ANNEXURE E

BUILDING REGULATIONS

 

1. The plot holder shall not use the land for any purpose except as a factory and other related purposes as allowed by the Corporation. It shall not be used for obnoxious industries , given in the Form 'B'.

 

2. All buildings shall be constructed in accordance with the RIICO / Municipal bye-laws and regulations in force from time to time as well as any other law, rules and regulations in force relating to the construction and use of the premises and the plans and elevations approved by the authority / officer authorised by the Corporation.

 

3 (a). No construction work shall be commenced unless the plans, elevations and sections have been approved by the authority / officer authorised by the Corporation and no additions or alterations of buildings, the plan of which have been so approved, shall at any time be made except with the previous approval of the said authority / officer.

3-a-i However, for industrial plot upto 40000 sqm. area, residential plots upto 500 sqm. area and commercial plots upto 300 sqm. area, the allottees of plots shall certify that, the plans submitted by them are as per the norms prescribed by the Corporation and for such plots normal approval of plans from the Corporation will not be necessary. In case, construction is made in violation of norms then allottees shall be responsible for such violation and liable for action.

3-a-ii The building plans alongwith details of proposed works of industrial plots more than 40000 sqm. , residential plots more than 500 sqm. , commercial plots more than 300 sqm. and building plans of all other categories , irrespective of their plot sizes shall be prepared and duly signed by an Architect registered with Council of Architecture , who shall certify that, the building plans prepared by him are as per the technical norms. He shall also submit the details of area calculations of proposed ground coverage, FAR achieved ( with area on each floor ) proposed height of the building and parking requirements on the site plan. The plans submitted by the applicant prepared and duly certified by the architect shall be deemed as approved if the concerned unit office of the Corporation have not raised any objection / query within a period of two weeks time. In case , the plans submitted by architect are not as per the norms , then the legal responsibility shall be that of the architect and the Corporation shall not be responsible for any act of omission or commission of the architect . In case , the construction is made in violation of approved norms and plans the allottee shall be responsible for such violation & liable for action.

 

3-a-iii The allottee / lessee shall also abide by Rules / Regulations / Bye-Laws of Local Authority / Municipal / Urban Improvement Trust / Distt. Development Authority / Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers ( as the case may be ).

3-a- iv The allotee / lessee shall meet all statutory liabilities under various laws/ obligations for safety measures at his cost and responsibility .

3-a-v The guidelines for inspection of the construction activity by the concerned unit office during the construction period be prepared.

 

* Substituted by the Infrastructure Development Committee of the Board of Directors vide Item No. 4 of the meeting held on 26th December, 1995

S.No. 3 (a-i & a-ii) Substituted by the Infrastructure Development Committee of the Board of Directors vide Item No. 10 of their meeting held on 7th December, 2000.

 

3 ( b ) All survey boundary marks demarcating the boundaries of plots shall be preserved and kept in good repair by the lessee during the period of construction. Where more than one lessee is concerned with the same boundary mark, the officer authorised by the Corporation shall allocate this obligation suitably.

 

4. No temporary, semi-permanent structure shall be built on the plot, except during the period of construction or re-construction in future.

 

5. The drawings to be submitted for the approval and record of the Corporation shall include :-

 

( i ) all floor plans, elevation and sections through staircase and toilet drawn to a scale of one in hundred.

( ii ) details to a scale of one in twenty, when required .

( iii ) site plan drawn to a scale of one in five hundred showing the layout with the proposed building/s shown in red therein.

( iv ) any other details or particulars required by the Corporation.

 

6. The above mentioned drawings and specifications shall be submitted in two copies for record duly certified by himself or architect before commencement of construction activities on allotted plot. In case the Lessee seeks approval from the Corporation then he shall submit drawings as mentioned in regulation no. 5 in six copies.

 

7. Sizes & Set backs of industrial plots in all industrial areas including transferred areas :

 

( i ) The set backs for various sizes of plots shall be as in Table - 1 .

( ii ) The set backs of special type of plots shall be as in Table - 2 .

 

7A. Building parameters for different types of non-industrial plots shall be as per Form E-1. The plans shall be approved according to these norms.

 

The building parameters for the plots allotted earlier ( on or before 6th December, 2000) shall however, be governed by norms already assigned in those cases .

7B. Permitted Facilities in Industrial / Non-Industrial Plots

The permitted facilities in set back areas of plots shall be as in Table-3.

 

Non-industrial plots shall include the pltos allotted for social infrastructure purposes, group housing and commercial plots etc.

 

8. Un-authorised Construction

 

No plot holder shall undertake unauthorised construction in any of the setbacks in the Industrial Areas including those transferred by the Govt. of Rajasthan to RIICO. However, in genuine cases, unauthorised construction may be considered for regularisation on payment of compounding fees as prescribed from time to time.

 

*9. Other regulation regarding set backs of industrial plots

 

( i ) Corner plots would have two front set backs as indicated in Table 1 & 2.

 

( ii ) The prescribed set backs are minimum and may be increased to maintain uniformity in the area as may be considered necessary .

 

( iii ) The set backs indicated for each category are also applicable for plots slightly higher or lower in area .

 

( iv ) The utility area in industrial plot may be permitted upto 70% of the total allotted area subject to maintaining the front set backs prescribed for the particular zone and amendment in the set backs of industrial plots as per Table-1.

