APPENDIX



APPENDIX-I

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF VARIOUS STAKE HOLDERS WITH THE AUTHORITY  

The Stake holders to be registered with the Authority are;

A. Land owners who intend to apply for building licence in the plot owned by them.

B. Promoters who are developing Real estate projects within the jurisdiction of the Authority

C. Professionals on record for preparing drawings (for building licence and for NOCs from different departments)

D. Professionals on record for supervising the works executed in site (civil works and other services)

E. Professionals who are interested in registering with the Authority as Empanelled Professionals to verify the site plan with reference to the site conditions, verify the works executed in site with reference to the various drawings submitted, and to certify the building licences as notified by the government.

F. Contractors intending to undertake construction activities within the jurisdiction of the ULB (for Civil, electrical, Plumbing and Sanitation, HVAC, Fire and Emergency services)  

The following procedure shall be adopted by the ULBs to register the Stake holders with the ULB;

1. The Stake holders shall register themselves with the Authority by providing their identity proof, submitting an undertaking cum affidavit (in the format prescribed by the government) and payment of the prescribed fees.

2. The landowners who intend to apply for building licence in the plot owned by them, shall submit the particulars of the plot and the building proposed to be constructed on the plot, while registering with the Authority whenever he proposed to develop a building.

3. The Promoter who intends to devel 

4. Professionals intending to prepare the required drawings and details (Architectural, Structural and Services), the Professionals intending to prepare the required drawings and details for obtaining NOCs from the concerned departments and the Professionals intending to supervise the construction of the various components of the building shall do a onetime registration with the Authority in the respective category based on the eligibility criteria of Qualification, Experience and Competence, notified by the Government.

5.Professionals who are interested in registering with the Authority as Empanelled Professionals to verify the site plan with reference to the site conditions, verify the works executed in site with reference to the various drawings submitted, and to certify the building licences as notified by the government shall do a onetime registration with the Authority in the respective category based on the eligibility criteria of Qualification, Experience and Competence, notified by the Government.

6. Contractors intending to undertake construction activities within the jurisdiction of the ULB (for Civil, electrical, Plumbing and Sanitation, HVAC, Fire and Emergency services) shall do a onetime registration with the Authority.

7. The procedure for registration and allotting the registration no. for the stake holders and the fee payable for empanelled professionals for verifying the works executed at site shall be as prescribed by the Government.  

APPENDIX-II  
DETAILS OF PLANS AND OTHER PARTICULARS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR SANCTION FROM THE AUTHORITY FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF BUILDINGS.  

A – Requirements of Key Plan

Key plan which is provided along with the drawings of the Plot Approval obtained after the commencement of the KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017 shall be accepted as the Key plan which shall be part of the site plan. In case of Plot Approval obtained prior to KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017, the key plan shall be prepared in a legible scale showing the location of the plot in the Master Plan containing the following features within 1 Km around the plot, namely: -

(a) Location of all existing and proposed roads of the Master Plan mentioning the existing and proposed width and hierarchy of roads;

(b) Location of all existing Storm Water Drains and other water bodies; (c) Location / Alignment of overhead or underground HT power supply lines (High Tension Electric lines);

(d) Location / Alignment of sewerage system of ULB;  (e) Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.

B – Requirements of Site Plan

The site plan shall be prepared in a legible scale, preferably of 1:200 or 1:500 with plan oriented in North-South direction. The Site Plan which is part of the Plot Approval obtained after the commencement of the KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017 shall be accepted as the site plan for the building plan approval under these byelaws. In case of Plot Approval obtained prior to KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017, the site plan shall contain the following details, namely: -

(a) All site boundaries with dimensions, by superimposing the survey sketch issued by Revenue Department and the survey sketch prepared by conducting physical survey of plot using Total Intelligent Station. At least 3 boundary points of both the sketches should match when superimposed. The innermost boundaries of the plot derived by superimposing both the sketches shall be considered as the boundary of the plot and the area of the plot within such boundary shall be considered as the extent of the plot as existing at site;

(b) Extent of plot, which shall be lesser of the extent as per document or as existing at site (as derived from clause ‘a’ above);

(c) All roads abutting the plot with existing width, proposed width and center line of the road. The road widening line and building line, if any, shall be marked on the plot, if applicable, showing the portion of the plot required for road widening;

(d)  Portion of Plot to be reserved for Park and Open Spaces and Civic Amenities, if required, as per KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017  

(e) Land use as per Master Plan and the permitted land use as per Zonal Regulations;

(f) Contours of the plot at 1m. intervals along with the levels of the adjoining plots and of the abutting roads;

(g) Location with dimensions and extent of Kharab lands within the plot;

(h) Location of roads of the Master Plan passing through the plot, if any; op real estate project within the jurisdiction of the ULB, shall do a onetime registration with the Authority. 

(i) Location of all natural features such as trees, water bodies (including wells, ponds, storm water drains, etc.) quarries including buffer area, etc.;

(j) Location of city level sewerage and H.T. lines passing through the plot including buffer area;

(k) Railway lines within 30m of the boundary;

(l) Eligibility for relaxation of setbacks as per Common Zonal Regulations;  

The following additional details shall be incorporated in the site plan which is provided along with Plot Approval;

(a)   Building footprint (portion of the floor plan of the building projecting above the ground) for Ground coverage and setbacks and the projections in the upper floors, beyond the footprint area (in dotted line).

(b)   Details of constructions provided in the setback area of the plot, including ramps (along with slope of ramp), driveway and also the parking spaces provided in the open yard.

(c)  Details of the over ground and underground services provided such as water supply, sewerage, power supply and telecommunication system and details of the rain water harvesting system (pipelines, cables, chambers, manholes, transformer and generator yard / substation, STP and pump room, solid waste management plant, etc.)

(d)   Entry and Exit to plot with gate and entry / exit arch details.

(e)   Levels contiguous to the building and the boundaries / corners of the plot.

(f)    Details for identification of neighbouring properties.

(g)    Portion of the plot reserved for Civic Amenities. (c) Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.

