Zone P1


The NCT of Delhi (NCTD) has been divided in 15 planning zones (divisions) designated from ‘A’ to ‘P’ (except Zone-I) in the Master Plan for Delhi (MPD) - 2021, P-Zone is further sub divided into two zones designated on P-I & P-II zones. P-I zone covers an area of 9866 Ha.


As per MPD-2001 provisions, this zone covers Narela sub-city that comprises of parts of Zones - M, N and P. It formed part of the urban extension plan of MPD-2001 approved by the Authority vide Resolution No. 79 dated 30.6.1987. Hereinafter this zonal plan is referred to as Zonal Plan of Narela, Zone P-I as per MPD-2021.

The objectives of the zonal development plan are as under:-

  1. As per MPD-2021 this area will be developed as an integrated part of urban extension with self sufficient and high level of the services.
  2.  This area will cater to all sections of the society in term of housing and employment.
  3.  To provide a comprehensive framework of land/uses as envisaged in the urban extension plan of MPD-2021.
  4. To retain the green belt as shown in the MPD-2021 land-use plan

LOCATION, BOUNDARIES AND AREA 

P-I zone is located in the North-West of NCTD & the boundaries are as under :

  1. North: NCTD Boundary
  2. South: Boundaries of Sub-zones C and H
  3. East: G. T. Karnal Road (NH-1)
  4. West: Western Yamuna Canal

The total area of the zone is 9866 Ha. of which urbanisable area of the zone is 7365 Ha. The remaining 2501 Ha. is under Green Belt towards Northern border of NCTD as per the land use plan of MPD- 2021.

Zonal Plan of Narela Subcity
Based on the MPD-2001 the zonal plan of this zone (comprising of part zone M, N & P) covering an area of 9866 Ha. was approved vide letter No. 13011/7/06/DDIB dated 26.05.2006 with the proposals as given below :

  1. 3165 ha. of land earmarked for residential use to accommodate 12 lakh population
  2. For integration of goods movement by road and rail freight complex is proposed this consist of wholesale market, chemical market, ware housing, road (truck) and rail transport terminal, ISBT etc
  3. To cater to the inter city passenger movement a metropolitan passenger terminal is provided in the zonal plan.

About 1500 ha. land in this zone has been developed in the form of various housing category i.e. EWS, LIG, MIG & SFS flats. Approx. 850 nos. of alternative plots for the land owner where land is acquired. Relocation of slum & JJ squatters from other parts of Delhi. Macro/Micro level facilities such as hospital, water & sewerage pumping station, cremation ground, convenient & local shopping centre, development of roads and about 300 ha. of Industrial Areas.

The zone P-I is very well connected by major roads and highways & ideally suited for the urban development. The entire zone area is a vast expanse of more or less flat terrain with land gradually slopping towards the south. The area has very large green tree coverage in the form of orchards, forest (declared as reserved forest) and farmlands. The whole of sub-city has good natural drainage system and the area is divided into two drainage basins (i) catchments of Bawana escape and (ii) catchments of Drain No. 6. Both these drains have number of subsidiaries spread over the entire sub-city area holding mainly the rural discharge.

  1. The major portion of planned development taken up by DDA is near the Narela Town on acquired land of about 516 ha. for various uses.
  2.  The total area of 477 ha. has been identified for industrial use zone out of which 247 ha. has already been developed by DSIDC and is operational.
  3. Land for utilities like water treatment plant, roads, ESS, part of Integrated Freight Complex has been acquired and is being developed.
  4. Integrated Freight Complex (IFC) covering an area of 397.81 ha. is a major economic and employment generation centre.

Development Catalysts

  1. Construction of 100 m. Urban Extension Road (UER) - II, 80 m. UER-I & III and 60 m. R/W roads for connectivity and opening of the area.
  2.  Extension of Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) routes from Barwala to Bawana and Holambi Kalan station.
  3.  Increase in the frequency of shuttle train service between Delhi and Narela.
  4.  Introducing new routes and increasing frequency of existing bus routes.
  5.  Relocation of existing grain godowns to the designated warehousing at IFC.
  6.  Relocation of Chemical Market and wholesale markets in IFC.
  7. Development of industrial areas.

LAND USE PLAN

Land-use Break-Up

SL. No

Land Use

Area (ha) as per ZDP P-1, MPD-2021

Proposed % age

Remark

 

1

Residential

3164

42.95

Shifting of Jail & addition of Residential area under 20 point programme

2

Commercial

391

5.31

 

3

PSP Facilities

603.6

8.2

PSP (AIR Land) to Recreational

4

Manufacturing

477

6.48

FA-4 shown as Facility Corridor as per MPD 2021

5

Utility

337.5

4.58

Jal Board’s land shown as Utility

6

Government

16

0.22

 

 

7

 

Recreational

1290.9

17.53

PSP (AIR Land), Utility (WTP) and utilization of land under HT line to Recreational

8

Transportation

1085

14.73

Reduced 60 m. R/W road to 30 m. R/W

 

Total

7365

100

 

 

VILLAGES IN NARELA SUBCITY

  1. Alipur (Cesus Town)
  2. Bakner
  3. Bhorgarh
  4. Budhpur- Bijpur
  5. Holambi Kalan
  6. Holambi Hhurd
  7. Iradat Nagar Alias Naya Bans
  8. Khera Kalan
  9. Khera Khurd
  10. Kureni
  11. Mamurpur
  12. Narela Census Town
  13. Sanoth
  14. Shahpur Garhi
  15. Singhola
  16. Siraspur
  17. Tikri Khurd
  18. Razapur Kalan