Special Rules for Pune City in UDCPR 2020

Apr 02, 2024

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 9 is all about the City Specific Regulations 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. 10.0 


Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations, the following city/authority-specific regulations shall be applicable to respective Planning Authorities/Areas.


Rule No. 10.1 Pune City Municipal Corporation




The height restriction in Koregaon Park Area shall be as per special regulations applicable in Koregaon Park Area as below -


a) Koregaon Park Area is bounded as below :-


i)  The Koregaon Park North Road on the north.


ii)  The Ghorpadi village boundary on the east.


iv) The Circuit House - Fitzgerald Bridge Road on the west.


b) Special Building Rules framed by the Collector of Pune for this area shall be applicable which are as given below -


i)  The minimum area of a building plot shall be as mentioned in the layout. No building plot as shown in the layout shall be sub-divided.


No building shall be allowed to be erected in any plot unless the said plot has suitable access by an existing metalled road or by a projected road which shall be previously constructed. (i.e. metalled in conformity with the layout sanctioned by the Collector.)


ii)  Only one main building together with such outhouses as are reasonably required for the bonafide use and enjoyment by its occupants and their domestic servants shall be permitted to be erected in any building plot. Provided that this restriction shall not prevent the erection of two or more buildings on the same plot, if the plot admeasures at least twice or thrice as the case may be (according to the number of buildings) the minimum size required. Provided also that the same open space shall be required around each main building as if each of these were in a separate building plot.


iii)  Every building to be built shall face the road and where the plot has frontage on more than one road the building shall face the more important road.


iv)  Every building shall be set back at least 20 feet from the boundary of any road, 40 feet or more in width and 15 feet from the other roads as shown in the layout.


v)  No building shall be constructed within 10 feet of the side boundaries of the plot.


vi)  The distance between the main building and the rear boundary of the plot shall be; not less than 20 feet. Provided that, subsidiary buildings such as an outhouse, a garage, stable, privy and the like may be permitted at the rear of the main building subject to the condition that such building shall be at a distance of not less than 10 feet from either any building in the compound or boundary of the plot.


vii)  The open space to be kept around every building shall be open to the sky and free from any erection except projection of roof, chajja or weather sheds, steps or hounds or fountains with parapet walls not more than 4 feet high. Provided that a balcony or gallery may be allowed to project over such open space if the distance between the outer edge of such a projection and the boundary of the plot is not less than 10 feet.


viii)  Not more than one-third of the total area of any building plot shall be built upon. In calculating the area covered by buildings the plinth area of the; buildings and other structures excepting compound walls, steps, open ottas and open hounds or wells with parapet walls not more than 4 feet high or Chajja and weather sheds shall be taken into account. Area covered by a staircase and projections of any kind shall be considered as built over. Provided a balcony or gallery which -


a. is open on three sides;


b. has no structure underneath on the ground floor;


c. projects not more than 4 feet from the walls; and


d. length of which measured in a straight line does not exceed 2/3rd the length of the wall to which it is attached; shall not be counted in calculating the built-over area.


ix)  No building shall contain more than two storeys including the ground floor.


x)  If flats are constructed there shall be not more than two self-contained flats on each floor, each flat being occupied by one family only.


xi)  The minimum standard of accommodation to be provided exclusively for one family shall consist of one living room and one bedroom together admeasuring not less than 250 sq. ft. one kitchen, one verandah not less than 6 feet in width in front and rear, a bathroom and a water-closet or latrine.


xii)  In no circumstances shall one-roomed tenements be allowed to be constructed or used as residences. No chawls or temporary sheds shall be allowed to be constructed.


xiii)  Every building shall have a plinth of at least 2 feet above the general level of the ground.


xiv)  No building shall exceed 100 feet in length in any direction.


xv)  All subsidiary buildings such as an outhouse providing auxiliary accommodation such as a garage, servant's quarter, stable, storeroom, privy, etc. appurtenant to the main building but detached thereon shall be ground floor structures only and shall be constructed at the rear of the plot at a distance of not less than 10 feet from one another or from the main building or from the boundary of the plot.


xvi) The owner of the adjoining plots may be permitted with their mutual consent to group the subsidiary ground floor buildings, such as outhouses, stables, privies, etc. along the common boundary in the rear of their plots provided that such building shall be at a distance of not less than 10 feet from any other building in the compound.


xvii)  The minimum floor area of any room intended for human habitation shall be not less than 120 sq. ft.


