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Tiling Contractors: Bringing Elegance and Strength to Spaces in Pune

 

: Expert Tile Contractors in Pune City | Foot2Feet

: Explore brilliance in the tile contractors at Foot2Feet and their makeovers of interior and exterior areas across Pune.

 

Introduction

Pune, being the cultural capital of Maharashtra, is on the verge of rebirth in terms of interior design and architectural beautification. Spearheading this type of change is Foot2Feet, the forthcoming leader in tile contracting. With the city fast embracing ultra-modern living spaces and innovative commercial designs, the requirement for expert tile contractors has surged. Foot2Feet stands ready to meet this requirement by turning ordinary surfaces into extraordinary showcases of beauty and functionality.

Thus, the article explores the crucial role of a tile contractor in evolving Pune and how Foot2Feet has made it sure, in an almost matter-of-fact manner, to undertake offering the best tiling services that majestically uplift any space that exists within the city.

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Understanding Tiling: An Art of Surface Transformation

Tiling is the construction aspect where aesthetic appeal and functionality blend. But what really makes tiling so indispensable in modern construction and renovation projects in Pune?

Tiling is the process of laying tiles on walls, floors, and other surfaces. Tiles can be made up of several materials, such as ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, glass, and metal, which all offer different properties with respect to their durability, resistance to water, and aesthetic effect.

 

The Main Advantages of Professional Tiling Are:

  • Aesthetic Appeal: It only takes a little to make a huge difference; tiles can completely transform any space through the color, pattern, and texture variety that they offer.

 

  • Durability: Quality tiles can last for decades once properly laid withstanding heavy foot traffic and daily wear and tear is not a challenge.

 

  • Easy to clean:  Maintenance of the cleanliness of tiled surfaces isn't usually a problem. This makes them appropriate for both residential and commercial applications.

 

  • Water Resistance: Specific tile types have high water resistance that makes them ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, and external locations.

 

  • Versatility: Tiles can be used in many kinds of settings, to include highly modern offices and traditional interiors of houses. 

 

  • Temperature Regulation: Some tiles can aid in regulating the indoor temperatures. This helps with energy efficiency.

 

Foot2Feet: The Premier Tile Contractor in Pune

With years of experience in construction and renovation, Foot2Feet has established a niche for itself in tile contracting in Pune. Closely related to the architectural evolution of Pune is our journey—from a modern home in Koregaon Park and a stylish office in Magarpatta City.

The work at Foot2Feet represents diversified projects, almost all of which reflect mastery over laying tiles. From residential complexes to commercial spaces, hospitality venues, and even public buildings, our portfolio speaks volumes. With versatility comes a different approach in working on such projects, all of which are satisfactorily excelled in by our skillful contractors.

 

Benefits of Hiring Foot2Feet Contractors

Foot2Feet has built its reputation as one of the most trustworthy architectural and construction companies in Pune. It is proud of the excellent tile contractors who are well-trained and experienced in their work. In this way, Foot2Feet assures clients that it ensures state-of-the-art tools for each contractor, uses premium quality materials, and adheres to the best of industry-standard practices. It is this quest for excellence and precision which has led to Foot2Feet being recognized as one of Pune's leading construction companies.

There are numerous advantages to choosing Foot2Feet for your tiling needs in Pune:

 

  • Local Knowledge: Deep knowledge and understanding of the local styles of architecture and the various climatic conditions in Pune enable us to offer the right tiling solutions.

 

  • Quality Assurance: Quality control is introduced right at the stage of acceptance of materials from the manufacturer, ensuring only top-grade raw materials come up to international tiling standards.

 

  • Project Completion: Effective project management ensures that each tiling job is completed efficiently within agreed-upon time frames while at the same time meeting prevailing quality standards.

 

  • Cost Efficiency: Established relationships with local suppliers and streamlined processes allow us to maintain competitive costs.

 

  • Customization: With our experience in having close collaboration with each client, we are able to provide tiling solutions that best suit their specific needs and preferences.

 

  • Safety First: We are spotless in the record of safety. We take care that our workers and clients be safe during the tiling process.

 

  • After-Service Support: Our commitment doesn't end with the completion of a project. We provide continuous service support for its maintenance and any other queries post-installation.

 

 

How Poor Tiling Can Affect Your Space

If you get help from an inexperienced tile contractor, it will result in many issues:

  • Poor Esthetics: Bad installation gives way to uneven surfaces, misaligned patterns, and generally looks bad.

 

  • Less Robust: When installed badly, tiles tend to crack or chip off or fall off, which involves frequent repairs.

 

  • Water Damages: Bad tiling, mostly in areas prone to moisture, can prompt water infiltration, thus causing structural damage.

 

  • Higher Costs: Low-quality works will, therefore, be mostly replaced or repaired replicating its long-term costs.

 

  • Safety Hazards: These uneven or loose tiles may fall off at any time, creating a tripping hazard within busy areas.

 

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The Foot2Feet Tiling Procedure

At Foot2Feet, we believe that effective tiling begins way before laying your first tile. Our all-rounded process includes consultation, where we understand the vision, needs, and budget of our client.

  • Site Assessment: Our team has undertaken detailed assessments for tiling to be fitted, taking into account the mechanical condition and moisture of the subflooring.

