Zone P-II at A Glance
P-II ZONE HIGHLIGHTS
- Located in the North Delhi.
- 299 Ha of land proposed for various commercial activities.
- 20 Ha of land proposed for wholesale trade in Sector II.
- 15 Community Centre .
- Medical college 2 Nos., International Exhibition 1 No., Divisional sport Centre 2 Nos., District Sports Centre 3 Nos.,
- 216 Ha proposed for Hi-Tech /Electronic Industry along NH-1.
- Near to river Yamuna. Ground water level sufficient to cater to 20 L people for years.
- 3 major connecting expressways/roads named as Urban Extension Roads I, II & III (60M, 100M & 80M ) originating in this sector.
- First metro reaching in DMRC Phase-III originating from Mukundpur in P-II to Yamuna Vihar. Additionally Metro Stations have been provisioned in each sector in MPD 2021.
- The zone is located along River Yamuna and it is proposed to develop recreational areas, sports facility, Bio Diversity Park, Bird Sanctuaries, Boulevards etc. as part of river front development in Zone PII and Zone –O.
- Full blown river-front with ‘walk-ways’ ‘cycling paths’ leisure park along the river side boundary stretching 11.5 kms.
- Super Tall structure building provisioned in Sector V & VI with huge city park.
- This zone is well connected with important places in Delhi.
Distance from Main Delhi Landmarks
Zone P-II is the code name of DDA new housing hub provisioned under Delhi Master Plan 2021 spread in 8194 Hectares of land situated in northern part of Delhi. The zone has been divided into 13 Sectors and has already been approved and notified by the Government of India as well as DDA under Sub Section (2) of Section 9 under Delhi Development Act 1957 vide Notification No. F.4(4) 2008/MP/Pt. IV A/P/ Part Dated 2nd of August 2010. Skyscrapers complete with helipads to help residents reach their workplaces in a matter of minutes, new apartments for 4.22 lakh families — for every category in space-starved Delhi, a leisure valley, river-front boulevard, city park, museum, art galleries, open-air theatres and large stretches of greens interspersed with water bodies and much more.
- According to MPD-2021, urban extension areas are to be planned with a density of 250-300 persons per hectare. Based on the area under consideration, the proposed population would be 19 lakh, including the existing settlements.
- About 3,235 hectares has been proposed for residential use, including about 1,100 hectares under existing settlements including villages. Rest of the residential land use is proposed for new development.
- Model for urban design Leisure valley, river-front boulevard, specialized institute, IT complex, corridor along NH-I, city park complex.
- Bhalsawa Lake Complex to be developed over 102 hectares. Land is proposed to be developed as an integrated tourist complex along with a lake spread over 22 hectares, amusement park (12 Ha), commercial (8 Ha), recreational (46 Ha).
- Green belt to extend from the NCTD boundary up to a depth of one peripheral revenue village, wherever possible, with permissible activities.
- Facility corridor Commercial and public, semi-public uses and recreational uses to be developed along major transport networks as facility corridor along major arterial roads.
- Commercial about 282 hectares reserved for commercial use. 16 community centers, four district centers, a Delhi Agricultural Marketing Board wholesale fruit and vegetable market of 28 hectares have been proposed on NH-1, 20 hectares for wholesale trade.
- Government offices an integrated office complex covering 34 hectares has been proposed in sector-II and VI.
- Industry about 226 hectares of land has been proposed for industries. A hi-tech electronic industry along NH-I to provide city level specialized industry and to enhance the visual quality on NH-I entry corridor.