DDA proposes using vacant lands adjoining motels for parking
New Delhi, Nov 5: DDA today proposed using vacant lands adjoining motels for parking or maintaining green cover on purely temporary basis, without raising any construction on such plot and claiming any FAR (floor area ratio). The proposal was made during the DDA meeting at the Raj Niwas here today.
"Vacant lands under the ownership of motel owner and original or sanctioned plot may be utilised for parking or maintaining green on purely temporary basis without raising any construction on such a plot and without claiming any FAR and amalgamation with original plot subject to regulatory measures by Delhi Government and local bodies," the DDA said.
The proposal was approved by the Authority for issuance of public notice for inviting objections and suggestions from public. During the meet, a proposal was also made for modification to the Master Plan of Delhi 2021 for the provision of specific percentage of area under waiting reception in the hospital buildings to facilitate building sections of concerned local bodies to process the building plans of hospital.
Modifications in MPD 2021 was also proposed with reference to provisions for Treatment Storage & Disposal Facility (TSDF) for hazardous waste in Delhi. Issue of forfeiture of 12,858.81 sqm of land of Commonwealth Games Village and club or community centres were also taken up.
To forfeit the residential towers nos 26 and 28 (of the CWG village) having built up area of 11,982.14 sqm being the excess construction beyond 5 per cent compounding limit and to place the same at the disposal of the Union Ministry of Urban Development for appropriate utilisation was approved in the meeting, the housing authority said. The Authority was apprised that the Chief Engineer nominated by it shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Biodiversity Division, and was approved in the meeting.
"All ministerial staff, accountant staff and engineering staff will be posted in the Delhi Biodiversity Foundation out of DDA's staff engaged in the planning, designing, development and management of existing biodiversity parks shall be considered for regularisation in accordance with law and DoPT norms," it said.
Biodiversity Foundation Regulations were proposed to be amended to provide ministerial, accountants and engineering staff in the Delhi Biodiversity Foundation out of DDA's staff and to appoint the scientific, technical and supporting staff including landscape staff on a regular basis for the planning, designing, development and management of biodiversity Parks and supporting staff. DDA has developed two biodiversity parks i.e. Yamuna Biodiversity Park and Aravali Biodiversity Park and has also taken up nodal task of development of a chain of biodiversity parks in Delhi.