 

  • Design Planning: Our designers will work up layouts that maximize aesthetic and functional values.

 

  • Materials Selec­tion: Help in the selection of the most suitable tiles, considering the demands of the space being renovated and personal taste.

 

  • Surface Preparation: It is one of the most critically important factors to ensure long-lasting and trouble-free tiling. We ensure that the substrate is not only clean but also level and ready for tiling.

 

  • Installation: Technique methods in laying tiles by our highly skilled contractors ensure equal spaces between them.

 

  • Grouting and Finishing: Finishing using high-quality grout and bonding applications with care does offer a genuinely polished finish, professionally executed.

 

  • Final Inspection: Thorough quality check, as each tile is to be perfectly in place, and the finish should also be of high order.

 

Tools Tile Contractors Use

At Foot2Feet, we are always at the leading edge of tiling technology. Our contractors use a wide array of tools designed to suit all purposes, from tile cutting to laying. Some of these tools include:

  • Tile Cutters and Saws: For cutting tiles precisely to fit into specific spaces.

 

  • Laser Levels: To make sure that tile laying is perfectly straight and level.

 

  • Dimensions: Spacers permit uniform grout lines and evenly aligned spacings of tile. 

 

  • Notched Trowels: Lay adhesives uniformly and with proper bond to underlayment. 

 

  • Grout Float: Apply grout quickly, easily, and uniformly. Tile Nippers: Makes curved cuts or minor adjustments to the tiles.

 

 

Material Selection: The Foot2Feet Approach

The quality of tiling is intricately linked with the quality of materials used. We, at Foot2Feet, have a very diligent approach of choosing tiling materials:

  • Tiles: We source high-quality tiles from reputed manufacturers, ranging from Ceramic and Porcelain to Natural Stone and Mosaic.

 

  • Adhesives: We use premium tile adhesives suitable for the different tile types and various installation environments.

 

  • Grout: This incorporates different grout types in various colors to blend with the chosen tiles, adding to the aesthetics.

 

  • Sealants: We make use of top quality sealants to seal tile and grout lines from water and staining, where appropriate.

The process for our material selection includes:

  • Quality Testing: We test materials regularly to ensure conformance with industry standards.

 

  • Pre-Qualified Suppliers: We deal only with pre-qualified, known suppliers of good consistent quality.

 

  • On-Site Verification: We verify the delivered materials for quality and specification check.

 

  • Customization: We can provide specialized materials that can help serve special and unique project needs.

 

  • Eco-Friendly Options: We can offer an option for sustainable and environment-friendly tiling where applicable.

 

How to Budget for a Tile Contractor

There are two things that most affect a tile contractor's cost:

  • Project Size: Those projects with larger surface areas require more material and labor. That raises costs accordingly.

 

  • Tile Quality: Where higher quality tiles are concerned, they cost more, but offer a great deal more in terms of durability and result in better aesthetics.

 

  • Complexity of Design: Intricate patterns or mosaic work raise time and skill, hence the price.

 

  • Surface Preparation: Extensive surface preparation, if required over large areas, can add to the cost.

Tiling Work Risks and Minimization

While tiling is generally a safe activity, there are some risks that we constantly work to minimize:

  • Slip Hazards: We recommend appropriate tile finishes for various areas to reduce slip risk.

 

  • Allergies: Some people may have a sensitivity to certain tile materials or adhesives. These concerns we discuss with clients beforehand.

 

  • Climatic Factors: We consider the climate of Pune when suggesting tiling for outdoors so that they turn out long-lasting. 

 

Enhancing Pune's Interiors, One Tile at a Time 

Quality tiling assumes a relevant function in aesthetics and functionality within the evolving Pune urban landscape. Foot2Feet feels proud about the contribution it can make to this changing city by creating such beautiful, long-lasting tiled surfaces everywhere.

It's more than just laying a floor. Creating warm homes to live in, sophisticated offices that inspire productivity, beautiful public spaces that enrich the life of the community—it's all so much more when you have the expertise in tiling to ensure that all those creations will be beautiful and functional for years to come.

By choosing Foot2Feet for your next tiling project in Pune, and you shall see what makes a professional difference that comes with unremitting commitment to quality and a deep understanding of our city's unique needs. Let us join forces on working together to create more beautiful and sturdy spaces in Pune—one tile at a time.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Tile Contractors (FAQs)

Q: What kinds of tiles has Foot2Feet worked with?

A: We deal with all kinds of tiles, be it ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, glass, and mosaic tiles.

 

Q: Can Foot2Feet handle both small and large tiling projects?

A: Yes, we undertake projects of all sizes, from small bathroom renovations to large commercial spaces.

 

Q: How long does it take to finish the tiling?

A: Well, that shall depend on the size and complexity of the work. A small room could be completed in 2-3 days, while larger projects may require several weeks.

 

Q: Does Foot2Feet have eco-friendly options for tiles?

A: Of course, we do. Our eco-friendly tiling solutions include recycled glass tiles and sustainable natural stone tiles.

 

Q: Where in Pune does Foot2Feet conduct its operations?

A: We work all over Pune; some of the areas we work in include Koregaon Park, Magarpatta, Hadapsar, and Baner.

