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Know More about Aviation NOC

There are certain restrictions when it comes to building an infrastructure around airport. According to Airport Authority of India (AAI) No construction is allowed within 150 meters from runways. Area between 150-500 meters is reserved for airport operation buildings. This rule is applied for any of the infrastructure that is being built near runway. It includes building, chimney, flyover, crane, bill boards, power transmission lines wind turbine, etc.
The requirement of the Aviation NOC certificate is very important as it is the first step towards starting out with construction of your private or commercial architecture. The Aviation NOC or in some cases called as Elevation NOC involves AAI Ministry of Defense (MOD). The job to get this certificate may seem hectic process and that’s why we are here. Foot2Feet is airport NOC consultant that assists organizations and individuals to generate Aviation NOC certificate.
We will understand the information regarding Elevation NOC with the help of following question and answers:

What does aviation NOC mean?

While building architecture around the airport area it is mandatory to issue no objection certificate from Airport Authority of India or from Ministry of Defense. It is because of safety measures. To grant the certificate, the builder or individuals must pass the parameter. The building must be under__ meters if it is being build on the land that is 600 meters away from runway. The parameter changes according to the location of the land. As soon as the builder gets this certificate, he can start the construction without any hustle

Steps to get aviation NOC?

Even though this NOC is required to get started with the construction, getting it ready is a hectic job. Many of the builders spend their valuable time to issue the certificate. Considering this hustle, at Foot2Feet, we will assist you with everything that is required to get the NOC. Following are the step by step explanation to get NOC.

1. To see whether you need to get the NOC or not, you need to check that on what Color Code Zoning Map (CCZM) code does your land comes in. AAI has decided some color coding for the land with respect to how far is it from airport. CCZM has different color codes. The color code is usually red, yellow, blue, green, etc. CCZM tells you whether to build or not. If your land comes under red zone then it will have some restrictions to build- even you are building a small hut. If you are building on land that comes under yellow and green zone then until some limitations you will not required certificate. The CCZM is calculated with respect to altitude and latitude.
2. When you know on what color zone your land is, you can move forward with next step that is getting AMSL height certificate from local authority. AMSL is the abbreviation for above mean sea level to issue this document; it takes 1.5 to 2 months. As you get this certificate from local authority then in next step you will have to send this to AAI or MOD depending on the area and airport authority.
3. After you submit the AMSL height certificate along with required document to Airport Authority, they will verify the entire document and will give you final NOC. This whole process will take up to 3 months.

Document required for aviation NOC

The document required to issue aviation NOC are mentioned below

1) Elevation certificate –
2) Appendix-
3) Garbage NOC-
4) Drawing of building section including water tank
5) Drawing of building elevation including water tank

In what scenario the elevation certificate is required?

Building anything near the air port is the serious issue. There are certain restrictions to build on the land. This certificate is required if your land comes under red zone. You have to get the permission from AAI to build on the land that comes under red zone. The red zone is less than 6 km from the air port. The restriction changes according to color coding map. It is required to get NOC for any of the infrastructure that is being built near runway. It includes building, chimney, flyover, crane, bill boards, power transmission lines wind turbine, etc.

Time duration required for aviation NOC?

The time duration to generate elevation certificate from local authority such as___ is one and half month. As soon as you submit this certificate to AAI it takes 3 months to get the final NOC.

Cost Involved in generating Aviation NOC

The cost involved in getting aviation noc normally cost depends upon authority who issue elevation certificate. Elevation certificate cost varies from 16000 rs to 40000 rs. For aviation clearance, no government charges required.

Is there any validity for this NOC  ? 

Yes, Aviation NOC certificate is valid for 5 Years from date of it’s issuance.

Pre Construction Tips 7 Things to Check

Planning to start a constructional project? Good! But do you really know following things?

what you need to do to reach the construction phase? One may have various question in mind. like

What are the things to consider before building a house?

Different stages of building construction?

Is there any list of preconstruction services ?

What are pre construction planning stages ?

  A lot of us think that construction of a building only needs architects, a bunch of labors, electrician, plumbers, and money. Well, we don’t blame this way of thinking since we have always been portraying this picture when construction is concerned. But every construction project begins only after clearing all the essential legal pre-construction activities. This pre-construction process is little difficult but it make your home or building legally strong & sound. 

