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ILLUSTRATIVE LAYOUT PLANS OF SAMPLE SECTORS IN

LAND POOLING ZONES (P-II, N & L)


DDA Land Pooling Cell, 3rd Floor, Vikas Minar, I.P. Estate
New Delhi – 110002
Phone No. 011-23378518

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ZONE P-II
SECTOR 07
LOCATION AND CONTEXT IN ZONE

Zone – P II

JINDPUR
SECTOR 07

SECTOR 07
High potential for a sound MUKHMELPUR
GADI KHASRO
green-blue infrastructure

Sector area (P-II 07- 554/237 Ha)

• Presence of a big LDRA and large parcels of forest


land.
• Bounded by UER II and III on two sides and major
ROWs of 80m and 60m respectively on the remaining
sides.
• Proximity to Zone O and presence of Nalas.

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SECTOR CONTEXT

ZONE P-II
SHIV NAGAR Sector 07
Total area: 554 Ha
Vacant Area: 237 Ha

ZONE P-II The Sector is bounded by UER II and III to the North
ZDP PROPOSED UER- II and South respectively and major ROWs of 80m
and 60m respectively on the west and east.

MOHAMMEDPUR

HOLAMBI KALAN ZONE O


ALIPUR SECTOR 7
JINDPUR

MUKHMELPUR
GADI KHASRO

ZDP PROPOSED UER- III

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LEGEND
SECTOR- DEVELOPABLE LAND Sector area: 554 Ha
100M UER II Forest Land
LDRA
Village Abadi Area
HT Line
Developable Land Area: 237 Ha
NOTIFIED LDRA
Existing Nala and Water Bodies
Nala Buffer

DEVELOPABLE LAND
(237 Ha)

60% 40%
Land Component for Land Component for City level
Developer Consortium amenities
MUKHMELPUR (142.20 Ha) (94.80 Ha)
VILLAGE ABADI ZDP PROPOSED 30M ROW
AREA
BREAK-UP OF 60% LAND
53 % land component for 125.61 Ha 40% Land would be utilized for
residential provision of roads, greens, City-
(Gross Residential) level PSP, Utilities etc. as per the
Notified policy.
5% of land component for 11.85 Ha
commercial

80M UER III 2% of land component for 4.74 Ha


public-semi public

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STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

100M UER II
KEY IDEAS

01 Strengthening the green-blue


network using the sector’s
existing green assets like Forest
PSP EDGE Land and integrating them
COMMERCIAL EDGE with MPD Greens
GREEN EDGE
LDRA EDGE 02 Making interlinkages and
defining major vehicular
MAJOR ROW EDGE networks within the site.

Character 03 Placing district and community


facilities closer to major
LOW DENSIT Y
ROWs for better accessibility
Zone 02 PLOTTED HOUSING
04 Understanding the edge
conditions to define
‘Character Zones’ of proposed
Character neighbourhoods
Zone 01 Proposing a variety of bulit
Character
HIGH DENSIT Y
Zone 03
05 typologies ranging from
detached, semi detached
TOWER TYPOLOGY housing to walk-up and tower
MEDIUM DENSIT Y typologies.
HIGH-DENSITY WALK-UP
VARIABLE FAR
Three distinct ‘Character
TYPOLOGY
RECEIVING ZONE
06 Zones’ with Low, Medium and
High Densities respectively
PROPOSED SCHEMATIC LAYOUT PLAN
BREAK-UP OF GROSS RESIDENTIAL LAND (125.61Ha)

Net Residential 69.09 Ha


(55% of Gross Residential)
1 Land for Neighbourhood facilities, green and 56.52 Ha
LEGEND
roads
PUBLIC AND SEMI-PUBLIC FACILITES (45% of Gross Residential)
NEIGHBOURHOOD FACILITIES
NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS
FAR AND BUILT-UP CALCULATIONS FOR NET RESIDENTIAL

