Requirements- I



RULES
THE MADHYA PRADESH BHUMI VIKAS RULES, 1984

PART V - GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS
 

(i) Classification

54. Classification of Buildings.- Buildings are classified on the basis of occupancy as follows :-
(a) Residential;
(b) Educational;
(c) Institutional;
(d) Assembly;
(e) Business;
(f) Meracantile (Will include both retail and wholesale stores);
(g) Industrial (Will include low, moderate and high fire hazards);
(h) Storage;
(i) Hazardous.
(ii) Open Spaces (within a Plot)
55.General – (1) Every room intended for human habitation shall abut on an interior or exterior open space or an open verandah open to such interior or exterior open space.                                               (2) Open spaces to cater for lighting and ventilation requirement.- The open spaces inside or around building have essentially to cater for the lighting and ventilation requirements of the rooms abutting such open spaces and in the case of building abutting streets in the front, rear or sides, the open spaces provided shall be sufficient for the future widening of such streets.
(3) Open spaces separate for each building or wing.- The open spaces shall be separate or distinct for each building and where a building has two more wings, each wing shall have separate or distinct open spaces for the purposes of light and ventilation of the wings.
(4) Separation between accessory and main buildings more than 7 meter in height shall not be less than 1.5 meters. For buildings up to 7 meters in height no such separation shall be required.
56. Residential Buildings.- Exterior open spaces.- (1) Front open spaces.-(a) 
Every building facing street shall have a front space, forming an integral part of the site as below :-     

Front open space Min. Width of street facing the plot
(i) 1.5 meters* up to 7.5 meters
(ii) 3.0 meters 7.5 to 18 meters
(iii) 4.5 meters 18 to 30 meters
(iv) 6.0 meters above 30 meters.

For building up to a maximum height of 7 meters.                                                                                  Note.- In case the two or more sides of the building front a street, the values apply to the average width subject to a minimum of 1.8 meters for cases (ii),(iii) and (iv).
(b) For streets less than 7.5 meters in width the distances of the building (building line) shall be at 5 meters from the center line of the street.
Note- This limiting distance has to be determined by the Authority for the individual road/street width taking into account the traffic flow.
(2) Rear Open Space.- (a) Every residential building shall have a rear open space, forming an integral part of the site of an average width of 3 meters and at no place measuring less than 1.8 meters except in the case of back-to-back sit the width of the rear open space shall be 3 meters throughout. Subject to the condition of free ventilisation, the open space left up to half the width of the plot shall also be taken into account for calculating the average width of the rear open space. For plots of depth less than 9 meters, for buildings up to 7 meters in height, the rear open space may be reduced to 1.5 meters.                                                                                                                        (b) Rear open space to extend through the rear wall.- The rear open space shall be co-extensive with the entire face of the rear wall. If a building abuts on two or more streets, such rear open space shall be provided through-out the entire face of the rear wall. Such rear wall shall be the wall on the opposite side of the face of the building abutting on the wider street unless the Authority otherwise directs.
(3) Side open space.-(a) Every semi-detached and detached building shall have a permanently open airspace, forming integral part of the site as below :-
(i) For detached buildings there shall be minimum side open spaces or 5 meters on both the sides.
*Note.- For detached residential building up to7 meters in height on plots with a frontage less than 12 meters one of the side open space may be reduced to 1.5 meters.
(ii) For semi- detached building there shall be a minimum side open space of 3 meters on one side
Note.- For Semi-detached building up to 7 meters in height on plots with a frontage less than 9 meters [see rule 53 (i)] the side open space may be reduced to 1.5 meters.
(iii) For row-type buildings, no side open space is required.
(b) In the case of semi-detached buildings, the open spaces provided on one side shall be as in this sub-rule and all habitable rooms shall abut either on this side open space or front and rear open spaces or an interior open space.
(4) Provision of sub-rule (2) and (3) not to apply to certain parking lock up garage.- The provisions of sub-rules (2) and (3) are not applicable to parking lock up garage up to 3 meters in height located at a distance of 7.5 meters from any street line or from boundary of the plot.
(5) Provision of sub-rule (1) to (3) to apply to residential building up to 10 meters in height.-The open spaces mentioned in sub-rules (1) to (3) shall be for
residential buildings up to height of 10 meters.
(6) Open space for building of more than 10 meters height.- For building of height above 10 meters the open spaces (sides and rear) shall be as given in Table 5. The front open spaces for increasing heights of building shall be governed by rule 62 (a).                                                             

 TABLE 5
Open spaces for different height of buildings
[Rule 56 (6) ]

S. No Height of building in meters Open space to be left around building excepting front on plot in meters
1 10 3
2 15 5
3 18 6
4 21 7
5 24 8
6 27 9
7 30 10
8 35 11
9 40 12
10 45 13
11 50 14
12 53 and above 16

Note 1 :- For buildings above 24 meters in height, there shall be a minimum front open space of 6 meters.
Note 2.-Where rooms do not derive light and ventilation from exterior open space the width of such exterior open space as given in column (3) may be reduced by 1 meter subject to a minimum of 3 meters and maximum of 8 meters. No further projections shall be permitted .
Note.3- If the length or depth of the building exceeds 40 meters, add to column (3) 10 per cent of length or depth of building minus 4.0 meters.
(7) Height of Building subject to front open space.-The front open space would govern the height of the building (See Rule 62).
(8) Interior open spaces.-(a) Inner Courtyard- (i) The whole of one side of every room excepting bath, water closet and store room and not abutting on either the front, rear or side(s) open spaces shall abut on an inner courtyard, whose minimum width shall be 3 meters.
(ii) Further the inner courtyard shall have an area, throughout its height, of not less than the square of one-fifth the height of the highest wall abutting the courtyard; provided that when any room (excluding staircase bay and bathroom and water closet ) is dependent for its light and ventilation on an inner courtyard, the dimension shall be such as is required for each wing of the building.
(iii) Where only water closet and bath room are abutting on the interior courtyard, the size of the interior courtyard shall be in line with the provision for ventilation shaft as given in clause (b).
(b) Ventilation Shaft.- For ventilating the spaces for water closet and bath room if not opening on the front. side. rear and interior open spaces, shall open on to the ventilation shaft, the size of which shall not be less than the values given below :-

Height of buildings in
meters
Size of ventilation shaft in
square meters
Minimum size of shaft
in meters
Up to 10  1.2 0.9
12 2.8 1.2
18 4.0 1.5
24 5.4 1.8
30 8.0 2.4
above 30 9.0 3.0

