DTCP will allow only 3 floors on affordable housing plots
DTCP will allow only 3 floors on affordable housing plots
Real Estate

DTCP will allow only 3 floors on affordable housing plots

Under the Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna, the Department of Town, and Country Planning (DTCP) has made it clear that structures with just three stories will be approved.

(DDJAY), as the expert committee established to investigate the rule enabling the building of stilt plus four floors has not yet turned in its report.

In response to widespread complaints from resident groups that floors had been built throughout the city's residential colonies but that not enough had been done to improve infrastructure like roads, power supplies, sewerage and drainage, the state government put the approval of fourth floors on hold on February 23.

All four-story structures had their approval overturned, but there was no mention of any plots for affordable housing. Developers had been confused as a result, and DICP has since clarified the situation.

However, only those proposals with a density of 13.5 individuals (three storeys) will be allowed up until the expert panel presents its recommendation. The directive said that the number of floors would be restored to four "in case the decision to keep approval of four-floor buildings in abeyance is revoked.

Under the Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna, the Department of Town, and Country Planning (DTCP) has made it clear that structures with just three stories will be approved. (DDJAY), as the expert committee established to investigate the rule enabling the building of stilt plus four floors has not yet turned in its report. In response to widespread complaints from resident groups that floors had been built throughout the city's residential colonies but that not enough had been done to improve infrastructure like roads, power supplies, sewerage and drainage, the state government put the approval of fourth floors on hold on February 23. All four-story structures had their approval overturned, but there was no mention of any plots for affordable housing. Developers had been confused as a result, and DICP has since clarified the situation. However, only those proposals with a density of 13.5 individuals (three storeys) will be allowed up until the expert panel presents its recommendation. The directive said that the number of floors would be restored to four in case the decision to keep approval of four-floor buildings in abeyance is revoked.

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