DELHI MASTER PLAN 2021
SUBMITTED BY- AKANKSHA
"A Master Plan is the long term perspective plan for guiding the
sustainable planned development of the city. This document lays
down the planning guidelines, policies, development code and
space requirements for various socio-economic activities
supporting the city population during the plan period. It is also
the basis for all infrastructure requirements."
Vision for tomorrow
POPULATION: 16.3 MILLION (2015)
AREA: 1,484.0 km2
Objectives of Master Plan
• The main objective of master plan is to give direction to future growth of
the development area and making viable and practicable adjustment in
the already developed unplanned land.
• Assessment of proposals of previous master plan, achievements and
validity in today’s context.
• Formulation of proper goals and objectives for city’s organized
• Traffic and transportation: effective transportation system to be
• To provide the citizens with basic amenities/ services and it’s balanced
• Interrelationship between various land uses of the city.
• Historical buildings, places of architectural importance, conservation
and formulation of policies.
• To provide the city with a healthy physical environment.
Vision 2021 is to make Delhi a global
metropolis and a WORLD CLASS city.
What the term “world class” means is
undefined except somewhat commitment
“where all the people would be engaged in
productive work with a better quality of life,
living in a sustainable environment”.
Though, this statement should logically
apply to all settlements and societies,
whether “world class” or not.
15 zones of Delhi
6 rural zones of Delhi
9 urban zones of Delhi
The P-I Zone is located in North West Delhi. The total area of
the zone is 9,866 hectares of which 7,365 can be developed.
The remaining 2,501 hectares is under the green belt as per
MPD 2021 land use plan. It is proposed for a population of 16.2
lakh including that of the existing settlements. The existing
railway line has been proposed as the major mass transit
movement corridor for this zone. The residential areas are
proposed to be located on both sides of the railway line within
a distance of 3-4 Kms. An integrated system of green linkages
and circulation network will connect residential areas with
work centres and various social cultural facilities. Residential
land use shall make up 42.98% of the total land area for P-I
Zone and when fully developed will provide housing facilities
to over 3.6 Lakh families from all socio-economic backgrounds.
Situated in North West Delhi in the Narela Urban Extension project.
A large park and playfield along with community centre will form a nucleus of each
community, accessible by pedestrian and cycle tracks.
A number of education and entertainment amenities including a University Centre
(1 No), Medical College (2 Nos.), Divisional Sports Centre (1 No), District Sport
Centre (3 Nos.), International Exhibition cum Fair Ground (1 No), District Jail (1
A National Science Park of 4 hectares has also been proposed near Kuraini as a
major component to strengthen the overall attractiveness of the sub-city.
The Integrated Freight Complex (IFC) covering an area of 392 hectares
accommodates the wholesale trade, district centre, metropolitan transport centre
and ISBT, which form the focal point of the zone. The already existing Narela Udyog
Vihar covers 247 hectares. Another major industrial area is proposed at Bawana
accommodating 20,000 industrial plots.
MPD 2021 anticipates a work force of about 6.2 Lakh with the IFC acting as a major
source of employment, particularly white-collared jobs.
An integrated Government office complex has been proposed in Sector B-3 (16 ha.)
which will comprise the offices of GNCTD / local bodies district court etc.
The zone offers easy access to all central parts of Delhi and surrounding areas via
the UER I, II and III connecting with NH-1, NH-10 (Rohtak Road) and NH-8
intersecting at Narela, Rohini and Dwarka. Not to mention just 20 mins drive to the
Airport, 30 minutes to Gurgaon and 40 minutes to Noida.
Located in the North Delhi.
The zone has 13 sectors
299 Ha of land proposed for various commercial activities.
20 Ha of land proposed for wholesale trade in Sector II.
15 Community Centre .
Medical college 2 Nos., International Exhibition 1 No., Divisional sport Centre 2
Nos., District Sports Centre 3 Nos.,
216 Ha proposed for Hi-Tech /Electronic Industry along NH-1.
Near to river Yamuna. Ground water level sufficient to cater to 20 L people for
3 major connecting expressways/roads named as
Urban Extension Roads I, II & III (60M, 100M & 80M ) originating
in this sector.
First metro reaching in DMRC Phase-III originating from Mukundpur
in P-II to Yamuna Vihar.
Additionally Metro Stations have been provisioned in each sector in
Distance from main landmarks
NH-1 – 5 Km
Karnal Bye Pass – 9 Km as Mukraba Chowk
ISBT – 16 Km
Connaught Place – 19 Km
Airport through new UER-II 20 Minutes Drive
Subhash Chowk – 2 Km
Lavanya Motel & Resort – 5 Km
Splash Water Park – 5 Km
Mukarba Chowk – 9 Km
Rohini / Netaji Subhash Place – 13 Km
Zone P-II is the code name of DDA new housing hub
provisioned under Delhi Master Plan 2021.
The zone has been divided into 13 Sectors and
has already been approved and notified by the Government
of India as well as DDA under Sub Section (2) of Section 9
under Delhi Development Act 1957 vide Notification No.
