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A.Residential areas and streets / stretches earlier declared as commercial areas / streets or where commercial use was allowed in MPD-1962 shall continue such use at least to the extent as permissible in MPD-1962. Commercial activities existing from prior to 1962 in residential areas are also permitted subject to documentary proof thereof.

A.The five-tier system of Commercial Areas as envisaged in MPD-2021 is:

I) Metropolitan City Centre (Pertains to already developed Central Business District)

II) District Centre

III) Community Centre

IV) Local Shopping Centre

V)Convenience Shopping Centre

It is to accommodate required shopping, commercial office and other service activities like cinema, hotel and restaurant and various community services and facilities in an integrated manner. In addition, some components of commercial use are also provided under mixed use, non-hierarchical commercial centres, and informal sector in the selected areas along the MRTS corridor

Tier I II III IV IV
Population- Metropolitan City Centre (Pertains to already developed Central Business District) About 5 lakhs District Centre About 1 lakh Community Centre About 10,000 Local Shopping Centre Convenience Shopping Centre
Area (Ha.)-   40 4.0 0.3 0.1
Activities Permitted Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial and Offices of local bodies, PSUs, Cinema, Cineplex, Hotels, Restaurants, Banquet Halls, Socio-Cultural activities / Recreational Club, Service Apptts, Coaching Centres/ Training Institutes, Police Post, Fire Post. Tel. Exchange, Post & Telegraph Office, Petrol Pump / CNG Station, Bus Terminal, Informal Trade. Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial and Offices of local bodies, PSUs, Cinema, Cineplex, Hotels, Restaurants, Banquet Halls, Socio-Cultural activities / Recreational Club, Service Apptts, Coaching Centres/ Training Institutes, Police Post, Fire Post. Tel. Exchange, Post & Telegraph Office, Petrol Pump / CNG Stn., Bus Terminal, Repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Guest House, Nursing Home, Informal Trade Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial and Offices of local bodies, PSUs, Cinema, Cineplex, Hotels, Service Apptts. Restaurants, Banquet halls, Guest House, Nursing Home, Dispensary, Clinical Lab. Clinic & Poly Clinic, Coaching Centres / Training Institutes, Police Post, Post Office, Petrol Pump / CNG Station, Repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Informal Trade, Multi level parking. Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial Offices, Clinical Laboratory, Clinic & Poly Clinic, Repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Guest House, Nursing Home, Informal Trade. Coaching Centres/ Training Institutes, Restaurant Retail Shopping, Local level service activities, Repair, Office up to 125 sqm.*, Bank, ATM, Informal Trade, Restaurant

* The provision of offices space upto 125 sq.mtr. to be applicable from the prospective date of notification in view of clause 3 (4) of Development Code. Notes:

A.The five-tier system of Commercial Areas as envisaged in MPD-2021 is:

i)Besides the above, retail shopping of desired level shall also be provided in all work centres and transportation nodes.

ii) Utilities, Public Conveniences shall be provided as per requirement.

iii) Service & Repair and Informal activities should be provided as Service markets and Informal bazaar.

iv) The mandatory requirement of parking as per prescribed standards would be met through multi level parking as far as possible in Metropolitan City Centre, District Centre and Community Centre.

v)The non-residential activities permitted as per Mixed Use Regulations with stipulations for category of colony, road ROW etc. in residential plots will be permitted in Commercial Centres

A.The District Centres are meant to serve as the apex of the multi-nodal activities of the community, which should be conceived as major shopping centers, while serving the community with a reasonable variety of other services and facilities and also centres of socio-cultural activity where the community can get together. MPD-2001 proposed two sub CBDs with norms of District Centres (namely Shahadara and in Urban Extension). These are now proposed to be dealt as District Centres. The emphasis in these centers should be on commerce and their related activities.

