Platinum Multi State Co-Operative Housing Society Ltd. is a Co-Operative society with a clear vision of offering its members Affordable & Luxurious living options with quality Construction in tune with international standards meeting the predefined quality delivery.
Members of the Society can expect Modern day Architecture, planning done by the real estate experts with years of work experience taking care of essential requirements, location, connectivity and convenience within the limited scope of budget backed by quality construction material from trusted vendors all across.
Platinum Multi State Co-Operative Housing Society Ltd. is registered under Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Government of India and our Registration Certificate No: MSCS/CR/1032/2014.
Delhi has witnessed a huge gap in the demand and supply of housing units. When the MPD was reviewed in 2006, it came to light that only 3.5 lac units are being provided by DDA whereas the need is for 35 lac units. This has forced people to live in unauthorized colonies which lack basic civic amenities and facilities. Moreover, most of these areas still hold agricultural land status.
The Government has realized this slackness and noticied a new plan known as MPD 2021 vide Gazette Notification No. SO 141 dated 07/02/2007. MPD 2021 envisages involvement of private sector in the development of land and provision of infrastructure services as an improvement over the current scheme of large-scale development and acquisition of land entrusted to Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
The Delhi Master Plan 2021 has divided the National Capital Territory of Delhi into 15 zones for convenience and administration of development. In order to provision the population growth and infrastructure requirement of the city, these zonal plans have been developed with the approval of the Government of India.
Policy initiatives to develop and accelerate Delhi into a WORLD CLASS METROPOLIS
Ministry of Urban Development vide Notification dated 05.09.2013 modified the Master Plan 2021 to include the new Land Pooling Policy as Chapter 19 of MPD 2021
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