Unified building byelaws approved by DDA

The Authority meeting of the urban body was today held at the Raj Niwas here under the chairmanship of Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

 NEW DELHI: The proposal for Unified Building Bye Laws (UBBL) for Delhi 2016 was today approved by DDA’s Authority, which also proposed modifications in Master Plan for Delhi in social infrastructure and motel segments, and a 200 acres biodiversity park in the city.

“Proposal for Unified Building Bye Laws (UBBL) for Delhi -2016, finalised after having detailed discussion with various stakeholders — government department and local bodies.

“After approval, DDA will initiate the process for software development for online building permit system for building permits,” the DDA said.

The Authority meeting of the urban body was today held at the Raj Niwas here under the chairmanship of Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

“A proposal has been made for developing the Tughlaqabad biodiversity park on 200 acres of land in Tehkhand Phase – II,” it said.

Proposals were also put up to effect modification in the MPD 2021 with reference to Chapter 13, Social Infrastructure Development control norms for international convention centre for parking standard, exhibition, convention and meeting space and activities permitted.

Similarly, the other local bodies of Delhi will initiate the same process. Modifications in MPD-2021 regarding motels were also proposed including — restrictions to be followed by motels for holding social functions such as minimum 40 per cent of the plot area for parking space falls inside the boundary wall, demarcation of parking area within the motel, among other conditions, the DDA said.

Proposal to retain the weighted average plinth area rates for the half-period ending March, 2016 at the same levels as for the half yearly period ending September 30, 2015 was also proposed for standard costing of flats.

“Transit-Orientation Development (TOD) regulations have been updated based on the suggestion and feedback from various agencies. These will be scrutinised and regulations shall be modified, if required,” it said.

A proposal was also made to fix premium for institutional land allotted to central and other agencies and educational institutions.
Change of land usage in some parts of the city and regularisation of existing farm houses were among other proposals made today during the meeting, it added.

Source: Economic Times
Dated: 18th February 2016

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