 

Q: What is Foot2Feet's quality control process for tiling work?

A: High-caliber materials, quintessential experts, and strict quality control methods from start to finish in each tiling job.

 

Q: Does Foot2Feet provide design consultation for tiling projects?

A: Yes, we will consult with you about the design to ensure picking out the best tiles and layouts for your areas.

 

Q: How can I get a Foot2Feet quote for my tiling project?

A: You can call our office directly to arrange a site visit, after which we will forward a detailed quotation based on your requirements.

Q: Does Foot2Feet handle tile removal and disposal in renovation projects?

A: Yes, we offer comprehensive services that include offering removal of old tiles and properly disposing of them as part of our renovation works.

Ramp as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 9 is all about the Requirements of Part of the Building as per mentioned in the UDCPR 

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive/Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 9.12 Ramp

 

9.12.1 Non Vehicular Ramp

 

All the requirements of stairways in Regulation No.9.28.8 shall apply mutatis mutandis to non-vehicular ramps. In addition, the following requirements shall be complied with.

 

a)  Ramps with a slope of not steeper than 1 in 10 may be substituted for and shall comply with all the applicable requirements of required stairways as to enclosure, capacity, and dimensions. In certain cases, steeper slopes may be permitted but in no case greater than 1 in 8 shall be permitted. Ramps shall be surfaced with approved non-slipping material. Provided that in the case of public offices, hospitals, assembly halls, etc. the slope of the ramp shall not be more than 1 : 12.

 

b)  The minimum width of the ramps in hospitals shall be 2.25m.

 

c)  Handrails shall be provided on both sides of the ramp.

 

d)  Ramps shall lead directly to outside open space at ground level or courtyards or safe places.

 

e)  For buildings above 24.0 m. in height, access to ramps from any floor of the building shall be through a smoke stop door.

 

f)  When there is a difference in level between connected areas for horizontal exits, ramps with no more than 1 : 10 slope shall be provided; steps shall not be used.

 

g)  In the case of non-special buildings, ramps may be permitted inside marginal distances. In the case of a special building, ramps may be permitted in side marginal distances, after leaving 6.0 m. marginal distance for movement of fire fighting vehicle.

 

9.12.2  Ramp to basements and upper storeys for vehicles

 

For parking spaces in the basement and upper floors, at least two ramps of minimum 3.0 m. width with a slope not more than 1 : 8 shall be provided, preferably at the opposite ends. Instead of two ramps, one ramp of 6.0 m. width may be allowed. In addition to these, the owner may provide car lifts if he desires to do so.

 

If the ramp is proposed to be used only for two-wheelers, then at least two ramps of 2.0 m. width with a slope not more than 1 : 8 shall be provided, preferably at the opposite ends. Instead of two ramps, there is one ramp of 4.0 m. width may be allowed.

 

In the case of a plot admeasuring 1000 sq.m. or less, only one ramp of 3.0 m. may be provided for car/two-wheeler parking, or one ramp of 2.0 m. may be provided for two-wheeler parking or the owner may provide a minimum 2 Car lifts instead of Ramp.

 

In the case of a plot measuring up to 2000 sq.m., one ramp of minimum 6.0 m. width may be provided for car/two-wheeler parking or the owner may provide a minimum of 2 Car lifts instead of a Ramp.

 

Note - Sub Regulation No. 9.12.1(g) shall also be applicable in this regulation.

 

Rule No. 9.13 Podium

 

Podium for parking of the vehicles and other uses mentioned herein, may be permitted with the following requirements/conditions:

 

i) The height of the podium shall be at least 2.4 m. from the floor to the soffit of the beam.

 

ii) Podium may be allowed at a distance of 6.0 m. from the front, side, and rear of the plot boundary in case of a special building, subject to provisions of Regulation No.6.2.3(c).

 

iii) The podium shall be designed to take a load of fire-engine if required.

 

iv)  Recreational open space may be permitted on the Podium subject to regulation No.3.4.1(iii). The structure mentioned in Regulation No.3.4.7 may be permitted over the podium on which recreational open space is provided, subject to 15% of the area of such recreational open space.

 

v)  Podium shall be permissible joining two or more buildings or wings of buildings, subject to the availability of manoeuvring space for a fire engine. In such case, the distance between two buildings/wings of the building shall be provided as otherwise required under these Regulations.

 

vi)  Part of the podium may be used for recreation or play areas for schools.

 

vii) Part of the podium may be used for clubhouses subject to Regulation No.3.4.7(i).

 

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 9

 

Habitable Rooms as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Basements as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Balcony as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Provision of Lift as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Lighting and Ventilation of Room as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Compound Wall and Other Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Savings in Administration in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 1 is all about Administration as per mentioned in the UDCPR 

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive/Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 1.5 Savings

 

Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations, any development permission granted or any development proposal for which any action is taken under the erstwhile regulations shall be valid and continue to be so valid, unless otherwise specified in these regulations.

 

Provided that, the words 'action taken' in this regulation shall also include the issuance of the letter for payment of Development and other Charges issued after approval of the proposal in principle.

