Lay out proposal and procedures

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Lay out proposal and procedures ABSTRACT Town Planning – Layout approval – simplifications of the procedure for approval of layout proposal without delay – orders – issue. MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION AND WATER SUPPLY (MA1) DEPARTMENT GO(Ms)No.134

dated: 20.9.2002

Read: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G.O Ms. No. 222, MA&WS, dt. 28.8.92 G.O. Ms. No.69, MA&WS; dt. 29.3.2001 From the CMA, Lr ROC No. 22621/01/TP3 dt. 21.2.02 Govt. Lr. No. 16358/UD42/2001-9 H&UD dt. 19.6.2002 From the Special Commissioner of town and Country Planning Lr. Roc No. 8630/2001 LA1 dt. 12.7.02

----ORDER 1. According to the orders issued in the Go first read above, before the Director of Town and country Planning gives the number and approves the layout and sends it to the local body. He may approve the road pattern and earmark the reserved sites in the plan and send it to the local body which will ask the developer to handover the reserved sites and roads after duly forming them. The Director of Town and Country Planning should not give the approval before the roads (duly formed) and reserved sites are handed over to the Municipality by the applicants. 2. In the GO second read above, a Committee was constituted with Development. Commissioner as Chairman to examine and suggest simplified procedure for approval of layout. In the letter third read above the Commissioner of Municipal Administration, (Member Secretary of the Committee) has sent the suggestions of the Committee on the revised procedure for approval of the layout. 3. After examine the suggestions of the committee and also based on the decisions communicated in the Government letter fourth read above, the Government direct that the simplified procedure as detailed below be followed for approval of layout proposal without delay. I. The applicant should submit his proposal to the concerned local body namely, the Panchayat or the Town Panchayat or the Municipality or the Corporation which may or may not form part of the Composite Local Planning Authority.

The local body concerned will verify the ownership of the land to its fullest satisfaction after verifying all the relevant documents. The local body should examine the layout proposals in accordance with the relevant Master Plan and Detailed Development Plan where these are available with them. The local body should also check whether the site in question is under the process of acquisition by institutions like TamilNadu Housing Board or TamilNadu Slum Clearances Board or any other organization. If any reclassification is required, the local body should advise the applicant at this stage itself to get necessary reclassification approved by the competent authority. II. The local body should also verify the following points:a.

That the layout application has been entertained only from the owner of the land or any one possessing a full power of attorney duly registered on the behalf.

b.

That the application is accompanied by upto date and full encumbrance certificate.

c.

Authenticated survey sketch from the survey record has been obtained and enclosed this would include FMB etc.,

d.

That the land of which a layout is sought for is not affected by any proceedings under the Land Reforms Act 1961. Urban 1 and ceiling Act 1978 or the Land acquisition Act.

e.

That no Government poramboke or land belonging to any public body or quasi Government body is included in the layout proposal.

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That the access to the land is a proper, public road which is regularly utilized and maintained as a proper road.

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That he layout is not objectionable either because of water logging, bad drainage, unhealthy, surroundings, quarries, burial grounds hearby, or suffer from unsuitable it due to obstructions to and natural water course, drainage etc. I. That no scheme roads or clauses are affected by the layout. II. That details of the location of the exit roads from neighboring layout linking this layout gave been noted. III. After verifying the above details and preliminary scrutiny, the Executive authority of the local body shall forward the proposals within a period of 15 days from the date receipt of application from the promoter to the Member secretary of the Composite Local Planning Authority or the Regional Deputy Director of Town and Country Planning as the case may be. It would be the responsibility of the Executive Authority of the local body to certify that the ownership details have been verified to the Executive Authority of

the local body to certify that the ownership details have been verified to the fullest satisfaction and the site does not fall under any prohibited usage or under land acquisition proceedings and in conformity with the Master Plan and Detailed Development Plan which are available with them, incase such plans are not available with them, they shall verify the ownership document, conform whether the site is under any land acquisition or not and forward the same to the above officials as mentioned. IV. The member secretary / Regional deputy director of Town and country planning after scrutiny of the proposals and site inspection shall return the proposals to the local body with required technical approval within a period of 30 days from the date of receipt of the proposal. In the case of composite Local Planning Authorities, planning permission will also be sent along with the technical approval within the same period of 30 days. The Member Secretary of Composite Local Planning Authority shall, however, ensure that the layout promoter is informed in clean terms that the final approval shall only be given by a local body concerned. V. On receipt of the proposals approved by the Member secretary, composite Local Planning Authority/Regional Deputy director of Town Planning, the Executive Authority of the local body shall direct the applicant to hand over the open spaces and roads after duly forming them and go to provide all the infrastructural facilities like roads, water supply, drainage and street lights and hand them over to the concerned local bodies after executing necessary gift deeded. Incase applicant desires that the work be executed by the local body he shall remit 100% of the cost as per the estimates in advance. VI. The process of preparation of estimates for provision of roads and other infrastructure facilities should be expedited. Local Bodies will develop standard estimates in advance which can be quickly prepared with the actual data. The promoters must be asked to execute the work as per the estimates prepared. VII. After the above process is completed and he gift deed is submitted, a subject will be place before the council of the concerned local body for granting approval of the layout along with the planning permission wherever necessary. The layout will be considered to have been approved only after it’s finally approved only after it’s finally approved by the council of the local body. Final approval for layouts should be accorded only after the applicant provides all the infrastructural facilities like road, water supply, drainage and street lights and hands them over to the concerned local bodies.

