Gazette Notification no. 2013_09_06_SO_2687(E)
19.6 Developmeat Control Norms:
1. Development Control Norms under the policy are:
a. Residential FAR 400 for Group Housing to be applicable on net residential land which is exclusive of the 15% FAR reserved for EWS Housing, Net Residential land to be a maximum of 55% of Gross Residential land.
b. FAR for City Level Commercial and City Level PSP to be 250.
c. Maximum Ground Coverage shall be 40%
d.Incentives of 1 to 4% additional FAR for Green Building norms as per MPD-202l to be applicable to Group Housing developed under this policy.
There are certain areas which are sanctioned by the authorities as "Free from FAR". This includes :
Builders have been selling this Free from FAR area to the allottees as part of the Super Area, which is approximately 15% of the total sanctioned area by the authorities.
Gazette Notification no. 2013_09_23_SO_2889(E)
The developer shall ensure that minimum 15% of the proposed FAR to be constructed for Community-Service Personnel/ EWS and lower category. Such flats should have a carpet area between 25-40 sqm. This 15% of the proposed FAR for Community Service Personnel/EWS and lower category housing would be over and above 200 permissible FAR and density of 200 DUs. Employer Housing of Central Government, State Government and other Government Agencies are not required to follow the requirement of FAR or Dwelling Units for Community Service Personnel/EWS and lower income category.
50% of the EWS Housing Stock shall be retained by Developer Entity (DE) and disposed only to the Apartment owners, at market rates, to house Community Service Personnel (CSP) working for the Residents/Owners of the Group Housing. These will be developed by DE at the respective Group Housing site/premises or contiguous site. Remaining 50% of DUs developed by DE to be sold to DDA for EWS housing purpose will be sold to DDA/ Local Bodies at base cost of Rs. 2000 per sq. ft. as per CPWD index of 2013 (plus cost of EWS parking) which shall be enhanced as per CPWD escalation index at the time of actual handing over and can be developed by DE at an alternate nearby site.
Necessary commercial and PSP facilities shall also be provided by the DE for this separate housing pocket. The EWS housing component created by the DE shall be subject to quality assurance checks, as prescribed in this regard by Govt./DDA. The final handing/taking over of this component shall be subject to fulfilling the quality assurance requirements.
The DE shall be allowed to undertake actual transfer/transaction of saleable component under its share/ownership to the prospective buyers only after the prescribed land and EWS housing component is handed over to the DDA.
Green Building Norms
1. Recycling of treated waste water with separate lines for potable water and recycled water. Dual piping system to be introduced.
2. Ground water recharge through rain water harvesting, conserving water bodies and regulating groundwater abstraction
3. Treated sewage effluent should be recycled for non-potable uses like gardening, washing of vehicles, cooling towers, etc.
4. Utilities such as, underground water storage tank, roof-top water harvesting system, separate dry and wet dustbins etc. are to be provided within the plot
5. In order to encourage the above, 1% to 4% extra ground coverage and FAR, on each, may be given as an incentive by the Urban Local Bodies, depending upon the provisions made. In exceptional cases 5% incentive may be permitted.
The sum total of
None FAR area
Salable EWS FAR
Green Building FAR
Total FAR achievable
Average Price / Acre
Cost of FAR
= 44471 sq.ft / acre
= 6671 sq.ft. ( 15% of Permissible FAR)
= 3335 sq.ft.
= 1779 sq.ft.
= 56256 sq.ft. / acre
= Rs. 40000000 / acre
= Rs. 711 per sq.ft.
Number of Dwelling Units / Apartments
While ascertaining the size of the Apartments and number of apartments that would be developed in these three distincrtly different zones, we have taken into consideration various factors that would prevail in these Zones, which inclues :
1. Distance from the CBDs and other vital infrastructure like MRTS, Airport, etc.
2. Employment opportunities
3. Early Migration of population
4. Comparative living cost in neighbourhood areas
5. Land Cost
The Average Sales Price are based on survey of various pockets neighbouring these Zones and analyses of various investment pattern prevailing in the housing sector in the NCR region in these past 5-10 years time. The most conservative figures have been used to predict the prices, by the end of 2017, in these Zones.
For an example, in Zone 'N' i.e., Kanjhawala (Rohini side), a 3 BHK should be able to sale for about Rs. 55,00,000/- (begining of 2017).