C – Requirements of Floor Plan for parking area

The following details shall be provided in the plan of the floor showing parking area (for full or portion of the floor)

(a) Details of entry / exit ramps (ramp from outside the building to the parking floor and ramp between parking floors, as applicable), such as number of ramps, width of the ramp and slope.

(b) width of all driveways in the parking area and the width of the parking bays abutting the driveway.

(c) Width of columns provided in the parking floors and clear spacing between the columns, location of staircases, lifts and toilets.

(d) Level of floor with reference to the ground level contiguous to the building or the road level whichever is considered for the height of the building.

(f) Minimum Setback line from the boundary of the plot and in case of basement floor, the distance between the boundary and the parking floor periphery.

(g) Any other uses proposed within the parking area / floor.

(h) no. of parking bays provided (4 wheeler and 2-wheeler), separately showing single parking, double parking (one behind the other and one above the other – mechanical parking) and automatic parking devices adopted such as car lift etc. (along with the approval of the agencies notified by the Government), as applicable.

(i) Index of drawing as specified in Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.

D – Requirements of Floor Plans of other uses

(1) Residential:

Separate floor plans for each of the typical floors have to be prepared with the following details;

(a) Plan of the dwelling units with areas of sub uses such as foyer, living, dining, bedroom, study, kitchen, bathroom, WC, toilet, balcony etc. mentioned separately. The carpet area (excluding exterior wall and balcony of the dwelling unit) and plinth area (including exterior wall and balcony of the dwelling unit) of the dwelling unit has to be mentioned.

(b) Room dimensions and details of doors, windows, ventilators, duct doors and other openings shall be shown.

(c) All common areas such as staircases and lifts, corridors / passages, service / ventilation ducts, stores, entrance lobby etc.  

(d) Level of floor with reference to the ground level contiguous to the building or the road level whichever is considered for the height of the building.

(f) Minimum Setback line from the boundary of the plot and balconies projecting beyond the setback line. (g) No. of dwelling units in each floor (details of all types of dwelling units) and no. of typical floors. (h) Terrace floor plan with details of open terrace, covered terrace, staircase room, lift / lift machine room, overhead tank, toilets and other permitted constructions in the terrace floor. (If overhead tank and the lift machine room is located one level above the terrace floor, the same has to be specifically mentioned in the Terrace floor plan).  (i) Section lines  (j) Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III. 

(2) Commercial:

Separate floor plans for each of the typical floors have to be prepared with the following details;

(a) Plan of the commercial premises with areas of sub uses such as retail display area, office area, work area, stores, toilet, etc. mentioned separately. The carpet area (excluding exterior wall and balcony of the premises) and plinth area (including exterior wall and balcony of the premises) of the premises has to be mentioned.

(b) Room dimensions and details of doors, windows, ventilators, duct doors and other openings shall be shown.

(c) All common areas such as staircases and lifts, corridors / passages, service / ventilation ducts, stores, entrance lobby etc.

(d) Level of floor with reference to the ground level contiguous to the building or the road level whichever is considered for the height of the building.

(f) Minimum Setback line from the boundary of the plot and balconies projecting beyond the setback line.

(g) No. of premises in each floor and no. of typical floors.

(h) Terrace floor plan with details of open terrace, covered terrace, staircase room, lift / lift machine room, overhead tank, toilets and other permitted constructions in the terrace floor. (If overhead tank and the lift machine room is located one level above the terrace floor, the same has to be specifically mentioned in the Terrace floor plan).

(i) Common toilets requirements and provisions made.

(j) Details of all staircases provided (width, tread, riser, landing, handrail, head room, no. of steps in each flight).

(k) Details of corridors / passage (minimum width required and width provided, parapet details

(l) Section lines (j) Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.  

(3) Other non-residential and non-commercial:

All details similar to that of commercial use except details of no. of premises, carpet area and plinth area of the independent premises in the floors, within the non-residential and non-commercial uses. Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.

E – Requirements of Sections of Building  

Drawings for the vertical sections cut across the floor plans of the building in such a way that any one or more section drawings shall cut across all the main staircases connecting all the respective floors of the building.  

Section drawings shall also be drawn across all the floors wherever the plan of a floor projects outward or recedes inward from the lower floor, including section cut across upper Ground floor and lower ground floor, if applicable.

The section shall also cut across maximum earth cut or fill areas of the plot showing the original ground level and the formed ground level with the proposed retaining wall details. The section shall also show the general foundation details of the building.

The section drawings shall mark all the building components and structural elements (foundation, walls, slab & beams, roof, etc.,) along with the dimensions. The type of material for each component shall also be mentioned. The section drawing shall also show the ground levels contiguous to the building, average ground level contiguous to the building and also the levels of each floor.

The section drawing shall also have the floor to floor height (including mezzanine floor, if applicable) and the height of the building measured from the average ground level contiguous to the building or the road level, as the case may be, to the terrace floor level or the roof level, as the case may be.    Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.   

F – Requirements of Elevation of buildings  

Elevation drawings shall be drawn for all side elevations showing the structural features of the building visible on each elevation such as windows and other openings, slab and other architectural projections. Height of the building with reference to ground level or road level. Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.  

G – Requirements of Drawings for all services provided   

a – Electrical system including use of alternate energy

Electrical drawings of all floors showing the location of electrical fixtures, switch boards, etc., both inside the specific use areas and common areas along with fixture schedule.  Details of electrical ducts (horizontal & vertical), panel room, 11KV sub-station (transformer and other requirements) and generator facilities. Single line diagram of the power distribution system. Details of alternate energy sources provided  (as detailed in Clause 5.3)  

b- Water Supply system

Drawings showing Plumbing pipelines and fixtures inside the toilets of specific use areas and common areas with fixture schedules. Pipeline details in Sanitary ducts and connectivity to overhead and sump tanks and connectivity from Municipal water supply line and water pumping system. Details of Solar water heating system (as detailed in Clause 5.3)  

c – Rain Water harvesting & ground water recharging system

Drawings showing Terrace water collection, filtration and connection to sump tank or ground water recharging pits. Ground water recharging  (as detailed in Clause 10)  

d – Sewerage system

Drawings showing Drainage pipelines and sanitary fixtures inside the toilets of specific use areas and common areas with fixture schedules. Inspection chambers and manholes in the ground and connectivity to Municipal sewer lines or sewage treatment plant. (as detailed in Clause 5.3)  

e – HVAC system

A. Floor Plan

1. Corresponds to submitted or previously approved building plans, including interior layout, room names & uses, wall & roof insulation R-values, door/window/skylight U-factors

2. Location, volume, and/or rates in CFM of exhaust, make-up air, outdoor air and combustion air

3. Location of equipment & appliances, fire, smoke and ceiling radiation dampers, grease duct wraps kitchen hood exhaust duct, grease duct enclosures, suppression systems, controls, monitors, etc.

