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Suc­cess­ful cases of land pool­ing in­clude Amanora and Ma­garpatta in Pune, where mul­ti­ple landown­ers had pooled their land and de­vel­oped in­te­grated town­ships to meet the de­mand for res­i­den­tial and of­fice space in the city The very first town plan­ning scheme in In­dia was prob­a­bly put into prac­tice in 1917 for the Ja­malpur area of Ahmed­abad, Gu­jarat, fol­low­ing the Bom­bay Town Plan­ning Act, 1915, which pro­vided for the im­ple­men­ta­tion of town plan­ning schemes The Hy­der­abad Met­ro­pol­i­tan De­vel­op­ment Author­ity (HMDA) has re­cently pro­posed land pool­ing for ap­prox­i­mately 250 acres within a kilo­me­trewide belt on ei­ther side of the growth cor­ri­dor abut­ting the Outer Ring Road Delhi De­vel­op­ment Author­ity (DDA) has re­cently passed a mod­i­fied land pool­ing pol­icy within the Mas­ter Plan Delhi 2021 (MPD 2021)

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