High on SEZ activity
These zones are located south of NH10 adjoining Dwarka sub city. The topography of the Zone KI has gentle slope towards the Najafgarh drain, thereby causing the flow of all the natural storm drain from the area around Rohtak railway line, Mundka, Ranhola (Safipur), Bakkarwala, Nilothi and other villages in the built-up area/ unauthorised colonies towards the Najafgarh drain.
The zone covers a total of 6515 hectares. About 2827 hectares include built-up area/unauthorised colonies.
As per MPD-2021, the holding capacity of Zone KII, part of Dwarka, has been proposed for a population of 13 lakh. There is an increase in area of this zone from 5648 hectares to 5924 hectares by adding the land in between Bijwasan road and the NCTD boundary. In Dwarka the new housing area units are proposed in part of sector 19, 23, 24 and 26. These sectors are to be developed as low density areas.
Nearly 677 hectares of new housing expected in K1 and K2 forms part of Dwarka. For development of residential area participation of private sector and public agencies is envisaged.
There are around 350 unauthorised colonies in these zones. The 100 m UER passes through K1 and K2. The current population in these areas is around 20 lakh. The projected population is 40 lakh.
Special economic zones are proposed to come up in these zones. The gems and jewellery SEZ is expected to come up in Baprolla, the IT/ITeS SEZ expected to come up in Kanjhawala and the manufacturing SEZ to come up in Mundka and RaniKhera.