COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NEW UDCPR REGULATIONS TO OLD BYE-LAWS IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING FOR AMRAVATI CITY
Author(s):
Abu Sufiyan Abdul Rauf , S. Sabihuddin
Keywords:
Development Control Rules, FSI, Building Height, Setbacks, Special building.
Abstract
In the absence of building bye-laws, cities will be confronted with excessive coverage, encroachment and haphazard development resulting in chaotic conditions, inconvenience for the users and disregard for building aesthetics. In order to ensure the planned development of city understanding of building byelaws is necessary. Building byelaws help in construction of new buildings, the extension of the existing ones, and the change of use of the building or land to another use. In this paper an attempt has been made to compare the old building bye laws with new UDCPR building regulations. Old D’ class byelaws and new UDCPR (Unified Development Control and Promotion Regulations) regulations are taken for the study. The main areas of focus are FSI (Floor space index), building height, setback (marginal spaces) and Special building. Comparative study has been done and the differences have been revealed. From the study it is concluded that percentage of additional FSI has been increased. New Ancillary FSI has come into force. Side and rear marginal distances has been reduced.
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Unique Paper ID: 155299

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 524 - 530
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