90. Cinemas, Theatres and Public Assembly Halls- (1) No permission for construction of a building for cinema shall be granted by the Authority unless it conforms to the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Cinema (Regulations) Act, 1952 (No. XVII of 1952) and the rule made there under.
(2) Set back from regular line of the street for Cinema/Assembly Building.- No person shall erect a building intended to be used as a cinema theatre or public assembly hall or convert the use of any existing building to any such purpose unless such building is set back at least 9 meters from the regular line of the street or from the street, if no such, line exists. Further the location for such building shall be governed by the provisions of development plans (if any) and subject to approval of the Authority.
*90–A Permissible activities in multiplex shall be as under :-
(1) Multiplex means such building in which separately two or more cinema halls are installed separately with or without shopping area which in case of former, shall be called multiplex cum-shopping.
(2). Activities permissible in multiplex or “In Multiplex-cum shopping” shall be as under –
1. Entertainment area such as two or more screen cinema halls, concert hall, 3-D cinema hall, video games arcade, disco the que go carting, 3 dimension arena, bowling alley and other activities which come in this category.
2. Food zone complex, restaurant, café bar lounge bar, pub ice cream parlor and similar activities.
3. Lodging means areas like hotels, with rest rooms, suites etc.
4. Commercial establishment, shops, office complex etc.
Provided that –
a. Activities mentioned in Sr. No.3 & 4 shall be permissible up to 50% of the total built up area.
b. Inside height of the Multiplex hall shall not be less then 8 meters.
c. Norms for, establishment of new multiplex – cum – shopping and for conversion of old cinemas to multiplexes :–

S.No. Development Norms Commercial Such uses in dev. Plan in
Which cinema is
permissible/is not in
To convert old Cinema halls
into Multiplexes.
1 2 3 4 5
1 F.A.R. 2 1.5 1:1.0, 1:1:25, 1:1.5, 1:1.75 For Old cinema halls abutting 12 meters, 18 meters, 24 meter. & 30 meters wide road
2. Minimum
Plot area
5 Sq. mt. per person
for More than 500
Minimum 3000 Sq.
mt. or 5 Sq. mt. per
person. where is
  4 Sq. mt. per person
  Minimum 2500 Sq.
Mt. For less than
500 person
    4 Sq. mt. per person
3. Maximum
50%   35% 40%
4. MOS 3 sides ( Left / Right
Rear ) 6.0 mt. For
one basement.
Front-10.5 mt other 3 sides   ( Left / Right / Rear) 6.0 mts. For
one basement.
  front – 9.0 mt. other 3 sides
(Left/ Right /Rear ) 6.0 mts. For
one Basement.
  For every additional
Basement sides and
Rear MOS will
Increase by 1.0 mt.
For every additional
basement sides and
rear MOS will
increase by 1.0 mt.
  For every additional basement
sides and rear MOS will increase by 1.0 mt.
5 Maximum Height of
for Building
30 meters 30 Meters 18 mts. 24 mts, 27mts. 30 mts.
Respectively plots abutting 12
mts. 18 mts. 24 mts. and 30
Wide roads.
6 Minimum Parking
Area :–
a For towns having
population more
than10 laces.
1 Car space for every
45sq. mt. built up
1 Car space for every 45
Sq. m. built up area.
1 Car space for every 45 sq. m.
b For towns for every
having population
between 2 laces to
10 laces
1Car space 50 sq. m.
built up area.
1 Car space for every 50
s. M. built up area.
1 Car space for every 50 sq. m.
built up area.
c For towns having
population less than
2 lacs
1 Car space for every
55sq. m. built up
1Car space for every 55
sq. m. built up area.
1 Car space for every. 55 sq. m.
built up area
7.Minimum width of road in front of plot :–
a For town having
population up to 2
24 meters 24 meters 12 meters
b For – towns having
population more
than2 lacs.
30 meters 30 meters 12 meters
8 Other provision All the four sides of
the plot shall have
accessibility of fire
Brigade with out any
All the four sides of the
plot shall have
accessibility of Fire
Brigade with out any
All the four sides of the plot
shall have accessibility of Fire
Brigade with out any

 Other Conditions.
- Calculation of Parking spaces shall be as follows :-
- Parking area required for each car (1 car space ) :-
(i) basement - 35sq. mt.
(ii) stilts - 30sq. mt.
(iii) open spaces - 25sq. mt.
No parking shall be allowed in marginal open spaces. Multiplex shall be fully air conditioned.
- Orders issued from time to time by the commercial tax department as well as by any concerned department of the government shall be binding on all colonizers, builders, agencies besides owned contracted by the government or any other person who so ever is engaged in construction of multiplex or multiplex complexes. Rule 82, 83, 84 and other Rules related with public facilities in Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas rules 1984 shall have to be followed.
90. B-Establishment of Malls.-
(1) "Shopping Mall-Integrated Multi stories shopping mall" means a building where retail shops are available on one or more floors along with sufficient public places and amenities, security arrangement and parking under one roof.
(2) "Open mall" means a building or group of buildings where storage, godown, logistics, administrative facility, parking (open or covered), & sufficient security arrangement is available along with retail. 
2. The planning norms for Malls shall be as follows :-

S.No. Planning norms Norms for Integrated
Multistoried mall
proposed on land
designated under
commercial use in
Development plan of the
Norms for Integrated
multistoried mall
proposed on land
designated under such
uses where local
shopping is permissible
in DP of the town/ or in
such towns where DP
is not inforce
Norms for city
level open mall
where storage,
godown, logistic
facility is available
along with retail,
under commercial
use in
Development plan
of the town
1 2 3 4 5
1 FAR 01:02.0 01:01.5 01:02.0
2 Minimum area of
2500 Sq. mt. 3000 or as
provided in
Development Plan
whichever is more
10000 sq. mt.
3 Maximum ground
50 pc 35 pc 50 pc
4 Minimum Marginal
open spaces
Front 9.0 mt./half the height of the building (which ever is more)
other sides 6.0 mt. (if only one basement) is
proposed & for every additional basement 1.0
mt. should be added to all side MOS.
Front 9.0 mt./ half the height of the building
(which ever is more) other sides 6.0 mt. (if
only one basement) is
proposed & for every additional basement 1.0 mt. should be added to all side MOS.
Front 12.0 mt./ half the height of the building (which ever is more) other
sides 6.0 mt. (if
only one basement) is
proposed & for
every additional
basement 1.0 mt.
should be added
to all side MOS.
5 Maximum height of
30 mts. 30 mts. 30 mts.
6 Minimum parking area :      
A Towns having 
population more then 10 lacs.
One car space for every 45 sq. mts. built up area. One car space for
every 45 sq. mts.
built up area.
One car space for every 45 sq. mts. built up area.
B Towns having
population between
2 to 10 lacs
One car space for every 50 sq. mts. built up area. One car space for
every 50 sq. mts.
built up area
One car space for every 50 sq. mts. built up area.
C Towns having
population less than
2 lacs
One car space for every 55 sq. mts. built up area. One car space for
every 55 sq. mts.
built up area.
One car space for every 55 sq. mts. built up area.
7 Minimum width of the road in front for towns:
A Having population
Upto 2 lacs
24 mts. 24 mts. 24 mts.
B For towns having
population more
than 2 lacs.
30 mts. 30 mts. 30 mts.
8 Other provisions Provision for un obstructed
route for fire brigade along
all four sides of building is
Provision for un
obstructed route for fire brigade along all four sides of building
is essential.
Provision for un
obstructed route
for fire brigade
along all four sides of building is essential.