Note 1.- For buildings above 30 meters mechanical ventilation system, shall be installed besides the provision of minimum ventilation shaft.
Note 2.- For fully air-conditioned residential buildings for lodging purposes the ventilation shaft need not be insisted provided the air-conditioning system works in an un-interrupted manner; also there is an alternate source of power supply.
(c) Outer Courtyard. - The minimum width of outer courtyard (distinguished from its depth) shall be not less than 24 meters. If the width of the outer courtyard is less than 2.4 meters, than it shall be treated as a notch and the provisions of outer courtyard shall not apply. However. if the depth of outer courtyard is more than the width. the provisions of rule 55 (3) shall apply for the open spaces to be left between the wings.
(9) Joint open air space.- (a) Every such interior or exterior open air space. unless the latter is a street, shall be maintained for the benefit of such building exclusively and shall be entirely within the owner's own premises. 
(b) If such interior or exterior open air space is intended to be used for the benefit of more than one building belonging to the same owner, then the width of such open air space shall be one specified for the tallest building as specified in sub-rules (5) and (6) of Rule 56 abutting on such open air space.                                                                                                                                                      (c) If such interior or exterior open air space is jointly owned by more than one person, then its width shall also be as specified in rule 59 provided that every such person agrees in writing to allow his portion of such joint open air space to be used for the benefit of every building abutting on such joint open air space and provided he sends such written consent to the Authority for record. Such common open space shall henceforth be treated as a permanently open air space required for the purposes of these rules. No. boundary wall between such joint open air space shall be erected
or raised to a height of more than 2.0 meters.
57. Open spaces for other occupancies.- Open spaces or other occupancies shall be as follows :-
(a) Educational Buildings. - Except for nursery school, the open spaces around the building shall be not less than 6 meters.
(b) Institutional Building.- The open spaces around the building shall not be less than 6 meters. and
(c) Assembly Building.- The open space at front shall not be less than 12 meters and the other spaces around the building shall not be less than 6 meters.
Note.- However if assembly buildings are permitted in purely residential zones, the open spaces around the building shall not be less than 12 meters.
(d) Business, Mercantile and Storage Buildings- The open spaces around buildings shall not be less than 4.5 meters. Where these are situated in purely residential zone or residential with shops line zone, the open spaces may be relaxed.
(e) Industrial Buildings. - The open spaces around the building shall not be less than 4.5 meters for heights up to 16 meters with an increase of the open spaces of 0.25 meters for every increase of 1 meter or fraction thereof in height above 16 meters.
(f) Hazardous Occupancies. - The open space around the building shall be as specified for industrial buildings [see clause (e) above].
58. Projections.- (1) Projection into open spaces- Every open space provided either interior or exterior shall be kept free from erection thereon and shall be open to the sky except as below :-
(a) Cornice, roof or weather shade not more than 0.75 meter wide;
(b) Sunshade over window/ventilators or other openings not more than 0.75 meters wide;                  (c) Canopy at level not lower than lintel level of the first floor, but not to be used as a sit out with clearance of 1.5 meters between the plot boundary and the canopy;
*(d) Projected balcony at higher floors of width not more than 1.20 meters; Provided that the balcony area may be merged with the adjoining room to the extent of 10 per cent of the floor area; and
(e) Projection rooms balconies [see clause (d) at alternate floors such that rooms of the lower two floors get light and air and the projection being not more than the height of the storey immediately below. 
However these projections into open spaces shall not reduce the minimum required open front, rear or side spaces.
(2) Accessory Building - The following accessory buildings may be permitted in the open spaces: -
(a) In existing building, sanitary block of 2.4 meters in height subject to a maximum of 4 square meters in the rear open space at a distance of 1.5 meters from the rear boundary may be permitted.
(b) Parking lock up garages not exceeding 2.6 meters from plinth level in height and an area not exceeding 20 square meters shall be permitted in the side or rear open spaces at a distance of 7.5 meters from any road line or the front boundary of the plot :
Provided that the space allowed for garage may be permitted to be used for any other purposes and construction up to one more floor on it may be allowed. However, the area so allowed shall be included in the covered area but shall be treated as an exception to open space; and
(c) Suction tank and pump room each up to 2.5 square meter in area.
(3) Projections into street.- In existing built up or congested areas no projection of any sort whatever except sun-shade extending more than 23 centimeters below a height of 4.3 meters shall projects over the road or over any drain or over any portion outside the boundaries of the side provided that the projection arising out of the vertical part of the rain water spouts projecting at the road level or the water pipe may be permitted in accordance with the drainage plan:
Provided that in congested shopping streets not having heavy vehicular traffic, the Authority may as a special case allow projection of balconies not more than 0.75 meter in width over footpaths at a height not lower than 3.65 meters from the center line of the street.
(4) Porticos in existing developed area. - Porticos in Bazar areas of existing developed areas may be permitted to project on road land subject to the following limitations :-
(a) porticos may be allowed on such roads leaving a minimum clear space of 19 meters between kerbs;
(b) it shall not be less than 3 meters wide;
(c) nothing shall be allowed to be constructed on the portion which shall be used as an open terrace;
(d) nothing shall be allowed to project beyond the line or arcades; and
(e) the space under the portico shall be paved and channeled according to the directions of the authority.
(5) Sunshades over windows and ventilators.- Projections of sunshades over windows or ventilators in existing built-up or congested areas when permitted by the Authority shall fulfill the following conditions :-
(a) No sun-shade shall be permitted over the road or over any drain or over any portion outside the boundaries of the site below a height of 2.8 meters from the road level;
(b) Sunshades provided above a height of 2.8 meters from the ground level shall be permitted to project up to a maximum width of 60 centimeters of the road over which they project exceeds 9 meters in width; and 
(c) No Sunshade shall be permitted on roads less than 9 meters width or on roads having no footpath.
59. Limitation to open spaces - (1) Safeguard against reduction of open spaces- No construction work on a building shall be allowed if such work operates to reduce an open air space of any other adjoining building belonging to the same owner to an extent less than what is prescribed at the time of the proposed work or to reduce further such open space if it is already less than that prescribed.
(2) Additions or Extensions to a building.- Additions or extensions of building shall be allowed provided the open spaces for the additions or extensions would satisfy rule 56 after such additions or extensions are made.
60. Group housing.- (1) Multi-storied blocks to be preferred- Group housing development may preferably be in multistoried blocks; it shall not be a customary subdivision of land into streets and plots. The layout plan shall be governed by good design standards suiting the site and socio-economic requirements of the occupants as may in its discretion be decided by the Authority.
(2) Access to dwelling in low- cost housing.- Access to dwellings in low cost housing for weaker sections of the society shall be provided with footpaths and their width shall be governed by design requirements. The footpaths shall open on a residential street or cul-de-sac or loop street or preferably 6 meters width.
(3) Minimum size of plots. - The minimum size of the plots for this type of development shall be 5000 square meters.
(4) No limitation on floors and height. - No limit to floors and height shall be applicable except in areas near protected monuments and airports etc., but the coverage and floor area ratio for various densities may be as given in Table 6 unless otherwise provided in the Development plan.

 S.No.  Gross residential density Persons/Hectare Maximum coverage in per cent. Floor area ratio
1 125 25 0.75
2 250 30 1.25
3 425 33 1/3 1.50
4 500 35 1.75
5 625 35 2.00

Note.- The coverage shall be calculated on the basis of the whole area reserved for group housing after deducting-
(i) the area of any highway, any road up to 25 Meters and major residential road of 18 Meters wide road around the Group Housing Area (residential street, loop street, cul-de-sac ,service lanes and footpaths shall not be deducted);
(ii) the area of school (excluding sites for Nursery Schools) and other community facilities within the Group Housing Area; and
(iii) the open space except playgrounds and tot lots of local nature. 
(iii) Area and Height Limitations :
*61. Floor Area Ratio.- The Floor Area Ratio (FAR) for different use group shall be as given below in Table 7.

 S.No. Use Group    
1 Residential   F.A.R and Density may be adopted as provided in the Development Plans of
respective places.
2 Business
Commercial
1.00 Neighborhood shopping center
    1.20 Sub-district shopping center/ District shopping center
    1.50 Central Business district area
    3.00 Administrative Areas
3 Education 1.00  
4 Institution 1.50  
5 Assembly 1.50  
 6 Industrial 0.60 Up to 250 square Meters
    0.55 25o to 300 square meters
    0.50 300 square Meters to 0.2 hectare
    0.45 0.8 to 1.2 hectare
    0.40 1.2 to 2.8 hectare
    0.30 above 2.8 hectares

Note. - 1. In case where the owner of the plot surrenders and vests in the Authority a portion of the plot for the prescribed road width of a public road without claiming any compensation shall be allowed floor area ratio calculated adding twice the area as surrendered by him to the remaining area of his plot.
2. In case of redevelopment of Jhuggi-Jhopdi area, an additional FAR upto a limit of 0.50 may be allowed in addition to the permissible FAR that area, provided that the permissibility of building height is maintained.
3. For plots from 200 sqm. to 500 sqm. only one servant quarter and for plots above 500 sqm. 2 servant quarters shall be permitted in addition to the FAR stipulated. The size of one servant quarter shall not be more than 20sqm. which shall include one dwelling room having floor area not less than 11 sqm. and the remaining 9 sqm. may be used for cooking verandah and one toilet.                          4. For Flatted Development (i.e. residential units in flats) and Group housing of four or more Floors, on plots of 425 sqm. or more in area if the covered parking with a height of 2.4 meters is provided within the permissible ground coverage, such area of parking shall not be counted for the purpose of Floor Area Ratio and permissible. height calculations.
5. In case of redevelopment of areas in the old part of any city/town (after redevelopment plan have been prepared) the old and dilapidated structures may be reconstructed and if needed, an additional FAR up to an extent of 0.25 shall be sanctioned in addition to normal prescribed FAR of the area subject to the height restrictions of buildings in that area. Provided that no such benefit shall be given if a redevelopment plan for the area has not been prepared.
16. Relaxation up to 100% in existing F.A.R. shall be allowed to establish software units under Information Technology.
62. Height Limit. - The height and numbers of storeys shall be related to floor area ratio, open spaces and the width of the street opposite the plot as per details given below :-
(a) the maximum height of building shall not exceed one and half times the width of road abutting plus the front of open spaces. 
(b) if a building abuts in two or more streets of different widths, the building shall be deemed to face such street as has the greater width and the  height of the building shall be regulated by the width of that street and may be continued to this height to a depth of 24 meters along the narrower street subject to conformity of rule 56; and 
(c) for building in vicinity of aerodromes, the maximum height of such building shall be as given in Table.8; 
Provided that nothing contained in this rule shall be construed to confer any right to construct a building greater in height than what may be permitted by the authority in any area keeping in view the existing fire-fighting equipments and other civil amenities available in the said area.

TABLE 8
[Rule 62 (c)]
HIGHIT RESTRICTION NEAR AERODROMES

Sl. No Limits of distance from the aerodrome reference point of buildings, structures or installations measured horizontally Permissible height of building,
Structures or installation from
aerodrome reference point.
1. International Civil Airports and their alternates..
  (a) Between 8534 Meters and 22224 M 152 Meters
  (b) Between 7315 Meters and 8534 M 152 Meters
  (c) Between 6096 Meters and 7315 M 91 Meters
  (d) Between 4877 Meters and 6096 M 61 Meters
  (e) Between 4267 Meters and 4877 M 49 Meters
  (f) Between 3658 Meters and 4267 M 37 Meters
  (g) Between 3048 Meters and 3658 M 24 Meters
  (h) Between 2438 Meters and 3048 M 12 Meters
  (i) Between 2438 Meters and less   Nil, except with the prior concurrence of the Local
Aerodrome
Authority.
 
2. Other Civil Airports and Civil Aerodromes .
  (a) Between 7925 Meters and 22224 M 152 Meters
  (b) Between 6709 Meters and 7925 M 152 Meters
  (c) Between 5486 Meters and 6709 M 91 Meters
  (d) Between 4267 Meters and 5486 M 61 Meters
  (e) Between 3658 Meters and 4267 M 49 Meters
  (f) Between 3048 Meters and 3658 M 37 Meters
  (g) Between 2438 Meters and 3048 M 24 Meters
  (h) Between 1829 Meters and 2438 M 12 Meters
  (i) Between 1829 Meters and less   Nil, except with the prior concurrence of the Local
Aerodrome
Authority.
 

