The Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963
(Punjab Act No. 41 of 1963)
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                 General Information
                 The Schedule
                 The Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas restriction
                      of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965
                     Part I
                     Part II
                     Part III
                      Part IV
                     Part IV-A
                     Part V
                     Part VI
                      Part VII
                     Part VIII
                 Forms
                 Notification
     General Information:

(Received the assent of the President of India on the 22nd  November, 1963 and first published in the Punjab Government  Gazette (Extraordinary), Legislative Supplement, of 30th November, 1963)

AN ACT to prevent haphazard and sub-standard development along scheduled roads and in controlled
areas in the State of {Haryana}
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Punjab in the Fourteenth year of the Republic of India as follows:-
1. Short title and extent.—
(1) This Act may be called the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963.
(2) It extends to the whole of the State of  [ Haryana ]

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2. Definitions-
In this  Act, unless the context otherwise requires,---
(1) “Agriculture” includes horticulture, dairy farming, poultry farming and the planting and upkeep of an orchard;
(2) “Amenity” includes roads, water supply, street lighting, drainage, sewerage, public parks and any other convenience which the Government may by notification specify for the purposes of this Act;
  (3) “Bye-pass” means a road provided as a permanent diversion to a scheduled road, whether such diversion is situated within or without the limits of a local authority and whether it is constructed before or after the commencement of this Act;
[(4) “Commissioner” means Commissioner and Secretary to Government, Haryana, Town and Country Planning Department ;]
(5) “Controlled Area” means an area declared under section 4 to be a controlled area
  (6) “Director” means the Director of Town and Country Planning [Haryana], and includes any person for the time being appointed by the Government by notification to exercise and  perform all or any of the powers and functions of the Director under this Act and the rules made there under in respect of any scheduled road or controlled area;
(7) “the Government” means the government of the State of 1[Haryana].
(8) “Prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under this Act;
  (9) “Road reservation, in relation to a scheduled road” means the land, whether metalled or unmetalled, which vests in the Government  or the Central Government or a local authority for the purposes of such road and the boundaries of which are demarcated by pillars, posts or wires or in any other manner;
  (10) “Scheduled road” means a road specified in the Schedule to this Act which is wholly situated within the State of [Haryana], and, where, any road so specified is not so situated, the  portion of such road which is situated in the State of [Haryana], and  includes a “bye-pass”, but does not include any part  of such road or portion, not being a  bye pass, which is situated in the limits of a local authority;
    Explanation – For the purposes of this clause “local authority” means a cantonment board, municipal committee, notified area committee or an improvement trust.]
(11) “Building” means any shop, house, hut, outhouse, shed or stable, whether used for the purpose of human habitation or otherwise and whether  of masonry, bricks, wood mud thatch, metal or any other material whatever; and includes “wall” and “a well”;
(12) “erect or re-erect any building” includes-
(a) any material alteration or enlargement of any building;
(b) the conversion by structural  alteration into a place for human habitation of any building not
originally constructed for human habitation;
(c) the conversion into more than one place for human habitation of a building originally
constructed as one such place;
(d) the conversion of two or more places of human habitation into a greater number of such places;
(e) such alternations of a building as affect an alteration of its drainage or sanitary arrangements,
or materially effect its security,
(f) the addition of any rooms, building, outhouses, or other  structures to any building; and
(g) the constructions in a wall adjoining any street or land not belonging to the owner of the wall,
 of a door opening on  to such street or land;
  ([13) “expressway” means a road as may be notified by the Government from time to time in the Official Gazette, and includes the portion of such road which is situated in the State of Haryana, within or outside the limits of a local authority.]

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3. Prohibition to erect or re-erect buildings along scheduled roads. –
   1[No person shall erect or re-erect any building
 or make or extend any excavation or lay out any means of access to a road within one hundred meters of either
side of the road reservation of a bye-pass or within thirty meters on either side of the road  reservation of any
scheduled road not being bye-pass or expressway ] :
Provided that nothing in this section shall apply to-
(a) the repair to a building which was in existence immediately before  the commencement of this Act or any erection or re-erection of such a building which does not involve any structural alteration or addition therein; or
(b) the  erection or re-erection of a building, which was in existence immediately before the commencement of this Act and which involves any structural alteration or addition with the permission of the Direction; or
    (bb) a building which was in existence, immediately before the commencement of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development (Haryana Amendment) Ordinance, 2009 (Haryana Ordinance No. 1 of 2009), or to any repair, erection, re-erection of such a building which does not involve any structural alteration or addition therein, on payment of such fee, as may be prescribed; or
(c) the laying out of any means of access to a road with the permission of the Director; 1[or]
(d) the erection or re-erection of a motor-fuel-filling station  or a bus queue-shelter with the permission
of the Director 1[;or]
    2[(e)
“the public utility buildings “and” community assets” which were in existence immediately before the commencement of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated
Development (Haryana Second Amendment & Validations) Act, 1996.
Explanation.—
(1) “ Public utility buildings” means buildings belonging to Government, Government controlled
Organizations, Local  Bodies, Voluntary Organisations and individuals which are being used for the
benefit of public at large without profit motive.; and
(2) “Community assets” means assets belonging to Government, Government Controlled
Organizations, Local bodies, Voluntary Organizations, and individuals which are created for the
beneficial use of public at large without profit motive]
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4. Declaration of controlled area.—
(1) The Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, declare any area outside the limits of municipal town or any other area, which in its opinion has the potential for building activities, industrial, commercial, institutional, recreational estates/activities and uses subservient to the above, to be a controlled area for the purposes of this Act’
 (2) The Government shall also cause the contents of the declaration made under sub-section (1) to be published in at least two newspapers printed in a language other than English.

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5. Publication of plans etc. in controlled area. –
  (1) The Director shall, not later than 1[one year] from the declaration under sub-section (1) of section 4 or within such further period as the Government may allow, prepare plans in the prescribed manner showing the controlled area and signifying therein the nature of restrictions and conditions proposed to be made applicable to the controlled area and submit the plans to the Government.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the powers specified in subsection (1), the plans may provide for
any one or more of the following matters, namely:-
(a) the division of any site into plots for the erection or re-erection of any building and the manner
in which such plots may be transferred to intending purchasers or lessees;
(b) the allotment or reservation of land for roads, open spaces, gardens, recreation grounds, schools,
 markets and other public purposes;
(c) the development of any site into a town ship or colony and the restrictions and conditions subject
to which such development  may be undertaken or carried out;
(d) the erection or re-erection of buildings on any site and the restrictions and  conditions in regard to
the open spaces to be maintained in or around buildings and the height and character or buildings;
(e) the alignment of buildings on any site;
(f) the architectural features of the elevation or frontage of buildings to be built on any site;
(g) the amenities to be provided  in relation to any site or buildings on such site whether before or
after the erection or re-erection of buildings and the person or authority by whom such amenities
 are to be provided ;
(h) the prohibition or restrictions regarding erection or re-erection of shops, workshops, where houses
or factories or buildings of a specified  architectural feature or buildings designed for particular
purposes in any locality;
(i) the maintenance of walls, fences, hedges, or any other structural or architectural construction and
the height at which they shall be maintained;
(j) the restrictions regarding the use of any site for purposes other than the erection or
re-erection of buildings;
(k) any  other matter which is necessary for the proper planning of any controlled area and
for  preventing building being erected or re-erected haphazardly in such area.
(3) The Government may either approve the plans without modifications with such modifications as it may
consider necessary or reject the plans with directions to the Director to prepare fresh plans according to
such directions.
(4) The government shall cause to be published by notification the plans approved by it under sub-section (3)
for the purpose of inviting objections thereon.
  (5) Any person may, within thirty days from the date of publication of the notification under sub-section (4) , send to the Director his objection and suggestion in writing, if any, in respect of such plans and the Director shall consider the same and forward them with his recommendations to the government within a period of sixty days from the  aforesaid date.
(6) The Director shall also give reasonable opportunities to every local authority, within whose local limits
any land included in the  controlled area is situated, to make any representation with respect  to the  plans.
  (7) After considering the objections, suggestions and representations, if any,  and the recommendations of the Director thereon, the Government shall decide as to the final plans showing the controlled area and signifying therein the nature of restrictions and conditions applicable to the controlled area and publish the same in the Official Gazette and  in such other manner as may be prescribed.
  (8) Provision may be made by rules made in this behalf with respect to the form and content of the plans and with respect to the procedure to be followed, and any other matter in connection with the preparation, submission and approval of the plans.
  (9) Subject to the foregoing provisions of this section, the Government may direct the Director to furnish such information as the Government may require for the purpose of approving the plans submitted to it under this section.

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6. Erection or re-erection of buildings etc. in controlled  areas.—
Except as provided hereinafter, no person shall erect or or-erect any building or make or extend any
excavation or lay out any means or access to a road in a controlled area save in accordance with the
plans and the restrictions and conditions referred to in section 5 and with the previous permission of the
Director:
          Provided that no such permission shall be necessary for erection or re-erection of any building if
 such building is used or is to be used for agricultural purpose or purposes subservient to agriculture:

          1[Provided further that nothing in this section shall apply to a building constructed along with the

extension of the  scheduled road located in the limit of the local authority and which was in existence

immediately before the commencement of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction

of Unregulated Development (Haryana Amendment) Ordinance, 2009, on payment of such fee, as may be prescribed.]

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7. Prohibition on use of land in controlled areas.—
  (1) No land within the controlled area shall, except with the permission of the Director, 1[and on payment of such conversion charges as may be prescribed by the Government from time to time] be used for purposes other than those for which it was used on the date of publication of the notification under sub-section (1) of Section 4, and no land within such controlled area shall be used for the purposes of a charcoal-kiln, pottery kiln, lime-kiln, brick-kiln or bricks field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar or for other similar extractive or ancillary operation except under and in accordance with the conditions of a licence from the Director on payment of such fees and under such conditions as may be prescribed:
    2[provided that any fee or charges leviable, if not paid within the specified period, shall be recoverable
as arrears of land revenue.]
    3[(IA) Local authorities, firms and undertakings of Government, colonisers and persons exempted from
obtaining a licence under the Haryana Development and Regulations or Urban Areas Act, 1975, and
authorities involved in land development will also be liable to pay conversion charges but they shall be
exempt from making an application under section 8 of this Act.]
(2) The renewal of such licences may be made 4[after three years] on payment of such fees as may be prescribed

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  3[7A Power of relaxation .- The Government may, in public interest, relax any restrictions  or conditions in so far
         as they relate to land use prescribed in the controlled  area in exceptional circumstances.]

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8. Application for permission etc. and the grant or refusal thereof. -
  (1) Every person desiring to obtain the permission referred to in Section 3 or Section 6 or Section 7 or licence under Section 7 shall make an application in writing to the Director in such form and containing such information in respect of the land, building, excavation or means of access to a road to which the application relates as may be prescribed.
(2) On receipt of such application the Director, after making such enquiry as he considers necessary, shall
by order in writing either:-
(a) grant the permission or licence subject to such conditions if any, as may be specified in the order, or
(b) refuse to grant such permission or license.
  (3) The Director shall not refuse permission to the erection or re-erection of a building which was in existence in a controlled area on the date on which the  notification under sub-section (1) of Section 4 was published, nor shall he impose any condition in respect of such erection or re-erection unless he is satisfied, after affording to the applicant an opportunity of being heard, that there is a probability that the building will be used for a purpose, or is designed in a  manner, other  than that for which it was used or designed on the date on which the said notification was published.
  (4) If, at the expiration of period of three months after an application under sub-section (1) has been made to the Director, no order in writing has been passed by the Director, the permission shall, without prejudice to the restrictions and conditions signified in the plans published in the official Gazette under sub-section (7) of Section 5, be deemed to have been given without  the  imposition of any conditions.
    1[ Provided that such time limit of three months shall not be applicable to the cases where directions have been
issued by the Government under section 11 of the Act and require approval of the Government accordingly.]
    2[ Provided further that where an application is made for change of land use for industrial purpose and
orders are to be passed by the Director, the time limit for granting permission shall be two months.]
  (5) The Director shall maintain such register as may be prescribed with sufficient particulars of all such cases in which permission or license is given or deemed to have been given or refused by him under this section, and the said  register shall be available for inspection without charge by all persons interested and such persons shall be entitled to take extracts therefrom.

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9. Power of entry on land or building for survey, etc.-
The  Director may authorize any person to enter into or upon any land  or building with or without assistants
or workman for the purpose of making any enquiry, inspection, measurement or survey or taking levels:
       Provided that no entry shall be made except between, the hours of sunrise and sunset and without giving
twenty-four hours notice to the occupier or owner of such land or building.`
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10. Appeals.-
Any person aggrieved or affected by an order of the Directors under sub-section (2) of section 8 granting
permission or license subject to conditions or refusing permission or licence may, within sixty days from
the date of such order, prefer an appeal to the 1[Commissioner and Secretary to Government, Haryana,
Town and Country Planning Department whose orders] on such appeal shall be final.

1[10A. Revision.—The Government may call for the record of any case pending before, or disposed of by any

subordinate authority for the purpose of satisfying  itself as to the legality or propriety of any proceedings  or
of any order made therein and may pass such order in relation thereto as it may think fit.] 
  1[10B. Review. – The Director may, either of his own motion or on an application of any party interested, review,
 and on so reviewing modify, reverse on confirm any order passed by himself or by any of his predecessors in office-
Provided that-
(a) When the Director proposes to review any order passed by his predecessor in office, he shall first
obtain the sanction of the Government;
(b) No application  for review of an order shall be  entertained unless it is made within a period of sixty
days from the date of passing of the order, or unless the applicant satisfies the  Director that he had
sufficient cause for not making the  application within that period;
(c) No order shall be modified or reversed unless the parties concerned have been afforded a reasonable
opportunity of being heard;
(d) No order against which an appeal has been preferred shall be reviewed]

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11. Control by Government.-
The Director shall carry out such directions as may be issued to him from time to time by the Government
for the efficient administration of this Act.

