Full FSI will be granted, in cases where width of the abutment of the plot or access is less than 9.00m but deprived from public street/ road width of more than 9.0m
Publication : MCGM | DP Department | 30 July 2020
Central Govt advises states, UTs to extend time-bound realty permissions validity by 9 months
"Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has issued an advisory to states and union territories to extend the timelines of various time-bound permissions, No Objection Certificates, approval related to realty construction projects by 9 months automatically."
Publication : Minister of Housing & Urban Affairs | 28 May 2020
Ready reckoner rates applicable for 2019-20 will continue to be in place till further orders
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Ready Reckoner Rates of 2019-20 shall remain in force till further orders.
Publication : IGR Maharashtra | 26 May 2020
Amendment | Giving permission for Urgent Pre-monsoon works, foundation works, basement etc. which may cause danger to adjoining building or cause flooding
In reference to guidelines issued by the Govt of Maharashtra under DMU/2020/CR92/Dis M-1 dated 02-05-20, following work shall be permissible wherever in situ labours are available.
In above cases self declaration need to be submitted that, they will abide to guidelines issued by GoM vide DMU/2020/CR92/Dis M-1 dated 02-05-20 & they maintain social distancing as mentioned by GoI.
Publication : MCGM | DP Department | 12 May 2020
Rehabilitation of the affected structure falling in the alignment of DP road or road widening for which RL is prescribed under provision of Reg 33(12) A and 33(12) B
Structures can be rehabilitated as per the provision of regulation 33(12) A and 33 (12) B of DCPR 2034 after implementation of DCPR 2034 i.e. from the 13.11.2018 irrespective of date for which the structures are made eligible (demolished).
Publication : MCGM | DP Department | 6 May 2020
SRA allows pre-monsoon works at project sites
In line with MCGM, SRA has also allowed pre-monsoon activities of incomplete foundation and basement works that may cause danger to the adjoining building or cause flooding for slum rehabilitation sites.
Publication : SRA | DY. Chief Engineer | 27 April 2020
Permission for Urgent Pre-monsoon works, foundation works, basement etc. which may cause danger to adjoining building or cause flooding
No new construction activity shall be started on site. Construction activity to be permitted excluding containment zone are,
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 23 April 2020
In wake of 'Covid-19' state govt rolls back norms to ease construction permit in Mumbai Region
Construction activity may not resume in MMR (Mumbai Metropolitan Region) as per revised guidelines issued on 21st April 2020. However pre-monsoon activities to go on.
Publication : Government of Maharashtra | 21 April 2020
Revalidation of various permission granted under MMC Act, MRTP ACT and DCPR 2034
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 16 April 2020
Revision of Project Registration Validity and Extended Timeline for Statutory Compliances, in view of Covid 19 Pandemic
Publication : MAHARERA | 2 April 2020
Scrutiny Fees, Revalidation fees for the IOD/CC and amendment charges for FY 2020-21
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 1 April 2020
Revision in the Schedule of Fees for issuing various remarks
Payment towards obtaining, TP Remarks, DP Remarks and Revalidation of LOI for Grant of DRC are revised and shall be applicable from 1st April 2020 to 31st March 2021. Online DP remarks charges shall be Rs 2,670/- plus taxes. Online generation of DP remarks and TP remarks charges shall be Rs 3,630/- plus applicable taxes if any. Revalidation of LOI for grant of TDR shall be lump sum of Rs 8,400/-.
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 17 March 2020
Allowing Garbage Chute with/without garbage/refuge shaft in proposed/ UC residential buildings with opening on each habitable floor under DCPR 2034
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 30 January 2020
Permissible Elevation features under DCPR 2034
Guidelines for parking layout.
Guidelines to allow the area covered by Staircase/lift wells including lobby free of FSI
Guidelines to allow internal staircase, internal lift of duplex/triplex/multi-level single unit in residential or non-residential units
Time schedule to pay Development Cess/ Additional Development Cess in case of proposal received for development under 33(7) - Cess building redevelopment; 33(7) A- Tenanted building redevelopment other then cess building and 33(9) Cluster redevelopment
To allow Fungible Compensatory Area for existing building and Fitness Center area and NOC
Maha RERA registration must for the sale agreement
To curb sale before Maha RERA registration, state govt has increase vigilance by making Maha RERA registration mandatory for property registration. However, project. registration exempted under Maha RERA (Project having land area less than 500 sqm or sale units up to 8) may get exemption from the condition.