The District Centres already developed or in advanced stages of development are:

  • i). Nehru Place
  • ii). Rajendra Place
  • iii). Bhikaji Cama Place
  • iv) Janakpuri
  • v). Laxmi Nagar
  • vi). Shivaji Place (Raja Garden)
  • vii).Jhandewalan
  • viii). Netaji Subhash Place (Wazirpur)
  • ix). Saket
  • x).Manglam Place (Rohini)

These centres were developed on the basis of integrated schemes and some of these need upgradation in terms of infrastructure, parking spaces, hawking plazas, physical infrastructure and built environment. Other District Centres in Delhi Urban Area (DUA)-2001, in the process of development yet to be developed are as indicated below:

  • i). Trans Yamuna Area- Shahdra
  • ii). Rohini - Twin District Centre
  • iii).Peeragarhi (Rohtak Road)
  • iv) Paschim Vihar
  • v). Shalimar Bagh
  • vi). Dheerpur Extension (Jahangirpuri)
  • vii).Majnu ka Tila (Khyber Pass)
  • viii). Dilshad Garden
  • ix). Shastri Park (Shahdara)
  • x).Mayur Vihar
  • xi).Rohini Ph-III /IV /V
  • xii).Dwarka
  • xii).Narela

A.Besides the above District Centres, the following Non Hierarchical Commercial Centres shall be developed with specific schemes for each centre:

i) Commercial Centre at Asaf Ali Road

ii) Commercial Centre adjoining Metropolitan Passenger Terminal, Okhla (Jasola)

iii) Commercial Centre Laxmi Bai Nagar

iv) Commercial Centre, Nehru Nagar (Near Ring Rail)

The following other existing non-hierarchical commercial centres, which are also providing services at city level, would also need to be redeveloped:

i) Central market – Lajpat Nagar

ii) INA market

iii) Sarojini Nagar market

iv) Any other area as may be identified

The development control norms for the above areas shall be as per approved schemes and any enhancement in FAR wherever approved shall be subject to charging appropriate levies from the beneficiaries.

A. The Community Centres should be conceived as shopping and business centres catering to the needs of the population at community level. These centres may have Retail Shopping, Commercial and Government Offices, Local Body / Public Sector Undertaking offices, Cinema / Cineplexes, Hotels, Restaurants, Banquet halls and Guest House, Nursing Home, Dispensary, Clinical Laboratory, Clinic & Poly Clinic facilities together with other community facilities as indicated in table 5.1 of MPD-2021.

a)

Commercial Centres

Definitions

Activities Permitted

iv

Community Centre (CC) / Non-hierarchical Commercial Centre

The Community Centres should be conceived as shopping and business centres catering to the needs of the population at community level.

Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial and Offices of local bodies, PSUs, Cinema, Cineplex, Hotels, Service Apptts. Restaurants, Banquet halls, Guest House, Nursing Home, Dispensary, Clinical Lab. Clinic & Poly Clinic, Coaching Centres / Training Institutes, Police Post, Post Office, Petrol Pump / CNG Station, Repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Informal Trade, Multi level parking

A. The LSC / CSC will cater to the day-to-day needs of the local population. Some areas developed prior to 1962 like Lajpat Nagar, Rajouri Garden, Tilak Nagar, Kamla Nagar etc. having concentration of commercial activities, may continue subject to conditions prescribed under the Mixed Use Regulations. The existing built-up commercial centres may be redeveloped if need be with enhanced FAR subject to payment of appropriate levies. To incentivize the redevelopment a maximum overall FAR of 50% over and above the existing permissible FAR shall be given.

FAR enhancement in the shops cum residence complex developed prior to 1962 in rehabilitation colonies or other residential area shall be allowed higher FAR equivalent to FAR permissible on residential plot subject to availability of the parking in the area. The plot holder of shop-cum-residence plot is also allowed to continue with the original use i.e. shop-cum-residence and in such cases there will be no insistence for levy of any conversion charges.

i.

Use/ use premises Commercial Centres

Maximum Ground Coverage (%)

FAR

Height (mts)

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area

Other controls

ii.

Convenience Shopping Centre / Local Shopping Centre / Local Level Commercial areas

40

100

15

2

Max. 10% additional Ground Coverage shall be allowed for providing atrium only in LSC.

i.

Convenience Shopping Centre (CSC).

A group of shops in residential area serving a population of about 5,000 persons.

Retail Shopping, Local level service activities, Repair, Office up to 125 sqm.*, Bank, ATM, Informal Trade, Restaurant

ii

Local Shopping Centre (LSC)

A group of shops in residential area serving a population of 10,000 persons.

Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial Offices, Clinical Laboratory, Clinic & Poly Clinic, repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Guest House, Nursing Home, Informal Trade. Coaching Centres/ Training Institutes, Restaurant.

A. In order to cater to the long term accommodation requirement, service apartments are proposed as per the parameters stipulated by Ministry of Tourism and Culture, GoI. To cater to low tariff short term accommodation, a hierarchy of Guest House, Lodging and Boarding House/ Dharamshala/ Hostel have been proposed. These are to be provided/ permitted while modifying existing and/or preparing schemes for Commercial, Industrial, Public Semi Public and Transportation Use Zones.

i.

Use/ use premises

Maximum Ground Coverage (%)

FAR

Height (mts)

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area

Other controls

ii.

Service Apartments

30

225

NR*

2

N.A.

Service Market

 

 

Sub City level (DC / CC)

Community Level (LSC / CC)

 

Population

About 5 lakhs

About 100,000

Area (ha.)

6.0

0.2

Activities Permitted

Service and repair activities as specified in Industries chapter. Retail and Limited Wholesale for low turnover activities, like Auto workshops, Fruit & vegetable, General Merchandise, Hardware and Building materials, Gas Godowns.

Service and repair activities as specified in the Industries chapter. Low turnover activities, like Auto workshops, Fruit & vegetable, General Merchandise, Hardware and Building materials, Kabari.

Informal Bazaar

 

 

Sub City level (DC / CC)

Community Level (LSC / CC)

 

Population

About 5 lakhs

About 100,000

Area (ha.)

5.0

0.1

Activities Permitted

Informal shops, Weekly markets, Organised eating places, Handicraft bazaar, used Book / Furniture / Building materials bazaar, Cycle & Rickshaw repairs, Kabari, etc.

Informal shops, Weekly markets, Handicraft bazaar, Cycle & Rickshaw repair, Kabari, etc.

A. Large sections of unemployed and under employed population in rural areas and small towns look forward to the metropolitan cities like Delhi for employment and enter the city to move up the economy ladder. This brings forth a multitude of small enterprises and petty trading activities in the informal sector. Thus, a metropolis like Delhi has organized sector and an equally large informal sector. The informal sector units locate themselves strategically near work centres, commercial areas, outside the boundaries of schools colleges, hospitals/ tertiary health care centres, and transport nodes and near large housing clusters. A very high percentage of this activity has been observed in the Walled city, Trans Yamuna area and old commercial areas. A large number of units are mobile in nature.

A. There are large numbers of informal sector units in the city but no organized clusters. There is a need to provide for organised informal eating-places along with casual shopping, etc. to be located strategically in the city and at the following locations:

 

(i)Near TV Tower Pitampura.

(iv) Geeta colony

(ii)Near sub C.B.D. Trans Yamuna Area

(v) Adjacent to transport nodes including ISBT

(iii)Rohini

S. No

Use Zones / Use premise

No. of Informal shops / Units

(i)

Retail trade: Metropolitan City Centre, District Centre, Community Centre, Convenience Shopping Centre,

3 to 4 units per 10 formal shops (to be provided in informal bazaar / service market components)

(ii)

Government and Commercial Offices

5 to 6 units per 1000 employees

(iii)

Wholesale trade and Freight Complexes

3 to 4 units per 10 formal shops

(iv)

Hospital/ Tertiary Health Care Centre

3 to 4 units per 100 beds

(v)

Bus Terminal

1 unit for two bus bay

(vi)

Schools Primary Secondary/ Senior Secondary/Integrated

3 to 4 units
5 to 6 units

(vii)

Parks District Parks Neighbourhood parks

8 to 10 units at each major entry
2 to 3 units

(viii)

Residential

1 unit / 1000 population

(ix)

Industrial

5 to 6 units per 1000 employees

(x)

Railways Terminus / MRTS Stations

To be based on surveys at the time of preparation of the project.

A. According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Commercial Centres:

S.No

 

Use/ use premises(Commercial Centres) Maximum

 

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area Other controls
Ground Coverage (%) FAR Height (mts)
iii. Service Market 40 100 15 2  
iv. Organised Informal Bazaar 40 40 8 -  
v. District Centre/ Sub-Central Business District / Sub-City Level Commercial areas 25 150 NR 3 Maximum 10% additional ground coverage shall be allowed for providing atrium.

