[ecis2016.org] The DDA has approved the Unified Building Bye-Laws for Delhi 2016, which will include modifications in the city’s master plan for social infrastructure
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA), recently (on February 17), approved the proposal for Unified Building Bye-Laws (UBBL) for Delhi 2016, which also proposed a 200-acre biodiversity park and modifications in the city’s master plan for social infrastructure and motel segments.
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The proposal for UBBL for Delhi-2016, was finalised after having detailed discussion with various stakeholders, including government departments and local bodies, the DDA said. After it is approved, the DDA will initiate the process of software development for the online building permit system. Change of land usage in some parts of the city and regularisation of existing farm houses, were among other proposals made during the meeting, it added.
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“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 Master Plan of Delhi (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. The DDA also proposed to retain the weighted average plinth area rates for the half-period ending March 31, 2016, at the same levels as for the half-yearly period ending September 30, 2015. “Transit Orientation Development (TOD) regulations have been updated, based on the suggestions 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.
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