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Research on Redevelopment 
Project in Mumbai 
BY 
AMAN KOTHARI
Purpose 
 The purpose of this study is to understand how existing tenants living 
in old and dilapidated buildings can be...
Introduction 
 I come from a family of real estate developers. Known as the Kothari 
Group. 
 The Kothari Group, founded...
Construction 
 For over 40 years the Kothari Group has been a name renowned for 
quality and reliability in the construct...
Background 
 There are over 16000 cessed buildings ( extremely old buildings on 
which the state government levies a char...
State Government Policy 
 With a view to encourage private developers to come forward to 
undertake the redevelopment / r...
Policy Contd.. 
 MCGM by various amendments has allotted extra FSI (Floor Space 
Index or Floor Area Ratio) to incentiviz...
DCR 33/7 
Reconstruction or redevelopment of cessed buildings in the Island City 
by Co-operative Housing Societies or old...
Regulatory Authority 
The state government has also set up a separate regulatory body called 
the Maharashtra Housing and ...
Redevelopment Projects – Ashok Kutir
Redevelopment Projects – School Building
Redevelopment Projects – Gautam kutir
Area Statement 
Sr.No. Description Area in Sqm. 
1 Area of Plot 1460.72 
2 Area of Plot Adopted 1460.72 
3 Deductions For ...
Area Statement Contd.. 
Sr.No. Description Area in Sqm. 
9 F.S.I. Permissible 2.50 
10 a. F.S.I Claimed lieu of Reservatio...
Extract
Conclusion 
 As seen from the above plan four structures exist on the plot of land namely 
1. Ramtirth Kutir 
2. Ashok Ku...
Thank You
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a study on how existing tenants living in old and dilapidated buildings can be accommodated in newer Buildings without any financial burden on them, and in a manner which is viable and profitable to the developer as well.

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  1. 1. Research on Redevelopment Project in Mumbai BY AMAN KOTHARI
  2. 2. Purpose  The purpose of this study is to understand how existing tenants living in old and dilapidated buildings can be accommodated in newer Buildings without any financial burden on them, and in a manner which is viable and profitable to the developer as well.
  3. 3. Introduction  I come from a family of real estate developers. Known as the Kothari Group.  The Kothari Group, founded in 1940 by Mr. Champalal Kothari who was a great visionary of his time and a pioneer of the Real Estate builders community.  The Kothari Group has diverse business interests ranging from Construction, Hospitality and Entertainment with a number of projects in Mumbai, Thane & Pune.
  4. 4. Construction  For over 40 years the Kothari Group has been a name renowned for quality and reliability in the construction industry. The group has completed numerous residential and commercial projects in its long history which are noted for their quality of construction and command a premium amongst others. The group has earned a reputation for well planned and aesthetically pleasing projects.  My Father Mr. Amit Kothari grandson of Mr. Champalal Kothari is the third Generation in this family Business of Real Estate Developers and I Aman Kothari am the fourth Generation.
  5. 5. Background  There are over 16000 cessed buildings ( extremely old buildings on which the state government levies a charge called the “Repair Cess” for their maintenance and repair) in the city of Mumbai. These buildings require reconstruction / redevelopment due to their poor condition. Majority of the occupiers of these buildings are tenants who pay miniscule rents to their landlords, and as a result the landlords are not able to maintain these buildings.  The tenants cannot be evicted due to the old tenancy laws which prevent their eviction without rehabilitation in newer building. Most of these buildings are in a pathetic condition and the living conditions of these tenants is extremely poor. These unsafe buildings not only pose a threat to the lives of the tenants but also to their surrounding and the community at large.
  6. 6. State Government Policy  With a view to encourage private developers to come forward to undertake the redevelopment / reconstruction of these buildings the state government framed a policy providing incentives to such developers.  These incentives form part of the Development Control Regulations (DCR) for Greater Mumbai (being DCR no 33/7) which apply to the building activity and construction/ development work in the areas under the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation Of Greater Mumbai (MCGM).  These rules apply to the development, redevelopment, demolition, erection, design, construction, addition, alterations to all buildings in MCGM.
