Haryana Allows Stilt-Plus-Four Floor Construction in Residential Projects
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Haryana Allows Stilt-Plus-Four Floor Construction in Residential Projects

The Haryana government has granted approval for the construction of residential buildings with a stilt and up to four floors, a decision aimed at easing building regulations and fostering vertical development. This move comes as part of the state's efforts to accommodate urban population growth and promote sustainable urban planning.

Previously, residential projects were typically restricted to ground-plus-three floors in Haryana. The new regulation allows developers to include a stilt floor, which is commonly used for parking, along with four additional floors for residential purposes. This adjustment is expected to provide greater flexibility in architectural design and optimise land use efficiency, particularly in densely populated areas.

The decision reflects a broader trend towards encouraging vertical expansion in urban centres to meet housing demands amidst land constraints. It is anticipated to spur development activities in the residential real estate sector while adhering to environmental and safety norms.

Developers and urban planners have welcomed the government's initiative, noting its potential to stimulate construction activity and meet the evolving housing needs of Haryana's growing population. The move is also seen as a step towards aligning with contemporary urban development practices that prioritise efficient use of urban space and infrastructure.

As stakeholders prepare to leverage the new guidelines, discussions are ongoing regarding their implementation and impact on urban landscape dynamics, including infrastructure requirements and environmental considerations.

The Haryana government has granted approval for the construction of residential buildings with a stilt and up to four floors, a decision aimed at easing building regulations and fostering vertical development. This move comes as part of the state's efforts to accommodate urban population growth and promote sustainable urban planning. Previously, residential projects were typically restricted to ground-plus-three floors in Haryana. The new regulation allows developers to include a stilt floor, which is commonly used for parking, along with four additional floors for residential purposes. This adjustment is expected to provide greater flexibility in architectural design and optimise land use efficiency, particularly in densely populated areas. The decision reflects a broader trend towards encouraging vertical expansion in urban centres to meet housing demands amidst land constraints. It is anticipated to spur development activities in the residential real estate sector while adhering to environmental and safety norms. Developers and urban planners have welcomed the government's initiative, noting its potential to stimulate construction activity and meet the evolving housing needs of Haryana's growing population. The move is also seen as a step towards aligning with contemporary urban development practices that prioritise efficient use of urban space and infrastructure. As stakeholders prepare to leverage the new guidelines, discussions are ongoing regarding their implementation and impact on urban landscape dynamics, including infrastructure requirements and environmental considerations.

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