Delhi: Turning unaffordable, but hopes high
The city’s growth rate has slowed considerably during this decade — 2.1 per cent per annum as compared to 4 per cent per annum between 1991-2001. Delhi has undergone major infrastructural changes during the last decade. There are new roads, bridges and a modern metro transport system, making the Capital one of the most attractive cities to live in.
Real estate in Delhi has seen a tremendous growth in prices in the past few years. As the private builder policy is yet to be announced, the active involvement of developers and development authorities is yet to happen. The current real estate development activities are largely concentrated towards the development of builder floors and farm houses. As per the Master Plan (MPD) 2021, regularisation of unauthorised colonies and farmhouses is on the anvil, which will boost the real estate activity in Delhi. Also there has been a lot of speculative buying of land since 2007 when MPD 2021 was announced. It is worth mentioning that 50 per cent of Delhi, i.e. 60,000 hectares of land, is still to be developed and this presents a huge opportunity for developers.
Looking at the current scenario, there are no affordable regions left in Delhi, due to which people are moving to peripheral areas
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