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How To Select a Good Builder For a Redevelopment Project

 

One of the prime factors for successful competition in a redevelopment project is the selection of a good builder/developer. Finding a good and reliable builder is one of the things that causes stress when any housing society starts a redevelopment process. Selecting a builder, Negotiating various terms, and dealing with them and their team is one of the most stressful things, like organizing a wedding.

 

Selecting an accountable and trustworthy builder can make it difficult to ensure successful redevelopment. A redevelopment project that goes wrong can have disastrous consequences for all residents.

 

In redevelopment, prevention is most definitely better than the cure. A failed redevelopment can be avoided by following a proper process while selecting a Builder to partner with. Once the Builder is finalized, it is important to incorporate all the legal terms in the development agreement through an expert who is well-versed in various laws of redevelopment that safeguard the corporate interest of the society and its members. This can significantly eliminate the possibility of discrepant situations at a later date.

When selecting a builder, financial and quality aspects must be considered. Most societies focus only on quantitative financial terms, including the carpet area offered to each member, the corpus amount offered, rent for alternative accommodation, and shifting charges and penalties. What is ignored here are the qualitative aspects of the

Builder which would include past experience and track record. Extensive research must be done on the builder’s construction, marketing and legal track record. Some of such alert areas need to be pondered.

 

  1. Does the builder have a strong brand?
  2. Is the habitable area of the redevelopment at par with the quality and brand of the builder’s salable area?
  3. Is the builder known for violating the acts and rules laid down by authorities?
  4. What are the builder's systems, structures, and strategies?
  5. Does he have a strong in-house team for construction?
  6. Does he have a record of cost and time overruns?
  7. What is his level of implementation expertise?
  8. How well is he connected with sanctioning authority?
  9. What is the builder’s ability to raise equity and debt funding?
  10. Does he use a transparent and consistent financial accounting policy?
  11. Is he easily available to society in case of emergency?
  12. Visit to Redevelopment project where builder completed construction delivered completion in time. Check quality also.
  13. Visit their website, check their references, and speak with their clients.
  14. Construction period—Depending upon the scale of the project, a redevelopment project may take a couple of years or a maximum of three years to complete after the commencement of work on site. The builder should ensure timely completion and physical possession as committed to society.
  15. Experience – Within the profession, a builder has a certain amount of experience in the same field.
  16. Knowledge—A professional must have enough knowledge of their field and be well-informed about the prevailing rules and regulations of the concerned authority. He must ensure the safety of society while he is providing services during construction.
  17. Quality of construction – the builder should ensure good quality materials, proper workmanship and specifications.
  18. Tender documents—The Tender documents should contain extensive and genuine details on the builder's financial, Technical, and general information.

 

Builder Role In Redevelopment Project

 

  1. Perform project design and development activities according to customer specifications.
  2. Work with the manager on developing a project plan, budget, and schedule.
  3. Coordinate with PMC to prepare project proposals and contractual documents.
  4. Track project progress regularly and develop status reports to PMC.
  5. Ensure that the project is completed within the allotted budget and timelines.
  6. Builders should ensure that there are clear title deeds for every project.
  7. Builder must first get all the legal, regulatory and statutory clearances.
  8. The builder should confirm if the land has any legal dues.
  9. Builders should secure the required finances from funding institutions. Developers should plan ahead to overcome the shortage of raw materials.
  10.  The builder should contact various municipal departments to establish whether any notices or requisitions relating to the property are outstanding.
  11. Builders should avoid or minimize delays in project completion.
  12. Builders should offer quality construction and services.
  13. Developers should sell properties free from encumbrances.

Various Regulations 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 the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Other Planning Authorities/Special Planning Authorities/ Development Authorities within the limits of the 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. 2.9 Completion Certificate

 

The owner through his Architect/licensed engineer/town planner/supervisor, as the case may be, who has supervised the construction, shall furnish a building completion certificate to the Authority in the form in Appendix - G. This certificate shall be accompanied by three sets of plans of the completed development, the certificate about the operation of the lift from consultant and certificate of structural stability, wherever necessary.