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12. Offence and penalties.-
(1) Any person who-
(a) erects or re-erects any building or make or extends any excavation or lays out any means of access
to a road in contravention of the provisions of Section 3 or Section 6 or in contravention of any 
conditions imposed by an order under Section 8 or Section 10, or
(b) Uses any land in contravention of the provision of sub section (1) or Section 7 or Section 10.
Shall be punishable with 2[imprisonment of either description for  a term which may extend to three years
and shall also be liable] to fine which may extend to 3[fifty thousand rupees but not less than ten thousand
rupee] and, in the case of a continuing  contravention, with a further fine which may extend to 1[one thousand
rupees] for every  day after the date of the first conviction during which he is proved to have persisted in
 the  contravention.
  (2) Without prejudice to the provisions of sub-section (1), the Director may, by notice, served by post and if a person avoids service, or is not available for service of notice, or refuses to accept  service, then by affixing a copy of it  on the outer  door or  some other conspicuous part of such premises, or in such other manner as may be prescribed, call upon any person who has committed a breach of the provisions referred to in the said sub-section to stop further construction and to appear and show cause why he should not be ordered to restore to its original state or to bring it in conformity with the provisions of the Act or the rules, as the case may be, any building or land in respect of which a contravention such as described in the said sub-section has been committed, and if such person fails to show cause to the satisfaction of the Director within a period of seven days, the Director may pass an order requiring him to restore such land or building to its original state or  to bring it in conformity with the provisions of the Act or the rules, as the case may be, within a further period of seven days.
  (3) If the order made under sub-section (2) is not carried out, within the specified period, the Director may himself at the expiry  of the period of this order, take such measures as may appeal necessary to give effect to the order and the cost of such measures shall, if not paid on demand being made to him, be recoverable from such person as arrears of land revenue;
    Provided that even before the expiry of seven days  period mentioned in the order under sub-section (2) , if the Director  is satisfied that instead of stopping the erection or re-erection of the  building or making or extending of the excavation or laying out of the means of access to a road, as the case may be, the person continues with the contravention, the Director may himself take such measures as may appear necessary to give effect to the order and the cost of such measures, shall, if  not paid on demand being made to him, be recoverable from such person as arrears of land revenue.
[12.A. Duty of police officers.- It shall be the duty of every police office:-
(1) to communicate without delay  to the Director of any other  officer authorized in writing by him, in this
behalf, any information which he receives of a design to commit or of the commission of any offence
against this Act or any rule or regulation made thereunder,
(2) to assist the Director any other officer authorized in writing, by him, in this behalf, in the lawful exercise
of any power vested in the Director or any other officer authorized in writing by him, in this behalf, under
this Act or any rule or regulation made thereunder.]
[12.B. Power to arrest.—
(1) A police officer not below the rank of sub-inspector shall arrest any  person who commits, in his view,
any offence against this Act or any rule made thereunder, if the name and  address of such person be
unknown to him and if such person, on demand declines to give his name and address, or gives such
name or address which such officer has reason to believe to be false.
(2) The person so arrested shall, without unavoidable delay be produced before the Magistrate authorized
to try the office for which the arrest has been made and no person, so arrested, shall be detained in
custody for  a period exceeding twenty-four hours without an order from the above mentioned Magistrate.]
{12.C. Constitution of Tribunal. - -
(1) With effect from   such date as the Government may, by notification, constitute a Tribunal consisting of
[ a Chairman who is a retired Judge of the High Court]   and a member of the rank of Chief Engineer having
special knowledge about roads and highways. If the  members of the Tribunal  are divided over some matter,
the decision of the Chairman of the Tribunal shall prevail.
(2) The Tribunal shall have its sitting at Chandigarh or at any other place as per its convenience.
(3) A person aggrieved by the orders of Director passed  under sub-section (2) or sub-section (3), as the case
may be, of section 12 of the Act, may file an appeal to the Tribunal within a period of sixty days and the
decision of the Tribunal on such appeal shall be final. The Tribunal shall also hear the cases involving
constructions made up to 28th April, 1995 in violation of the Act along scheduled roads and otherwise as
if these were appeals  against the order of Director. Any case  against the orders of Director passed under
sub-section (2) or sub-section (3)  of section 12 of the Act pending in any court of law except High Court
or Supreme Court shall be transferred to the Tribunal.}

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13. Offences of companies.-
(1) Where an offence under this Act has been committed by a company, the company as well as every person
incharge of, and responsible to, the company for the conduct of its business at the time of the commission
of the offence shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and
punished accordingly;
Provided that nothing contained in this sub-section shall render any such person liable to any punishment
if he proves that the offence was committed without his knowledge or that the exercised all due diligence
to prevent the commission of such offence.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where an offence under this Act has been committed
 by a company and it is proved that the offence has been committed  with the consent or connivance of, or
that the commission of the offence as attributable to any neglect on the part of, any Director, Manager,
Secretary or other officer of the company, such director, manager, secretary or other officer shall also be
deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against  and punished accordingly.
Explanation:-- For the purposes of this section - -
(a) “company” means any body corporate and includes a  firm or other association of individuals, and
(b) “director” in relation to a firm is a partner in the firm.
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14. Composition of offence.- -
(1) The Director or any person authorized by the Director by general or special order in this behalf may either
before or after the institution of the proceedings compound any offence made punishable by or under this Act.
(2) Where an offence has been compounded the offender, if in custody shall be discharged and no further
proceedings shall be taken against him in respect of the offence compounded.
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15. Trial of offence and special provision regarding fine.--
(1) No court inferior to that of 1[Judicial Magistrate] of the First Class shall be competent to try any offence
 punishable under this Act.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 32 of the  Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, it shall be
lawful for any  1[Judicial Magistrate] of the  First Class to pass a sentence of fine not exceeding the pecuniary
 limit specified in the section as in force in any part of the State on any person convicted of an offence
punishable under this Act.
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16. Sanction of prosecution.—
No prosecution for any offence punishable under this Act shall be instituted except with the  previous
sanction of the Director or any officer authorized in writing by the Director in this behalf.
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17. Officer to be public servants. --
The Director  and every other officer or employee acting under this Act or the rules made thereunder
shall be deemed to be a public servant  within the  meaning of section 21 of the Indian Penal Code.

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18. Power to amend the schedule.-

The Government may by notification add to the schedule to this Act any other road not specified therein

 or omit therefrom any road specified therein, and on the issue of such a notification the  Schedule shall
be deemed  to be amended accordingly.

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19. Delegation.--
(1) The Government may by notification direct that any power exercisable by it under this Act, except the
power specified in sub-section (1) of section 4, sub-sections (3) and (7) of section 5, section 18 and
section 25, shall, in relation to such matters and subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified
in the notification, be exercisable also by such officer or authority subordinate to the Government as
may be specified in the notification.
(2) The Director may, with the approval of the Government, by an order in writing  delegate any of his powers
and functions under this Act or the rules made thereunder to such other officer subordinate to him as may
be specified in such order.

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20. Indemnity.--
(1) No suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against any person in respect of any thing which
is in good faith done or intended to be done in pursuance of this Act or the rules made thereunder.
(2) No suit or other legal proceeding shall lie against the government for any damage caused by anything which
is in good faith done or intended to be done in pursuance of this Act or the rules made thereunder.
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21. Bar of jurisdiction  of civil courts.--
No civil court shall have any jurisdiction to entertain or decide any question relating to matters falling under
this Act or the rules made thereunder.

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22. Exemption.--
Nothing in this Act shall apply to --
(a) the area comprised in the abadi deh of any village;
      1[(aa) The area adjacent to the abadi deh of any village which the government identifies for village
expansion through a notification, published in the official gazette, specifically to this effect subject
 to the condition that this area shall not exceed 60% of the existing village abadi deh;]
(b) the erection or re-erection of a place of worship or a tomb or cenotaph or of a wall enclosing a
graveyard, place worship, cenotaph or samadhi on land which, on the date of publication, of the
notification under sub-section (1) of section 4, is occupied by or for the purpose of such worship,
tomb, cenotaph, graveyard or samadhi;
(c) Excavations (including wells) or other operations made in the ordinary course of agriculture; and
(d) The construction of an unmetalled road intended to give access to land for agricultural purposes
or purposes subservient to agriculture.

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23. Effect of other laws.—
(1) Nothing in this Act shall affect the operation of --
(a) the Punjab New Capital (periphery) Control Act, 1952 (Punjab Act of 1953);
    (b) 1[* * * * * ]
(c) the Punjab Slum Areas (Improvement and Clearance) Act, 1961 (Punjab Act 24 of 1961);
    (d) 1[* * * * * ]
(2) Save as aforesaid, the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder shall effect notwithstanding
any thing inconsistent therewith contained in any other law.
(3) Notwithstanding  anything contained in any such other law - -
(a) when permission required under this Act for doing any act or taking any action in respect of any
land has been obtained, such act or action shall not be deemed to be unlawfully done or taken by
reason only of the fact that permission, approval or sanction required under such other law for doing
 such act or taking such action  has not been obtained;
(b) when permission required under this Act for doing such  act or taking such action has not been
obtained, such act or action shall not be  deemed to be lawfully done or taken by reason only of
the fact that permission, approval or  sanction required under such other law for the doing of such act
or the taking of such action has been obtained.

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24. Saving.—
Nothing in this Act shall affect the power of the Government or any other authority to acquire land or to impose
restriction upon the use and development of land comprised in the controlled area under any other  law for the
 time being in force , or to permit the settlement of  a claim arising out of the exercise of powers under this
Act by mutual agreement.

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25. Power to make rules. --
(1)

The  Government may, by notification and subject to the condition of previous publication,  make rules

for carrying out the purposes of this Act.
(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide
for all or any of the following matters, namely:-
(a) the manner, in which the plans in respect of controlled area shall be prepared under
sub-section (1) of section 5;
(b) the other manner in which the final plans in respect of a controlled area shall be published;
(c) the Form and  contents of the plans in respect of a controlled area and the procedure to be followed
and any other matter in connection with the preparation, submission  and approval of the plan;
(d) the conditions on which the licences under section 7 shall be granted or renewed and  the fees to
be charged for the grant and renewal thereof;
(e) the form in which application for permission or licence shall be made under sub-section (1)
of section 8 and the information which shall be furnished therein;
(f) the principles and condition under which application for permission  or licence under this Act
may be granted or refused;
      1[(ff) the recovery of arrears of fee and charges under section 7;]
(g) the form and manner in which the register referred to in sub-section (5) of section 8 shall
be maintained;
(h) the procedure to be followed in hearing appeals under 2[sections 10 and 12C], the  fees to be
paid in respect of, and the document which shall accompany such appeals; and
(i) any other matter which may be prescribed.

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 THE SCHEDULE

 [See section 2 (10) and 18]
(1) Grand Trunk Road (from Delhi to Amritsar and on the border with Pakistan)
(2) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(3) Delhi-Mathura Road,
(4) Delhi-Alwar Road,
(5) Delhi-hisar –Sulebanki Road,.
(6) Ambala-Kalka Road.
(7) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(8) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(9) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(10) panipat-Rohtak-Bhiwani Road,
(11) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(12) Gurgaon-Delhi Road via Qutab.
(13) Sonepat-rohtak Road
(14) Kharkhauda-Delhi border Road,
(15) Sonepat-Murthal Road
(16) Sonepat-Rathdana Road,
(17) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(18) Sonepat-Gohana Road,
(19) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(20) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(21) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(22) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(23) Ambala-Patiala-Sangrur-Barnala-Bhatinda-Malout-Abohar-Rajasthan Border towards
Hanumangarh Road.
(24) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(25) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(26) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(27) [ *   *    *    *    *  ]
(28) patiala-patran-narwana-Jind road}
(29) Sonepat-Bahalgarh Road starting from Sonepat upto Haryana U.P. Border
(30) Delhi-Jaipur road (Portion falling in Haryana State from Gurgaon to State boundary
with Rajasthan).
(31) New Haryana State Highway direct from mile No. 8 of Ambala-Jagadhri Road to

Panchkula through Haryana Territory.

