APPENDIX



Appendix -A

 (Bye laws 2.9.1

  (To be submitted in duplicate)   

Form for Application to Erect, Re-Erect or to make Material Alteration  in any Place in a Building  

To  

Commissioner/Vice Chairman/Secretary 

Development Authority   

Sir,  

I hereby give notice on behalf of  Shri………………………. (owner) that the owner  intends to erect/demolish or make alteration in the  building number or to on/in Plot No  ……………………….Block No……………….. House No  …………………..situated at  ………………………………………..Scheme  …………………………...and in accordance with the building Bye-law No……………………………and I  forward herewith, the following plans and 
specification duly signed by me and by the owner.  

1.  Site plan  

2.  Building Plan  

3. Service Plan  

4.  Parking and circulation plan.  

5.  Landscape Plan  

6.  General Specifications (in attached form)  

7.  Ownership Title (Lease/Conveyance/Sale Deed, etc)  

8.  Other document, as required  

ii) The building plan has been prepared strictly as per the approved  building Byelaws. The construction shall be carried out in accordance  with the building plan and I shall be completely accountable for any  lapse on my part up to within 6 months after obtaining completion  certificate of the building. 

iii) The Building permit fee as required under bye-laws 2.13 has been  deposited vide receipt No ………………dated. …………………  (Photocopy enclosed).  

iv) I am aware that in the event of building being constructed in violation  of the sanctioned building plan approval, the Authority shall have the  right to take fiction against me as it may deem fit including referring  the matter to Council of Architecture for taking disciplinary action  against me.   
………………………..                                               …………………………. 
Signature of the Owners                                           (Signature of Registered 
                                                                                   Architect/Engineer/Supervisor) 
Name of owner(s)………………………..                    Registration No. of the  

Address of the owner(s)……………………                Architect/Engineer/Supervisor  
                                                                                   Address of the Architect/Engineer/ 
                                                                                   Supervisor 
Encl: As stated above                                                Dated: ……………………….. 

Appendix A-1 

(Bye laws 2.9.1) 

Statement of the Proposal and Certificate 

By the Owner and Registered Architect  

Classification of the Proposal………………………………………………….. 

(To erect/re-erect/demolition)  

Scheme /Colony ……………..………….                           Plot No. ………………….………... 

Plot Area …………………………….                                 sq.mt. Size (in meter)  

Area Statement 

Max. Ground coverage 

Basement 

Ground Floor 

First Floor 

Second Floor 

Third Floor 

Total Floor area 

Floor Area Ratio 

No. of Dwelling Units  

Maximum height (in meters) 

Setbacks                      As per approved    Proposed 
                                   Layout plan (mt.)        (mt.) 
Front 

Rear 

Left 

Right 

Parking (for above 250 sq.mt)
Equivalent Car                     Open Parking                     Ground Floor                         Basement Total
space @ 1.33 ECS                                                         covered parking                     parking (sq.mt)
per 100 sq.mt of
permissible built
floor area

Area in
sq.mt
Area in
sq.mt@ 23
sq.mt per
ECS
Area in sq.mt
@ 28 sq.mt.
per ECS
Area in sq.mt
@ 32 sq.mt.
per ECS
Total (sq.mt
1 2 3 4 5
         

ii) Fee & Charges

a) Building permit fee                                           Rs………………

b) Use of City Infrastructure Charges                  Rs………………

c) Additional floor space charges (provisional)   Rs………………

d) Peripheral charges (Provisional) only for
Group IV CHBS                                                  Rs………………

e) Any other charges (please specify)               Rs……………….

Total amount (as per the details above)             Rs………………

Receipt No……………………..                    Dated…………………………..

We hereby certify that

1. The plot in question forms part of the approved layout plan and its location size and area conform to the approved layout plan and lease/sale deed/NOC of the lease Administration Branch of concerned Development Authority.

2. Plot is lying vacant and no construction shall be started before sanction.

3. The plot is free from all encumbrances (owner responsibility).

4. The period of construction valid up to ……………………. As per the lease condition / further extension of time for construction granted by the lessor is valid up to …………………… Time construction obtained from the lease

Administration Branch, Concerned Development Authority.

5. Size of each dwelling unit is not more than 300 sq.mt. Signature of Owner(s) Signature of Registered Architect

Name……………………………..            Name……………………………

(in block letters)                                     (in block letters)

……………………………………..           Registration No…………………

Address…………………………….         Address………………………….

…………………………………….             …………………………

Dated: …………………..                      Dated: ……………………..

Authority Letter

I hereby authorize Mr./Mrs.………………………………………. to collect the sanction whose signature is verified below. Specimen signature of signature of the owner(s)/Registered architect Mr./Mrs………………………….. Dated received……………………… Date …………………………

(Signature of authorized person / owner / Registered Architect)

Dated:…………………………..                        Remark, if any…………………

Appendix A-2

(Bye laws: 2.10.7)

Form for Specifications of Proposed Building

The purpose (Residence, Office, Restaurant, Hotel, Dharmshala, School, Hostel Cinema, Shop, Factory Others) for which it is intended to be used ………………………

Details of coverage on respective floor are given below:

1. Basement Floor………
2. Ground Floor…………
2. Mezzanine Floor………
3. First Floor…………….
4. Second Floor…………
5. Third floor……………
6. ……………………….
7. ……………………….
8. ……………………….
9. ………………………

Existing (sq.mt) Proposed (sq.mt) Total (sq.mt)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

a) Approximate number of inhabitants proposed to be accommodated…………………………………………………

b) The number of latrines, Urinals, Kitchens, Baths to be provided…………………………………………………………

c) The source of water to be used in the construction………………………………………..……………

d) Distance from public sewer………………………….…………

e) The materials to be used in construction Walls/Columns/Foundations/Roof/Floors………………………

Signature of Registered

Architect/Engineer/Supervisor

Name………….……………………….

Registration No…………………………

Address………………………..……….
……………………………….………..

Appendix – A-3

(Bye laws:2.10.8)

Form for Supervision

To

The Commissioner/Vice-Chairman/Secretary

Development Authority

Sir, I hereby certify that erection/re-erection demolition or material alteration in / of Building No………………………………….on / in ………………….Plot No………………….in Block No……………………… situated at………………………….. scheme………...… shall be carried out under my supervision and I certify that all the materials (type & Grade) and workmanship of the work shall be generally in accordance with the general specification submitted along with and the work shall be carried out according to the sanctioned plans which also included the services like drainage, sanitary, water supply, and electrical.

Signature of Registered Architect

Engineer/Supervisor

………………………………………………………..

Name of Registered Architect/Engineer/Supervisor

(In block letters)………………………………..….

Registration No. of Architect/Engineer/Supervisor.

…………………………………………..

Address of Registered

Architect/Engineer/Supervisor
………………………………………………………..

Dated: …………………………

Appendix – A-4

(Bye laws: 2.13)

Undertaking for Payment of Other and Peripheral
Charge
s

Note: It should be on non-judicial stamp paper of specified amount attested by
Notary Public / First class Magistrate.

Undertaking

I ………………………………. Son of Shri ……………………aged………... Years residents of ………………… Owner of Plot No………………………. in …………………….. Co-operative Housing Building Society Ltd………………….. hereby undertake to pay the balance of peripheral and other charges as and when required by the concerned Authority and in this regard Authority’s decision will be finally binding on me.\

Executed by me as…………….. on day of……………………….... ……………………………….
                                                                                                          Executant
Witness:

1……………………………
2……………………………

Appendix – A-5

(Bye laws No.2.9.4 J)

Affidavit-cum-Undertaking
(Affidavit of Architect on Rs. 2/- Non-Judicial Stamp paper of specified amount
to be Attested by Notary Public/Metropolitan Magistrate)

I ………………………………. son of ………………………………Architect by profession having office at……………………………. Do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as under:

1. That I am a Licensed Architect/Engineer/Supervisor/Plumber duly registered with the Authority vide registration No. ……………… or That I am an Architect by profession and duly registered with the Council of Architecture vide Registration No……………………..

