According to Master Plan for Delhi- 2021, notified on 07.02.2007 Capital Territory of Delhi has been divided into 15 planning zones. Out of these 8 Zones (A to H) cover existing Urban Area as shown in the Land Use Plan.
Zone ‘O’ covers River Yamuna and the remaining 6 zones (zone J to P) are part of Urbanisable Area.
The Zonal Development Plan for Zone K-1 (West Delhi-II) has been approved by the Central Government, vide letter no. K-12011/ 23/2009-DDIB dated the 8th March 2010 under Section 9(2) of Delhi Development Act 1957.
The proposed land use and draft zonal plan of K-1 Zone are given below:
The topography of the Zone K-1 has gentle slop towards the Najafgarh Drain, thereby the flow of all natural strom drain from the area around Rohtak Railway Line, Mundka, Ranhola (Safipur), Bakkarwala, Nilothi, and other villages built up area of unauthorized colonies towards the Najafgarh Drain.
Total area of Zone is 6,515 Ha. about 827 Ha. of area of Zone K-1 is in the form of built up area / unauthorized colonies (Residential, Commercial, & Industrial).
The Zone ‘K’ covers an area 12,439 Ha. having two sub-zones ‘K-1’ with an area of 6,515 and ‘K-II’ Dwarka having an area of 5,924 Ha.
Sub Zones are bounded by the following:
- Delhi-Rohtak Railway line in the North.
- Existing 220 KV HT power line on the West.
- Boundary of Zone ‘G’ in East
- Dwarka Sub City on South
Salient Features of Zone-L