(32) Jind Gohana Road.
(33) Yamuna nagar Billaspur-Sadhaura-Naraingarh-Raipur Rani-barwala Road
(34) Ambala-Pehowa – Kaithal – Narwana – Uklana – Fatehabad Road
(35) Ambala – Jagadhri Road.
(36) Saharanpur-yumuna nagar-ladwa Pipli-Pehowa-Guhla Road.
(37) Karnal-Kaithal Road.
(38) Kaithal-Deoban-Nikuran-Jind Road (Section Deoban to Nikuran).
(39) Panipat-Assandh-Deoban-Kaithal
(40) Karnal-Assandh Jind-Hansi Road.
(41) Jind-rohtak-Jhahhar-Riwari  road.
(42) Narnaul-Mohindergarh-Dadri-Bhiwani-Hansi-Barwala-Tohana Road.
(43) Hissar-Sewani-Singhni Road.
(44) Bhiwani-Laharu Road.
(45) Hissar-Tosham-Bhiwani Road
(46) Bhadurgarh – Jhajjar – Kosli – Kanina – Mohindergarh Road
(47) Jhajjar – Dadri – Laharu Road.
(48) Bhadurgarh – Badli- Gurgaon – Pali – Ballabgarh Road
(49) Palwal – Sohna – Rewari – Narnaul Road.
(50) Uklana – Hissar Road
(51) Gohana – Meham – Bhiwani Road
(52) Jind – Safidon Road.
(53) Jhajjar-Sampla – Kharkhauda Road
    (54) 1[Gurgaon – Faridabad Road]
    (55) 2[Delhi – Gurgaon (via Dunda-Hera) Road
(56) Kala-Amb- Ambala Road.
(57) Kala-Amb-Sadhaura Shahbad Thol Road.
(58) Jagadhri-Paonta Road.
(59) Kunjpura to Karnal Road
(60) Kaithal to Khanauri upto State Border.
(61) Jind – Barwala – Agroha – Adampur – Bhadra (Upto Rajasthan Border)
(62) Hansi-Tosham Satnali,
(63) Jind-Mundhal – Bhiwani Road.
(64) Rewari – Dahina – Kanina Road
(65) Mohindergarh – Satnali – Loharu.
(66) Gurgaon – Rewari Road via pataudi (Upto Rajasthan Border)
(67) Narnaul – Singhana (Upto State Boundary).
(68) Karnal-Kaur – Peohwa – Patiala
(69) Karnal – Ladwa – Shahbad
(70) Gohana – Safidon  (via Jagsi)
(71) Kaithal-Patiala Road (Upto Haryana Border.)
(72) Shahajahanpur  to Rewari.
(73) Jhajjar – Farukhnagar Chandu Road.
(74) Nizampur – Narnaul
(75) Sewani Jhumpa – Rajgarh
(76) Budhlana – Ratia – Fatehabad – Bhattu – Bhadra
(77) Sardulgarh- Sirsa – Ellenabad
(78) Mile 8 from Saha on Ambala – jagadhri Road to Shahbad
(79) Panipat to Sanauli upto U.P.Border
(80) Faridabad to Dankaur upto U.P.Border.
(81) Dabwali – Chautala ( Upto State  Border).
(82) Pinjore – Nalagarh (Upto State Border)
(83) Panchkula – Morni Road.
(84) Jhajjar – Badli to Delhi Border
(85) Satnali – Bhadra jui-Kairu – Tosham
(86) Dadri – Jhajju Kalan – kadam Satnali
(87) Nizampur – Nangal – Durgu - Nangal Chaudhry
(88) Narnaul – Nangal Chaudhry – badhwal
(89) Hodel – Punhana – Nagina
(90) Hodel – Utwar – Nuh – Taoru – Pataudi – Patauda
(91) Pali – Dhauj – Sohna
(92) Palwal – Hathin – Utwar – Bhadas
(93) Palwal – Mandokoula Nuh Road
(94) Mahrauli – Gurgaon Road of Faridabad
(95) Karnal – Meerut Road (Upto Border)
(96) Approach road from Panipat Sanauli Road to village Kala Amb (Historical Place).

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The Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965

NOTIFICATION

The 26th May, 1965

    No. G.S.R. 105/P.A. 41/63/S. 25/65—With reference to Punjab Government notification No. GSR 8/P.A. 41/63/S.25/65, dated the 22nd January, 1965, and in exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to make the following rules, namely:--

RULES

PART I

1. Short title and commencement
(1) These rules may be called the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated
Development Rules, 1965.
(2) They shall come into force at once

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2. Definitions
In these rules unless the context otherwise requires:-
(a) “Act” means the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated
Development Act, 1963;
(b) “Colony” means an area of land, within a controlled area, which is developed or proposed to
be developed for the purpose of subdividing it into plots for residential, commercial,
industrial or other purposes;
(c) “Coloniser” means an individual, company or association or body of individuals whether
incorporated or not including a Co-operative Society owing or acquiring or agreeing to
own or acquire, whether by purchase or otherwise, land for the purpose of setting up a colony;
(d) “Development Plan” means the final plan notified in the official Gazette under
sub-section (7) of section 5;
(e) “Form” means a form appended to these rules;
(f) “Section” means a section of the Act;
(g) “Sector” means any part of the controlled area indicated as such in the Development Plan;
(h) “Sector Plan” shall mean the Plan as proposed under rule 8 and kept in the office of Director
showing the layout of a sector and in particular defining the main road system and
approximate location of sites for shopping centre, schools and other public buildings and
major open spaces within the sector.

PART II

CONTROL ALONG SCHEDULED ROADS AND BYE PASSES OUTSIDE

THE CONTROLLED AREAS
3. Registration of existing building along Schedule Roads and bye-pass—[Section 3 and 25 (1)]---
(1) The Director shall, as soon as may be cause a survey of all scheduled roads including bye-passes
thereof to be carried out and prepare a liner map on a scale of 200 feet to 1 inch indicating all such
buildings, excavations and means of access to the aforesaid road and bye-passes which were within
100 meters on either-side of the road reservation in the case of bye-pass and within 30 meters on
either side of the road reservation in the case of a Scheduled road.
(2) The Director shall maintain a register Form SRI showing all the buildings, excavations and means of
access to roads indicated in the map prepared under sub-rule (1).
(3) The Director as well as the official conducting the survey referred to in sub rule (1) shall sign each
page of the register maintained under sub-rule (2) in token of correctness of the entries made therein.
(4) The Director shall, on application by any member of public make, available, the map referred to in
sub-rule (1) and the register referred to in sub rule(2), for inspection free of cost.
(5) The Director may after making such enquiries as he considers necessary, amend such map or register,
as the case may be, if it is found to be wrong in any particulars.

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4. Application for permission under section 3[Sections 3, 8 (1) and 25(2) (e)].—
(1) Every person requiring permission of the Director for--
(a) Erection or re-erection of a building which was in existence immediately before the
 commencement of the Act and which involves any structural alteration or addition.
(b) Laying out any means of access to a road; or
(c) Erection or re-erection of a motor fuel-filling station or a sub queue-shelter within 30
meters on either side of a road reservation of a scheduled road, or within 100 meters on
either side of a road reservation of a bye-pass, lying outside a controlled area, shall make
an application to the Director in Form SR 11 accompanied by Plans and documents mentioned
therein.
(2) The site plans mentioned in the application shall be drawn to a scale of not less than
 40 feet to 1 inch and indicate;--
(a) the boundaries of the site;
(b) the outline of the proposed building with outer dimensions mentioning therein the total
area to be covered;
(c) existing building, if any, by distinct notation.
(3) The building plans mentioned in the application shall be drawn to a scale of not less than 1/8
inches to a foot and indicate;--
(a) the plan of all the floors of the building;
(b) elevations in typical sections (only in case of motor fuel- filling stations or bus queue shelter); and
(c) the plinth level with reference to the level of the center line of the scheduled road or bye-pass,
as the case may be.

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5. Principles and conditions under which application under rule 4 may be granted or refused (Sections 3, 8 (1) and 25(2) (f)—
No permission shall be granted on an application submitted under rule 4, unless:-
(a) the erection or re-erection of the building conforms to the building rules contained in Part
VII of these rules;
(b) means of access takes off from an existing road or revenue rasta already adjoining the scheduled
road or conforms to traffic requirements of the scheduled road as determined from time to time
by the Director; and
(c) erection or re-erection of a fuel filling stations or bus-queue-shelter is in accordance with the
designs and specifications laid down by the Director, from time to time.

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6. Information necessary to validate application under rule 4 (Sections 3,8 (1) and 25(2) (e).—
No application under rule 4 shall be considered to be valid unless:-
(i) it is made on the prescribed form and all the necessary information required to be filled in that
form is given: and
(ii) where necessary, it is accompanied by the requisite number of the site plans, building plans
and other documents.
In case of failure to submit the application in the aforesaid manner the application together with the
plans and documents shall be returned to the applicant for resubmission in accordance with the rules.
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7. Form in which other under Section 8(2) is to be passed. [Sections 8(2) and 25(1)]
After an application on the prescribed form containing the requisite information and accompanied by
necessary documents as mentioned in rule 4 is received, the Director shall, after making such inquiry
 as he considers necessary, pass an order under sub-section(2) of Section 8 in Form SR-III. 

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 PART III

PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLANS

8. Contents of Plans of Controlled area (Section 5(1) and 25(2) (e).—
Plans of a controlled area prepared under sub-section 5 shall consist of:-
(i) a map showing existing land use including existing building;
(ii) a map showing:-
(a) areas reserved for major land uses such as residential, industrial, commercial and warehousing;
(b) areas reserved for public and community amenities, such as civic centres and educational,
 recreational and social institutions and major open spaces;
(c) main lines of roads, railways, airports and areas reserved for major public utility services, such
as treatment of water supply, disposal of drainage and electricity and gas installations;
(d) lands reserved for major green rural belts;
(e) special areas of aesthetic, sentimental or historic value which require protection;
(f) lands liable to flooding or subsidence; and
(g) stages in which areas reserved for major land uses and the sectors will be permitted to be
developed having regard to compact and economical development.
Explanation.--
This map may show the above reservations required for the controlled area as a whole and may not
show the above reservations within a    sector for which a sector plan shall be prepared as and
when required;
(iii) A note explaining the proposals illustrated on the map; and
(iv) Zoning regulations containing:-
(a) types of buildings and ancillary and allied uses which may be permitted within a major land
use referred to in clause (ii) (a) above; and
(b) any special or general restrictions applicable to a specific part or parts of the controlled area.

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9. Publications of development plans for inviting objections (Sections 5(4) and 6)—
A copy of the development plan notified by Government under sub section(4) of section 5 shall be sent
by the Director to every local authority within whose limits any land included in the controlled areas is
situated so as to enable it to (make any representation within a period of three months it may like) to
make with respect to the plan.

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10. Publication of final development plans [Sections 5(7) and 25(2) (b)]—
The development plan as notified by the Government under sub-section (7) of Section 5 shall in addition
to its publication in the official gazette be published by displaying copy thereof at a conspicuous place
at the office of the--
(i) Director;
(ii) Estate Officer, if any, having jurisdiction in the controlled area;
(iii) Deputy Commissioner of the district in which the controlled area is situated; and
(iv) Panchayat Samiti or Samitis in which the controlled area is situated.
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PART IV

DEVELOPMENT OF COLONIES IN CONTROLLED AREAS

11. Application for permission under Section 7 in case of colonizer [Section 8 and 25(2)] (e)—
(1) Every colonizer intending to change the existing use of the land in a controlled area for the purpose of
setting up a colony by sub dividing and developing the said land into building plots for residential,
industrial, commercial or other purpose shall make an application in writing to the Director in Form
CL-1, accompanies by the following plans and documents in triplicate:-
(i) Copy or copies of all title deeds and/or other documents showing the interest of the colonizer
in the land under the proposed colony alongwith a list of such deed and or other documents.
(ii) A copy of the Shajra plan showing the location of the colony alongwith the name of the revenue
estate, Khasra number of each field and the area of each field.
(iii) A guide map on a scale of not less than 6” to a miles showing the   location of the colony in
relation to surrounding geographical features to enable the identification of the land.
(iv) A survey plan of the land under the colony on a scale of 1” to one hundred feet showing the spot levels at a distance of 100 feet and where, contour plans. The survey will also show the boundaries and dimension of the said land, the location of streets, buildings and premises within a distance of at least 100 feet of the said land and existing means of access to it from existing roads.]
(v) Layout plan of the colony on a scale of 1” to one hundred feet, showing the existing and proposed means of access to the colony, the width of streets, sizes and types of plots, sites reserved for open spaces community buildings and schools with area under each and proposed  building lines on the front and sides of plots.
(vi) An explanatory note explaining the salient features of the proposed colony, in a particular the
source of water supply, arrangement for disposal and treatment of storm and sullage water and
sites for disposal and treatment of storm and sullage water,
(vii) Plans showing the cross-sections of the proposed roads showing in particular width of the
proposed carriageways, cycle tracts and footpaths green verges, position of electric pole and
or any other works connected with such roads.
(viii) Plans as required under clause (vii) indicating, in addition, the position of sewers, storm water
channels, water, supply and any other public health services.
(ix) Detailed specifications and design of road work under clause viii above estimated costs thereset 
(x) Detailed specification and design of sewerage, storm water and water supply schemes with
 estimated costs of each
(xi) Detailed specifications and designs for disposal and treatment of storm and sullage water
and estimated costs of works
(2) The triplicate plans mentioned in sub rule (1) shall be clear and legible A0 prints, with one set
mounted on cloth.
(3) Where a colonizer, before submitting an application under sub-rule (1), wants to ascertain if the proposed
change in the use of land in the controlled area for the purpose of setting up a colony, is in conformity with
the development plan and the lay-out of the sector plans, and that such land provides for satisfactory
arrangements for disposal and treatment of sewage and storm water and does not conflict with any programme
of acquisition of land and its development to be undertaken by the Director, he may submit to the Director a
preliminary application giving information only in respect of clause (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi) of sub-rule (1).  
On receipt of the preliminary application, the Director shall after making such enquiry as he considers
necessary, intimate to the applicant the information on the above points.

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12. Percentage of area under roads and open spaces in the lay-out plans [(Section 25(2) (f)].—
In the layout plan of the colony, the land reserved for roads, open spaces, schools, public and community
building and other common use shall not be less than forty-five per centum of the gross area of the land
under the colony; provided that the Director may reduced this percentage to a figure not below thirty five
where in his opinion the planning requirements and the size of the colony so justify.

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13. Development works to be provided in the colony.[(Section 25(2) (f]).
The designs and specifications of the development works to be provided in a colony shall include--
(i) metalling of roads and paving footpaths;
(ii) turfing and plantation with trees of open spaces;
(iii) street lighting;
(iv) adequate and wholesome water-supply;
(v) sewers and drains both for storm and sullage water and necessary provision for their treatment
and disposal; and
(vi) any other works that the Director may think necessary in the interest of proper development
of the colony.

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14. Conformity of layout plans with the Development Plan [Section 25(2)].
The plans and documents mentioned in rule 11 to be submitted alongwith the application shall conform
to the provisions, restrictions and conditions laid in the Development Plan.

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15. Preparation of layout on payment of fees [Section 25(1)].—
A colonizer intending to make an application under rule 11 may request that any or all the plans and
documents referred to in clauses (iv) to (xi) of sub-rule (1) of rule 11 may be got prepared for him by
the Director on payment of such fees as may be assessed by the Director.

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16. Information necessary to validate application under rule 11 [Section 3(f) and 25(2].—

No application under rule 11 shall be considered to be valid until plans and documents required
by sub-rule (1) of that rule have been furnished to the satisfaction of the Director. In case of failure
of such compliance, the application together with the plans and documents shall be returned to the
colonizer for resubmission in accordance with the rules.

