Cau­tion: short­age of space

Sizes of toi­let, kitchen and room leave a lot to be de­sired in DDA’s Hous­ing Scheme flats

HT Estates - - FRONT PAGE - Van­dana Ram­nani

Neat rows of build­ings with a fresh coat of paint greet you as you check out some of Delhi De­vel­op­ment Au­thor­ity’s of­fer­ings. About 10,000 units in Ro­hini and over 2000 flats in Dwarka had been up for grabs for any­thing be­tween ₹ 15 lakh and ₹ 20 lakh last year as part of the DDA Hous­ing Scheme.

Most of the apart­ments are of 33 sq m (su­per area) size (around 355 sq ft) with a toi­let, bath and a kitchen all in a row, open­ing out to a tiny room with a small bal­cony.

Fin­ish­ing touches are be­ing given to the apart­ments cur­rently. There are no shops and mar­kets close to the projects. The Metro and bus con­nec­tions are also far away. It’ll be some time be­fore th­ese projects be­come hab­it­able.

PHO­TOS: S.BURMAULA

Buy­ers of 33 sqq m apart­ments in Dwarka will get t to share a com- mon ‘cor­ri­dor’ with neigh­bourss

The kitchen, bath and toi­let, are so small that a per­son can­not move around com­fort­ably ly The toi­let, bath­room and kitchen all in a row in Ro­hini. There’s scope of im­prove­ment where de­sign is con­cerned A grand en­trance awaits you at DDA’s Dwarka com­plex which has over 2,000 apart­ments

PHO­TOS: S.BURMAULA

The sizes of most of the units in Dwarka and Ro­hini are be­tween 30 sq m to 40 sq m

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