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What is Lal Dora?

The term “LAL DORA” was used for the first time in the year 1908. It is a name clas­si­fic­a­tion given to that part of the vil­lage land which is part of the vil­lage “Abadi” (Hab­it­a­tion). It was sup­posed to be used for non agri­cul­tural pur­pose only. It is that part of the land which was sup­posed to have been an exten­sion of the vil­lage hab­it­a­tion, wherein the vil­la­gers used to have their sup­port sys­tems, live­stock etc. In the olden days, these areas were marked by the land rev­enue depart­ment by tying a Red Thread (Lal Dora in Hindi lan­guage) around it, to make a bound­ary and to dis­tin­guish it from the agri­cul­tural land. The lal Dora also denotes that the jur­is­dic­tion of the muni­cipal author­it­ies or the urban devel­op­ment is not applic­able, in toto.

In 1957, the Delhi muni­cipal cor­por­a­tion issued a noti­fic­a­tion n and the gov­ern­ment lis­ted the lands under the LAL DORA clas­si­fic­a­tion, within and on the out­skirts of Delhi.

Lal Dora was exempt from the build­ing byelaws, and strict con­struc­tion norms and reg­u­la­tions, as reg­u­lated under the Delhi muni­cipal act. There was / is no need to apply for the build­ing sanc­tion plans etc. In 1963, the MCD passed a noti­fic­a­tion which did not make it man­dat­ory for build­ing sanc­tion plans to be passed for the urban Lal Dora lands too.

Though the term Lal Dora applies to both Rural & Urban vil­lages, the thin divid­ing line has van­ished over the period of time, and prime areas of Delhi today (though still clas­si­fied as Lal Dora) oper­ate com­mer­cial & high end res­id­en­tial areas.

Vil­lages like Bas­ant Gaon, Munirka, Khirki, Yusuf Sarai, Kat­waria Sarai, Mahip­alpur, Chhatarpur, Sant Nagar, Rang­puri, Kan­jhawla, Najafgarh, Lado Sarai, Mehrauli, Shah­pur Jatt etc. have all been absorbed into the developed lim­its of Delhi, and they form part of the elite area.

The Lal Dora areas in some of the rural vil­lages, which are sur­roun­ded by agri­cul­tural land, have been included under the Delhi mas­ter plan MPD 2021. These Lal Dora lands would about the premium res­id­en­tial & com­mer­cial zones. To top it all, many such lal Dora areas would be extremely well con­nec­ted through the pro­posed ini­ti­at­ives of the gov­ern­ment to con­nect the Delhi city through a maze of Roads, express­ways, met­ros etc.

Many Lal Dora abadis have the facil­it­ies provided by the gov­ern­ment like secure elec­tri­city con­nec­tion, water from the Delhi Jal board, sew­er­age etc. After the New mas­ter plan of Delhi MPD 2021 is noti­fied, many agri­cul­tural lands of these vil­lages would be included in the res­id­en­tial or com­mer­cial zones. With the pro­vi­sion of infra­struc­ture in these areas, most of the erstwhile Lal Dora areas without these amen­it­ies & infra­struc­ture would be included.

Stat­ist­ics reveal that there are 362 vil­lages in Delhi, out of which 135 are clas­si­fied as urban vil­lages, and 227 are clas­si­fied as rural vil­lages. Dec­ades back, when the rev­enue set­tle­ment was under­taken in Delhi, for the first time, most of these vil­lages were well defined and the pop­u­la­tion was enu­mer­ated within those bound­ar­ies. The land out­side these Lal Dora lands was appraised for the pur­pose of land rev­enue, as Agri­cul­tural land. Between 1908 and 1952 (when the con­sol­id­a­tion exer­cise was taken up again), the pop­u­la­tion of these vil­lages expan­ded and the vil­lages too had exten­ded bey­ond the earlier defined bound­ar­ies. The new peri­phery bound­ar­ies were termed as “PHIRNI” and the areas between the earlier LAL DORA bound­ar­ies, and the “PHIRNI” was known as the exten­ded Lal Dora area.

In August 1963, a noti­fic­a­tion was issued by the then Delhi admin­is­tra­tion that no build­ing permits are required for the con­struc­tion on the exten­ded Lal Dora land, too, if and since, the land owner is cre­at­ing a hab­it­a­tion / house for his own liv­ing / subsistence.

Puth Khurd & Kanjhawala:

Today, the main focus of investors of Delhi is in these area's after arising so many tension in noida between farmers & developers. In Puth Kurd and Kanjhawala, the Delhi Govt. has extended Laldora space which is known as 'Freehold Extended Laldora Residential Plots.

Status=> LalDora Residential Plots

  • Freehold Registry Plots.
  • Area: 2100 sq. yards each. (smaller and larger size also available)
  • Sewage, water, electricity available.
  • Roads 150ft., 100ft., 41ft. & 25ft. available.
  • All plots two side open with 16.5ft. service lane.
  • No house tax on Laldora residential plots.
  • Can construct four stories with basement.
please give us a call and we will be glad to assist you with it. You can reach us at (+91) 9711144559.

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Plots / Land for Sale in Kanjhawala as per MPD 2021.

Opportunity in Kanjhawala Extended Lal Dora.

About Our Expertise

We, Shri Tirupati Balaji Properties, are a well-established name, engaged in offering Rendering, Selling and Buying Services with respect to the Real Estate Property. We mainly deals in Residental Zone Land, Laldora Lands, Green Belt Lands zones under Delhi Master plan (MPD-2021).

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