NEIGHBOURHOOD FACILITIES AREA


DESCRIPTION
CONVENIENCE SHOPPING Net residential area 69.09 Ha
Built-up Area (FAR 2) 1381710 Sq.m.
2
Additional EWS Built-up
(15% of the net residential built-up area) 207256.50 sqm
3 Total Built-up Area 1588966.50 sqm
1 SOCIO- CULTURAL CENTRE Assumption
Average size of DU – 100sqm
2 DISTRICT PARK
Size of EWS – 32 sqm.
4 3 COMMUNITY PARK

DISTRICT HOSPITAL POPULATION CALCULATIONS


4
5 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL/ SERVICES DESCRIPTION
6 MULTI-PURPOSE PARK, SPORTS, Estimated Population 91,322
5 OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES
Existing Population +VILLAGE ABADI 16,971
LDRA 12,652
Total Population (including existing) 1,20,946
6
5

8 NEIGHBORHOODS
(13,000 population / neighborhood)

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NEIGHBOURHOODS & BLUE GREEN NETWORK

NEIGHBOURHOOD
02
NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD
08 07 S 01
CITY PARK
NEIGHBOURHOOD
MUKHMEL S
06 CITY PARK
ABADI
NEIGHBOURHOOD
04

COMMUNITY PARK

DISTRICT PARK

COMMUNITY PARK

NEIGHBOURHOOD
03
FOREST
NEIGHBOURHOOD MPD GREENS
05 NAALA
NOTIFIED LDRA
S SUBWAY
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WALKABILITY
Making pedestrian and cycling interlinkages between neighbourhoods through community greens, that also integrate with
Neighborhood Greens through a continuous 6m pedestrian/ cyclist only network.
NEIGHBOURHOOD
02
NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD
08 07 S 01

MUKHMEL S
ABADI

NEIGHBOURHOOD
05
NEIGHBOURHOOD
04
NEIGHBOURHOOD
06

NEIGHBOURHOOD
03 PEDESTRIAN PATHS AND
PLAZAS
PEDESTRIAN PATHS
THROUGH GREENS
NOTIFIED LDRA S SUBWAY
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DISTRIBUTION OF AMENITIES
Locating the Neighbourhood facilities within 500m walking distance in all neighbourhoods and providing access
to District and Community facilities from major ROWS.

MUKHMEL S
M METRO STATION
ABADI
S SUBWAY
COMMECIAL
DISTRICT PSP (2%)
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES
GOVERNMANT LAND
ANCHORS / COMMUNITY NODES

SUBWAY
S
DISTRICT CENTRE
DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY PSP
NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES (SCHOOLS)
NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES (CONVENIENCE SHOPPING)
NOTIFIED LDRA ANCHORS / COMMUNITY NODES

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VARIABLE FAR RECEIVING ZONES

M METRO STATION
S SUBWAY
COMMECIAL
DISTRICT PSP (2%)
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES
GOVERNMANT LAND
ANCHORS / COMMUNITY NODES

RECEIVING ZONES (FAR UPTO 4.0)

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VARIABLE FAR & VERTICAL MIX SCENARIOS

WITH FAR 2 WITH VARIBALE FAR WITH VARIBALE & VERTICAL MIXING

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ZONE N
SECTOR 20

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LOCATION AND CONTEXT IN ZONE-N
BAWANA

Zone - N

POOTH KHURD ABADI


AREA

Sector area (N-20 380/121 Ha)

• Presence of a big laldora and extension and existence of


the Bawana industrial area
• One side of sector falls on the UER II (100mt) and southern
High potential for vertical mixing and sides on 45mts ROW.
commercial development • Phase IV of the Delhi Metro proposed to cross through the
sector 20 and pass into the Bawana Industrial area.
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SECTOR CONTEXT
BAWANA ZONE PI