4. Duct sealing requirements stated 5. HVAC distribution via ductwork, sizing, location  

a. Metal duct gauge, geometry (round, square, rectangular)

 b. Flexible duct diameter, specification  

c. Flexible connector diameter, length limitations

d. Underground duct construction, materials, vapor barriers, insulation (R-values), clearances, cross section, slope  

e. Plenum construction materials and locations  

B. Sections or Details  

1. Insulation for duct or pipe; type, R-value labeling required on plans and in the field  

2. Pipe: size, type, hydronic or gas  

3. Exhaust rates in CFM  

4. Kitchen hood construction information provided  

5. Air transfer to corridors only as allowed by code  

6. Clothes dryer exhaust duct distribution, length, access doors, etc.  

7. Metal duct gauge, geometry, means of fastening, maximum length

 8. Transition duct limitations & requirements

 9. Grease duct wrap defined for manufacturer and type  

10. Hydronic systems have floor assembly which meets minimum under-floor/slab insulation and testing requirements 

C. Equipment Information  

1. Equipment schedules or similar provided which define equipment type, capacities, efficiencies, kitchen hood suppression, as well as associated air rates in CFM

2. Listing shows compliance with ASTM/UL/NFPA/ANSI etc. standards as required to be met by the code

3. Operation, setback/demand control ventilation/operational controls/interlocks sequencing of all equipment, and location of controls

4. Provision of economizer indicated if required as part of installation

5. Provision of make-up air

6. Platform & clearance locations for rooftop equipment defined

7. Roof access indicated on plans (if required)

8. Guardrail location and dimensions for roof equipment as required by code

9. Condensate disposal location indicated

10. Duct smoke detection system (if required)

11. Duct smoke detector locations, model defined, installation defined (on return only or return & supply), sequence of operation defined

12. Control panel location, model

13. Smoke control system

14. Apparatus used (based on submitted calculations)

15. Designate pressure classification of the duct system based on inches w.g.

16. Fire, smoke & ceiling radiation dampers defined for ratings, locations & operations

17. Hydronic systems fully defined for type of, length of, size of, flow rate in pipe; testing requirements addressed, under floor insulation (shall be addressed in building envelope calculations)

18. Structural weight of rooftop equipment listed on plan and associated structural design accounted for  

D. Calculations

1. Room by room heat loss calculations, not just an overall summary

2. Heat gain calculations may be done by area served by appliance (if AC provided)

3. Transmission plus greater of infiltration or ventilation (furnace sizing)

4. Structural calculations provided to verify that weight of proposed appliances does not exceed load bearing capability of roof, mezzanine, platform, etc.

5. Volume of exhaust and outdoor air intake are approximately the same

6. Smoke control system sizing

7. Outside air required for each room/space where different occupancies are served by one appliance  

E. Ventilation Criteria

1. Mechanical ventilation rates used meet minimums listed in SPS Table 364.0403 (or as justified and found acceptable by the Dept.)

2. Natural ventilation as allowed by SPS Table 364.0402

3. Exceptions met and clearly stated on plans or in calculations  

F. Minimum Clearances

1. Exhaust & outside air intakes to property lines & buildings

2. Distance between intake to exhaust ventilation openings

3. Overhead clearances (suspended appliance)

4. Location of intakes above ground/roof

5. Combustible material clearances to heat-producing appliance  

G. Type of fuel used by HVAC equipment

1. Natural Gas

2. Electricity

3. Fuel Oil

4. Wood or pellets  

 H. Combustion Air

1. Provide calculations used to determine if internal building air can be used, or if outside combustion air is required to be provided

2. Define number, location and size of transfer ducts, and louver/grill openings  

I. Balancing Report is Required to be On-Site  

J. Maintenance & Operation Manuals are Required to be Provided to Owner (as detailed in Clause 5.3)  

H – Requirements of Landscape plan

Land scape plan shall be enclosed with the application for building licence in case of building proposed in plots above 4000 sqm. The following details shall be provided in the land scape plan

(a) Building foot print and all other constructions proposed in the yard including details of the over ground and underground services provided such as water supply, sewerage, power supply and telecommunication system and details of the rain water harvesting system (pipelines, cables, chambers, manholes etc.)

(b) Details of the parking spaces and other concreted or paved areas provided in the yard.

(c) Area reserved for park and open spaces (as per the provisions of KTCP (Approval of plot) Rules 2017)

(d) Areas proposed to be developed as green space (including in the areas reserved as park and open spaces)

(e) Type of land landscape, plantation, trees proposed.

(f) Index of drawing as specified in Appendix-III.   

I – Requirements of Circulation Plan and Traffic study & Impact

Detailed calculations of traffic studies conducted in the locality and the impact of the development proposed, on the existing traffic scenario. (as detailed in Chapter 6)  

J – Requirements of Structural Drawings

Structural drawings show the structural support components and details of the proposed project, from the foundation to the rooftop. All structural systems for a building that is designed must be signed and sealed by a licensed engineer. Minimum information requirements for structural drawings include, but are not limited to, the following:  

•  Foundation plans, pile design (with layout), details, sections and all applicable schedules ex.(pile schedules)

•  Slab-on-grade and slab plans, section and details

•  Cast-in-place concrete floor plans

•  Floor framing plans, sections and details

•  Roof framing plans, sections and details

•  Structural steel framing plans, sections and details

•  Pre-engineered building design certificates and drawings

•  Load bearing walls, pads, columns, beams and joists

•  Pre-cast concrete plans, details and sections

•  Connection details for all components

•  Retaining walls

•  Building mounted antennas

•  Large, heavy or high signs

•  Pedestrian bridges, crane runways, and other special structures (as detailed in Chapter 6)  

