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The Contractor who make improvements on an existing building or home is the Renovation Contractor. He replaces the old structure with the new model. At the same time, he creates a new appearance to home by renovating it. Renovation is also called as remodeling.There are many Types in renovation, where its Exterior Home improvements, Full home renovation or Kitchen renovation, bathroom renovation, Interior renovation, etc. However, Foot2feet provides number of renovation contractors near your home to choose from. Also find civil contractor on https://foot2feet.com/construction-services/civil-contractor-in-pune/

Types of Renovation contractors                     

Renovation contractor falls in many types. As it depends on the type of project you need to renovate.  Few of them are listed below –

  1. Interior Renovation 
  2. Exterior Renovation 
  3. House Renovation                
  4. Bathroom Renovation               
  5. Kitchen Renovation 
  6. Architect for Renovation You can get electrical contractor on https://foot2feet.com/site/electrical-contractor-in-pune/

Cost of Home Renovation in Pune

Cost of renovation  varies as per various services offered by contractors. For instance, how old the structure is, its stability and aesthetic work, material quality, desired finishing and skilled labor for work. Also find more about home improvement at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_improvement

FAQ about Renovation Contractor

1. Do Renovation contractor work in home improvement services?

Renovation contractors work in various home improvements, like Bathroom renovation, Kitchen renovation, Painting of rooms, Tile replacement, etc

2. Can your contractor remodel my Kitchen in 75000 Rs?

Kitchen renovation can be done in your stipulated cost. It includes counter kitchen top replacement, install kitchen trolley and cabinet, dado replacement, etc

3. How much time is required for bathroom renovation ?

Renovation of bathroom takes  around 1 Month. A Good contractor adds an innovative and sustainable construction solutions at an outstanding value. Also gives timely delivery of new stylish and fascinating bathroom

4. How do I choose renovation contractor? 

Contractor selection process goes through following stages –

  1. Find your exact requirement.
  2. Plan your budget from online cost calculator.
  3. Invite contractors with their estimate.
  4. Check contractors previous work.
  5. Finalize contractor accordingly.   

Additional Rules for Regional Plan Area than Basic UDCPR Rules 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 it.

 

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. 5.0 General 

 

In addition to the provisions mentioned in these Regulations, the following additional provisions shall be applicable for the areas of the Regional Plans/Authorities mentioned hereinunder. These provisions shall prevail over the provisions, if any, mentioned in this Development Control and Promotion Regulations to that extent.

 

Rule No. 5.1 For All Regional Plan Areas 

 

5.1.1 Development Permissible Adjacent to Gaothan

 

For the villages in the area of Regional Plans (excluding the area of Local Bodies and SPA where a Development Plan or planning proposal is sanctioned) where no specific residential zone is shown, for such villages, development permissible in a residential zone, may be permitted :-

 

i)  Within a belt of 2.00 km. from the boundaries of the Municipal Corporation, 1.00 km. from the boundaries of the Municipal Council, and 0.50 km. from the boundaries of Nagar Panchayat, where zone plans are  prepared or not prepared in the Regional Plan for such area;

 

However, the proposed development within such belt shall be guided by the road network of published/sanctioned zone plans or elsewhere proper road network plan prepared and approved by the Director of Town Planning within 6 months or within such time limit as extended by the Government.

 

ii)  Within a belt of 500 meters from the gaothan limits of settlements having a population of less than or equal to 5000 as per the latest Census and;

 

iii)  Within a belt of 1500 meters from the gaothan limits of settlements having a population of more than 5000 as per the latest Census;

 

iv)  in the case of settlements of both the categories mentioned in (ii) and (iii) above, falling in the planning areas/Zone Plans of Regional Plans, such distance from the gaothan limits shall be 500 meters only;

 

v)  in the case of village settlements in the Western Ghat hilly area (eco-sensitive zone) in the Regional Plan of Satara, Pune, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Kolhapur, Nashik, Nandurbar, Sangli, Sindhudurg, Thane, Palghar and Raigad District or as notified by Govt. from time to time such distance shall be 200 m. only

 

vi)  in the case of villages in the Regional Plan of Mumbai Metropolitan Region and Raigad, such distance shall be 500 m. only.