F.4(4) 2008/MP/Pt. IV A/P/ Part Dated 2nd of August
Skyscrapers complete with helipads to help residents reach
their workplaces in a matter of minutes, new apartments for
4.22 lakh families — for every category in space-starved
Delhi, a leisure valley, river-front boulevard, city park,
museum, art galleries, open-air theatres and large stretches
of greens interspersed with water bodies and much more.
DELHI L ZONE
L Zone of Delhi is all set to be the smart city that uses digital technologies to enhance performance
and well being to reduce costs and resources consumption and also to engage more effectively
and actively with its residents. It will have, among other facilities, 100% power, 100% web
connectivity, 24x7 water supply and high frequency mass transport
LOCATION & AREA
Strategic & well connected location of L – Zone Neighboring Dwarka on one side & Gurgaon on the
other. The Zone covers an area of around 23 thousand Hectares & is surrounded by the following
NH-10/Rohtak Road & Railway Line in North
Zone K mainly comprising of Dwarka sub-city in East
NCR boundary on southern & western sides
Najafgarh is one of the main urban agglomeration
Green Belt identified area along with the NCT Delhi Boundary and permission to farmhouses &
Allotment of approx. 900 acres in L Zone for Water reservoir
Proposed to be planned for 20lac population
L Zone: key points
Biggest Land area allocated in MDP – 2021 : 22,840
Hectares. Plans to inhibit 20 lakh citizens
Strategic Location : 2nd Diplomatic Enclave(a la
Chanakyapuri) barely 2 kms away. Fully developed suburb of
Dwarka roughly 3kms away and new AIIMS around 4 kms
Convenient Connectivity : Domestic & International Airport
10 kms away
Preferential Development: 900 acres of land allocated for
Water Reservoirs alone. Metro Connectivity expected to be
completed by 2016. Northern Peripheral Road, NH – 8,
Bijwasan Road enhance connectivity to Gurgaon & South Delhi
Why West Delhi is a preferred area
West Delhi will be the centre of industrial and infrastructural
development activities in the next 10 - 15 years.
In MPD- 2021, out of 60,000 hectares - slated for the
development, about 40,000 hectares lie in West Delhi.
Of the total 29 industrial estates notified by the Delhi
government, eight are in West Delhi.
Rising costs of land and non availability in Delhi for commercial
spaces was a major reason why investors were forced to choose
NH 10 to
NH 1 to
NH 2 to
NH 8 to GURGAON
g NH1 –
100 meter road
Dwarka – NH8
NEW ROADS TO BE
10 min from IGI Airport & NH
2 min from UER I & II
5 min from Dwarka-Gurgaon
5 min from upcoming
5 min from Dwarka Sec-21
Metro Station & N. R. Mega
2 min from Golf Course &
5 min from upcoming Disney
10 min to forthcoming AIIMS-2
10 min from upcoming Delhi
University & National Law
10 min from upcoming I.P
A hierarchy of health facilities / hospitals has been proposed to meet the requirement of 20
lakh population of the zone and to provide 5 hospitals – beds per thousand population.
To enable optimum utilization of resources and available education infrastructure, need to
The Zone L of West Delhi is contemplated to be a major hub for population in the near
future. The zone covers an area formulate policies and norms have been recognized in the
Master Plan. Also, land measuring about 53.6 ha is to be kept of 22,979 hectares and is
located in the South West Delhi, hence is closest to South Delhi. The zone shares boundary
metro city life, the zone is decked with elite amenities and has access to the upcoming Delhi’s
largest Golf Course. The In the zone, a site of about 17 ha already exists for sports Training
Institute. New sports facilities have to area is surrounded by NH-10/Rohtak Road and
Railway line in the North and Dwarka Sub-City in the East. Being the be provided in the zone
in a hierarchy of divisional sports centre / Golf Course, District Sports Centre and
Community most well-connected zone of the city makes L Zone a highly sought after
residential zone in the coming ﬁve years. sports centre. The Zone L is envisioned to be the
next area to ease out the space related issue in the city. If any time is the ideal time
Two plots of Head Post o ce each 2500 sq.m. and two plots of
Telephone Exchange each 2500 sq.m. are to be provided. Remote
subscriber units within radius of 3 Km each of 300 sq.m. shall also
be provided in the sector / scheme at appropriate location.
SECURITY & SAFETY FACILITIES:
Police Station / Police Post, Police Lines and Jail etc. shall be
provided in Public / Semipublic use. The requirement of 13 ha land
for security facilities and 15 ha for safety facilities such as Fire
Station has been proposed.
LAND POOLING POLICY
Land Pooling Policy aims to prevent selling of land without the owner’s
consent. This policy assures fundamental changes in the way of
acquisition and development of land in Delhi. Under this policy, land
owners can surrender their land holding into the central pool and
become a stakeholder to the development proposed on their land. Once
the land is pooled, the land owner would get back either 48 % or 60% of
the total land surrendered (according to the regulations defined in Land
Pooling Policy issued by DDA) as developable land and the rest would
be retained with DDA for creation of infrastructure as well as shall
monetized for specific purposes. For once, the disputes on
undervaluation of land for acquisition would be removed and the
process would seem fair to every land owner, irrespective of the size of
their land holding.