Tip – 1

Legal clearance of Land to get site control

The major benchmark before starting any construction process is to gain the complete site acquisition. Complete all the legal process that would define you as the site owner or something that legally gives you the site control. If you are thinking for the reason of its importance let us tell you that mostly the financing sources are unable to release the funds unless and until you have the site control.

These includes – 7/12, property card, Land demarcations, Title & search report, All mutation entries (ferfar), Society allotment letter, sale deed etc

Tip -2

Obtain the project financing

No project can stand strong if the finances are poor. So before starting any of the construction processes make sure you have strong financing in place. But what does actually in place mean? Not every penny can be ready and in hand, the least you could on your end is make sure your financing parties will deliver your need on time effortlessly. There are a lot of banks that offer constructional and another financing for a single project.

Not all Pre-constructional planning phases are in sequence so need to keep the department of financing alert as anything might come up anytime.

For financing you may need following documents –

Land ownership documents (given in tip -1 ), Pan card, Aadhar card, 3 years IT return statement, project estimate, Blue prints, documents of mortgage, salary slip (if any) etc.

Tip – 3

Architectural construction documents & Approvals

Before starting any pre-construction activity the third-party approvals are very important since you cannot start any construction without approval from local planning authority. A general contractor or your architect can get it done on your behalf. Generally, your project will be  reviewed by three main entities –

 – Approval plans & Building drawings

 – Construction team & their licences (contractor, architect, plumber, structural engineer)

 – Health & safety related assurance

 – Precautions to be followed during construction

 – Building rules of local area

Tip – 4 

Site Clearance and Installation of safety measures.

Building foot-print & 2m surrounding space should be cleared on site to start construction. Approach road to the construction area should be cleared so that construction equipments like RMC, JCB, Piling Machine, trucks carrying building material can reach the construction area easily.

Any accident happened on site can bring legal stay on project. Hence appropriate measures for labour safety must be taken.  

Tip – 5

Be Ready with Precise Project Management Plan

As you move forward by finalizing the different components of the project you need to invest your time tailoring the elite project management practices and plans to execute it. If you want to keep your project on track your team must know what the plan is and get ready to deliver it efficiently. 

Schedule your activities considering climatic conditions eg- complete under ground activities like foundation & footing before Rainy season. Plan your activities considering various speed up techniques, like 3rd floor slab & 1st floor brick work can be done simultaneously. 

Tip – 6

Appointment of Good Consultants – 

There is a great difference between knowing something and analyzing something. We recommend you to select consultant’s who not only listen you but analyze your needs properly. Here is list of various consultants for your construction –

Design Architect, Liasoning agency, Structural Consultant, Civil Contractor, Site Supervisor, Plumbing and Electrical consultant (MEP), Landscape Architect, Interior Designer.

Tip – 7

Estimate of Time

Estimate time required for completion of your project. This time must be calculated on real experiences of your surrounding projects. This will help you to plan your shifting (if you are currently using land for some purpose). All your day to day activities like office, job etc will be disturbed during this time. Time estimate will help you to manage it well.

Even during construction you will have to keep follow up to your schedule so that everything is done on time.

Permission from the Planning Authority is Mandatory in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 2 is all about Development Permission and Commencement Certificate 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. 2.1 Permission from the Planning Authority 

 

2.1.1 Necessity of Obtaining Permission

 

No person shall carry out any development work including the development of land by laying out into suitable plots or amalgamation of plots or development of any land as a group housing scheme or to erect, re-erect or make alterations or demolish any building or cause the same to be done without first obtaining a separate building permit/development permission/commencement certificate for each such development work/building from the Authority. As stipulated in section 18/46 of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, no such permission shall be in contravention of the Regional Plan, Development Plan proposals as the case may be.

 

2.1.2 Permission Not Necessary

 

No such permission shall be necessary for :-

 

i) Carrying out of works in compliance with any order or direction made by any Authority

under any law in force for the time being.

 

ii) Carrying out of works by any Authority in the exercise of its powers under any law for the time being in force.

 

iii) The excavation (including excavation of wells) was made during the ordinary course of agricultural operation.

 

iv) The construction of a road intended to give access to land solely for agricultural purposes.

 

v) Normal use of land which has been used temporarily for other purposes like marriage pandals or for festive occasions, etc. on private land.

 

vi) Provision of safety grills to window/ventilator.

 

vii)  Distribution/receiving substation of the electric supply company.

 

viii) Installation of solar panels having a base of the solar panel at a height of up to 1.8 m. from the terrace, ensuring structural stability from the Licensed Structural Engineer.

