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The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) builds homes for families belonging to all economic groups in the national capital. Once these homes are fully constructed, they are offered up as allotments to people under the various government housing schemes.

Official Details of DDA


The official contact details of the Delhi Development Authority are as follows:

Web Address


Link (for DDA-related feedback or complaints)

Visit Register Complaints/Feedback

DDA Toll-Free Number

1800 110 332

Office Address

Vikas Sadan, New Delhi 110 023

DDA Housing Scheme Flat List: Location and Tentative Prices

The locations at which the DDA has built residential properties and their approximate prices are as follows:


Type of Flat

Number of Flats

Approximate Cost of the Property

Jasola, Pocket-9B



₹2.08 Crores - ₹2.18 Crores

Narela, Sector A 1-4, Pocket-1C



₹1.00 Crore

Dwarka, Sector 19B, Pocket-3



₹1.23 Crores - ₹1.33 Crores

Narela, Sector G-7, Pocket-4



₹23.19 Lakhs

Rohini, Sector 34, Pocket- 1-4



₹14.1 Lakhs - ₹14.24 Lakhs

Narela, Sector G-8, Pocket-3



₹13.6 Lakhs - ₹13.9 Lakhs

Siraspur, Pocket-A1 & C2



₹17.4 Lakhs - ₹17.7 Lakhs

Narela, Sector G-2, Pocket-2



₹13.7 Lakhs - ₹13.9 Lakhs

Rohini, Sector 35, Pocket- 5



₹14.01 Lakhs - ₹14.24 Lakhs

Loknayak Puram, Pocket- A



₹26.9 Lakhs - ₹28.4 Lakhs

Narela, Sector A 1-4

1 BHK (Reserved for EWS Category)


₹10.9 Lakhs - ₹12.5 Lakhs

Narela, Sector G-7, Pocket-4 & 5

1 BHK (Reserved for EWS Category)


₹9.89 Lakhs

DDA Housing Scheme Eligibility Criteria

Only eligible applicants can apply for the DDA Housing Scheme. The eligibility for the same is as follows:

  • To be eligible the applicant must be an Indian citizen.

  • The applicant must be at least 18 years of age

  • You must not own any residential house or plot in full or in part, on leasehold/freehold basis in New Delhi, Delhi or Delhi cantonment, either in your own name or in the name of your wife/husband/minor dependent children. However, the above clause does not apply to the latest DDA Scheme, as Phase IV offers unsold flats in developing areas.

  • If the applicant jointly owns a plot or land under the residential house that is less than 66.9 square metres, he/she can apply under any of the schemes.

Documents Required to Apply for DDA Flats

The following are the documents required when applying for a DDA flat:

  • Identity proof such as your PAN card, passport, government Identity Card, Voter’s ID card, Driving License or Aadhaar Card.

  • Proof of residence such as Voter’s ID card, Ration card, Driving Licence, Electricity Bill, or other utility bills, House Tax Receipt, or Aadhaar Card.

  • Your income tax returns for the previous year.

  • Caste and physical disability certificate, if applicable

  • Bank account passbook and a duly filled affidavit

How to Apply for the DDA Housing Scheme

Given below are the steps to apply for the Delhi government housing scheme: 

  • Step 1: Visit the DDA’s official website and click on DDA Housing Scheme.

  • Step 2: Get registered by entering basic information like Applicant Name, Date of Birth, PAN No, Mobile No, and Email ID on the DDA official website.

  • Step 3: Login by entering the user ID and password provided through email to access the Application Form.

  • Step 4: Fill in the personal details, bank details, address details, joint applicant details, and select the category and location preferences in the application form.

  • Step 5: Go through the contents of the declaration carefully and submit the application form; the submission screen will be displayed showing the Application Form No, Submission Date, and Registration Amount for making payment.

  • Step 6: Make the payment for the registration amount through Net Banking or NEFT/RTGS through challan.

  • Step 7: Save or print the acknowledgement slip displayed on the screen after successful payment


Applicants must pay a non-refundable deposit to apply for a DDA flat under the housing scheme. For 1BHK Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) flats, applicants must pay ₹50,000 as the booking amount. 


For non-ESW flats, applicants must pay:

  • ₹1 Lakh if it is a 1BHK flat

  • ₹4 Lakhs if it is a 2BHK flat

  • ₹10 Lakhs if it is a 3BHK flat


The booking amount paid by the applicant will be adjusted against the cost of the flat.

