The Delhi Development Authority (DDA), on the 10th of March of 2013, has made a new policy to reduce the minimum area for LDRP or farm houses from 2.5 acres to 1-acre. Keeping the current scenario in mind, the Urban Development Ministry has taken some effective steps to modify the farm house policy.
According to the new rules and regulations, earlier farmhouses which used to be dwelling houses on farms are now considered as Low-density residential plots or simply as LDRP. According to the new policies, the present farmhouses in Delhi NCR would be regularized. The new LDRP are allowed in certain villages while maintaining every term and condition of Green Belt.
The Ministry of Urban Development has declared 23 villages in Delhi’s outer region as Low-density residential area. At present, existing farm houses are mainly located in areas where the groundwater level is going down or is already down to a certain level. They act as an additional burden on civic infrastructure and adversely affect the drainage system, sewage, water supply as well as parking. So, villages which already have numerous farm houses are considered as low-density residential area.
So, this new 1 acre farmhouse policy is going to be very beneficial for buyers. The new policy provides customers with the chance of buying legal and affordable farmhouses and fulfills their dream house.