The Maharashtra government has sanctioned Excluded Part No. EP -1 to EP 168 of the said Development Control and Promotion Regulations (DCPR) – 2034 on September 21, DCPR was sanctioned on May 18.
Town planning authority has appointed an officer to give hearings and submit his report to the Government on the objections/suggestions received by him. Whereas, the said Officer after giving a hearing in respect of the objections and/or suggestions received from the general public, on the said Excluded Part No.EP-1 to EP168 in respect of Development Control and Promotion Regulations-2034, and has submitted his report to the Government on August 24. The Director of Town Planning, Maharashtra State, on August 29 also submitted his report on the aforesaid report of the said officer.
State government after consulting the Director of Town Planning, Maharashtra said, “On October 24, 2018, the said Excluded Parts as described in the Schedule-A shall come into force.”
In the (EP-5), “Carpet area” would have the same meaning as defined in Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. Provided further that in case of redevelopment schemes under the provision of DCPR 33(5), 33(7), 33(7) (A), 33(9), 33(9)A, 33(10), 33(10)A for the purpose of rehabilitation area and incentive thereon only, “Carpet area” means the net usable floor area within a building excluding that covered by the walls or any other areas specifically exempted from floor space index computation in these Regulations.
In the case of tenanted properties to be developed under Reg. No. 33(7), 33(9), certificate from MHADA/Land owning public authority, certifying that at least 51% (previously was 70%) of the certified and eligible tenants of the property/each building have granted irrevocable consent for development in favour of owner/developer & in case of tenanted properties to be developed under Reg. No. 33(9) certificate from MHADA/Land owning public authority, certifying that at least 51% of the certified and eligible tenants of the property/each building & overall 70% eligible tenants have granted irrevocable consent for development in favour of owner/developer.
Ownership title and area. –Every application for development permission and commencement certificate shall be accompanied by a copy of the certificate of the title of the land under development, obtained from an Advocate who has experience in this field of a minimum 10 years. In case the application for Development. Above are some changes made by the state government, official data said.
Excluded Part as sanctioned by the State Government shall be kept open for inspection by the general public, during working hours for a period of one year in the office of the Chief Engineer (Development Plan), Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai on all working days, it added.