 

In case of special buildings, the Completion Certificate shall also be accompanied with the NOC from the Chief Fire Officer of the respective Authority or Director of Fire services, as the case may be.

 

Rule No. 2.10 Occupancy Certificate

 

The Authority after inspection of the work and after satisfying himself that there is no deviation from the sanctioned plans as mentioned in Regulation No.2.8.5, issues an occupancy certificate in the form in Appendix – H or refuses to sanction the occupancy certificate in Appendix - I within 21 days from the date of receipt of the said completion certificate, failing which the work shall be deemed to have been approved for occupation, provided the construction conforms to the sanctioned plans. One set of plans, certified by the Authority, shall be returned to the owner along with the occupancy certificate. Where the occupancy certificate is refused or rejected, the reasons for refusal or rejection shall be given in intimation of the rejection or the refusal The applicant may request for Deemed Occupancy Certificate, if eligible, as above. The Authority shall issue the Deemed Occupancy Certificate within 15 (fifteen) days of the application.

 

Rule No. 2.11 Part Occupancy Certificate

 

When requested by the holder of the development permission, the Authority may issue a part occupancy certificate for a building, or part thereof, before completion of the entire work as per development permission, provided sufficient precautionary measures are taken by the holder of the development permission to ensure public safety and health of the occupants and users of the said portion of the building. The part occupancy certificate shall be subject to the owners indemnifying the Authority in the form in Appendix 'J'.

 

Rule No. 2.12 Inspection

 

The Authority shall have the power to carry out inspection of the work under the provisions of the Act, at various stages to ascertain whether the work is proceeding as per the provisions of regulations and sanctioned plan.

 

Rule No. 2.13 Unsafe Buildings

 

All unsafe buildings shall be considered to constitute a danger to public safety and hygiene and sanitation and shall be restored by repairs or demolished or dealt with as otherwise directed by the Authority. The relevant provisions of the regulations/Act shall apply for the procedure of actions to be taken by the Authority for unsafe buildings.

 

Rule No. 2.14 Offences and Penalties

 

i)  Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of these regulations, any requirements

or obligations imposed on him by virtue of the Act or these regulations, shall :-

 

(a) Be guilty of an offence and upon conviction, shall be punished as stipulated in Section 52 of the Act.

 

(b) Be subject to further suitable actions including demolition of unauthorized works, as stipulated under Sections 53 and 54 of the Act.

 

(c) Where such person is a Licensed Engineer/Structural Engineer/Town Planner/Supervisor, be subject to suitable action against him which may include cancellation of license and debarring him from further practice/business for a period as may be decided by the Authority. Thereupon such Licensed Engineer/Structural Engineer/Town Planner/Supervisor shall be considered debarred for the respective district.

 

(d) Where such person is a registered Architect, be subject to action of the Council of Architecture as per the provisions of the Architects Act, 1972 based on the report of the Authority and debarring him from further practice/ business for a period as may be decided by the Authority.

 

ii) Any person who neglects any requirements or obligations imposed on him including the maintenance of fire protection services, appliances and lifts in working order or who interferes with or obstructs any person in the discharge of his duties shall be guilty of an offence as specified in Section 36 of the Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act, 2006 and, upon conviction, shall be subject to penalties and other consequences spelt out in said Act.

 

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

 

Grant or Refusal of Permission 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, Commencement Certificate in UDCPR 2020

 

Permission from the Planning Authority is Mandatory in UDCPR 2020

 

Discretionary Powers Interpretation 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. 2.3 Discretionary Powers - Interpretation 

 

In conformity with the intent and spirit of these Regulations, the Authority may by order in writing -

 

i) Decide on matters where it is observed that there is an error in any order, requirement decision, and determination of interpretation made by him or by an Officer authorized by him in the application of these Regulations.

 

ii) Decide the extent of the proposal of Development Plan/Regional plan with respect to S.No./Gut No./CTS No./Block No./Barrack No./Unit No., where boundaries shown on Development Plan / Regional plan varies with the boundaries as per revenue record/measurement plan / City Survey sheets etc.

 

iii) Determine and establish the location of zonal boundaries in cases of doubt or controversy.