K – Requirements of Green Building drawings (as detailed in Chapter 10)  

APPENDIX-III

INDEX FOR THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DRAWINGS SUBMITTED  

A – Index of Key Plan  

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Existing and proposed width of roads abutting the plot

7. Marking of North direction   

8. Date of approval   

B –  Index of Site Plan;

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Existing and proposed width of roads abutting the plot

7. Extent of plot

(a) Total extent (as per document, as per site condition and considered for building licence)

(b) Extent to be surrendered for road widening (whether compensation paid – monetary of in the form of DR)  

(c) Extent to be surrendered for P & OS and CA, if applicable.  (

(d) Net area for development              

(e) Net area considered for FAR calculation

8. Land use analysis

(a) Land uses of plot as per Master Plan  

(b) Permitted land uses as per Zonal regulations  

(c) Existing land use of areas in the plot (% of area for roads, Park & Open Space and Civic Amenities, if applicable and % of area for development).

9. Summary of area statement of buildings with floor wise area details and FAR (permitted and proposed including DR / TDR).

10. Ground coverage (permitted and proposed)

11. Setbacks (required and provided)

12. Parking space (required and provided)

13. Public Toilet for Commercial Buildings (required and provided)

14. % of floor areas provided for community facilities, in case of Group housing.

15. Details of Means of Access, if applicable.

16. Marking of North direction   

17. Date of approval   

C – Index of Floor Plan for parking area

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Land use analysis

(a) Land uses of plot as per Master Plan  

(b) Permitted land uses as per Zonal regulations

(c) Proposed land use for different specific uses in the floor (% of floor area for different specific uses in the floor, including the proportionate percentage of common areas) 

6. Summary of area statement, including floor area of buildings with floor wise area details required for calculating parking space requirement.

7. Parking space (required and provided)

8. Date of approval   

D – Index of Floor Plans of other uses

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of area statement of floor with details of total construction areas, areas considered for FAR & exempted from FAR, toilet areas, specific use areas & common areas, areas considered for parking calculations and details of FAR (permitted and proposed including DR / TDR).

7. Schedule of openings

8. Carpet area and plinth area of individual dwelling units and commercial premises in the floor.

9. no. of staircases and lifts (width of each staircase and capacity of each lift)  

10. Public Toilet for Commercial Buildings (required and provided) 11. % of floor areas provided for community facilities, in case of Group housing.

12. No. of seats in case of Assembly buildings and no. of beds in case of hospitals and nursing homes.

18. Date of approval   

E – Index of Sections of Building

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Date of approval   

F – Index of Elevation of buildings

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Date of approval   

G – Index of Drawings for all services provided

 The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of the particular service provided (minimum requirements and provisions made)

 7. Date of approval  

H Index of Landscape plan

 The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of the land scape details provided (type of landscape and tree plantation made)  

7. Date of approval

 I – Index of Circulation Plan and Traffic study & Impact

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of the road network provided in the development plan

7. Summary of traffic study conducted and impact (critical conditions and provisions made)  8. Date of approval  

J – Index of Structural Drawings

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of the structural design and drawings (minimum requirements and provisions made)

 7. Date of approval  

K – Index of Green Building drawings

The details to be contained are as follows

1. Name and address of the Applicant and space for signature

2. Name and address of Professional on record for drawing and space for signature

3. Name and address of the Authority and space for signature of CEO

4. Title of drawing

5. Survey nos., village name, Taluk name and district name where the plot is situated.

6. Summary of the Green building requirements (minimum requirements and provisions made)  

7. Date of approval  

APPENDIX-IV  
DETAILS OF PLANS AND OTHER PARTICULARS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR NOCS FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF BUILDINGS.

(as prescribed by the respective departments)  

APPENDIX-V  
PROCEDURE FOR EMPANELMENT OF PROFESSIONALS BY THE AUTHORITY AND SELECTION OF EMPANELLED PROFESSIONALS
 

The following procedure shall be adopted for empanelling the professionals by therespective ULBs and to select the empanelled professional for site inspection to verify the various components of buildings executed at site and also to certify building licence as notified by the government;

1. The eligibility of empanelled professionals to verify different types of buildings, based on the qualification, experience and competence shall be fixed as notified by the government.

2. Every ULB shall call Expression of Interest from eligible professionals for empanelment.

 3. The ULB shall register the professionals for empanelment as specified in Appendix-I. 

4. The ULB shall select the empanelled professionals for inspecting the site and submitting site inspection report as specified in these byelaws based on the predetermined logic notified by the Government.

 5.The empanelled professional selected by the ULB for inspection of any building site, shall confirm his acceptance to undertake inspection work and submit site inspection report (within the timelines specified in Appendix-VIII), on the same day of receiving intimation from the ULB, failing which the ULB shall select another empanelled professional as per the predetermined logic notified by the Government.  

APPENDIX-VI  
DETAILS OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR BUILDING LICENCE

The following documents shall be submitted along with the application, namely:-

(a) RTC as per date of application;

(b) Extract of Mutation Register;

(c) Copy of the Title document such as Sale Deed, etc.;

(d) Copy of the registered document of GPA / authorisation letter, if applicable;

(e) Joint development Agreement or MOU and affidavit of all the owners of plots amalgamated for approval of plot;

(f) Latest Encumbrance Certificate;

(g) Survey sketch issued by Revenue Department for conversion purpose;

(h) Conversion Order;

(i) LAQ NOC;

(j) All applicable NOCs from other departments;

(k) Photographs of the site (minimum 4 nos., each from north, south, east and west) showing  the natural and built developments within the site and also the abutting roads;  

(l) Copy of the plot approval obtained  

(m) Photo and other identity proof of the applicant;          

(n)       Specifications of the buildings        and

(o) Any other documents notified by the Government;  

APPENDIX-VII  
VARIOUS FEES FOR SANCTION OF BUILDING LICENCE AND OTHER FEES PAYABLE AS PER THESE BYE-LAWS

The following fees shall be paid for sanction of building licence at the rates specified by the ULB or notified by the government.