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  1[16-A.] Earnest Money.—
  (1) Before proceeding under rule 17 or rule 18, the Director shall, by order in writing, require the colonizer to furnish, within a period of thirty days from the date of service of such order, an earnest money at the rate of (one rupee) per square yard calculated for the gross area of the land under the proposed colony in the form of a demand draft in favour of the Director and drawn on any Scheduled Bank at Chandigarh.

Provided that the Director may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, extend such time by a period not
exceeding thirty days.

  (2) If the colonizer fails to furnish the earnest money as provided in sub-rule (1), the Director shall reject
his application]

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17. Rejection of application [Sections 8(2) and 25(2)] (b).
On receipt of an application under rule 11, the Director shall, after making such inquiry, as he considers
necessary and after giving reasonable opportunity of being heard to the applicant by an order in writing
refuse to grant permission, if--
(a) it does not conform to the requirements of rules 12, 13 and 14;
(b) he is satisfied that the plans and designs of the development works submitted with application
are not technically sound and workable; or
(c) he is satisfied that the estimated expenditure on water supply mains or extramural and outfall
sewer at the stage of the development of that part of the controlled area is incommensurate with
the size of the colony.

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18. Applicant to be called upon to fulfill certain conditions. (Sections 8(2) and 25(2) (f).—
(1) If, after scrutiny of the plans and other necessary enquiry which the Director may deem fit, he is satisfied
that the application is fit for the grant of permission, he shall, before granting permission, call upon the
colonizer to fulfill the conditions laid down in rule 19 within a period of thirty days from the date of notice
given go him under a registered cover.
(2) If the colonizer fails to fulfill these conditions within the period specified in sub rule (1), the permission
shall be refused.

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19. Conditions required to be to fulfilled by colonizer (Section 8(3) and 25(2)(f).-  
The colonizer shall-
(a) furnish to the Director a bank guarantee equal to 25 per centum of the estimated cost of the
development of any one or more of the works as mentioned in rule 13, which the colonizer
wishes to undertake first, as certified by the Director and he shall enter into agreement in Form
CLU-II for carrying out and completion of development works in accordance with the permission
finally granted, provided that the colonizer shall undertake any such development work only after
the permission for such a work has been given by the Director after the colonizer has furnished
a bank guarantee equal to twenty five percent of the estimated cost of said development work/works.
(b) 2(……)
(c) undertake to pay proportionate development charges as and when required and as determined by the Director in respect of laying out and construction of main lines of roads, drainage, sewerage, water-supply and electricity, if any when so laid by the Government or any other local authority;
(d) undertake to be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all roads, open spaces, public parks and public health services for a period of five years from the date of issue of the completion certificate under rule 22 unless earlier relieved of this responsibility by the Government or a local authority, as the case may be, and there upon to transfer all such roads, open spaces, public parks and public health services free of costs to the Government or the local authority, as the case may be;
(e) undertake to construct at his own cost or get constructed by any other institution or individual at its own cost, schools, hospitals, community centres and other community building on the land set apart for this purpose or undertake to transfer to the State Government at any time it may desire free of costs the land set apart for schools, hospitals, community buildings, in which case the Government shall at liberty to transfer such land to any person or institution including a local authority on such terms and conditions as it may deem fit, and
(f) undertake to permit the Director or any other officer authorized by him in this behalf to inspect the execution of the layout and the development works in the colony and to carry out all directions issued by him for ensuring due compliance of the execution of layout and development works in accordance to the permission granted.

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20. Grant of permission and form of order of grant or refusal to grant permission [Sections 8(2) and 25(1)].---
After the colonizer has fulfilled all the conditions laid down in rule 19 to the satisfaction of the Director, the Director shall grant the permission. Every order passed under sub section (2) of Section 8 on an application submitted under rule 11 shall be in Form CL-III.

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21. Duration of sanction [Section 8(2) and 25(2)(f)]—
(1) The permission granted under rule 20 shall remain valid for a period of three years from the date of order during which period all works in connection with the laying out and development of colony shall be completed and a certificate of completion obtained from the Director as provided in rule 22: Provided that permission may be renewed upto further period of two years if the Director is satisfied that the delay in execution of layout and development works was for reasons beyond the control of the colonizer: [Provided further that if the permission granted under rule 20 is based on the colonizer’s furnishing guarantee for one development work, or more one development work separately, the permission granted for rule work or works shall remain valid for a period of one year from the date of order, during which period such work/works shall be completed and a certificate to that effect obtained from the Director.]
(2) The colonizer shall commence the laying out of the colony and development works within three months of
the issue of order under sub-rule (1) of rule 20.

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22. Completion certificate [Sections 25(1)(2)(f)]
(1) After the colony has been laid out according to the approved layout plans and development works have been executed according to the designs and specifications as approved in the order granting permission, the colonizer shall make an application to the Director in Form CL-IV.
(2) After such scrutiny, as may be necessary, the Director may issue a completion certificate in Form CL-V or
refuse to issue such certificate stating the reasons for such refusal.

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23. Transfer of sanction [Section 25(2) (f)].—
The colonizer shall not be entitled to transfer the permission granted to him under sub-rule (1) of rule 20
to any other person or persons without the prior permission in writing of the Director.

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24. Revocation of permission [Section 25(2) (f)].—
(1) Should the Director determine at any time that the execution of the layout plans and the construction of other work is not proceeding according to the permission granted under sub-rule (1) of rule 20 or is below specifications or is in violation of any provision of these rules or of any law or rules for the time being in force, he shall by a notice in form CL-VI notify the colonizer, to whom permission was granted, requiring to remove the various defects within the time specified in the notice.
(2) Should the colonizer fail to comply with the requirements detailed in the notice issued under sub rule (1), the Director shall issue him a further notice in Form CL-VII to afford him an opportunity to show cause why the permission granted should not be revoked.
(3) After hearing the colonizer or considering such representation as he may make, the Director may either revoke the permission or may grant him further time for complying, with the requirements of the notice issued under sub rule (1). If, however, the colonizer does not comply with the said requirements within such extend period, the Director shall revoke the permission.
(4) On the revocation of the permission no further works shall be undertaken or carried out by the colonizer
unless fresh, permission has been obtained.
(5) After revocation of the permission, the Director may himself carry out of cause to be carried out the development works in the colony and recover such charges as he may incur on the said development works  from the earnest money deposited by the colonizer and the bank guarantee furnished by him under rule 19.

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  1[25. Refund of Earnest money [Section 25(2) (f)]. --
Such charges as may be determined by the Director for the scrutiny of the plans, estimates and works in respect of colony shall be deducted from the earnest money deposited by a colonizer under rule 16-A and the balance, if any, shall be refunded to him within six months of the rejection under rule 17 or grant of permission under rule 20.]

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26. Release of Bank Guarantee [Section 25(2) (f)]. --
After the  layout and development works or part thereof in respect of the colony or part thereof have been completed and a completion certificate in respect thereof issued, the  Director may, on an application in this behalf from the colonizer, release within a period of six months of the date of the application, the bank guarantee or part thereof, as the case may be, after adjusting the expenditure, if any, incurred as provided under Rule 24 (50 : provided that if the completion of the colony is taken in part only the part of the bank guarantee corresponding to the part of the  colony completed shall be released: and provided further that always 1/5th bank guarantee shall be kept unreleased to ensure upkeep and maintenance of the  colony or the part thereof, as the case may be for a period of 5 years from the date of issue of the completion certificate under rule 22 or earlier till such time as  the colonizer is earlier relieved  of the responsibilities in this behalf by the Government or a local authority, as the case may be.

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PART IV – A

CHANGE OF LAND USE IN CONTROLLED AREAS

26-A. Application for permission under Section 7 in case of a person other than colonizer. –
Every person other than colonizer intending to change the existing use of the land in a controlled area for the purpose of developing the said land into buildings for residential, industrial, commercial or other purposes shall make an application in writing to the Director in Form CLU-I, accompanied by.
1) a survey plan of the land on scale of 1” to forty feet showing the existing means of access to the land for the nearest public road and building and their nature falling within 100 yards of the said land on its four sides; and
2) a copy of the deed showing the title of the application to the said land.

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26-B. Information necessary to validate application under  rule 26-A.--
No application under rule 26-A shall considered to be valid until a plan and a copy of the deed required by rule 26-A have been furnished to the satisfaction of the Director. In case of failure of such compliance, the application together with the plan and copy of the deed shall be returned to the applicant for resubmission in accordance with these rules.

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26.C. Applicant to be called upon to fulfill certain conditions. --
(1) if, after scrutiny of the plan and other necessary enquiry which the Director may deed fit, he is satisfied that the application is fit for the grant of permission, he shall before granting permissions, call upon the applicant to fulfill the conditions laid down in rule 26-D within a period of thirty days from the date of notice given to him under a registered cover.
(2) If the applicant fails to fulfill these conditions within the period specified in sub-rule (1), the permission
shall be refused.

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26-D. Conditions required to be fulfilled by the applicant.-
The applicant shall -
(a) furnish to the Director a bond guarantee in the { amount equal to twenty five percent} of proportionate estimated cost of the development works as certified by the Director and enter into an agreement in Form CL-II for fulfilling the conditions contained herein in accordance with the permission finally granted.
(b) Undertake to pay proportionate development charges which shall be a first charge of the said land as and when required and as determined by the Director in respect of external development  works which may be carried out in the area for the benefit of the said land.
(c) Undertake to be responsible for making arrangement for the disposal of affluent to the
satisfaction of the Director.
(d) Undertake to get the plan approved from the Director before commencing any construction
on the said land.
(e) Undertake not to sell the said land or portion thereof unless the said land has been put to use
permitted by the Director and to use the said land only for the purposes permitted by the Director; and
(f) Undertake to start construction on the said land within a period of six months and complete the construction within a period of (two years) from the date of issue of order permitting the change of land use:
    1[ Provided that  where the existing use of the land in a Controlled Area is to be changed for the purpose of developing the said land into buildings for industrial purposes, no bank guarantee referred to change (a) shall be required to be furnished and in such a case paragraph 3 of the agreement in Form CLU-II shall not apply.]

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26-E. Grant of permission and form of order of grant or refusal to grant permissions.-
if the applicant has fulfilled all the conditions laid down in rule 26-D to the satisfaction of the Director, the Director shall grant the permission. Every order passed under sub-section (2) of section 8 on an application submitted under rule 26-A shall be in form CLU-III.

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26-F. Duration of sanction. –
(1) The permission granted under rule 26-E shall remain valid [for a period of two years from the ate of order}
during which period all works for putting the said land to the permitted use shall be completed:
(2) 5[Provided that if the owner makes an application in writing for further renewal of the change of land use permissions and if the Director is satisfied that the delay in execution of works was for reasons beyond the control of the applicant, such permission may be further renewed maximum upto a period of one year on payment of 10% conversion charges applicable as on date in the form of a demand draft in favour of the Director.

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PART V

     

LAYING OUT MEANS OF ACCESS TO A ROAD WITHIN CONTROLLED AREA

27. Application for permission under section 8 for lying out means of access to a road in a controlled area [Section 3,8, and 25 (2) (e)] . --
  (1)

Every person requiring permission of the Director for laying out means of the access to a road within a controlled area shall submit an application in Form AC-I.

(2) The site  plan mentioned in Form AC-1 shall be drawn to a scale of not less than 1” to 40’ and indicate:-
(i) the name of the road to which access is desired indicating the number of milestone or furlong stone,
(ii) the details of the proposed junction.
(3) The cross-section of the proposed access shall be drawn to a scale 1” to 1’ and shall show all elements
constituting the road e.g. the metalled portion, footpaths, position of electric poles, green verges, etc.

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28. Restriction governing the grant of permission for laying out means of access in a controlled area [Sections 3,8 (1) and 25 (2) (f)]. --
No permission for application made under rule 27 shall be granted, unless-
(a) the proposed means of access  are in conformity with the provisions of the development plan, and
(b) the applicant  undertakes to construct the proposed access in the manner specified in the order granting permission

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29. Information necessary to validate application under rule. 27 [Sections 3, 8 and 25 (2) (e)]. –
No application under rule 27 shall be considered to be valid unless it is made on the prescribed form and is accompanied by the requisite number of plan and documents required to be furnished along with the application. In case of failure of such compliance, the application together with the plans and documents shall be returned to the applicant for submission in accordance with the rules.

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30. Form in which Order under Section 8 (2) is to be passed [Sections 8 (2) and 25 (f)]:-.
After an application of the prescribed form containing the requisite information and accompanied by necessary, documents as mentioned in rule 27 is received, the Director shall, after making such inquiry as he considers necessary, pass an order under sub-section (2) of section 8 in Form AC-II.
     

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31. Duration of permission [Sections 8 (2) and 25 (2) (e)]. –
Every permissions granted under rule 30 shall remain in force for a period of one year and if the means of access are not laid out within the aforesaid period according to the conditions attached with the order granting permission, the permission shall be deemed to have lapsed and in that case fresh permission will be necessary.
     

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PART VI

LICENSING OF BRICK-KILN WITHIN CONTROLLED AREAS

32. Application for licence under section 8 for setting up a brick kiln or brick field [sections 8 and 25 (2) (e)}.
Any person intending to use land within a controlled area for purpose of a charcoal-kiln, pottery-kiln, lime-kiln, brick-kiln or brick-field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar or for other similar extractive and ancillary operation shall make an application in writing to the Director in Form BK-I accompanied by the following plans and documents in triplicate:-
A guide map on scale of not less than 6” to a mile showing the location of the site in relation
 to the main geographical features to  enable its identifications within the controlled area, and
(a)   a site plan on a scale of not less than 1” to 40” showing thereon-
(b)   the boundaries of the site proposed to be used for the aforesaid purpose;
(c)   the portion of the site which is to be excavated;
(d)   portion of the site in which kiln or machinery  is to be installed; and
(e)   cross section through the portion of the site proposed for excavation showing,-
         (i) existing levels;
         (ii) and the average levels to which it is to be excavated

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33. Information necessary to validate application under rule 32 [Section 8 and 25 (2)(e)]. –
No application under rule 32 shall be considered to be valid unless it is made on the prescribed form and accompanied by the requisite number of plans and documents required to be furnished alongwith the application . Incase of failure of such compliance, the application together with the plans and documents shall be returned to the applicant for resubmission in accordance with the rules.