2. That I have been engaged as an Architect for preparing the building plans and to supervise construction in respect of Plot No……… Block No…………………….situated at…………………………...

3. That I have prepared the building plans in respect of the aforesaid plot.

4. That I have studied the layout plan of the colony and gone through the instructions, policy decisions and other relevant documents in respect of the plot and colony.

5. That I have personally inspected the site. The plot under proposal forms part of the approved layout plan with respect to its location, size shape and area of the plot and proposed land use is also in conformity with the approved layout plan. The plot has been demarcated at site and the size, shape and area of plot available at site tallies with the approved layout plan.

6. That the ownership documents are in the shape of registered sale-deed/lease-deed in favour of the applicants and have been thoroughly examined and the ownership in favour of the applicant is in order.

7. That there is no construction in existence at the plot and no construction shall be started before sanction of the building plans.

8. That there is no encroachment on the Municipal land/road/other property and road widths as shown in the layout plan are available at site.

9. That the proposal are in conformity with the terms and condition of lease deed which is still valid and period of construction as per lease-deed and the extension granted by the lessor is valid up to……………………….

10. That the proposal have been prepared strictly in accordance with the Building Bye-laws rules regulation and practice of the department and no misinterpretation on inference of provision of Building Bye-Law has been done while preparing the plans. The construction shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the sanctioned building plans and in case any deviation is carried out, I shall inform the concerned Authority within 48 hours.

11. That in case the owner dispenses with my services at any stage whatsoever, I shall inform the concerned Authority within 48 hours.

12. That the size of each dwelling unit is not more than 300 sq. mt.

13. That mandatory setbacks have been proposed and shall be maintained in accordance with the setbacks marked in the layout plan/Master Plan.

14. That before submission of the proposal, necessary information/clarification have been obtained from the concerned department of the concerned Authority. The plot is safe and is not affected in any scheme or the road widening. Building activities for residential use are allowed with number of storeys as per approved layout plan.

15. That no development/additional development/deficiency charges are payable, against this plot (in case development/additional development/deficiency charges are payable then its details be given in the separate para)

16. That no non-compoundable deviations shall be carried out during the course of construction.

17. That nothing has been concealed and no misrepresentation has been made while preparing and submitting the building plans.

18. That in case anything contrary to the above is found or established at any stage, the concerned Authority shall be at liberty to take any action as it may deem fit including revocation of sanction of building plans and debarring me for submission of building plans with the Authority under the scheme and also lodge a complaint with the Council of Architecture for appropriate action.
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Verification:
I the above named deponent do hereby verify at ………………………on this……………. of ………….. 20……… that contents of the above affidavit are true and correct to my knowledge. No part of it is false and nothing has been concealed there from.
                                                                                                                                                                          Deponent

Appendix : A-6

(Bye laws: 2.14.2(i))

1.1.1.6.1.1.2.1.1 Building Permit

File No………………                                                                                                                 Dated……………………..

To,

Subject: Sanction u/s………………………………

Dear Sir or Madam,

With reference to your application dated……………….. for the grant of sanction to erect/re-erect/add to/alteration in the building to carry out the development specified in the said application relating to Plot No…………… Block

No…….. situated in/at…………………………… I have to state that the Authority subject to the following conditions and corrections done in the plans has sanctioned the same on………………………..

1. The plans are valid up to ………………… day……………… Months…….. year ………………….

2. The construction will be undertaken as per sanctioned plan only and no deviation from the bye-laws will be permitted without prior sanction. Any deviation done against the bye-laws is liable to be demolished and the supervising Architect engaged on the job will run the risk of being black listed.

3. Violation of building bye-laws will not be compounded.

4. It will be the duty of the owner of the plot and the Architect preparing the plans to ensure that the sanctioned plans are as per prevalent Master Plan/Zonal Plan/Building Bye-laws. If any infringement of bye-laws remain unnoticed, the concerned Authority reserves the right to amend the plans as and when infringement come to the notice and concerned Authority will stand indemnified against any claim on this account.

5. A notice in writing shall be sent to Authority before commencement of the constructions of the building as per byelaws. Similar notice will be sent to Authority when the building has reached up to plinth level.

6. The owner shall not occupy or permit to occupy the building or use or permit to use the building or any part thereof affected by any such work until occupancy certificate is issued by the concerned Authority.

7. Concerned Authority will stand indemnified and kept harmless from all proceedings in court and before other authorities of all expenses /claims which the concerned Authority may incur or become liable to pay as a result or in consequences of the sanction accorded by it to these building plans.

8. The doors and window leaves shall be fixed in such a way that they shall not, when open project on any street.

9. The owner will not convert the house into more dwelling units on each floor then the sanctioned.

10. The building shall not be constructed within minimum distance as specified in Indian Electricity Rules from voltage lines
running on side of the site.

11. The land left open as a consequence of the enforcement of the setback rule shall form part of the public street.

12. The sanction will be void if auxiliary conditions mentioned above and other conditions whatsoever imposed are not complied.

13. The owner will use the premises for the use, which has been sanctioned.

14. The owner will not proceed with the construction without having the supervision of an Architect/Engineer as the case may be. If he\she changes his Architect\Engineer, he\she shall
inform the Authority about the appointment of new Architect\Engineer within 48 hours, with a proper certificate from him.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Yours Faithfully

Appendix: A-7

(Bye laws: 2.14.2(i))

Form for Refusal of Building Permi

To

File No……………………………. Dated ………………………….

Sir.

With reference to your application No………………………. dated……………….. for the grant of sanction for the erection of building/execution of work in House No……………Plot No…………………..Block No………………… Scheme……………… Situated at ………………………… I have you inform you that building permit under relevant provisions of the Act of………………………….. has been refused on………………………… on the following grounds.
1
2
3
4
5

Yours faithfully

For………………………
..

Authority.

Appendix A- 8

(Bye laws: 2.14.3)

Form of Revalidation

File No……………………….                   Dated…………….

Shri /Madam ………………………………… ………………………………………………. ……………………………………………….

Subject: Revalidation of Building Plans relating to plot No………………

Block No…………………              .Scheme………………

Dear Sir / Madam,

Block No.

1. With reference to your application dated…………….. on the subject cited above, I am directed to inform you that your building plan which were sanctioned on………. vide file No……………….. have been revalidated up to ……………………………..

2. Original sanctioned plan submitted by you is also returned herewith.

3 Please acknowledge receipt.

Yours Faithfully,

For…………………………

Authority

Encl: As above.

Appendix: A-9

(Bye laws: 2.15.1(2))

Form for Notice for Commencement of Work
To,

The …………………………………. ……………………………Authority,

Dear Sir,

I hereby certify that the erection/re-erection/demolition of material alteration in/ of building No…………………….. on/in Plot No……………… Block No……………... situated at scheme …………………., will commence on…………………. as per your permission vide office communication No………………….. dated……………. under the supervision of …………………….. Architect/Engineer/Supervisor/Group, License No……………………… and in accordance with the plans sanctioned.

Signature of owner……………

Name of Owner…………

Address of Owner……

Dated………………………..

Appendix: A-10

(Bye laws: 2.15.3)

Information for Intimation of Completion of Work up to Plinth Level

To

The ………………………………
…………………………Authority,

Sir,

The construction up to plinth/column up to plinth level has been completed in Building No………………………… on/in Plot No……………… Scheme No………………………………………………….. Road/Street……………………Ward………………………. in accordance with your permission No…………………..dated………………..under my supervision and in accordance with the sanctioned plan.

