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    • Punjab Bye Lawsfor Commercial Buildings
    • Punjab Bye Laws for commercial buildings •Maximum permissible ground coverage is 40% in commercial. •Height- Unlimited, if there is any airport in the district, then special permission is taken from the Airport Authority of India. •F.A.R.-1.75 •Parking- 3 E.C.S. / 100sq m. covered area on all the floors •For open parking,1 E.C.S.-23 sq m. •For stilt or ground floor parking,1 E.C.S.-28sq m. •For basement parking,1 E.C.S.-32 sq m. •Stilt & basement parking will not considered in F.A.R. •Stilt floor’s height must not exceed 8’6” beyond the building block except in the set-backs provided it is used for parking only. •Multi level basement will be allowed behind the building in zoned area except in set-backs provided it is proposed for parking purposes only and satisfy the Public Health and Structural requirements. •Parking grid in basements & stilt floors must be between 400-600 sq. feet.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-572, 573
    • Multiplex •Multiplex complex shall mean an integrated entertainment and shopping centre/complex having atleast three cinema halls with total minimum seating capacity of 1,000 seats, set up in an area of 4,000 Sq Yards or above but not be more than 3 acres (Balance land can be used for parking and green belt) with minimum investment to the tune of Rs.20.00 crore including the cost of land, if owned by the developer.However, investment on items other than land would not be less than Rs. 15 crore. Apart from Cinema Halls the entertainment area may have restaurant, fast food outlet, video games parlors, pubs, bowling alleys, health spa/centers and other recreational activities. The shopping centre may have retail outlets, showrooms, shopping mall, pharmacy etc. •FAR of 2.0 shall be allowed for Multiplex sites. •If at any stage, FAR is increased at any level after the auction of the site, proportionate additional price shall be chargeable •Maximum ground coverage shall be 40%. •Direct access on a road not less than 80 ft. wide with a road frontage of not less than 100 ft.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.- 567,582
    • Land Use Multiplexes will be permitted on land earmarked for commercial use or cinemas in any master plan or development plan prepared by the Punjab Urban Planning & Development Authority (PUDA) or any local body. They will also be permitted on land on which no land use restrictions are applicable under any law. Provision of basement The construction of double level basement shall be compulsory for parking and the entire area of the basement shall be used for parking purposes only except the area used for Air-conditioning plant and lift room which in no case shall exceed 10% of the area. Basement shall be permitted only under the built up area at the ground level. Parking At present the norms of parking for multiplexes are @ 1ECS for 40 Sq. Yds. Of covered area on all floors whereas as per NBC the norms for parking work out to be 1 ECS for 44 Square Yards assuming that in a multiplex 60% area is used for commercial, 25% for cinema and 15% for food courts. After detailed deliberations considering the road network available in the towns of Punjab and NBC provisions, it was decided that the existing norms in the Municipal Building Byelaws for parking and other provisions of Multiplexes are in order and should be retained as such.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-571,582
    • Filling Stations and Filling-cum-Service Station o Theterm "Filling Station as used in this Guide refers to a place of retail business engaged in the supplying and dispensing of Gasoline (Motor-fuel), and Motor-oil essential for the normal operation of automobiles. o The term "Filling-cum-Service Station" as used in this Guide refers to a place of retail business engaged in supplying goods and services essential for the normal operations of automobiles. These include dispensing Gasoline and Motor-oil; the sale and service of tyres, batteries and other automobile accessories and replacement items and washing and lubrication. They do not include body or fender work, painting or other major motor repairs and over-hauling. o Gasoline Filing Stations are not recommended in local shopping areas. In Central Business Districts, they are preferably located on the fringes of the centre or on the traffic routes to such centres at suitable locations along the highway. In general Commercial areas they should be carefully located along traffic routes. oMinimum size for Filling-cum-Service Station and Filling Station shall be as per the recommendations of TCPO and shall not be less than 30m X 30m in case of Filling Station and 36 mX30m in case of Filling-cum-Service Station.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-352,353,358
    • Ground Coverage oMaximum ground coverage permitted both under canopy and building shall not exceed 35% of the total area of the site. oMaximum area permitted to be covered under the building shall not exceed 10% of the total area of the site. oThe area of the canopy shall not be more than 25% of the total area of the site. oIn case of a main road provided along with a service road or a marginal access road, the access to the station should be provided from the service or marginal access road and not from the main road. oIn case of a main road provided without a service road or a marginal access, its minimum width must be 40’ oSiting of Stations on road curves or bends is a safety hazard and should be avoided. oThe minimum distance of the property line of the Filling Station from the Central line of the road must not be less than 15.00 metres or half the proposed right-of- way of the road, whichever, is more. In case of national highways, state highways and major roads in urban areas they should be set back so as to be outside the ultimate right-of-way of the highway along which it is to be located. However, variations can be approved in special cases if allowed by the competent authority after complete investigations.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-375, 354