No restriction, subject to clearance from Airport Authority of India and Fire Department of GNCTD.

A.

a)

Commercial Centres

Definitions

Activities Permitted

i.

Local Level Commercial

N.S.

N.S.

ii.

Service Market

-

-

 

a) Sub City Level (DC/ CC)

N.S.

Service and repair activities asspecified in Industries chapter. Retail and Limited Wholesale for low turnover activities, like Auto workshops, Fruit & vegetable, General Merchandise, Hardware and Building materials, Gas Godowns.

 

b) Community Level (LSC/ CC)

N.S.

Service and repair activities as specified in the Industries chapter. Low turnover activities, like Auto workshops, Fruit & vegetable, General Merchandise, Hardware and Building materials, Kabari

(iii)Organised Informal Bazaar

-

-

-

 

a) Sub City Level (DC/ CC)

N.S.

Informal shops, Weekly markets, Organised eating places, Handicraft bazaar, used Book / Furniture / Building materials bazaar, Cycle & Rickshaw repairs, Kabari, etc.

 

b) Community Level (LSC/ CC)

N.S.

Informal shops, Weekly markets, Handicraft bazaar, Cycle & Rickshaw repair, Kabari, etc.

(v)

District Centre/ Sub-Central Business District/ Sub-City Level Commercial areas

The District Centres are meant to serve as the apex of the multi-nodal activities of the community, which should be conceived as major shopping centers, while serving the community with a reasonable variety of other services and facilities and also centres of socio-cultural activity where the community can get together.

Retail Shopping, Stockists and dealers of medicines and drugs, Commercial and Offices of local bodies, PSUs, Cinema, Cineplex, Hotels, Restaurants, Banquet Halls, Socio-Cultural activities / Recreational Club, Service Apptts, Coaching Centres/ Training Institutes, Police Post, Fire Post. Tel. Exchange, Post & Telegraph Office, Petrol Pump / CNG Stn., Bus Terminal, Repair / Services, Bank, ATM, Guest House, Nursing Home, Informal Trade.

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Metropolitan City Centre / Central Business District:

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S.No

 

Use/ use premises(Metropolitan City Centre / Central Business District) Maximum

 

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area Other controls
Ground Coverage (%) FAR Height (mts)
i. Commercial Plot: Retail & Commerce Metropolitan City Centre i.e. Connaught Place & its Extension 25 150 NR* 3

i. The size of the plot shall be as in the layout of commercial area and any subdivisional of the plot in Connaught Place and its extension should not be permitted.

ii. The development controls shall be in accordance with the comprehensive plan of the area to be reframed by the local body.

iii. (a) In case of Connaught Place, the existing height shall be maintained and FAR could be achieved by increasing proportionate ground coverage. (b) No basement shall be permitted in middle circle of Connaught Place. (c) Mandatory Architectural Controls shall be applicable.

ii. Commercial Complex at Fire Brigade Lane and Janpath Lane 25 150 NR* 3

i. Ground coverage and FAR shall be calculated on the area of presently available plots.

ii. The area shall be developed on the basis of comprehensive scheme.

No restriction, subject to clearance from Airport Authority of India and Fire Department of GNCTD.

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Any other Commercial Centre:

S.No

 

Use/ use premises Any other Commercial Centre Maximum

 

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area Other controls
Ground Coverage (%) FAR Height (mts)
i. (Including Commercial component along with Railway / MRTS Stations / ISBT) 25 100 NA* 3

Subject to statutory clearances. The development controls can vary subject to approved scheme.

ii. Asaf Ali Road (the area shown as commercial strip in Delhi Gate – Ajmeri Gate scheme) 80 200 20 3

Setbacks are not mandatory In case of rebuilding stilts shall be provided for parking.

No restriction, subject to clearance from Airport Authority of India and Fire Department of GNCTD.