 3. Parking area shall be calculated as follows:-
Area required for one car spaces in following places:-
(i) Basement   :  35
(ii) Stilt   :  30
(iii) Open space   : 25
4. All instructions, order & or circulars of related department of Govt. shall binding on colonizer, developer, builder, any agency or authority intending to develop mall.
5. Rule 82, 83, 84 & rules related to public facilities of Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Niyam, 1984 shall be strictly followed.
91. Factories and Industrial structures - Provisions of the Factories Act, 1948 (No. LXIII of 1948) to apply - (1) In addition to the provisions of these rules regulations prescribed under the Factories Act, 1948 (No. LXIII of 1948) and rules made there under shall be applicable.
(2) Location of Factory - The location of the factory site shall be governed by the provisions of development plans (if any) and shall be approved by the Authority. For areas having no development plan the Authority shall approve the site in consultation with the Director, Town and Country Planning, Madhya Pradesh. 
(3) Disposal of Trade Waste and effluent - In the case of a factory where the drainage system is proposed to be connected to the public sewerage system or natural water course nearby. Prior Approval of the arrangements shall be obtained from the Authority and the Madhya Pradesh State Prevention and Control of Water Pollution Board constituted under Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (No. 6 of 1974) if found necessary and a copy of the approval shall be attached
with the application. All the drainage system shall be connected by a suitable trap as to exclude voletile and other objectionable matters.
(4) Planning, design and construction of factories to be to the satisfaction of Chief Inspector of Factories - The Planning design and construction of the Factories and other industrial buildings shall be to the satisfaction of the Chief Inspector of Factories.
92. Petrol filling stations - The location of the petrol filling stations and its layout shall be approved by the Authority in consultation with the Director, Town and Country Planning, Government of Madhya Pradesh depending upon the width of roads, normal value of traffic location with respect to points of intersection and proximity to occupancies of educational, assembly, mercantile storage and hazardous uses. 
93. Signs and outdoor display structure - Provisions of Code to apply - (1)
Subject to these rule, the display of advertising signs on building and lands shall be in accordance with Part-X - "Signs and Outdoor Display structures" of the Code as revised from time to time.
(2) In the case of shopping units in commercial areas and/or residential-cumcommercial buildings, the display boards shall be at the same height above the shopping arcade and shall ordinarily be 45.5 centimeters to 61 centimeters in height. 
The placement and size of the boards shall from a part of the building plan permission and no change therein shall be permitted nor shall any additional boards be allowed to be displayed.
(3) General - The following signs are prohibited along National Highways State Highways, and other major roads of width exceeding 18 meters :-
(a) any sign that by reason of its shape, position or colour may be confused with an authorised traffic sign or signal;
(b) any sign containing the word "Stop", "Look", "Danger" or other similar word that might mislead or confuse the travelers;
(c) any sign that is attached to or printed on a rock or other natural objects; and
(d) any sign that is located within a public right-of-way unless it is an official street name, traffic signs or signal or other official sign.
(4) Ground Signs - Following provisions shall apply for ground signs within any area to which these rules apply :-
(a) Dimensions - No ground sign shall be erected to a height exceeding 9 meters above the ground. Lighting reflections may extend beyond the top of face of the sign.
(b) Supports and Anchorage - Every ground sign shall be firmly supported and anchored to the ground. Supports and anchors shall be of treated timber in accordance with good practice or metal treated for corrosion resistance or masonry or concrete;                                                                       

(c) Obstruction to Traffic- No ground sign shall be erected so as to obstruct from access to or egress from any building; and
(d) Set Back - No ground sign shall be set nearer to the street line than the established building line.
(5) Roof sign - Following provisions shall apply for Roof signs within any area to which these rules apply :-
(a) Location- No roof sign shall be placed on or over the roof of any building, unless the entire roof construction is of non-combustible material;
(b) Projection - No roof sign shall project beyond the existing building line of the building on which it is erected or shall extend beyond the roof in any direction; and
(c) Support and Anchorage - Every roof sign shall be thoroughly secured and anchored to the building on or over which it is erected. All loads shall be safely distributed to the structural members of the building.
(6) Wall signs - Following provisions shall apply for wall signs within any area to which these rules apply :-
(a) Dimensions - The total area of the sign shall not exceed 10 percent of the total area of the facade on which the sign is created. The facade of the building shall be sub-divided into blocks of uniform height and the area of the sign erected on a particular block shall not exceed 10 per cent of the area of that block;
(b) Projection - No wall sign shall extend above the top of the wall or beyond the ends of the wall to which it is attached. At any place where pedestrians may pass along a wall, any wall sign attached thereto shall not project more than 7.5 centimeters there from within a height of 2.5 meters measured from the level of such place;
(c) Support and Attachment - Every wall sign shall be securely attached to walls. nails Wooden blocks or anchorage with wood used in connection with screws, staples or shall not be considered proper anchorage except in the case of wall signs attached to walls of wood; and
(d) Reflectors - Lighting reflects may project 2.4 meters beyond the face of the wall provided such reflectors are at least 4 meters above the footpath level, but in no case shall such reflectors project beyond a vertical plane one meter inside the kerb line.                                                                         