 

Provided further that if any development permission has been issued before the date of coming into force of these regulations and if work is not commenced within the validity period and such permission is not renewed (1) in time i.e. before the expiry of the validity period of one year, then the said development permission should be deemed to have been lapsed. (1) However, there is no bar to further renew the valid permission from year to year; but such an extended period shall in no case exceed three years.

 

Provided further that, it shall be permissible for the owner to -

 

a) Either continues to develop the project as approved under the erstwhile regulations in toto; and for that limited purpose, erstwhile regulation shall remain in force.


In case the commencement certificate is issued and the construction is in progress/part occupancy issued, and if plans for the additional built-up area as per erstwhile regulations are submitted to the Authority either before or after coming into force of these regulations by consuming/utilizing FSI/TDR as per the erstwhile regulations; but could not be sanctioned due to the pandemic situation arisen out of COVID-19, the same may be allowed to be permitted as per the erstwhile regulations in toto including the payment of premium/charges, if the applicant so desires. However, such cases shall be disposed of by the authority before 31st January, 2022; else such applicants will have to submit the

fresh proposal as per these regulations.


Provided further that, if any development proposal as per erstwhile regulations

is submitted before the date of coming into force of these regulations either up to maximum building potential or part of maximum building potential for which any action is not taken under the erstwhile regulations, due to the pandemic situation arising out of COVID-19, it shall be permissible for the owner to continue the project as per the erstwhile regulations in toto up to maximum building potential as per erstwhile regulations, if the applicant so desires (1) and for that limited purpose the erstwhile regulations shall remain in force. However, such cases shall be disposed of by the authority before 31st January, 2022 else such applicants will have to submit a fresh proposal as per these regulations.

 

b) Apply for a grant of revised permission under the new regulations, if the project is ongoing and the occupation certificate has not been granted fully. In such cases, charges/premiums etc. paid earlier against the FSI sanctioned/exemptions granted in side margins, allowing Residential/Commercial use on the Industrial Zone as per erstwhile regulations shall be deemed to have been paid against such earlier sanctioned FSI/exemptions/allowance of use. In such cases, the charges/premium under these regulations shall be leviable against the revised permission and the charges/premium paid earlier shall be adjusted against the revised charges/premium under these regulations. Provided that no refund is permissible in any case.

 

c) In case the development is started with due permission before these regulations have come into force, and if the owner/developer, at his option, thereafter seeks further development of plot/layout/buildings as per these regulations, then the provision of these regulations shall apply to the balanced development. The development potential of such an entire plot shall be computed as per these regulations from which the sanctioned FSI of buildings/part of buildings that are proposed to be retained as per the approved plan shall be deducted to arrive at the balanced development potential of such plot and ancillary FSI shall be permissible only on such balance potential. Such balance potential can be distributed on one or more existing, earlier/newly proposed building/s in a group housing scheme.

 

In case of approved layouts in group housing scheme with buildings having heights between 15.0 m. to 24.0 m., and complying with provisions mentioned in Regulation No.1.3(93)(xiv), NOC from Chief Fire Officer shall not be necessary, if the applicant is applying for revised permission under these regulations.

 

d) The existing marginal distances including front margin may be allowed for higher floor/floors subject to step margin as per these regulations. In the case of a building sanctioned under the erstwhile regulations as a non-special one with a height of 16 m. with 3.0 m. setbacks and the construction work is in progress, then while revising the plan under these regulations, for heights up to 16.0 m., the setbacks as per the erstwhile regulations shall be allowed to be continued and for the height above 16.0 m. (instead of 15.0 m.), setback as per H/5 requirement shall be insisted in the form of step-margin.

 

e) For the ongoing buildings for which passages, stairs, lifts, lift rooms etc. are allowed as free of FSI by charging premium, in such cases these free of FSI items are allowed to that extent only and for the remaining balance potential, provisions for free of FSI items of these regulations shall be applicable.

 

f) For the on-going buildings for which balconies are allowed to be enclosed as free of FSI by charging premium, these free of FSI items are allowed to that extent only and for the remaining balance potential balcony shall only be allowed as mentioned in these regulations.

 

g) For the cases where occupation certificate is fully granted, revised permission as per these regulations, may be granted subject to provisions of Real Estate (Regulations and Development) Act, 2016, as may be applicable.

 

Provisions mentioned in (b) to (f) shall be applicable mutatis-mutandis to the proposals to be sanctioned under this provision.


h) If the project proponent applies for occupation with minor amendments in plans approved prior to this UDCPR, then the amendment is permitted as per the erstwhile regulations in terms of internal/locational changes, the amendment to the extent of 5% in the built-up area/dimensions per floor within the permissible FSI as per the regulations may be considered.

 

Note - The State Government may issue guidelines occasionally, if necessary, for smooth implementation and removal of difficulties in transitional proposals.

 

1.5 

 

(i) Megacity Project approved under Regulation No.15.4.3 of Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Plan shall remain valid till completion of the said project as per said regulation.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 1 - 

 

You can visit our other blogs on regulations through the below-mentioned links:

 

Other Various Regulations of Administration in UDCPR 2020

 

Definitions in Administration in UDCPR 2020

 

Applicability of Regulations in Administration in UDCPR 2020

 

Short Title, Extent & Commencement in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Residential Zones R1 in UDCPR 2020

Any city in India is divided into various land use zones: Residential, Commercial, Agricultural, Industrial, etc. So, there is a restriction on the use of land under any zone. For example, You cannot build a Commercial building in an Agricultural Zone, or You cannot build hazardous or high-end Industries in a Residential Zone. So here are the uses permissible in the Residential Zone as per UDCPR 2020 (UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CONTROL AND PROMOTION REGULATIONS FOR MAHARASHTRA STATE).

