Delhi govt announces user friendly unified, simplified Building Bye-laws

By Accommodation Times News Services

Shri Venkaiah NaiduUnified Building Bye-laws for Delhi, revised after 33 years were  announced by the Minister of Urban Development M.Venkaiah Naidu here today. Elaborating on the new laws, Naidu said they have been made user friendly through unification and simplification of a host of amendments made over the last three decades and integration of approvals by different agencies into a single platform.

Venkaiah Naidu further said that henceforth, building proponents i.e applicants can make one single online application to concerned urban local body instead of approaching various agencies there by reducing human interface and enabling approvals in just 30 days. He said that a single window mechanism comes into effect  so as to improve the ease of doing construction business in the national capital as desired by the Prime Minister’s Office besides promoting investments.

“Delhi’s Building Bye-laws were last revised in 1983 and several amendments were made over the last 3 decades resulting in complexity and even confusion in understanding various changes and filing applications accordingly. To do away with this problem, the Bye-laws have been unified for easy reference besides simplification of processes” said Naidu.

The Minister said that building plan approvals have been streamlined through simplification and integration of processes through following new provisions:

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