Provided that, such development shall be permitted only on payment of a premium of the total area of land. Such premium shall be calculated considering the 15% rate of the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rates of the year granting such developments. This rate of premium shall be subject to orders of the Government from time to time, Provided further that, for the areas which are converted into Municipal Councils / Nagar Panchayats within the Regional Plan (under the provision of Maharashtra Municipal Councils, Nagar panchayats and Industrial Townships Act, 1965), such premium shall be calculated considering 5% rate of the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rate for the year while granting such residential development (without considering the guidelines therein).

 

Provided further that, no such premium shall be applicable for the development of an

individual house of an owner or farmhouse on the owner's land.

 

Provided further that no such premium shall be applicable for revised permission on the land where development/Layout permission is granted prior to sanction of the respective land where development/Layout permission is granted prior to sanction of the respective Regional Plan, more specifically mentioned in Regulation No.5.1.3 below.


Provided further that where more than 50 percent of the area of the Survey Number/Gut Number is covered within the above peripheral distance, the remaining whole of such Survey Number/Gut Number within same ownership shall be considered for development on payment of premium as above.

 

Provided further that the criteria of “distance from gaothan” shall also be applicable to the lands from the nearest gaothan of any village.


Provided further that this provision shall not bar development permission for the uses, otherwise permissible, in the agricultural zone as per UDCPR within a specified distance from gaothan mentioned in this regulation.

 

Provided also that this regulation shall also apply to all declared/Notified Gaothan under M.L.R.C. whether shown on the Regional Plan or not.


Provided further that in respect of the Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg Regional Plan, this provision shall be subject to provisions mentioned in Regulation No.5.3.

 

5.1.2 Regulations for Development of Tourist Resorts/Holiday Homes/Township in Hill Stations Types Areas under Hill Stations Policy

 

The developments under the Hill Station Policy shall be governed by the Special Regulations as sanctioned by the Government vide notification No.TPS-1893/1231/C.R.123/96/UD-13, dated 26/11/1996, and its amendments by the Government from time to time.

 

5.1.3  Committed Development

 

i)  Any development permission granted or any development proposal for which tentative or final approval has been recommended by the concerned Town Planning Office and is pending with the concerned Revenue Authority for demarcation or for final N.A. permission before publication of draft R.P. (date of resolution of the R.P. Board for publication) shall be continued to be valid for that respective purpose/use irrespective of approved Floor Space Index. Provided that, it shall be permissible for the owner to either continue with the permission in toto as per such earlier approval or apply for a grant of revised permissions under these regulations. However, in such cases of revision, the premium, if any, shall not be applicable, for approved permissions (including tentative). This provision shall not cover the cases mentioned in 5.1.3 (iii) below.

 

ii)  The layout already approved/development permission already granted for residential purposes and which is valid as per the provisions of UDCPR shall be entitled to development subject to the use of earlier permission. This shall also be applicable to cases where sale permission for N.A. use has been granted prior to the date of sanction of these Regulations, for the same use as the one for which sale permission was granted.

 

iii)  The layout already approved/development permission already granted for the uses permissible in agricultural or such restrictive zones and which are valid as per the provisions of UDCPR shall be entitled to development subject to use and FSI of the respective use granted in earlier permission.

 

5.14 Rectification of draftsman's error

 

i) Draftsman's errors, which are required to be corrected as per the actual situation on site/or as per Survey Records, sanctioned layout, etc., shall be corrected by the concerned District Collector, after due verification and prior approval of the concerned Divisional joint Director of Town Planning.

 

ii)  Drafting errors, if any, regarding Private Lands shown by mistake in the restrictive zone such as defense zone, forest zone, command area, etc., shall be corrected after due verifications of records and situation on the ground by the concerned Authority with prior approval of Divisional Joint Director of Town Planning. In such cases, private land will be included in the adjacent zone.

 

iii)  The boundaries of the designated or Notified Eco-Sensitive Zone for Bird Sanctuary, Wildlife Sanctuary, and other projects shown on the Regional Plan shall be as per the final notification issued under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. All conditions regarding development, including Buffer Zone, in pursuance of the provisions of the said Act shall be applicable.

 

5.15 Highways Notified by State/Central Government

 

If any highway/ring road/expressway and any other classified road are notified by the State/Central Government Highway Authority under the provisions of the relevant act, then the alignment of such notified road shall be deemed to be part of the Regional Plan and for this, a procedure under section 20 of M.R. & T.P. Act, 1966 shall not be necessary.

