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Know more about NOC (No Objection Certificate) for Building Construction

Every person who intends to carry out new development and erect, re-erect or make any alterations in any place in a building or demolish any building essential to obtain building permission from local planning authority. Similarly, Building permission is the No Objection Certificate for Building Construction. You can make the application for Construction Noc through registered architect or licensed engineer/ structural engineer, to the authority planning authority.

 

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What are the documents required for Building Permission?

To obtain construction noc, it is mandatory to submit complete information in the form with all necessary documents. Subsequently, Payment receipt of scrutiny fee and any other fee /charges needs to be attached along with the application for Construction Noc.  Below is the Checklist of documents required for building permission-

a)  Application for Building permission

    b)  Mojani map showing plot boundaries

    c)   7/12 or property card

    d)      Property Fer-Faar (Mutation Entries)

    e)      PREDCR drawing & report

    f)       Zoning Demarcation

    g)      Building drawing as per DC rules 2017

    h)      Structural stability certificate

    i)        Site supervisor Letter

     j)        Owner Registration to PMC

     k)      Tax NOC

 l)        Title & Search Report

m)   Aviation NOC (or elevation certificate)

n)      Society Allotment letter & NOC

o)      Site Photos

p)      Layout Plan (If available)

 

Procedure for Building Approval

The process involves to obtain building permission is subject to stringent scrutiny. Following are the step by step process involves in online permission-

Step 1.  Procuring all required documents.

Step 2.  Online application with Pre-dcr drawing to get Pre Approval.

Step 3. Offline file submission.

Step 4. Site visit report and order by Building Inspector

Step 5. Payment of Challan.

Step 6. Final stamp on blueprint and get Commencement Certificate.

 

 

List of Other NOC required for construction

When you make a dream of new home and opt to execute it, you enter into the pre-approvals’ stage. Many of us know how to take decisions but very few know that there is list of documentation needed for it to come in existence. Every builder and owner of the land has to give applications and documents which are required for building constructions and its clearance. Following are the list of various NOC’s requires for the construction as depends on the project-

 

a)     Fire Noc

b)     Aviation Noc

c)     Garden Noc

d)     Forest Noc

e)     Heritage Noc

f)      Road Noc

g)     PWD Noc

h)     Irrigation Noc

i)       M.O.U / Development Agreement Noc.

 

 FAQ about Building Permission-

1.     What are the various factors occurs to get noc for building?

Specifically, Various factors are involved in building permission. However it starts from  the identification and authentication of land, to check that building conforms to all the standards of safety and regulations, distance from road, distance of surrounding buildings, height of proposed construction, and any other criteria set by the local planning authorities arises time to time.

 

2.     What are the Building Rules in PCMC?

 

Click here https://pmc.gov.in/sites/default/files/DC%20Rul%202017.PDF
for PMC Building Rules DCPR 2017.

 

Click here https://www.pcmcindia.gov.in/PDF_forms/Dc_rule.pdf for PCMC Building Rules.

 

 

 

 

           3.How much time it takes to get Construction NOC?

   Generally, from the date of final application along with necessary documents to local planning authority, it takes upto 25 days or more to obtain Construction Noc or Building PermissionOne should seek this process while constructing a new building. Also it is required at time of extension, Addition of floor, Lift addition  in existing building. Remember, for any interior changes approvals are not required

 

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Non-Agricultural land has more valuation than other lands

Content Table:

  • What is NA?
  • NA from the terminology of Foot2Feet?
  • NA from common facts in feasibility report
  • Misconceptions of NA
  • Process to do NA in a Municipal corporation
  • Process of NA in a Non-municipal corporation
  • Conclusion

Lands or plots are broadly classified into three major types; Agricultural land, Non-agricultural land (NA) and Forest land.

What is NA?

Non-agricultural land or NA is a type of land on which residential or commercial buildings, factories, and industries can be constructed. Whereas, agricultural lands are typically lands devoted to agricultural activities. It is illegal to construct a residential or commercial estate upon agricultural lands.