 Note1. - For serial No. (g), (h) and (i) no trees should be planted within the limits of the distances  indicated.                                                                                                                                                  Note 2. - Irrespective of their distance from the aerodrome (that is beyond 22224 Meters of the aerodrome/ aerodrome reference point) not radio masts or such similar type of installations exceeding 152 Meters in height should be erected without prior permission to the concerned civil aviation authority.
Note 3. - No building, structure or installation exceeding the height indicated in 1 and 2 of the table should be permitted without prior consultation with the local aerodrome authority.
Note 4. - The location of a slaughter house/butcher house and other areas for activities like depositing of garbage in garbage dumps which would generate the collection of high flying birds like eagles / hawks, etc, shall not be permitted within a radius of 10 kilometers from aerodrome reference points.
63. Height exceptions–Roof Structures. – The following appurtenant structures shall not be included in the height of the building unless the aggregate area of such structures including pent-houses exceeds one-third of the area of roof of the building upon which they are erected :–
(a) roof tanks and their supports;
(b) Ventilating, air-conditioning, lift rooms and similar service equipment;
(c) roof structure other than plant-houses; and
(d) chimneys and parapet walls and architectural features not exceeding I meter in height.
64. Planting of trees. - In all new layouts of building each plot having an area of 100 square Meters or more shall be planted with trees after the completion of construction of building. The number of trees to be planted shall be worked out at 100 square Meters for one tree of the area of individual plot. The occupancy certificate for the building will be issued only when the authority is satisfied that the provisions of this rule have been complied with. Every effort shall be made to protect the existing trees on the plot.
(iv) Requirements of parts of building
65. Plinth. - (1) Main Building. - The plinth or any part of a building or out house shall be so located with respect to surrounding ground level that adequate drainage of the site is assured. The height of the plinth shall be not less than 45 Centimeters from the surrounding ground level.
(2) Interior courtyard. - Every courtyard shall be raised at least 15 Centimeters above the level of the center of the nearest street and shall be satisfactorily drained.                                                        66. Habitable rooms.- (1) Height.- The height of all rooms for human habitation shall not be less than 2.6 Meters measured form the surface of the floor to the lowest point of the ceiling (bottom of slab). In case of pitched roof, average height of rooms shall not be less than 2.6 Meters. The minimum clear head room under a beam, folded plates or caves shall be 2.4 Meters. In case of air-conditioned rooms a height of not less than 2.4 meters measured from the surface of the floor to the lowest point of air-conditioning duct or the false ceiling shall be provided.
(2) The requirements of sub-rule (1) apply to residential business and mercantile buildings. For educational and industrial building the following minimum requirements apply:-
(a) Educational building - Ceiling height 3.6 meters for all regions: in cold region 3 Meters.
(b) Industrial building- Ceiling height 3.6 Meters except when airconditioned 3 Meters (Factory Act, 1948 and rules thereunder shall govern such height where applicable).
(3) Size - (i) The area of habitable room shall not be less than 9.5 square meters where their is only one room with a minimum width of 2.4 meters. Where there are two rooms, one of these shall not be less than 9.5 square Meters and the other be not less than 7.5 square Meters with a minimum width of 2.1 Meters. In the case of hostels in educational institutions the minimum size of a habitable room for single person shall be 7.5 square Meters.
(ii) However, in the case of special housing schemes for Economically Weaker Section of Society, Low Income Group Housing, Slum Clearance scheme or industrial labour housing schemes, the norms for the size of the rooms shall be as follows:-
(a) A single room tenament shall consist of a room not less than 9.5 square Meters in area with a minimum width of 2.4 Meters and a multipurpose space of area not less than 4.0 square Meters, with a minimum width of 1.5 Meters;
(b) In case of double room tenament there shall be a living room not less than 9.5 square Meters in area and another room not less than 7.5 square Meters in area.
67. Kitchen- (1) Height. - the height of a kitchen measured from the surface of floor to the lowest point in the ceiling (bottom slab) shall not be less than 2.6 Meters except for the portion to accommodate floor trap of the upper floor.
(2) Size - The area of a kitchen where separate dining area is provided, shall be not less than 5.0 square Meters and with a minimum width of 1.8 Meters. Where there is a separate store, the area of the kitchen may be reduced to 4.5 square Meters. A kitchen, which is intended for use as a dining area also, shall have a floor area of not less than 7.5 square Meters with a minimum width of 2.1 Meters.
(3) Other requirements - Every room to be used as kitchen shall have.-
(a) unless separately provided in a pantry, means for the washing of kitchen utensils which shall lead directly or thorough a sink to a grated and trapped connection to the waste pipe:
(b) an impermeable floor;
(c) A flue, if found necessary; and
(d) a window or ventilator or opening of size not less than as specified in note 3 of sub-rule (3) of rule 80.
68. Bathroom and Water Closets (1) Height.- The height of a bathroom or water closet measured from the surface of the floor to the lowest point in the ceiling (bottom of slab) shall not be less than 2.2 Meters.
(2) Size (i) The size of a bathroom shall not be less than 1.5 square Meters. The floor area of water closet shall be 1.1 square Meters with a minimum width of 0.9 meter. If bath and water closet are combined, its floor area shall not be less than 2.4 square Meters with a minimum width of 1.2 Meters. The area of W.C. with wash basin shall not be less than 1.3 square Meters;
(ii) In case of special Housing Scheme referred to in rule 66(3) (ii), the sizes of bathrooms/water closets shall be as follows:-
(a) Independent water closet – 1.1m X 0.9 meter.
(b) Independent bathroom – 1.3m X 1.1 meter.
(c) combined bathroom and closet–2.0 square Meters width minimum width of 1.1 Meters.
(d) Water closet with wash basin.– 1.3 square Meters.
(3) Other requirements. - Every bathroom or water closet shall.–
(a) be so situated that at least one of its walls shall open to external air;
(b) not be directly over or under any room other than another water closet, washing place, bath or terrace, unless it has a water tight floor;
(c) have the platform or seat made of watertight non-absorbent material;
(d) be enclosed by wall or partitions and the surface of every such wall or partitions shall be finished with a smooth impervious material to a height of not less than 1 meter above the floor of such a room;                                                                                                                                                        (e) be provided with an impervious floor covering, sloping towards the drain with a suitable grade and not towards verandah or any other room; and
(f) have a window or ventilator, opening to a shaft or open space, of area not less than 3 square Meters with side not less than 0.3 meter.
(4) No room containing water-closet shall be used for any purpose except as a lavatory and no such room shall open directly into any kitchen or cooking space by a door, window or other opening. Every room containing water–closet shall have a door completely closing the entrance to it.
69. Ledge or Tand/Loft.- (1) Height.- It shall have a minimum head-room of 1.5 Meters.
(2) Size.- A ledge of "TAND" in a habitable room shall not cover more than 25 per cent of the area of the floor on which it is constructed and shall not interfere with the ventilation of the room under any circumstances.
(3) Loft. - A loft, if provided, on a kitchen shall not exceed 25 per cent of the area of kitchen and shall leave minimum height of 2.2 Meters under the loft. On bathroom, water-closet and corridor, the loft may cover as much area as would allow a person to keep article there with reasonable space for body movement.
70. Mezzanine (Entresol) Floor.- (1) Height.- It shall have a minimum height of 2.2 Meters.
(2) Size. - the minimum size of the mezzanine floor, if it is to be used as a living room, shall not be less than 9.5 square Meters. The aggregate area of such mezzanine floor in a building shall in no case exceed 1/3 of the plinth area of the room in which it is provided.
(3) Other requirements.- A mezzanine floor may be permitted over a room or a compartment:– Provided that :– 
(a) It conforms to the standards of living rooms as regards lighting and ventilation in case the size of mezzanine floor is 9.5 square Meters or more;
(b) It is so constructed as not to interfere, under any circumstances, with the ventilation of the space over and under it;
(c) Such mezzanine floor is not sub-divided into smaller compartments;
(d) Such mezzanine floor or any part of it shall not be used as a kitchen; and                                      (e) in no case a mezzanine floor shall be closed so as to make it liable to be converted into unventilated compartments.
71. Store room- (1) Height- The height of a store room shall be not less than 2.2 Meters.
(2) Size- The size of a store room, where provided in a residential building shall not be less than 3 square Meters.
72. Garage- (1) Height-The height of a garage shall be not less than 2.2 Meters.
(2) Size - The size of garage shall be as below :-
(a) Private Garage- 2.5 Meters X 5.0 Meters minimum; 
Provided that the authority may permit space for garage in a residential building to be converted into living room with permission to construct thereon up to first floor only for use as servant's quarter;
(b) Public Garage.- Based on the number of vehicles parked etc., (See rule 82 parking space).
73. Basement- (1) Basement shall not be used for residential purpose.
(2) The construction of the basement shall be allowed by the Authority in accordance with the land use and other provisions specified under these rules.
(3) Basement may be put to only the following uses to be constructed within the prescribed set-backs and prescribed building lines subject to maximum coverage on Floor 1 (entrance floor);-
(a) Storage of house-hold or other goods of ordinarily combustible arterials;
(b) Strong rooms, bank cellars;
(c) Air- Conditioning equipment and other machine used for services and utilities of the building; and ;
(d) Parking spaces.
(4) The basement shall have the following requirement, namely :-
(a) every basement shall be in every part at least 2.4 Meters in height from the floor to the underside of the roof slab of ceiling;
(b) adequate ventilation shall be provided for the basement. The ventilation requirements shall be the same as required by the particular occupancy according to these rules. Any deficiency may be met by providing adequate mechanical ventilation in the form of blowers, exhaust fans, air-conditioning systems, or the like;                                                                                                                                (c) the minimum height of the ceiling of any basement shall be 0.9 meter and maximum of 1.2 Meters above the average surrounding ground level;
(d) adequate arrangements shall be made such the surface drainage does not enter the basement;
(e) the walls and floors of the basement shall be watertight and be so designed but the effect of the surrounding soil and moisture, if any, are taken into account in design and adequate damp proofing treatment is given; and
(f) the excess to the basement shall be separate from the main and alternate staircase providing access and exit from higher floors. Where the staircase is continuous incase of building served by more than one staircase the same shall be of enclosed type serving as a fire separation form the basement floor and higher floors. Open ramps shall be permitted if they are constructed within the building line subject to the provision of clause (d).
