlans to develop into a WORLD CLASS METROPOLIS
üProjected investment flow being the highest, amongst the Indian cities.
üMPD 2021 – Document ready and likely to be implemented soon
üDelhi to be planned as an integral part of its region Ecological balance to be maintained.
üUrban heritage of Delhi to be conserved.
üThe city center to be decentralized.
 
Highlights of Master Plan Delhi-2021:
 
v     Delhihas been divided into 15 zones
v     In the MPD policy, land use from agricultural to residential has been envisaged.
v     Approx, 60000 hectares i.e. 1.5 lakh acres agricultural land converted to residential, commercial & institutional.
v     A new 3rd outer ring road will be constructed in Delhi.
v     Asia’s & Delhi/NCR’s largest Heliport already been constructed
v     Mass Transportation System to be Multi Modal e.g. MRTS, Ring Rail and Road based public transportation system.
v     The city center to be decentralized, development of district centers, freight complexes and directional terminals etc.
v     Mixed Land Use
v     Pedestrianization (Walk to the Work)
v     Wider variety of housing types.
 
The Need For Master Plan-2021:
 
Ø      Delhi/NCR will continue to grow at a very fast pace
Ø      Delhipopulation estimated at 230 lakhs in 2021
Ø      24 lakhs additional dwelling units (flats/houses) will be required to accommodate such large population.
Ø      45,000 families migrate into Delhievery year
Ø      DDA or any other private builder doesn’t have the capacity to meet the demand for dwelling units.
Ø      That’s why MPD-2021 and LPP policy.
 
Land Use Policy For Delhi:
 
v     New land use policy is termed as Land Pooling Policy (LPP).
v     Land assembly based on land pooling and owners participation under LPP.
v     No land will be acquired by Delhi Govt from now.
v     Land owner / group of land owner can join together to become a developer entity (for group housing projects)
 
Benefits of the New Policy:
 
v     Low-cost affordable housing
v     Faster development because of Private Participation
v     Private Funds flow will expidite developments
v     Government role will be minimised

Zonal Development Plans:
The NCTD has been divided in 15 Zones (Divisions)


Zone

Name of Zone Area

Area in Ha.

A OldCity 1159
B City Extn. (Karol Bagh) 2304
C Civil Line 3959
D New Delhi 6855
E Trans Yamuna 8797
F South Delhi-I 11958
G West Delhi-I 11865
H North WestDelhi-I 5677
J South Delhi-II 15178
K-I West Delhi-II 5782
K-II Dwarka 6408
L West Delhi-III 22840
M North WestDelhi-II 5073
N North WestDelhi-III 13975
*O River Yamuna/River Front 8070
P-I Narela 9866
P-II North Delhi 8534
 
Why West Delhi?
 
If South Delhi is seen as a rich man's abode, North Delhi an industrial hub, East Delhi a residential mainstay and Centre the retailer's paradise, West Delhi has them all. Punjabi Bagh bungalows have Audis and S-Class Mercedes parked cosily inside; Rajouri Garden has shopping malls packed beyond capacity; Naraina or Mayapuri have industrial pockets flourishing with unmatched prowess and Karol Bagh passes off as a hybrid of Palika Bazaar, Nehru Place and Gandhi Nagar.
And there is more to come. West Delhi will be the centre of industrial and infrastructural development activities in the next 10 years or so. Going by the development plans slated for the national capital in the next decade, most of the industrial growth and development will be happening in West Delhi. In the Delhi Development Authority's Master Plan for 2021 from the 60,000 hectares - slated for the development of new sub-cities in Delhi - about 40,000 hectares lie in West Delhi. Moreover, of the total 29 industrial estates notified by the Delhi government, eight of them are in West Delhi, second only to northern Delhi that has 12.
The last few years have been quite good for Delhi as a whole but the coming years will be better specifically for West Delhi.
Rising costs of land and its scarcity in Delhi for commercial spaces was one reason why investors were forced to choose NCR. However, according to Rajneesh Goenka, chairman, Delhi & NCR committee, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, West Delhi holds an edge over other parts of Delhi.
Spaces for commercial activity in South, West and North Delhi have all been occupied. If there are some, then they are not affordable. And West Delhi has comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.

West Delhi Growth Projections:
More than Rs 5,000 crore are being pumped in West Delhi's rural backdoors in Baprola village near Najafgarh-Nangloi road and Rani Khera area near Mundka that will shift a chunk of economic activity from other parts of Delhi to the West. DSIIDC is developing a 77.50 acre Knowledge Based Industry (KBI) park at Baprola in West Delhi at a cost of Rs 2,000 crore. This would create direct employment for about 85,000 people.
At Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore. Both of these projects are expected to complete by 2016. DSIIDC have been informally approached by Nasscom, Infosys and Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) to set-up offices in these parks. To improve connectivity the DSIIDC has suggested an elevated corridor from West Delhi to other parts of the city. And the industrial body is now developing housing facilities for skilled and unskilled workers inside these projects. The Delhi government hopes to attract investments worth Rs 70,000 crore and generate employment opportunities for nearly three lakh people with these projects.
WEST DELHI'S former deputy commissioner GS Meena agrees with the growth projections. Listing out some future projects, Meena says, "We are in process of developing 13 community centres and several district centres in West Delhi. Four more colleges are due to come in the area. DLF has already acquired land and is developing commercial and residential spaces in Moti Nagar."
Most of all, Meena says, Metro's Phase-III, which has a larger presence in West Delhi, will lift the rural areas and suburbs of West Delhi to development. In addition, seven unauthorised industrial areas in West Delhi will soon be regularised under the Master Plan.
N-Zone in the MPD-2021:
 
Zone ‘N mainly comprises of the proposed Urban Extension/green belt and forms part of urbanisable area. The zone is situated in North-West Delhi and mainly constitutes of rural settlements and the industrial area of Bawana. It is connected by railway line towards Rohtak. Urban Extension Road–I is passing through this zone.
 
The area of the zone is bound by the following:-
North East: WesternYamunaCanal
South: Rohtak Road
South East: Existing H.T line, Prposed 100 mts road besides Developed area of Rohini
 
Attractions of the N-Zone:
 
üWell connected by Metro network. Mundaka Metro line to be extended to Bahadurgarh and Rithala Line to be extended to Bawana.
ü1000 acres upcoming Industrial area Bawana phase-II, for which land has been acquired.
üUpcoming All India Institute of Medical sciences (AIIMS) in 17 acres.
üSituated at upcoming 100 mts Urban Expressway-II (3rd Outer Ring Road)
üNew townships coming in Ranikhera and Khanjhawala in 146 acre and 200 acre respectively.
üDelhiHeliport
üAt Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore.
üWest Delhi has comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.
üMetro's Phase-III has a larger presence in West Delhi
 
Distance of Zone-N from Various Locations:
 
  • Heliport: 500 metres
  • Mundka metro station: 2 Km
  • Rohtak Road (NH-10): 1 km
  • Rohini Sec-24: 3.5 km
  • Rithala Metro station: 3.5 Km
  • Bawana Industrial Area: 1 Km
  • 5-star HotelCrownPlaza: 4 km
  • Madhuban chowk: 7 kms
N-Zone Villages in which R zone land available:
Ranikhera, Karala, PuthKhurd, Bawana, Sultanpur, Chandpur, Kanjhawala, Sawda, Ladpur, Salahpur Majra, Nangal Thakran, Bazitpur, Dariyapur.
 
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