BAWANA
INDUSTRIAL AREA

ZONE N

POOTH SECTOR 34
KHURD
SECTOR 20

SULTANPUR DABAS
SECTOR 29
SECTOR 35

BARWALA

JAIN COLONY ZONE M


SECTOR 30

PEHLADPUR
BANGER
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LOCATION AND CONTEXT IN ZONE

ZONE PI Sector 20
Total area: 380Ha
Vacant Area : 121 Ha

PROPOSED 60M ROAD


PROPOSED METRO ROUTE PHASE IV
PROPOSED METRO STATION
BAWANA
INDUSTRIAL AREA
ZONE N

The proposed 60m road


passes through the
Abadi Area and might
have to be re-aligned
so as not to disturb the
existing village abadi

ZONE M

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STRUCTURE DIAGRAM
BAWANA
INDUSTRIAL AREA
KEY IDEAS
60 METER PROPOSED ROAD

Metro influence zones


(TDR receiving areas and
vertical mixing zones)
01 Reinforcing the natural
systems by strengthening
M the green-blue network
within the site.
Central community
spine interlinking
POOTH KHURD VILLAGE different functions and
ABADI AREA neighborhoods Respecting the existing
02 context and promoting
an inclusive
Primary circulation
corridor development through
shared spaces.

M BARWALA Utilizing the potential of


Lung spaces in the
proposed metro corridor
form of parks
provided towards
03 running through the site
the existing to zone high density uses
settlement as and creating walkable
shared resource.
neighborhoods.
PEHLADPUR
BANGER
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SECTOR- DEVELOPABLE LAND LEGEND
Total area: 380Ha
Village Abadi Area
BAWANA
INDUSTRIAL AREA HT Line and Buffer
Developable Land Area: 114 Ha (excld.HT Buffer)
60 METER PROPOSED ROAD
Existing Nala and Water Bodies
Proposed Metro route (Phase IV)
Proposed Metro stations (Phase IV)

DEVELOPABLE LAND
(114 Ha)
POOTH KHURD
VILLAGE ABADI
AREA
60% 40%
Land Component for Land Component for City level
Developer Consortium amenities
(68.4 Ha) (45.6 Ha)

BREAK-UP OF 60% LAND


40% Land would be utilized for
53 % land component for 60.42 Ha provision of roads, greens, City-
residential
level PSP, Utilities etc. as per the
(Gross Residential)
Notified policy.
5% of land component for 5.70 Ha
commercial
2% of land component for 2.28 Ha
public-semi public

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PROPOSED SCHEMATIC LAYOUT PLAN
HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOOD GREENS
BREAK-UP OF GROSS RESIDENTIAL LAND (60.42 Ha)

Net Residential
NF (S)
(55% of Gross Residential) 33.23 Ha

Land for facilities, green and roads


(45% of Gross Residential) 27.18 Ha
NF

D
NF
FAR AND BUILT-UP CALCULATIONS FOR NET RESIDENTIAL

D
C DESCRIPTION AREA
C
C NF (S) Net residential 33.23 Ha
Built-up Area (FAR 2) 6,64,620 sqm
D Additional EWS Built-up
(15% of the net residential built-up area) 99,693 sqm
NF
C Legend- Total Built-up Area 7,64,313 sqm
NF (S) NF
C
METRO ROUTE (PHASE IV)
METRO STATIONS (PHASE IV) POPULATION CALCULATIONS
NF
D DISTRICT PSPs (40%)
D DISTRICT PSP (2%) DESCRIPTION
Total Number of Households 9,761
C COMMUNITY FACILITIES
NF Estimated Population (Developable land) 43,927
NF (S) NF NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES
C NF (S) SCHOOLS
C
C PARKS & OPEN SPACES
D
COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL 4 NEIGHBORHOODS
(11,000 population / neighborhood)
GOVERNMENT LAND

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NEIGHBOURHOODS &WALKABILITY NEIGHBOURHOOD
01

S
Creating a walkable network through
housing & neighborhood parks,
community greens, pedestrian streets,
M
subways etc. NEIGHBOURHOOD
02

GOVERNMANT LAND NEIGHBOURHOOD


PATHWAYS 03

PEDESTRIAN STREETS NEIGHBOURHOOD


04

S
S

M
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DISTRIBUTION OF AMENITIES
Creating a central community spine for cultural exchange S
supported by a network of public open spaces, pedestrian
streets and amenities that create cross-links between
neighborhoods and brings people from all walks of life
M
together into one space.