    • oFor easy flow of vehicles into and out of the Station a minimum frontage of 30.00 metres shall be provided with wide and easy entrance and exit curbs. Vehicles entering and leaving the Station should be fully visible to the traffic on the main road and there should not be any obstruction to view between the Filling Station Pumps and the road. oThe station area should have clear sign-boards (‘IN & E X I T boards) properly indicating the approach and exit from the premises and these should be installed within the site without interfering with the right of way of the highway. These sign boards should be provided with proper lighting arrangements in the night. Any other sign boards or bill boards should also be stated within the premises without distracting the traffic along the highway. oAs a general rule, the clear distance between two adjacent fuel filling stations (these will also include fuel filling-cum-service stations) should not be less than 300 metres. oThere should be sufficient standing space inside the fuel filling station for vehicles to wait for their turn. In order to reduce the number of waiting vehicles, it is desirable to have oil. air. toilets etc. installed at some distance from the fuel filling pump so that vehicles which have been refuelled can immediately be drawn away from the fuel pump. There should be adequate drainage arrangements in the fuel filling station so that the surface water does not flow over the road but is collected in suitable drains and led away to a natural course.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-355,353,360,362.
    • Set Backs oFront set back of the canopy shall not be less than 6 metres However, front set back in case of building shall not be less than 10 metres from the front boundary of the site. oSide set backs in case of Canopy/Building shall not be less than 6 metres when measured from the side boundary of the plot. oRear set back of the canopy and building shall not be less than 4 metres. oAll the distances in case of set backs mentioned above shall be reckoned from the boundary of the site Height oThe maximum height permitted for canopy/building shall be restricted to 20 feet inclusive of the parapet. oNumber of storeys permitted within the built up area shall not exceed one oNo mezzanine or basement within or under the built up area shall be permitted. Boundary Wall oHeight of the side and Rear boundary walls shall be restricted to 4 feet. oNo boundary wall shall be constructed on the front. Storage Tanks oUnderground fuel storage tanks within the site shall be permitted provided the minimum distance from the boundary wall shall be 1.5 metres in case of tanks being buried in earth without any masonry pit around them.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-376,377
    • Hotel oIt must have a minimum plot size of 5000 sq. mt. oFrontage should be atleast 200 ft. minimum 80ft. wide road. oIt should have a management tie up or franchise arrangement with National / International hotel chain of repute having at least five hotels consisting of minimum of 50 rooms each in India /abroad. oThe land owner can have joint venture/Development agreement /revenue sharing arrangement with the developer / Hotelier. oF.A.R is allowed upto 3 ( 20-25% of this FAR can be used for commercial purposes) oGround coverage upto 50%. oParking -1 ECS per 100 sq. mt. of covered area.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-426,427
    • S.C.O./ S.C.F. bye laws o 20’x 80” - includes a corridor of width 8’3” on front & rear side. o’16’6”x 75 - includes a corridor of width 8’3” on front side only. o16’6” x 66’ - includes a corridor of width 8’3” on front side only. oNumber of stories allowed – 4. oMaximum height of building-48’ 6”. o1 basement is allowed. oProvision for air light and ventilation to be made @ 10% of the basement area. o Area of the basement not to be counted towards FAR. o Basement shall have a clear height of 7’-6” from floor to sofit to the beam and height of ceiling shall not exceed 8’-3”. o 10% of the basement area shall be permitted for depression for installation of AC plants. However, no generator shall be permitted to be installed in the basement. Booths bye laws o10’x 30’ - includes a corridor of width 7’ on front side only. o8’3” x 24’9” - includes a corridor of width 7’ on front side only. oNumber of stories allowed – 1. oMaximum height of building-12’. o1 basement is allowed. oProvision for air light and ventilation to be made @ 5% of the basement area. o Area of the basement not to be counted towards FAR. o Basement shall have a clear height of 7’-6” from floor to sofit to the beam and height of ceiling shall not exceed 8’-3”. o 10% of the basement area shall be permitted for depression for installation of AC plants. However, no generator shall be permitted to be installed in the basement. oThe shop’s width: depth ratio must be greater than 1:2.Source- Policies in Punjab, page no.-433
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