 

iv) Decide the alignment of the Development Plan road/Regional plan road where the street layout actually on the ground varies from the street layout as shown on the Development Plan/Regional plan.

 

v) Correct the alignment of Blue and Red flood lines on the Development Plan/Regional plan where it varies with the said lines given by the Irrigation Department or any other Govt. institutions dealing with the subject, from time to time.

 

vi) Modify the limit of a zone where the boundary line of the zone divides a plot. In such cases, the zone covering an area of more than 50% shall be considered.

 

vii) Authorize the erection of a building or use of premises for a public service undertaking for public utility propose only, where he finds such an authorization to be reasonably necessary for the public convenience and welfare even if it is not permitted in any Land Use Classification.

 

viii) Interpret the provisions of these Regulations where there are clerical, or grammatical mistakes, if any.

 

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

 

Grant or Refusal of Permission in UDCPR 2020

 

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

 

Permission from the Planning Authority is Mandatory in UDCPR 2020

 

Habitable Rooms as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

Before constructing a building several requirements need to be considered, for any rooms, garages, or basements of a building. These requirements can be as the plinth of the building, size, and height of the rooms, doorways, stairways, etc.

 

UDCPR Chapter 9 is all about the requirements of part of the building. 

 

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. 9.0 Standard Requirements of Various Parts of Buildings

 

This part sets out the standard space requirements of various parts of the building, light and ventilation, the building services, fire safety, etc. The following parts of a building, wherever present, shall conform to the requirements given herein:

 

Rule No. 9.1 Plinth

 

i) The plinth of the building shall be so located with respect to the surrounding ground level that adequate drainage of the site is assured. The height of the plinth shall not be less than 30 cm. above the surrounding ground level. In areas subjected to flooding, the height of the plinth shall be at least 45 cm. above the high flood level.

 

ii) Covered parking spaces and garages shall be raised at least 15 cm. above the surrounding ground level and shall be satisfactorily drained.

 

Rule No. 9.2 Habitable Rooms

 

9.2.1 Size and Dimension of Habitable Rooms

 

Size and dimension of habitable rooms, shall be as per requirement and convenience of the owner.

 

9.2.2  Height of Habitable Rooms

 

The minimum and maximum height of a habitable room shall be given in Table No.9-A here under :

 

Table No.9-A

Sr. NoOccupancyMinimum Height (m.)Maximum Height (m.)
(1)(2)(3)(4)
1Flat Roof - 
 
a) Any habitable room2.754.5
a 1) Habitable room in EWS / LIG Housing.2.754.2
b) Air-conditioned habitable room2.44.5
c) Assembly Halls, Residential Hotels of 3-star category and above, Institutional, Educational, Industrial, Hazardous or storage occupancies, Departmental Stores, Malls, IT Buildings, Office Buildings, Exhibition Centre, Convention Halls, Theatre, Film Studio, Entrance Halls and Lobbies to these buildings.

3.0
(2.40 m. in case

of Air conditioned room)

6.00 or higher according to the requirement of occupancy.
d) Shops3.004.5
2Pitched roof-  
 a) Any habitable room2.75 (average with 2.0 m. at the lowest point)

4.5 (average with

3.2 m. at the lowest point)

 b) Habitable room in EWS / LIG Housing.2.6 (average with 2.0 m. at the lowest point)

4.2 (average with

3.2 m. at the lowest point)

 

Provided that the minimum headway under any beam shall be 2.4 m.

Provided further that height more than that specified above, if required for a particular occupancy, shall not be counted towards the calculation of FSI.

 

Rule No. 9.3 Kitchen

 

9.3.1 Size of Kitchen

 

The size of the kitchen or a cooking alcove serving as cooking space shall be as per the requirement and convenience of the owner.

 

9.3.2  Height of Kitchen

 

The height of a kitchen measured from the surface of the floor, to the lowest point in the ceiling (bottom of slab) shall not be less than 2.75 m except for the portion to accommodate the floor trap of the upper floor.

 

Rule No. 9.4 Bath Rooms, Water Closets, Combined Bath Room and Water Closet

 

9.4.1 Size of bathroom and water closet

 

The minimum size shall be as follows -

 

i)  Independent Bathroom 1.00 m. x 1.20 m.