1. Scrutiny fee

2. Licence fee

3. Infrastructure cess

4. Solid waste management cess

5. Greenery cess

6. Inspection fee

7. Construction and demolition waste disposal cess

8. Labour cess

9. Refundable Security Deposit

10. Fees for respective NOC 

APPENDIX-VIII  
TIMELINES FOR DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES FOR ISSUING BUILDING LICENCE, NOCS AND CERTIFICATION OF WORKS EXECUTED AT SITE AS PER THE CONDITIONS OF NOC, BY DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS, FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF BUILDING.  

Timeline for issuing NOCs  

Explanatory Notes:

1. The above Table and Chart indicates that the processes after the applicant applies for building approval with clear land title and possession of land. Hence,        clearances related to CLU and Land Title has not been considered.  

2. The table illustrates the duration of clearances obtained in Normal course and suggests the reduced duration of 26 days (PreConstruction) if the Approving Authority adopts online sanctions.  

3. Clearances indicated at S Nos. C-J are concurrent with applications at the pre-construction stages, wherein their process of approval can be taken up simultaneously.  

4. Clearances indicated at S Nos. L-N are concurrent with applications during-construction stage, wherein their process of approval can be taken up simultaneously.  

5. S No. P has to be linked with S No. O, once applicant receives the Completion Certificate, service plan clearances and connections would be deemed to be sanctione

Timeline for issuing building licence 

Timeline  for  issuing  building  licence

Sl. No

Description  of Standard Activities

Description of   Additional Activities

Timelines  for  different  types  of  approvals  for  different  types  of  buildings  (based  on  height)

Act. (A)
/Cum. (C)**

B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

a*

b*

c*

a*

b*

c*

a*

b*

c*

a*

b*

c*

a*

b*

c*

 

Activities  for  all  types  of  Approval  of  Plot

1

The  CEO  of the Authority         to
verify               the documents submitted along   with   the
application.

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

C

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

 

Issuing endorsement
in       case       of discrepancy

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

Applicant       to
rectify           the
defects        and resubmit     the documents and acceptance    of the    same    by the  designated
officer

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

4

Evaluation      of the      Technical drawings     and details submitted   and acceptance     of the     same     by TPO       or       the empanelled professionals or                      the
designated officers,  as  the case  may  be,  if the  documents submitted     are accepted         by the    CEO    and also verification     of compliance     of conditions incorporated for       obtaining NOCs           from different departments.

 

A

2

2

2

3

3

3

4

4

4

6

6

6

5

5

5

C

3

3

3

4

4

4

6

6

6

9

9

9

8

8

8

5

Submission    of evaluation report     to     the CEO,    with    or
without changes

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

3

3

3

4

4

4

6

6

6

9

9

9

8

8

8

6

CEO                    to
approve         the technical drawings     and details submitted, with                 the
changes recommended by   the   TPO   or
the  empanelled profesional or

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

4

4

4

5

5

5

7

7

7

10

10

10

9

9

9

 

the   designated
officer,   as   the case  may be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

Issuing endorsement by      TPO,      in case                   of
discrepancy  in                     the
Technical
details submitted

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

8

 

Applicant       to
rectify           the
defects        and resubmit     the technical drawings    and details         and acceptance    of the    same    by the      TPO      or the empanelled professional  or                     the
designated
officer,   as   the case  may be.

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

 

9

CEO                    to
forward application, technical drawings     and details submitted      for NOCs,    to    the concerned departments, along            with
required       fees paid      by      the applicant,         if the       technical drawings     and details submitted      by the      applicant
is  approved  by the  CEO.

 

A

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

_

-

-

-

-

-

-

10

CEO                    to
forward          the required details    to    the selected empanelled professional  for                    site
inspection       to verify    the    site plan
submitted.

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

5

5

5

6

6

6

8

8

8

11

11

11

10

10

10

11

Site   inspection &     submission of       Inspection report               by empanelled professional,  to the   CEO,   with or            without noting                of
discrepancy.

 

A

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

C

7

7

7

8

8

8

10

10

10

13

13

13

12

12

12

12

Approval          of Site   Inspection Report              by
the   CEO,   by

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

8

8

8

9

9

9

11

11

11

14

14

14

13

13

13

 

accepting        or
rejecting        the
noting                of discrepancy,   if any.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

Issuing endorsement in       case       of discrepancy  in      the      Site Inspection Report
accepted        by the  CEO

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

14

 

Applicant       to
rectify           the
defects        and resubmit     the respective drawing      and detail    as    per the endorsement and acceptance    of
the    same    by the  TPO

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

 

Receipt   of   all required  NOCs         from
the   respective departments.

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

On    receipt    of all the  required NOCs             and approval of site inspection report    by    the CEO,  the   CEO to  sanction  the building licence          and
forward          the
challan            for
payment           of
fees,      to      the applicant.

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

C

9

9

9

10

10

10

12

12

12

15

15

15

14

14

14

 

Payment           of Fees    by    land owner                  /
promoter        for the   NOCs   and building licence.

 

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

CEO    to    issue building licence  and  the NOCs   received from                 the concerned
departments.

 

A

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

C

10

10

10

11

11

11

13

13

13

17

17

17

16

16

16

 

 

 

C- Cumulative timeline upto that activity 
** -  A – Timeline for each activity

b- addition / Alteration c-revised licence*a – new construction

APPENDIX-IX

PROCEDURE FOR SITE INSPECTION BY EMPANELLED PROFESSIONALS AND SUBMISSION OF SITE INSPECTION REPORT.  

The following procedure shall be followed for Site inspection and submission of Site Inspection report.

1. CEO shall intimate the selected Empanelled Professional or the designated officer, as the case may be, to inspect the site and submit Site inspection report within the timelines prescribed in Appendix-VIII.  

2. CEO shall forward copies of the relevant documents and drawings submitted by the Applicant, to the selected empanelled professional or designated officer, which are required to be verified at site.