(7) Projecting Signs - No projecting sign or any part of its supports or framework shall project more than 2 meters beyond the main face of the building to which such sign is attaches. At every place where pedestrians may pass underneath a projecting sign, an over-head clearance of at least 2.5 meters shall be maintained. 
94. Special requirements of Low-Income Housing Group - Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, special requirements for low income housing such as E.W.S. and L.I.G. Housing Schemes Developed as clusters by public Agencies/Government bodies shall be as given in Appendix M.
95. Powers of Relaxation - The Director of Town and Country Planning Government of Madhya Pradesh may permit special relaxation to any of the rules, provided the relaxation sought does not violate the health safety, fire safety, structural safety, public safety of the inhabitants and the building and neighborhood.
96. Plinth construction check survey - In the case of a high rise building on completion of the construction of the plinth the owner of the building shall obtain from the authority a certificate to the effect that the plinth has been constructed strictly in accordance with the permissible covered area The owner shall give a notice to the authority, which shall either issue the certificate or order suitable changes to be made as per the approved site plan. The owner shall carry out such instructions as are given, failing which the authority will be competent to demolish such part of the plinth as in under objection. The granting of a certificate or the issue of instructions regarding necessary changes will be done within 15 days of the notice, failing which it will be deemed that the certificate has issued.
97. Issue of Service Certificate - On completion of the civil works of the building the owner shall give an application to the authority for issue of a service certificate on the basis of which service connections, especially water, sewerage and power, shall be granted by the authorities concerned. If the certificate is not issued within 15 days of the notice, or suitable instructions for changes have not been issued by the authority within the period, it would be deemed that the certificate has issued.
98. Completion Certificate - Every owner of a high rise building on completion of the building and before its occupation of the building and before its occupation shall obtain from the authority, a completion certificate to the effect that the building has been completed as per the sanctioned plan. Occupancy of a building for which a completion certificate has not been obtained shall be deemed to be a violation of the permission as per the provision of under Section 36 of the Madhya Predesh Nagar Tatha Gram Nivesh Adhiniyam 1973 (No. 23 of 1973) and shall invite the penalty prescribed therein". 

[Rule 17(1)]

I hereby give notice that I intend to develop, re-erect or to make alteration in the building No. ........ or to ........ on/in Plot No. ........ in Colony/Street ........ MOHALLA/BAZAR/ROAD ........ City ........ and in accordance with the rule 17 of the Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules, 1984 I forward herewith the following plans and specifications in quardraplicate duly signed by me and ......... the Architect /Structural Engineer/ Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner.


 (Name in Block letters)

Licence No. .......................... who will supervise its erection.
1. Key Plan
2. Site Plans
3. Sub Division/Layout Plan
4. Building Plans
5. Service Plans
6. Specifications, General and Detailed*
7. Ownership Title
    I request that the development construction may be approved and permission accorded to me to execute the work.

Signature of the Owner .....................................
Name of the Owner ...........................................
Address of the Owner ........................................

Date : .......................

[Rule 17(9)]

I hereby certify that the development, erection, re-erection or material alteration in/of Building No. .................... or the ....................... on/in Plot No. ................... in Colony/Street ......................... MOHALLA/BAZAR/ROAD............................ City ......................... shall be carried out under my supervision and I certify that all the materials (type and grade) and the workmanship of the work shall be generally in accordance with the general and detailed specifications submitted along with, and that the work shall be carried out according to the sanctioned plans.

Signature of Architect /Structural Engineer / Engineer /Supervisor /Town Planner  ..........
Name of Architect/ Structural Engineer/  Engineer /Supervisor/ Town Planner ..........
(in block letters)
License No. of Architect/ Structural Engineer/ Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner ..........
Address of Architect/ Structural Engineer/  Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner ..........

Date ________________

(Rule 26)

Name of the Authority
having jurisdiction


License No. ...........   Date ...........

This license is granted to Shri/messrs ........ (Name & Address) ........... to perform duties of * Architect/Structural Engineer/Engineer/Supervisor

This license will expire on the ........... 200........... The license has paid the fee Rs . ........... vide as Receipt No. ........... Book No............  Date ...........

*Strike off which is not required.
The license is subject to the conditions set forth hereunder.

Place : Seal of Authority   Signature & Designation
of the authorised
to grant license
Date :


1. The license is non-transferable.
2. The license shall display the original copy of this license on a conspicuous place in his/their office and it shall be subject to inspection by the authorised officers of ........ (Authority having jurisdiction) at all reasonable times. 
3. The Licensee shall get this license renewed prior to the date of its expiry.
4. The licensee shall abide by the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules, 1984, and work strictly within the terms of this license.
5. The competence of the licensee shall be restricted as under:-
A. Architect.-The Licensed architect shall be competent to carry out the work related to the building permit as given below and shall be entitled to submit.-
(a) plans and information connected with permission for all building Irrespective of size and height :
(b) structural details and calculations for residential building on plot up to 500 square meters and up to three storeys or 11 meters in height :
(c) Certificate of the supervision and completion of all buildings:
(d) All plans and related information connected with development permit of area up to one hectare : and
(e) Certificate of supervision of development of land of area up to one hectare.
B. Structural Engineer.-The licensed structural engineer shall be competent to carry out the work relating to permission of building etc. and shall be entitled to submit-
(a) all plans and information connected with permission for residential buildings on plot up to 500sq. mt. and up to three storeys or 11 mt. in height;
(b) structural details and calculations for all buildings :
(c) certificate of supervision and completion of all buildings;
(d) all plans and related information connected with permission for development of area up to one hectare;
(e) certificate of supervision for development for land up to one hectare in area.                                   

C. Engineer.-The licensed engineer shall be competent to carry out the work related to the building permit as given below and shall be entitled to submit-
(a) all plans and information connected with residential buildings on plot up to 300 sq.m. and up to two storeys or 7.5 m. in height;
(b) structural detail and calculations for all buildings :
(c) certificate of supervision and completion for buildings up to 500 sq. meters and 4 storeys (15m.)
(d) All plans and related information connected with development permit of area up to one hectare and
(e) certificate of supervision for development of land of area up to one hectare.
D. Supervisor.-The licensed Supervisor shall be entitled to submit,-
(a) all plans and related information connected with building permit for residential buildings up to 200 square meters and up to two storeys or 7.5 meters in height,
(b) certificate of the supervision for buildings in (a)
E. Town Planner.-The licensed town planner shall be entitled to submit,-
(a) all plans and related information connected with development permit of all areas ;
(b) Certificate of supervision for development of land of all areas.
F. Group or Agency.-When an agency or a group of qualified architect or engineer or town planner is practicing then the qualification and competence of work will be combination of the individual qualifications and competence.
6. The licensee shall keep all relevant records for the preparation of plans and supervision work done by him. This record shall be subject to inspection by the authorised officers of the Authority having jurisdiction.
7. The license shall put up his signature, name and license number of each document prepared and submitted to the Authority having jurisdiction.
8. This license is subject to the conditions set forth in the Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules,1984 and any breach of any these conditions will entail cancellation of the license without prejudice of and other legal action against the licensee under any law for the time being in force.                             

