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RESIDENTIAL BUILDING FSI
Permissible basic FSI, additional FSI on payment of premium, Permissible TDR Loading on a plot in non-congested area for Residential and Residential with mix uses shall be as per the following Table No. 18
|Basic FSI||Premium FSI||TDR||Max FSI|
|Below 9.0 M||1. 0||0.0||0.0||1.0|
|9 m – 12 M||1.0||0.2||0.2||1.4|
|12 M – 15 M||1.0||0.2||0.3||1.5|
|15M – 24 M||1.1||0.2||0.4||1.7|
|24 m – 30 M||1.2||0.2||0.5||1.9|
|above 30 M||1.2||0.2||0.6||2.0|
i) The above FSI shall be applicable for existing as well as proposed roads, provided that the plot is physically made accessible as per Regulation No. 14.3.
ii) The Premium FSI shall not be allowed in the areas mentioned in 46.5.4 (6) where TDR utilization is made applicable. In such cases the quantum of Premium FSI as per column No.4 above may be allowed to be utilised by consuming TDR.
iii) Maximum permissible building potential on plot mentioned at column no.6 shall be inclusive of FSI allowed for handing over RP/DP Road and the Amenity Space to the PMRDA. Such in-situ FSI may be considered as a part of maximum permissible TDR loading given in column no.5.
iv) The restrictions of road width mentioned above shall not be applicable in cases where, the permissible FSI is more than the basic FSI in various schemes such as, MHADA buildings, MRTs and BRTs routes, TPS Area and any special projects of Govt. of Maharashtra/Public Undertakings etc.
v) The maximum limits of FSI prescribed above shall be applicable to fresh permission and also to an existing building which has not been granted full occupation certificate but subject to production of stability certificate from structural engineer in respect of such existing building. However, in no case the rights of the flat owner / unit holders shall be adversely affected.
i) Rate of premium for the additional FSI as mentioned in column no 4 above shall be decided by Government from time to time. The premium collected shall be shared 50:50 between State Government & PMRDA respectively. The premium of the Government shall be deposited by the planning authority in a Government head account.
ii) The Metropolitan Commissioner shall deposit the amount collected through the charges for premium in a separate development fund called as-PMRDA Infrastructure fund‖ and shall utilize the same only for the purpose of developing new/ up-gradation of infrastructure as well as implementation of Regional Plan/Development Plan proposals and creation of civic amenities.
iii) Basic FSI for unauthorisedly sub divided plots having area up to 0.2 ha shall be 0.75 and the values of column no. 4, 5 and 6 shall vary proportionately.
INDUSTRIAL BUIDLING FSI
Minimum plot area, marginal space, Permissible FSI, Additional FSI with payment of premium for industrial building shall be as per the Table No.19 given below:-
Minimum plot area, marginal space, Permissible FSI-
|Table no 19|
|Road width||Plot Size||Basic FSI||Premium FSI|
|12m.||1001 to 5000||1.1||0.2|
i) In case of plots fronting on National Highway, State Highway and Major District Roads, the building line / control line shall be as per Ribbon Development Rules as given in Table above, whichever is more.
ii) Front, side and rear marginal open spaces shall be as per above Table.
iii) Minimum and maximum height shall be 3.60 m. & 4.2 m. respectively for industrial buildings.
iv) The greater height maybe permitted as per the requirement.
v) In addition of provisions of these regulations, regulations prescribed under Factory Act shall be applicable.
vi) Premium – Rate of premium for the additional FSI as mentioned in column no 5 above shall be decided by Government from time to time. The premium collected shall be shared 50:50 between State Government & PMRDA respectively. The premium of the Government shall be deposited by the planning authority in a Government head account
vii) Buffer open space-For construction of industrial building, buffer open space of 23 m. wide shall be left from residential or incompatible zone, wherever necessary. Such buffer open space shall be part of sizable required recreational open space. Roads and marginal distance may also be treated as a part of Buffer open space. However, area of such buffer open space shall be counted in gross area for computation of FSI. Where green belt is shown in Regional/Development Plan between residential and industrial zone, area of such green belt shall be counted in gross area for calculation of FSI. The floor height for industrial building shall be as per requirement.