 

5.1.6  Station Area Development

 

The development of in agriculture zone around any functional railway station up to a distance of 500 m. shall be permitted by charging a premium at a 30% rate of the said land as mentioned in the ASR on a total area of land under development, subject to the following -

i) Within a 100 m. distance from the periphery of the station, the users related to the railway station and other users (excluding Residential) shall be permitted.

 

ii) In the remaining distance within 500 m., all users permissible in the Residential Zone shall be permitted.

 

iii) The rate of premium shall be subject to the Government's order from time to time.

 

5.1.7  Modification proposals already sanctioned

 

All the modification proposals from the Regional Plan already sanctioned by the State Government under section 20(4) of Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, but not shown in the respective zone in the Regional Plan shall be treated as included in the respective Zone as per the modification sanctioned by the State Government.

 

5.1.8  Provision of Amenity Space

 

i) In any layout or sub-division of land for residential purposes measuring more than 0.4 Ha. (excluding the area of R.P. roads, road widening and designations) amenity space shall have to be provided for the areas and specified percentages mentioned in the table below.

 

Area of LandAmenity Space to be provided
up to 4000 sq.mNil
more than 4000 sq.m10%

 

ii) For calculating the area for Amenity Space, an area covered under the development proposal submitted to the Authority shall only be considered.

 

iii) The owner shall be entitled to develop the Amenity Spaces as per the uses permissible in the Amenity Spaces.

 

iii) If the owner agrees to handover and the Authority agrees to take over the amenity space, then such Amenity Space shall be deemed to be reservation in the plan and floor space index (FSI) in lieu thereof (1) subject to maximum receiving potential prescribed in these regulations may be made available in-situ on remaining land. The calculation of this in-situ FSI shall be shown on the layout/building plan. In the areas where TDR regulations are applicable and if the owner desires to have TDR against it, instead of in-situ FSI, then he may be awarded TDR. The in-situ FSI or TDR shall be granted only after the transfer of the Amenity Space to the Authority. The generation of TDR or in-situ FSI shall be equivalent to the quantum mentioned in the Regulation of TDR.

 

iv) (1) Proviso of Regulation No.3.5.1, shall be applicable to this regulation. 

 

5.1.9 Residential Zone with Payment of Premium

 

Wherever such a zone is proposed in a sanctioned Regional Plan, provisions related to such zone will continue to that extent.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 5 - 

 

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

 

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

 

Additional Regulations in Aurangabad in UDCPR 2020

 

know Your Land in Detail with a Feasibility Report

Have you ever taken any decision for development of land? 

How to do best development proposal on your land? 

Have you met with people who invest months in planning with architect, their dream plans are changed totally at time of approval. 

Or  

Have you seen any project went on hold for years due to some unexpected site condition ?

All these situations could be avoided by proper planning based on feasibility report by consultants.

Content table 

I. Introduction to the feasibility report   

II. Factors studied in feasibility report                     

III. Studies required for types of property development                                

IV. Feasibility study consultant   

V. Conclusion

1. Introduction to the feasibility report

Feasibility Study and Report determine the potential and possibility of a particular plot, construction or land. It is one of the primary steps that owners, developers or builders conduct. Every construction project should get feasibility report from experts like architect, construction companies, marketing agencies etc.

Feasibility report is a report from experts to determine project’s viability through various perspectives like development, Construction , cost, time duration, profit, etc….

If someone asks me, how to know my land details, I simply say, get feasibility report. It lets you to know your land in detail, in a perspective of future profit. This report can be done for vacant land & sometime for ongoing construction projects also.

2. Factors Studied in feasibility report

Feasibility study is done in various manners to find feasibility of any project. Here are common study factors for feasibility of a construction project.  

A. Property Development Feasibility Study

(Also called as Land feasibility study)

Land feasibility study is most important when you buy any land, sell your land or decide to lease or develop any land. It contains a study based on development rules & legal clearances, to give clarity on all necessary pre construction activities for any land development. It also gives idea whether owner can do commercial property development, residential development, Industrial permissions etc. Depend upon feasibility of land cost of land increase. 

Factor of Land feasibility study are as follows.