VIII. On approval of the layout by the Council, the local body shall intimate the concerned Sub-Registrar that the documents be registered.

IX. All the above process should be completed well within the periods for approval of otherwise as specified in the respective acts. X. The Development charges are being collected only after approval or after deciding to issue planning permission for the layout by the local planning authority. The procedure will continue. XI. In respect of ULBs namely, Corporation, Municipalities and Town Panchayat powers are delegated for the approval of layouts by the concerned Regional Deputy Director/Member Secretary, Composite Local Planning Authority to an extent of 5 acres. For layouts above 5 acres, the paper shall be routed through Member Secretary / Local Planning Authority or Regional Deputy Director as the case may be, who will submit the papers to Director of Town and country planning along with his site inspection notes. All layouts in Hill areas, layouts of the major nature including organizations like the TamilNadu Housing Board, TamilNadu Slum clearance Board, SIPCOT etc., should be referred to the Director of Town and Country Planning irrespective of the extent. All the revised layout also should be referred to the Director of Town and Country Planning. XII. As the above procedure makes a change into eh present set of instruction Orders issued in G.O Ms. No. 222. MA & W.S Department, dated 28.8.92 stand modified to that extent. (BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR) SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT To The Director of Municipal Administration, Chennai -5. The Director of Town Panchayats, Chennai – 108. The Director of Rural Development, Chennai -15. The Special Commissioner of Town and Country Planning, Chennai -2. All Corporation Commissioners All Municipal Commissioners All Collectors All Regional Deputy Director of Town and Country Planning All regional Director of Municipal Administration All Assistant Director of Town Panchayats Copy to Rural Development / Housing and Urban Development Department, Chennai -9. SP/SC //Forwarded by order// SECTION OFFICER

CIRCULAR ON SOLAR ENERGY HEATING SYSTEM ABSTRACT The TamilNadu District Municipalities Building Rules, 1972 and the TamilNadu District Municipalities (Hill station) Building rules, 1993 – Amendments –Issued.

MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION AND WATER SUPPLY (MA.I) DEPARTMENT G.O.Ms.No.112

Dated : 16.8.2002 Read:

From the Government of India, Ministry of Urban Affairs and Employment, Letter No. N.11025/25/94-UGD, dated 9.4.99.

ORDER The appended Notifications will be published in the TamilNadu Government Gazzette:

ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

TO The Works Manager, Government Central Press, Chennai – 79. (for publication in the Tamilnadu Government Gazettee.) Copyto : The Commissioner of Municipal Administrative, Chennai – 5. The Special Commissioner of Town and Country Planning, Chennai -2. The Director of Town Panchayats, Chennai – 108. All the Commissioners of Corporations Public Works Department, Chennai – 9. Housing and Urban Development Department, Chennai -9. Municipal Administration and Water Supply (All Sections) Department, Chennai – 9. Law Department, Chennai – 9.

// Forwarded by order/

Section Officer. APPENDIX NOTIFICATION – I In exercise of the powers conferred by section 191 and sub-section (1) of section 303 of the TamilNadu District Municipalities Act, 1920 (TamilNadu Act V of 1920), the Government of TamilNadu hereby makes the following amendments to the TamilNadu District Municipalities Building Rules, 1972. AMENDMENTS In the said rules:1. In rule 2, after clause (xx), the following clauses shall be added, namely:xxi. ‘Solar Assisted water heating system’ means a device to heat Water using solar energy as heat sources; xxii. ‘Auxiliary back up’ means electrically operated or fuel, fired, boilers or system to heat water coming out from solar water heating system to meet continues requirement of hot water; xxii. New building means building coming under the categories mentioned in clauses (a) to (g) of item-1 in Appendix-1 for which construction plans are to be submitted to the Executive authority under rule 3; 2. in the rule 17-A, for the expression “Appendix-G”, the expression “Appendix H” shall be substituted, 3. after rule 17-A, the following rule shall be inserted, namely:17-B, Fitment of solar assisted Water heating system:The requirements for fitment of solar assisted water heating system in buildings shall be in accordance with Appendix-1. 4. after Appendix-II, the following Appendix shall be added, namely:-

