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Govt Announces New Building Bye-laws For Delhi, Construction Projects To Zoom
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Union urban development ministry has announced ‘Building Bye-Laws for Delhi-2016’ on Wednesday. The law enables single window clearance, approvals in 30 days and online payments for any construction in Delhi. These changes in law, will boom real estate market and bring ease of doing businesses in the National Capital.
This law has been revised after 33 years; it was last revised in 1983.
While speaking to the media, Minister of Urban Development Mr. M Venkaiah Naidu said “The new laws have been made user friendly through unification and simplification of a host of amendments made over the last three decades and integration of approvals by different agencies into a single platform.”
Under the revised law, Applications will be submitted through common single window online to the concerned urban local body instead of applying to various agencies like Airports Authority of India, Delhi Fire Services, Power Distribution Companies, Delhi Jal Board, National Monuments Authority, Delhi Urban Arts Commission, Delhi Metro, concerned central ministries like Forests, Railways, Defence and others.
Now applicants will not have to move different agencies separately for making payments, instead they can make single payment electronically to the concerned department.
In the revised law, the union urban development ministry has reduced the maximum time limit for granting building permit from 60 days to just 30 days and the number of documents to be submitted for obtaining building permits has been reduced from 40 to just 14 to enhance the ease of doing business.
Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change has now concurred to integrate approvals by agreeing to empower urban local bodies to accord environmental clearance for built up area up to 1,50,000 sq. meters as against the present norm of obtaining EC from State Environment Assessment Authorities under that Ministry for built up area of 20,000 sq.mt and above up to 1,50,000 sq. meters, the government said in an official statement.
In addition, the owner of residential plot size up to 105 sq meters in Delhi need not obtain the sanction of building plans. They are only required to submit an undertaking intimating about construction along with requisite fees and other documents to start construction.
Now, Procedure for obtaining Completion-cum-Occupancy Certificate has been simplified by reducing the number of documents to be submitted by the owner from 36 to just 9.
The new law also made a compulsion for all buildings and facilities used by the public, shall have provision for universal design for differently-able persons, children and the elderly.
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