ROYAL TOWN HEIGHTS-II
Royal Town Heights aims to provide low cost, quality residential apartments in Delhi’s newest Sub-City Zone P. This has been designated as Delhi’s Employment Centre under the Master Plan 2021. P Zone has been designated a High Rise residential zone under the Master Plan 2021 of Delhi. The directives of the MPD and Zonal Development Plans are directly being handled by the Ministry of Urban Planning through its executive arm, Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
About Revanta Multi State CGHS
Revanta is a vibrant realty society with a vision of quality and on-time deliv-ery. We turn people’s dreams into reality. Within a short span of time, we have experienced tremendous growth, thanks to our workforce and the faith of our clients. We are built on customer centric approach and uncompromising business values. We are a well established Multi State CGHS Society with a proven experience in delivering incredible housing projects. Our upcoming projects in the L-Zone of Delhi have been envisioned to match the international standards. We offer all types of apartments catering to all income groups. Our mission is to take care of all the members. The search for a perfect dream home ends with us. Our society is registered under Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Government of India and our Registration Certificate No: MSCS/CR/1049/2014.
HIGHLIGHTS OF MASTERPLAN DELHI 2021
The vision for 2021 is to make Delhi a global metropolis and a world class city, where all the people are engaged in productive work with a decent standard of living and quality of life in a sustainable environment. Hence the need for appropriate planning and action to meet the challenge of population growth and migration into Delhi; provision for adequate housing, particularly for the weaker sections of the society; upgradation of old and dilapidated areas of the city; provision of adequate infrastructure services. According to projections in the Masterplan, nearly 24 Lakh residential units are required for an estimated 23 million people by 2021. In the last 50 years, DDA has acquired 75,609 hectares and developed it for residential, recreational, commercial and institutional purposes. The DDA has earmarked land at Zone P-I and P-II for raising residential projects to cater for this surplus demand for residential units.