Floor Area Ratio

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Higher FAR, more highrises: complex problem, several questions

Thirty-two of the world’s 100 most dense cities are in India.

L-G Jung reviews green building norms under master plan-2021

The proposal are related to providing incentives with respect to enhanced FAR (floor area ratio).

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Haryana opens commercial zones for housing

The government has already been allowing the reverse — integrated commercial complexes in residential areas.

St. Kabir School to introduce Class XI from next session

St. Kabir School in Sector 26,which presently provides education till class X,will begin with class XI from the 2014 -15 session. However,the school will offer only Commerce stream and might decide to discontinue with pre-nursery,after which the entry level class in the school will be Nursery. Director of the school,G S Bakshi,said the school management […]

DDA invites feedback on Master Plan 2021 modifications

Modifications include definition of highrise buildings and hotels,among others

New land pooling policy allows partial sale of FAR in capital

The aime of the policy is to involve private parties in the development of real estate for residential and commercial purposes

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DDA nod for service flats,increased FAR in hospitals

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Thursday gave final clearance for small dwelling units (service apartments) under the Master Plan-2021 review process

Master Plan 2021 looks to enhance FAR for hospitals

As part of the ongoing review of the Master Plan-2021,a proposal for enhancing the floor area ratio (FAR) of hospitals and include a new category of tertiary healthcare centres has been made.

Revamp: Meeting over Khan Market redevelopment issues today

The NDMC has already asked Land and Development Office (L&DO) to give it land for parking at a subsidised rate.

Games Village flats: Ministry says GoM declined to relax FAR norms

Causing more anxiety to allottees of premium flats at the Commonwealth Games Village,the Urban Development Ministry on Thursday informed the Delhi High Court that the Group of Ministers had refused to relax norms relating to excess construction in the complex.

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