Caution: shortage of space
Sizes of toilet, kitchen and room leave a lot to be desired in DDA’s Housing Scheme flats
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.
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
The sizes of most of the units in Dwarka and Rohini are between 30 sq m to 40 sq m