This study is an attempt to relate a socio-scientific phenomenon i.e., values with that of physical development i.e., housing. The term 'values' may refer to interests, pleasures, likes, preferences, ditties. moral obligations, desires, wants, needs, aversions and attractions and many other modalities of selective orientations. Values, in other words, are found in the large and diverse universe of selective behaviour. However, it is very doubtful that any one description coil do complete justice to the full range and diversity of recognizable phenomenon. One of the more widely accepted definitions in social science literature considers values to be conceptions of the desirable, the latter being equated with what we ought to desire, values regulate impulse satisfaction in accordance with the whole array of hierarchical enduring goals of the personality, the requirements of both personality and sociocultural system of order, the need for respecting the interest of others and of the group as a whole in social living. Although housing provides many needs at varying levels, people can weigh each need and category, differently. Values related to housing show what is desirable and worthwhile to the occupant. In designing housing policy, it is important to know whether a value remains constant over time or changes with a household's situation or community. In measuring values and interpreting the results, value type must be considered. Values may also be intrinsic or extrinsic. All intrinsic value is the desirable and self sufficient quality of an experience, while an extrinsic value is the meaning or worth desired from the relation of one tiling to another. Thus intrinsic values are ends in themselves, while extrinsic values are designed for a purpose, this distinction may be applied to housing values. Recognizing the need to study housing values, in my study, titled as values judgement in housing' a case study of self financing scheme in New Delhi was taken in which, I considered the following factors: Anthropometrics: internal spaces, private open spaces; Social: Life style, privacy, security/safety; Psychological: aesthetics, prestige. The study helped in creating a feedback system through which an agency can design better designs and housing policies for the user's satisfaction,