Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has informed the National Green Tribunal that there would be no tree cutting in Qutab Golf Course at Lado Sarai in south Delhi as it has revised the redevelopment plan for the area.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed DTC to take steps to vacate the land on the banks of Yamuna on which the Millennium bus depot was built at a cost of Rs 60 crore ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Health Ministry is unaware of a WHO report which says radiations emanating from mobile towers can "possibly cause cancer", the Central Information Commission has noted in its order while asking it to explain measures taken to inform people of its harmful effects.
Union Urban Development ministry has set up a high-powered review and monitoring committee to fast track approval of building plans in Delhi and give a boost to the construction business in the national capital.
The DDA on Monday approved the 'Environment and Transport' chapters of Master Plan for Delhi 2021 which includes transit-oriented development that seeks reduction in road congestion through less dependence on private vehicles and more on improved public transport system.
To make adequate accommodation facility for senior officials, the Urban Development Ministry has enhanced its housing pool in higher categories in Delhi by adding 362 flats in the categories of Type V(B) and above.
Redevelopment of Anand Vihar and Bijwasan railway stations as world-class infrastructure and integration of 34 metro stations into a multi-modal transportion system were among the decisions approved by the DDA's planning body UTTIPEC today.
Redevelopment of Anand Vihar and Bijwasan railway stations as world-class infrastructure and integration of 34 metro stations into a multi-modal transportion system were among the decisions approved by the DDA's planning body UTTIPEC on Thursday.
The Delhi Development Authority has missed another deadline for its ambitious redevelopment plan of the Coronation Park here even as acts of vandalism and defacement are taking the shine off the historic site.
The Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday demanded a probe into the Delhi Development Authority's decision to allow installation of at least 450 private telecom towers in its parks in residential areas across the national capital.