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  • 1.
    • BUILDING BYE LAWS FOR DELHI
    Kaushal Mathur Ayush Jain Vikash Kumar
  • 2. Meaning of “Issue or Grant of a Building Permit”
    • Issue of a Deemed Building Permit by an Architect on Record of the MCD or a grant of a Municipal Building Permit by the Commissioner shall mean an acceptance by the Corporation that the design and specifications of the proposed building, for which Building Permit has been issued or granted, conforms to these Building Byelaws, and, that the person holding the Building Permit may undertake construction of the proposed building.
    • It does not constitute acceptance of correctness, confirmation, approval or endorsement of:
    • (a) Title, ownership, and easement rights of the plot on which the building is proposed
    • (b) Workmanship, soundness of material and structural safety of the proposed building.
    • and shall not bind or render the MCD liable in any way in regard to (a) and (b) above.
    • Any building undertaken without an issue or a grant of a Building Permit, or undertaken after a Building Permit has lapsed, or, after a Building Permit has been revoked, shall be deemed to be an Unauthorized Building .
  • 3. Format for submission of Documents, Drawings and Specifications
    • Standard Sizes of all Drawings and Documents
    • All drawings and documents shall be of standard sizes as prescribed below:
    148 X 210 A5 6. 210 X 297 A4 5. 297 X 420 A3 4. 420 X 594 A2 3. 594 X 841 A1 2. 841 X 1189 A0 1. Trimmed Size (mm) Standard sizes S. No.
  • 4. Format for submission of Documents, Drawings and Specifications
    • Colours and Notations
    Black dotted thin Black dotted thin Black dotted thin Black dotted thin Black dotted thin Black dotted thin Water supply work Red dotted Red dotted Red dotted Red dotted Red dotted Red dotted Drainage and sewerage work Red Red Red Red Red Red Proposed work Yellow hatched Yellow hatched Yellow hatched Yellow hatched Yellow hatched Yellow hatched Work proposed to be demolished Blue White Black Blue White Black outline Existing works No colour No colour No colour No colour No colour No colour Open spaces Thick dotted Black Thick dotted Black Thick dotted Black Permissible building line Green dotted Green dotted Green dotted Future street, if any Green Green Green Existing street Thick Black Thick Black Thick Black Thick Black Thick Black Thick Black Plot lines Building Plan Site Plan Item No.
  • 5. Mandatory Specifications
  • 6.
    • Minimum Clearances from Electrical Lines In accordance with provisions of the Indian Electricity Rules, 1956.
    Minimum Clearances from Trunk Infrastructure
    • Minimum Clearances from Petroleum Pipelines In accordance with provisions of the Petroleum Pipelines (Acquisition of Right of User in Land) Act, 1962.
    33.0 56.0
  • 7. Min. Railing (parapet) height = 1.0 m; AND <=1.5m. Architectural Elements
        • Minimum Clearance Height in Buildings
        • Railings
    Height of boundary wall <= 2.2m from the adjacent street
        • Boundary Wall
        • In the absence of such a street, the height of the boundary wall shall be measured from the natural ground level along the outer edge of the plot.
        • Signage and Hoardings
        • No ad-hoardings on building terraces or on the plot.
        • Only signage pertaining to building usage may be erected on the plot; approval by the Corporation needed.
  • 8. Width of the access/exit lane PARKING 4.5m 2.5m Min. Dimensions (parking a single entity) 3m/6m R>=5m Car Parking 1.75m 0.9m 2m/4m R>=4.5m Two Wheeler Parking For Cars For Two Wheelers
    • Max. slope of access/exit lane at any point = 1:7
    • Min. clear height = 2.4m
    WHERE Parking can be of 3 types: Basement Stilt Open 35 sqm 30 sqm 25 sqm. Area for each car space (One car space per 92.93 sq. m. of covered area should be provided)
  • 9.
    • Lift(s) shall be provided in all buildings having a habitable floor at a height above 13.5 m from the plinth level.
    • Lifts and escalators shall also meet fire prevention and safety requirements .