(Rule 27)

       With reference to your application .......... Dated .......... for grant of permit for the development of land/building in Khasra No........... on/in plot No .......... in colony/Street .......... Mohalla/ Bazar .......... City No .......... I have to inform you that the sanction has been refused/granted by the Authority on the following grounds/subject to the following terms and conditions :-
Office stamp  

Office (Communication)


Signature of the Authority
Name and Designation
Address of Authority.

[Rule 31 (2) (d)]

I hereby certify that the development of land, erection, re-erection or material alteration in/of building
No ........... of ........... or the ........... on / in plot No. ........... Colony/ Street ........... Mohalla / Bazar /Road ...........  City ........... shall be commenced on ........... as per your permission vide No ...........  dated ........... under the supervision of ................ Licensed Architect / structural. Engineer ................... /Engineer / Supervisor /Town Planner ........... Licence No ........... and in accordance with the plans sanctioned vide.

No...........   Date ...........

Signature of Owner
Name of Owner
(in block letters)
Address of Owner

Dated :


[Rule 31 (2)(e)]

 I hereby notify that the erection, re-erection or material alteration in/of building No .............. or the ............. on/in plot No ............. in Colony/Street ............. Mohalla/Bazar/Road .............. City ............. for which a notice of commencement was given on ............. has reached plinth level. You are therefore requested to inspect the work within seven days from the date of this notice where after. I shall commence construction above plinth level.
     The said work is covered by your permission given vide No ............. dated ............. and is being done under the supervision of ............. licensed architect/ Structural Engineer /Engineer /Supervisor/ Town Planner license No ............. and in accordance with the plans sanctioned vide No ............. Dated .............

Signature of Owner
Name of Owner
(in block letters)
Address of Owner

Dated :


[Rule 31 (2) (f) ]

I hereby certify*that the development of land, erection, re-erection or material alteration in/or Building No ............ or the ............ on/in Plot No ............ in Colony/Street ............Mohalla/ Bazar/ Road ............. has been supervised by me and has been completed on ............ according to the plans sanctioned. vide,No ............ dated ............ The work has been completed to my best satisfaction, the workmanship and all the materials (type and grade) have been used strictly in accordance with general and detailed specifications. No provisions of Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules, 1984 no requisition made, conditions prescribed or orders issued there under have been transgressed in course of the work. The land is fit for construction for which it has been developed or redeveloped or the building is fit for use which it has been erected or altered constructed and enlarged.
I hereby also enclose the plan of the building completed in all aspects.

Signature of Architect/ Structural Engineer/
Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner.
Name of Architect/ Structural Engineer/
Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner
(in block letters)
Licence No. of Architect/ Structural Engineer/
Engineer/ Supervisor/ Town Planner.
Signature of the owner ............................
Name and Address of owner
(in block letters)


[Rule 31 (2) (g)]

The work of erection, re-erection or alteration in/of Building No ................. or the ................. on/in Plot No ................ in Colony / Street .............. Mohalla / Bazar / Road ............... City ............... Completed under the supervision of ................. Architect/ Structural Engineer / Engineer Supervisor, License No ................. has been inspected by me. The building can be permitted/not permitted for occupation subject to the following :-
One set of completion plans duly certified is returned herewith..

Signature of the Authority.

Office Stamp

[Rule38 (1)]

A list of industries which may be permitted in Zone R,:
1. Agarbatti, Dhoop batti etc.
2. Cane and Bamboo products
3. Clay modeling
4. Zari work
5. Hosiery Garments (not hosiery cloth)
6. Products such as-
  (i) Blanco cake
  (ii) School chalk
  (iii) Tailoring chalk
  (iv)chalk crayon
7. Food products including ice cream, sweets, jam, jelly, sauces, cakes, "Papad" and "Badi" scented supari, creamery vermicelli, potato chips and popcorn,
8. Book binding.
9. Framing of pictures and looking glasses (not frame making)
10. Tailoring, Readymade garments
11. Thread balls
12. Assembly and repairing of domestic electric and electronic items
13. Umbrella assembly.
14. Ivory carving
15. Card board boxes
16. Toys and Dolls (except plastic, mechanical or rubber)
17. Candles
18. Carpentary (only with hand tools)
19. Leather (footware) and fancy articles from rezin and leather
20. "Khadi Charkha"
21. Spectacles
22. Photocopy and cyclostyling
23. Stove pins, aluminium buttons
24. Sweater knitting
25. Embroidary
26. Writing ink
27. Camphor and phenyle tablets
28. Cleaning and detergent powder
29. Rubber stamps                                                                                                                                   

30. Decorated glass articles
31. "Shikakai" and soap nut powder
32. File covers
33. Industrial hand gloves
34. Refill (ball point pen)
35. Nail polish
36. Miniature electric bulb decorative series (only preparation allowed)
37. Typewriters and Duplicating Machine repairing
38. Cycle repairs
39. Manufacture of Bidi without power (only with manual labour).
40. "Floor mill up to 7.5 KW".
41. Computing devices including :
  (i) Desktop
  (ii) Personnel Computer
  (iii) Servers
  (iv) Work-Station
  (v) Nodes
  (vi) Terminals
  (vii) Net-work P.C.
  (viii) Home P.C.
  (ix) Lap-top Computer
  (x) Note Book Computer
  (xi) Palm top Computer PDA
42. Net-work Controller Cards/Memories including :
  (i) Net-work Interface Card (NIC)
  (ii) Adapter-Ethernet /PCI/EISA / Combo / PCMCIA
  (iii) SIMMS-Memory
  (iv) DIMMS-Memory
  (v) Central Processing Unit (CPU)
  (vi) Controller-SCSI/Array
  (vii) Processors-Processor/Processor Power Module/Upgrade
43. Storage Units including :
  (i) Hard disk Drives/ Hard Drives
  (ii) Raid Devices & their Controllers
  (iii) Floppy Disk Drives
  (iv) C.D. ROM Drives                                                                                                                             

