Landing a Delhi Development Authority (DDA) flat is a dream come true for most but the paper work and formalities that follow can turn it into a nightmare.
To ensure that applicants who have been successful in the 2014 housing scheme draw of lots held on Tuesday do not face any hassles this time, the land development agency is going to organise a special camp at its headquarters, Vikas Sadan.
“We will organise the special camp after 15 days and allottees can bring their documents and affidavits to be submitted at the camp itself,” DDA vice-chairman Balvinder Kumar said on Tuesday.
Another major problem faced by housing scheme allottees is receiving the demand-cum-allotment letter from DDA, which gets delayed and is returned if the allottee is not found at home when the letter is delivered.
Kumar said for the first time, allottees can collect the demand-cum-allotment letters from DDA in person at the camp. “General applicants may be handed over the demand-cum-allotment letter and the reserved category applicants will be handed over the same after authentication of their documents,” he said.
The special camp would ensure a single window process for allottees, who otherwise have to make endless rounds of the DDA headquarter. DDA would make sure that senior officials and counselors are present at the camp to resolve any issues or queries of the allottees.