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How are Homes Allotted under the DDA Scheme

The homes that fall under the purview of the DDA housing scheme are allotted through a computerised draw that is based on the lottery technique. The same is held under the supervision of three independent observers. 


After that, the results are posted and made available for everyone to see on the official DDA portal.

When and How to Pay for the DDA Flats

One can pay for the flats allotted to them under the DDA housing scheme by generating a challan online and then subsequently making the payment on the official web portal of the DDA.

  • The payment can be made through netbanking/NEFT/RTGS in one go

  • One can also make the payment by taking up a house loan by mortgaging the flat with DDA-recognised institutions

  • Individuals with disabilities can pay through cash by making a down payment first and then pay the balance in instalments


Note: The payment should be made within 90 days of the allotment.

How Does DDA’s Draw Work

DDA conducts a draw every year for the allocation of homes to Delhi residents from all walks of life. It is a computerised process that happens in three stages, namely:

  • Randomisation of applicants and flats

  • Picking lucky numbers, and

  • Mapping of applicants to flats


Note: The lucky draw is entirely random in nature; hence, one should always be wary of people who promise assured homes in the lucky draw.

How to Check Results of DDA Draw

One can check the DDA draw result by following the below-mentioned steps:

  • Step 1: Visit the DDA official website

  • Step 2: Click on the ‘Draw Result’ section in the top dashboard

  • Step 3: Click on the link that reads ‘DDA Flats Draw Result 2024’

  • Step 4: Download the draw result document

  • Step 5: Take a printout of the same for future reference

Documents Required after the DDA Flat Draw

One will need to furnish the following documents if they are a successful applicant of the DDA draw:

  • A self-attested copy of the PAN card

  • Residence proof (self-attested copy of ration card, passport, driving licence, electricity bill, telephone bill, or the like)

  • A self-attested copy of the bank passbook and/or bank account statements or a copy of the Income Tax Returns (ITR)

How to Surrender the DDA Flat

To surrender a DDA flat, one will have to fill up a ‘Cancellation Form’ either online or offline by visiting the DDA office. 

The applicant must submit the following if he/she wants to get their allotment cancelled:

  • Cancelled cheque

  • Original allotment letter

  • Acknowledgement slip


One must note that the DDA will charge a penalty on cancellation, which will vary depending upon when the flat is being surrendered.

FAQs on the DDA Housing Scheme

How will I get to know when the DDA schemes are announced?

DDA announces its housing schemes on its websites and through newspaper advertisements in leading publications.

How will I know the results of the DDA housing scheme draw?

Once the results of the lucky draw are out, the DDA publishes them immediately on their website as well as in leading publications.

Who can participate in the DDA draw for surrendered houses?

As per the rules, only the people on the waiting list can partake in DDA’s draw of surrendered flats.

What are the benefits of investing in DDA flats?

Flats developed by the DDA are more affordable than private establishments and are also delivered on time.

What are the features of the DDA Housing Scheme?

Through the DDA housing scheme, the Delhi Development Authority provides homes to residents coming from all walks of life through an online lottery.

What are the benefits of the DDA Housing Scheme under PMAY?

The DDA flat allottees can get benefits from the Central Government’s credit-linked Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). For instance, EWS- and LIG-category applicants can get an upfront subsidy of 6.5% p.a. on interest on a home loan of up to ₹6 Lakhs.

In addition, EWS category beneficiaries also receive central assistance of up to ₹1.5 Lakhs for the construction or enhancement of a home. MIG-1 and MIG-2 categories can get a subsidy of 4% and 3% on a loan of up to ₹5 Lakhs and ₹12 Lakhs, respectively.

What are the benefits of DDA Housing Scheme under PMAY?

The benefits that a beneficiary of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) can avail while participating in the DDA housing scheme are as follows:

  • People belonging to the EWS and LIG category can get an upfront subsidy of 6.5% p.a. on interest on a home loan of up to ₹6 Lakhs

  • People belonging to the MIG-1 category can avail a subsidy of 4% per annum on interest on a housing loan of up to ₹5 Lakhs

  • People from the MIG-2 category can get an upfront subsidy of 3% per annum on interest on a home loan of up to ₹12 Lakhs

  • A beneficiary belonging to the EWS category will get central assistance of up to ₹1.5 Lakhs for the construction or enhancement of a home

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