 

ix) Providing internal lightweight partitions/cabins in the commercial building/establishment with a certificate of structural stability from the Licensed Structural Engineer.

 

x) Temporary structures for godowns/storage of construction materials within the site.

 

xi)  temporary site offices, sample flats and watchman chowkys within the site only during the phase of construction of the main building.

 

xii) Temporary structures for the storage of machinery before installation for factories on industrial lands within the site.

 

xiii) Labour camps for construction sites, provided adequate water supply and sanitation facilities are provided and safety is ensured.

 

xiv) Construction of temporary sets for film/TV serial/advertisement shooting and like activities for a period not more than one year, subject to intimation to the authority.

 

xv) Building on plot area up to 150 sq. mt. (low-risk category) and on plot area more than 150 sq. mt. up to 300 sq. mt. (moderate risk category) subject to compliance as per APPENDIX - K.

 

2.1.3 Development Undertaken on behalf of Government

 

As per the provisions of Section 58 of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966 the office in charge of the Government Department shall inform in writing to the Authority of the intention to carry out its purpose along with details of such development or construction as specified below and as certified by the Government Architect/Architect/Technical personnel :-

 

i) An official letter by the authorized officer of the Government Department addressed to the Authority, giving full particulars of the development work or any operational construction.

 

ii) Ownership document and measurement plan issued by the Competent Authority of Land Records Department.

 

iii) Development/building plans conforming to the provisions of the Development Plan/Regional Plan and these Regulations for the proposed development work to the scale specified in these Regulations.

 

iv) The proposals of the Development Plan or Town Planning Scheme or Regional Plan affecting the land.

 

v) A Site Plan (of required copies) of the area proposed to be developed to the scale.

 

vi) Detailed plan (of required copies) showing the plan, sections and elevations of the proposed development work to the scale, including existing building specifying either to be retained or to be demolished.

 

2.1.4 Operational Constructions

 

No permission shall be necessary for the operational construction of the Government or Government undertaking, whether of a temporary or permanent nature, which is necessary for the operation, maintenance, development or execution of any of the following services:

 

a)  Railways

 

b)  National Highway

 

c)  National Waterway

 

d) Airways and Aerodromes and Major Ports

 

e)  Posts and Telegraphs, Telephones, Wireless, Broadcasting and other like forms of Communication excluding Mobile Towers.

 

f)  Regional grids, towers, gantries, switchyards, control rooms, and relay rooms for transmission, distribution, etc. of electricity.

 

g)  Defence Authorities

 

h)  Any other essential public service as may be notified by the State/Central Government.

 

i)  The following constructions for operational purposes of new railway lines or tracks by the Metro Rail Administration (MRA)/Project Implementing Agency designated by the Government for the Metro Rail and Monorail/Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project.

 

"Operation Control Centre, Playback Training Room. Administration Building, Stabling Yards, Maintenance Workshop and Training Centre, Auto Car Wash Plant and Auto Wash Plant, Auxiliary Rail Vehicle Building, Under Floor Wheel Lathe and Blow Down Plant, Cooling Tower, Generator Area, Auxiliary Sub-station, Traction Sub-station, Transformer Area, Water Treatment Plant, Waste Water Treatment Plant, Deport Control Centre, sump Area, Parking, Check Post, Loading and unloading areas, Fouling Points, DG set Rooms, Metro and Mono stations (underground and elevated), Viaduct and tunnel, Ventilation Shaft, Entry / Exit Blocks, Passages, Underground passage to Station box, Lifts, Staircases, Escalators, Transit accommodation / Guest rooms, Metro Stations / Depots on property owned by it in all Use Zones, Air Handling Unit, Fire staircase, Fire lift and fire passages, Refuge area, thereto."

 

j) Facilities & services such as Roads, Water Supply, Sewerage, Storm Water Disposal and any other essential public services carried out by the State/Central Government or its undertakings / Bodies or the Local Bodies including :-

 

(a) Maintenance or improvement of highway, road or public street, being works carried out on land within the boundaries of such highway, road or public street; or

 

(b) Inspecting, repairing or renewing any drains, sewer mains, pipes including gas pipes, telephone and electric cables, or other apparatus including the breaking open of any street, or other land for the purpose.

 

Provided that the concerned authority shall inform the Planning Authority in writing at the earliest and pay the necessary restoration charges to the Planning Authority within a month. The restoration charges shall not be more than the expenditure to be incurred by the Authority to restore the road etc. along with supervision charges, if any.

