The housing strategy for Zone P incorporates approaches for development of new housing area, upgradation and re-densification through re-development of existing housing area including unauthorized colonies. In view of limited availability of land and increased demand for housing, plotted residential development is being discouraged. This emphasis on High Rise development will allow for better planning and use of recreational and green areas.
According to MPD 2021, urban extension areas are to be planned with a density of 250-300 persons per hectare to accommodate the projected additional population. P-I Zone is estimated to accommodate 16.2 Lakh and P-II Zone shall have a proposed population of 19 Lakh, including that of the existing settlements.
To achieve a more sustainable sub-city, the MPD and zonal plans have designated the land use keeping in mind a unique urban design.
River Front Boulevard
Specialized Institute / IT Complex corridor along with NH-1
City Park Complex
Bhalswa Lake Complex ? To cover approx 102 hectares. Land is proposed to be developed as an integrated tourist complex / city park, along with lake (22 hectares), amusement park (12 hectares), commercial (8 hectares), residential (12 hectares) and recreational (46 hectares).
Green Belt ? To make up 15-20% of the total land, extending from the NCTD boundary upto a depth of one peripheral revenue village, wherever possible, with permissible activities.
Facility corridor ? Commercial, public, semi-public uses and recreational uses to be developed along major transport networks as facility corridor along major arterial roads.
Super tall building with Helipad facility ? This zone is suitable for such development being far away from the Air Funnel. This will not only change the skyline of Delhi but also facilitate international investors to develop state of the art urban design projects.
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Revanta Welfare Society will be just 5Km from the main GT Karnal Road. Major and Sub-Arterial roads have been carefully planned to make the Public Transport System in P zone accessible within 0.5 – 1 Km walking distance.