Land zone & development restrictions

Access road width & its type

Natural reservations like river, mountain, Nala.

Development restriction like airport restriction zone, garden reservation etc…

Land ownership & development rights (Clear title land)

Planning authority & building rules

Calculation of FSI & TDR (floor space Index)

Cost of TDR & development charges for various approvals

Other development requirement like Fire Noc, Aviation NOC, Environment NOC etc….

..

Contact us (form at bottom) to get free quotation for feasibility report.

B. Construction Project Feasibility Study

Speed of construction activity on any site varies due to various factors. Cost factor, quality of construction all these also varies due to these reasons. Construction cost, quality control & duration of construction is important factors for planning & scheduling the activities. These are the reasons why construction feasibility for following factors is important. This study is highly important in projects like commercial development, industrial development, institutional projects, hospitals, manufacturing plant etc. where time vs cost play important role in construction.

  1. Availability of Labour
  2. Availability of resources like water, electricity, drainage etc…
  3. Connectivity for material transportation
  4. Cost of materials
  5. Site & Soil condition for easement of working
  6. Space for storage & labour camps
  7. Climatic conditions & challenges
  8. Various Local issues etc…

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C. Marketing  & Sales Study

This study is not important when there is industrial development or. For other projects where sale is involved like residential development, commercial development projects, shopping mall, Hostels this study make huge difference. Marketing agencies do such research and make feasibility report.

  1. Sale rate in vicinity
  2. User’s requirement like amenities, room spaces, construction quality.
  3. Demand and supply of sizes of units (like 2BHK, 3BHK)
  4. Availability of residential needs like market, hotels, schools etc. . .
  5. Connectivity of job location, railway stations, airports, High ways, other cities…
  6. Competition in vicinity (profit margin)

..

Contact us (form at bottom) to get free quotation for feasibility report.

3. Studies required for types of property development

A property can be developed for various reasons like commercial development, residential development, industrial development etc. Not all studies are important for all type of development. Depend upon various factor directly involved in decision making we recommend type of study to type of building.

No.Construction TypeLand FeasibilityConstruction Feasibility Sales  & Marketing
1Bunglowshould beNot MustNot applicable
2Small Apartmentshould beNot Mustshould be
3Town Shop developmentshould beshould beshould be
4Commercial buildingsshould beshould beshould be
5Shopping Mall, Multiplexshould beshould beshould be
6Institutional buildingshould beshould beNot applicable
7Hospitalsshould beNot MustNot applicable
8Industrial buildingshould beshould beNot applicable

*Note – Needed =  It is always better to get this report to avoid further inconvenience

Not Must = Results are in control of owner. External factor do not affect much. Hence this type of study is not compulsory for certain type of constructions. Thumb rules from known experts will be enough .

Not applicable = Studies which are not applicable for this type of construction project.

4. Feasibility study consultant & Cost

While selecting feasibility report agency, it is important to understand that the team behind making of report must be experienced. The feasibility report must bring some insights to reader. A feasibility report with data analysis brings more value to decisions.

Charges for feasibility varies form 10000 Rs to few lakh rupees depend upon expertise & quantity of work.

Agencies who give feasibility report are can register with foot2feet.

(Consultants can register themselves here for free)  

Hence whenever any company is looking for feasibility report, they can give their quotation to meet client’s requirement. 

5. Conclusion

Following points must be considered for any kind of construction

  1. Due to zone & approval restrictions, Land feasibility is must in any kind of development.
  2. Feasibility  report saves considerable time & money in any construction project.
  3. Depend upon type of project feasibility should be done
  4. Cost involved in this report is much lesser that its output.
  5. Person making such report must be experienced and expert of his field.

