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Purchasing a house in Delhi had become a distant dream owing to high land cost and unavailability of land with DDA for allotment to Group Housing Societies as had been done earlier in Patparganj, Rohini and Dwarka around the 1980s. The opportunity has now come by way of DDA's Land Pooling Policy (LPP) under Delhi Master Plan, 2021 to de-congest the National Capital Region and facilitate it with all modern amenities on the concept of "Smart Cities". As per the Policy, a Society/ Developer should have minimum 5 acres of agricultural land for submission to DDA, who will develop the whole area and return the residential land equivalent to 60% of their land.
As per the Policy, Delhi has been divided into 15 zones and all the left out land of around 22,000 hectares in Delhi has to be converted into residential zone, most prominent of which is Land N-Zone comprising around 10,000 hectares of land (25,000 acres) in view of it's being adjacent to Dwarka, Gurgaon and IGI Airport, where DDA has already constructed Urban Extension Road (UER-II) and planned Diplomatic Enclave, AIIMS, International Golf Club etc.