(5) The construction of multi level basement shall be allowed by authority in accordance with land use and other provisions specified under these rules subject to the condition that:-
(a) The minimum frontage of the plot shall be 21 Meters and the minimum average depth be 30 Meters and such plots abuts 18 Meters vide road, and
(b) They shall be allowed only in detached buildings. 
(6) Omitted.
74. Parapet.- Parapet walls and handrails provided on the edges of roofs terraces, balcony or verandah shall not be less than 1.05 meters in height from, the finished floor level.
75. Boundary Wall- The requirements of boundary wall are given below:-
(a) except with the special permission of the Authority, the maximum height of the compound wall shall be 1.5 Meters above the center line of the front street. Compound wall up to 2.4 Meters height may be permitted if the top 0.9 meters of open type construction of a design to be approved by the Authority;                                                                                                                                                  (b) the rear and side compound walls shall not have a height more than 3Meters above the central line of the service road in case it exists other wise 2 Meters shall be measured above the central line of the front street, In case of a corner plot the height of the boundary wall abutting on the side road shall also not be more than 1.5 Meters till the court yard width starts; and
(c) the provisions of (a) and (b) are not applicable to boundary walls of jails, electric sub-stations, transformer stations, institutional buildings, like sanatoria, hospitals, industrial buildings like work-shops, factories and educational buildings like schools, colleges, including the hostels and other uses of public utility undertaking, where height up to 2.4 Meters may be permitted by the Authority.
76. Septic Tanks.- Where a septic tank is used for sewage disposal, the location, design and construction of the septic tank shall conform, to the following requirements;-
(i) Location of Septic Tanks and Sub-Surface absorption systems.- A sub-soil dispersion system shall not be within 18 Meters from any source of drinking water, such as well, to mitigate the possibility of bacterial pollution of water supply. It shall also be as removed from the nearest habitable building as economically feasible but not within 2 Meters thereof so that there is no damage to the structures.
(ii) Other Requirements. (a) Dimensions of septic tanks.- Septic tanks shall have minimum width of 75 centimeters minimum depth of one meter below the water level and a minimum liquid capacity of one cubic meter. Length of tanks shall be 2 to 4 times the width;
(b) septic tanks may be constructed of brick work stone masonry concrete or other suitable materials as approved by the Authority;
(c) under no circumstances should effluent from a septic tank be allowed into an open channel drain or body of water without adequate treatment; 
(d) minimum nominal diameter of pipe shall be 100 millimeters. Further at junctions of pipes in manholes, direction of flow from a branch connection should not make an angle exceeding 45 degrees with the direction of flow in the main pipe;
(e) the gradients of land drains, under-drainage as well as the bottom of dispersion trenches and soak ways should be between 1: 300 and 1: 400 :                                                                                  (f) every septic tank shall be provided with ventilating pipe of at least 50 millimeters diameter. The top of the pipe shall be provided with a suitable case of mosquito proof wire mesh. The ventilating pipe shall extend to a height, which would cause no smell nuisance to any building in the area. Generally, the ventilating pipe may extend to a height of about 2 Meters when the septic tank is at least 15 Meters away from the nearest building and to a height of 2 Meters above the top of the building when it is located closer than 15 Meters;
(g) when the disposal of septic tank effluent is to seepage pit, the seepage pit may be of any suitable shape with the least cross-section dimension of 90 centimeters and not less than 100 centimeters in depth below the invert level of the inlet pipe. The pit may be lined with stone, brick or concrete blocks with dry open joints which should be backed with at least 7.5 centimeters of clean coarse aggregate. The lining above the inlet level should be finished with mortar. In the case of pits of large dimensions, the tope portion may be narrowed to reduce the size of the reinforced cement concrete cover slabs. Where no lining is used, specially near trees, the entire pit should be filled with loose stones. A masonary ring may be constructed at the top of the pit to prevent damage by flooding of the pit by surface run off. The inlet pipe may be taken down a depth of 90 centimeters from the top as an anti-mosquito measures; and
(h) when the disposal of septic tank effluent is to a dispersion trench, the dispersion trench shall be, 50 to 100 centimeters deep and 30 to 100 centimeters wide excavated to gradient and shall be provided with 10 to 25 centimeters of washed gravel or crushed stone. Open jointed placed inside the trench shall be made of unglazed earthenware pipes clay or concretes and shall have minimum internal diameter of 75 to 100 millimeters. Each dispersion trench should not be longer than 30 meters and trenches should not be placed closer than 1.8 Meters.
77. Staircase.-(1) The minimum clear width and maximum riser of staircases for buildings shall be as given in sub-rule (2) to (4).
(2) Minimum Width.-The minimum width of staircase shall be as follows:- 
(i) Residential buildings (Dwellings)  - 0.85 Meters
Note.- For row housing with two storeys the minimum width shall be  - 0.75 Meters
(ii) Residential hotel buildings.  - 1.5 Meters
(iii) Assembly buildings like auditorium, theatres and cinemas.  - 1.5 Meters                                          (iv) Educational buildings-up to 24 m in height  - 1.5 Meters
more than 24 m in height  - 2.0 Meters
(v) Institutional buildings-up to 10 beds - 1.5 Meters
more than 10 beds - 2.0 Meters
(vi) All other buildings - 1.5 Meters
(3) The landing width shall be a minimum of twice the staircase width plus 15 centimeters.
(4) Minimum Tread - The minimum width of tread without nosing shall be 25 centimeters for residential buildings. The minimum width of tread for other buildings shall be 30 centimeter.
(5) Maximum Riser -The maximum height of risers shall be 17 centimeters for residential buildings and 15 centimeters for other buildings and these shall be limited to 15 numbers per flight.
(6) Head Room -The minimum head-room in a passage under the landing of a staircase shall be 2.2 Meters. The minimum clear head-room in any staircase shall be 2.2 Meters.
78. Roofs- (1) The roof of a building shall be so constructed or framed as to permit effectual drainage of the rain water there from by means 0f sufficient rain-water pipes of adequate size, whenever required, so arranged. Jointed and fixed as to ensure that the rain-water is carried away from the building without causing dampness in any part of the walls or foundations of the building or those of an adjacent building. 
(2) The Authority may require rain-water pipes to be connected to a drain or sewer to a covered channel formed beneath the public footpath to connect the rainwater pipe to the road gutter or in any other approved manner. 
(3) Rain-water pipes shall be affixed to the outside of the external walls of the building or in recesses or chases cut or formed in such external walls or in such other manner as may be approved by the Authority. 
*(4) Rain/Roof water harvesting method shall have to be provided on all type of buildings having plot size more than 140 Square meter as per the options mentioned in Appendix – "N".                              ( V ) Lighting and Ventilation
79. Lighting and Ventilations of Rooms.- (1) Rooms shall have for the admission of light and air, one or more opening, such as windows and ventilators, opening directly to the external air or into an open verandah with a maximum width of 2.4 meters.
(2) Where the light and ventilation requirements are not met through day lighting and natural ventilation, the same shall be ensured through artificial lighting and mechanical ventilation as per PART-VIII- Building Services Section 1. Lighting and Ventilation of the Code as revised from time to time.
(3) Notwithstanding the area of openings obtained under sub-rue (2), the minimum aggregate area (see Notes 1 to 3) of such openings excluding doors inclusive of frames shall not be less than one-tenth of the floor area. 
Note 1.- If a window is partly fixed, the open able area shall be counted.
Note 2.- No portion of a room shall be assumed to be lighted, if it is more than 7.5 meters away from the opening assumed for lighting that portion.
Note 3.- Area of openings as given in this sub-rule shall be increased by 25 percent in case of a kitchen.
(vi) Lift
*80. Provision of Lifts.- Provision for lifts shall be made for building more than 12.5 meters in height. Planning and designing of lifts shall be done in accordance with the provision given in Part-VIII Building Services Section 5. Installation of lifts and Escalators, of the Code as revised from time to time.
(vii) Parking Space
**81. Parking Space.- The off-street parking spaces and other than off street parking spaces given in the Appendix L. and L-A. respectively shall be considered by the Authority in conjunction with any other law for the time being in force relating to the development of land.
(viii) Exits
82. Exit Requirements.- (1) General.- The following general requirements apply to
exits :–
(a) every building meant for human occupancy shall be provided with exits sufficient to permit safe escape of occupants in case of fire or other emergency:                                                                        (b) in every building exits shall comply with the minimum requirements of this part except those not accessible for general public use:
(c) all exits shall be free of obstruction.
(d) no building shall be altered so as to reduce the number, width or protection of exits to less than that required:
(e) exits shall be clearly visible and the routes to reach the exit shall be clearly marked and sign posted to guide the population of floor concerned:
(f) all exit ways shall be properly illuminated;
(g) fire fighting equipment, where provided along exits, shall be suitably located and clearly marked but must not obstruct the exit way and yet there should be clear indication about its location from either side of the exit way;
(h) alarm devices shall be installed to ensure prompt evacuation persons inside through the exits;
(i) all exits shall provide continuous means of access to the exterior of a building or to an exterior open space leading to a street; and 
(j) exits shall be so arranged that they may be reached without passing through another occupied unit, except in the case of residential buildings;
(2) Types of Exits:-
(a) Exits shall be either of horizontal or vertical type. An exit may be doorway, corridor, passageway to an internal staircase or external staircase, ramps or to a verandah and/or terraces which have access to the street or to roof of a building. An exit may also include a horizontal exit leading to an adjoining building at the same level.
(b) Lifts and escalators shall not be considered as exits.
(3) Number and size of Exits- the requisite number and size of various exits shall be provided based on the number of persons occupying or visiting each room, area of floor based on the occupant load capacity of exits, travel distance and height of buildings as per provisions of clause (i) to (iii) below :–
(i) Arrangement of Exit- Exits shall be so located that the travel distance, on the floor shall not exceed 22.5 meters for residential, educational institutional and hazardous occupancies and 30 meters for assembly business, mercantile, Industrial and storage occupancies. When ever more than one exit is required for a floor of a building, exits shall be placed as remote from each other as possible. All the exits shall be accessible from the entire floor area at all floor levels.                            (ii) Occupant Load:- The population in rooms, areas of floors shall be calculated based on the occupant load given in table 9 :–

