Panchayat:Repo18/Law Manual Page0772

Rule 32 (vii) in the case of a layout or subdivision of land having an area of two hectares or more, a suitable plot for an electric transformer shall be provided;

(viii) In the case of layout for subdivision of plots, where the number of residential plots exceeds 20, approval of the District Town Planner shall be obtained if the area of the land is above 0.5 hectare and upto 2 hectares and approval of the Chief Town Planner shall be obtained if the area of land exceeds 2 hectares.

(ix) if the site forms part of an approved layout, copy of the subdivision layout shall be enclosed along with the plans for approval; and

(x) adequate arrangements for surface water drainage shall be provided by the developers.

(xi) Throughout the entire period of land development, the owner shall display the details of the permit near the entrance to the site in a board of size not less than 100 centimetres x 75 centimetres. The details to be displayed include name and address of the owner and developer with phone number, details of plots such as number, area and use, the area and location of recreational open spaces, road widths, Number and Date of the approval of District Town Planner/ Chief Town Planner, Number and date of the permit and the name of Local Self Government Institution.

32. Development including land sub-division and plot development thereof for mercantile (commercial) development.— All new developments including land sub-divisions and plot developments shall be subject to the following: -

(i) (a) the width of access/access street to the development area shall be minimum 10m;

(b) the width of every new street, public or private, intended for use as a cart or carriage way giving access to or through a commercial precinct consisting of a continues row of shops exceeding ten in number shall not be less than 10 metres except in the case of cul-de-sac not exceeding 150 metres where the minimum width shall be 7 metres;

(ii) the frontage of every commercial plot abutting such streets shall have a minimum width of 6 metres;

(iii) no plot with a layout proposed for commercial development shall have an area less than 60 sq.metres;

(iv) for every plot within a layout for commercial development, building line from the street shall not be less than 3 metres;

(v) no plot intended to house a service garage or auto workshop within a layout for commercial development shall be of an area less than 300 sq.metres and an average plot width less than 12 metres; as (vi) the approval of the District Town Planner shall be obtained for the layout of all new commercial streets and land subdivisions exceeding 10 plots.

33. Development including land sub-division and plot development thereof for industrial development.— 

(1) All new developments including land sub-divisions and plot developments shall be subject to the following:

(i) (a) the width access/access street to the development area shall be minimum 10m.

(b) the width of every new street, public or private, intended for use as a cart or carriage way giving access to or through an organised industrial area with not less than six constituent units, shall be a minimum of 10 metres:

Provided that in the case of a small industrial unit or cul-de-sac not exceeding 150 metres in length the minimum road width shall be 7 metres;

(ii) the minimum size of industrial plots abutting the street shall be 400 sq.metres in extent with a width of not less than 15 metres: