Model building bye laws, 2016 (Record no. 44891)

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Classification number 711.4026
Item number IND
Personal name India, Ministry of Urban Development, Govermment of.
Title Model building bye laws, 2016
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Ministry of Urban Development, Govermment of India
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2016
Place of publication, distribution, etc New Delhi
Extent viii,250p.
Formatted contents note CONTENTS<br/>DEFINITIONS 1<br/>General 1<br/>1. Definitions 1<br/>2. JURISDICTION / APPLICABILITY AND BUILDING<br/>DOCUMENTATION PROCEDURES 13<br/>Jurisdiction of Building Bye - Laws 13<br/>Applicability of Building Bye Laws 13<br/>Development and part construction 13<br/>In case of Part construction 13<br/>Change of use / occupancy 13<br/>Reconstruction 13<br/>Existing approved building 13<br/>Development 14<br/>Procedure for obtaining building permit 14<br/>All Plans 16<br/>Signing of plans 20<br/>Notice for alteration 20<br/>Building permit fees 21<br/>Sanction 21<br/>Procedure during Construction Work 24<br/>Notice of Completion 25<br/>Completion and Permission for Occupation 26<br/>Occupancy/ Part Completion Certificate 27<br/>Connection to the municipal sewer / water mains 27<br/>3. DEVELOPMENT CODES 29<br/>Flexible FAR 29<br/>Development norms and standards for hill towns 31<br/>Parking standard 31<br/>Specific premises 34<br/>Non-residential premises 37<br/>Commercial 37<br/>Industrial plot 40<br/>Transportation 41<br/>Aerodromes 41<br/>Public - Semi-public 42<br/>Educational Facilities 44<br/>Security Services 46<br/>Post and telegraph office, head post office 47Farm houses 47<br/>Professional activity 47<br/>Socio - cultural facilities 48<br/>4. GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS AND SERVICES 51<br/>General 51<br/>Requirements for Parts of Buildings 51<br/>Habitable Rooms 51<br/>Kitchen 52<br/>Bathrooms and Water-Closets 52<br/>Ledge or Tand/Loft 53<br/>Mezzanine Floor 53<br/>Store Room 54<br/>Garage 54<br/>Basement 54<br/>Chimneys 55<br/>Parapet 55<br/>Cabin 55<br/>Boundary Wall 55<br/>Septic Tanks 55<br/>Meter Rooms 57<br/>Staircase/Exit Requirements 57<br/>Roofs 57<br/>Special Requirements of Low Income Housing 58<br/>Special Requirements for Cluster Planning for Housing 58<br/>Group housing 58<br/>Non-residential buildings 58<br/>Other general requirements 59<br/>Means of access (Including Fire Safety- Ref Chapter 10) 60<br/>Provision of exterior open spaces and height limitation around the building 63<br/>Interior Open Space for Light and Ventilation 63<br/>Joint Open Air Space 63<br/>Provision of Podium for parking and landscaping 64<br/>Exemption to Open Spaces/Covered area 64<br/>Lighting and ventilation of rooms 66<br/>Building Services 68<br/>Plumbing and Sanitary Services 68<br/>Segregated sanitation for Visitors in Public Buildings 68<br/>Construction Site 79Temporary Camp Toilets 80<br/>Special / Contingency Toilets 80<br/>General guidance for water supply arrangements 80<br/>5.PROVISIONS FOR HIGH RISE DEVELOPMENT 81<br/>High Rise 81<br/>Peripheral Open Spaces including set backs 81<br/>ParkingSpaces 81<br/>Building components 82<br/>Building Services 87<br/>6.PROVISIONS FOR STRUCTURAL SAFETY 91<br/>Structural design and safety 91<br/>Structural requirements of low income housing 96<br/>Inspection 96<br/>Alternative Materials, Methods of Design and Construction and Tests 99<br/>7.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OCCUPANCY/LAND<br/>DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER 101<br/>Industrial Buildings (Factories, Workshops, etc.) 101<br/>Educational Building (School/Colleges) 101<br/>Assembly Building (Cinema, Theaters, etc.) 102<br/>Petrol filling station 102<br/>Burial and cremation grounds 102<br/>Building in mining area 103<br/>Poultry farms (wherever allowed as per master plan) 103<br/>Special buildings not covred 104<br/>Provisions in the public buildings for differently-abled persons 104<br/>Resettlement and Slum insitu upgradaion 104<br/>Rules for