 

All such constructions shall, however, conform to the prescribed requirements for the provision of essential services, water supply connections, drains, etc. to the satisfaction of the Authority.

 

2.1.5  Constructions Not Covered under the Operational Constructions

 

The following constructions of the Government Departments do not come under the purview of operational construction for the purpose of exemption. In such cases, intimation to the authority as mentioned in above regulation shall be necessary.

 

a) New residential buildings (other than gate lodges, quarters for limited essential operational staff and the like), roads and drains in railway colonies, hospitals, clubs, institutes and schools in case of railways.

 

b) A new building, new construction or new installation or any extension thereof, in case of any other services other than those mentioned in these regulations.

 

2.1.6 Temporary Constructions

 

Permission shall be necessary for carrying out temporary construction. The Authority may grant permission for temporary construction for a period not exceeding six months at a time and in the aggregate not exceeding a period of one year. Such permission may be given by him for the construction of the following, viz. :-

 

(i)  Structures for protection from the rain or covering of the terraces during monsoon only.

 

(ii)  Pandals for fairs, ceremonies, religious functions, etc. on public land.

 

(iii)  Structures of exhibitions/circuses etc.

 

(iv)  Structures for ancillary works for quarrying operations in conforming zones.

 

(v)  Government milk booths, telephone booths, MAFFCO stalls and ATM Centres.

 

(vi)  Transit accommodation for persons to be rehabilitated in a new construction.

 

(vii)  Structures for educational and medical facilities within the site of the proposed building during the phase of planning and constructing the said permanent buildings.

 

(viii)  Ready mix concrete plant.

 

Provided that, necessary documents along with necessary scrutiny fees shall be submitted by the applicant along with the application for temporary construction.

 

Provided that, temporary constructions for structures etc. mentioned at (vi), (vii) and (viii) may be permitted to be continued temporarily by the Authority, but in any case not beyond completion of construction of the main structure or building and that, structure in (iv) and (v) may be continued on annual renewal basis by the Authority beyond a period of one year.

Provided further that approval of the Chief Fire Officer of the authority shall be obtained, wherever necessary.

 

2.1.7 Repairs to Building

 

The permission shall not be required for the following types of repairs to existing authorised buildings, which do not amount to additions or alternations. Only intimation to the Authority by the owner along with the certificate of licensed personnel shall be given.

 

i)  Changing of doors and windows in the same position.

 

ii)  Strengthening of existing walls, and existing roof in the same position.

 

iii)  Any other items similar to the above.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 2- 

 

You can visit our other blog on Regulation 2 through the below-mentioned links:

 

Commencement of Work in UDCPR 2020

 

Various Regulations in Chapter 2 in UDCPR 2020

 

Procedure During Construction in UDCPR 2020

 

Discretionary Powers and Relaxations In Specific Cases in UDCPR 2020

 

Discretionary Powers Interpretation in UDCPR 2020

 

Procedure for Obtaining Development Permission, Building Permission, and Commencement Certificate in UDCPR 2020

 

Grant or Refusal of Permission in UDCPR 2020

 

Solid Waste Management in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 13 is all about the Special Provisions for Certain Buildings 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. 13.5 Solid Waste Management

 

It shall be mandatory for :-

 

i) Housing complexes, commercial establishments, hostels, and hospitals have an aggregate built-up area of more than 4,000 sq.m. or more.

 

ii) All three-star or higher category hotels.

 

Establish a dedicated solid waste management system to treat 100% of the wet waste generated in such buildings.

 

The treatment of wet waste shall be done through an organic waste composters/vermiculture pits or other similar technologies of suitable capacity installed through reputed vendors.

 

The disposal of dry waste, e-waste, and hazardous waste shall be carried out through authorized recyclers or any other system as specified by the Authority

 

Related Regulations

 

You can visit our other blogs related to Regulations 13 through the below-mentioned links:

 

Grey Water Recycling And Reuse in UDCPR 2020

 

Rain Water Harvesting in UDCPR 2020

 

Provisions for Barrier-Free Access in UDCPR 2020

 

Installation of Solar Assisted Water Heating (SWH) System, Roof Top Photovoltaic (RTPV) System in UDCPR 2020

 

Quarrying Operations in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 15 is all about the Regulations For Special Activities/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. 15.1 Quarrying Operations

 

With the approval of the, Authority Mining or Quarrying operations may be permitted in

Agriculture Zone on the following conditions :

 

1) The quarrying and mining operations shall be permitted outside CRZ and notified eco-sensitive zones and heritage precincts but only at specific locations decided by the competent authority. The development permission shall be granted subject to production of order to carry out these activities from the revenue authority concerned under the Minor Minerals Act and NOC of the MPCB.