 

( v ) The utility area in the special size industrial plots i.e. more than 10,000 sqm. may be permitted upto 70% of the total allotted area subject to maintaining the front set backs as prescribed in the Table - 2.

 

( vi ) The set backs of the sub-divided plots shall be allowed subject to maintaining front set backs as prescribed for the particular block.

 

( vii ) The prescribed set backs would be applicable to industrial plots with a maximum of two storey buildings .

 

( viii ) The cases of compounding of unauthorised construction etc. which have been finalised based on the previous set backs norms would not be re-opened.

 

10. Prescribing set-backs to merged/reconstituted plot.

 

The setbacks to the merged/re-constituted plots will be prescibed in the following manner:

 

1.      Plots not having any construction: All set backs shall be prescribed in accordance to the area of reconstituted plot as prescribed in rule.

 

2.      Original plot having construction (without any violation) and other plot(s) which is being reconstituted without any construction: All set backs in constructed plot of such reconstituted plot shall be retained as per original and construction shall be permitted in the balance area prescribing all setbacks as per area of reconstituted plot as per rule. However, in any case utility area of the reconstituted plot should not exceed 70% of its area.

3.      Original plot as well as other plot(s) which is being reconstituted having construction (without any violation): All setbacks shall be prescribed as per case 2 above. However, in such cases allottee shall have an option of making alteration of the construction in original plot or other plot being merged, so that the total utility area for reconstituted plot is within permissible limits as applicable.

 

4.      In cases 2 and 3 above, the allottee would have to remove/regularize the remaining construction falling in setback area of the reconstituted plot as per prevailing rules.

 

(S.No. 7-i and 7-ii and S.No. 9 have been substituted as per IDC decision taken vide item No. 5 on 9.7.1998)

(S.No. 7-B has been inserted as per IDC decision taken vide item No. 5 on 9.12.1992)

(S.No. 7-A has been inserted as per as per IDC decision taken vide item No. 11 and 17 on 7.12.2000, item Nil on 14.02.2002 and item 8 on 28.02.2002. S.No. 10 inserted as per approval of IDC vide item 17 of the meeting held on 15.9.2009)

 

11. Building regulations/ norms for vertical development / construction in industrial plots.

 

For vertical develoopment / construction in the industrial plots , following are the regulations/ norms etc.:-

1. Building parameters may be made applicable to general industrial buildings with FAR upto 1.50. This shall be made applied subject to maximum height of the industrial building upto 15 mtrs only without restriction of number of floors.

2. For Gems & Jewellery and Garment industrial units, FAR shall be permitted upto 2.00. Other building parameters as mentioned above.

3. No parking of vehicles shall be allowed on roads/out side the premises of the plot(s).

4. Adequate open/covered parking shall have to be made within the plot by the allottee of the plot for the vehicles of the owners, staff and visitors. While providing adequate space for parking, indicative guidelines as provided in National Building Code of India 2005, be followed, as per town population. The same are re-produced below for ready reference:

 

Occupancy

One Car Parking Space for Every

 

Population less than 50000

Population 50,000 to 2 lacs

Population 2 lacs to 10 lacs

Pipulation 10 lacs to 50 lacs

Popuation above 50 lacs

Industrial

400 sq. mts or fraction thereof

300 sq. mts or fraction thereof

200 sq. mts. or fraction thereof

100 sq. mts or fraction thereof

50 sq. mts. or fraction thereof

 

5. The building parameters provided for IT/ITeS industrial building shall continue as it is.

6. Allottee of allotted plots having constructed building shall be allowed to use above building parameters, who shall alter the existing industrial buildings and apply all the building parameters.

7. It was also decided that looking to the safety needs for fire-fighting requirements etc. construction in setbacks should not be regularized.

8. Mix use of the industrial plots shall not be permitted to those who opt for above proposed building parametrs..

9. Guidelines/stipulations:

 

A. Within the prescribed maximum height, if prescribed FAR is not achieved than maximum height of the building will prevail. The given setback and height shall not be relaxed.

B. Industrial units which are of one storey shall not be having restriction of height.

C. Permitted facilities as allowed in setbacks of an industrial plot in the rules, shall continue.

D. For calculation of FAR, height of the building and other provisions like projection and balcony etc. ( which are not specified here) shall be followed as per the provision of Form E-1 of RIICO Disposal of land Rules, 1979.

E. For all definitions, building part requirements and Fire Fighting requirement, 'National Building Code of India-2005' and 'Rajasthan State Model Building Byelaws' shall be followed.

F. Basement may be allowed in the plot leaving setback area. Other norms for basement shall be followed as per RIICO Disposal of Land Rules, 1979.

G. Housing in industrial plots except as prescribed in rule 19 of RIICO Disposal of Land Rules, 1979, shall not be permitted in Industrial plot.

H. Allottee of industrial plots for construction of industrial building, a certification of Architect registered with Council of Architecture shall be obtained stating that proposed construction is as per norms. This certificate shall be produced before the construction starts. A completion certificate to the effect that construction has been done as per approved plan shall be submitted for obtaining occupancy certificate.

I. Structural responsibility shall be fully of the allottee and that RIICO shall not be responsible in any manner for it.