TABLE 9
(Rule 82)
OCCUPANT LOAD

+ Occupant load in dormitory portions of homes for the aged. Orphanages. insance asylums and the like, where sleeping accommodation is provided, shall be calculated at not less than 7.5 square meters gross area person. 
++ The gross area shall include, in addition to the main assembly room or space, any occupied connecting room or space in the same, storey or in the storeys above or below, where entrance is common to such rooms and space and they are available for use by the occupants of the assembly place. No deductions shall be made in the gross area for corridors, closets or other subdivision and area shall include all space serving the particular assembly occupancy.
(iii) Capacity of Exits. - The capacity of exits (doors and stairways) indicating the number of persons that could be safely evacuated through a unit exit width of 50 centimeters shall be as given in Table 10 :-                                                                                                                                                            

TABLE 10
[Rule 82 (3) (iii)]

 

(iv) Number of staircases - For all other building excepting single and multifamily dwellings below 15 meters in height, there shall be a minimum of two stairways and one of them shall be an enclosed stairway and the other shall be on the external wall of building and shall open directly to the exterior, interior open space or to any open place of safety.
(v) Minimum width for stairways - Notwithstanding the detailed provision for exists as per clause (i) to (iii) above the provisions of sub-rule (2) of rule 77 will govern the width of stairways.
(4) Other requirements of individual exits - The detailed requirements of individual exits are given in clauses (I) to (IX) below :–
(I) Doorways - (a) Every exits doorway shall open into an enclosed stairway, a horizontal exit, or a corridor or passage way providing continuous and protected means of egress.
(b) No exit doorway shall be less than 100 centimeters in width. Doorway shall be not less than 200 centimeters in height. Doorways for bathrooms water closet or store shall not be less than 75 centimeters.
(c) Exit doorways shall, as far as possible, open outwards, that is, away from the room but shall not obstruct the travel along any exit. No door, when opened, shall reduce the required width of stairway or landing to less than 90 centimeters overhead or sliding doors shall not be installed.
(d) Exit door shall not open immediately upon a flight of stairs, a landing equal to at least the width of the door shall be provided in the stairway at each doorway, level of landing shall be the same as that of the floor which it serves.                                                                                                                      (e) Exit doorways shall be openable from the side which they serve without the use of a key.
(II) Revolving Doors - (a) Revolving doors shall not be used as required exits except in residential, business and mercantile occupancies, but shall not constitute more than half the total required door width. 
(b) When revolving doors are considered as required exit way the following assumption shall be made :-
(i) each revolving door shall be credited one half a unit exit width :
(ii) revolving doors shall not be located at the foot of a stairway. Any stairway served by a revolving door shall discharge through a lobby or foyer.
(III) Stairways - Subject to the provision of rule 77– 
(a) interior stairs shall not be constructed of ordinarily combustible materials throughout.
(b) Interior staircase shall be constructed as a self-contained unit with at least one side adjacent to an external wall. Wherever a building is not identified by clause (ii) of sub rule (6) of rule 17 exceeds 10.5 meters in height and is served by a staircase the same shall be of enclosed type;
(c) A staircase shall not be arranged around a lift, shaft unless the latter is entirely enclosed by a material of fires resistance rating as that for type of construction itself. For building more than 15 meters in height, the staircase location shall be to the satisfaction of the competent fire Authority as approved by the Government.
(d) The minimum width of treads shall be governed by sub-rule (4) of rule77. The treads shall be constructed and maintained in a manner to prevent slipping.
(e) The maximum height of riser shall be governed by sub-rule (5) of rule 77.
(f) Handrails shall be provided with a minimum height of 90 centimeters from the center of the tread.
(g) The minimum headroom in a passage under the landing of staircase and under the staircase shall be governed by sub-rule (6) of rule 77.
(h) No living space, store or other fire risk shall open directly into the staircase.                                    (i) External exit door of staircase enclosure at ground level shall open directly to the open spaces or can be reached without passing through any door other than a door provided to from a drought lobby.
(j) In the case of assembly, institutional, residential hotels and business buildings the exit sign with arrow indicating the way to the escape route shall be provided at a height of 0.5 meter from the floor level on the wall and shall be illuminated by electric light connected to corridor circuits. All exits way marking sign should be flush with the wall and so designed that no mechanical damage shall occur to them due to moving of furniture or other heavy equipment. Further landings or floor shall have floor indication boards indicating the number of floor as defined in rule 2
(28).The Floor indication Board Shall be placed on the wall immediately facing the flight of stairs and nearest to the landing. It shall be of size not less than 0.5 x 0.5 meter.
(k) In case of single staircase it shall terminate at the ground floor level and the access to the basement shall be by a separate staircase, Wherever the building is served by more than one staircase one of the staircase may lead to basement level provided the same is separated at ground
level by either a ventilated lobby with the discharge points at two different ends or through enclosures
(IV) Fire Escape or External Stair :-
(a) Fire escape shall not be taken into account in calculating the evacuation me of a building.
(b) All fire escape shall be directly connected to the ground.
(c) Entrance to fire escape shall be separate and remote from the internal staircase.
(d) The route to fire escape shall be free from obstructions at all times, except a doorway leading to the fire escape which shall have the required fire resistance.
(e) Fire escape shall be constructed of non-combustible materials.
(f) Fire escape stairs shall have straight flight not les than 75 centimeters wide with 15 centimeters treads and risers not higher than 19 centimeters. The number of risers shall be limited to 16 per flight.
(g) Handrails shall be of a height not less than 90 centimeters.                                                               (V) Spiral Stairs (fire escape) - (a) The use of spiral staircase shall be limited to own occupant load and to a building of height of 9 meters unless they are connected to platforms, such as balconies and terraces to allow escapes to pause.
(b) A spiral fire escape shall be not less than 150 centimeters in diameter and shall be designed to give adequate headroom.
(VI) Roof Exit - Where roofs are used as roof gardens or for other habitable purposes, sufficient stairways shall be extended to it to provide the necessary exit facilities required for such occupancy.
(VII) Ramps - (a) Ramps with a slope of not more than 1 in 40 may be permitted for and shall comply with all the applicable requirements of required stairways as to enclosure, capacity and limiting dimensions. Ramps shall be surfaced with approved non-slipping material.
(b) The minimum width of the ramps in hospitals shall be 2.25 meters.
(c) Handrails shall be provided on both side of the ramps.
(d) Ramps shall lead directly to outside open space at ground level of courtyards or safe place.
(VIII) Corridors - (a) The minimum width of a corridor shall be 1.0 meter.
(b) For building more than 15 meters in height the inter-connecting corridor between staircases shall be provided with at least one smoke stop door across the corridor or enclosed space between the doors in the enclosing walls of any two staircase.
(IX) Refuge areas - (a) For all buildings exceeding 15 meters in height excepting multi-family building, one refuge area on the floor immediately above 18 meters shall be provided.
(b) Refuge areas shall be provided on the external walls as cantilever projections or in any other manner (which will not be covered in floor area ratio) with a minimum area of 15 square meters and to be calculated. based on the population on each floor at the rate of 1 square meter per arson.
(X) FIRE AND STRUCTURAL SAFTY AND SERVICES
*"Rule 82-A". Facilities for physically handicapped persons in all public buildings/ public residence:-  (1) Access path/ walkway .- Access path from plot entry and surface parking to a building entrance shall be minimum of 1800 mm. wide having even surface without any steps. Slops, if any, shall not have gradient greater than 5% selection of floor material shall be made suitably to attract or to guide visually impaired persons (limited to colored floor material) whose colour and brightness is conspicuously different from that of the surrounding floor material or the material that emit different sound to guide visually impaired persons here- in- after referred to as guiding floor material "(Appendix-O)". Finishes shall have a non slip surface with a texture traversable by a wheel chair, curbs, wherever provided should blend to a common level. 
(2) Parking :- For parking of vehicles for handicapped people the following provisions shall be made:-
(a) Surface parking for two car spaces shall be provided near entrance for the physically handicapped persons with maximum travels distance of 30.0 meter from building entrance;
(b) The width of parking bay shall be minimum 3.6 meter ;
(c) The information stating that the space is reserved for wheel chair users shall be conspicuously displayed;
(d) Guiding floor material shall be provided or a device which guides visually impaired persons with audiable signals or other devices which serves the same purpose shall be provided.
(3) Building requirements.- The specified facilities for the buildings for physically handicapped persons shall be as follows:- 
(a) Approach to plinth level;
(b) Corridor connecting the entrance/exit for the handicapped;
(c) Stair-ways;
(d) Lift;
(e) Toilet;
(f) Drinking water
(4) Approach to plinth level.- Every building should have at least one entrance accessible to the handicapped and shall be indicated by proper signage. This entrance shall be approached through a ramp together with the stepped entry.
(5) Ramped Approach.-- Ramp shall be finished with non slip material to enter the building minimum width of ramp shall be 1800 mm with maximum gradient 1:12 length ramp shall not exceed 9.0 meter having 800 mm high handrail on both side standing 300 mm beyond top and bottom of the ramp. Minimum gap from the adjacent wall to the handrail shall be 50 mm.
(6) stepped Approach- For stepped approach Size of trade shall not be less than 300 mm and maximum riser shall be 150 mm. Provision of 800 mm high handrail on both sides of the stepped approach similar to the ramped approach.
(7) Exit/Entrance Door- Minimum clear opening of the entrance door shall be 900 mm and it shall not be provided with a step that obstructs the passage of a wheel chair user. These shall not be raised more than 12 mm.
(8) Entrance Landing- Entrance landing shall be provided adjacent to ramp with the minimum dimension 1800 mm X 2000 mm. The entrance landing that adjoin the top end of a slope shall be provided with floor material to attract the attention of visually impaired persons limited to coloured floor material whose colour and brightness conspicuously different from that of the surroundings for material or the material that emit different sound to guide visually impaired persons hereinafter referred to as "guiding floor material" (Appendix-O). Finishes shall have a non slip surface with a texture traversable by a wheel chair. Curbs wherever provided should blend to a Common level.
(9) Corridor connecting the entrance/exit for the handicapped- The Corridor connecting the entrance/exit for handicapped leading directly outdoors to a place where information concerning the overall use of the specified building can be provided to visually impaired persons either by a person or by signs, shall be provided as follows; 
(a) Guiding floor materials shall be provided or devices that emit sound to guide visually impaired persons; 
(b) The minimum width shall be 1500 mm ;
(c) Incase there is a difference of level slope ways shall be provided with slope of 1:2;
(d) Handrails shall be provided for ramps/slope ways.
(10) Stair ways- One of the stair-ways near the entrance/exit for the handicapped shall have the following provisions:–
(a) The minimum width shall be 1350 mm;                                                                                              (b) Height of the riser shall not be more than 150 mm and width of the tread 300 mm. The steps shall not have adrupt (square) nosing;
(c) Maximum number of riser on a height shall be limited to 12;
(d) Handrails shall be provided on both sides and shall extend 300 mm on the top and bottom of each flight of steps.
(11) Lifts- Wherever lift is required as per rules, provision of at least one lift shall be made for the wheel chair user with the following cage dimensions of lift recommended for passenger lift of 13 persons capacity by & Bureau of Indian Standards:-
Clear internal depth   - 1100 mm
Clear internal width   -  2000 mm
Entrance door width   - 900 mm
(a) A handrail not less than 600 mm long at 1000 mm above floor level shall be fixed adjacent to the control panel;
(b) The lift lobby shall be of an inside measurement of 1800 mm X 1800 mm or more;
(c) The time of an automatically closing door should be minimum 5 seconds and the closing speed should not exceed 0.25 meter per second;
(d) The interior of the cage shall be provided with a device that audibly indicate the floor the cage has reached and indicates that the door of the cage for entrance/exit is either open or closed.
(12) Toilets-- One special W.C. in a set of toilet shall be provided for the use of handicapped with essential provision of wash basin near the entrance for the handicapped:-
(a) The minimum size shall be 1500 mm X 1750 mm;
(b) Minimum clear opening of the door shall be 900mm and the door shall swing out ;
(c) Suitable arrangement of vertical / horizontal handrails with 50 mm clearance from wall shall be made in the toilet;
(d) The W.C. seat shall be 500 mm from the door.
(13) Drinking Water :- Suitable provision of drinking water shall be made for the handicapped near the special toilet provided for them.                                                                                                        (14) Designing for Children.- In the building meant for the pre-dominant use of the children, it will be necessary to suitably alter the height of the handrail and other fitting and fixture etc.

