The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is all set to submit the tenders of the development of three consolidated sub-cities in in the coming month. Moreover, the construction work for development of Yamuna river front will commence from 2nd October.
This timeline was set for DDA by The Housing and Urban Affairs (HUA) on Friday. The decision taken also stated that these sub-cities will be developed in a way that they will have all the characteristics of smart cities like rain water harvesting, 100% treatment of waste, 100% water and electricity supply etc. As per the sources, these sub-cities are going to be developed in a better way than done by the private developers in Delhi NCR.
The bidding will be invited and entertained by DDA in August. The proposal by the authority is to construct consolidated cities on unoccupied and available land in Rohini (259 hectares), Dwarka (200 hectares) and Narela (218 hectares). Once the bidding starts and the developers participate, they will be chosen by October.