 

ii)  Independent Water closet 0.9 m. x 0.9 m.

 

iii)  Combined bathroom and water closet 1.50 sq.m. with a minimum width of 1.00 m.

 

9.4.2 Height of bathroom and water closet

 

The height of a bathroom or water closet measured from the surface of the floor to the lowest point in the ceiling (bottom of slab) shall be not less than 2.1 m.

 

9.4.3 Other requirements of bathroom and water closet

 

Every bathroom or water closet shall –

 

i)  be so situated that it derives ventilation from a ventilation shaft or external air;

 

ii)  have a window or ventilator, opening to a shaft or open space, of an area not less than 0.3 sq.m. with the side not less than 0.3 m.;

 

iii)  all the sewerage outlets shall be connected to the sewerage system. Where no such systems exist, a septic tank shall be provided within the plot conforming to the requirements of Regulation No.9.25.

 

Rule No. 9.5 Ledge or Tand/Loft

 

9.5.1 Location and Extent

 

Ledge or Tand may be provided at suitable places as per requirement. Lofts may be provided over kitchens, habitable rooms, bathrooms, water closets, and corridors within a tenement in residential buildings, over shops, and in an industrial building, as mentioned in below Table No.9-B subject to the following restrictions –

 

i)  The clear headroom under the Loft shall not be less than 2.1 m.

 

ii)  Loft in commercial areas and industrial buildings shall be located 2.0 m, away from the entrance.

 

iii)  Loft shall not interfere with the ventilation of the room under any circumstances.

 

iv)  The maximum height of the loft shall be 1.5m.

 

Table No.9-B - Provision of Loft

Sr. No.Rooms over which PermittedMaximum Coverage (Percentage to area or room below)
(1)(2)(3)
1Kitchen/Habitable Room25
2Bathroom, Water Closet, Corridor100
3Shops with widths up to 3.0 m.33
4Shops with a width exceeding 3.0 m.50
5Industrial33

 

9.5.2 Location and extent of Ledge for Air Conditioning unit

 

Ledge for the Air Conditioning unit may be provided on the exterior of the wall of the rooms of size not exceeding 0.5 m. x 1.0 m. at the suitable location.

 

Rule No. 9.6 Cupboard

 

9.6.1  

 

In residential buildings, cantilever projections of cupboards, floor to floor level, may be permitted except on the ground floor. Such projections excluding window area, may project up to 0.60 m. in the setbacks for buildings. However, the window frame shall be placed on the inner side of the wall and such cupboard shall be allowed only on one wall of each room. Moreover, such projection shall be at least 6.0 m. from the plot boundary in case of special buildings.

 

9.6.2  

 

For heights, 24.0 m. and more no cupboard shall reduce the marginal open space to less than 6.0 m. on the first floor and 4.5 m. on the upper floor. In congested areas, cupboards may be permitted on upper floors projecting in front setbacks except over lanes having a width of 4.50 m. or less and in marginal distances subject to 1.0

 

Rule No. 9.7 Mezzanine Floor

 

9.7.1  Size of Mezzanine Floor

 

The minimum size of the mezzanine floor shall be as per the requirement and convenience of the owner. The aggregate area of such mezzanine floor shall in no case exceed 50% of the carpet area of that room, shops, etc. Where a loft is provided in the room, the mezzanine floor shall not be allowed.

 

Note - Mezzanine floor area shall be counted towards FSI.

 

9.7.2  Height of Mezzanine Floor

 

The headroom under the mezzanine floor shall not be less than 2.1 m.

 

9.7.3 Other requirements of mezzanine floor

 

A mezzanine floor may be permitted in a room or within a space, provided -

 

i) it conforms to the standards of living rooms as regards lighting and ventilation in case the mezzanine floor is used as a habitable room.

 

ii)  it is so constructed as not to interfere, under any circumstances, with the ventilation of the space over & under it.

 

iii)  such mezzanine floor or any part thereof will not be used as a kitchen.

 

iv)  it is at least 1.8 m, away from the front wall of such rooms.

