Rajasthan woos developers
Rajasthan’s Urban Development and Housing (UDH) department is wooing developers by adopting a multi-pronged strategy to improve ease of doing business. Under this initiative the department has recently issued an order in which classification of buildings has been made under…

Rajasthan’s Urban Development and Housing (UDH) department is wooing developers by adopting a multi-pronged strategy to improve ease of doing business.

Under this initiative the department has recently issued an order in which classification of buildings has been made under low risk, medium risk and high risk categories.

Under this, small buildings with low-risk criteria would be approved on a fast-track basis and high-risk buildings like mall, multi-storey or big commercial complexes would be examined thoroughly.

It is reported that residential buildings on plot area up to 500 sq metres and (Ground + 1) will come under low-risk category and it would not be mandatory to seek approval from a competent authority.

Buildings constructed up to 15 metres will come under medium risk category. Buildings of more than 15 metres will come under high-risk category.

The new building bylaws will provide a framework for single window integrated building plan approval process. The maximum time-limit for all kinds of building approvals will be 30 days after which the approval can be considered ‘deemed’.

Once implemented, there will be no requirement for any separate environmental clearance or permission.

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