A. NA from the terminology of Foot2Feet:

Non-agricultural land or NA can be from different zones like Urbanizable Zone, Industrial Zone, Recreational Zone & Residential Zone or R-Zone. For NA land, zone plays an important role. Any land is by default agriculture land in India, except the land in Gaothan area. NA land is not necessarily to be residential all the time, and similarly residential land is not necessarily NA land always.

B. NA from common facts in feasibility report:

Feasibility is one of the primary steps that owners, developers or builders conduct. The feasibility report states the possibilities and written statements that your land or piece of plot is possibly fit to withstand your planned project. It may contain graphs, statistics, statements, and an in-depth analysis of certain components.

After buying NA it is important to see if the land is feasible or not for construction. It assists in the growth and development of papers of execution and determines the required permissions and approvals needed for NA.

C. Misconceptions of NA:

There are few misconceptions regarding the non-agricultural land which need to be eradicated. Listed below are some of the myths that are often associated with NA:

  1. Tax benefits: It is a common assumption among people that there are no tax benefits in buying NA land as against buying pre-built houses. Yes, it is true that the interest payable on a loan taken to buy a plot of land is tax deductible only if that land is used for generating income, unlike a loan taken to acquire a property. However, the interest can be capitalized and added to the cost of acquisition of the plot, which can help in reducing the capital gain tax liability at the time of sale of the plot.
  2. Cost: Buying a piece of land does not need tonnes of cash, as it is in the case of buying pre-built houses. A good land deal can be locked at a moderate investment of Rs. 5-10 lakhs in a good location which is quite capable of yielding worthwhile returns in the long term, usually 5-7 years, but 10-15 years is always a better bet.
  3. Loans: It’s a misconception that banks do not provide loans for buying NA land. But, banks do provide financing for buying land from statutory bodies or reputed developers. However, the interest rates for buying land are about 1-2% higher when compared to regular home loans. Also, the tenure of such a loan is restricted to a maximum of 7-10 years.

D. Process to do NA in a municipal corporation:

Before carrying out any development on the agricultural land, the occupant of the land has to apply to the collector for permission to convert the use of agricultural land for any non-agricultural purpose.

After converting the agricultural land into NA land, it becomes easier to receive permission for construction from the local governing bodies.

Let’s take a look at various steps to be followed to do the NA process:

  1. Apply for building permission: In order to start any new building construction, the occupant or superior holder of land need to first furnish an application form along with the supporting documents to the District collector in whose jurisdiction the concerning agriculture land is situated.
  2. Verification: After receiving the application request, the concerning District collector will acknowledge the application within seven days and send a copy of the application to Tahsildar. If the proposed area is within the jurisdiction of a Municipal corporation, the collector consults them concerning acquiring the building permit.
  3. Get NA NOC from Tahsildar: TheTahsildar will check for revenue clearance and technical clearance. The tahsildar will also check certain parameters like if the applicant is the rightful occupant of land and is empowered to file for a change of land use if any dues are pending to any department by the occupant, and whether the local authority has any objections for land conversion.
  4. Issuing of NA conversion order: The District collector will issue an order of conversion within a month of the date of payment of premium and then authorize the Tahsildar to change the particulars of the land by making necessary entries in the revenue records.
  5. Pay NA Taxes: The land occupier or landholder has to pay NA land taxes from the date on which NA land use begins. If the occupier or holder fails to inform the Tahsildar within the period specified, he/she will be liable to pay in addition to the non-agricultural assessment fine of five hundred rupees to the District collector.

E. Process of NA in a non-municipal corporation:

If there is no Municipal Corporation or Municipal Council in the area for proposed conversion of agricultural land to non-agricultural land, the applicant needs to submit a No Objection Certificate (NOC) and clearance certificate.

F. Conclusion:

The process of land conversion from agricultural to non-agricultural might look tedious and lengthy, but it is quite simple if implemented properly. To know more about various factors involved in land deals, land reservations, and different types of land zones, keep in touch with Foot2Feet.

We provide various services, solutions and deep knowledge related to land, construction, Tax NOC, and much more.

Additional Regulations in Aurangabad in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR has a Unified rule, which means that instead of having numerous regulations for every city/region in the state, it is better to have a single rule for all cities in Maharashtra.

But due to some geological conditions or some other restrictions the regulations may vary a bit for some regions in Maharastra. 

 

For Example, the Coastal Region, Hilly Region, Densely Populated Region, and Gaothan can't have the same type of rules, and the rules differ according to them.

 

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 5 is all about Additional Provisions for Regional Plan Areas.

 

This is Applicable to all Planning Authorities and Regional Plan Areas except the 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. 5.12 Aurangabad Regional Plan

 

The Tourism Development Strip is shown in the Tourist Complex of Mhaismal Giristhan, Tourist Complex Sulibhanjan, Tourist Complex Verul, and Tourist Complex Doulatabad.


Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, the following Building users will be permissible in this Zone -

 

Conventional Hotels, Including cottages for tourists.

 

i)  Canteens / Restaurants & Tea stalls, including pan shops.

 

ii)  Baths & Toilets for camping sites providing for tents/caravans

 

iii)  Public utilities and services like an information center, tourist reception center, telephone

booths, first aid center, health farm, gymnasium , indoor game hall and lawn tennis court, structures for recreation purposes such as an Amusement Park, water sports facilities, marine jetties & pontoons for docking of boats, swimming pools, boat house, and like, with following restrictions -

 

a)  Minimum plot size should be 100 m. x 50 m. irrespective of holdings.

 

b)  12.0 m. service road should be provided

 

c)  Minimum 6.0 m. side margin from all sides should be provided. Similarly, ribbon

development Control Rules should be observed.

 

d)  The permissible FSI shall be 0.2 on gross plot area without payment of premium and up to 1.00 with payment of premium at the rate of 20% of the land rate in ASR of said land, without considering the guidelines therein.

 

e)  Sculpture tree plantation along the service road to be carried out with the help of the Social Forest Department. Plantation at the rate of 300 plants per Hectors to be carried out before

commencement of work.

 

f)  In this strip, users of tourist interest are only be permitted.

 

On the plots, for which regular N.A. and/or layouts are sanctioned and which area is affected by this strip, the above-said users shall only be permitted, keeping the area & the shape of the plot intact as per sanction.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 5 - 

 

You can visit our other blogs related to Regulations 5 through the below-mentioned links:

 

Additional Rules for Regional Plan Area than Basic UDCPR Rules in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Thane, Raigad, Palghar Regional Plan in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulation for Ratnagiri in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Kolhapur in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Satara in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Hingoli, Buldhana, Washim, Yavatmal, Nanded Regional Plan in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Raigad in UDCPR 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Solapur in UDCPR in 2020

 

Additional Regulations for Pune in UDCPR 2020

 

Buildings of Smart Fin Tech Centre in UDCPR 2020

Rule No.7.12 Buildings of Smart Fin-Tech Centre

 

i) The Authority may permit additional FSI up to 200% over and above the basic permissible FSI to Smart Fin-Tech Centre located in Residential/Industrial/Commercial Zone, which have been approved by the Directorate of Information Technology, proposed to be set up (hereinafter referred to as the "said unit") by charging premium of 20% of the land rate for the said land as prescribed in Annual Statement of Rates for the relevant year of granting such additional FSI.

 

Provided that additional FSI shall be permissible only on plots having an access road of a minimum of 18.0 m. width and subject to approval by a committee chaired by the Principal Secretary, Information Technology, and comprising representatives of Industries, Finance and Urban Development Department (UD-1).