 

2) The application for Development Permission for quarrying shall include :

 

a) Original 7/12 extract along with a location plan at 1:5000 scale of the quarry site and an area up to 500 meters around the quarry site showing important natural and manmade features and contours.

 

b) A site plan at 1:500 scale showing site boundaries, contours, and all existing natural and man-made features such as hills, water courses, trees, and other important landscape features, access roads, buildings, and other structures.

 

c) Proposed excavation plan and cross sections at 1:500 or larger scale showing proposed phasing; terracing; stepping; benching slopes; locations of process equipment; diversion of water courses; impounding lake; storage areas for topsoil, waste material, quarried material; workers housing; landscaping including screen planting, mounding and measures against visual intrusion, etc.

 

d) A restoration plan including landscaping proposals, phasing, and proposal for reuse of the area after quarrying.

 

e) A report supplementing the excavation and restoration plans, costs, and implementation program.

 

f) Scrutiny fee shall be paid by the owner.

 

g) Development Charge for the land under quarrying shall be paid by the owner, as per the

provisions of section 124-B of the M.R. & T.P. Act, 1966, at 0.50% of the rates of developed land mentioned in the A.S.R. of the Registration Dept. of the year in which permission is granted.

 

3) No quarrying shall commence until the excavation plan is also approved by the Director of Geology and Mining, Government of Maharashtra.

 

4) The Restoration Plan approved by the Planning Authority shall be carried out in consultation with the concerned Conservator of Forest or District Forests Officer, and the Revenue Authority.

 

5) The natural gradient of the slope should be maintained during quarrying operations. The slope of the foot-wall side (A slope in the direction in which mining does not exist) should be properly organized by planting adequate trees of suitable species so as to have soil-binding vegetation.

 

6) In the case of murum quarrying, entire weathered soil or murum shall not be excavated exposing hard rock; instead, a capping of at least half a meter be left so that it can support vegetation and plantation that be done later on. Similarly, these operations shall not cause depression below the average ground level.

 

7) The watercourse, if any from a higher slope, should be properly diverted out of the quarry area so that minimum water flows into the quarry and is safely channeled out of any nearby human settlement.

 

8) During quarrying operations, the water should be sprayed at least once in a day over the roads at quarry sites and nearby areas.

 

9) Kachha road leading to the quarry site shall be invariably sprayed with water during the period when trucks carry murum. In addition, to minimize dust pollution, measures such as the adoption of hoods at transfer points, vulcanizing of conveyor belt joints, under belt cleaning devices, apart from the installation of a dust extrication system for conveyance, shall be adopted. The kachha road leading to the quarry shall have a roadside plantation in order to arrest the dust pollution.

 

10) No Quarrying and crushing shall be permitted if a highway or public road having a width of 30 m. or more, a railway line, or any human settlement is located within 200 m. from the quarrying site. However, for quarrying with blasting operations, the distance shall be at least 500 m.

 

11) Residences for laborers and related temporary structures should be constructed at least 500 meters away from the place of blasting as well as from the place of quarrying. Heavy blasting by the use of heavy machinery shall be prohibited

 

12) The development permission for quarrying shall be granted for period of 1 year and may be revalidated every year for a maximum period of 3 years. After this fresh permission for further quarrying will be necessary. In granting such fresh permission, the Authority shall have regard to the applicant’s performance in observing the approved excavation and restoration plans, and in carrying out the quarrying operations in accordance with these guidelines.

 

Related Regulations

 

You can visit our other blogs related to Regulations 15 through the below-mentioned links:

 

Various Regulations of Chapter 15 in UDCPR 2020

 

Fsi Calculator New Way to Compute FSI

Everything about building FSI rules & FSI calculator! Foot2feet

Hello friends,

This blog is for every person who is somehow connected to land or construction industry. Here I will discuss about Floor space index also called as FSI in following points.