    • Maintenance of Lifts and Escalators
    • Responsibility of the owner, to ensure that they are safe to use.
    • Maintenance Protocol
    • IS: 1860 – 1980 Code of Practice for Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Electric Passenger and Goods Lift
    • IS: 6620 – 1972 Code of Practice for Electric Service Lifts
    • IS: 4591 – 1968 Code of Practice for Installation and Maintenance of Escalators.
    Lifts and Escalators
  • 10. Rain Water Disposal Environmental Management
      • Rain Water Management
    • On the roof (terrace) of a building and the remaining area of the plot.
    • Rain water shall not be discharged onto a street at a height > 1.0 m from the level of the street.
    • The manner of channelling rain water discharge from a plot to a public storm water drain, if available, shall be determined by the Corporation.
    45 cm. (Min. properly drained)
        • Rain Water Harvesting
    • Mandatory for all buildings for plot sizes >= 100 sq. m.
    • The system of storm water drainage and storage in reservoirs and recharge should conform to specifications published by the Central Ground Water Authority .
  • 11. Standards and specifications of facilities shall conform to the requirements of the Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules , 2000, issued by the Ministry of Environment and Forest , and as amended from time to time.
      • Solid Waste Management
    Environmental Management
  • 12. Minimum Setbacks and other Specifications
  • 13. In case the permissible coverage is not achieved with setbacks, the setbacks of preceding category may be allowed. Minimum Setbacks and other Specifications
  • 14.
    • Apartment Bldg. (<15m height)
    • Apartment Bldg. (>15m height)
    • Non- Apartment Bldg. (>=15m height)
    • Basement having fire storage tanks or hazardous materials
    Fire Fighting Installations NIL Wet risers and/or Down comers Wet risers and/or Down comers High Pressure water spray OR Foam
  • 15. Residential Specifications
  • 16. Max. height is limited according to the street width. Case 1: Height Limit Street width = a (say) Height of building = h Front Open space = b (say) h<= 1.5(a+b)
    • Case 2:
    • In vicinity of aerodromes:
    • Consult Civil Aviation Authorities.
    • When h>=30m, within 20km from aerodrome,
    • Have to get a NOC from Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
    • (iii) In vicinity of Defence Aerodromes,
    • Max. height – Defence Authority.
  • 17. Open spaces around buildings 12.0
    • This provision depends on the building height.
    Height of Building Open space
  • 18. Pollution Control
      • Air Pollution
    • All buildings shall conform to provisions of Air Pollution Control Act, 1981 .
      • Water Pollution
    • All buildings shall conform to provisions of Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.
      • Noise Pollution
    • All buildings shall maintain ambient air quality standards in respect of noise,
    • as prescribed in the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000 .
  • 19. GUIDELINES FOR ALLOWING MIXED LAND USE, NAMELY, NURSING HOMES, GUEST HOUSES AND BANKS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS.
    • Allows above in residential plots of minimum size 209 sqm facing roads of minimum width 18 mts
    • 9 mts. in special areas and 13.5 mts. in rehabilitation colonies
    • The maximum plot size for the above mentioned activities will be 1000 sqm.
    • All parking requirements of plot size over 250 sqm is to be provided within the plot. In case of smaller plots, land in the vicinity will be identified and common parking areas developed.
    Delhi Master plan.
  • 20. GUIDELINES FOR ALLOWING MIXED LAND USE, NAMELY, NURSING HOMES, GUEST HOUSES AND BANKS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS.
    • Nursing Homes, on payment of a fee, should link up their disposal of waste with MCD/NDMC, to ensure hygienic disposal.
    • No commercial activity in the form of canteen or restaurant will be permitted. Catering will be allowed only for the residents of the Guest Houses/Nursing Homes.
    • To avoid chances of recycling of syringes, needles, plastics, the Nursing Homes must ensure that these are destroyed before disposal.
    Delhi Master plan.
  • 21.
    • Framed 24 yrs ago. Thus outdated
    • Building technologies have changed
    • Change in population pressure on the buildings.
    Delhi bye laws outdated.
  • 22. THANK YOU…

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