Yours faithfully,

Signature of Licensed Architect/Engineer/Supervisor

Name……………

(In Block letters)

Address:……………

Date:………

Appendix: A -11

(Bye laws: 2.15.3)

Inspection Report

I……………………………..working as a …………………………..with……………… have carried out the inspectionof Building No………………..on/in Plot No…………….. Scheme No.……………….Road/Street ………………ward…………….. in accordance with permission No……………….. dated……………… The following deviation from the sanctioned plans have been noticed which are against the provision of Master Plan / Bye-laws are of non-compoundable nature.

Description of deviations noticed: …………………………………………… ………………………………………………… ………………………………………………… …………………………………………………\

You may not proceed with further work till such time the deviations made are rectified and construction brought in conformity to sanction plans.

Yours Faithfully

For………

Competent Authority

Office No……………………………..

Office Stamp…………………………..

Date……………………………….

Appendix:A-12

1.1.1.7 Form of Notice of Completion
(To be submitted along with prescribed fee for notice of completion and other relevant
documents)

To

The ……………………………….

…………………………Authority,

Dear Sir,

I/We hereby give notice that I/We have completed the erection of building/execution of the works in Plot No …………………… Block No……………… Scheme…………………… situated at…………………. in pursuance of the sanction granted by the Authority vide File No…………………. dated………………… I/We are enclosing all reports of the Authority inspection carried out during construction period.

2. Permission to occupy or use the building may be granted.

Yours Faithfully,

Signature of owner……………

Name of owner ……

(In Block letters)

Address of the owner …………

Dated: …………………..

Encl : As above

Appendix: A-13

(Bye laws: 2.16)

Form For Certificate of Architect/Engineer/Supervisor
(To be submitted along with notice of completion)

To

The ……………………………….

…………………………Authority,

Dear Sir.

We hereby certify that the erection, re-erection or material alteration in/at building No…………………………….. on in Plot No……………………… Block No…………….Scheme…………….situated at…………… has been supervised by me and has been completed on ………………. according to the plans sanctioned, vide office communication No………………. dated ………………. The work has been completed to our best satisfaction, the workmanship and all the materials (type & grade) have been used strictly in accordance with general and detailed specifications. All the drainage/Sanitary/Water Supply work has been executed under our supervision and as per Building Bye-laws. No provisions of the Building Byelaws and condition prescribed or order issued there under have been transgressed in the course of the work. The building is fit for use for which it has been erected /re-erected or altered/constructed and enlarged.

2. Certificate:

i) Certified that the building(s) has been constructed according to the sanctioned plan and structural design (one set of structural drawings as executed is enclosed ) which incorporate the provisions of structural safety as specified in relevant prevailing IS codes standards/Guidelines.

ii) Further certified that water harvesting as well as waste water recycling systems have been provided as per the sanctioned building plan.

iii) It is also certified that construction has been one under our supervision and guidelines and adheres to the drawings submitted and the records of supervision have been maintained by us.

3. Permission to occupy of use the building may be granted.

4. Any subsequent change from completion drawings will be the responsibility of the owner(s)

a) Signature of the owner with date

Name in block letters

Address
b) Signature of the owner with date

Name in block letters

Address

b) Signature of the structural Engineer

C) with date (for certificate 1) (as defined in NBC of India)

Name in block letters

Address

d) Signature of the Supervisor/Engineer/

Group/ with date

Name in block letters, License No.

Address

Dated :………………………

Appendix:A-14

(Bye laws: 2.17.1)

File No………………………..

Plan No……………………….                                              Dated:…………………..

Shri/Miss/Smt……………………….

Completion-cum-Occupancy Certificate With reference to your notice of completion dated…………….. I hereby certify that building as per description below certified plan at Plot No…………… Block No ………………………Scheme …………………….. situated at ……………….whose plans were sanctioned vide No…………………….. has been inspected with reference to building byelaws in respect to the structural safety, fire safety, hygienic and sanitary conditions inside and in the surroundings and is declared fit for occupation and release of regular water and electricity connections. The description of the construction work completed is given as under:

Description of Construction Work Block Wise/Building Wise.

1. Block Building No.

2. Details of Completed Work floor wise.

Vice Chairman

Or

Commissioner of Authority

……………………………………

Appendix:A-15

Form of Rejection or Compliance in Respect of Occupancy Certificate

File No…………………………                      Dated:………………

Sh/Smt…………………………………….
…………………………………………….
Subject: Occupancy Certificate in respect of Plot No……………………

Dear Sir I Madam,

1) With reference to your letter dated

2) With reference to your notice of completion dated

3) In continuation of this office letter of even No…………………..dated on the subject noted above, I am directed to inform you that your case bas been examined and occupancy certificate is rejected for the reasons as given below:-

Yours Faithfully

For…………………………….

………………………Authority

1. …………………………………..

2. …………………………………..

3. …………………………………..

4. ………………………………….

Appendix: “B”

(Bye laws: 2.9.4. (a)

Affidavit/Undertaking

(For Handing Over Land Required For Road Widening)

That I/We have submitted building plans for construction of building on plot No…………………. Block No…………………… located at ………………… to the …………………….. under Sanction ………………… of the ……………….. Act for favour of sanction.

I/We undertake to hand over the land required for road widening as shown on site plan to concerned Authority free of cost as and when asked by……………………to do so.

I/We have already understood that the……………………is granting sanction on the basis of my undertaking.

If I/We fail to do so, the sanction so accorded shall be revoked and construction done as consequence thereof shall be deemed to have done unauthorisedly and shall be actionable u/s …………………….. of the ………………………. Act.

DEPONENT

Verification

I/We verify that the contents of the above undertaking are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and nothing material has been concealed there from.

DEPONENT

1.1.1.7.1.1 Appendix: B-1

INDEMNITY BOND FOR BASEMENT

This Indemnity Bond is executed by Shri/Smt.…………………………S/o, D/O, W/O Shri/Smt………………R/O………………………………………in favour of Development Authority.

Whereas the executant has submitted to the concerned Authority the plans for, sanction of basement over Plot No………………… under the provisions of the Act and lie bye- laws made there under:- And whereas the concerned Authority has agreed to sanction the aforesaid construction subject to the conditions that the owner shall indemnify the concerned Authority in the event of any loss or damage being cause to the adjoining building on account of the construction of the said basement either at the time of digging of its foundations or in the course of its construction or even thereafter and also against any claim of any concern thereto. And whereas the executant has agreed to execute an indemnity bond to the above affect and also to abide by the terms imposed by the concerned Authority to the grant of sanction for construction of the basement.

Now this deed witnesses:

1. That in consideration of the sanction of the plans by…………………………… for construction of the basement the executant undertakes that he/she shall at all times keep…………………harmless and free from any liability, loss or damages/ flowing from any injury or damage caused to the adjoining built-up properties or to any person as a consequence of the construction of at the time of digging of its foundations or during the course of its construction or at any time thereafter.

2. The owner agreed and undertakes that in the event of any claim being made by any person or persons against the concerned Authority either in respect of the sanction granted by the concerned Authority to the owner for the construction of basement or in respect of the construction or manner of construction of the basement by the owner or the consequences flowing from the said sanction the executant shall be responsible and liable and not the concerned Authority.

3. The executant agrees and undertake to indemnify the concerned Authority fully in respect of any amount which the concerned Authority may be required to pay to any person either by way of compensation or damages or on any other account as a result of any claim or suit or any other proceedings concerning the sanctioning of the construction of the basement of the making thereof and also in respect of the costs and expenses which the concerned Authority may incur on defending any action.

4 Without prejudice to the above undertaking the executant hereby binds itself to pay to the concerned Authority to the full extent any amount which the concerned Authority may be required to pay to any person in connection with, relating to or concerning the sanctioning of the basement or the making thereof.

5 The owner further agrees and undertakes that this bond shall remain in full force and effect till the executant faithfully observes/performs the undertaking herein before contained. In witness whereof the executant above named has signed this bond on this …………….. day of …………………. at……………………………………..

                                                                                                                                                                                              1.1.1.8 Indemnifier 

Witness:

(Signatures)……………………………

1. Name…………………………………

Full Address……………………………

(Signatures)…………………………………

2. Name…………………………………..

Full Address……………………………..

Appendix –“C”

(Bye laws: 2.14.1(a))

PERFORMA TO BE SUBMITTED BY OWNER

1. Name, Status, and Address of the applicant

2. Name of the Architect with address with Registration number with Council of Architecture under the Architects Act, 1972.

3. Details of the property/plot

a) Location

b) Boundaries

c) Area in sq.mt. with dimensions (net plot area)

d) Width of the roads

4. Land use

a) Master Plan

b) Zonal Development Plan

c) Approved Layout Plan

5. Title

a) Free Hold

b) Leasehold under notification for acquisition if lease hold permission of lessor for construction under the leasehold condition obtained.

c) Whether under acquisition, if so give details.

6. Whether the plot/land is affected under the Urban Land (Ceiling & Regulation) Act, 1976. If so, copy of the NCO from the concerned

Authority be furnished.

7. Proposals

a) Land Use

b) Coverage on each floor with proposed use of the floor space including basement.

c) FAR

d) Height

e) No. of floors.

f) Envelope controls/set backs

g) Parking norms

Encl:

1. Ownership title

2. Permission to construct under the lease

3. Permission under the Land Ceiling Act, 1976.

4. Site/Location Plan

5. Tentative proposals to explain the scheme

Signature of Architect             Signature of the

owner

Name……………………………

Name……………………………..

Reg. No………………………..

Address………………………..

ADDRRESS………………………

……………………………………………………………………….

Appendix –“D”

(Bye laws: 5.3.2)

Number and Type of Lifts Required for Different
Occupancies and Space for Electrical Installations

1. The number and type of lifts required depending on the capacity of lift, desired speed nature of operation are as given in table below:

Table: Number and types of lifts for non-residential Multistoried Building

Note-1:

a) for all non-residential buildings, the traffic cleared in 50 minutes is considered adequate and is approved by Authority. As such for calculation the number of lifts required, the rate of the clearance of traffic in column 9 and 10 and the population may be taken into consideration.

b) In addition to total number of lifts required as above, provision of one lift of the same capacity may be considered to serve as stand-by.

Note-2: The population may be worked out on the basis of useful carpet area which the person occupy (excluding area of Verandah, Lobbies, Halls, Passages, Lavatory blocks, etc.)

Note-3: The population on ground and first floor may not be taken into consideration since these floors are not generally served by lifts.

Note-4 0.75 meter per sec. Equivalent to 150 ft. per Min.

1.00 meter per sec. Equivalent to 200 ft. per Min.

1.5 meter per sec. Equivalent to 300 ft. per Min.

Note-5 The height of buildings for lift installation i.e. the travel on the lift presumed in the above statements is as below:

7 floors 21.0 mt.

11 floors 33.0 mt.

16 floors 48.0 mt.

21 floors 64.0 mt.

Table: Number and types of lifts for Residential Building

* For buildings more than 15 mt. in height collapsible gates shall not be permitted.

(see bye-law No. 7.9.1(f) )

Appendix –“D-1”

Space for lift Installation

The dimensions and relevant information for lift installations like lift well, pit depth, machine room, clearance from top floor landing to machine room flooring is given in table below:

Dimensions and required information for Lift Installation in Building

Note: i) All lift well dimensions are minimum clear finished plumb requirements.

ii) Where more than one lift is located in the lift well, extra width of 10 cm. Separator beam should be provided.

iii) 1 m/s = 200 ft./min.

iv) The height of landing entrance should be 210 cm. (about 7 ft.) for all lifts

Appendix – D-2

(Bye laws: 5.3.3)

D.2 Spaces for Electrical Installations

The spaces required for different electrical installations are given at 3.1 to 3.3

D.2.1 Electric Sub-station – The norms given in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 shall be adopted for provision of space for sub-station.

D.2.1.1 Area Requirements for Sub-Station for buildings

Note:

1. For additional 1000 sq.mt. covered area, a load of 90 KVA will come up with 150 KVA TR. Capacity at 60 % loading.

2. For additional of one transformer as per covered area, a space of additional 16 sq.mt. is to be provided.

3. In case of any deviation in space size due to unavoidable circumstance, the same may be considered with the approval of Electricity Board.

4. The floor of the sub-station shall have cable trenches of 0.6 mt. depth, the layout for which will be given at the time of actual construction. For this purpose, a dummy floor of 0.6 mt. depth shall be provided to facilitate cutting/digging of floor for installation of equipment’s and making subsequent changes in trenches. This floor shall be capable to withstand minimum load of 10 tones of each transformer mounted on flour wheels.

The break-up spaces required for different installations in a sub-station are given as below:

1. Supply company’s Switchgear room and or space of meters.

2. Transformer Rooms: The number and size of transformer rooms shall be ascertained from the total power requirements of the company. To determine the size of transformer and clearance around a transformer, reference may be made to good practice (I.S.1887-1967 code of practice for installation and maintenance of Transformer). A 500 KVA transformer may be provided with a minimum space of 4 mt. X 4 mt. If transformer is to be installed outdoor space shall be provided on similar considerations and adequate provision for safety enclosure is to be made. For transformer having large oil content (more than 2000 lt.) soak pits are to be provided in accordance with rule 64 of Indian Electricity Rules, 1956.

3. High Voltage Switch Rooms – In case of sub-station having one transformer, the owner is required to provide only one high voltage switch. In the case of single point supply for two transformers, the number of switches required is 3 and for ‘n’ transformers the number of switches is n+1. The floor area required in case of a single switch will be roughly 4 mt. X 1mt. and for every additional switch the length should be increased by 1mt.

4. Low Voltage Switch Rooms – The floor area requirement in respect of low voltage switchgear room cannot be determined by any formula.

5. Room for Stand-by-Generator – A room space not less then 6 mt. X 9 mt. may be provided for housing a standby Generator set of 50 KW.

D.2.1.1.A: Location of electric sub-station in basement of multistoreyed buildings:

1. The electric sub-station should be provided in the approved/sanctioned covered area of the buildings not below the first basement level and should be on the periphery of the building with clear independent round the clock approach having proper ramp with slope. The ramp should be designed in such a manner that in case of fire no smoke should enter the main buildings. The exit from basement electric sub-station shall have self-closing fire/smoke check doors of 2 hours. F.R. near entry to ramp. Additional exit shall be provided if traveled distance from the farthest corner of the ramp is more than 15mt.

2. The electric sub-station should be totally segregated from rest of the basement having 4 hours. F.R. wall and should have adequate internal lighting and ventilation. A perfect independent ventilation system of 30 air charges  per hour linked with detection as well as automatic medium velocity water spray system for individual transformer shall be located outside the building at ground floor, fire control room shall be manned round the clock and shall also have and audio system in the basement as well as in the control room. No service such as water, sewer, air-conditioning, gas pipes or telegraphs services should pass through electric substation of the cable trench.

3. The rising mains should be of metal bus bars. The floor of electric sub-station should be 2 ft above the rest of basement floor and designed suitably to carry 10 tons of transformer weight on wheels also having provision of proper cable trenches 0.6 X 0.6 mt. depth. Dummy floor of 0.6 mt. depth be provided to facilitate laying of cables inside the building connecting to equipment. Fire retarding cables should beprovided and cable trenches be filed with said cables. R.C.C. pipes at suitably places as required will be provided for cable entries to the sub-station spaces with suitable water proofing arrangement. A provision of 12 ft. clear height below beams should be made in the electric sub-station area along with adequate arrangement for fixing chain pulley block for a load of 15 tons. Provision of sumps shall be kept in the floor so that complete volume of transformer oil in the event of spillover could be accommodated. Sufficient arrangement to prevent spread of fire to oil pumps be made.

4. Transformers room and sub-station room shall be provided with steel shutters of 8’ X 8’ with suitable grills. Sufficient arrangement for pumping the water out, in case of flooding should be made to minimize loss to switchgear and transformer.

5. In view of experience of installation of exhaust chimneys in the multi-storeyed buildings at undesirable locations, proper provision in the form of vertical exhaust leading to above terrace level should be made for the sub-station.

6. Electric sub-station space should be made available free of cost by promoters and should be free of seepage/leakage of water. There should be no combustible material kept in side or in the vicinity. Periodic inspection of electric sub-station shall be mandatory and violation of any bye-law will be dealt, sternly with penalty and immediate disconnection.

D.2.1.2. Other Requirements for Sub-station

1. The sub-station will preferably be located on the ground level failing which it can be in the basement floor in no case at higher level.

2. The entire space will be provided at one floor in continuation.

3. The minimum width of the sub-station space shall not be less than 6 mt.

4. The areas given above in respect of the different categories o rooms hold good if they are provided with windows and independent access doors.\

5. All the rooms should be provided with partition up to the Ceilings and shall have proper ventilation. Special care should be taken to ventilate the transformer rooms and where necessary, louvers at lower levels and exhaust fans at higher level shall be provided at suitable locations.

6. In order to prevent storm water entering the transformer and switch rooms through the soak pits, the floor level of the substation shall be at least 15 cm above the highest flood water level that may be anticipated in the locality.

D.2.2 Cable Trenches Shafts Etc.

D.2.2.1 Suitable number of vertical shafts, rising mains, distribution boxes, etc. shall also be provided as per the requirements at suitable location. Cable trenches with suitable handy covers for entry of the cables up to the  substation onwards up to the street adjoining other building shall also be provided as per the requirements. These vertical shafts, rising mains, distribution boxes, cable trenches, etc. shall be so constructed as to be accessible only to authorized personnel. The rising mains and other installations in the vertical shafts, tap off boxes distribution boxes etc. required at each floor shall be provided, installed and maintained by the owner at their own cost. Adequate enclosed space shall also be provided at each floor for installation of equipment’s for distribution on respective floors such as distribution boxes, cut-out, and meter boxes and main switches.

D.2.2.2Location of Switch Room: In large installations other than where a sub-station is provided, a separate switch room shall be provided. This shall be located as closely possible to the electrical load center and suitable ducts shall be laid with minimum number of bends form the point of entry of the supply to the position of the main switchgear. The switch room shall also be placed in such a position that rising ducts may readily be provided there from to the upper floors of the building in one straight vertical run. In larger building, more than one rising duct and horizontal ducts may also be required for running cables from the switch room to the foot of each rising main. Such cable ducts shall be reserved for the electrical services only, which may, however, include medium and low voltage installations, such as call bellsystems. Telephone installation should be suitably segregated.

D.2.2.3 Location and Requirement of Distribution Panels: The electrical gear distribution panels and other apparatus, which are required on such floor may conveniently be mounted adjacent to the rising mains, and adequate space should be provided at each floor for this purpose.

D.2.2.4 Location and Requirement of PBX/PABX Room: Information regarding provision and location of PBX/PABX room, telephone outlets and riser shall be ascertained form the relevant Authority. Adequate space should be provided for installation of Sub-Distribution Board.

D.2.3. GENERAL

D.2.3.1 The maintenance of the built up space for electric sub-station, distribution equipment, vertical shafts and enclosure at each floor shall be done by the owner. The standby arrangement for electricity supply up to and including the sub-station equipment and distribution pillars at the sub-station shall be provided compulsorily.

Appendix – “E”

(Bye laws: 2.14.5)

Qualification of Technical Personnel for Preparations of Schemes for
Building Permit and Supervision

1.0 General

The qualifications of the technical personnel and their competence to carry out different jobs for building permit and supervision for the purpose of licensing by the Authority shall be as given in 2 to 6. The procedure for licensing the technical personnel is given in 6.

2.0 Town Planner

2.1 Qualification: The qualification for the town planner shall be those who are holding bachelor degree or post graduate degree or equivalent diploma in Town Planning from a recognized institution along with the valid membership of the Institute of Town Planners, India.

2.2 Competence: As provided in Building Bye-laws 2.11.2.

3.0 Architect:

3.1 Qualification: The qualification for architects shall be those who are holding bachelor degree or equivalent in Architecture and hold valid registration with the Council of Architecture under the Architects Act, 1972.

3.2 Competence: The architect is competent to carry out work related tonbuilding permit as given below and shall be entit led to submit.

i) All plans and related information connected with building permit

ii) Certificate of supervision for all buildings. 4.0 Engineer

4.1 Qualifications: The qualification for Engineer shall be degree or equivalent qualification in Civil Engineering / Municipal Engineering with valid membership (Civil) of the Institution of Engineers, India.

4.2 Competence: The Engineer is competent to carry out the work related to Building Permit as given below and shall be entitled to submit.

i) Structural details and calculations for all buildings,

ii) Certificate of supervision for buildings as in (i) above,

iii) Sanitary / water supply works for all types of buildings.

5.0 Structural Engineer

5.1 Qualification: The qualification of a Structural Engineer shall be degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent with post graduate degree in Structural Engineering or equivalent with valid corporate membership of Institution of  Engineers, India.

5.2 Competence: The Structural Engineer is competent to carry out the work related to building permit as given below and shall be entitled to submit.

(i) Structural design /details and calculations for buildingsnaccording to sanction plan and structural design, which incorporates the provision of structural safety as a specified in prevailing BIS Code.

(ii) Certificate of structural supervision for buildings as in 5(i) above.

6.0 Supervisorn 

6.1 Qualifications: The qualifications for licensing of supervisor will be:

i) Three Years Architectural Assistantship or intermediate in Architectures from a recognized Institution and with two yeas experience.

ii) Three years Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognizedinstitution and with minimum two years experience; or

iii) Civil Draftsmanship from I.T.I with five years experience under a qualified Architect / Civil Engineer.

6.2 Competence: The supervisor shall be entitled to

i) Supervise construction of buildings on plots upto 100 sq. mt. for residential plots only. 7.0 Plumbers Plumbers shall be licensed by the concerned Authority through examination of the candidates having the following minimum qualifications:

7.1 Qualifications:

  • i) A fair knowledge of English/Hindi/Urdu
  • ii) Knowledge of working drawings and dimensioned sketches
  • iii) Certificate of training from ITI for the trade, with minimum two years experience of execution of sanitary and plumbing works under any govt. Deptt./ Local body or a qualified Architect / Engineer.
  • iv) Experience of sanitary and plumbing works under anynGovernment Department/Local Bodies or a qualified Architect/Engineer for a period of five years.

7.2 Competence

A plumber shall be competent to do the following jobs

a) Submission of sanitary plans up to 500 sq mt. plot size and 4 storeyed buildings.
b) Execution / supervision of sanitary works up to 500 sq mt. plot size and 4 storeyed buildings.

8.0 Electrician: As prescribed by the concerned electricity company.

9.0 Fire Consultant: As prescribed by Chief Fire Officer, Town/City Fire Service,

Appendix: “E-1”

(Bye laws: 2.11.1)

Empanelment of Architect – Rules

1. Definition: In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires:

a) “Act” – the Act of the concerned Local Body/Authority

b) “Empanel Architect” – A person empanelled by the Authority as per rules under these bye-laws as authorized person to sanction building plans of residential buildings up to 15 mt. in height and for plot size up to one hectare, forming part of an approved lay-out plan.

c) “Person Authorized” – means a qualified and duly registered Architect having a degree in Architecture or equivalent qualification and registered with the Council of Architects, India with minimum 5 years experience.

d) Sanctioned Building Plans means a building plan of a building/premises to be constructed on a plot and approved by the Competent Authority/ Architect in accordance with the provisions of Master Plan/Zonal development plan and Building Bye-laws.

e) “Fee” means a fee to be charged by the Authority/Architect for sanction of building plans.

2. For the empanelment, the qualified Architect shall submit list of projects handled with proof and credentials along with recommendations form the Council of Architects, India.

3. The empanelment of an Architect shall be for a period of two years and can be extended from time to time subject to review by the Authority at the end of every two years.

4. The Architect shall be empowered to sanction building plans of residential building up to 15 mt. height and for plot size up to one hectare, forming part of approved layout plan.

5. In respect of sanction of building plans of Government buildings, the plans shall be sanctioned by the Chief Architect/ Senior Architect of PWDAP / the concerned Department of the Government, provided it conform to Master Plan/Zonal Development Plan, approved layout plan and Building Bye-laws.

6. The Architect shall charge building application fee, other charges as prescribed under Building Bye-laws and other charges as prescribed form time to time. He will be permitted to retain 50% of the building application fee towards his service charges and balance amount along with other charges shall be deposited with the Authority along with two sets of building plans and other required documents. If the Authority wants to raise any objection, the same shall be communicated to the Architect with in 30 days of filing the application with the Authority. The Architect while sanctioning the building plans shall take due cognizance of the objections raised by the Authority.

7. Before sanction of building plans, the Architect shall ensure and satisfied himself that various permissions as required the law from different Authorities have been obtained.

8. The Empanelled Architect shall also ensure at the time of sanction of building plans as well as during the inspections at construction stage and also at the time of giving completion certificate that there is no violation of Master Plan/Zonal Development Plan, Approved Layout Plan and Building Bye-laws and other related rules and regulations in force.

9. In case it is found that there had been a violation of Master Plan/Zonal Development Plan, approved layout plan and Building Bye-laws and other related rules and regulations in force at the time of sanction of building plans/ construction stage / issue of completion certificate, action for penalising the Architect shall be taken including removal from the panel and referring the matter to the Council of Architects of India for appropriate action.

10. The Empanelled Architect shall be required to file a quarterly return of building plans received for sanction, fee received, etc. to the Authorities. His work shall be monitored to check the backlog and performance.

11. Before issue of a completion certificate a joint inspection is to be carried out by the, Town Planner / convener of the building committee of the concerned Municipality Authority in this behalf and the empanelled Architect. Within 30 days of the joint inspection, the Architect shall be informed about the non-compoundable deviations to be removed and composition fee to be charged for minor deviations under the rules.

12. Architect/ The Chief municipal Executive office or the Municipal Executive office shall issue the completion certificate after having satisfied himself that non-compoundable deviations have been removed form the building and necessary composition fee has been deposited with the concerned Authority

Appendix: “F”

(Bye laws: 6.11(i))

Penal Action for violation of provisions of Development Code of Master
Plan, Zonal Regulation and Building Bye-laws.

(A) Non-Compoundable Items

Any deviations except those set in para “AA” hereunder, from the maximum, minimum prescribed limits regarding:

1. Coverage,

2. F.A.R.

3. Setbacks,

4. Open spaces,

5. Total height of the building

6. No. of floors,

7. No. of DUs & density

8. Parking norms,

9. Light and Ventilation provisions,

10. Use

11. All other provisions of these bye-laws except item given in para ‘B’ below shall not be compounded/regularized and shall have to rectified by altering/ demolition at the risk and cost of owner. Besides this any other action as per terms and conditions of lease and provisions of Act shall proceed.

(A.A) Compounding Excess Coverage/FAR

i) Deviations in the coverage/FAR to the extent of 5% of the permissible coverage/FAR or 13.5 sq.mt. whichever is less in building(s) use premises, other than building(s) use premises where 100% ground coverage and fixed height is allowed as per Architectural control forming part of comprehensive schemes like District Centre, Community Centres, Cluster Court Housing etc. may be compounded after levying penalty at the following Rates: Rates of excess coverage/floor area: Up to 5% of excess coverage/FAR a one time compounding fee equivalent to the land rated in the concerned locality applicable at the time of the application for compounding.

ii) For excess coverage / FAR for above 5% Any excess coverage above 5% or 13.5 sq.mt whichever is applicable would be liable to demolish to that extent.

iii) Compounding at set back Infringements The infringements of the set backs maximum to the extent of 30 cm (1 ft.) may be compounded by way of levying compounding fee at the following rates:

If a building or part thereof has been constructed unauthorized, i.e. without obtaining the requisite building permit from the concerned Authority as required under the building bye-laws, the same shall be compounded at the following rates provided the building or part thereof so constructed other wise conforms to the provisions contained in the Building Bye-laws and Master/Zonal Plan regulations. For this party shall have to submit the request for building permit in the prescribed procedure.

Rates:

a) Rs. 50 per sq.mt. of the covered area constructed unauthorized in residential building up to 500 sq.mt. Plot size.

b) Rs. 100 per sq.mt of the covered area constructed unauthorized in the building categorized below:
· All Govt. Public and Semi-Public and Utility Buildings.
· Religious, Institutional and Educational Buildings.

c) Rs. 250 per sq.mt. of the covered area constructed unauthorisedly
· Residential Building above 500 sq.mt. plot size, Group
   Housing and Guest Houses.
· Industrial Buildings:
· Storage buildings (underground or above ground)

d) Rs. 1000 per sq.mt. of covered area constructed unauthorisedly.
· Cinema and Theatre Building.
· Petrol Pumps (Filing / Service Station)
· Hazardous Buildings.
· Commercial / Business Buildings

1. The building not covered specifically under the above categories shall be compounded as decided by the Authority, considering the merit of each Individual case.

2. Items which are exempted form the calculations of the coverage and FAR e.g. cupboards, canopy, basement, and mezzanine, loft, watchman cabins, etc. but constructed unauthorisedly without obtaining prior permission from the Authority, but within the permissible limits shall also be compounded/regularized at the rate prescribed above.

ii) Deviations of the building bye-laws other than specified in (A) (Noncompoundable) Deviation up to the maximum extent of 10% from the maximum/minimum prescribed limit (as prescribed by the building bye-laws) shall be compounded at the following rates:

a) In case of deviations of areas of various components of the building, the rate of penalty will be @ Rs. 50/- per 1% deviation.

b) For deviations in terms of height the penalty shall be @ Rs. 50/- per 1% of deviation for every 10 sq.mt. or part thereof of affected area.

c) Deviations from the prescribed limit of width, length, penalty shall be @ Rs. 50/- per 1% of the deviation for every 10 sq.mt. or part thereof of the affected area.

Notes:

1) Notwithstanding the provisions above, no penalty shall be levied for the first 3% of deviation but in case the deviation limit exceed 3% penalty shall be levied at above rates for the total deviation up to 10%.

2) The penalties of the above rates as given in (ii) (a), (b), and (c) shall be charged for each deviation and for every component of the building separately.

d) In case of increase in size of canopy in front open space form the prescribed limits of bye-laws the same shall be charged @ Rs. 100/- per sq.mt.

e) End walls up to 0.9 mt. in width in a terrace type construction constructed purely as an architectural feature Rs. 50/- each.

f) Enclosing of front balcony with jail wall which is being used as a part of stair case Rs. 500/- sq.mt.

g) (i) An open Urinal Wall up to 1.7 mt. height --------- No Penalty.

(ii) Water storage Tank over open urinal with walls up to 1.70 mt. in height ------- No Penalty, if sanctioned. If not sanctioned, Rs. 500/- each.

h) All roof projections beyond permissible limit of bye-laws as specified shall be counted towards FAR calculations if other wise the same do not infringe up to any other bye-laws.

i) Plinth steps in setback portion -------------- Rs. 100 each.

j) Extra slab in mumty constructed without sanction shall be compounded at the rate given in (B) (compoundable item) provided it does not infringe upon the provision of any other bye-laws.

l) Partition wall provided without sanction at any floor if the same are not infringing upon the provision of any other bye-laws --------- Rs. 50 persq.mt. of the surface area of the wall (i.e. length X height)  l) Projections/sunshade/(not more than 0.45 mt. in width on public streets/roads over window opening above first floor shall be objected. However, at Ground Floor these shall be not permitted.