APPENDIX – O

Guiding / warning floor material.- The floor material to guide or to warn the visually impaired persons with a change of colour or material with conspicuously different texture and easily distinguishable from the rest of the surrounding floor materials is called guiding or warning floor material. The materials with different texture gives audible signals with sensory, warning when a person moves on this surface with walking stick. The guiding / warning floor material is meant to give the directional effect or warn a person at critical places. This floor material shall be provided in the following areas:-
(a) The access path to the building and to the parking area;
(b) The landing lobby towards the information board, reception, lifts, stair cases and toilets;
(c) Immediately at the beginning /end of walk-way where there is a vehicular traffic;
(d) At the location abruptly changing in level or beginning / end or a ramp;
(e) Immediately in front of an entrance/exit and the landing.
Proper Signage.- Appropriate identification of specific facilities within a building for the handicapped persons should be done with proper signages. Visually impaired persons make use of other senses such as hearing and touch to compensate for the lack of vision. Whereas visual signals benefit those with hearing disabilities.
Signs should be designed and located so that they are easily legible using suitable letter size (Not less than 20 mm high). For visually impaired persons information board in braile should be installed on the wall at a suitable height and it should be possible to approach them closely. To ensure safe walking there should not be any protruding sign which creates obstruction in walking. Public Address System may also be provided in busy public areas.
The Symbols /information should be in contrasting colour and properly illuminated because people with limited vision may be able to differentiate amongst primary colours. International mark for wheel chair as shown below installed at the lift, toilet, staircase, parking areas etc. That have been provided for the handicapped.                                                                                                                                 

*83 FIRE PROTECTION REQUIRMENTS :-
(a) The Government may designate a person or body to be designated as the "Fire Authority".
(b) No high rise building shall be approved unless cleared, in writing by the Fire Authority.
(c) Every building shall be designed and constructed to ensure fire safety and this shall be done in accordance with part IV.
Fire Protection:– "of the code as revised from time to time. In the case of high rise building and buildings with more than 400 sq. meters ground coverage and all other buildings of industrial, storage, assembly and hazardous type, this building scheme shall conform to Schedule I of these rules".
**84. "Structural Design"- The Structural design of foundation, masonry, timber, plain concrete, rein-forced concrete, pre-stressed concrete and structural steel shall be carried out in accordance with "Part-VI Structural Design, Section 1-Loads, Section 2- Foundation, Section 3- Wood, Section 4- Masonry, Section 5- Concrete, Section 6- Steel of National Building Code of India, taking in to consideration all relevant Indian Standards prescribed by Bureau of Indian Standards including the Indian Standards given below:----
For Earthquake prone areas in 15 districts namely, Sidhi, Shahdol, Jabalpur, Damoh, Narsinghpur, Raisen, Hoshangabad, Betul Sehore, Dewas, East Nimad, West Nimad, Indore Dhar and Jhabua and such other districts, as may be notified from time to time as earth quake prone areas the structural design must be in accordance with :----