  (v) Tape Drives-DLT Drives DAT
  (vi) Optical Disk Drives
  (vii) Other Digital Storage Devices
  (viii) CD Writer-Rewriter Devices
44. Others :
  (i) Key Board
  (ii) Monitor
  (iii) Mouse
  (iv) Multi-media Kits
45. Printers and Output Devices including :
  (i) Dot-Matrix
  (ii) Laser-jet
  (iii) Inkjet
  (iv) Desk-jet
  (v) LED Printers
  (vi) Line Printers
  (vii) Glitters
  (viii) Pass-book Printers
46. Net-working products including :
  (i) Hobs
  (ii) Routers
  (iii) Electronic Switches
  (iv) Concentrators
  (v) Trans-receivers
47. Software including :
  (i) Application Software
  (ii) Operating system
  (iii) Middleware/Firmware
48. Power supplies to Computer Systems including :
  (i) Switch, mode power supplies
  (ii) Uninterrupted power supplies
49. Net-working/Cabling & related accessories (related to I.T. Industry)
  (i) Fibro Cable
  (ii) Signal Single Cable (Copper)                                                                                                             

  (iii) Cables
  (iv) Connectors, Terminal Blocks
  (v) Jack Panels, patch cord
  (vi) Mounting Cord, patch panels
  (vii) Bread Boards, wiring blocks
 (viii) Surface mount boxes.
50. Consumables including :
  (i) C.D. ROM / Compact Disk
  (ii) Floppy Disk
  (iii) Tapes DA/DLT
  (iv) Prints Ribbons
  (v) Toners for printers
  (vi) Inkjet Cartridges
  (vii) Inks for Output devices.
51. Electronic Components : Used for Computers in I.T.
  (i) Printed Circuit Board assembly/populated
  (ii) Printed Circuit Board / PLB
  (iii) Transistors
  (iv) Integrated Circuits/ICs
  (v) Diodes/Thyristor/LED
  (vi) Resistors
  (vii) Capacitors
  (viii) Switches ( On/off, Push button, Rocker etc.)
  (ix) Plugs/Sockets/relays used for Computers/Electronics
  (x) Magnetic heads for Computer devices and Print heads for Computer Printers
  (xi) Connectors
  (xii) Microphones/Speakers used in Computers
  (xiii) Fuses.
52. Tele-Communication Equipments including :
  (i) Videophones
  (ii) Fax Cards
  (iii) Multiplexers/Muxes
  (iv) Modem
  (v) Antenna & Mast
  (vi) Wireless dotcom equipment-including Set.
  (vii) Top Boxes for both Video and Digital Signaling                                                                               

  (viii) VSATS
  (ix) Video Conferencing Equipments.
53. I.T. enable Service such as Transcriptions.
Note .- 1. Wholesalers, retailers, marketing agents, distributors consignment and forwarding agents dealing in the above items shall not be included.
2. Condition of “not more than 5 workers at a time are employed” is not applicable for industries listed after number 40.

List of industries which may be permitted in Zone R,:

1. A floor mill maximum power 7.5 K.W.
2. Printing press Maximum 5 K.W.
3. Service stations for light vehicle like Mopeds and Cars only 5K.W. (Max..)
4. Dry cleaning, dyeing and darning 3 K.W. (Max)
5. Wire products 3 K.W. (Max.)
These products will include only-
  (i) Paper pins
  (ii) Blouse hooks.
  (iii) Gem clips
  (iv) Glued staples
  (iv) Curtain rings
  (v) Key rings
In the case of industries from 1 to 5 above, the distance between two industries should not be less than one half kilo-meter and the distance from nearest residential building should not be less than 4.5 meters.
6. Cotton filling, wood carving and artistic wares, plastic products, Cogappes and brass products, block making and enlargements may be allowed with motive power upto 1 K.W. only in areas that may be specified for such industries and until such areas are specified, in shopping centers.


List of items manufacture of which may be allowed in Commercial Areas with a restricted power load of 5 K.W.
Commercial/Hosiery/Paper Products
1. Printing press
2. Tel Ghani
3. Shoe-laces
4. File tags
5. File covers (hard board)
6. Auto-painting
7. Plastic injections moulded goods
8. Plastic blow moulded goods
9. Plastic compression moulded goods
10. Tyre re-treading (with boiler)
11. Optical lens Grinding
12. Paper products-
  (i) Plates
  (ii) cups
  (iii) envelops
  (iv) Drinking Straws
  (v) Paper bags.
13. Card Board boxes
14. Polythene Bags (hand Process)
15. Plastic rain-coats, file covers, dairy covers and the like.
16. Ball point pens and fountains pens
17. Upholstry work
18. Battery recharging
19. Cycle seat covers
20. Electroplating
21. Laundry
22. Tooth powder
23. "Agarbatti"
24. Fountain pen ink and writing ink 
25. Bakelite electrical accessories                                                                                                           

26. confectionery
27. Bread making
28. Shoes and chappals
29. Foam leather belts, traveling goods, and the like
30. Industrial leather gloves
31. Wicks for stoves
32. Cosmetic
33. Plastic name plates
34. Pharmaceutical tabletting and capsule filling and liquid filling
35. Meethi supari
36. Ice-candy
37. jams, jelleys, pickles, sauces, etc.
38. Readymade garments
39. Surgical bandages
40. Reeling of threads
41. Scientific glass apparatus
42. Exercise-books
43. Distilled water
44. Rubber stamps
45. Rubber balloons
46. Grinding of spices
47. pan masala
48. Detergent powder
49. Sports goods
50. Chalk crayons
51. Flour mills (chakki)
52. Watch straps (PVC)
53. Creamery and dairy products
54. Re-packing of medicines and the like
55. Transistor Radio covers (leather)
56. Dyeing and darning
57. Photo-stat copy centre and cyclostyling
58. Knitting of sweaters etc.
59. Emproidary electrical
60. Voltage stablisers
61. Electric motor winding
62. Refrigerator repairing
63. Battery eliminator and chargers
64. Hi-fi-speakers
65. Heating elements                                                                                                                               

66. Decorations service of miniature lamps
67. Etching of printed circuit boards
68. Small transformers and chokes
69. Electric bells and Buzzers
70. Emergency lights
71. One/two band transistor radios
72. Loud speaker assembly
73. RF/IF Transformer and tuning coils
74. Wire bound Registers
75. Aerials/ Antennas Radio Receivers/TV Receivers
76. Electronic Fan regulators
77. Electric light dimmers
78. electronic Gas Lighters/Cigarette lighters
79. Electric-Mechanical components for Electronic appliances-
  (a) Switches other than Read Relays
  (b) Relays other than Read Relays.
80. Repairing of Electrical/Electronic Domestic, Appliance instruments.


