NDMC and Delhi Metro seek change in regulations for development

The NDMC and DMRC have sought changes in norms, regarding parking infrastructure and land use from the Delhi Development Authority under its budget for the financial year 2017-18.

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The NDMC and DMRC have sought changes in norms, regarding parking infrastructure and land use from the Delhi Development Authority under its budget for the financial year 2017-18.

While the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has sought relaxation in the height limit for building multi-level parking facilities at a few places, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has requested the urban body to change the land usage near Netaji Subhash Place in north-west Delhi for its network expansion.

“A proposal has been placed before the Authority for relaxation in height, for construction of multi-level parking at Sant Nagar, Rani Bagh (plot of 3,950 sq m), from 15 m to non-restricted; near Shiva Market, Pitampura Village (plot of 3,605 sq m), from 15 m to non-restricted; and at Shastri Park, Karol Bagh (plot 4,808.67 sq m), from 15 m to 18.10 m. The relaxation is subject to approvals from the AAI (Airports Authority of India), Delhi Fire Services and other statutory bodies. The provisions of multi-level parking given in the MPD (Master Plan of Delhi) 2021 and unified building bye-laws will be followed,” the DDA said in a statement. More info

Source: www.moneycontrol.com

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