3. The empanelled professional, shall intimate the Applicant and the Profession on record for drawings, tentative time and date (three options) for Site Inspection on the same day of receiving intimation from CEO and to be present at the site on the agreed date & time either in person or through his authorised representative along with the person who has conducted survey using total intelligent station.

4. The applicant and the professional on record, in mutual consent, shall select any one of the three options provided by the empanelled professional or designated officer, for site inspection and intimate the same to the Empanelled professional or designated officer. If the Applicant / professional on record does not intimate the Empaneled Professional or designated officer regarding the preferred date & time for site inspection, the empanelled professional or designated officer shall fix the site inspection at his convenient date and time (from the three options given by him) and intimate the applicant and the professional on record regarding the same.

5. The Empanelled professional or the designated officer shall inspect the site at the time and date jointly agreed by the Applicant and the professional on record for drawings or on the date fixed by the empanelled professional or the designated officer.

6. During the site inspection on the date and time fixed as mentioned in (5) above, in the presence of the applicant and professional on record or in their absence, as the case may be, the empanelled professional on record or the designated officer shall verify the site conditions for the following details submitted by the applicant.  

(a) Photographs of the plot (by taking photographs from all four sides of the plot).

(b) Existing width of all roads abutting the plot  

(c) Location of all natural features in the plot

(d) Location of city level sewer lines and HT lines passing through the plot.

(e) Building footprint and other constructions proposed on the site.

7. The empanelled professional shall mention any missing items (from the list mentioned in (6) above) or deviations (between the details submitted by the applicant and site conditions), in the site inspection report.

8. If the Applicant and professional on record are present during the site inspection, the empanelled professional shall note the acceptance or objections, as the case may be, of the observations made by the empanelled professional in the site inspection report, regarding the missing items or deviations. The empanelled professionals shall send the site inspection report with noting of deviations, if any, in the prescribed format, to the Authority, within the timelines specified in AppendixVIII.  

APPENDIX-X

VALIDITY PERIOD OF SANCTION AFTER COMMENCEMENT OF WORK AT SITE AND EXTENSION OF VALIDITY.

1. Validity period for commencement of work – 2 years  

2. Initial validity period for completion of work

a) B1, B2 and B3 buildings – 2 years from the date of commencement of work

b) B4 and B5 buildings – 3 years from the date of commencement of work

3. Extension of validity Extension of validity may be permitted by paying yearly revalidation fee as prescribed  

 APPENDIX-XI

DETAILS TO BE MAINTAINED IN THE SITE/ SITE OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTION SITE.

The person to whom a permit is issued shall, during construction keep, posted in a conspicuous place on the property in respect of which the permit was issued  

a) A copy of the building permit;

 b) A copy of the approved drawings and specifications of the property in respect of which the permit was issued.  

c) Where tests of any materials are made to ensure conformity with the requirements of the Bye-laws, records of test data shall be kept available for inspection during the construction of the building and for such a period thereafter as required by the Authority.  

APPENDIX-XII

STAGES OF CERTIFICATION OF VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF BUILDING EXECUTED AT SITE BY EMPANELLED PROFESSIONALS

1. Commencement of work

2. Completion of foundation

3. Completion of each RCC slab (floors and terrace)

4. Exterior masonry completion in each floor

5. Completion of building exterior works and common areas

6. Completion of yard works and services

7. Completion of all works   

APPENDIX-XIII

A. REQUIREMENT OF NUMBER AND TYPE OF LIFTS

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 

Sl.

No.

 

 

No.of

floor

 

 

Capacity

of lifts in person

 

 

Speed

m/s

 

 

No. of persons that can be carried by a lift

In 6 min

In 30 min

In 50 min

In 60 min

Manually

operated

Automatic

Manually

operated

Automatic

 

Manually

operated

Automatic

Manually

operated

Automatic

1

7

6

0.6-0.75

17

-

102

-

170

-

204

-

2

7

8

0.6-0.75

22

-

132

-

220

-

-

-

3

7

10

0.6-0.75

26

-

156

-

260

-

312

-

4

7

10

1.0

30

-

180

-

 

300

360

-

5

7

13

1.0

37

-

122

-

370

-

444

-

6

11

6

0.6-0.75

11

-

70

-

115

-

140

-

7

11

8

0.6-0.75

15

-

90

-

150

-

180

-

8

11

10

0.6-0.75

18

-

108

-

180

-

216

-

9

11

13

0.6-0.75

22

-

132

-

220

-

264

-

10

11

10

1.0

21

-

126

-

210

-

252

-

11

11

10

1.5

24

-

144

 

240

-

288

-

12

11

13

1.5

28

-

156

-

260

-

312

-

13

11

13

1.5

32

-

180

-

300

-

-

-

14

16

10

1.0

17

-

100

126

170

210

-

252

15

16

13

1.5

20

24

120

145

200

240

248

290

16

16

13

1.5

23

30

138

180

138

300

-

360

17

16

16

1.5

25

33

150

198

150

330

300

356

18

21

10

1.5

18

32

108

132

108

220

214

264

19

21

13

1.5

21

26

126

156

126

250

250

312

20

21

14

1.5

23

28

138

168

138

280

-

-

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. Note-1:

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  occupies (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 m.  

11 floors         33.0 m.  

16 floors         48.0 m.

 21 floors         64.0 m.

Table: Number and types of lifts for Residential Building 

Sl.
No.

No.   of floors

No

Passenger unit capacity Persons

Speed in  m/s

Landing Gate Type

Central System

Service Lift  No.

Capacity Persons

Type of Gate

Central System

1

5 to 8

2

6

0.0     to 0.5

*

Automatic push button operation both      from
car           and landing

-

-

-

-

2

9        to
11

2

8

0.6     to 1

*

--Do--

1

8

-

Push button   can handle switch
control

3

11      to 13

2
1

8
6

0.6     to 0.74

*
Power operated
doors

--  Do--  and without collection system
-- do --

1

8

-

-- do --

4

13      to 19

2
2

8
8

1
1

-
Power operated doors

--Do--

1

8

-

--Do—


Table: Dimensions and required information for Lift Installation in Building *  For buildings more than 15 m in height collapsible gates shall not be permitted.  (see bye-law No. 7.9.1(f) )

Carrying capacity of          lift (persons) number

Load (kg)

Lift speed

Dimension of  lift  well front depth      (in cm.)