M METRO STATION
S SUBWAY
COMMECIAL
DISTRICT PSP (2%)
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
NEIGHBOURHOOD AMENITIES
GOVERNMANT LAND
ANCHORS / COMMUNITY NODES

S
S

Reinforcing the existing drainage network


running within the site and integrating it
M with the site-wide park system.

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VARIBALE FAR RECEVINGZONE &
VERTICAL MIXING ZONES
Connecting People to Public Transit : Concentrating density in
the form of Variable FAR receiving Zones, affordable housing,
retail and business anchors within a 5-minute walking radius from
metro stations, we can reduce the dependency on private M
vehicles within the township.

VERTICAL MIXING (plot size >5000sqm & FAR 3.0)


VARIBALE FAR RECEIVING ZONES (FAR 4.0)
GOVERNMANT LAND

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ZONE L
SECTOR 03

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LOCATION AND CONTEXT IN ZONE L
Sector with high Potential for
variable FAR receiving and
Transit Oriented
Development (TOD) TIKRIKALAN
JAFARPUR
HIRANKUDNA

NEELWAL

Sector area (L-3-302/210 Ha)

• Strategically located- UER I (80 mt) on the one side and 45


mt ROW on other 2 sides.
• Falls on the major Existing road.
• Less built area with a Lal dora (Neelwal).
• Existing development in the adjacent sectors supports the
potential for commercial development.
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SECTOR CONTEXT
Refinery
Sector 03
Refinery Total area: 302Ha
Vacant Area: 210 Ha
M
M
M
Existing Industrial

टटर्करी र्कलाां
Existing ESS ZONE K-I
ZONE L जाफर परु
टिरन र्कुदना SECTOR BOUNDARY
LAL DORA’S
EXISTING ROAD
NH10
नीलवाल SAWDA GHERA ROAD
पीवीसी मार्केट Bakkarwala
M METRO STATION
EXISTING ESS
PVC MARKET
PROPOSED ROAD NETWORK
UER I (80 MT ROW)

45 MT ROW
30 MT ROW

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SITE OPPORTUNITIES
KEY OPPORTUNITIES IDEAS
ZONE N
Utilization the potential of
01 Two UER on both side,
through the active
edges and high density
(variable FAR receiving
zone)and promoting
accessed walkable
green

02 Strengthening natural
systems by creating
green-blue network
within the site.
CITY LEVEL -PSP

ZONE L 03 Accessing opportunity


for shared commercial
development along the
DISTRICT UER I.
CENTRE

04 Connectivity created
ZONE K-I
opportunity for placing
ZONE K- I city level pubic services

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SECTOR- DEVELOPABLE LAND DEVELOPABLE LAND
(210 Ha)

45mt ROW
60% 40%
Land Component for Land Component for
Developer Consortium City level amenities
Hiran Kudna (126 Ha) (84 Ha)

BREAK-UP OF 60% LAND


40% Land would be utilized
53 % residential 111.3 Ha
for provision of roads,
(Gross Residential)
greens, City-level PSP,
5% for commercial 10.5 Ha Utilities etc. as per the
2% for public-semi 4.2 Ha Notified policy.
Neelwal public

LEGEND
Total area: 380Ha
Village Abadi Area
Developable Land Area: 210 Ha
Existing Nala and Water Bodies
Proposed UER I (80mt Row)

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STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

KEY IDEAS

High-rise High-rise
residential residential HIRAN
INSTITUTIONAL
NODE
towers towers KUDNA
01 Reinforcing the natural
systems by strengthening
the green-blue network
Mid-rise within the site.
Mid-rise residential
CENTRAL
residential towers
ANCHOR
towers
(Community Respecting the existing
facilities &
Iconic towers) 02 context and promoting
an inclusive
NEELWAL development through
shared spaces.

