Central Government Opens Heart For Delhiites&Simplifies Building Bye-Laws

New Delhi]After Regularizing The Unauthorized Colonies Now Central Govt Opens Heart For Delhiites And SimplifiesThe Building Bye-Laws .Plots up to 100 are exempted from sanction process; Single Window clearance for plots above 20,000
Delhi Building Bye-Laws are now made user friendly+simplified+rationalized +updated for which Comprehensive single reference ready reckoner for sanctioning of building plans is prepared
Plots up to 100 are exempted from sanction process; Single Window clearance for plots above 20,000
Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu directed DDA to notify simplified bye-laws at the earliest
Seeking to put an end to the harrowing experiences of residents of Delhi in obtaining building plan approvals, the Delhi Building Bye Laws of 1983 have been simplified, rationalized and updated under the directions of the Ministry of Urban Development.
The Delhi Urban Arts Commission (DUAC) in association with Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and municipal bodies have completed the simplification exercise and submitted Draft Simplified Bye Laws to the Ministry of Urban Development. The Urban Development Minister Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu today directed DDA to notify them at the earliest.
The updated and simplified Bye Laws will serve as a comprehensive singe reference ready reckoner by integrating the Building Bye Laws notified in 1983 and several changes that have been subsequently notified over the last 31 years.
This will enable the residents of Delhi and the professionals in obtaining sanctions for building plans in an easy and time bound manner. Some new provisions have also been made to address emerging challenges like green construction and water conservation and management.
Some of the salient features of the simplified Bye Laws include:
1.Small residential plots of size up to 100 have been exempted from sanction procedures. ;
2. For plots up to 2,000, specific time schedules have been stipulated for according approvals by various concerned agencies
3. For plots of more than 2,000, Single Window Clearence mechanism has been proposed.
4. Provision of washrooms in public buildings of more than 4,000 size has been made mandatory with direct access to the public from the main street;
5 Rain water harvesting and waste water recycling has to be provisioned;
6 Differently abled persons have to be provided easy access besides meeting their specific needs;
7 Needs of children and senior citizens have to be duly met by providing for easy access, fittings and fixtures in toilets and altering the height of the hand rails in the buildings;
8 Provisions for disaster mitigation, structural and fire safety codes have been specified