DDA Smart City - L Zone Dwarka
India’s ambitious smart city in the capital region itself, situated next to Diplomatic Enclave-II in Dwarka. 100% power, 100% web connectivity, 24×7 water supply & high frequency mass transport are some features which will enhance performance and life standard to reduce costs and resource consumption and also to engage more effectively and actively with its residents.
Development Authority (DDA) is working on the Master Plan of L Zone. Flats in L Zone would be close to IGI Airport and is strategically positioned between Dwarka and Gurgaon. Spread across 22,840 hectare of land, the L Zone apartments are expected to give an impetus to the slow and stagnant real estate market of the national capital as it is located in South-West Delhi.
“Delhi is the heart of India and the first smart city would come up here. The city of Barcelona in Spain has also promised technological support to us in our effort in this direction.” M VENKAIAH NAIDU, Urban and Housing Minister
“The smart city will have a worldclass infrastructure, 24-hour power supply, complete wi-fi connectivity, and will employ green technology and latest water conservation techniques like rain-harvesting and waste management techniques, among other facilities.” BALVINDER KUMAR, DDA Vice-Chairman
What is Master Plan for Delhi (MPD) - 2021?
The state of Delhi holds colossal significance for India. Other than being the capital of the world’s biggest democracy, it is additionally the center point of financial and political action and activities in the nation. Pulled in by solid financial development, the number of inhabitants in Delhi has expanded tenfold in the course of the last six decades basically because of migration from other Indian states making it one of the most crowded urban areas on the planet.
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was built up in 1957 to oblige a developing populace, give satisfactory base and regulate planned development in Delhi. In 1962, the initial 20-year Master Plan for Delhi was presented. From there on, it was adjusted broadly to spread the period up to 2001 (MPD-2001). Right now, the development of Delhi is being represented by the Master Plan 2021 (MPD-2021). Nonetheless, planned development in the state has so far not possessed the capacity to meet the exceptional populace development. There is a lack of urban base, for example, lodging, streets, sewerage, water, transportation and force. According to gauges by DDA, Delhi’s available foundation can suit a most extreme of 1.5 crore individuals.
With the number of inhabitants in Delhi set to rise further, creating extra foundation is getting to be trying by the day. The populace is relied upon to increment to 2.3 crore by 2021 from 1.7 crore in 2011 deciphering into a CAGR of 3.1 for each penny. In this way, new urban regions are required to be created starting with no outside help to oblige the new 80 lac populace by 2021.