(cm)

Leading Pit Entrance (Cm)

Dimension        of Machine  Room

Clearance from    top floor landing to machine room flooring
cm

Imposed       load       in tones  on  top  of  lift well             due            to installation.   It   may be          noted         that figures         do         not include     weight     of the    machine    from
floors  and  well,  etc.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

4

272

Up    to    &
including 1 m/s

175

115

70

140

230

275

245

450

6.5

6

408

--do--

195

135

80

140

230

335

275

450

7.0

8

544

Up    to    & including
1 m/s

200

170

80

150

245

395

275

450

8.5

10

680

Up    to    & including
1 m/s

225

170

90

150

245

395

305

470

10.5

13

884

--do--

235

188

90

150

245

425

335

470

13.0

16

1088

--do--

255

205

105

150

245

520

335

480

15.0

20

1360

--do--

255

220

105

150

245

520

335

480

15.0

 

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.  

B. REQUIREMENT FOR ELECTRICAL SUB STATION

Spaces for Electrical Installations  

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

Electric Sub-station

 The norms given in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 shall be adopted for provision of space for sub-station.

Area Requirements for Sub-Station for buildings 

Sl.No.

Total covered Area

Transformer Capacity

Sub-Station Size

 

(Sq.m)

(KVA)

Required (Sq.m)

1

2500

1 X 400

70

2

4500

1 X 630

70

3

8000

2 X 630

100

4

10,000

2 X 630

130

5

15,000

4 X 630

160

6

20,000

5 X 630

175

7

25,000

6 X 630

200

8

30,000

7 X 630

220

Note:

 1. For additional 1000 Sq.m. 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.m. 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 m. depth, the layout for which will be given at the time of actual construction. For this purpose, a dummy floor of 0.6 m. 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 ton 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 m. X 4 m. 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 4mX1m and for every additional switch the length should be increased by 1m.

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 than 6 m. X 9 m. may be provided for housing a standby Generator set of 50 KW 

Location of electric sub-station in basement of multistoried 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 selfclosing 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 15m.

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, airconditioning, 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 substation 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 m. depth. Dummy floor of 0.6 m. depth be provided to facilitate laying of cables inside the building connecting to equipment. Fire retarding cables should be provided 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 is 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 multistoried buildings at undesirable locations, proper provision in the form of vertical exhaust leading to above terrace level should be made for the substation.

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.    

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 m.

4. The areas given above in respect of the different categories of 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 sub-station shall be at least 15 cm above the highest flood water level that may be anticipated in the locality.

Cable Trenches Shafts Etc.

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.

2 Location of Switch Room: In large installations other than where a substation 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 bell systems. Telephone installation should be suitably segregated.

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.

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. GENERAL 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 substation equipment and distribution pillars at the substation shall be provided compulsorily.  

APPENDIX-XIV  
PROVISION FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED

1. Definitions Ambulant Disabled People: Disabled who are able to walk but who may depend on prostheses (Artificial Limbs) or those (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 Centers, Youth Clubs, Sport Centers, Sport Pavilions, Boat Club Houses, Ice Rinks, Bowling Centers, Swimming Pools, Police Stations, Law Courts, Courts Houses, Sport Stadiums, Theatres, Concert Halls, Cinemas, Auditoria’s, 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 Theatres, Concert Halls, Cinemas and Auditoria provisions shall be made for nonambulant 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 Centers, 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, Laboratories, 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: All Building requirements for building projects proposed under this category shall be conforming to Annex D, Part 3 of NBC 2005.  

APPENDIX-XV  
ACCREDITATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS (QUALIFIED BUILDING AUDITORS)  

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC), through qualified agencies shall accredit the Qualified Building Environment Auditors (QBEAs). The Qualified Building Environment Auditors could be a firm /organization or an individual expert, who fulfils the requirements. The Ministry will implement this process of accreditation through Quality Council of India (QCI), National Productivity Council or any other organization identified by the Government. The organizations like Indian Green Building Council, Bureau of Energy Efficiency etc. can also be associated in the process of accreditation, training, and renewal. The environmental consultants accredited by the QCI for building sector will be qualified as QBEAs. The QBEAs will meet the following criteria. The accrediting agency can improvise on these criteria.

Qualifications of the Auditor:

a. Education: Architect (Degree or Diploma), Town Planners (Degree), Civil Engineer / Mechanical Engineer (Degree or Diploma), PG in Environmental Science or any other qualification as per the scheme of the accreditation.

Training:

b. Mandatory training to be given by the accreditation body or their approved training providers. This will be as per the scheme of the accreditation.

Experience:

c. At least 3 years of work experience in the related field or building sector Environment Impact Assessment consultants accredited by QCI or any other experience criteria as per the scheme of the accreditation.

Infrastructure and equipment:

d. As per the scheme of the accreditation  

Renewal:

e. The accreditation will be valid for 5 years and will be renewed as per the process developed under the accreditation scheme

Accountability/Complaint redressal mechanism: Any complaints regarding the quality of the work of QBEAs shall be made to the accreditation body. The accreditation body shall evaluate the complaint and take appropriate action including black listing or cancellation of the accreditation with wide public notice. This will be in addition to the action at the level of local authority for penalty and blacklisting. The Ministry can also take such action in case of specific complaint or feedback.  

APPENDIX-XVI  
ENVIRONMENTAL CELL AT THE LEVEL OF LOCAL AUTHORITY  

An Environmental Cell shall be setup at the local authority level to support compliance and monitoring of environmental conditions in buildings. The Cell shall also provide assistance in environmental planning and capacity building within their jurisdiction. The responsibility of this cell would be monitoring the implementation of this notification and providing an oversight to the ThirdParty Auditing process. The cell will operate under the local authority. Constitution of the cell: The cell will comprise of at least 3 dedicated experts in following fields:

a. Waste management (solid and liquid)

b. Water conservation and management

c. Resource efficiency including Building materials

d. Energy Efficiency and renewable energy 

e. Environmental planning including air quality management.

f. Transport planning and management. The Cell shall induct at least two outside experts as per the requirements and background of dedicated experts. Existing environmental cells at the level of local authority can be co-opted and trained for this Cell.  