 

This is applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities / Special Planning Authorities / Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive / Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 4.3 Uses Permissible in Residential Zone R-1

 

(Residential Zone R1 includes Residential plots abutting on roads below 9.0 m. in width in the congested area shown on the Development Plan and on roads below 12.0 m. in width in outside congested areas (i.e., in the non-congested area)).

 

(In the case of C Class M.C.s, Nagar panchayats, and R.P. areas, the above road width is 12.0 m. shall be 9.0 m. in non-congested areas).

 

The following uses and accessory uses to the principal use shall be permitted in buildings or premises in purely Residential zones, subject to other regulations:-

 

i)  Any residences, Slum Improvement / Rehabilitation.

 

ii)  Hostels for students / working men/ women, lodging with or without boarding facilities.

Old age home, sanatorium, orphanage, night shelter dormitories.

 

iv)  Customary Home occupation, i.e., occupations customarily carried out by the members of the household without employing a hired laborer and shall include stitching, embroidery, beauty parlor, button making, etc., with or without motive power. If motive power is used, the total electricity load should not exceed 1 H.P. (0.75 kw).

 

v)  Medical and dental practitioners' dispensaries, including pathological laboratories, diagnostic clinics, polyclinics, counseling centers, and clinics, are to be permitted on any floor. Maternity homes, clinics, and nursing homes with indoor patients with beds not exceeding 20 on any floor with separate means of access of staircase from within the building or outside may be permitted but not in any case within the prescribed marginal open spaces. Where the doctor's residence is located on the upper floor, then such separate means of access to the staircase may not be necessary.

 

vi)  Professional Offices in residential tenement for own purpose not exceeding carpet area of 50 sq.m. each.

 

vii)  Community halls, welfare center, gymnasia (each not exceeding 100 sq.m.).

 

viii)  Primary and nursery schools, including students' hostels, except for trade schools.

 

ix)  Crèche, Day-care center up to 100 sq.m. in an independent building or part of the building.

 

x)  Private coaching classes, student’s mess in an independent building or part of building

up 100 sq.m. subject to separate parking facility in the same premises.

 

xi)  Religious buildings.

 

xii)  Public / City Libraries and Museums in independent buildings or on the ground or first floor of the composite building.

 

xiii)  Club Houses or gymkhanas in residential complexes.

 

xiv)  Public or Private Park (except an amusement park), garden, and playfield in an independent plot not used for business purposes.

 

xv)  Bus shelters, taxi - Rickshaw stands, trolley bus shelters, railway stations, metro stations, BRT stands, cycle stands, and similar uses.

 

xvi)  Convenience shops only on the ground floor.

 

xvii)  Police Station, Police Chowky, Government and Municipal sub-offices, Post and Telegraph Offices, Branch offices of Banks with safe Deposit Vaults, Electric sub-stations, Fire Aid posts, Home Guards, and Civil Defence Centres, essential Public utilities, Pumping stations, water installations and ancillary structures thereof required to cater to the local area.

 

xviii)  Electronic Industry of the Assembly type (not of the manufacturing type) with the following restrictions :-

 

a) Motive Power shall not exceed 1 H.P.

 

xix)  Information technology establishment (ITE) (pertaining to software only) on the plots/premises fronting on roads having width 9.0 m. and above

 

xx)  Flour mill and wet/dry masala grinding/subject to the following conditions: - 

 

a) Power requirement shall not exceed 10 H.P.

 

xxi)  Burial grounds, cremation grounds, and essential public utilities, on the road having a width of 9.0 m. and above.

 

xxii)  Agricultural, horticultural, and allied uses (except agro-based industries).

 

xxiii)  Raisin production, bookbinding.

 

xxiv)  Publicconveniences.

 

xxv)  Research, experimental, and testing laboratories not involving any danger of fire or explosion or of any obnoxious nature

 

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 4- 

 

You can visit our other blogs on regulations through the below-mentioned links:

 

Uses Permissible in Various Zones UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Development Plan Reservations in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Green Belt Zone and River Protection Belt in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Agricultural Zone in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Public and Semi Public Zone in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Industrial Zone in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Commercial Zone in UDCPR 2020

 

What are the Types of Zones in UDCPR 2020

 

Uses Permissible in Residential Zones R2 in UDCPR 2020

 

Signs and Outdoor Display Structures in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 12 is all about the Structural Safety, Water supply, Drainage, and Sanitary Requirements, Outdoor Display, And Other Services in Development Plans as per mentioned in the UDCPR 

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limit of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, MIDC, NAINA, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Hill Station Municipal Councils, Eco-sensitive/Eco-fragile region notified by MoEF & CC and Lonavala Municipal Council, in Maharashtra.

