India, July 9 -- Lieutenant Governor Tejendra Khanna on Monday inaugurated India's largest public-private partnership (PPP) housing project worth Rs. 1,800 crore for Delhi police officers on the outskirts of the National Capital.
"With a total of 5,202 flats, three kinds of housing units will be constructed under this project which has its maximum construction time limit of around 885 days. The well-known multinational company, M/s Punj Lloyd, will construct the quarters and also maintain them for 25 years," said Khanna at the foundation-laying ceremony of the project.
Located in north-west Delhi's Dheerpur, the 60-acre land will house 5,202 units (ground plus 12 floors with lift facilities) with three types of quarters.
Published by HT Syndication with permission from Hindustan Times.