The state cabinet gave its nod to the “Bihar Building Byelaws 2014” to regulate construction activities in the state, paving the way for clearance of maps of multi-storied structures pending for the past two years. Sharing the details of the state’s first building byelaws, cabinet secretariat department’s principal secretary B.

In exercise of powers conferred by Section 57 of the Delhi Development Act, 1957, the Delhi Development Authority with the previous approval of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations in pursuance to Notification No. S.O. 2894(E) dated 23rd September, 2013.

Unified Building Bye-laws for National Capital Territory of Delhi are applicable since 1983. Since then, a number of amendments/modifications, both in the Development Control Regulations (DCRs) and Building Bye-laws have been made and are in operation.

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India chastised regulatory bodies of twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack for their failure to enforce building norms and directed them to take action again

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of J. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 24/10/2013 on Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/judgment/649_2013(MApp)_24oct2013_final_order.pdf

BHUBANESWAR: Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA), the enforcing agency for building norms, violated the regulation itself by approving plan for a highrise residential complex on the outskirts o

New Delhi : A proposed amendment for allowing high rise buildings has been introduced in the Master Plan Delhi-2021 during the review process of the document.

BBMP receiving around 20 complaints a month; many buildings have extra storeys.

These bye-laws and regulations may be called the Puducherry Building Bye-laws and Zoning Regulations (Amendment), 2013. The provisions of these bye-laws and regulations shall apply to the planning area declared vide:- (i) G.O. Ms. No. 79/84/F6, dated 17th August 1984, notified in Gazette No. 35, dated 28th August 1984, (ii) G.O. Ms. No.

The study: ‘Bridging the Urban Housing Shortage in India’, a joint effort of NAREDCO and KPMG in India, discusses at length on the rising trend of urbanisation in India and the looming urban housing shortage. It further deliberates on the constraints faced by real estate developers in their bid to bridge the gap through affordable housing.

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