Important message for the owners of Farmhouses in Delhi

Posted by ananyashrivastav on February 3rd, 2018

Delhi Development Authority's (DDA's) new farmhouses in Delhi NCR policy make wonderful provision for smaller 1 acre farmhouse as against the minimum size of 2.5 acres before. Ultimately, the 1 Acre Country Home Policy is now Gazetted and no one can contentedly say that the Country Homes are completely legal to own and to build on. Unlike the former grey area in the Delhi Country Homes, no one can lawfully hold, own and build Country Home to live in. Under this new country home policy, the DDA - Delhi Development Authority has earmarked region as Green Belt along the side-line of Delhi, the applied logic is to allocate the first village from another state border or alternatively the last village of the edge.

1 acre farmhouse

These new dwellings known as Country Homes will be permitted a higher floor area ratio (FAR) of 20 compared to the previously stipulated 15. The new policy also permits owners to pay an additional charge for utilising higher FAR than what has been predetermined. Older farmhouses that have utilised higher floor areas than what was authorized are now being regularised by paying a fine. 

Farmhouses in Delhi are only approved in the peripheral green belt of the city but the state government is yet to decide the total area in the green belt where it will permit these Country Homes to come up.

Two Dwelling Units on DDA LDRA policy (Low Density Residential Area) lands of one acre (0.40 ha.) may be permitted with FAR of 20 and for extra 10 FAR i.e from 20 to 30 on an extra Dwelling Units is allowed subject to payment of requisite charges as accepted and notified by the Government of India EWS housing units of 60 sq m. per acre as well as permitted FAR. Up to 20 FAR there is no charge.  The charges for additional constriction beyond 20 as well as up to 25 FAR shall be recovered at the rate of Rs.16000 per Sq m. In the case of FAR beyond 25 as well as up to 30 the charges shall be recovered at the rate of Rs.18000 per sq m.

By adopting the above mentioned rates, the following would be the illustrative rated of charges owed for plots in low density residential plots policy of 0.4 ha size (4000 sq m) in terms of policy notified on 10.5.2013 :-

The centre govt. has told the DDA - Delhi Development Authority (DDA) that the procedure for approval of farm houses should be stopped without delay, until amendments to the approval policy are notified, the Lok Sabha was informed on April 11, 2017.

Delhi Development Authority's (DDA's) new farmhouses in Delhi NCR policy makes wonderful provision for smaller 1 acre farmhouse as against the minimum size of 2.5 acres before. Ultimately, the 1 Acre Country Home Policy is now Gazetted and no one can contentedly say that the Country Homes are completely legal to own and to build on. Unlike the former grey area in the Delhi Country Homes, no one can lawfully hold, own and build Country Home to live in. Under this new country home policy, the DDA - Delhi Development Authority has earmarked region as Green Belt along the side-line of Delhi, the applied logic is to allocate the first village from another state border or alternatively the last village of the edge.

These new dwellings known as Country Homes will be permitted a higher floor area ratio (FAR) of 20 compared to the previously stipulated 15. The new policy also permits owners to pay an additional charge for utilising higher FAR than what has been predetermined. Older farmhouses that have utilised higher floor areas than what was authorized are now being regularised by paying a fine.

Farmhouses in Delhi are only approved in the peripheral green belt of the city but the state government is yet to decide the total area in the green belt where it will permit these Country Homes to come up. Two Dwelling Units on DDA LDRA policy (Low Density Residential Area) lands of one acre (0.40 ha.) may be permitted with FAR of 20 and for extra 10 FAR i.e from 20 to 30 on an extra Dwelling Units is allowed subject to payment of requisite charges as accepted and notified by the Government of India EWS housing units of 60 sq m. per acre as well as permitted FAR. Up to 20 FAR there is no charge.  The charges for additional constriction beyond 20 as well as up to 25 FAR shall be recovered at the rate of Rs.16000 per Sq m. In the case of FAR beyond 25 as well as up to 30 the charges shall be recovered at the rate of Rs.18000 per sq m.

By adopting the above mentioned rates, the following would be the illustrative rated of charges owed for plots in low density residential plots policy of 0.4 ha size (4000 sq m) in terms of policy notified on 10.5.2013 :-

The centre govt. has told the DDA - Delhi Development Authority (DDA) that the procedure for approval of farm houses should be stopped without delay, until amendments to the approval policy are notified, the Lok Sabha was informed on April 11, 2017.

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