Note:The Authority if satisfied that there are other deviations of general nature, which are not described above, may fix rates for compounding such deviations. However, there shall be no further relaxation in FAR and coverage over that permitted above.

Appendix – “G”

(Bye laws: 6.8)

To Provide Facilitates in the Public Building excluding Domestic
Buildings for Handicapped Persons

1. Definitions

Ambulant Disabled People:                       Disabled who are able to walk but who
                                                                   may depend on prostheses (Artificial
                                                                   Limbs) orthoses (Calipers), Sticks,
                                                                   crutches or walking aids.

Non-Ambulant Disabled People                : Disabled people with impairments that
                                                                    confine them to wheelchair.

Wheel Chair:                                              Chair used by disabled people for
                                                                    mobility.

(i) Size of small wheel chair: 750 x 1050 mm

(ii) Size of large wheel chair: 800 x 1500 mm

2. Scope

These bye-laws are applicable to public buildings and exclude domestic buildings. Building which shall provide access to ambulant disable and Non-Ambulant disabled are listed below. Distinction is made for buildings to be designed for the use of large wheel chairs and small wheel chair.

3. Building to be designed for Ambulant Disabled People Higher Secondary School, Conference Hall, Dance Halls, Youth Centres, Youth Clubs, Sport Centres, Sport Pavilions, Boat Club Houses, Ice Rinks, Bowling Centres, Swimming Pools, Police Stations, Law Courts, Courts Houses, Sport Stadiums, Theaters, Concert Halls, Cinemas, Auditorias, Small Offices (the maximum plinth area 1400 sq.mt) Snack Bars, Cafes and banqueting rooms (for capacity above 50 dinners).

Note:
i) In sport stadiums provisions shall be made for non-ambulant spectators (small wheel chair)

ii) @ 1:1000 up to 10,000 spectators and @ 1:2000 for spectators above 10,000.

iii) In Theaters, Concert Halls, Cinemas and Auditoria provisions shall be made for non-ambulant spectators (Small Wheel Chairs) @ 1/250 up to 1000 spectators and 1/500 for spectators above 1000.

4. Building to be designed for Non-Ambulant Disabled People: Schools for physically handicapped, cremation, buildings as mentioned in 3, Botanical Gardens, Religious Buildings, Old People Clubs, Village Halls, Day Centers, Junior Training Centres, Post Offices, Banks, Dispensaries, Railway Stations, Shops, Super Markets, and Departmental Stores.

Notes: Large wheel chair criteria shall be applicable on ground floors of the following building, post offices, banks, dispensaries, railway station, shops, supermarkets, and departmental stores.

5. Building to be designed for Non-Ambulant People (using small wheel chairs) Public lavatories in Tourist Sports, Clubs Motels, Professional and Scientific Institution, Museum, Art Galleries, Public Libraries, Laborites, Universities, Collage for further Education, Teachers Training Colleges, Technical College, Exhibition Halls Dentist Surgeries, Administrative Department of the Hospitals, Service Stations, Car Parking, Buildings Airports Terminals, Bus Terminals, Factories Employing Handicapped for Sedentary Works, Large Offices, (with plinth area abode 1400 sq.mt.), Tax Offices, Passport Offices, Pension Offices, and Labour Offices, Cafes, Banqueting Rooms and Snack Bars (For capacity above 100 dinners).

6. Buildings Requirements:

6.1 The following building requirements are to be provided for building mentioned above.

6.2 Site Planning Access path form plot entry and surface parking to building entrance shall be minimum of 1800 mm wide having regular surface without any steps. The parking of vehicles of disabled people two equivalent car spaces (ECS) shall be provided near entrance of 30 m from building entrance.

7. Approach to Plinth Level

Ramp shall be provided to enter the building, minimum width of ramp shall be 1800 mm with maximum gradient 1:12, length of ramp shall not exceed 9.0 m having 900 mm high hand rail on both sides extending 300 m on both sides of ramps. Minimum gap from the adjacent wall to the handrail shall be 50 mm. Entrance landing shall be provided adjacent to ramp with the minimum dimension 1800 X 2000 mm. Minimum Clear opening for the entrance door shall be 1000 mm. Threshold shall not be raised more than 12 mm. For stepped approach size of tread shall not be less than 275 mm and maximum riser shall be 150 mm.

8 Stairways

Height of the riser shall not be more than 150 mm and width of the tread not less than 275 mm, nosing if provided shall not extend beyond 25 mm. Maximum number of risers on a flight shall be limited to 12.

9. Lifts

Whenever lift is required as per bye-laws, provision of at-least one lift shall be made for Non-Ambulant disabled (using small wheel chairs with the following minimum dimensions of lift).
Clear internal depth 1090 mm
Clear internal width 1750 mm
Entrance door width 910 mm
A handrail not less 600 mm long at 1000 mm above floor level shall be fixed adjacent to the control panel.

10. Toilets

10.1 One special W.C. in a set of toilet shall be provided for the use of disabled. No additional provision of W.C. is to be made for disabled. Size of the W.C. shall depend on the category of disabled for whom it is has been provided.
All doors in W.Cs shall open outside.
The type of W.C. shall be European with seat height as 500 mm.
Handrails, where provided shall have min 25 mm dia.

10.2 Provision of W.Cs in buildings without lift: Provision of special W.C. shall be made on all floors for buildings designed for ambulant disabled persons. For buildings designed for non-ambulant disabled special W.C. shall be provided at Ground Floor. Size of W.C. shall depend on the type of wheel chair used by the disabled.

10.3 Provisions of W.Cs in buildings with lift: Provision of Special W.C. shall be made on all floors. Size will depend on the category of disabled for whom it has been provided.

10.4 Toilet Details

10.4.1 For Toilets Designed for Ambulant Disabled

The minimum size of W.C. shall be 1075 x 1650 mm with a minimum depth of 1450 mm from entry door 900 mm. Long handrail on the side closer to W.C. with a clear width between the handrails shall be 900 mm and height of handrails shall be 800 mm from floor level. Minimum size of the clear door opening shall be 780 mm.

10.4.2 For Toilets Designed for Non-Ambulant Disabled Small Wheel ChairThe minimum size of W.C. shall be 1350 x 1500 mm with a minimum depth of 1500 mm from entry door. 900 mm long handrail on the side closer to W.C. shall be provided. To provide movement space for wheel chair, W.C. seat shall be fixed towards one side to the opposite adjacent wall. The centerline of W.C. from the adjacent wall shall be 400 mm and minimum 950 mm from the other wall. Minimum size of the clear door opening shall be 780 mm.

10.4.3 For Toilets Designed for Non-Ambulant Disabled Using Large Wheel Chair
The minimum size of W.C. shall be 1500 X 1750 with a minimum depth of 1750 mm for entry door. 900 mm long handrail on the side wall closer to W.C. shall be provided. To provided movement space for wheel chair, W.C. seat shall be fixed towards one side of the opposite wall. The centerline of the W.C. from the adjacent wall shall be 400 mm and a minimum of 1100 mm from the other wall. Min. size of clear door opening shall be 860 mm.

Appendix – ‘H’

(Bye laws: 6.9)

Regulations for Resettlement and Jhuggi Jhonpri (JJ) Institu
Upgradation

i) Density

The net density shall be up to 250 tenements per hectare.

ii) Minimum Plot Size

The Minimum Plot Size shall be 25 sq.mt. However, it can be 18 sq.mt. with 100% coverage provided 7 sq.mt. per tenement is clubbed for cluster space.

iii) External walls
115 mm thick external brick wall with or without plaster shall be permitted.

iv) Staircase
Single flight staircase without landing between the two floors shall be permitted.

v) Pathways
The width of path ways shall be as follows:
2 mt. width for pathways up to 30 m in length.
3 mt. width for pathways up to 50 m in length.

vi) Flushing System:
In water closets flushing system shall not be essential and toilets without this provision may be permitted.

vii) Water closets pan size:
The water closets seat shall be of minimum 46 m (18 inches) in length.

viii) Septic tank and leaching pit (soak pit)
A septic tank shall be provided with capacity 141.6 m liters (five cubic feet) per capita, where the municipal services are likely to be available within four or five years or so, pour flush water seal latrines (NEERI
type) shall be permitted, where the municipal sewage system is not available and the water table in the area is not high.