Financial Support: An additional fee may be charged along with processing fee for building License for integrating environmental conditions and it’s monitoring. The local authority can fix and revise this additional fee from time to time. The amount of this fee shall be deposited in a separate bank account, and used for meeting the requirement of salary / emoluments of experts and running the system of online application, verifications and the Environmental Cell.

Functions of the Cell:

1. The cell shall be responsible for assessing and appraising the environmental concerns of the area under their jurisdiction where building activities are proposed. The Cell can evolve and propose additional environmental conditions as per requirements. These conditions may be area specific and shall be notified in advance from time to time. These additional conditions shall be approved following a due consultation process. These environmental conditions will be integrated in building Licenses by the sanctioning authority.

2. Develop and maintain an online system for application and payment of fees. The Cell shall maintain an online database of all applications received, projects approved, the compliance audit report, random inspections made. The Cell shall maintain a portal for public disclosure of project details including self-certification and compliance audit reports filed by the Qualified Building Environment Auditors for public scrutiny of compliance of environmental conditions by the project.

3. Monitoring the work of Environmental Audit process carried by the Qualified Building Auditors.

4. The Cell shall review the applications; finalize the additional environmental conditions if required within 30 days of the submission of the application to the local authority.

5. The Cell shall adopt risk based random selection of projects for verifying on site for certification of QBA, compliance of environmental conditions and five yearly audit report.

6.  The Cell shall recommend to the local authority for financial penalty for non-compliance of environmental conditions by the project proponent.

7.  The Cell shall recommend to the accrediting body and the local authority against any Qualified Building Environment Auditor, if any lapse is found in their work.  

APPENDIX-XVII  
CATEGORIES OF MATERIALS OF STORAGE OF WAREHOUSE AS PER COMBUSTION RISK.

A. Non-combustible materials:

 Articles (which are Non- Combustible, Non -Flammable, Non -Corrosive, Non -toxic, Non-poisonous,Non-Explosive) such as Cement, brick, mortar, hardware items, metals in solid bar/metal goods (excluding those having melting point below 1000 o C)

B. Combustible Materials in following 4 sub categories 

Category

 

Material Specifications

 

Stacking Height

Medium

(in m)

High

(in m)

Category I

Articles such as Carpets, Non synthetic/synthetic yarn and fabrics. Mechanical and electrical goods (dominantly metal parts), Glassware and crockery, fibreboards, groceries, metal goods,  Papers  other  than  those  listed  under  categories Moderate  and  High,  Powdered  and  canned  foods,Plastic/glass bottles containing non-flammable liquids, etc

4

6.5

Category II

Articles such as Batteries, Baled cotton/synthetic fibers,Books, Baled cork, Baled waste paper, Cartons containing alcohols ( in cans/bottles), Cartons of canned lacquers which dry  by  solvent  evaporation,  Chipboard,  Cardboard  rolls (horizontally Stored), Cereals/Grains/Foodstuff/ Flour/Sugar in sacks, Cellulose/Cellulose pulp, Electrical goods other than those stated in Category low, Flammable liquids in non-combustible  containers,  Leather  goods,  Palletized  liquor stocks, Plastics (non-foamed, other than cellulose nitrate), Rolled pulp and paper and asphalted paper (Horizontal storage), Veneer sheets, Wooden patterns, Metal/wooden furniture with plastic seats, etc.

3

5.5

Category III

Articles  such  as  Bitumen/Wax  coated  paper,  Candles, Carbon black, Card board rolls (vertically stored), Charcoal, Coal> cellulose nitrate, Foamed plastic and foam rubber products,  Flammable  liquids  in  combustible  containers, Linoleum products, Matches, Plastics other than those stated in Category Moderate, Rolled pulp and paper and asphalted paper (vertical storage), Rubber goods including tyres and tubes, Sawn timber, Ventilated wood stacks, Waxed and asphalt coated papers and containers in cartons, Wood wool, wooden pallets and flats (idle), Ail materials having wrappings or pre-formed containers of foamed plastics, etc.

2

4.5

Category IV

Off cuts and random pieces of foamed plastic or rubber rolls of sheets of foamed plastic or foamed rubber, Foam mattress, Expanded polystyrene packaging, Foam upholstery, etc.

1.25

3.5

 

EXP

 

 The deflector of the sprinkler fitted in the ceiling shall be at more than 1.5 m from the goods stored below. However, in case of jute storage, no jute stock shall reach within 2 m of the deflectors of the sprinkler heads

Goods stored not higher than what is stated above for the appropriate category or not higher than the eaves height of the roofs or within 1 m of a flat ceiling whichever is the lowest shall be regarded as moderate hazard storage. If the above conditions are not met, the risk shall be regarded as high hazard storage 

 In case of storage in racks or shelves, if the height of storage is more than               what is specified, intermediate sprinklers shall be provided for each                      shelf/rack in addition to the ceiling sprinklers and overall design density          and AMAO shall be maintained as per Table 5 of IS: 15105

The aisle width between the storage stacks shall not be less than 2.5 m and the maximum area of each storage stack shall not be more than 15.0..m2. If these parameters are exceeded, the design density applicable shall be loaded by 2.5 L/min/m2

 In case of mixed storage (both moderate and high hazard storage) in            buildings, the parameters will be governed by the most hazardous           occupancy 


1.  Any new use which increase the number of occupants to a figure comparable with other classes of occupancy shall change the classification of the building to that of the new use (for example, Warehouse used \ for office purposes).Notes:

2. Ware house buildings shall not include any article which is highly combustible or explosive materials or products which are liable to bum with extreme rapidity and or which may produce poisonous fumes or explosions for storage, handling and which involve highly corrosive, toxic or noxious alkalis, acids or other liquids or chemicals producing flame, fumes and explosive, poisonous, irritant or corrosive gases; and for the storage, handling of any material producing explosive mixtures of dust which result in the division of matter in to fine particles subject to spontaneous ignition as such buildings fall in Hazardous Building Category.

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