 

Rule No. 12.7 Signs and Outdoor Display Structures

 

12.7.1  

 

The display of advertising signs on buildings and land, shall be in accordance with Part - 10, Section 2 "Signs and outdoor display structures" of the National Building Code of India as amended from time to time and, shall be in accordance with respective rules/by-laws, directive given by Government, and also rules/by-laws framed by the Authority in this regards from time to time.

 

12.7.2  Prohibition of advertising signs and outdoor display structure in certain cases

 

Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-regulations, no advertising sign or outdoor display structures shall be permitted on buildings of architectural, aesthetical, historical, or heritage importance as may be decided by the Authority or on Government Buildings save that in the case of Government buildings only advertising signs or outdoor display structure may be permitted if they relate to the activities for the said buildings’ own purposes or related programmers.

 

Table No.12-C : Sanitation Requirements - Office Buildings

Sr. No.FixturesPublic ToiletsStaff Toilets
  MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)

Executive Rooms and Conference Halls in Office Buildings

Toilet suite comprising one WC, one washbasin (with optional shower stall if the building is used round the clock at user’s option)

 

Pantry optional as per user requirement

The unit could be common for Males/Females or separate depending on the number of users of each facilityFor individual officer rooms
ii) Main Office Toilets for Staff and Visitors
 a) Water-closet1 per 251 per 151 per 251 per 15
 b) Urinals

Nil up to 6 1 for 7-20 2 for 21-45 3 for 46-70

4 for 71-100

 

Nil up to 6 1 for 7-20 2 for 21-45 3 for 46-70

4 for 71-100

 
 Add @ 3% for101-200 101-200 
 Add @ 2.5 %Over 200 Over 200 

 

Table No.12-D : Sanitation Requirements – Factories

Sr. No.FixturesOffices / VisitorsWorkers
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Water Closets (Workers & Staf1 for up to 25 2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-10

1 for up to 15 2 for 16-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57

5 for 58-77 6 for 78-100

1 for up to 15
2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65

4 for 66-10

1 for up to 12 and 2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57

5 for 58-77

 For persons 101 - 200 add3%5%3%5%
 For persons over 200 add2.5 %4%2.5 %4%
ii)Urinals

Nil up to 6

1 for 7-20
2 for 21-45 

3 for 46-70

4 for 71-100

-

Nil up to 6 

1 for 7-20
2 for 21-45 

3 for 46-70 

4 for 71-100

-
 For persons 101 - 200 add3%5%3%5%
 For persons over 200 add2.5%4%2.5%4%

 

Table No.12-E : Sanitation Requirements - Cinema, Multiplex Cinema, Concerts and Convention Halls, Theatres

Sr. NoFixturesPublicStaff
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Water-closets1 per 100 up to 400 Over 400, add at 1 per 250 or part thereof3 per 100 up to 200 Over 200, add at 2 per 100 or part thereof1 for up to 15 2 for 16-351 for up to 12
2 for 13-25
ii)Urinals1 per 25 or part thereof-Nil up to 6 1 for 7-20 2 for 21-45-
NOTE - The male population may be assumed as two-thirds and the two-thirds female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-F- Sanitation Requirements - Art Galleries, Libraries and Museums

Sr. No.FixturesPublicStaff
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Water-closets

1 per 200 up to 400

Over 400 add at 1 per 250 or part thereof

1 per 100 up to 200

Over 200 add at 1 per 150 or part thereof

1 for up to 15 2 for 16-351 for up to 12 and 2 for 13-25
ii)Urinals1 per 50-Nil up to 6 1 per 7-20 2 per 21-45-
Notes - The male population may be assumed as two-third and the female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-G Sanitation Requirements - Hospitals with Indoor Patient Wards

Sr. No.FixturesPatient ToiletsStaff Toilets
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Toilet suite comprising one WC The male two-thirds one washbasin and shower stallPrivate room with up to 4 patientsFor individual doctor’s/officer’s rooms
For General Wards, Hospital Staff and Visitors
ii)Water-closets1 per 8 beds or part thereof1 per 8 beds or part thereof1 for up to 15 2 for 16-351 for up to 12 2 for 13-25
iii)Urinals1 per 30 beds-Nil up to 6 1 for 7 to 20-
Note - Male population may be assumed as two-thirds and the female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-H Sanitation Requirements - Hospitals - Outdoor Patient Department

Sr. NoFixturesPatient ToiletsStaff Toilets
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Toilet suite comprising one WC and one washbasin (with optional shower stall if building used for 24 h)For up to 4 patientsFor individual doctor’s / officer’s rooms
ii)Water-closets1 per 100 persons or part thereof2 per 100 persons or part thereof1 for up to 15 2 for 16-351 for up to 12
2 for 13-25
iii)Urinals1 per 50 persons or part thereof-Nil up to 6 1 per 7 to 20 2 per 21-45-
Note - The male population may be assumed as two-third and the female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-I Sanitation Requirements - Hospitals’ Administrative Buildings

Sr. NoFixturesStaff Toilets
MaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)
i)Toilet suite comprising one WC and one washbasin (with optional shower stall if building used for 24 h)For individual doctor’s/officer’s rooms
ii)Water-closets1 per 25 persons or part thereof1 per 15 persons or part thereof
iii)UrinalsNil up to 6 1 per 7 to 20 2 per 21-45 
Note - Some WCs may be European style if desired.

