On the first day, about 1,500 reservations are made for DDA's Diwali Special Housing Scheme.

By Bricksnwall | 2023-12-13

On the first day, about 1,500 reservations are made for DDA's Diwali Special Housing Scheme.

Roughly 12,500 people have registered for the FCFS service overall.

The Diwali Special Housing Scheme had over 1,500 responses, according to the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), when reservations for flats that are offered on a first-come, first-served (FCFS) basis started on Monday.

The DDA website had almost 1,000 responses in the first hour after the registrations opened. The flats in Sector 14, Dwarka, designated for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Low Income Group (LIG), had sold out by the evening.

About 1,500 apartments in Dwarka, Narela, and Loknayak Puram were reserved on the opening day of the FCFS housing initiative. This number includes approximately 400 LIG flats and more than 1,100 EWS flats. Roughly 12,500 people have registered for the FCFS service overall.

In November, the DDA declared that more than 35,000 apartments would be sold as part of the Diwali Special Housing Scheme. About 4,700 Middle Income Group (MIG) apartments were part of this large offering, and they were situated in Narela (Sectors A1 to A4), Loknayak Puram, and Dwarka Sector 19B.

Furthermore, approximately 8,400 EWS homes in Dwarka, Narela, and Loknayak Puram, as well as 316 LIG flats in Dwarka Sector 14 and another 19,000 LIG flats scattered throughout several Narela pockets, were made accessible by the DDA.