  1. What is FSI
  2. Area wise FSI calculation
  3. How to calculate it
  4. Why professional’s love foot2feet automated FSI calculator

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1. What IS FSI 

If you ever thought of buying a small land and building some 100 storied building on it to make huge profit, then you are wrong. Government controls development in any area based on availability of basic resources of water, drainage, traffic condition etc. This restriction is calculated with respect to land area. 

A ratio of land area to allowable construction area is called floor area ratio or Floor space index (FSI)

Example –           FSI in Pune in 2019 is 1.10. (Excluding paid FSI or TDR). 

For 1000 sqft land in baner or kothrud, FSI calculation will be as follows.

Owner can build maximum of 1000 x 1.10 = 1100 sqft  as per FSI in kothrud, Pune. 

Note –    Here built up area is individually calculated on all floors and then added to find maximum allowable area. 

Areas like balcony, parking, terraces, staircase, lift etc.  are deducted from this calculation according to Pune FSI rules (DCPR 2017). For any region separate development control rule (DC rules) are published by government authorities.

Owner can buy TDR (additional FSI) from other land owners whose land is surrendered for road or other reservations. Maximum allowable TDR on any land depends upon access road of that land. Example – for road of 12 Meter, 65% of land area can be purchased and loaded on that land. 

Paid FSI or fungible FSI is also additional TDR but this has to buy from planning authority. At current paid FSI charges in Pune Municipal Corporation are 50 % of ready reckoner rate of open land.

FSI and TDR are calculated on index decided by government time to time. 

Redevelopment FSI in Pune is same as regular FSI. Only difference is 0.20 (20%) paid FSI is given for society on roads less than 9.0 M. 

2. Factors to find FSI of any land 

i. Planning Authority –

Every location, village or area is under certain planning authority. Like – FSI  in Baner, Karve Nagar, Kondawa, Undri, Wagholi, Lohegaon is calculated by Pune municipal corporation FSI rules. While For location like Pirangut, Hinjewadi, Nanded city, Chakan, such region PMRDA rules of FSI or building rules are applicable. For villages under Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation like Ravet, Rahatani, Dapodi, Moshi, Chikhali pimple Saudagar etc PCMC rules are applicable. FSI in Pune cantonment, Dehu road cantonment or Khadaki (kirkee) cantonment is decided by defense ministry.

Here is Basic FSI in various region –

Pune municipal corporation        – 1.10 ( Maximum 3.0)

Pimpri chinchwad (PCMC)            – 1.0

Pune Metro Politian Regional planning authority (PMRDA)           – 1.0 to 1.2

ii. Type of land zone & building type – 

FSI vary due to land zone or building use. Here are few examples of basic FSI under various land zone. Note – To avoid confusion I am giving basic FSI excluding TDR or paid FSI.

Residential use         – 1.10

Commercial use        – 1.25

Industrial Use            – 0.50 to 1.0 

Gaothan Area            – 1.50

IT building                   – 2.0 to 3.0 (conditional)

Agriculture land        – 0.0375 to 0.20 ( excluding Paid FSI)

For exact calculation of FSI, TDR, Paid FSI use foot2feet online FSI calculator.

iii. Plot area      –         

For illegally subdivide plot (after land subdivision act 1972), only 75% of total FSI is allowed. For NA plots and plots more than 2000 Square Meter, full 100% of FSI is applicable.

For lands more than 2000 Sqm, 10% Open space is mandatory. For lands more than 4000 Square Meter 10% open space + 15% amenity space is required. (Use our calculator for actual calculations)

3.  How to calculate FSI

FSI calculation formula hardly gives useful results. best way is to use foot2feet FSI calculator. 

FSI calculator to find actual FSI on any land    

As I discussed FSI varies due to various factors. It’s not easy to find FSI on land just by some construction formula. One has to take help of local expert like architect etc to find FSI or FAR for that plot.

But the good news is foot2feet have developed online FSI calculator inbuilt with Pune FSI rules.  Pune & surrounding region. We will soon be adding one by one region in the list.

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4. Why professional’s love foot2feet automated FSI calculator 

Following are silent features of foot2feet calculator, which have made it very popular amongst builders, architects, contractors and other construction industry people.

  • No special knowledge required, a common man can use it
  • Select your location and find planning authority in your region
  • Only land area & access road width required to find basic results.
  • If you give more details, you will get more accurate calculations
  • It finds FSI, TDR, paid FSI, fungible FSI etc….
  • Required Open space, amenity space MHADA, FSI factor are accurately calculated.
  • Free assistance by foot2feet team
  • It takes few seconds only.

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