 

v)  access to the mezzanine floor is from within the respective room only.

 

vi)  in no case shall a mezzanine floor be closed to make it liable to be converted into unventilated compartments.

 

Rule No. 9.8 Store Room

 

9.8.1 Size of Store Room

 

The area of a store room/room, if provided in a residential building, where light, ventilation, and height are provided at standards lower than as required for the living room, shall be as per requirements and convenience of the owner.

 

Rule No. 9.9 Garage 

 

9.9.1 Size of Private Garage

 

The size of a garage in individual residential buildings shall not be less than 2.5 m. x 5.0 m. and not more than 3.0 m. x 6.0 m. The garage, if located in the side open space, shall not be constructed within 3.0 m. from the main building, but at least 7.5 m, away from the any access road. The area of the garage shall be included in FSI.

 

9.9.2 Height of private Garage

 

The minimum and maximum height of the garage shall be 2.4 m. and 2.75 m. respectively.

 

9.9.3 Plinth of private Garage

 

The plinth of a garage located at ground level shall not be less than 15 cm. above the surrounding ground level.

 

9.9.4 Set Back of Private Garage

 

The garage shall be set back behind the building line for a street or road on which the plot abuts and shall not be located affecting the access ways to the building.

 

When the site fronts on two streets, the location of a garage (in a corner plot) (if provided within the marginal distances) shall be on diagonally opposite the point of intersections.

 

Rule No. 9.10 Roofs

 

9.10.1 

 

The roof of a building shall be so constructed or framed as to permit effectual drainage of the rainwater therefrom by means of sufficient rainwater pipes of adequate size, wherever required, so arranged, jointed, and fixed as to ensure that the rainwater is carried away from the building without causing dampness in any part of the walls or foundations of the building or those of an adjacent building.

 

9.10.2

 

The Top Terrace of a building shall not be subdivided and it shall have only common access. However, intermediate terraces may be allowed to be attached to flats and shall not be counted in the balcony area.

 

9.10.3

 

The Authority may require rainwater pipes to be connected to a drain or sewer through a covered channel formed beneath the public footpath to connect the rainwater pipe to the road gutter or in any other approved manner, if not used for rainwater harvesting.

 

Rainwater pipes shall be affixed to the outside of the walls of the buildings or in recesses or chases cut or formed in such walls or in such other manner as may be necessary.

 

Rule No. 9.15 Supported Double Height Terraces

 

Supported double-height terraces shall be permitted (open terraces with railing and minimum height equal to two floors) within the building line.

 

Rule No. 9.31 Additional Requirements In Case of Housing Schemes

 

The following amenities shall be provided in any housing scheme and shall be counted in FSI.

 

i)  Fitness Centre, Crèche, society office cum letter box room, admeasuring area of about 20 sq.m. in scheme having minimum 100 flats and thereafter additional 20 sq.m. area for every 300 flats.

 

ii)  Sanitary block for servants having a maximum area of 3.0 sq.m. in schemes having minimum100 flats and thereafter additional 3.0 sq.m. area for every 200 flats.

 

iii)  Drivers room of size 12.0 sq.m. with attached toilet in schemes having minimum 100 flats and thereafter additional 10.0 sq.m. area for every 300 flats.

 

In case of a scheme having more than 1000 flats, the above amenities shall be reasonably provided keeping in view the above requirements.

 

iv) Every Residential building having more than 6 flats/tenements shall have an entrance lobby of a minimum of 9.0 sq.m. on the ground floor. The minimum dimension of such a lobby shall not be less than 2.50 m.

 

v) The requirements at (i) to (iii) above shall firstly be provided for the building having 30 (1) to 100 tenements and thereafter the quantum mentioned in the said provisions shall be provided.

 

Rule No. 9.32 Fire Protection Requirement

 

All special buildings shall be planned, designed, and constructed to ensure fire safety and this shall be done in accordance with the regulations of Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act, 2006. For the provisions not included in these regulations and the said Act, provisions mentioned in Part IV of Fire Protection of National Building Code India, amended from time to time shall be referred to and prevail.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 9

 

Basements as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Ramp as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Balcony as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Provision of Lift as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Lighting and Ventilation of Room as Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Compound Wall and Other Requirements of Part of Building in UDCPR 2020

 

Minimum Plot Area for Various Uses in UDCPR 2020

There are general regulations about any construction permissible on land and no piece of land shall be used as a site for the construction of a building if the site is not eligible for it.