1. For R.C.C. Construction and Pucca-brick construction
(i) IS : 1893 - 1986
(ii) IS : 13920 - 1993 (to be read with IS : 456, IS : 1893)
(iii) IS : 4326 - 1993 (to be read with IS ; 1893)
2. For low strength masonry or clay, mud and blocks
(iv) IS : 13827 - 1993
(v) IS : 13828 - 1993
3. For Repair and Strengthening
(vi) IS : 13935 - 1993
4. IS : 1893-1984 "Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures (Fourth Revision)" June, 1986.          5. IS : 13920 – 1993 " Ductle detailing of Reinforced Concrete Structure subject to Seismic Forces Code of Practice" November, 1993.
6. IS : 13828 – 1993 "Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Building Code of Practice (Second revision)" October, 1993.
7. IS : 13828 – 1993 "Improving Earthquake Resistance of Low Strength Masonry Building-Guidelines" August, 1993.
8. IS : 19827 – 1993 "Improving Earthquake Resistance of Earthen Building Guidelines" October, 1993.
9. IS : 13935 - 1993 " Repair and Seismic Strengthening of Building Guidelines" November, 1993.
(Note :- Whenever an Indian Standard of the National Building Code is referred the latest provision in the Standard or the relevant Codes of Practice should be adhered to.)
85. Quality of Materials and Workmanship - (1) Quality of material - All materials and workmanship shall be of good quality conforming generally to accepted standards of public Works Department of the State of Indian Standards Specifications or as included in Part V Building Materials and Part VII Constructional Practices and Safety of the Code as revised from time to time.
(2) Quality of materials may be relaxed in LIG Scheme - For housing schemes put up for economically weaker sections and low income groups the quality of materials to be used may be relaxed subject to the approval of the Authority :  Provided that the housing units constructed of combustible materials are properly segregated from fire protection point of view.
(3) Used Material - The use of old building material shall be allowed in construction provided that these conform to the standards of new materials as specified above.
(4) Storage of materials - All building materials shall be stored on the building site in such a way as to prevent deterioration or impairment of their structural and there essential properties. Further, the storage of materials shall be done exclusively within a building plot. If in congested area where it is not possible to store with building plot, temporary storage of materials like sand, stone, etc. may be permitted on the public roads by Authority provided that such storage does not cause serious traffic,
nuisance, both pedestrian and vehicular.
(5) Burrow pits dug in the course of construction - All burrow pits dug in the course of construction and repair of building, roads, embankments and the like shall be deep and connected with each other in the formation of drain directed towards the lowest level and properly sloped for discharge into a river stream, channel or drain and no person shall creates any isolated burrow pit which is likely to cause accumulation of water which may bread mosquitoes.
(6) Demolition - Following provisions shall apply for any demolition work within any area to which these rules apply :-
(a) Before commencing any work of demolition, a careful and detailed study shall be made of the structure to be demolished including its surroundings. While working out the plan of demolition, safety of the adjoining structures shall be ensured and a certificate to that effect by the licensed technical personnel shall be produced. The final plan of sequence of operations shall have to be approved by the Authority. 
(b) Before commencing any demolition work, specific permission shall be obtained from the authority, and shall be pasted prominently at the site. 
(c) If the structure to be demolished is one which may have hidden damage caused by fire, flood or earthquake, measures necessary to prevent accidental collapse, such as breaking, shorting and the like shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Authority.
(d) Prominent danger signs shall be pasted all round the property and all openings giving access to the structures shall be barricaded and closed to all except the workmen. During night, warning light shall be placed on or above all barricades.
(e) All gas, water, electricity, steam and other service lines shall be shut off outside the property line after notifying the service companies and authorities concerned and obtaining their approval. Any temporary service connections required for the demolition work shall be separately taken and arranged in such a manner as to afford safety to the workmen.
(f) When work is not in progress, watchman shall be provided to prevent unauthorized entry of the public into the danger zone. 
(g) All necessary safety appliances shall be issued to workers before starting of work.
(h) Safety distances to ensure the safety of the public shall be clearly marked and indicated by signs. All main roads shall be kept open. Diversions for pedestrians shall be constructed, where necessary for safety.              86. Building Services - The planning design, Installation, Electrical installation, air conditioning and heating work, shall be carried out in accordance with Part VIII "Building Services", Section-2- "Electrical installation", Section-3 - "Air conditioning and Heating" of the Code as revised from time to time.
87. Plumbing Services - The planning, design, construction and installation of water supply, drainage and sanitation and gas supply system shall be in accordance with Part-IX "Plumbing Service" Section-I "Water supply" Section-2, "Drainage and Sanitation" and Section-3, "Gas Supply" of the Code as revised from time to time. 
88. Requirement of water supply in buildings - The requirement of water supply for various occupancies shall be as given in Tables 11, 12 and 13, subject to availability thereof.

Sl. No Type of Occupancy Consumption per head per day (in liters) subject to availability
1 Residential :  
  (a) In living units 135
  (b) Hotels with lodging accommodation (per bed) 180
2 Educational :  
  (a) Day Schools 45
  (b) Boarding Schools 135
3 Institutional (Medical Hospitals) :  
  (a) Number of beds not exceeding 100 340
  (b) Number of beds exceeding 100 450
  (c) Medical quarters and hostels 135
4 Assembly-Cinema theaters, auditoria and like
(per seat of accommodation)
15
5 Government/Semi/Public business 45
6 Mercantile (Commercial)  
  (a) Restaurants (per seat) 70
  (b) Other business buildings 45
7 Industrial :  
  (a) Factories where bath rooms are to be
provided
45
  (b) Factories where no bath rooms required to
be provided
30
8 Storage (including warehousing) 30
9 Hazardous 30
10 Intermediate stations (excluding mail and
express stops)
45 (25)*
11 Junction stations 70 (45)*
12 Terminal stations 45
13 International and Domestic Airports 70

 * The values in parenthesis are for stations where bathing facilities are not provided.
Note - The number of persons for serial No. 10 to 13 shall be determined by the average passengers handled by the station daily, due consideration may be given to the station workers and workers likely to use the facilities.

TABLE 12
Flushing Storage Capacities subject to availability

Sl No Classification of Building Storage capacity
1 For tenements having common
conveniences
900 liters net per water closet seat.
2 For residential premises other than tenements having common conveniences. 270 liters net for one water closet
seat and 180 liters for each if
additional seat in the same flat.
3 For factories and workshops 900 liters per water closet seat and
180 liters per urinal seat.
4 For cinemas public assembly halls etc. 900 liters per water closet seat
and 350 liters per urinal seat.

 TABLE 13
Domestic Storage Capacities

Sl No No. of floors Storage capacity Remarks
  For premises occupied as
tenements with common
conveniences.
   
1 Floor 1 (Ground) Nil Provided no down-take fittings are installed.
2 Floor 2,3,4,5 and upper
floors
500 litres per tenement  
  For premises occupied
as flats or block
   
1 Floor 1 Nil Provided no down take fittings are installed.
2 Floor 2,3,4,5 and upper floors 500 litres per tenement  

Note 1 - If the premises are situated at a place higher than the road level in front of the premises storage at ground level shall be provided on the same lines as on floor 2
Note 2 - The above storage may be permitted to be installed provided that the total domestic storage calculated on the above basis is not less than the storage calculated on the number of down take fittings according to the scales given below :-

Downtake-taps 70 liters each
Downtake-taps 135 liters each
Bath-tubs 200 liters each

89. Requirements of Sanitary fittings - The sanitary fittings and installations for different occupancies shall be as given in Tables 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25.

TABLE 14
Sanitation Requirements or shops and commercial offices

Sl No Fitments For Personnel
1 For Personnel One for every 25 persons or part thereof exceeding 15 (including employees and
customers)
    For female personnel 1 for every 15
persons or part thereof exceeding 10.
2 Drinking Water Fountain One for every 100 persons with a minimum of one each floor.
3 Wash Basin One for every 25 persons or part thereof.
4 Urinals Same as at serial No.3 of Table 19.
5 Cleaner's Sink One per floor minimum, preferably in or adjacent to sanitary rooms.

Note - Number of customers for the purpose of the above calculation shall be the average number of persons in the premises for a time interval of one hour during the peak period. For male-female calculation of ratio 1:1 may be assumed.

TABLE 15
Sanitation requirements for hotels

Sl. No Fitments For
residential
public and
staff
For public rooms For non-residential staff
For
males
For
females
For
males
For
females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Water
Closet
1 per 8
persons
omitting
occupants
of the room
with
attached
water
closet,
minimum of
2 in both
sexes
lodged
1 per 100
persons
upto 400
persons for
over 400
add at the
rate of 1 per
250
persons or
part thereof
2 for 100
persons
up to 200
persons
over 200
add at
the rate
of 1 per
100 or
part
thereof
1 for 1-15
2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100
1 for 1-12
2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57
2 Ablution
taps
1 in each
water closet
1 in each
water closet
1 in each
water
closet
1 in each
water closet
1 in each water
closet
One water tap with draining arrangements shall be provided for every 50 persons or part thereof
in the vicinity of water closet and urinal.
3 Urinals   1 for 50
persons or
part thereof
Persons Nil up
to 6
1 for 7-20
2 for 21-40
3 for 41-70
4 for 71-100
4 Wash
basins
1 per 10
persons
omitting the
wash
basins
installed in
the room
suites
1 per water
closet and
urinal
provided
1 for
water
closet
provided
persons
1 for 1-15
2 for 16-35
3 for 36-65
4 for 66-100
persons
1 for 1-12
2 for 13-25
3 for 26-40
4 for 41-57
5 for 58-77
6 for 78-100
5 Baths 1 per 10
persons
omitting
occupants
of the room
with bath in
suite
       
6 Slop sinks 1 for 30 bed
rooms (one
per floor
minimum)
       
7 Kitchen
sinks
1 in each
kitchen
1 in each
kitchen
1 in each
kitchen
1 in each
kitchen
1 in each
kitchen

TABLE 16
Sanitation requirements for Educational Occupancy

Sl. No Fitments Nursery
Schools
Boarding Institution Other Educational Institutions
For Boys For Girls For Boys For Girls
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Water
Closet
One per 30
pupils or
part thereof
One per 8
pupils or
part
thereof
One per 6
pupils or
part thereof
One per 80
pupils or part
thereof
One per 50
pupils or part
thereof
2 Ablution
taps
One in each
water closet
One in
each
water
closet
One in
each water
closet
One in each
water closet
One in each
water closet
One water tap with draining arrangements shall be provided for every 50 persons or part thereof in the vicinity
3 Urinals One per
25 pupils
or part thereof.
One per 20
pupils or part
thereof
4 Wash
basins
One per 30
pupils or
part thereof
One per 8
pupils or
part thereof
One per 60
pupils or
part thereof
One per 80
pupils or part
thereof
One per 80
pupils or part
thereof
5 Baths One bath
sink per 40
pupils
One or
every 8
pupils or
part thereof
One for
every 6
pupils or
part thereof
Nil Nil
6 Slop sinks One for
every 50
pupils or
part thereof
One for
every 50
pupils or
part thereof
One for
every 50
pupils or
part thereof
One for every
50 pupils or
part thereof
One for every
50 pupils or
part thereof
7 Kitchen
sinks
  One per
floor
minimum
One per
floor
minimum
One per floor
minimum
One per floor
minimum

Note - For teaching staff, the schedule of fitments shall be the same as in the case of office building (table-19).