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Motels:

S.No

 

Use/ use premises Maximum

 

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area Other controls
Ground Coverage (%) FAR Height (mts)
i. Motels (with sanctioned plans as on 07-02-2007 or whose proposal of Motel has been acceded to, (including all such proposal of motels which were in process of examination or matter challenged in the court of law or having approval in files from DDA or concerned municipal body or not acceded to due to enforcement of MPD-2021 on 07.02.2007 are also eligible for sanction), which are in Commercial Areas or proposed Facility Corridor in Zonal Development Plans and Other Use Zones) 40 175 NR* 3.0 ECS per 100 sq. m of floor area (as per Development Code Chapter of MPD – 2021). All guest parking must be catered to within the motel premises themselves

i) Maximum 175 FAR shall be permissible on the plot area disclosed in the sanctioned plan as on 07-02-2007 in conformity with Government of India Notification S.O. 550 (E) dated 16-06-1995 and motel guidelines issued by Government of India, MoUD on 04-03-2002.

ii) The motels shall face the road of minimum 30 mts. ROW (if additional land is required for road widening, same to be kept reserved out of the motel area).

iii) Other norms and permissible activities shall be the same as applicable to hotel use premise.

iv) Water, electric supply, sewerage, drainage, traffic circulation, provision of linking road of adequate ROW and other such infrastructure shall have to be provided by the owner at their own cost till the same is made available by the service providing agencies. The Motel owner will have to pay the external development charges including provision of linking road of adequate ROW as demanded by the concerned agencies.

v) All motels should follow rainwater harvesting and energy conservation provision laid down under Notification and Building Bye-Laws issued by MoUD/GOI.

vi) Disposal of waste in motels will be responsibility of the motel owner and net pollution discharge from the motels should be zero.

vii) Modern techniques shall have to be adopted in disposal of waste in motels viz. segregation of solid waste into compostable and non-compostable. Compostable waste should be deposited in localized compost pits; non-compostable should be incinerated in incinerators maintained by the motel, subject to pollution control norms. The building shall have dual piping system. Mini sewage treatment plant shall be constructed within premises for treatment of sewage and utilizing the treated water for purposes other than drinking, with dual piping system.

viii) Revised building plans will be submitted to the local bodies i.e., concerned municipal body/ DDA as the case may be for sanction under building bye laws.

^Note- Additional FAR Charges, Conversion Charges, Betterment Levy/ External Development Charges etc. shall be payable as decided by the Government from time to time. * No restriction, subject to clearance from Airport Authority of India and Fire Department of GNCTD. ** Ground Coverage up to 50% instead of 40% will be permissible to achieve the enhanced FAR at site(s), if there exist any height restriction from Airport Authority of India.

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Motels:

Use premise

Definition

Activities permitted

Retail Shop

A premise for sale of commodities directly to consumer with necessary storage.

Retail Shop, Repair Shop, Personnel Service Shop.

Repair Shop

A premise equivalent of a of a retail shop for carrying out repair of household goods, electronic gadgets, automobiles, cycles etc.

Retail Shop, Repair Shop, Personnel Service Shop.

Personnel Service Shop

A premise equivalent of retail shop providing personnel services like tailor barber etc.

Retail Shop, Repair Shop, Personnel Service Shop.

Vending Booth

A premise in the form of booth for sale of commodities of daily needs either through a mechanical installation or otherwise.

Vending Booth

Commercial Office

A premise used for offices of profit making organizations.

Commercial Office, retail & personal Service Shop, Restaurant, Bank, Post & Telegraph Office.

Bank

A premise for offices to perform banking function and operation.

Bank, Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm.) commercial office, Canteen

Motor Garage and workshop

A premise for servicing and repair of automobiles.

Motor garage and Work Shop, retail shop (spare parts), Soft drinks and Snacks stall)

Cinema / Cineplex

A premise with facilities for projection of movies and stills with a covered space to seat audience.

Cinema, Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm.) Administrative Office, Soft Drink & Snack Stall, Retail Shop & Commercial office.

Restaurant

A premise used for serving food items on commercial basis including cooking facilities. It may have covered or open space or both for sitting arrangement.

Restaurant.

Service Apartment

A premise fully furnished, serviced and self contained with meal preparation and used for short-term / long term accommodation.

i) Guest suite, Conference facilities, Office
ii) Retail / Service shops, Dining and supporting facilities, as per the requirement to be restricted up to 20% of floor area.

