The Batashewala Complex stands north of the Humayun’s Tomb-garden, and after persistent efforts of the project, the land was transferred to the Archaeological Survey of India allowing urgently needed conservation works to commence. In keeping with the OUV of the World Heritage Site, within the buffer zone of which these structures stood in 2011 during the start of the project, the conservation works aimed at restoring the structural integrity as well as the original appearance of the structures. With the 2015 recognition that Humayun’s Tomb and the other contemporary 16th-century garden tombs within the property form a unique ensemble of Mughal-era garden-tombs, AKTC in 2016 proposed, through the ASI, to UNESCO, for 16th-century garden tombs standing in Sundar Nursery and Batashewala Complex to be included in a further extension of the World Heritage Site. This 2016 proposal for ‘minor boundary modification’ was accepted at the General Assembly meeting on 24 October 2016. Now the Batashewala Complex - Mughal tomb adjoining Humayun’s Tomb complex and Sundar Nursery monuments, forms a part of a heritage zone, of unmatched scale, value and visibility in the city of Delhi.