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34. Restriction governing the grant of licenses {Section 8 and 25 (1) } . –
No licence under rule 32 shall be granted unless-
(a) the land is situated within an area indicated for the purpose for which the licence is sought in the development plan;
(b) the portion of the land earmarked for excavation does not  exceed  50 per cent of the land sought to be licensed:
(c) proposed excavation does not exceed the depth of five feet; and
(d) no permanent  buildings are proposed to be constructed on the land

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35. Form in which licence under Section 8 (2) is to be given [Section 8 (1) and 25 (2) (f)].
After an application on the prescribed form containing the requisite information and accompanied by necessary documents as mentioned in rule 32 is received the Director shall, after making such inquiry as he considers necessary; grant a licence in Form BK-II or refuse to grant the same.

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36. Duration of licence [Section 8 (1) and 25 (2) (f)].-
Every licence issued under rule 35 shall remain valid for [{three calendar years} or a part there of ] as the case may be, and will be renewable annually; Provided that if at any time or at the time of the renewal, any extension of land for the required purpose is necessary, the applicant shall make a fresh application for the same as required under rule 32:Provided further that no fresh licence shall be necessary in case of extension and necessary amendment shall be made in the license already issued.

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37. Fees for licence [Section 7 and (2) (d)] . –
Fees for every issue or renewal of a licence under rule 35 shall be {one thousand five hundred rupees}.

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PART VII

BUILDING RULES

SECTION 1 – INTRODUCTORY

38. Definitions [Sections 8 (2) and 25(1)].
   

In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires:-

(i) “abut” a building shall be said to abut on a street when the outer face  of any of its external
walls is on the street boundary;
(ii) “Applicant” shall mean a person who gives notice to the Director of his intention to erect or
re-erect a building and shall include his legal representatives
(iii) 3[“architect/engineer”] shall mean a person holding any of the qualifications  laid down in Schedule1 to
 these rules, whether employed for preparation of plans or for supervision  of construction
or for both;
(iv) “architectural Control Sheets” shall mean sheet of drawing with directions signed by the
Director and kept in his office showing the measure of architectural control as prepared
under rule 50;
(v) “balcony’ shall mean a cantilevered horizontal projection from the wall of a building not
supported from the ground having a balustrade or railing and intended for human use;
(vi) “Barsati” shall mean a roofed structure above the roof of a building used as shelter
during the  rains;
(vii) “base” applied to all or a column, shall mean the underside of that part of the wall or of
the column which immediately rests upon the footing or foundation or upon any bressummer
or other structure by which wall or column is carried;
(viii) “basement storey” shall means the storey which is next below the ground storey or which
is in any part more than half of its height before the mean level of the street or ground
adjoining the building;
(ix) “basesummer” shall mean a beam or a girder which  carries a wall;
(x) 1[“building  line” shall means a fixed line, if any, specified for a site beyond which no building
within that site other than a compound  wall shall project;]
(xi) ‘class of building” shall mean a building in one of the following four categories:-
(a)   residential building
(b)   commercial building;
(c)   warehouse and industrial building; and
(d)   public building;
(xii) “commercial building” shall  mean a building used or constructed  or adapted to be used
wholly or partially for shops, offices, banks or other similar purposes but shall not include
industries and motor garages;
(xiii) “courtyard” shall mean an area open to the sky but within the boundary of a plot, which is
enclosed or partially enclosed by buildings boundary walls or railings. It may be at ground
floor level or any other level within or adjacent to a building;
(xiv) ‘external wall” shall mean a outer wall or vertical enclosure of any building not being a party
wall even though adjoining to a wall of another building and shall not include a wall abutting
on an interior  open space of any building but shall not include an outer varandah wall;
(xv) “Factory” has the same meaning as in the Factories Act, 1948 (Act LXIII of 1948);
(xvi) “front” as applied to a building shall mean generally the portion facing the street from which
it has access and in case of doubt as determined  by the Director;
(xvii) “gallery” shall mean a raised floor constructed within the height of the single storey;
(xviii) "garage” shall mean a building or portion thereof used or intended to be used for shelter,
storage or repair of a wheeled vehicle;
(xix) “ground floor” shall mean the  storey which has its floor surface nearest to the ground
around the building;
(xx) “habitable room” shall mean a room constructed or adapted to be used by some person either as a living room in which a part of the day is spent or a room in which some person may pass the night and shall include a kitchen but shall not include a bath room, water – closet or store room;
(xxi) ‘height” as applied to a building shall mean the vertical measurement of the building measured from the finished level of the center of the street where such street exists of from the mean level of the ground adjoining the outside of the external walls to half the height of the roof in the case of sloping roofs and to the highest level of the building in case of buildings with flat roof excluding, the projected portions of mamties, flues, ducts, minarets and parapets not exceeding three feet six inches in height. Height as applied to a room shall mean the vertical measurement from the upper surface of the floor to the under surface of the ceiling of the same room joint and beams being allowed to project beneath the ceiling; and in case of sloping ceiling; the height shall be the mean height of any such room;
1[(xxi-a) "apparel industries" means the industrial units primarily engaged in the design, cutting and sewing of garments from fabrics, processed leather and its variant;
(xxi-b) "bio-technology industry" means the industrial units primarily engaged in research in micro-organisms and its software developments. No hardware manufacturing unit of pharmaceutical industry will be included;
(xxi-c) "footwear manufacturing industry" means the industrial units primarily engaged in the design, cutting, assembly and manufacturing of footwear from finished leather, fabric, rubber and their variants and shall include other similar products such as belts, purses, bags, suit-cases, brief cases etc. but shall not include the processing the tanning of leather and its variants;]
(xxii) “mamti” shall means a small structure erected  on the roof of a building at the head of a staircase
 to protect such staircase from weather;
(xxiii) ‘material change of use’ shall mean a change from one class building to another;
(xxiv) “mezzanine floor” shall mean a gallery, balcony, or loft or an inter floor, not so constructed as to
be capable of used for living or sleeping erected between the floor and the ceiling of any storey
not less than  sixteen feet in height;
(xxv) “ varandah” shall mean a verandah of which a minimum of 50 per cent of the outside face is open;
2[(xxv-a) "non-nuisance professional consultancy services" shall include Doctors (without nursing home), Lawyers, Tax Consultants, Architects (without studio), Contractor Consultants, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Property Consultants and Tourist Guides;]
(xxvi) “party wall” shall mean a common wall partly  constructed  on one plot of  land and partly on an
adjoining plot and serving both structurally;
(xxvii) “plinth level” shall mean the level of the ground  floor of building;
(xxviii) “plinth height” shall mean the level of the ground floor above the street level measured from the
level of the center of adjoing street;
(xxix) “premises” shall mean messuages, buildings, lands easements and hereditaments of any tenure;
(xxx) “public building” shall mean a building used or constructed or adapted to be used; either ordinarily or occasionally as a place of public worship or as a hospital, college, school, hotel, restaurant, theatre, public hall, public concert room, public lecture room, public exhibition or as a public place of assembly or entertainment for person admitted thereto by tickets or occasionally for any similar public purpose;
(xxxi) “public sewer” shall mean a sewer constructed by Government or a local authority or a coloniser;
(xxxii) “rain water  pipe”  shall mean a pipe or drain situated wholly above ground and used or constructed to be used solely for carrying off rain water directly from roof  surfaces;
(xxxiii) “rear” as applied to a building shall mean that portion which is on the opposite side of the  “front”;
(xxxiv) “residential building” shall mean a building used or constructed or adapted to be used wholly or partially for human habitation and includes all garages, stables and other out- buildings appurtenant thereto;
(xxxv) “special areas” shall mean the areas shown as such on the zoning plans in which Architectural
Control Sheets shall apply;
(xxxvi) “storey” shall mean any horizontal division of a building so constructed  as to be capable of use
a living  apartment, although such horizontal division may not extend over the whole depth or
width of the  building, but shall not include mezzanine floor;
(xxxvii) “street” shall mean any road, footway, square court, alley or passage accessible whether permanently or temporarily to the public and whether a thoroughfare or not and shall include every vacant space notwithstanding that it may be private property and party or wholly obstructed by any gate, post, chain or other barrier whether of houses, shops or other building abutting thereon, which is used by any person as means of access to or from any public place or thoroughfare, whether such persons be occupiers of such buildings or not, but shall not include any part of such space which the occupier of any such building has a right a all hours to prevent all other persons form using a aforesaid; and it shall include also the drains or gutters therein, or on either side and the land, whether covered or not by any pavement, verandah of other erection, up to the boundary of any abutting property not accessible to the public;
2[(xxxvii-a) "Structural Engineer" shall be a person who is a graduate in Civil Engineering of a recognised Indian or Foreign University or corporate member of Civil Engineering Division of the Institute of Engineers of Indian or equivalent Institute with a minimum of three years experience in structural engineering practice in designing structures and field work and/or registered as such with the authority and/or registered as such wit the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), employed for preparation of the structural design for residential and commercial buildings upto three storeys or 11 meters height. However, only the Structural Engineer possessing post graduate qualification in structural engineering along with a minimum of three years experience in the design of multi storey and specialized structure, and/or registered as such with the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), shall be employed to undertake and submit the structural design of buildings other than residential and commercial buildings upto three storeys or 11 metes height, as per the requirements of the relevant Form BRV(A1) or BRV (A2).]
(xxxviii) “sub-soil drain” shall mean a drain used or constructed to be used solely for conveying to any
sewer (either directly or through another drain) any water that may percolate, through the subsoil;
(xxxix) “temporary building” shall mean a building built of unburnt bricks,, burnt bricks without mortar, corrugated iron, bamboo, thatch, wood boarding or plywood but shall not include a building built of burnt bricks, cement blocks or stones laid in mortar;
(xl) “topmost story” shall mean the uppermost storey in a building whether constructed wholly or partly in the roof or not and whether used or constructed or adapter for human habitation or not, but shall not include a barasati or a mamti;
(xli) “warehouse and industrial building” shall include a factory, a workshop  or a motor garage;
    (xlii) “Zoning plan” shall mean the detailed layout plan of the sector or a part thereof maintained in the office of the Director showing the sub division of plots, open spaces, streets, position of protected trees and other features and in respect of each plot, permitted land use, building lines and restrictions with regard to use and development of each plot in addition to those laid down in the building rules
    (xxxi a) "apparel industries" means the industrial units primarily engaged in the design, cutting and sewing of garments from fabrics, processed leather and its variants;
(xxxii b) "bio-technology industry" means the industrial units primarily engaged in research in micro-organisms and its software developments. No hardware manufacturing unit of pharmaceutical industry will be included;and
(xxxiii c) "footwear manufacturing industry" means the industrial units primarily engaged in the design, cutting, assembly and manufacturing of footwear from finished leather, fabric, rubber and their variants and shall include other similar products such as belts, purses, bags, suit-cases, briefcases etc. but shall not include the processing and tanning of leather and its variants.

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SECTION 2

Procedure for submission of Building Applications and Execution of Works

1[39. Application for erection or  re-erection of building [Sections 8 and 25 (2)(c)]. --
(1) Any person intending to erect or re-erect any building an a controlled area, shall make an application
in writing to the Director in Form BR-I accompanied by the following documents:-
(a) a site plan as required by rule 40,
2[(b) a building plan or plans alongwith an un-editable Compact Disc/DVD or any other electronic medium permissible by Director from time to time containing the drawings as required by  rule 41,]
(c) Details of specifications of the work to be executed in Form BR-II.
(d) structural drawings (for record),
(e) fire safety design as required under National Building Code,
(f) Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning (H.V.A.C.) service plan wherever required,
(g) Certificate of conformity to regulation and structural safety for the relevant buildings (depending upon type and height) in the relevant Form BR-V (A1) or (BR-V(A2),
(h) A demand draft in favour of Director, Town and Country Planning  Haryana, Chandigarh or
the person authorized by him drawn on any scheduled bank on account of scrutiny fee at
the rate of Rs. Ten per square meter of the covered area achieved.
(2) Every person giving notice under sub-rule (1) shall appoint an architect for the drawing up of plans and for the supervision of erection and re-erection of the building. The supervision of erection or re-erection of residential and commercial buildings upto three storeys or 11 metres height may be undertaken by the architect and/or the engineer. However, in case of buildings other than residential and commercial buildings upto three storeys or 11 metres height, the supervision shall be undertaken both by the architect and the Engineer.
(3) The application plans and specifications shall be signed by the applicant and the architect, Structural Engineer and proof consultant, as required in the relevant forms and documents. In case where the supervising architect different from the one who has prepared the designs, the plan shall be signed by both of them.

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40. Site Plan [Sections 8 and 25 (2) (c)].
1[(1) The site plan shall be drawn to a scale of  not less than:-
(a) 1:200 for sites upto 1000 square meter;
(b) 1:400 for sites above 1000 and under 4500 square meter;
(c) 1:800 for sites of 4500 square meter and above.]
(2) The site plan shall be prepared with sufficient accuracy to enable the site to be identified and shall be submitted on distinct print triplicate two of which shall be mounted on cloth. One mounted copy shall be returned to the applicant with the words “Rejected” or “sanctioned” as the case may be, written on it. The site plan shall be fully dimensioned and shall show:-
(a) the boundaries of the site;
(b) the direction of the North point;
(c) the street of roads adjoining the site with their width clearly dimensioned and with names, if any, of all existing roadside trees, lamp posts, or other features or structures likely to affect the approach to the buildings;
(d) surrounding buildings in outline up to a distance  of 50 feet from the boundaries of the site;
(e) buildings or structures on or over or under the site or projecting beyond it in outline including
proposed building to be shown distinctly;
(f) dimensions of open spaces at the rear, side or front;
(g) the area and proportion of the site to be covered by building;
(h) the levels of the site and of the plinth of the buildings in relation to those of the neighbouring streets, also the level of all courtyards and open spaces in relation to the bed levels of the existing drains and sewers in the street or streets into which the building or site is to be drained; and
(i) method of disposal of waste water, sewage and storm water.