COMMERCIAL
NODE 45M Road Low-rise plotted
Demonstrating a poly-
Bungalows
centric development
03 model.

GREEN
NODE Creating walkable &
04 safe neighborhoods.
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PROPOSED SCHEMATIC LAYOUT PLAN
BREAK-UP OF GROSS RESIDENTIAL LAND (111.3 Ha)
LAND-USE PLAN
Net Residential 61.22 Ha
(53% of 55% Gross Residential)
6

24mt ROW
Land for PSP facilities, green and 50.08 Ha

12mt ROW
18mt ROW
roads (45% of Gross Residential)

12mt ROW
1 4

FAR AND BUILT-UP CALCULATIONS FOR NET


RESIDENTIAL
18mt ROW

DESCRIPTION AREA (HA)


2

12mt ROW

12mt ROW
Net residential 61.22 Ha
Built-up Area (FAR 2) 12,24,300 sq mt
18mt ROW Additional EWS Built-up
6 6 (15% of the net residential built-up
area) 183645 sq mt
24mt ROW
3 Total Built-up Area 14,07,945 sq mt
5

POPULATION CALCULATIONS
DESCRIPTION
Estimated Population 80,919
1 ZONAL- Medical college Existing Population +VILLAGE ABADI 6,191
2 DISTRICT- Hospital services
Total Population (including existing) 87,109
3 DISTRICT Centre- CBD PSPs
4 DISTRICT Bus Depot, & Terminal COMMERCIAL -DISTRICT CENTRE
7
RESIDENTAIL
5 ZONAL-Religious & Burial GOVERNMENT GREEN PSP

6 COMMUNITY SERVICES RECERATIONAL (CP, DP) 08 16


EXISTING ABADIES
NEIGHBORHOODS HOUSING UNITS
7 DISTRICT - PARK
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NEIGHBOURHOODS
NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD
04 05 06 07 08

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD


03 02 01
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WALKABLE STREETS & BLUE GREEN NETWORK

O O

W A L K A B L E S T R E E T S

Reinforcing the existing drainage network


running within the site and integrating it
with the site-wide park system.

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DISTRIBUTION OF AMENITIES
NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD
04 05 06 07 08

Creating a central community spine (along


30M wide central ring road) for cultural
exchange supported by a network of
public open spaces, pedestrian streets and
amenities that create cross-links among
eight neighborhoods.

COMMERCIAL

INSTITUTIONAL / PSPS

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD CITY LEVEL PSPS


03 02 01
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CHARACTER ZONES

Eight neighborhoods mostly comprises of three distinct character


zones – vertical mixing zones, standard group housing plots and
plotted bungalow zones. Vertical mixing zones have been
placed along the central ring road and zonal roads.

VERTICAL MIXING ZONE 1 (plot size >5000sqm & FAR 3.0)


VERTICAL MIXING ZONE 2 (plot size >5000sqm & FAR 4.0)
STANDARD GROUP HOUSING PLOTS (plot size >5000sqm & FAR 2.0)
PLOTTED BUNGALOW AREA (plot size <2000sqm)

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DISCLAIMER
The amenities, specifications, facilities, surrounding infrastructure, stock images and features shown and/or
mentioned and the image renders used herein are purely indicative and for awareness. These may differ from the
actuals. All figures and photographs in this document are for representation only.

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Regulations notified by Central Government/DDA, however, incase of any conflict/ discrepancy the notified Land
Policy, S.O. 5220(E) dated 11 October, 2018 would prevail.

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