  7. 7. Policy Contd..  MCGM by various amendments has allotted extra FSI (Floor Space Index or Floor Area Ratio) to incentivize the developer. The developer of such dilapidated buildings get extra FSI and the tenants of such buildings get newer homes resulting in a win-win for both.  The developer is allowed to reconstruct the area occupied by the tenant subject to a minimum of 300 sft(square feet) up to a maximum of 750 sft when such buildings are redeveloped and he is also given an incentive FSI upto 50% of the area required to re-house the tenants( also called rehab area). In case of redevelopment of A category cessed buildings (constructed before 1940) the total FSI is 2.5 the gross plot area. Under the policy the developer is assured of approximately 50% FSI for free sale to enable him to cover his cost and Profit.
  8. 8. DCR 33/7 Reconstruction or redevelopment of cessed buildings in the Island City by Co-operative Housing Societies or old buildings belonging to the corporation or of old Buildings belonging to the Police Department. – For reconstruction / redevelopment to be undertaken by Co-operative Housing Societies of existing tenants or by Co-operative Housing Societies of Landlords and / or Occupiers of a cessed building of ‘A’ category in Island City, which attracts the provisions of MHADA Act, 1976 and for reconstruction / redevelopment of the buildings of corporation and department of Police, Police Housing Corporation, Jail and Home Guard of Government of Maharashtra, constructed prior to 1940, the floor space index shall be 2.5 on the gross plot area or the FSI required for Rehabilitation of existing tenants plus incentive FSI as specified in Appendix III whichever is more.
  9. 9. Regulatory Authority The state government has also set up a separate regulatory body called the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) to monitor and regulate the construction of such redevelopment projects. MHADA has to certify the property, the list of tenants etc and there after the MCGM approves the redevelopment plans.
  10. 10. Redevelopment Projects – Ashok Kutir
  11. 11. Redevelopment Projects – School Building
  12. 12. Redevelopment Projects – Gautam kutir
  13. 13. Area Statement Sr.No. Description Area in Sqm. 1 Area of Plot 1460.72 2 Area of Plot Adopted 1460.72 3 Deductions For a) Road Setback 213.20 b) Proposed Development Plan (D.P.) Road Nil c) Any Reservation Nil Total (a+b+c) 213.20 4 Balance Area of Plot 1247.52 5 Deductions for Recreation Garden (R.G.) (15%) Nil 6 Net Area Plot 1247.52 7 Additions for F.S.I. Purpose 3a. 100% 213.20 3b. 100% Nil 8 Total Area ( 6+7 above) 1469.72
  14. 14. Area Statement Contd.. Sr.No. Description Area in Sqm. 9 F.S.I. Permissible 2.50 10 a. F.S.I Claimed lieu of Reservation T.D.R. Restricting to 40% of net Area Not applicable b. F.S.I. Claimed in lieu of D.P.Road T.D.R. Restricting to 40% of Net Area c. F.S.I Claimed in lieu of Slum T.D.R. Restricting to 20% of net area 10A Total T.D.R. Claimed (a+b+c) 11 Permissible floor Area 3651.80 12 Existing Floor Area Nil 13A Proposed Floor Area (wing-B for re-housing the tenants ) 1380.80 13B Proposed Floor Area (Wing-A : Developers Free Sale Area) 2271.00 14 Excess Balcony Area Taken F.S.I. (as per B(c ) below) Nil 15 Total Built-up Area proposed (12+13+14 above) 3651.80 16 F.S.I. consumed (15/4 above ) 2.50
  15. 15. Extract
  16. 16. Conclusion  As seen from the above plan four structures exist on the plot of land namely 1. Ramtirth Kutir 2. Ashok Kutir 3. Gautam Kutir 4. School Building The School Building is in a Dilapidated State. The total area occupied by the Tenants staying in the 3 Buildings i.e. Ramtirth Kutir, Ashok Kutir & Gautam Kutir 1380.80 Sq. meter.  The free sale area available to the developer is 2271.00 sq. meter.  Thus as seen from the above Area Statement, the Tenants are re-housed in new building free of cost and the Developers get an area of 2271.00 sq. meters to be sold at market rates.  This results in WIN-WIN situation for the Developers as well as the Tenants.
  17. 17. Thank You

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