xviii)  No sides of a room for residential purposes shall be less than 10 feet long at least one side of every such room shall be an external wall abutting on the surrounding open space through its length or on an interior open yard (chowk) not less than 300 sq. ft. in the area and l5 feet in any direction or on an open verandah.


xix)  The height of every room inside the building shall be not less than 10 feet from the floor to ceiling and in the case of a sloping roof the height of the lowest point thereof shall be not less than 7 feet and 6 inches from the floor.


xx)  Every room shall be provided with windows or other apertures other than doors opening out into the internal air for the admission of light and air and the aggregate area of such openings shall not be less than 1/7th of the floor area of the room in which they are provided.


xxi)  Privies shall be at the rear of the main building and not less than 10 feet from it. They shall be innocuous to the neighbours. They shall not be within 30 feet of a well and shall be screened from public view.


xxii)  No cesspools shall be allowed to be constructed unless there exists an agency for clearing them regularly and properly.


xxiii)  No cesspool shall be used or made within 100 feet of any well.


xxiv)  No Khalkuwa Khalketi shall be used for the reception of night soil.


xxv)  No cattle shall be kept in any part of the residential buildings. No stable or cattle shed shall be constructed within 10 feet of a residential building.


xxvi)  Shops may be allowed on the ground floor of the building in the plots reserved for shops only. The upper floor of the building may be used for residence. Provided all regulations applicable to residential buildings are adopted.


xxvii)  The Collector may within his discretion sanction or license the erection of any building other than a dwelling house if he is satisfied after necessary inquiry in the locality that the erection and user of such building will not adversely affect the amenities of the adjoining lands or buildings.


xxviii)  All buildings shall be of pucca construction and no easily combustible materials shall be used in their construction.


xxix)  No boundary or compound wall or fence shall be erected on the boundary not to any street of a greater height than 4 feet measured from the centre of the road in front.


xxx)  No addition to or alterations in a building shall be carried out without the previous written permission of the Collector.


xxxi)  In the case of land or building situated within the limits of a Municipal Corporation or any other Local Authority, the rules and bylaws of the Municipal Corporation or Local Authority on that behalf shall apply in addition to the regulations prescribed above.


xxxii)  The permission shall be liable to be revoked on breach of any of the conditions.

xxxiii)  All the roads within the layout will be constructed and got ready within six months from the date of sanctioning the layout.


xxxiv)  Central arrangements for the delivery of water to the individual plot holder will be made and got ready within six months from the date of sanctioning the layout.


xxxv)  No building shall be used for other than the residential purposes.


Note - This regulation stands modified if modified by the Government/Collector.



Notwithstanding anything contained in these regulations, the height of the building shall not be more than 21.0 m. in the following area. This height may be relaxed by the Government in special cases.


a) Parvati - Area bounded by Singhagad Road on the north, Singhagad Road on the west, Southern boundary of P.L. Deshpande Udyan on the south, and Road from over bridge up to Laxminagar and western boundary of Tulsibagwale Colony in S.No.89, 90 etc. of Parvati on the east.


b) Chatushrungi - S.No.105, 106 pt., 107 pt. etc. of village Bhamburda.


The area is bounded by Ganeshkhind Road on the North, Senapati Bapat Road on the east, S.No.106 - South boundary on the south, and the Western boundary of S.No.107,105,106 - on the west.


10.1.4 No piece of land shall be used as a site for the construction of the building


(a)  If the land is within a prohibited distance (currently of seventy-five meters) from the crest of the outer parapet of the Armament Research and Development Establishment (ARDE), Range Pashan, Pune.


(b)  If the land is within a prohibited distance of approximately 457.2 m. (500 yards) from the crest of the outer parapet of the High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL), Sutarwadi, Pune as shown on the Development Plan.


Rule No. 10.15 Certail Regulations Cease to Operate in Future


The Regulation No. 10.3.1, 10.3.2, 10.3.4, shall cease to operate on 1st Jan, 2022 or as decided by the Government from time to time and thereafter provisions of these regulations shall apply.


However, in the case of redevelopment projects, the Regulation No.10.1.1 shall continue in effect until 01st Jan, 2026.


Rule No. 10.1.1 Height of Building 


For a building having a height of more than 36 m., the minimum road width shall be 12 m. and for a building having a height equal to or more than 50 m., the minimum road width shall be 15 m.


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