Zone N: Housing and industrial
Zone N is located north of NH10 and adjoins the sub city of Rohini. It comprises 29 villages, 10 of which are in the green belt. The zone consists of a total area of 13,975 hectares, out of which the residential is only 48.6%. The zone is expected to contribute five to six lakh dwelling units in both group housing and plotted development. Since there is no height restriction and density norms are likely to be relaxed, this zone will have the highest FAR between 400 to 600 and consist of all categories of housing –- EWS, industrial housing and highrise apartments. Housing units will be available in the range of R10 lakh to R4 crore per dwelling unit and land is available for R1.5 lakh per acre to R4 crore per acre. It is worth mentioning here that land prices in adjoining areas such as Rohini are between R2.5 lakh per sq yard to R6 lakh per sq yard. (1 acre is equal to 4840 sq yards)
Well known developers have bought land in Kanjhawala, Madanpur, Jounti, RaniKhera etc.
The N zone include the 936 acres of knowledge-based industrial park and the industrial area of Bawana.
Since the zone is not on the flight path and the heliport is operational in Rohini, height restrictions are likely to be removed. Hence, the cost of FAR will be the lowest in this zone.
The local administration is currently preparing the arterial road network of 24 m, 30 m, 45 m and 60 m width for the area.
The zone is well connected with a road network. Both the UERs pass through this zone. It also has an active Metro network – Rithala (1km) and Mundka (3km). The latter will connect the industrial areas in this zone.
The area is irrigated through the Western Yamuna canal. The water level is, therefore, not a challenge. There is enough to sustain the growing population in the area.
A 12 acre bus terminal in Kanjhawala is ready and the boundary of the Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation , knowledge-based 77-acre industry park in Baprola is under construction. Over R5,000 crore are being pumped into the industrial park.
At Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, a multilevel manufacturing hub is being constructed on 147 acres for over R3,098 crore. The existing population of the area is 3.5. MPD 2021 envisages accommodation of 15 lakh population in this zone that will generate employment for over 85,000 people. Located next to Rohini, in northwest Delhi. It comprises rural settlements and the industrial area of Bawana. Zonal plans already released by DDA with 989 hectares proposed for Industry by DSIDC Both the UERs pass through this zone Existing metro, road and rail connection Land prices from R2 crore to R3 crore per acre currently To have highest demand for finished affordable housing products Total area of the zonal plan is 13975 hectares No height restrictions. Super tall buildings with heliport facilities proposed 18.5% of total ‘urbanisable’ land earmarked for green/recreational activities Master Plan envisages accommodation of 15 lakh population in this zone by 2021