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41. Building Plan.--
The building or plans shall be drawn to a scale of not less than 2[1:50 for sites upto 1000 square meter; 1:100 for sites above 1000 square meter;  but less than 2000 square meter; and, 1:200 for sites above 2000 square meter] and shall be submitted on distinct prints in triplicate two of which shall be mounted on cloth. One mounted copy shall be returned to the applicant with the words “Rejected” or “Sanctioned”, as the case may be, written on it, It shall show-
(a) the plan of all the floors and elevation and cross-sections as under:-
(i)   in the case of buildings in a row, two elevations and one typical cross-section and
(ii)  in the case of other buildings two cross-sections and elevations on four sides;
(b) the plinth level of the building with reference to the level at the center of the street or streets
on which  the proposed building is to abut or front;
(c) the size  of the doors, windows, openings and other methods of ventilation of each room;
(d) in the case of proposed additions and alterations to an existing building all new works on the
plan  by an indelible distinctive colour and a key to the colours used;
(e) the proposed method of draining it, including the position, forms and dimensions of all privies,
urinals, drains and the method of disposal of sewage, sullage and storm water in full detail.

Note.- In case  of large of buildings various blocks of the  building may be drawn in separate sheets.

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42. Type plans [Sections 8 and 25 (2)(c)] . –
Incase of applicant wishes to follow a type design of buildings approved by the government he may obtain them from the Directors at a fee fixed by the Government. These building plans along with relative site plan shall nevertheless be submitted as required by rule 39.

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43. Information necessary to validate application [Sections 8 and 25 (20(c)]. –
No application under rule 39 shall be considered to be valid, unless it is made on the prescribed form and is accompanied by the requisite number of plans and documents required to be furnished along with the application. In case of failure of such compliance, the application together with plans shall be returned to the applicant for resubmission in accordance with the rules.

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44. Permission to erect or re-erect { Section 8920 and 25 (2) (f) }. –
After as application in the prescribed form containing the required information and accompanied by necessary documents as mentioned in rule 39 is received, the Director shall, after making such inquiry as he considers necessary, pass on order under sub-section (2) of section 8 in Form BR-III.

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45. Validity of sanctioned plans [Sections 8 and 25 (2) (f)]. --
If a building is not completed within two years of the date of permission, the permission will be deemed to have lapsed with respect to that portion of the building which has not been completed. In regard to the incomplete portion a fresh application shall be submitted in accordance with rule 39: 1[along with a set of sanctioned plans and prescribed scrutiny fee.]

2[Provided that multi-storeyed buildings (more than four storeyed or fifteen metres in height as the case may be ) may be completed with five years of the date of permission or as may be specified by the Director, whichever is less.]

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46. Notice of commencement of work [Sections 8 (2) and 25 92) (f) ].-
A person who has been given permission under rule 44 and intends to commence his erection or re-erection shall give to the Director or to any person authorized by him in this behalf, not less than week’s notice in writing of the date and time at which the erection or re-erection of the building will commence.

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47. Completion of building { Section 8(2) and 25 92) (f) }. --
(1) No person shall occupy or allow any other person to occupy any new building or part of a new building or part of a new building for any purpose whatsoever until such building or part thereof has been certified by the Director or by any person authorised by him in this behalf as having been completed in accordance with the permission granted and an occupation certificate has been issued in his favour in Form BR-VI.
1[(2) Every person who intends to occupy such  a building  or part  thereof shall apply for the occupation certificate in Form BR-VI (A) or, Form BR-IV (B) alongwith a set of approved plans, which shall be accompanied by certificates in relevant Form BR-V(1) or BR-V(2), duly signed by the architect and/or the engineer.]
2[(2a) On the completion of the building, the owner who had applied under rule 39(1A), shall submit an application for grant of occupation certificate on Form BRS-IV and alongwith completion drawings, certificate on Form BRS-II from Architect/Engineer, Affidavits as mentioned in Form BRS-II, Completion Certificate on Form BRS-IV and alongwith the following documents,
(i) Detail of compoundable violations from the approved building plans, if any in he building, jointly signed by the owner, Architect and Engineer, alongwith demand draft of the due payment for composition charges of such violations at the rates determined by the Director shall be submitted alongwith form BRS-III.
(ii) Both the Owner and Architect shall give an affidavit that no provision of Punjab Schedule Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963, (Punjab Act No. 41 of 1963) and rules framed there under has been violated excluding compoundable violations.
(iii) Photographs of front, side, rear set backs, front and rear elevation of the building shall be submitted alongwith photographs of essential areas like cut outs and shafts from the roof top. An uneditable compact disc/DVD containing all photographs shall also be submitted.
 2(b)

(i)

The competent authority shall issue an occupation certificate in form BRS-V within ten working days of receipt of the form BRS-III duly complete in al respect and accompanied with the required completion drawings forms and affidavits. The occupation certificates shall be issued provided that the documents submitted alongwith form BRS-IV are in order, . Violations, if found at any subsequent stage, shall result in cancellation of the occupation certificate issued and the same shall be restored only after removal of violations. Further, action against the Architect shall also be taken for furnishing a wrong certificate/affidavit. 
(ii) No person shall occupy or allow any other person to occupy any other person to occupy any new building or a part thereof for any purpose whatsoever until such building or a part thereof has been certified by the concerned authority as having been completed and an occupation certificate has been issued in his favour in form BRS-V within the above mentioned period. However, a minimum 25% of the ground coverage shall have to be constructed to qualify buildings as a habitable unit.]
(3) No occupation certificate shall be issued unless debris and rubbish consequent upon the construction has been cleared from the site and its surroundings.

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SECTION III

Siting, Planning and Architectural Control

48. Use of site, type and character of buildings { Sections  8 (2) and 25(2) (f) }.--
(1) Type  and character of building including ancillary buildings that may be erected on a site and the purpose
for which these may be used shall not be other than that shown in the sector plan or approved colony plan.
(2) Every building that may be erected or re-erected on site shall addition to the foregoing restrictions comply
with the restrictions shown on the zoning plan and on Architectural Control Sheets wherever applicable.
(3) Except as otherwise expressly provided at the time of sale, not more than one building unit shall be erected on any one site but in any case two or more sites may be combined for purposes of erection of one building unit.
Note.- - “Building unit” means a self –contained building with such out- buildings as are ordinarily ancillary to the main building and used in connection therewith an physically incapable of sub-division into two or
more independent building units. A building unit may, however, be owned by an individual or may be jointly an severally owned, provided it remains in a single indivisible ownership.

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49. Proportion of the site which may be covered with buildings {sections 8 (2) and 25(2) (f)].—
The proportion up to which a site may be covered with buildings including ancillary buildings shall be in accordance with the following slabs, remaining portion being left open in the form of an open space around the buildings or courtyard:-

Residential

     
       Area of site Maximum permissible coverage on ground including ancillary and residential zone Maximum permissible coverage on first floor
For the first 225 mtrs to the total area of the site 60% of such portion of the site 55% of such portion of the site
For the next 225 square i.e. portion of the area between 225 & 450 sq. mtrs. 40% of such portion of the site 35% of such portion of the site
For the remaining portion of the site i.e. for the portion of the area exceeding 450 sq. mtrs. 35% of such portion of the site 25% of such portion of the site
Maximum permissible floor area ratio and maximum permissible height. The maximum permissible floor area ratio and maximum permissible height on area of the site mentioned in column 1 of the schedule given below be as shown in columns 2 and 3 respectively of the said schedule:-

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SCHEDULE

     
Area of the site Maximum permissible Floor area ratio Maximum permissible height
1 2 3
For the first 209 square meters of total area of site

1.45

12 Meters2

For the next 91 sq. mtrs. Of the area i.e. between 209 sq. mtrs. And 300 square  meters.

1.00

12 Meters2

for the next 120 square meters of the area i.e. between 301 square meters & 420 square meters.

     0.95     

12 Meters2

For the remaining area beyond 420 square meters.

0.80

12 Meters2

Provided that the building shall conform to the restriction contained in the zoning plans or the architectural control sheets of respective area of sector:

Provided further that in the case of houses already constructed or which are under construction before the issue of this notification the benefit of additional covered area, i.e, the different between the aggregate permissible coverage on all floors as now stipulated and that already provided in the rules may be allowed on any floor subject to the restriction as provided in the zoning plan:

Provided further that subject to specific provision in the Zoning Plan of sector/site, not more than four dwelling units shall be permitted on one plot and the maximum number of dwelling units on each floor i.e.ground/first floor shall not exceed two dwelling units:

Provided further that in case of sites measuring 100 square meters or less under any scheme relating to houses for economically weaker section framed by the Government, Housing Board, Improvement Trust or any Local Authority, Director may relax the above condition upto a maximum of 66% on ground coverage with the stipulation of floor area ratio of 1.65 :

Provided further that a basement, not exceeding the maximum coverage on the ground floor and intended to be used for parking, servicing and storage may be allowed, if it satisfied the public health and structural requirements.

2[Provided further that the 25% of the built up area of the building or upto 50 square meter, whichever is less, can be used for non-nuisance professional consultancy services, after getting permission from Director or any other officer authorised by him in writing. The applicant shall apply for specific use of consultancy services as mentioned in clause (xxiv-a) of rule 38, in form N-1 along with fee as mentioned in Schedule IV-A. The permission shall be granted in Form N-II.]

I N D U S T R I A L

1[Table

   

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3

4

5

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Sr.

No.

Type of

Industry

Maximum

Ground

Coverage

Permissible

Basements

Maximum

Permissible

Floor Area

Ratio

Maximum

Permissible

Height

Remarks

 

(A)      For the existing industrial estates

 

1.

General

60%

Single Level

125

30 Meters

 

 

2.

Apparel and Footwear

 

(i)

Vertical                   

expansion of

existing building

60%

As existing at site

175

40 Meters

Subject to structure safety /

capacity certificate from the Architect 'and subject to the condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right Of   Way   of 15 meters and above.  

 

(ii)

Fresh construction of

building after

demolition of

the existing

structure

50%

Single level

200

50 meters

Subject to condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right of Way of 18 meters and above.

3.

Biotechnology other than

Pharmaceuticals

40%

Upto three levels

200

50 Meters

that the industrial units

Subject  to condition availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right. Of Way of 18 meters and above.

4.

 

 

Information

Technology/

Information

Technology

Enable Services

40%

Upto three levels

200

50 Meters

Subject  to condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right Of Way of 18 meters and above.

5.

Technology

Park on

Campus

Norms

40%

Upto four levels

200

50 meters

Subject to condition that the plot must be located   on roads with a Right  Of  Way   of  30 Meter and above.

(B)

For the New Industrial Estates and expansion phases of the existing Industrial Estates

1.

General

60%

Single Level

125

 30 meters

                 -

2.

Apparel and

Footwear

40%

 

Upto three

levels

250

60 maters

Subject to condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right Of Way of 18 meters and above.

3.

Biotechnology other than

Pharmaceuticals

40%

Upto three levels

 

250

 

60 meters

above.     

Subject to condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right Of Way of 18 meters and above.

4.

Information

Technology/

Information

Technology

Enable Services

40%

Upto three

levels

250

60 meters

Subject to condition that the industrial units availing of higher Floor Area Ratio are located on roads with a Right Of Way of 18 meters and

above.

5.

Technology

Park on

Campus

Norms

40%

Upto four

levels

250

60 meters

Subject to condition that the plot must be located   on roads with a Right Of    Way of 30 meters and above.

Note :—(i) The basement not exceeding the maximum permissible zone on ground floor and intended to be used for parking, services and storage shall be allowed, if it satisfies the public health, fire safely and structural requirements and shall not be considered in Floor Area Ratio. Ramps shall be permitted within the zoned area (building line) to keep the setback area uninterrupted.

(ii)  The Industrial units shall abide by the policy for parking of vehicles as notified by the concerned development agency. Parking in the stilted floor at ground floor level shall be permissible free from Floor Area Ratio if the height from the finished ground floor to the bottom of the hanging beam is not lower than 2.5 meters and not more 2.8 meters.

(iii)  The built area required for labour welfare, within the premises, under the provisions of the Factories Act, 1948 such as dispensary, dining area, canteen, lavatories, creche etc. shall not be counted for parking requirement.

(iv) The facility for enhanced Floor Area Ratio beyond the general level of 125 shall be permissible on payment of infrastructure strengthening charges as prescribed by the Government/Development Agency.]

C O M M E R C I A L

In the case of sites for shop-cum-residential purposes or for shopping booths, the coverage on each
floor shall be in accordance with the architectural control sheets.

INSTITUTION AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS

(a) Coverage:- The maximum permissible coverage including covered parking on a plots of the size
mentioned in column 1 below shall be as shown in column 2 below:-
     
Area of plot Maximum permissible coverage
Upto 10,000 square meters 33-1/2 per cent of the area of the plot
Above 10,000 square meters 25 per cent of the area of the plot
(b) Floor Area, Ratio.- The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be as determined by the Director/Government as
the case may be on the merits of each individual case, considering the location and the nature of the use.
(c) Set Backs.- Every institutional building shall be constructed with set backs as provided in the zoning plan prepared for the site:

Provided that a basement, not exceeding the maximum permissible coverage on the ground floor (excluding the area under public corridors) and intended to be used only for parking servicing and storage may be allowed if it satisfies the public health and structural requirements.
  Notes. 1. Floor Area Ration (FAR) means the quotient obtained by dividing the  multiple of the aggregate
covered area on all floors and 100 by the area of the plot, i.e.
     