APPENDIX – I 1. If the building is intended to be used as,a. Hospital and nursing homes; b. Hotels, lodgers and guest Houses; c. Hostels of Schools, Colleges, Training Centre; d. Barracks of armed forces, paramilitary forces and police; e. Individual residential building having more than 150 square meter plinth area; f. Functional buildings of railway stations and air ports like waiting rooms, retiring room, rest rooms, inspection bungalows and catering units.,

g. Community centers, banquet halls, Barat ghars, Kalyana madapams and building for similar use. In which there is a system or installation for supplying hot water, a provision shall be made for an auxiliary solar assisted water heating system. 2. The Executive Authority before giving approval for the construction of new building shall ensure if it has a provision in the building design itself for an insulated pipeline from the rooftop in the building to various distribution points where hot water is required. The new building shall have a provision for continuous water supply to the solar water heating system. The new building shall also have open space on the rooftop to received direct sun light. The load bearing capacity of the roof shall at least be 50 Kilogram per square meter. All new building shall have solar assisted water heating system installed before they are utilized for business of other activity 3. In the existing building, solar assisted water heating system shall be installed at the time of change of use to any of the categories of buildings mentioned in item 1 above, provided there is a system of installation for supplying hot water therein. 4. The capacity of solar water assisted heating system to be installed on the building of different categories mentioned in item 1 above shall be decided in consultation with the Executive Authority. The recommended minimum capacity shall not be less than twenty five liters per day each bath room and kitchen subject to the condition that maximum of 50 per cent of the total room area is provided with the system. 5. Installation of solar assisted water heating system shall conform to Bureau of Indian Standards specification Indian Standard 12933. The solar collectors used in the solar assisted water heating system shall have the Bureau of Indian Standards certification mark; 6. Wherever hot water requirement is continuous if any building, auxiliary back up arrangement shall be provided; 5. For the heading “APPENDIX –G” and the expression. (“See Rule 17-A”) there under, the following shall be substituted, namely:APPENDIX – II “(SEE RULE 17-A)” NOTIFICATION –II In exercise of the powers conferred by section 191 and sub-section (1) of section 303 of the TamilNadu District Municipalities Act, 1920 (TamilNadu Act V of 1920), the Government of TamilNadu here by makes the following amendments to the TamilNadu District Municipalities (Hill Stations) Building Rules, 1993:-

AMENDMENTS In the said rules:-

1. in rules 2, after clause (xxxix) the following clauses shall be added, namely:(xxx) “ Solar assisted water heating system” means a device to heat water using solar energy as heat source; (xxxi) “ Auxillary back up” means electrically operated or fuel fired boilers or systems to heat water coming out from solar water heating system to meet continous requirement of hot water; (xxxii) “ new building” means building coming under the categories mentioned in clauses (a) to (g) of item 1 in Appendix –J for which construction plans are to be submitted to the Executive Authority under rule 3,

2. after rule 16-A, the folloing rule shall be inserted, namely:“16-B Fitment of solar assisted water heating system The requirements for fitment of solar assisted water heating system in buildings shall be in accordance with Appendix –J” 3. in Appendix -1, for the expressin “(See Rule 17-A)”, the expression “(See rule 16A)” shall be substituted; 4. after, Appendix-1, -the following Appendix shall be added, namely:APPENDIX – J “(See rule 16-B)” 1. if the building is intended to be used as:a. Hospital and nursing homes; b. Hotels, lodgers and guest Houses; c. Hostels of Schools, Colleges, Training Centres; d. Barracks of armed forces, paramilitary forces and police; e. Individual residential building having more than 150 aquare metre plinth area; f. Functional buildings of railway stations and air ports like waiting rooms, retairing room, rest rooms, inspection bungalows and catering units., g. Community centers, banquet halls, Barat ghars, Kalana madapams and building for similar use. In which there is a system or installation for supplying hot water, a provision shall be made for an auxiliary solar assisted water heating system. 2. the Executive authority before giving approval for he construction of new building shall ensure f it has a provision in the building design itself for al insulated pipeline from the roof top in the building to various distribution points where hot water is required. The new building shall have a provision for continuous water supply in the solar water heating system. The load bearing capacity of the roof shall at least be 50 kilogram per square meter. All new building shall have solar assisted water heating system installed before they are utilized for business or other activity. 3. In the existing building, solar assisted water heating system shall be installed at the time of change of use to any of he categories of buildings mentioned in item 1 above, provide there is a system or installation for supplying hot water therein.

4. The capacity of solar assisted water heating system to be installed on the building of different categories mentioned in item 1 above shall be decided in consultation with the Executive Authority. The recommended minimum capacity shall not be less then twenty five liters per day for each bath room and kitchen subject to the condition that maximum of 50 per cent of the total roof area is provided with the system. 5. Installation of solar assisted water heating system shall conform to Bureau of Indian Standards specification Indian Standard 12933. The solar collectors used in the solar assisted water heating system shall have the Bureau of Indian Standards certification mark. 6. Wherever hot water requirement is continuous in any building, auxiliary back up arrangement shall be provided.

ADDITIONAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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