TABLE 17
Sanitation requirements for Institutional (Medical) occupancy Hospitals

Sl. No Fitments Hospitals with
indoor patient
wards  For males and
for females
Hospitals with outdoor
patient wards
Administrative
building
For
Males
For
Females
For
male personnel
For
female personnel
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Water
Closet
One for every 8
beds or part
thereof
One for
every 100
persons or
part thereof
Two for
every 100
persons or
part thereof
One for every
25 persons or
part thereof
One for
every 15
person of
part
thereof
2 Ablution
taps
One in each
water Closet
One in
each water
Closet
One in each
water Closet
One in each
water Closet
One in
each
water
Closet
One water tap with draining arrangements shall be provided for every 50 persons or part thereof in the vicinity of water closet and urinals.
3 Wash
basins
2 up to 30 bed
add one for
every additional
30 beds or part
thereof.
One for
every 100
persons or
part thereof
One for
every 100
persons or
part thereof
One for every
25 persons or
part thereof
One for
every 4
persons or
part
thereof
4 Baths with shower One Bath with
shower for
every 8 beds or
part thereof
One on each
floor
One on
each floor
5 Bed pan
washing
sinks
One for each
ward
6 Cleaners
sink
One for each
ward
One per
floor
minimum
One per
floor
minimum
One per
floor
minimum
One per
floor
minimum
7 Kitchen
sinks and
dish
washes
(where
kitchen is
provided)
One for each
ward
8 Urinals One for each
ward
One for
every 50
persons or
part thereof
nil up to 6
persons
1-for 7 to 20
persons
2-for 21-45
persons
3-for 46-70
person
4-for 71-100
persons for
101 to 200
persons add
at the rate of 3
percent
For over 200
persons add
at the rate of
2.5 percent
 

TABLE 18
Sanitation requirements for Institutional (Medical) occupancy
(Staff Quarters and Hostels)

Sl. No Fitments Doctor's Dormitories Nurses Hostel
For male staff For male staff
1 2 3 4 5
1 Water Closet One for 4 persons One for 4 persons One for 4 persons or part thereof
2 Ablution taps One in each water
closet
One in each water closet One in each water closet
3 Wash basins One for every 8
persons or part thereof
One for every 8
persons or part thereof
One for every 8 persons or part thereof
4 Baths with shower One for 4 persons or
part thereof
One for 4 persons
or part thereof
One for 6 persons or part thereof
5 Cleaners sink One per floor
minimum
One per floor
minimum
One per floor minimum

TABLE 19
Sanitation requirements for Government and Public Business
occupancies and offices

Sl. No Fitments For males personnel For female personnel
1 2 3 4
1 Water closet One for every 25 persons or part thereof One for every 15 persons or part thereof
2 Ablution taps One in each water closet.
One water tap with draining arrangement shall be 
provided for every 50 persons or part thereof in
the vicinity of water closets and urinals.
One in each water closet
3 Urinals Nil up to 6 persons
One for 7-20 persons
2 for 21-45 persons
3 for 46-70 persons
4 for 71-100 persons
For 101 to 200 persons add at the rate of 3 percent.
For over 200 persons add at the rate of 2.5 percent.
 
4 Wash basins One for every 250 persons or part thereof.  
5 Drinking water
fountains
One for every 100 persons with a minimum of one for each floor.  
6 Baths Preferably one on each floor  
7 Cleaners Sinks One per floor minimum preferably in or adjacent to sanitary rooms  

TABLE 20
Sanitations requirements for Residence

Sl. No Fitments Dwelling with
individual
conveniences
Dwelling without individual
Conveniences
1 2 3 4
1 Bath Rooms 1 provided with water tap 1 for every three tenements
2 Water closet 1 1 for every three tenements
3 Sink (or NAHANI) in the  floor 1  
4 Water Tap 1 1 with draining arrangements in each tenement in common bath rooms and common water closets

Note : Where only one water closets is provided in a dwelling, the bath and water closet shall be separately accommodated.

TABLE 21
Sanitation requirements for Assembly Occupancy Buildings
(Cinema Theatres and Auditoriums)

Sl. No Fitments For public  For staff
males females males females
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Water Closet 1 per 100 persons up
to 400 persons. For over 400 persons,
add at the rate of 1 per 250 persons or
part thereof.
3 per 100 persons up to 200 persons.
For over 200 persons add at the rate of 2 per
100 persons or part thereof.
1 for 1-15 persons
2 for 16-35 persons
1 for 1-12 persons
2 for 13-25 persons
2 Ablution taps 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet
3 Urinals 1 for 50 persons or
part thereof
Nil up to 6 persons.
1 for 7-20 persons.
2 for 21-45 persons.
4 Wash basins 1 for every 200
persons or part
thereof.
1 for every 200 persons part thereof. 1 for 1-15 persons 1 for 1-12 persons
5 Drinking Water  Fountains 1 for 100 persons or part thereof 2 for 16-35 persons 2 for 13-25 persons

Note : It may be assumed that two-thirds of the number are males and one-third females.

TABLE 22
Sanitation Requirements for Assembly Occupancy Buildings
(Art Galleries' Libraries and Museums)

Sl. No   Fitments For public  For staff
males females males females
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
1 Water Closet 1 for 50 seats
upto 200 seats.
For over 200
seats add at
the rate of one
per 100 seats
or part thereof.
1 for 50 seats upto
200 seats. For over
200 seats, add at the
rate of one per 100
seats or part thereof.
1 for 1-15 persons.
2 for 16-35 persons
3 for 36-65 persons
4 for 66-100 persons
1 for 1-12 persons
2 for 13-25 persons
3 for 26-40 persons
4 for 41-57 persons
5 for 58-77 persons
6 for 78-100 persons
2 Ablution taps 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet
One water tap with draining arrangements shall be provided for every 50 persons or part thereof in the vicinity of water closets and urinals.
3 Urinals One per 50 seats.   Nil upto 6 persons
1 for 7-20 persons
2 for 21-45 persons
3 for 46-70 persons
4 for 71-100 persons
 
4 Wash
basins
  1 for every water closet provided    
5 Kitchen
sinks and
dish washer
  1 in each kitchen.    
6 Stop or
service sink.
  1 in each kitchen.    

Note : It may be assumed that two-thirds of the number are males and one-third females.

TABLE 24
Sanitation Requirements for Factories

Sl. No Fitments Dwelling with
individual
conveniences
Dwelling without individual
Conveniences
1 2 3 4
1 Water closets 1 for 1-15 persons
2 for 16-35 persons
3 for 36-65 persons
4 for 66-100 persons
1 for 1-12 persons
2 for 13-25 persons
3 for 26-40 persons
4 for 41-57 persons
5 for 58-77 persons
6 for 78-100 persons
    For 101 to 200 persons, add at the rate of 3 percent.
For over 200 persons and at the rate of 2.5 percent
For 101 to 200 persons, add
at the rate of 5 percent.
For over 200 persons add at
the rate of 4 percent.
2 Ablution Taps 1 in each water closet 1 in each water closet
One water tap with draining arrangements shall be provided for every 50 persons or part thereof in the vicinity of water closets and in urinals.
3 Urinals Nil up to 6 persons.
1 for 7-20 persons
2 for 21-45 persons
3 for 46-70 persons
4 for 71-100 persons
For 101 to 200 persons add at the rate of 3 percent.
For over 200 persons add at the rate of 2.5 percent.
 
4 Washing taps with draining arrangements  1 for every 25 persons or part thereof. 1 for every 25 persons or part thereof.
5 Drinking water 
Fountains
1 for every 100 persons with a minimum of one on each floor.  
6 Baths (preferably
showers)
As required for particular trades or occupations.  

Note.- For many trades of a dirty dangerous character, more extensive provisions are required.

TABLE—25
Sanitary Requirements for Large Stations and Airports

Sl No Place  WC for Males WC for female Urinals for Males only
1 2 3 4 5
1 Junction station
intermediate
stations and bus
stations.
3 for first 1000
persons and 1
for every
subsequent
1000 persons
or part there of.
4 for first 1000
persons and 1 for
every additional
1000 persons or
part thereof.
4 for every 1000 persons
and 1 for a very additional 1000 persons or part thereof.
2 Terminal stations
and bus terminals
4 for first 1000
persons and 1
for every
subsequent
1000 persons
or part thereof.
5 for first 1000
persons and 1 for
every subsequent
2000 persons or
part thereof.
6 for first 1000 persons and 1 for every additional 1000
persons or part thereof.
3 Domestic 2* 4* 2*
  Airports, Min.      
  for 200 persons 5 8 6
  for 400 persons 9 15 12
  for 600 persons 12 20 16
  for 800 persons 16 26 20
  for 1000 persons 18 29 22
4 International
airports
     
  for 200 persons 6 10 8
  for 600 persons 12 20 16
  for 1000 persons 18 29 22

* At least one Indian style water closet shall be provided in each toilet. Assume 60 males to 40 females in any area.
Note.- Provisions for wash basin, bath including shower stalls, shall be in accordance with Part IX Section 2 Drainage and Sanitation of the Code.

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