Thank you

Team Foot2feet


 

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

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 7 is all about Higher FSI for Certain Uses 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.7.8 Regulations for Development of Information Technology Establishment/Data Centers 

 

7.8.1 For Municipal Corporations in Mumbai Metropolitan Region and Pune Metropolitan Region.

 

Development of Information Technology Establishments/Data Centers shall be regulated as per the Information Technology & Information Technology Enabled Services (IT / ITES) Policy - 2023 as declared by the Industries Department vide Government Resolution No.ITP-2021/CR-170/ IND-2, dated 27/06/2023 and amended from time to time which is mentioned below:-

 

i) a) The Authority may permit additional FSI as mentioned below over and above the basic permissible F.S.I. to all registered Public and Private IT / ITES Parks / AVGC Parks / IT SEZs or IT Parks in SEZs / Stand-alone IT / ITES units in public IT Park / Data Centers (including IT / ITES units / Data Centers located in Residential / Industrial or any other land use zone in which such users are permissible), which have been approved by the Directorate of Industries, proposed to be set up or already set up under present/previous IT / ITES policies, (hereinafter referred to as the "said unit") by charging a premium of 10% of the land rate for the said land OR if such land is included in Central Business District (CBD) by charging premium of 25% of the land rate for the said land, as prescribed in Annual Statement of Rates for the relevant year of granting such additional F.S.I., without applying guidelines.

 

 

Sr.NoMin. Road width (m)Max. Permissible FSI
112Up to 3
218Up to 3.5
327Up to 4

 

Maximum additional FSI permissible shall be as mentioned above or as per Regulation No.6.1 or 6.3, as the case may be, whichever is more.

 

b) The Authority may permit additional FSI up to 200% over and above the basic permissible F.S.I. to all registered Public and Private IT/ITES Parks/AVGC Parks/IT SEZs or IT Parks

in SEZs/Stand-alone IT/ITES units in public IT Park/Data Centers located in No Development/ Green/Agriculture zones in which such users are permissible, which have been approved by the Directorate of Industries, proposed to be set up or already set up under present/previous IT/ITES policies, (hereinafter referred to as the "said unit") by charging a premium of 10% of the land rate for the said land as prescribed in Annual Statement of Rates for the relevant year of granting such additional F.S.I., without applying guidelines.

Provided that additional FSI above 100% and up to 200% shall be permissible only on plots having an access road of a minimum of 18.0 m. width.

 

In the case of lessor authorities such as New Town Development Authorities as land owners, such Authorities may recover lease premium for additional F.S.I., if applicable, under their land disposal policy.

 

In addition to what is mentioned above, ancillary FSI as mentioned in Regulation No.6.1.1 shall be applicable.

 

The premium for additional FSI, ancillary FSI, Development Charges, and other charges as may be required to be recovered under this regulations shall be allowed to be paid to the Authority in installments with interest @ 8.5% p.a. as per options and conditions mentioned in Regulation No.2.2.14.

 

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 paid to the concerned Branch office of the Town Planning Department.

 

(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 F.S.I. by considering the ASR for the relevant year without applying the guidelines.)

 

ii) A maximum of 40% of the total proposed Built-up area (excluding parking area) inclusive of such additional F.S.I. may be permitted for allied services/support services including commercial and residential activities except polluting activities in IT Parks. The remaining built-up area shall be utilized for the IT / ITES data center.

 

Stand-alone buildings/Groups of buildings in IT Parks with a minimum built-up area of 20,000 sq. ft. will also be eligible for the above benefits.

 

iii) Such new unit shall allocate at least 2% of the total proposed built-up area for providing incubation facilities for new units. This area would be treated as a part of the Park to be used for IT activities and eligible for additional FSI benefits accordingly.

 

iv) Premium to be received by the Planning Authority against availing additional FSI for IT & ITES industries/Data Centers as per provisions in this regulation shall be deposited in a separate account held as provided by the State Government as a separate fund viz. "Critical Infrastructure Fund for IT/ITES Industries" and this fund shall be utilized only for the creation of Critical Infrastructure for IT/ITES Industries/Data Center. The matching contribution from the State Government/MIDC (as a special Planning Authority) will be deposited in the same infrastructure fund.

 

Provided that in the event, the developer comes forward to provide such off site infrastructure at his own cost, instead of paying the premium as prescribed above, then the Planning Authority may determine the estimated cost of the work by using rates prescribed in the District Schedule of Rates (DSR) of the relevant year, in which order for commencement of such work is issued. The Planning Authority shall also prescribe the standards for the work. After completion of the works, the Planning Authority shall verify and satisfy itself that the same is developed as per prescribed standards and thereafter, by deducting the cost of works, the balance amount of premium shall be recovered from such developer before issuing the Occupancy Certificate.

 

Provided that, in case the cost of work is more than the premium to be recovered, such additional cost is to be borne by such developer.