Informal Sector

Weekly Market

An area used once in a week by a group of informal shop establishments in the form of a market. These markets shift from one area to another on different days of the week.

Weekly market, informal Retail trade, Soft Drink and Snack Stall (All structures will be either temporary or mobile), only for one day in a week.

Informal Sector Unit

Retail/ service unit, stationary or mobile, working without roof including small khokhas on roadside. Street vendor- A person who offers goods or services for sale to the public without having a permanent built up structure but with a temporary static structure or mobile stall (or head load).

Informal Sector Unit

A.Sub City Level Commercial Areas In Urban Extension, District Centres and Community Centres could be developed wherever possible, in a linear form as commercial cum facility corridors along major transport networks. Such corridors will have non-residential uses like Commercial, Recreational, Public and Semi public, Utilities, Service and Repair, etc. with detailed Urban Design and landscape schemes. The aim is to prevent unintended and unplanned ribbon development. The proposed MRTS stations and bus terminals, as the case may be, shall be integrated within these facility corridors.

Local Level Commercial Areas In case of Urban Extensions it is proposed to combine and integrate LSC and CSC at neighborhood level to ensure their location within walkable distance.

A.Hotels are permitted in Commercial Use Zone, Commercial Centres in Industrial Use Zone, and Transport Nodes (ISBT, Bus Depot/ Terminal, Railway Station, Airport, Integrated Freight Complex, Metropolitan Passenger Terminal) and other use zones - where already existing and where building plans are approved by the Competent Authority. The maximum ground coverage and FAR in such cases shall be as per the sanctioned building plans but in no case exceeding the permissible ground coverage and FAR of that use zone. This is subject to the provision of parking as per norms.

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Any other Commercial Centre:

S.No Use/ use premises

Maximum

Parking Standard ECS/100 sqm. of floor area Other controls
Ground Coverage (%) FAR Height (mts)
c) Hotel 40

i)Plot below 30 m ROW –325

(ii)Plot 30 m & above– 375

NR* 3@

i) Maximum 10% additional ground coverage shall be allowed for providing atrium. In case, the permissible additional ground coverage for atrium is utilised, 25% of the utilised ground coverage shall be counted towards FAR.

ii) Maximum 20% of the FAR can be used for the Commercial offices, Retail & Service shops.

iii) The enhanced FAR will be allowed subject to payment of charges to be prescribed/ notified by the Government.

* No restriction, subject to clearance from Airport Authority of India and Fire Department of GNCTD. NR* - No Restriction, subject to clearance from AAI, Delhi Fire Service and other statutory bodies. ii. FAR# - The norms of 325 FAR below 30m ROW or 375 FAR on 30m ROW or above and 40% ground coverage shall be applicable in respect of all (I) hotels including hotel plots in (a) Commercial Centres (iv), (v) and (b) Metropolitan City Centre/Central Business District except those located in LBZ area, Civil Lines Bungalow Area and hotels existing on heritage structures and (II) Hotel-cum-commercial plots. This shall apply to all categories of hotels mentioned at para 5.8. The FAR for Commercial Centres mentioned at Table 5.4(a) and (b) as well as Hotel-cum-commercial plots where apportionment of FAR shall be as per original lease conditions and shall stand enhanced automatically to that extent, for this purpose only if not available. iii. In case of revision of building plans to avail additional FAR, hotel can avail additional FAR only if adequate parking provision is made within the plot itself. @ - In respect of hotels where the building plans stand sanctioned prior to 27.1.2006, parking standard of 3 ECS for 100 sqm of floor area shall be applicable only for the additional FAR which will be availed consequent upon amendment to MPD-2021. In respect of hotels where the building plans have been sanctioned on or after 27.1.2006, the parking standard of 3 ECS for 100 sqm of floor area shall be applicable to the entire plot.]

A.According to Table 5.4: Development Controls – Any other Commercial Centre:

 

Use premise

Definition

Activities permitted

Hotel/p>

A premise having minimum 10 lettable rooms for lodging of and boarding of 15 persons or more on short / long term basis.

Hotel, Service Apartment, Banquet / Conferencing facilities, Restaurant, Swimming pool, Health Club, Food court, Discotheque. Commercial offices, retail & service shops to be restricted to 20% of floor area.