Appendix – “I”

(Bye laws: 6.10.2)

Regulations for Low Income Housing on the lines of ISS-8888 formulated
by the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards)

1. ISS – 8888 deals with the requirements of low income housing, keeping in view of fire safety, health safety and structural safety in accordance to National Building Code and relaxation in the planning and general building requirements, which have bearing on cost of construction which needs to be reduced. The code is applicable for:

a) Layout plan for low income hosing colonies to be developed either by public or by private agencies.
b) Design for construction of building for such income group people either by public or by private agencies.

2. Keeping in view ISS-8888, the following provisions are incorporated in the Building bye-laws Building bye-laws for low income housing based on ISS-8888 (1978). Provision relating to layout planning
i) The type of development may be plotted development income housing/flatted development as low housing/block development as a group housing.
ii) Density: Residential density is indicated in terms of dwelling units per hectare as below:

Maximum Density for Low Income Housing

Note:
1. These densities are applicable to a cluster of dwellings up to 400, with a family of 5 members.

2. Vertical incremental housing shall be permitted in single ownership plot.

3. These densities includes provision for open spaces, convenience shopping, nursery and all internal roads and pathways, but do not include peripheral road around the cluster.

4. The minimum density shall be 75 per cent of the value given under column 2 and 3.

* The development up to 3 storeys is generally recommended. The number of storeys shall be restricted to four only.

iii) Size of the plot / plinth area Minimum plot size shall be as follows with coverage not exceeding 75% with the details as below:

Minimum Plot Size                            Type of Development

30 sq.mt.                                         Incremental housing with one room,
                                                        cooking space and combined bath and
                                                        W.C. on ground floor and future
                                                        extension of one room and a bath on the
                                                        first floor/ground floor.

40 sq.mt.                                         Two roomed house on each floor for
                                                        Group Housing / Individual Ownership
                                                         house.

Note:
1 The minimum size of plots takes into account the need of incremental housing. In the case of cities (other than Metropolitan Cities) with population, less than 0.5 million, the size of the plots may be increased by 33.5 per cent

2. In exceptional cases in metropolitan cities with population more than one million the size of the plots may be brought down to 25 sq.mt. in case of low income housing colonies located in congested area or in areas as decided by the Authority.

iv) Other Requirements

a) Open spaces              0.3 ha/1000 persons

b) Road area                  10% to 20% of the site

c) Nursery School           0.1 ha (one site) for 1500 population

d) Shopping Centre        @ 4 shops per 1000 population is to be
provided

3. General Building Requirements for Low Income Housing As per I.S.8888-1978.

Appendix – “J”

(Bye laws: 10.5)

FORM No.3
Certificate of Structure safety

To.
…………………………………………
…………………………………………

Ref: - Proposed work of __________________________________________

                                                  (Title of the project)
C.S. No./R.S. No./F.P.No._____________________Inward No.____________ at Village _________________________Taluka________________________ Scheme No.______________of__________________(Village / Town / City)

Owner : ________________________________________________________

Address: _______________________________________________________

Tel No.: ________________________________________________________

I am a Registered Structural Engineer (RSE). This is to certify that I have been appointed as the Structural Engineer on record to prepare the Structural Design basis report, detailed structural design and detailed structural drawings for above mentioned project. I am fully conversant of my duties and responsibilities under the Regulations and assure that I shall fulfill them in all respects.
I have prepared and signed a structural design and prepared detailed structural drawings of the proposed building as per the latest Indian Standard Specifications, and as indicated in the Structural design basis report.

I undertake to supply the owner and the supervisor the detailed structural drawings. If my services are terminated, I undertake to intimate the Authority in writing.

Signature : _____

Reg. No._________ Date: ___________

Name :_____________________________________

Address : ___________________________________

_____________________________________

Tel. No.: ____________________________________

Appendix – “K”

(Bye laws: 10.6.2)

FORM No.13
Certificate of Structure safety in Construction

Reference No.

Owner’s Name :                          Location :

Submitted on :                            Received on :

The Chief Municipal Executive Officer
Urban / Area Development Authority.

Sir,

1. The building/s has / have been constructed according to the sanctioned plan.

2. The building/ s has / have been constructed as per
- the detailed structural drawings and structural specifications prepared by the Structural Engineer on Record.
- the detailed Architectural drawings and Architectural specifications prepared by the Architect on Record.
- detailed drawings and specifications of all services

3. All materials used in the construction have been tested as provided in specifications and a record of test reports has been kept.

Signature of the Owner                        Signature of Construction
                                                             Engineer on Record

Date                                                     Date

Name in block letter :                           Name in block letters:

Address : __________________________ Address : __________________
_________________________                                    _____________________
_________________________                                   _____________________

Appendix – “L”

(Bye laws: 10.5)

FORM No.14
Certificate of Completion by Structural Engineer

Reference No.

Owner’s Name :                                             Location :

Submitted on                                                : Received on :

The Chief Executive Authority
Urban / Area Development Authority

Sir,

This is to certify that detailed structural drawings of the building/ s has / have been prepared on the basis of a detailed analysis and a detailed design carried out according to relevant previsions of the latest Indian Standard Codes, National Building Code and as indicated in structural design basis report.

Signature of the Owner                                       Signature of Structural Engineer
                                                                            on record
Date                                                                     Date
Name in block letters :                                        Name in block letters :
Address : _________________________        Address : __________________
_________________________                             ___________________
_________________________                                ___________________

Appendix – “M”

(Bye laws: 10.11)

FORM No.16
Certificate of Structural Inspection Report

(This form has to be completed by registered Structural Designer after his site Inspection and verification regarding compliance of all recommendation by the owner, which in the option of the registered structural designer are necessary for safety of the structural)

I. Description by title and location of the property including T.P.No., F.P.No. etc.

II. Name of the present owner :

III. Description of the structure :
Class I or Class II (Briefly describe the property in general and the structure in particular)

IV. Year of construction :
Year of subsequent additional or rectification’s (Please describe briefly the nature of additions or rectification’s).

V. Date of last inspection report filed : Last filed by whom (This does not apply to the first report).

VI. Soil on which building is founded :

i) Any changes subsequent to construction :

ii) Nearby open excavation :

iii) Nearby collection of water :

iv) Proximity of drain :

v) underground water-tank :

vi) R.W. Pipes out-lets :

vii) Settlements :

VII. The Super-structure (R.C.C. Frame structure) :

i) Crack in beam or column nature and extent of crack probable causes. :

ii) Cover spell :

iii) exposure of reinforcement :

iv) subsequent damage by user for taking pipes, conduits, hanging, fans or any other fixtures, etc. :

v) crack in slab :

vi) spalling of concrete or plaster of slab :

vii) corrosion of reinforcement :

viii) loads in excess of design loads :

VIII. The Super- Structure :
(Steel Structure) :

i) Paintings :

ii) corrosion :

iii) joint, nuts, bolts, rivets, welds, guest plates :

iv) bending or bucking of members :

v) base plate connections with columns or pedestals :

vi) loading :

(Please describe some of the major cracks, their nature, extent and location, with a sketch, if necessary.

IX. Recommendations if any
This is to certify that the above is a correct representation of facts as given to me by the owner and as determined by me after Site Inspection to the best of my ability and judgement. The recommendations made by me to ensure adequate safety of the structure are complied with by the owner to my entire satisfaction.

(Signature of the Registered Structural

Engineer

Date____

Name of the registered structural engineer:

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