development of land 104<br/>Penal action for violation of master plan/zonal plan regulation/bye- laws 104<br/>Signs and outdoor display structus 104<br/>8.PROVISIONS FOR DIFFERNTLY-ABLED, ELDERLY AND<br/>CHILDREN 105<br/>Applicability 105<br/>Guidelines and Provisions 105<br/>Types of buildings to adopt barrier free guidelines as notified by the state<br/>government 105<br/>Building requirements 107<br/>Stair-ways 107<br/>Lifts 108Toilets 108<br/>Designing for Children 109<br/>Drinking Water: 109<br/>Refuge 109<br/>Proper signage 110<br/>Public Building regulations 110<br/>9.RAINWATER HARVESTING Ill<br/>The RWH system HI<br/>Rainwater harvesting techniques: Ill<br/>Harvesting provisions in various Building categories: 112<br/>Rain Water Harvesting Provisions for Open spaces in cities 112<br/>Ground Water Recharge 113<br/>Enforcement and Monitoring 113<br/>10.GREEN BUILDINGS AND SUSTAINABILITY PROVISIONS 115<br/>Provisions and Applicability 115<br/>Provisions for Sanction 116<br/>Various Guidelines for Green Rating systems 120<br/>11.FIRE PROTECTION AND FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 121<br/>Scope 121<br/>Procedure for clearance from fire service 121<br/>Renewal of fire clearance 122<br/>Fee 122<br/>Fire consulant 122<br/>Terminology 122<br/>General 122<br/>Fire Escapes or External Stairs: 123<br/>Provision of lifts 124<br/>Basement 126<br/>Provision of helipad 128<br/>Service ducts/refuge chute 128<br/>Electrical services 128<br/>Staircase and corridor lights 129<br/>Air-conditioning 129<br/>Boiler oom 130<br/>Alternate source of electric spply 131<br/>Safety measures in electric sub-station 131<br/>Fire protection requirements 134<br/>Static water storage tank 135<br/>Automatic sprinklers 135<br/>Fixed carbon di-oxide /foam/dco water spray extinguishing system 136<br/>Fire alarm system 136<br/>Control Room 137<br/>Fire drills and fire orders 137<br/>Material used for construction of building 137<br/>Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) 138<br/>House keeping 138<br/>Fire prevention 139<br/>Occupancy restrictions 141<br/>12. CONSERVATION OF HERITAGE SITES INCLUDING HERITAGE<br/>BUILDINGS, HERITAGE PRECINCTS AND NATURAL FEATURE<br/>AREAS 143<br/>Applicability 143<br/>Responsibility of the owners of heritage buildings 144<br/>Restrictions on development / re-development / repairs etc 144<br/>Penalties 145<br/>Preparation of list of heritage sites including heritage buildings, heritage precincts<br/>and listed natural feature areas 145<br/>Alteration / modification / relaxation in development norms 145<br/>Heritage precincts / natural feature areas 146<br/>Road widening 146<br/>Incentive uses for heritage buildings 146<br/>Maintaining skyline and architectural harmony 146<br/>Restrictive covenants 147<br/>Grading of the listed buildings / listed precincts 147<br/>Opinion of the Heritage Conservation Committee 148<br/>Approval to preserve the beauty of the area 148<br/>Signs and outdoor display structures / including street furniture on heritage sites ... 148<br/>Composition of heritage conservation committee 149<br/>Implications of listing as heritage buildings 150<br/>Ownership not affected 150<br/>13. STREAMLINING OF BUILDING PLAN APPROVALS 151<br/>Streamlining the building approval/sanction procedure (Ease of doing business).... 151<br/>Clearances at Master Plan level 152<br/>Clearances at the Local Authorities 154<br/>Options for reducing the timelines for approvals: 154<br/>Risk Based Classification of building proposals 156<br/>13.6 Other Suggestions to enhance ease of doing business: 158<br/>14. CLIMATE RESILIENT CONSTRUCTION: INTEGRATION OF<br/>ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCES WITH SANCTION 161<br/>14.1 Environmental conditions for compliance during Building approvals 161<br/>REFERENCES 167<br/>ANNEXURE AND APPENDICES<br/>Appendices to MBBL 2016 169<br/>Annexure I: Guidelines for mitigation of effects of E M R in Built spaces 237<br/>Annexure II: Technical Aspects and Options of RWH in built and open spaces 247<br/>
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