 

If the Authority considers that the site is insanitary, incapable of being well-drained, or is dangerous to construct a building on it, then it is not permissible to use this land as a site for construction.


For Example, if the site is in Defense land, Railway region Hilly region, or not drained properly, in this case there, one cannot construct anything on the land without considering the regulations. This information about reservations and their use is very important when someone starts actual planning, whether they are land owners, builders, or construction owners. It is a must-know information before purchasing land or starting construction on the land.

 

This information about reservations and their use is very important when someone starts actual planning, whether they are land owners, builders, or construction owners. It is a must-know information before purchasing land or starting construction on the land.

 

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 3 is all about General Land Development Requirements.

 

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. 3.7 Minimum Plot Area for Various Uses in UDCPR 2020

 

The minimum plot area for various uses shall be as given in Table No.3D below:-

 

Table No.3D

Sr. NoUsesMin. Plot area (in Sq.m.)Min. Plot Width (in m.)Type of Development
1Residential and CommercialMin 30As per Table No. 6 D

Row / Semi-detached / detached development as specified / anticipated in earlier approved layout or layout to be approved in future.

In other cases, as per permissibility of the construction area taking into consideration the marginal distances.

2Plots in EWS Housing/High-Density Housing/Sites and Services/Slum Upgradation/Reconstruction Scheme by Public Authority. Row / Semi-detached / detached.
3Vehicle fuel Filling stations including LPG / CNG / Ethanol / Public Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles -
(a) Without service bayAs required by the concerned authority.As required by the concerned authority.Detached.
(b) With service bay--do ----do --Detached.
4Industrial (other than service industries)30010 m.Detached.
5Other uses (other than 1 to 4 above)Required plot size and development shall be governed by the permissibility of construction under these regulations.

 

Related Regulations to Rule No. 3 - 

 

You can visit our other blogs related to Regulations 3 through the below-mentioned links:

 

Recreational Open Spaces in UDCPR 2020

 

Provision for Amenity Space in UDCPR 2020

 

Relocation of D.P Reservations (Except Road) UDCPR 2020

 

Provision for Inclusive Housing in UDCPR 2020

 

Rules for Railway Line, River, Electric Line, Airport, Nallah in UDCPR 2020

 

Plotting, Land Subdivisions, and Access Road Rules in UDCPR 2020

 

Building Services in UDCPR 2020

UDCPR 2020 Chapter 12 is all about the Structural Safety, Water supply, Drainage, and Sanitary Requirements, Outdoor Display, And Other Services in Development 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. 12.4 Building Services

 

1) The planning, design, and installation of electrical installations, air-conditioning, and heating work shall be carried out in accordance with Part-8 - Building Services, Section-2 - Electrical and allied Installations, Section-3 - Air Conditioning, heating and mechanical ventilation of National Building Code of India, amended from time to time.

 

2) The planning design including the number of lifts, type of lifts, capacity of lifts depending on the occupancy of the building; population on each floor based on occupant load, and height of the building shall be in accordance with Section-5 - installation of Lifts and Escalators of National Building Code of India, amended from time to time. In existing buildings, in case of a proposal for one additional floor, the existing lift may not be raised to the additional floor.

 

3)  The lifts shall be maintained in working order properly.

 

Related Regulations

 

You can visit our other blogs related to Regulations 12 through the below-mentioned links

 

Drainage and Sanitation Requirements in UDCPR 2020

 

Water Supply, Drainage, and Sanitary Requirements in UDCPR 2020

 

Alternatives Materials, Methods of Design & Construction, and Tests in UDCPR 2020

 

Signs and Outdoor Display Structures in UDCPR 2020

 

Quality of Materials and Workmanship in UDCPR 2020

 

Structural Safety, Water Supply, Drainage and Sanitary Requirements, Outdoor Display, and Other Services in UDCPR 2020