Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Sanjay Sinha Vs State of Bihar & Others dated 16/09/2016 regarding Environmental Clearance for construction of buildings with built up area of 20,000 Sq. meter and above within the territorial jurisdiction of those ULBs (Urban Local Bodies), Patna, Bihar.

These bye laws shall be called “Unified Building Bye Laws for Delhi 2016” .These shall be applicable to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. These Unified Building Bye-Laws shall be applicable to the area under jurisdiction of the Delhi Development Authority and concerned local bodies.

Urban development minister released the model building bye-laws 2016, which aim to boost ease of doing business in the construction sector.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Rainwater Harvesting, 03/12/2015.

This draft solar policy released by Delhi government's advisory body Delhi Dialogue Commission (DDC) recommends generation of 1,000 MW solar power for the national capital by 2020. It is proposed to double it to 2 GW during the next five years (by 2025) 

Poor condition and quality of buildings in India contribute to the large number of deaths and destruction during earthquakes, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has pointed out.

As Nepal reels under devastating earthquake, experts today warned that Indian cities like Delhi could suffer heavy casualties even in case of moderate tremors while pointing out the lapses in the b

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on rooftop rainwater harvesting, 16/03/2015. Also includes details of Statutes/ Rules/ Regulations etc in various States/ UTs relating to Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting.

Ahead of launching its ambitious ‘smart cities’ scheme, the Centre on Tuesday pushed for easing the norms for construction in urban areas by substantially reducing the number of approvals and no-ob

The Building Bye-Laws shall apply to the building activity in the State/Urban Center/Town for which they are framed. Except hereinafter or otherwise provided, these Bye-Laws shall apply to all development, redevelopment, erection and/or re-erection of a building etc.