The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Wednesday held a virtual draw of lots to allot 1,353 flats that had been put up for sale in the housing scheme for 2021.
The land-owning agency had received more than 22,000 applications for the housing scheme announced in January this year.
Senior DDA officials said that another housing scheme might be announced by the end of this year, as several flats in Narela, and other parts of the city, are in the final stages of construction.
DDA vice-chairman Anurag Jain said that all housing schemes in the future will be completely online. “This year, entire scheme, including draw of lots, was conducted online. The idea is to ensure that people don’t have to visit DDA offices to get work done,” said Jain.
There are close to 30,000 houses in various stages of construction in Narela, Dwarka, Rohini and other parts of Delhi. Jain said efforts are being made to improve connectivity between Narela and rest of the city.