DDA (Delhi Development Authority) has been throwing out its schemes from time to time. And DDA Housing Scheme 2017 has been the most awaited Affordable housing scheme till now. All People who wish to buy their own house in Delhi area have been looking to each news about this scheme but not getting updated information from anywhere. Here on www.sarkarischeme.in i will provide you complete brief details about
- How to get a DDA Flat
- Terms of Eligibility for DDA Flats
- Allotment of flat
- Getting the address changed
- Intimation of change of name of the Registrant/Allottee
- Transfer of registration/allotment
- Transfer on Death
- Procedure for Cancellation of registration/Refund of regis-tration amount.
- Allotment under the New Pattern Scheme- 1979 and Ambedkar Awas Yojna – 1989
- Mode of Payment under New Pattern Registration Scheme-1979 and Ambedkar Awas Yojna-1989 (mode of payment under DDA Housing scheme)
- Allotment under the Self Financing Schemes
- Interest on delayed construction by D.D.A.
How to get a DDA Flat
DDA announces all its Housing schemes through advertisements in leading newspapers. These schemes are announced for different category of flats such as Janta/Lower Income Group/Expandable and many more . This year in 2017 DDA has announced its flats category under LIG,MIG,HIG,EWS and Janta flats.
- To apply under DDA Housing scheme/Middle Income Group, and Self-Financing Schemes intrested candidates are required to apply under a scheme as and when announced.
- Also after the announcement of the scheme the brochure released for the scheme gives various details regarding payments, method of applying etc.
Terms of Eligibility for DDA Flats
People who are interested to apply under DDA Housing scheme 2017 must full fill the below criteria in order to apply for flats this year.
Generally, the conditions of eligibility are :
a)Applicant must be a citizen of India
b)Applicant muat have attained the age of 18 years
c) The applicant must not own any residential house or plot in full or in part, on leasehold/freehold basis in New Delhi, Delhi or Delhi Cantonment, either in his/her own name or in the name of his/her wife/husband/minor dependent children.
d) If, however, the share of the applicant in the jointly owned plot or land under the residential house is less than 66.9 sq. mtrs. (80 sq. yds.), he/she can apply under any of the schemes
e) A person who has already been allotted a house/flat constructed by DDA or any other land/owning agency even if it is less than 66.9 sq. mtrs., shall not be eligible for allotment under any of the schemes of DDA.
Allotment of Flats
Allotment of flat under DDA Housing scheme is made through computerized draw of lots. Prior to this, list of eligible applicant is finalized and also generally displayed on notice board for receipt of objections from applicant, if any.
Getting the address changed DDA Flats
An applicant/allottee can get his/her postal address changed by intimating the change of address to the DDA (Housing Department). Also to do this
a) A copy of the registration certificate if, issued under the scheme should be enclosed.
b) If applicants want to enclosed an attested photocopy of the ration card or any other documentary evidence in support of his/her application.
c) Request can be delivered in person at the counter of the Housing Department at Ground Floor, ‘D’ Block, Vikas Sadan, near INA Colony, New Delhi or sent through registered post.
Intimation of change of name of the Registrant/Allottee
To make a change in his/her name after registration, the same should be intimated immediately to DDA by enclosing the following documents
i. Newspaper cutting, if any
ii. Affidavit mentioning his/her old as well as the new name
iii. Gazette notification, if any
Allotment of flat Terms of Eligibility Getting the address changed Intimation of change of name of the Registrant/Allottee
iv. Certificate from the employer, if employed
v. Any other evidence to support the request
Transfer of registration/allotment
Transfer of registration/allotment, deletion of name/addition of another name, within family members, is permitted on filing necessary documents.
- The format of these documents are available at Sales Counter, ‘D’ Block, Vikas Sadan, New Delhi. Note: The term ‘family member’ mean the allottee’s husband/wife, father, mother, sister, brother, son, daughter, grand-son/grand-daughter, wife of the son/grand-son, son-in-law or husband of grand daughter. ( For purpose of this definition grand-son, grand-daughter means a son or a daughter’s child).
- In case where the allottee has no family of his own the family members will mean his legal heirs as defined in the lay of Succession applicable to him
Transfer on Death
On the demise of an applicant/allottee, a request for transfer of registration/allotment in the name of legal heirs/claimant has to be made within three months(otherwise a fine is payable) from the date of death. Such a request has to be accompanied with necessary documents, a set of which can be obtained from the DDA.
Procedure for Cancellation of registration/Refund of regis-tration amount.
i) In case a registrant of previous schemes wishes to withdraw from any scheme and seeks refund prior to the allocation/allotment, he/she can do so by submitting the original papers such as the registration certificate and the Fixed Deposit Receipt, if issued. Such a receipt should be discharged by an endorsement “Received Payment” by signing on a rupee revenue stamp affixed on its back. The original copy of Bank Challan & any other document issued such as acknowledgement slip should also be enclosed with the request for refund.
ii) In case of loss of original documents, request for refund has to be accompanied with an Indemnity Bond, and an Affidavit to that effect (formats can be obtained from the Sales Counter , ‘D’ Block, Vikas Sadan).
Allotment under the Self Financing Schemes
DDA floats Self Financing Scheme (payment is made at different stages of construction) from time to time. The allocation of flats is made by Computerized draw of lots, Demand-cum-allocation letters are sent to the successful applicants through registered post. Schedule of payment is generally as under
a) 25% of the estimated cost (including the amount paid as initial/registration deposit) within the period as indicated in the demand-cum-allocation letter
b) 20% of the estimated cost after six months; c) 25% of the estimated cost after next six months
d) 20% of the estimated cost after next six months
e) 10% of the estimated cost, plus difference in the estimated cost and the actual cost at the time of issue of possession letter. Where allotment of a flat is made out of the flats offered in previous draws and where the flats have already been taken up for construction, the successful allottees are required to pay more than one instalment, depending on the progress of construction. In addition, an interest @ 10% p.a. is also charged on such instalment.
Interest on delayed construction by D.D.A.
In the event of delay in construction-
- DDA deters payments of instalment under the SFS Schemes, intimation of which is given through leading newspapers.
- Normally, it takes about 2½ years for completion of a flat under the SFS.
- For delays, beyond 30 months and up to 36th months the allottee is paid interest @ 7% p.a. and for the delays beyond 36 months the allottee is paid interest @ 10% p.a. on the payments made to the DDA.