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In pics | What the costliest flat in DDA housing scheme 2017 looks like

Take a look at the HIG flats in Jasola that have been put up for sale in the latest DDA housing scheme.

delhi Updated: Jul 10, 2017 11:10 IST
Abhinav Rajput
There are 87 HIG flats on offer in DDA Housing scheme 2017. The costliest ones are at Jasola in southeast Delhi.
There are 87 HIG flats on offer in DDA Housing scheme 2017. The costliest ones are at Jasola in southeast Delhi. (Arun Sharma/HT Photo)

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) this year is offering over 12,000 flats out of which 87 are in high-income group (HIG) category and 404 are two-room middle income group (MIG) flats. The rest 11197 are in one-bedroom lower income group (LIG) category.

Read: Lack of facilities, overpricing tarnishes flats on offer

The cost of the flats here varies from around Rs 9 lakh for one-bedroom Janta flats to Rs 1.26 crore three-bedroom flats in Jasola.

HT takes a look at the flats in Jasola to know what makes these the costliest.

The dining room of an HIG flat in Jasola. It measures 12*20 feet in dimension. (Arun Sharma/HT PHOTO)

The three-bedroom flats, 113sqm in dimension, are in pocket 9A of Jasola. There are 320 flats in this block out of which seven have been put up for sale as they were surrendered in the last scheme, said a DDA official.

One of the three bedrooms in an HIG flat in Jasola. (Arun Sharma/HT PHOTO)

Four other such flats are in sector 8. Two rooms are around 10*12 feet while one is 12*14 feet. The flats come with a parking facility and a separate parking area has been provided for visitors.

Kitchen in one of the HIG flats on offer in Jasola. It measures 6*10 feet in dimension. (Arun Sharma/HT PHOTO)

Spread around 2.5 acres, the area will soon have a metro station within 1km once the phase 4 of metro becomes operational. Presently, people use Jasola-Apollo metro station on the corridor Badrapur to Central Sectariat . Botanical Garden to Janakpuri line is under construction. It will open Jasola Sector 8 station which will make commute easier.

A view from the balcony of an HIG flat in Jasola. The Metro line that runs between Badarpur to Central Secretariat can be seen here. The balcony is 8*4 feet in dimension. (Arun Sharma/HT PHOTO)

A resident of the building Shyam Sundar said, “The electricity, water and parking facility is good.” The building also has lift facilities with two lifts in each block.

The lobby of HIG flats in Jasola. The total area of the flat is 113sqm. (Arun Sharma/HT PHOTO)

A DDA official said that the main reason behind higher rate of these flats is it location. It is Located close to important South Delhi places like Jamia University, lotus temple and Nehru Place.