Assuming that the DHCP scopes are configured correctly then yes each vlan should get addresses from its own scope.
In general the approach that you describe sounds reasonable. I am not entirely clear what is involved when you talk about GRE/ASA. Would providing for address translation for the new subnet be part of that? And I do not know enough about your network to know whether there need to be changes in routing protocols to create routing table entries for the new subnet.
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