The Delhi Development Authority is mulling constructing over 20,850 houses and flats in the coming years, mostly in south and north-west Delhi.
The housing units are expected to come up in areas like Dwarka, Narela, Jasola and Rohini. Among the planned developments are construction of 316 high-income group (HIG) houses in Rohini Sector 26, 1240 HIG (multi-storeyed) houses in Sector 19-B of Dwarka and 208 HIG (multi-storeyed) houses in Sector 14 of Dwarka, official sources said.
A total of 346 middle-income group housing units in Sector 16-B of Dwarka, 160 MIG houses in Pocket 9-B of Jasola are also on the anvil as well 483 multi-storeyed houses in Sector A-9 of Narela, 352 multi-storeyed houses in Sector 19 of Dwarka and 240 multi-storeyed flats at Bakkarwala.
The housing agency also plans to construct 6340 houses in Narela and 10,860 houses in Rohini Sector 35, other than 50 low-income group flats in Rohini Sector 16. The DDA had launched its latest housing scheme in November last year offering over 16,000 flats. In its last housing scheme in 2008, it had offered 5,020 flats.