The plan will act as a guiding framework of the planning and city’s growth till 2041.
New Delhi: Lieutenant-governor Anil Baijal on Thursday approved the Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) proposal to prepare a master plan for Delhi till 2041, which will streamline the development projects and policies for the city. The plan will act as a guiding framework of the planning and city’s growth till 2041.
The information was shared with lieutenant-governor Baijal during a DDA meeting. The project consists of four phases and would involve building a base line quantitative understanding of Delhi at the local and regional level with quantitative understanding gathered from historical data, data from DDA and other city agencies and primary data collection.
“This data would be overlaid on a GIS platform to understand linkages across various developmental themes in the city. This quantitative understanding will be complemented by a qualitative understanding of the issues through stakeholder consultations with government agencies, para statals, academia, sector experts, community groups and civil society organisations.