81. Scooter and car repairing and servicing
82. Sewing machine spacing assembly and repairing
83. Link clips
84. Paper pins/Gem clips
85. Shoe eye lets
86. Aluminium furniture
87. Watch straps (Mettallic)
88. Hair pins
89. Wire made kitchen stands
90. Umbrella assembly
91. Venetian Blinds
92. Buckles
93. Fountain pen nibs
94. Spectacle hinges
95. Hose clamps
96. Imitation Jewellery
97. File mechanism
98. M.S. Washers
99. Wooden toys
100. Wooden electrical fittings
101. Luggage carriers                                                                                                                             

102. Photo framing
103. Watch repairing
104. Bicycle assembly and repairing
105. Gold smithy.

[Rule 49 (3)]

   The Authority
   Madhya Pradesh.

I hereby intend to develop/ redevelop the land Khasra No ............. on/ in plot No ............. In Colony/ Street ............. in Mohalla/ Bazar............. in City ................. The proposals of the Development Plan/ Zonal Development Plan pertaining to the area may be made available, for the preparation of sub-division plan for the land referred to above. The necessary payment for procuring the proposals of Development Plan/Zonal Development Plan/has been made and the attested copy of receipt is enclosed.

Signature of Owner

Name of Owner
(in block letters)

Address of Owner



[Rule 81]
Off-Street Parking Spaces

L-1. The spaces to be left out for off-street parking as given in L-2 to L-6 shall be in Additions to the open spaces left out for lighting and ventilation Purposes as given in rule-80. However, one row of car parking may be provided in the front open space of 12 meters without reducing the clear vehicular access way to less than 6 meters. 
(2) Further 50 per cent of the open spaces required under rule 55 around buildings may be allowed to be utilized for parking or loading or unloading spaces, provided that minimum distance of 3.6 meters around the building shall be kept free from any parking, loading or unloading spaces.
L-2 Each off-street parking space provided for motor vehicles (car ) shall not be less than 13.75 square meters area, and for scooters and cycles the parking spaces provided shall not be less than 1.25 square meters and 1.00 square meter, respectively.
L-3. For buildings of different occupancies, off-street parking space for vehicles shall be provided as stipulated below :-
(a) Motor Vehicles.- Space shall be provided as specified in the following Table for parking motor vehicles (cars).

Off Street Parking Spaces
(Clause L(3)
One car parking space for every

SI.No. Occupancy Population
2,00,000 to 10,00,000
50,000 to 2,00,000
Population less
than 50,000
1 2 3 4 5
1 Residential
(i) Multi-family
(a) 2 tenements having carpet area 101 to 200 square meters.
(b) 1 tenements
Exceeding 201 sq.
meters carpet area.
_ _
tourist Homes and
hotels, with lodging
4 guest rooms 8 12
2 Educational 70 square meters
carpet area of fraction
there of Administrative
office area and public
service areas.
3 Institutional
10 beds (private)
15 beds (public)
15 (private)
25 (public)
20 (private)
4 (i) Assembly Halls,
Cinema Theatres
25 seats 80 120
  (ii) Restaurants Up to first 20 seats nil,
one for every Additional
20 seats.
40 60
  (iii) Marriage
Halls, Community
200 square meters plot area. 400 square meter
plot area.
600 square meter
plot area.
5 Business office and
firms for private
100 square meters
carpet area or fraction
200 square meter
carpet area of
fraction thereof.
300 square meter
carpet area or
fraction there of.
  (ii) Public/ or
semi-public offices.
200 square meters
carpet area.
300 squire meters
carpet area.
500 square
meters carpet
6 Mercantile 100 square meters
carpet area or fraction
there of.
200 square meters
carpet area or
fraction there of.
300 square
meters carpet
area or fraction
there of.
7 Industrial 200 square meters
carpet area or fraction
there of.
300 square meter
carpet area or
fraction there of.
400 square
meters carpet
area or fraction
there of.
8 Storage 500 square meters or
part there of.

Note 1- In the case of auditoria for educational buildings parking space shall be provided as per Serial No.4                                                                                                                                             

Note 2- For plots up to 100 square meters as in the case of shops, parking space need not be insisted on.
Note3- For other institutions transport/communication center parking space requirements shall be assessed based on proposed building.
Note4- The requirements for off-street parking for metropolitan city with population more than 4,00,000 shall be broadly based on column (3) and appropriately adopted to suit, the increased traffic generated, the traffic pattern as well as the nature of vehicles in the city.
(a) Other type of vehicles.-For non-residential building, in addition to the parking areas provided in (a) above, 25 to 50 percent additional parking space shall be provided for parking other types of vehicles and the additional spaces required for other vehicles shall be as decided by the Authority, keeping in the nature of traffic generated in the city.
L-4 Off-street parking space shall be provided with adequate vehicular access to street and the area of drives, aisles and such other provisions required for adequate maneuvering of vehicles shall be exclusive of the parking space stipulated in these rules.
L-5 If the total parking space required by these rules is provided by a group of property owners for their mutual benefits, such use of this space may be construed as meeting the off-street parking requirements under these rules, subject to the approval of the Authority.
L-6 In additions to the parking spaces provided for buildings of Mercantile (commercial) Industrial and storage, at the rate of one such space of 3.5 meters X 7.5 meters for loading and unloading activities, for each 1000 square meters of floor area or fraction there of shall be provided.
L-7 Parking spaces shall be paved and clearly marked for different types of vehicles.
L-8 In the case of parking spaces provided in basements at least two ramps of adequate width and slope shall be for provided located preferably at opposite ends 

(See Rule 81)

In providing the parking, care has to be taken that minimum 25% of the open space is left for landscaping (soft surface) and is not accounted for into parking calculations.
Note :- Area for each car space :-
(i) Basement : 35 Sq.m.
(ii) Stilts : 30 Sq.m.
(iii) Open  : 25 Sq.m.
Parking space shall provided with adequate vehicular access to a street and the area of drive, aisles and such other provisions required for adequate maneuvering of vehicle shall be inclusive of the parking space stipulated in these rules.
If the total parking space required by these rules is provided by a group of property owners for their mutual benefits, such parking shall meet the requirements under these rules subject to the approval of the Authority.
In addition to the parking spaces provided, for buildings of wholesale market, Industrial and Storage, at the rate of one such space for loading and unloading activities for each 100 sq. m. of floor area, of faction there of exceeding the first 200 sq. m. of floor area shall be provided. Parking spaces shall be paved and cleanly marked for different types of vehicles.
In the case of parking spaces provided in basement, at least two ramps of adequate width and slope shall be provided, located preferably at opposite ends.