                        Total covered area on all floors X 100

FAR        =------------------------------------------------

                                    Plot area

2.         Set-back line usually parallel to the plot boundaries and laid down in each case in the zoning plan
            beyond which nothing can be constructed towards the site boundaries.

The following projections shall not be counted towards the covered area namely;-

(i)

pergola constructed purely for architectural effects.

(ii)

A canopy, sunshade, chhajja, balcony, or an architrave contilever from the face of any wall:

(iii)

Cantilevered projections referred to in clause (ii) in the case of plots where architectural or frame control does not apply projecting not more than 1.80 meteres beyond the building lines on the front and rear of the main residential building and 1.00 meter along the sides thereof, when measured at right angle to the outer face of the respective wall.

(iv)

Any such projection referred to in clause (ii0 shall not be lower than 2.3 meters when measured
from the ground.
(d) Building lines.- No building shall project beyond the building lines  as shown on the zoning plan.

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50. Architectural Control {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f).--
In the case of building sites where architectural control is considered necessary by the Director he shall cause to be prepared Architectural Control Sheets for the purpose showing the extent of architectural control on the various units of the buildings or on a portion of such buildings, among others in the following respects:-
(i) compulsory elevations for a particular building or a row of buildings.
(ii) Compulsory height on the front or on any side exposed to view from a street upon  which
building shall have to be erected and completed within a certain period.
(iii) Compulsory height of floors.
(iv) Compulsory height and design of cornies sills and top  of windows in the first and higher storeys.
(v) Compulsory building line along which the building shall have to be erected  and completed
within a certain period.
(vi) Compulsory type designs of balconies
(vii) Compulsory use of materials, texture and colour

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51. Building line in front (Sections 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.--
All buildings shall be set back in front along the building line shown in the zoning plan or approved colony plan.

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52. Space at the rear { Sections 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.-
No building shall project beyond the rear building line shown in the zoning plan or approved colony plan as may be applicable. Where zoning plans have not been prepared or the required building line has not been shown on the approved colony plan, the rear building line shall be at a distance of 15 feet from the rear boundary of the plot.

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53. Space at the sites { Sections 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.-
no building shall project at the sites beyond the building line specified in the zoning plan or approved colony plan, as may be applicable. Where zoning plan have not been prepared or the required building line has not been shown on the approved colony plan, the side space shall be regulated as below:-
   
Sites of  375 sq. yards or less No side space. The full frontage of the site shall be covered with building shall be built contiguous to the adjoining plots;  Provided that incase of corner plots, if a side space is left, it shall not  be less than eight feet in width.
Sites from 375 Sq.yards to 749 yards. Compulsory open space of 10 feet on one side of the plot to be determined by the Director; Provided that a garage of not more than 20 feet in length may be built in this portion with its rear boundary coinciding with the rear of the building.
Sites from 750 sq.yards to 1,500 sq. yards. Minimum side open space of 10 Feet on both sides.
Sites above 1,500 square yards. Minimum side open space of 20 Feet on both sides.

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54. Maximum height and number of storeys of building { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
1[Subject to specific provisions regarding height and number of storeys made under rule 49, the height and number of storeys of any building shall be governed by the restrictions/provisions shown in the Zoning Plan or the architectural control sheet.]

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55. Height of mezzanine storey and internal balconies {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}. –
(1) No mezzanine floor or internal balconies shall be permitted unless the height between the main floor is at least 16 feet and such mezzanine floors or balconies do not cover more than one –third of the 1[area of the floor below and such mezzanine floors or internal balconies, if constructed, shall be  counted towards F.A.R.]
(2) The height of such mezzanine floor or internal balcony shall, not be less than 8 fee.

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56. Minimum provision with regard to residential buildings { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
No building  for any residential use shall be constructed or allowed to be used till, in addition to
 living rooms every dwelling unit provides for --
(a) One kitchen
(b) One bath room or raised bathing platform.
(c) One latrine or W.C.

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57. Minimum area of courtyard for purposes of ventilation   { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f).
The minimum area of every courtyard on which habitable rooms abut and from which they derive their ventilation shall be 1/6th the aggregate plinth area of the abutting rooms and/or verandah or 150
square feet whichever is greater.
Provided that interconnecting balconies of not more than 3 feet in width on first or higher floors may
be erected projecting into the courtyard so that clear area open to sky is not reduced to less than 2/3rd
of the area of the courtyards. The minimum width or depth of all such courtyards shall be 12 feet.

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58. Minimum size and requirements of ventilation regarding habitable room { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
1 Every habitable room including a shop
(i) shall be of a height of at least 9 feet in every part from floor to  ceiling;
(ii) shall have a clear floor area of not less than 100 square feet and a width not less than 8 feet;
(iii) shall be provided for purposes of light and ventilation with doors and windows or other apertures which shall have a total opening of not less than ¼  of the floor area of the 2[-----]. 3[In case of centrally air-conditioned buildings, the provisions made in the National Building Code (NBC) shall be followed.]
2 All doors or windows or other apertures shall open directly, or through a verandah, on to a permanent
 open space or an open space about the building of not less than 6 feet in width or a courtyard.
  Note.—(1) In calculating the area of window and door openings, no deduction shall be made for the
space occupied by window frames or for unopenable glazed or unglazed portions of the window.
  Note.—(2) For the purpose of this rule a kitchen shall be deemed to be a habitable room and all
the aforementioned requirements regarding ventilation shall apply to it except that the minimum area of the kitchen shall not be less than 64 square fee:

Provided every kitchen shall be provided with a fire place fitted with a chimney 3[or an exhaust fan.]

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59. Height of boundary wall and fence and type of gate { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
The height and design of the boundary wall or fence and gate shall be in accordance with the provision of the zoning plan and shall conform to the pattern as laid down for such a plot on the zoning plan:

Provided that where zonal plan has been prepared , the height and design of the boundary wall or fence and gate shall be as specified by the Director.

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  1[59A. Fire protection, {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}. – Fire protection measures provided in Part IV of
National Building Code of India, 1983, dealing with the fire protection measures as amended from
time to time, shall be followed.]

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SECTION 4

Structural Material and Control

2[60. Materials { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
all materials to be used for the erection or re-erection of a building shall conform to the
specifications and  standards laid down in the National Building Code and the relevant IS codes
or as may be laid down by the Government from time to time.]

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61. Site {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}. –
No person shall erect or re-erect any building on any ground which has been filled up with offal or offensive vegetable animal matter, or upon which any such matter is deposited, unless and until the Director certifies that such matter has been property removed by excavation or otherwise has become or been rendered innocuous.

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62. Foundations { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
The foundations of every building shall be so constructed as to sustain the combined dead load of the building and the superimposed load and to transmit those loads to the sub-soil in such a manner that the pressure on the sub-soil shall not exceed the safe pressures specified below:--
     
Type of soil Safe allowable Pressure in Tonnes/square in Feet. At and beyond depths of
Soft, wet,pasty or ½ 8
Muddy clay 1/3 4
Alluvial earth ½ 2
Artificial filling 1/4 2
Loams (Loose) 1 2
Loams (Compact 3/4 2
Sandy Loam 1 1-1/2
  1-1/2 2-1/2
  1-1/2 3-1/2
Clay (loose) 3/4 2
Clay (Compact) 3/4 1-1/2
  1 2-1/2
  1-1/2 3-1/2
(1) 1[para omitted]
(2) The loads shall  not cause such settlements of the building or any part of the building as may
impair its stability.
2[(3) For building more than 3 storeys high foundations shall be designed  on the basis of safe bearing pressures of the soil after making standard tests or establishing the safe bearing pressure of the soil and the foundations shall be taken down to such a depth or so constructed as to render the building immune from damage from upheaval and movements due to seasonal variations in the content of the moisture in the ground.]

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63. Damp proof Courses { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) Every wall of a public building or domestic building (including a pier forming a part of the wall or a compound wall ) shall be provided with a damp-proof course, except when built of materials such as cement concrete with or without the addition of any commercial damp proofing material.
(2) Materials specified as damp-proof course shall be as indicated in the Haryana Public Works Department Specifications, 1990 edition or as provided in National Building Code.]
(3) In external walls the horizontal damp proof course shall be laid immediately above the plinth protection, and a vertical damp proof course shall be provided on the interior face of the wall extending between the level of the horizontal damp proof course and the level of the upper surface of the concrete in the finished floor.
(4)

In an internal wall the horizontal damp proof course shall be laid  in  level with the upper surface of the

concrete in the finished floor. The continuity of damp proof course between the internal and the external
wall shall be secured by the insertion 2[ proper damp proof materials.]
 

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64. Loads {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.-
In addition to the dead load the building shall be designed for  imposed loads including wind pressure and seismic load as per Indian Standard Code 800, the National Building Code and other relevant Indian Standard Codes, as amended from time to time, for structures resistant to earthquakes and other natural hazards.]

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65. Floors. {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
All floors of every building including floor of a kitchen, bathroom, latrine, urinals shall be damp and rat proof and shall be constructed of materials so treated as to protect it from white ants, dry rot, wet rot as per {Haryana P.W.D. Specification 1990} 4[or as laid down in the National Building Code.].

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66. Walls {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
(1) No wall shall be constructed of easily inflammable material. For the purposes of this sub-rule easily
inflammable material will not include teak, Sal, Shisham and deodar wood 4[as per Bureau of Indian
 Standard specifications for such work.]
(2) No masonry wall shall be built in clay mortar to a greater height than one storey and such walls shall
be plastered or pointed so as to render it impermeable and damp proof. The minimum thickness of
such a wall shall, in no case, be less than 2[9] inches. 2[No drainage, sanitary pipes (including water
supply pipers) shall be allowed in/abutting common walls.]

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1[67. Thickness of walls { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Where walls of building are constructed of bricks, stones blocks or of other hard and incom-bustible material laid in horizontal beds of courses every wall or part of wall shall be so designed and constructed as to be capable of safety sustaining and transmitting the dead loading and the superimposed loading to which it may be subjected to (calculated in accordance with the National Building Code and relevant Indian Standard Codes)  ) without undue settlement of deflection and without exceeding the permissible pressure/stress on the materials prescribed by the National Building Code and relevant Indian Standard Code.]

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68. Roofs { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) Every roof shall be weather proof and fire resistant and in no case shall be built of mat, sirki cloth, grass or thatch or any other easily inflammable material and it shall be structurally safe against 1[dead loads, imposed loads, seismic loads and wind pressure as per National Building Code and other relevant Indian Standard Codes, as amended from time to time.]

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STAIR CASES

69. stair cases in residential building { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every building of more than one storey height intended to be used as a single family of two family residential building shall be provided with at least one staircase having minimum width or 2 feet 3 inches constructed of fire-resisting materials.

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70. Residential building for more than two families and commercial buildings {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
(1) Every building intended to be used as a residential building for more than two families or
a commercial building shall be provided with at least one staircase extending from ground floor level
to the highest floor having minimum clear width in accordance with the following table:-
     
a) Number of users up to 10 3’-0”
b) Number of users  from 11 to 20 3’-6”
c) Number of users from 21 to 100 4’-0”
d) increase 1” for every additional 15 persons maximum of 9’ is reached.  
(2) a single staircase of the  width mentioned above may be replaced by two staircases each of a
width at least equal to  two-third the width prescribed for a single staircase provided neither of
the two substituted staircases be less than 2’-6” in width. Staircase so provided shall be built 
in fire resisting materials.
Explanation.- - For the purpose of this rule, each 30 square feet of floor space in the case of
non-residential buildings and each 80 square feet of floor space in the case of residential buildings
shall be deemed to be occupied by one person.

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71. Minimum dimension of steps {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
No staircase in a residential building shall have a rise of more than 9 inches and a tread of
less than 9 inches.

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72. Staircase in public buildings and warehouses and industrial buildings { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
No staircase in a public or a warehouse and industrial building  shall be of width less than
 that given below:-
     
Number of users up to 200 4’-6”
Number of users from 200 to 350 6’-0
Increase by 1” for every additional 15 persons until maximum of 9’ is reached.  
A single staircase of the  width mentioned in clause (C) of sub-rule (1) above   may be replaced by
two staircases each of width of at least 6 feet.
Notwithstanding anything contained in sub rules (1) & (2) , staircases in private  portions of public
buildings or warehouses and industrial buildings not open to the general public may be of the sizes
and material  mentioned in rule 69.

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73. Material { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
All staircases and walls enclosing the staircases in public building and ware houses and industrial
building shall be of fire proof materials.

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74. Minimum dimension of steps { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
No stair-case in a public building or a warehouse and industrial building shall have a rise of more than
7 inches and a tread of less than 10-1/2 inches.

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75. Uniformity in treads and risers in staircases {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Treads and risers of each flight of a staircase or of several  flights in the  same staircase in a public or
a ware house and industrial or a residential building shall be of uniform width and height except where
prior dispensation is specifically obtained from the Director or architectural effect.

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76. Location of staircase { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
No part of the second or of any higher storey of any building  shall be more than 100’ from some
staircase or ramp loading to the ground floor.

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77. Ventilation of staircases {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every staircase shall be adequately ventilated and lit to the satisfaction of the Director.

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78. Head room in a staircase {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
The minimum clear head room in any staircase  shall be seven feet measured from the top of the
riser to the most dependent portion of the ceiling above.

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79. Provision of hand rails { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) In every staircase at least one hand rail shall be provided.
(2) Where steps are provided from the ground to the building hand rail may not be provided, if the steps
do not go above 4’-6” in height and are not less  than 3’-0” in width.

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LOBBIES, CORRIDORS, PASSAGES AND BALCONIES

80. Lobbies, Corridors, Passages and Balconies {Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f)}.—
The minimum width of any lobby, corridor, passage or balcony in a single-family or two-family residential building shall be at least 2’-6” and shall be of fire resisting materials and shall be carried on supports of fire resisting materials.