 

v) Permission for erecting towers and antennae up to the height permitted by the Civil Aviation Department shall be granted by the Authority as per the procedure followed for development permission or otherwise as may be decided by the Government.

 

vi) While developing a site for IT/ITES / Data Center with additional FSI, support services as defined in the IT Policy - 2023 or amended from time to time, shall be allowed.

vii) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Development Control Regulations of Planning Authorities, no amenity space is required to be left for the development of IT/ITES/Data Center buildings.

 

viii) The Directorate of Industries will develop a web portal on which the developer of every IT park/Data Center 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 IT Park for IT/ITES / Data Center and support services on a yearly basis.

 

If a private IT park / Data Center has availed additional FSI as per the provisions of IT/ITES policy and subsequently it is found that the built-up space in the park is being used for non-IT/ITES / Data Center/commercial activities/any other activity not permitted as per the IT / ITES policy under which the said park was approved, a penal action as below will be taken, the payment shall be shared between the concerned Planning Authority and the Government in the ratio of 3: 1.

 

a) The misuse shall be ascertained by physical site verification of the said private IT park /Data Center by a team of officers from the Directorate of Industries and the Planning Authority which has approved the building plans of the said private IT park.

 

b) A per day penalty equal to 0.3% of the prevailing ASR value of the built-up area that has been found to be used for non-IT/ITES activities/Data Centers.

 

c) The penalty will be recovered from the date of commencement of unauthorized use till the day non-IT use continues.

 

After payment of the penalty to the concerned Planning Authority which has sanctioned the building plans of the concerned private IT park, the said private IT Park will restore the use of premises to the original purpose for which LOI/Registration was granted. If the private IT Park/Data Center fails to pay the penalty and/or restore the use to its original intended use, the concerned Planning Authority will take suitable action under the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, against the erring private IT Park under intimation to the Directorate of Industries. This provision will also be applicable to existing IT Parks. 

 

7.8.2 For areas except areas mentioned in Regulation No.7.8.1 above and expect Regional Plan areas

 

The regulations mentioned in Regulation No.7.8.1 above shall be applicable to the areas except areas mentioned in Regulation No.7.8.1 above and expect Regional Plan areas with the following modifications. The Authority shall grant additional FSI accordingly.

 

i) Premium to be paid for additional FSI shall be 15% of the land rates for the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rates, without applying guidelines.

 

ii) Sharing of premium between the Planning Authority and the Government shall be 75: 25.

 

iii) A maximum of 50% of the total proposed Built-up area may be permitted for allied services/support services including commercial and residential activities except for polluting activities.

 

Stand-alone buildings/Groups of buildings in IT Parks with a minimum built-up area of 20,000 sq. ft. will also be eligible for the above benefits. 

 

7.8.3 For Regional Plan Area

 

The provisions mentioned in Regulation No.7.8.1 above shall be applicable to the Regional Plan area with the following modifications. The Authority shall grant additional FSI accordingly.

 

i) In the case of the Regional Plan area, the premium to be paid for additional FSI shall be 5% of the land rates for the said land as prescribed in the Annual Statement of Rates without applying guidelines and shall be paid to the Government through District office of the Town Planning and Valuation Department.

 

ii) A maximum of 50% of the total proposed Built-up area may be permitted for allied services/support services including commercial and residential activities except for polluting activities. (1)

 

 

Note:- 1) In the case of Regulation No.7.8.2 and 7.8.3, no premium shall be chargeable in areas of Planning Authorities, if they are covered under Vidarbha, Marathwada, Dhule, Nandurbar, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg Districts and no Industry Districts and Naxalism affected areas of the State (as defined in the "Package Scheme of Incentives-2013" of the Industries, Energy & Labour Department of the State.)

 

2) If additional development potential over and above the maximum permissible development potential mentioned in this provision is permissible under any other provisions of the prevailing Development Control and Promotion Regulations, such additional development potential shall be permissible as per the provisions of the relevant regulations of the prevailing Development Control and Promotion Regulations. 

 

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

 

Regulation for Development of Biotechnology Parks in UDCPR 2020

 

Incentive for Green Buildings in UDCPR 2020

 

Buildings of Smart Fin Tech Centre in UDCPR 2020

 

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

 

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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.

 

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