(Rule 94)
Special requirements for Low income Housing only

M-1. GENERAL.-(1)The requirements cover the planning and general building requirements of Low Income Housing developed as clusters. The requirements regarding layout planning of low income housing colonies are applicable to Public agencies/Government bodies. The requirement on design and construction of buildings for Low Income Housing in approved layouts are applicable to public agencies/ Government bodies or private builders.
(2) In these planning standards, the general development plan requirements for community open spaces estimated at 0.2 Hectares per thousand person is provided;road areas are worked out between 10 to 25 percent of the site area; one nursery school of 0.1 hectare is provided for a population of 1500 and shopping centers at 4 shops per thousand population is also covered. It would, therefore, be seen that even for apparently high densities the basic requirements and community facilities are also taken care of .
(3) It is emphasized that this type of development should apply to clusters of 400 dwelling units, so distributed in the development under consideration to maintain the overall densities of the master plan for the area (see Note 1) of table. 
M-2. PLANNING. -(1) Type of Development.-The type of development for low income housing shall be (i)plotted development as row housing, (ii) flatted the development as row housing, (iii) block development as group housing.
(2) Density.- The maximum density, Dwelling units/hectare, shall be as given in the following table :- 

[clause M-2 (2) ]

SI.No. Density in dwelling Units/ Hectare for plinth Area of Unit of No.of Storeys
20 square meters 30 square meters
(1) (2) (3) (4)
i 130 85 1
ii 250 170 2
iii 300 225 3
iv 350 260 4
v 400 300 5

Note 1- These densities are applicable to a cluster of dwellings up to 400 with a family of 5 members.
Note 2- Vertical incremental housing shall be permitted in single ownership plot.                                 

Note 3- These densities include provision for open spaces convenient shopping, nursery, and all internal roads and pathways, but do not include peripheral road around the cluster.
Note 4- The minimum density shall be 75 per cent of the above.
(3) (i) Size of Plot/Plinth Area.-The minimum plot size shall be as follows, with a coverage not exceeding 75 per cent.
30 square meters Incremental housing with one room, cooking space and combined bath and WC on ground floor and future extension of one room and a bath on the first floor/ground floor.
40 square meters Two roomed house on each floor for Group Housing/Individual ownership house.
Note 1-The minimum size of plots takes into account the need of incremental housing. In the case of cities (other than metropolitan cities) with population less than 0.5 million, the size of the plots may be increased by 331 /3 per cent.
Note 2- In exceptional cases in metropolitan cities with population more than 1 million, the size of plots maybe brought down to 25 square meters in cases of low income house colonies located in congested areas or in areas as decided by the Authority. 
(ii) Minimum Frontage.- The minimum frontage of the plot, shall be 3.6 meters in width.
Note-The minimum frontage of 3.6 meters is desirable. For an economical layout, group housing appears to be a good solution. But if plotted development is to be adopted and if there are occasions when sufficient frontage is not available the same may be reduced to 3 meters.
(4) Height of building.--The height of building shall not exceed 15 meters.
Note- For building up to the height of 15 meters, there is no need to provide lifts.
M-3. General building Requirements.- (1) The requirements of parts of buildings shall be as in clauses (2) to (7) below.
(2) Plinth.- The minimum height of plinth shall be 30 centimeters from the surrounding ground level.
(3) Size of room.-(a) Habitable Room--
(i) In the case of one-roomed house, the size of the Multipurpose room including space for cooking shall be not less than 10 square meters with a minimum width of 2.4 meters.                                       

(ii) In the case of two roomed house, the size of a room shall not be less than 6.5 square meters with a minimum width of 2.1 meters provided that total area of both rooms is not less than 15 square-meters. In case of incremental housing to be developed as a future two roomed house, the total area of rooms to be provided in the initial and later stages should not be less than less than 16 square meters.
(b) W.C./Bath Room-
(i) Size of independent water closet shall be 0.9x1.0 meters.
(ii) Size of independent bath shall be 1.0x1.2 meters.
(iii) Size of combined bath and water closet shall be 1.0x1.8 meters and this may be permitted in one roomed house.
(c) Kitchen - The size of cooking alcove serving as cooking space shall not be less than 2.4 square meters with minimum width of 1.2 meters. The size width of 1.2 meters. The size of individual kitchen provided in two-roomed house shall not be less than 3.3 square meters with a minimum width of 1.5
(d) Balcony - The minimum width of individual balcony, where provided, shall be 0.9 meter
(4) (i) Minimum Height -The minimum height of rooms/spaces shall be as follows:-
(a) Habitable Room - 2.6 meters
(b) Kitchen - 2.4 meters
(c) Bath/WC. - 2.2 meters
(d) Corridor-2.1 meters
(ii) In the case of slopping roofs, the average height of roof for habitable rooms shall be 2.6 meters and the minimum height at eaves shall be 2.0 meters.
(5) Lighting and Ventilations - The openings through windows, ventilators and other for lighting and ventilation shall be as provided in sub-rule (3) of rule 79.
Note- The window and other opening shall abut on to open spaces either through areas left open within the plot or the front, side and rear spaces provided in the layouts which shall be treated as deemed to be sufficient for light and ventilation purposes.                                                                      (6) Stairs - The following criteria shall be adopted for internal individual staircase :-
(a) Minimum Width
(i) 2 storeyed - straight 0.60 meter
(ii) 2 storeyed - winding 0.75 meter
(iii) 3 or more storeyed - straight 0.75 meter
(iv) 3 or more storeyed - winding 0.90 meter
(b) Riser 20 Centimeters Max.
(c) Tread

(i) 2 storeyed 22.5 centimeters minimum
(ii) 3 storeyed or more 25 centimeters minimum
Note - This could be reduced to 20 centimeters as the clear tread between perpends, with possibility of open rise as well as nosing and inclined riser to have an effective going of 22.5 centimeter.
(d) Head Room - the minimum clear head room shall be 2.1 meters.
(7) Circulation Area - Circulation area on any floor including staircase shall not exceed
2.0 square meters/unit where 4 dwelling units are grouped around a staircase.
4.0 square meters/unit where 2 dwelling units are grouped.
M-4.- Roads and pathways - (1) The area under roads and path-ways in such housing projects should normally not exceed 25% of the total land area of the project. 
Access to the dwelling units, particularly where motorised vehicles are not normally expected should be by means of paved footpaths with right of way of 6 meters and paved-way of minimum 2 meters only. The right of way should be adequate to allow for the playing of emergency vehicles and also for road side drains and plantation. Where motor-able access-ways are not provided and pedestrian path– ways are provided, the minimum width of such pedestrian path-way shall be 3 meters which shall not serve more than 100 meters.
M-5. Other requirements - (1) One water tap per dwelling unit may be provided where adequate drinking water supply is available. If supply is inadequate, public hydrants shall be provided. In the absence of piped water supply, it could be done through hand pumps.
(2) The infrastructural services shall be provided before the plots are handed over to individual owners.
M-6. Site and services schemes - The developed plot size shall be as per M-2(3). Services would have to be laid by the Agency concerned as per the provisions of these rules. In so far as roads and pathways are concerned they should also be in line with M-4.
(2) Site and services schemes shall provide for the following :-
(a) the infra structural needs for a permanent housing depending upon requirements;
(b) a service sanitary core in the plot; and
(c) permission to allow temporary construction of a developed plinth may be provided, where feasible.