 

Table No.12-J Sanitation Requirements - Hospitals’ Staff Quarters and Nurses Homes

Sr. NoFixturesStaff QuartersNurses Homes
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Water-closets1 per 4 persons or part thereof1 per 4 persons or part thereof1 per 4 persons or part thereof
2 for 16-35
1 per 4 persons or part thereof
2 for 16-35

 

Table No.12-K Sanitation Requirements - Hotels

Sr. No.FixturesPublic RoomsNon-Residential Staff
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Toilet suite comprising one WC, washbasin with shower or a bathtubIndividual guest rooms with attached toilets-
Guest Rooms with Common Facilities
ii)Water-closets1 per 100 persons up to 400
Over 400 add at 1 per 250 or part thereof
2 per 100 persons up to 200
Over 200 add at 1 per 100 or part thereof
1 for up to 15 2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100

1 for up to 12
2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40

4 for 41-57 5 for 58-77 6 for 78-100

iii)Urinals1 per 50 persons or part thereofNil, up to 6 persons: 1 for 7-20 persons 2 for 21-45 persons 3 for 46-70 persons 4 for 71-100 personsNil up to 6 1 for 7 to 20 2 for 21-45 3 for 46-70 4 for 71-100-
Note - The male population may be assumed to be the male two-thirds and the female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-L Sanitation Requirements – Restaurants

Sr. No.FixturesPublic RoomsNon-Residential Staff
MaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)
i)Water Closets1 per 50 seats up to 200 Over 200 add at 1 per 100 or part thereof2 per 50 seats up to 200
Over 200 add at 1 per 100 or part thereof
1 for up to 15 2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100

1 for up to 12 

2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57

5 for 58-77 6 for 78-100

ii)Urinals1 per 50 persons or part thereof--Nil up to 6 1 for 7-20
2 for 21-45 3 for 46-70 4 for 71-100
--
NOTE : The male population may be assumed as two-thirds and the female population as one-third.

 

Table No.12-M Sanitation Requirements – Schools and Educational Institutions

Sr.NoFixturesNursery SchoolNon-ResidentialResidential
 BoysGirlsBoysGirls
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)
i)Water Closets1 per 15 pupils or part thereof1 for 40 pupils or part thereof1 per 25 pupils or part thereof1 per 8 pupils or part thereof1 per 6 pupils or part thereof
ii)Urinals--1 per 20 pupils or part thereof--1 per 25 pupils or part thereof--

 

Table No.12-N Sanitation Requirements – Hostels

Sr. No.FixturesResidentNon-ResidentVisitor / Common Rooms
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)
i)Water Closet1 per 8 or part thereof1 per 6 or part thereof

1 for up to 15 

2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100

1 for up to 12 

2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57

5 for 58-77 

6 for 78-100

1 per 100 up to 400

Over 400 add at 1 per 250

1 per 200 up to 200

Over 200 add at 1 per 100

ii)Urinals1 per 25 or part thereof--

Nil up to 6 

1 for 7-20
2 for 21-45 3 for 46-70 4 for 71-100

--1 per 50 or part thereof--

 

Table No.12-O Sanitation Requirements – Mercantile Buildings, Commercial Complexes, Shopping Malls, Fruit & Vegetable Markets

Sr. No.FixturesShop OwnersCommon Toilets in Market / Mall BuildingPublic Toilet for Floating Population
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)
i)Water Closets1 per 8 persons or part thereof

1 for up to 15 

2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100

1 for up to 12 

2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57

5 for 58-77 

6 for 78-100

1 per 50 (Minimum 2)1 per 50 (Minimum 2)
ii)Urinals----

Nil up to 6 

1 for 7-20
2 for 21-45 

3 for 46-70 

4 for 71-100

--1 per 50--

 

Table No.12-PSanitation Requirements – Airports and Railway Stations

Sr. No.FixturesJunction Stations, Intermediate Stations and Bus StationsTerminal Railway and Bus StationsDomestic and International Airports
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)
i)Water- closet3 for up to 1000 Add 1 per additional 1000 or part thereof4 for up to 1000 Add 1 per additional 1000 or part thereof4 for up to 1000 Add 1 per additional 1000 or part thereof5 for up to 1000 Add 1 per additional 1000 or part thereof

Minimum - 2 

for 200 - 2 

For 400 - 9 

For 600 - 12 

For 800 - 16

Minimum - 2 

For 200 - 2 

For 400 - 9 

For 600 - 12 

For 800 - 16 

For 1000 - 18

ii)Urinals4 for up to 1000. Add 1 per additional 1000--6 for up to 1000. Add 1 per additional 1000--1 per 40 or part thereof--
iii)Toilet for Disabled1 per 40001 per 40001 per 40001 per 40001 per 4000 (Minimum 1)1 per 4000 (Minimum 1)

 

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Pune Corporation Parking Rules For Car, Scooter, Cycle, etc

 

Parking standards, parking dimensions, parking size –

 

Parking spaces

 

 Wherever a property is to be developed or redeveloped, parking spaces at the scale laid down in these shall be provided. When additions are made to an existing building, the new parking requirements shall be reckoned with reference to the additional space only and not to the whole of building, but this concession shall not apply where the use is changed. The provisions for parking of vehicles shall be as given in Table No. 1

 

 

General parking space requirements

 

(a) Types of parking: The parking spaces mentioned below include parking spaces in basements or on a floor supported by stilts, podium or on upper floors, covered or uncovered spaces in the plot and / or lock up garages. The height of the stilt shall generally be allowed up to 3 m. and shall not be less than 2.5 m. from bottom of beam. More height may be allowed in case of shopping mall, hotels etc. as per requirements.

