Zone L at A Glance

L ZONE (WEST DELHI-III) ZONE L                       (WEST DELHI-III), URBAN EXTENSION Area                            : 21933 Ha. City Level Density       : 800-1000 Persons Per Hectare (PPH) as per MPD 2021. Population Holding      : 30,00,000 Persons (APP) Capacity LOCATION North                           ROHTAK RAILWAY LINE / ZONE-N South                           NCTD BOUNDARY East                             EXISTING HT LINE AND ZONE-K West                            NCTD BOUNDARY LAND USE PLAN Total area                    : 21933 Ha. Area under                  : 10322 Ha. Proposed green belt    : 11611 Ha.

urbanisable area


Land use Area (Ha.) % age
Residential 5344 46.03
Commercial 600 5.17
Public & Semi Public 1800 15.50
Industrial 641 5.52
Recreational 1509 13.00
Government 658 5.67
Utility 129 1.11
Transportation 930 8.01
Total 11611 100.00


  •  South West Delhi
  • High & mid end project likely developments
  • Large green belt on the Delhi-Haryana border might encourage farm house projects
  • Closest to the Airport
  • 100 meter expressways
  • Density Sparse

L Zone :Features

  • The Najafgarh Jheel demarcates Delhi from Gurgaon on this part.
  • The area falling between the four landmarks, namely, the stretch of Jheel on one side, Dwarka on another, NH-10 (Rohtak Highway) on another, and Jhajjar (Haryana) on another.
  • The villages on the periphery of Delhi would be retained as green belts, acting as the lungs of
  • Delhi.
  • The upswing in residential zone land prices in Zone-L are likely to be higher in comparison to other zones

This is on account of Zone-L’s USPs, namely:

  • Proximity to the IGI airport.
  • Close proximity to the forthcoming 186-acre 18-hole golf course.
  • The planned second diplomatic enclave in Dwarka attracting VVIP security and its excellent ambience.
  • The proposed AIIMS II.
  • The forthcoming Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, among others.
  • The area is also in close proximity to South Delhi.

L Zone : Technical details.

  • This is about 5 to 10% of the total area available in Delhi for urbanisation.
  • New farm houses shall be only allowed in the green belt zone.
  • The L zone consists of 21 peripheral villages abutting Haryana.
  • The city is yet to spend/develop the infrastructure in these zones. 900 acres in L zone have been earmarked for a water reservoir by the Delhi government.
  • The Delhi government thinking is to have this zone act as the lungs of Delhi.
  • Farm houses in South Delhi are expensively priced between pays 15 to 20 crores per acre.
  • Investors in Delhi are excited that they have an opportunity to invest in a farmhouse at reasonable prices that exist in L and R zones.
  • Greenbelt near Gurgaon sectors have already seen 100% appreciation. Still, even today it is a good investment option as with passage of time, prices will continue to march northwards.

L Zone Location Map
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