 

Provided further that, the premium so collected shall be shared between the Planning Authority and the Government in the proportion of 50: 50. The share of the Government shall be deposited in the Fin-Tech Corpus fund which is being set up by the Director of Information Technology.

 

(Explanation: Premium charges shall be calculated based on the value of lands under such zones, determined by considering the land rates of the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rates (ASR). These charges shall be paid at the time of permitting additional FSI by considering the ASR for the relevant year without applying the guidelines).

 

ii) The total maximum permissible FSI shall not exceed the limit of 3.00. In case of plot fronting on roads having a width of 24.0 m. or more, the FSI may be permitted to be exceeded upto 4.00.

 

iii) No amenity space is required to be left for the development of plot/land up to 2.00 hectares for the Smart Fin-Tech Centre.

 

iv) At least 85% of the total proposed Built-up area (excluding parking area) shall be permitted for the business of Fin-Tech (start-ups, incubators, and accelerators), banking and financial service including NBFC and insurance, and IT/ITES with focus on Fin-Tech.

 

v) The Directorate of Information Technology will develop a web portal on which the developer of every Smart Fin-Tech Centre will be bound to provide/update detailed information about the names of the units in the park, utilization of built-up area, and activities being carried out, manpower employed in the Smart Fin-Tech Centre on a yearly basis.

 

vi) If a Smart Fin-Tech Centre has availed additional FSI as per the provisions of this regulation and subsequently it is found that the built-up space in the Smart Fin-Tech Centre is being used for non-Fin-Tech / commercial activities / any other activity, not permitted as per the Smart Fin-Tech Centre policy under which the said Centre was approved, a penal action as below will be taken, the payment shall be shared between the Authority and the Government in the ratio of 3:1.

a) The misuse shall be ascertained by physical site verification of the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre policy by a team of officers from the Directorate of Information Technology and the Authority, which has approved the building plans of the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre.

 

b) A per day penalty equal to 0.3% of the prevailing ready reckoner value of the built-up area that has been found to be used for non-Fin-Tech activities, shall be imposed.

 

c) The penalty will be recovered from the date of commencement of unauthorized use till the day of non-Fin-Tech activities.

 

After payment of the penalty to the Authority, which has sanctioned the building plans of the concerned Smart Fin-Tech Centre, the said Smart Fin-Tech Centre will restore the use of premises to the original purpose for which LOI / Registration was granted. If the Smart Fin-Tech Centre fails to pay the penalty and/or restore the use to its original intended use, the Authority will take suitable action under the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, against the erring Smart Fin-Tech Centre under intimation to the Directorate of Information Technology. These provisions will be over and above the penal provisions of the M.R. & T.P. Act, 1966.

 

vii) In this regulation the terms and expression shall have the meaning specified in the Fin-Tech Policy declared by the Directorate of Information Technology vide Govt. Resolution No.DIT- 2018/CR-17/D-1/39, dated 16th February, 2018. Notwithstanding anything contained in the existing regulation, the above provisions shall be applicable to the Smart FinTech Centre.

 

Other provisions of existing regulations, which are not specifically mentioned in this regulation, shall be applicable.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 7

 

Rule No. 7.0 in UDCPR 2020

 

Entitlement of FSI for Road Widening or Construction of New Roads or Surrender of Reserved Land in UDCPR 2020

 

Development and Redevelopment Of Staff Quarters Of the State Government or Its Statuary Bodies or Planning Authority in UDCPR 2020

 

Development and Redevelopment of Housing Schemes of Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority in UDCPR 2020

 

Redevelopment of Existing Buildings in UDCPR 2020

 

Development of Housing for EWS and LIG in UDCPR 2020

 

Regulations for Development of Information Technology Establishment, Data Centers in UDCPR 2020

 

Regulation for Development of Biotechnology Parks in UDCPR 2020

 

Incentive for Green Buildings in UDCPR 2020

 

Commercial Buildings in CBD, Commercial, Residential Zone in Planning Authorities Areas 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