 

(b) Size of parking space – The minimum sizes of parking spaces to be provided shall be as shown below in Table. No 2.

 

 

Bus Parking Dimensions, Bike Parking Dimensions, Standard Car Parking Dimensions

 

Standard


Parking Size – Table No 2

 

Type of VehicleArea of parking space
Motor vehicle2.5 m X 5 m
Scooter, Motor Cycle.1.0 m. x 2.0 m.
Bicycle0.50 m x 1.4 m.
Transport vehicle3.75 m. X 7.5 m.

Note – In the case of parking spaces for motor vehicle, up to 50 % of the prescribed space may be of the size of 2.3 m. X 4.5 m.


(c) Marking of parking spaces: Parking space shall be paved and clearly marked for different types of vehicles.

 

(d)  Maneuvering and  other ancillary spaces: Off street parking space must have adequate vehicular access to a street and the area shall be exclusive, aisles and such other provisions required for adequate maneuvering of vehicle.

 

(e) Ramps for Basement parking: Ramps for parking in basement should conform to the requirement of Regulation no. 18

Occupancy CarScooterCycle
1. Residential150 sq.m.& above322
i) Multi-family residential80 – 150 sq.m.222
  two units242
  40 – 80 sq.m.   
 two units144
  0 sq.m – 40 sq.m.   
ii) Lodging tourist homes, hotels with lodging accommodation.5 guest rooms344
iii) Restaurants grade 1,2,3For 50 sqm284
 carpet area   
iv) 4 star / 5 star hotels5 guest rooms364
2. Institutional (Hospital, Medical Institutions)For 10 beds.31210
b) MultiplexFor 40 seats6164
d) Community hall and club house in layout open spaceFor 100 sq.m. area142
3. Educational100 sq.m admin area244
a) Schools and the administrative as well as public service areas thereinFor 3 class rooms2 bus1060
b) College and administrative as well as public service area therein.100 sq.m admin area22010
  For 3 class rooms29030
c) Coaching Classes / Tution Classes/ Hobby ClassesFor 20 students1510
4. Government or semi public or private business buildings.For 100sq. m.3154
a) Mercantile (markets, department al stores, shops and other Commercials users)
including wholesale markets
For 100sq. m393
b) Whole sale shopFor 100sq. m242
c) Hazardous buildingFor 100sq.m.144
d) Office and I.T. BuildingFor 200sq. m.5124
5. IndustrialFor 300sq. m.4124
6. Storage (any type)For 300sq. m.148

 

 Two-wheeler Parking Rules in Society

 

Notes below table:-

 

1) For plots up to 100 sq. m. as in the case of shops, row houses parking space need not be insisted.

 

2) Fraction of parking unit need not be provided. However, in case where proportional number of vehicles is less than 1 (i.e. fraction) it will be rounded to the next full number.

 

3) In case of independent single family residential bungalows having plot area upto 300 sq. m., parking space need not be insisted separately.

 

4) In case parking as per above norms is not feasible due to site conditions, Mechanical /Hydraulic Parking shall be permissible at different level subject to satisfaction of all technical norms as per site conditions.

 

5) Independent building proposed only for parking may be permitted within the same premises but only after leaving the required marginal distance.

 

Parking Standards –

 

i) Off street parking space shall be provided with adequate vehicular access to a street, and the area of drives, aisles and such other provisions required for adequate manoeuvring of vehicle shall be exclusive of the parking space stipulated in these regulations.

 

ii)  To meet  the  parking requirements  as  per  these  regulations,  common  parking area  for  group  of buildings,  open  or multi-storeyed,  may be allowed in the same premises.

 

iii) In addition to the parking spaces provided for building of Mercantile (Commercial) like office, market, departmental store, shopping mall and building of industrial and storage, loading and unloading spaces shall be provided at the rate of one space for each 1000 sq.m. of floor area or fraction thereof exceeding the first 200 sq. m. of floor area, shall be provided. The space shall not be less than 3.75 m. x 7.5 m.

 

iv) The space to be left out for parking as given in this Regulation shall be in addition to the marginal distances left out for lighting and ventilation purposes. However, those spaces may be used for parking provided minimum distance of 3 m. (6.0 m. in case of special building) around the buildings is kept free of any parking or loading and unloading spaces. Such parking area may be allowed to cover on top by sheet roofing so as not to infringe the marginal distances to be kept open.

 

v) In case of parking spaces provided in basements, at least two separate ramps of adequate width and slope for entry and exit at opposite ends or one ramp with 6.0m. meter width shall be provided (as per Regulation No. 18.11) where parking of motor vehicles is envisaged.

 

vi) Mechanical/Hydraulic parking may be allowed over and above required parking