Publication : Govt of Maharashtra- Revenue and Forrest Department | 20 September 2019
Revised instalment facility for additional development rights and concession dated 17th September 2019
Mumbai municipality has lowered the interest payable on premium installments collected from developers in lieu of additional buildable space and concessions availed for construction projects from 12% to 8.5%. It has also granted developers more time to make payments under the installment facility.
Publication : Muncipal Corporation Of Greater Mumbai | 19 September 2019
Installment payment facility for two years from 04.09.19
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 17 September 2019
Self Redevelopment GR
The state resolve their intent to promote self redevelopment through various incentives by it GR dated 13th September 2019. Where by govt. intended to extend following benefits to more than 30 year old society opting the path of self redevelopment.
Publication : State of Maharashtra Housing Department. | 13 September 2019
Transitional policy T5: Policy for providing amenity open space (14-A) in case non-availability of land in ongoing development/redevelopment proposal.
In respect of approved redevelopment/development of partially developed plots, where owners wants to develop remaining development as per the DCPR 2034. In such cases where 'net-plot' area is greater than 4,000 sqm, certain portion of the land is required to be surrender for amenity to MCGM. However due to planning constrain, where no land is available in the plot/layout for providing the required amenity, following modalities shall be adapted,
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 6 September 2019
Transitional Policy -4 (T-4): Applicability of regulation 14(A) of DCPR 2034 in case of layout proposal, Relaxation in FOS in certain cases, procedure for granting private society redevelopment benefits under 33-7-B.
Will already approved layout prior to 27.05.16 required to provide amenities open space as per regulation 14 (A) and EWS/LIG housing (Inclusive housing) under regulation 15 ?
How much condonation of deficiency for the Front open space shall be allowed for redevelopment of Cess Building in island city (33-7), Dilapidated Tenanted Building (33-7- A), more than 30 years old private society (33-7-B) or building destroy by fire (33-6)?
Can redevelopment incentives available to co-operative housing society under regulation 33-7-B be transfer to sale component or can it be share with developer ?
How to calculate incentives available under 33-7-B to more than 30 years old society ?
Publication : MCGM | Chief Engineer DP | 9 July 2019
Mumbai Development Control and Promotion Regulation 2034 (DCPR 2034)
What is development plan and why is it important?
The DCPR 2034 released by Maharashtra government recently specifies ways to develop the city in a phased manner that offers benefits to all the industry stakeholders as well as Mumbaikars. We can say it is a rulebook for real estate and construction industry. It directly impacts day-to-day life of all the Mumbai residents as parks, recreational space and social amenities as well as roads are all planned according to the provisions of the DP plan.
Key highlights of the DP plan –
How would it impact overall development of the city?
FSI has been increased in city and suburb to fulfill the growing demand. FSI is linked with road width to ensure development does not result into additional burdening on existing infrastructure. According to the DP FSI stands as per following:
FSI in the Island City (Zone- Residential/ Commercial)
The government has also reduced premium FSI and fungible area cost by 10% for residential development. While earlier land owner was supposed to pay 60% of the land ASR (annual schedule of rates) to government agencies, now they would need to pay 50% of the land ASR value. The revised decision would bring down total project cost by at least 5% to 6%.
What is in store for Mumbaikars?
Planning authority has proposed up to 5 FSI in CBD for ITes and biotechnology park and smart fin tech centre with 50% premium. The move will lead to increased supply of commercial space at lower cost than the existing price levels. It is estimated that the move will creation 80 lac jobs
In a positive move, the planning authority attempted to open up more land for housing needs by permitting construction of affordable houses in non-development zone with certain conditions. Government has estimated creation of up to 10 lakh flats at affordable prices. We expect majority of these units to be priced in the bracket of 40 to 80 lac
Moreover, for the first time government has introduced incentives for the redevelopment of private society. Societies which are older than 30 years shall have 10sqm of additional area per member or 15% of authorised built-up area as incentive FSI. This incentive FSI shall be consumed within the limit of permissible FSI. The said regulation is introduced in section 33-7-B of DCR 2034.
While rehabilitating slumdwellers, a developer would have to now offer unit admeasuring at least 300 sqft (usable carpet). Earlier builders provided units measuring 269 sqft.
Other key points that would benefit Mumbaikars are:
Publication : Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai | 7 December 2018
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