(See rule 78)
(individual House)


Dig a number of 3 m. deep and 30 cm dia percolation pits of 3 m. intervals around the plinth fill them up with broken bricks and pack the top 15 cm. with river sand Erect 7.5 c.m. high dwarf walls entrance to facilitate recharge.

(Building Complexes)


On the three sides along the inner periphery adjoining the compound wall, dig 1m. wide pit to a depth of 1.5 m. and fill it with 5 to 7.5 cm. sized pebbles let the rain water falling on the terrace flow into this pebble bed.



Provide well of 1.2 m dia for a depth of 10.0 m and divert the rainwater from the terrace into the well through rainwater down take pipes. Divert the rain water falling around the open space surrounding the building to the frontage where in a gutter is provided for a depth of 1.0 M and a width of 0.6 M with perforated slabs. The rain water collected in the gutter in front of the entrance is discharged into another recharge well of 1.2 M dia with 10.0 m. deep provided hereby through necessary piping arrangements.

Appendix – O
(See rule 16-A)

Certificate of information by the builder regarding proposed Structural Design
to the appropriate Department related to construction of Building

( To be submitted along with appropriate building structure proposal)

(Name and Address of Builder)
(Name and Address of the appropriate Department related to construction of Building).
Sub:- Description of Work and Address
Dear Sir,
This is to certify that the Architectural work related to proposed construction of the Building mentioned above and submitted for approval is entrusted by me/us to 

Name of Architect

And that the work of the structural Engineering consultancy services Design for the proposed Construction of building mentioned above and submitted for approval is entrusted by me / us to

Name of the Structural Engineer


Dated …………………….

Signature of the Builder

Appendix – O-1
(See rule 16-A)

Certificate : The following certificate is to be submitted along with the drawing of Building while submitting the plans for obtaining permission for construction of Building- 

1. Certified that the building plans submitted for approval regarding permission for construction of Building satisfy the safety requirements as stipulated under rule 84 of Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules,1984(including Annexure ‘A’ as amended from time to time) and the information given therein is factually correct to the best of our knowledge and understanding.

2. It is also certified that the structural design including safety from natural hazards based on soil conditions has been duly incorporated in the design of the building and these provisions shall be adhered to during the construction.

Signature of owner
With date
Signature of Architect      with date Signature of Engineer/        Structural Engineer  date               (As defined in NBC
Of India)
Name in Block Letters Address Name in Block Letters Address Name in Block Letters Address


Appendix – P
(See rule 16-A)

Certificate by the Structural Engineer
Regarding the structural design information to the appropriate
Department related to construction of Building
( To be submitted along with proposal for construction of Building)

(Name and Address of Builder)
(Name and Address of the appropriate Department related to construction of
Subject:- Description of work and Address

Dear Sir,
This is to certify that the work of Structural Engineer consultancy Services, Design for the construction of Building mentioned above and submitted for approval is entrusted by me/us by …………. and satisfies the requirements of Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules, 1984.

Name of the Builder:   Signature of Structural
Address of the Builder:   Date:


Appendix – P-1
(See rule 16-A)

Certificate by the Architect to the appropriate Department related to construction of Building regarding the Architectural Drawings.

(Name and Address of Builder)
(Name and Address of the appropriate Department related to construction of Building).
Subject:- Description of work and Address
Dear Sir,
This is to certify that the Architectural work of the proposed construction of Building mentioned above and submitted for approval is entrusted by me/us by

Name of the Builder/Owner

Address of the Builder/Owner

This is the further certify that Building drawings prepared by me/us satisfies the requirements of Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas Rules, 1984. Special Construction Features on Configuration of IS-4326-1993.

    Signature of Architect


Appendix – P- 2
(See rule 16-A)

Format of providing Structural Engineering Design date for Reinforced Concrete Structure for attaching to first set of Structural drawings for a project.

Name of the Structural Engineer :

Registration No.:

Address :

Job Description :

Job Location :

Name of the Owner/Client: 

Address :

Architectural Reference Drawings:

The design parameters given in this format are followed by me/us in preparing structural design and drawings for the job mentioned above.

IS Codes of Practice-

1. IS 456-2000 Indian Standard for Plain and Reinforced Concrete.
2. IS 875- 1978 Design Loads ( Other than Earthquake).
3. IS 1893-1984 Indian Standard for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structure.

Signature of Structural Engineer.


Appendix –P-3
(See Rule 16-A)

On completion of a building and before occupation the architect and the Structural Engineer will jointly inspect the building and send a report of completion of the building to the sanctioning authority stating that the work is done as per approved plans and design.
Certificate: The following certificate is to be submitted at the time of obtaining Completion Certificate from the sanctioning authority by the builder/owner:-

1. Certified that the building(s) has been constructed according to the Sanctioned Plan and Structural design (one set of Structural drawings as executed is enclosed) which incorporates the provisions of structural safety as specified in relevant prevailing IS Codes/Standard/Guidelines.

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

3. Any subsequent change in the drawings will be responsibility of the owner(s).

Signature of owner
With date
Signature of Architect      with date Signature of Engineer/ Structural Engineer date (As defined in NBC Of India)
Name in Block Letters Address Name in Block Letters Address Name in Block Letters Address


Appendix –P-4
(See rule 16-A)
Completion Certificate

The work is supervised by me during construction and it is certified that the work is completed as per approved plans.

Signature of Architect(s).

Appendix – P-5
(See rule 16-A)
Completion Certificate

I / We have completed the work as per plans approved by Sanctioning Authority and as per design finalised by the Architect and Structural Engineer.
(Note .- Use form for submitting completion certificate )

Signature of Builder(s)

Appendix – P-6
(see rule 16-A)

I / We have supervised the work during construction and certify that the same is done as per design prepared by me / us.

Signature of Structural Engineer(s)