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81. Residential building for more than two families and commercial buildings { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
The minimum width of any lobby, corridor, passage or a balcony in a residential building for more
than two families and a commercial building shall be as given below:-
     
(a) Number of users up to 10 3’-0”
(b) number of users  from 11 to 20 3’-6”
(c) Number of users from 21 to 100 4’-0”
(d) increase 1” for every additional 15 persons maximum of 8’ is reached.  
Walls and roofs shall be of fire-resisting materials and shall  be carried on supports of
fire-resisting materials.

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82. Public building and warehouse buildings { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—

the minimum width of any lobby, corridors, passages or balcony in a public building or a warehouse

and industrial building to be used by the public shall be 4’-6”:
     
(a) Number of users from 20 to 200 6’-0”
(b) Number of users from 101 to 200 7’-6”
Walls  and roof shall be of fire-resisting materials and shall be carried on supports of
fire-resisting materials.

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83. General doors and barriers of Assembly Halls { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
all doors or barriers for use by the public as exists in a public assembly place shall be made to
open outwards.

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CHIMNEYS AND FLUES

84. Application { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
Rules in this section shall not apply to the erection or re-erection of chimney shafts for the furnaces in commercial or ware-house buildings the design of which shall be specially approved by the Director but they shall apply to the erection or re-erection of chimney shafts for open fires and small domestic boilers.

Explanation. – Small domestic boilers shall mean boilers which do not require flues exceeding 80 square inches in area.

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85. Materials { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every chimney shall be constructed of burnt bricks, concrete bricks or of any good hard and
incombustible material   properly and solidly put together.

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86. Designs and construction { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every chimney which is build against or forms a part of a wall and extends to or below the surface of the ground shall be built on solid foundations which shall comply with the requirements of the rules relating to the foundations of structural walls. It shall have a damp-proof course at the top and if the wall with which it is built requires to be provided with a damp-proof course at the bottom the chimney shall be provided with the same . Also it shall be properly bounded or otherwise securely tied with the wall with which it is built.

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87. Floor beneath fire place { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Floors beneath and around every fireplace shall be of concrete or similar fire proof material and shall
project 18 inches in  front of the jambs and extend 6 inches on each side of the  fireplace opening.

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88. Jambs and back of fire place { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
The jambs of a fireplace opening shall be at least 9 inches in width and the back of the chimney opening in a party wall shall be 9 inches in thick up to 12 inches above the top of the opening. Where the flues in a party wall are not back to back the required 9 inches of solid wall at back of the fireplace shall be carried up to the floor of the room above.

In an external or internal wall the back of the opening and all sides of the flues shall be at least 4-1/2 inches thick.

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89. Flue size { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every fireplace shall have a flue giving a brick opening of not less than 9 inches x 9 inches:
Provided that in case of R.C.C. construction a flue shall not be less than 9 inches x 4-1/2 inches.

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90. Treatment of inside of chimney flues{ Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
The inside of every chimney flue shall be properly rendered or pargetted as such flue is carried upwards unless the whole flue is built with fire brick or fireproof piping of fireclay of at least 1” thickness in which case the spandrel angles shall be filed insolid with brick work or other incombustible materials.

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91. Woodwork in chimneys { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
In any wall no timber shall be placed nearer than 9 inches to the inside of any flue of chimney nearer than 6 inches to the inside of any flue or chimney opening. Under a chimney opening no timer shall be within 15 inches from the upper surface of the earth.

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92. chimney stacks { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) Chimney stacks or smoke flues shall be carried up to a height of not less than three feet and not more than
six times the least width of the chimney above the  adjoining  roof and shall be built at least 4-1/2 inches
thick. The maximum height for any stack may be exceeded if it is adequately secured against over-turning.
(2) Height  of chimney stack may be reduced to 1 foot  6 inches when the roof is made up of a fire-resisting
materials. The top six courses of all stacks shall be built in cement mortar.

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93. Pipes for conveying smoke { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
No pipe for the purpose of conveying smoke or other products of combustion shall be allowed to project through the wall externally. Elsewhere such pipes may be of mild steel 3/16 inches thick or of cast iron complying with the British Standard Specification No. 41-1908 or of sheet metal for domestic cooking ranges only and shall be fixed at a distance of at least 9 inches from any combustible substances.

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SECTION 5

DRAINAGE AND SANITARY INSTALLATIONS GENERAL

94. Notice for carrying out drainage work and application for permission { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) No person shall carry out any water borne sanitary and drainage installation or carry out any works
connected therewith within any building or site without the previous permission of the Director.
(2) Every person who intends to carry out these works shall apply for permission as laid down in rule 39.

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95. Work to be executed under the supervision of plumber { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Execution of all works for the lying out of any drainage system or for the carrying out of water borne
sanitary installations shall be done through a plumber holding any of the qualification laid down in
Schedule III to these rules.

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR WATER-BORNE SANITARY INSTALLATIONS

96. Adequacy of water supply for installation of water borne sanitary installations { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Before  undertaking the installation of a water  borne  sanitary system in any building an adequate,
constant and reliable  water-supply to the premises shall be ensured to the satisfaction of the Director.

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97. Sanitary fitting and execution of works to conform to P.W.D. specifications { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
All sanitary fittings, drainage pipes including soil and waste standards and specifications laid down for such articles in the specifications laid down for any article in the Haryana P.W.D. Specification 1990, and if there are no standards or specifications laid down for any article in the {Haryana P.W.D.} specifications, then, the article shall be as per standards and specification of the Indian Standard Institute, if there is no specification or standard laid down by the Indian Standards Institute then the articles shall be as per British Standards specification.

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98. All drainage system to be air, smoke and water  tight { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
All drainage system including joint shall be air, smoke and water  tight and shall be capable of resisting
a pressure of at least five feet head of water.

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99. Not works of foul and waste water  drainage to be kept separate { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
The net work of foul water drainage and the net work of waste water drainage shall be kept separate from
 each other  up to the point till they are connected at a manhole to the outflow drain.

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100. Junctions { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
Every drain including a pipe drainage into any other drain or a pipe sewer shall join the latter obliquely
in the direction of the  flow of the latter.

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SANITARY FITTINGS

101. Minimum sanitary facilities in various type of buildings { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) Dwellings  with individual conveniences shall have at least the following fitments:-
(i) one bath room provide with a tap,
(ii) One water  closet, and
(iii) One nahani or sink either in the floor or raised from the  floor.
Where only one water closet is provided in a dwelling, the bath and water closet shall be
separately accommodated.
(2) Dwelling (tenements) without individual conveniences shall have the following fitments:-
(i) one water tap with draining arrangements in each tenement;
(ii) One water  closet, and one bath for every two tenements, and
(iii) Water taps in common bath rooms and common water closets.
(3) The requirements for fitments for drainage and sanitation in the case of buildings other than residences, such as office buildings, factories, cinema, concert halls, theaters, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, schools and hostels shall be in accordance with Indian Standard Code of basic requirements for water-supply, Drainage and Sanitation “IS : 1172-1957” issued by the Indian Standard Institution, New Delhi with such modifications as may be made by the said institution from time to time.

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102. Water closets { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.—
(1) Every water closet pan shall have an efficient siphon trap with a minimum water seal of three inches
beneath, so that sufficient water seal, between the pan and any drain or soil pipe is maintained.
"D” trap, shall not be  fixed with water closets.
(2) No part of the water closet apparatus shall be directly connected with water supply distributing pipe. For flushing and cleaning of the pan, a special closed cistern with suitable ball cock and of not less than three gallons capacity shall be provided.
(3) The capacity of every reserve tank shall be at the scale of 75 gallons per water closet connected to the tank.
(4) no self-acting or automatic flushing apparatus shall be constructed or fixed except with the prior
permission of the  Director.
(5) Where the water closet discharges into a soil pipe which also receives the discharge from another water
closet, the tap of the water closet shall be ventilated by a pipe, which shall-
(a) have an internal diameter of not less than two inches;
(b) be connected with the arm of the soil pipe at a point not less than three and not more than twelve inches from the highest part of the trap, on that side of the water seal which is nearer to the soil pipe and in the direction of the flow; and
(c) either have an open end as high as the top of the soil pipe or be carried into a soil pipe at a point
 not less than seven feet above the highest connection to the soil pipe.

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103. Urinals { Section 8 (2) and 25 (2) (f) }.— A urinal connected with a building which has a supply of water, laid on,
 shall comply with the following requirements:-
(i) the urinals shall be provided with a basin, stall, through or other suitable receptacle or receptacles of
non-absorbent materials;
(ii) the outlet from the receptacle or receptacles shall  be provided with an efficient grating;
(iii) the urinal shall be provided with suitable apparatus for effectually flushing and cleansing the
receptacles provided;
(iv) no part of the urinal apparatus, other than the flushing apparatus shall be directly connected with a supply
 or distributing pipe;
(v) if the urinal can be entered from within the building, and is constructed to discharge into a waste pipe, which also receive the discharge from another urinal, or from a water closet, bath, sink, bidet or lavatory basin, the trap of the urinal shall be ventilated by a pipe which shall-
(a) be of an internal diameter not less than that of the tap or two inches which ever is less;
(b) be connected  with the waste pipe from the urinal at a point not less than three and not more than
twelve inches from the highest part of the trap, on that side of the  water seal which is nearer to
the waste pipe; and
(c) either have an open end as high as the top of the waste pipe or be carried into a waste pipe at a
point not less than three feet above the  highest connection to the waste pipe.

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LAYING OUT OF DRAIN AND INSTALLATION OF DRAIN PIPES

104. Laying of drains { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. --
(1) Every drain shall—
(a) be of a suitable size, and if it is intended for the conveyance of foul water shall have an internal
diameter of not less than four inches;
(b) be laid with a suitable fall  and where practicable in a direct line.  The  standard gradient shall be
1 in 40 for a four inch drain and 1 in 80  for six inch drain the maximum and minimum gradients shall respectively be 1 in 20 and 1 in 80 for a  4 inch drain and 1  in 40 and 1 in 140 
respectively, for a six inch drain.
(2) (a) A drain shall not   be constructed so as to be within or under any building, except in a case where
any order situation is impracticable.
(b) Where any such drain or part thereof is constructed within or under any building,  such drain  or
such part thereof shall be laid or fixed in a direct line, where practicable and be provided  with
adequate means of access.
(3) Where any drain is laid under a wall, it shall be protected  at the part under the wall by means of a
relieving arch, flag stone, iron or any  other support which shall not bear on the  drain and shall be of
sufficient size and strength to prevent any disturbances or other injury to such drain.
(4) A drain shall not be constructed in such a manner that there shall be within a building any inlet to such
drain except such inlet as may be necessary from any sanitary fitting or any sanitary  installation connected
directly to such drain.
(5)

Every inlet other than a ventilating pipe to such drain shall be properly trapped by a suitable and efficient

trap, and such trap shall be formed and fixed so as to be capable of maintaining  a water seal of-
(a) two inches where such inlet has an internal diameter of less than three inches;
(b) three inches where such inlet has an internal diameter of less than three inches.
(6) Every trapped gully shall be covered with a grating, the bars of which shall be not more than three-eights
of an inch apart.
(7) A suitable and efficient intercepting trap, with a water seal of at least 4 inches, at a point as distant as may be practicable from the building as near as may be practicable to the point at which the drain may be connected with the sewer, shall be provided to such a drain before connecting it with the sewer. Such a trap shall be provided with a raking or cleaning arm, fitted with a secure and suitable stopper as a means of access to the drain between such trap and sewer, and shall be located within a manhole.

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105. Ventilation of drains { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
The drain intended for conveying foul water from a building shall be provided with at least one ventilating pipe situated as near as practicable to the building and as far as practicable from the point at which the drain empties into the sewer or other means of disposal:

Provided that a soil pipe from a water closet, or a waste pipe from a slop sink constructed in accordance with these rules may serve for the ventilating pipe of the drain, if its situation is in accordance with the rules.

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106. Manholes { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
A manhole shall be provided at every point at which the drain changes either its direction or gradient and other-wise at intervals, not exceeding 300 feet. A manhole shall be of such a size as to allow access to the drain for rodding and shall be provided with proper cover in flush with ground surface.

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107. Soil pipes and soil ventilating pipes { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
A soil pipe or a soil ventilating pipe shall be-
(i) easily accessible through out its course and adequately protected where necessary, from  damage,
(ii) circular,
(iii) of an internal diameter of not less than 4 inches,
(iv) carried  upwards to such a height and in such a manner so as to prevent any nuisance or injury or
danger to health arising from the emission of foul air from such pipe, the minimum height being
2’-3” above the roof top, and
(v) be fitted at the open and with a suitable grating or cover admitting the free passage of air.

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108. Separation of soil pipes from rain water pipes { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
No soil pipe or ventilating pipe shall be connected with any rainwater pipe or with waste water pipe.

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109. Provision of traps { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
There  shall be no traps in any soil or ventilating pipes, nor between any other pipe and drain to which
it is connected but every sanitary fitting connected to a soil pipe, ventilating pipe or drain shall be provided with a trap.

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110. Waster water pipes {Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f)}.
A waste pipe from a bath, sink (not being a slop sink) bidet or lavatory basin and pipe for carrying of dirty water, shall-
(i) discharge so as not to cause dampness in a wall or foundation of a building;
(ii) if it discharges into a drain it should be disconnected from the drain by a trapped gully with a suitable
grating above the level of the water in the trap; and
(iii) if it is more than 6 feet in length , be provided with a suitable trap.

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111. Overflow pipe {Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f)}. –
An overflow pipe from a water cistern shall discharge in an exposed and conspicuous position so as
not to cause dampness on any part of a building.

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112. Pipes not to be exposed on external walls { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
Wherever possible no down pipes, soil pipes and ventilating pipes shall be  exposed on any external wall
 of a building and shall be placed in a recess or chase or a duct.

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DISPOSAL

113. Method of disposal { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
  [Every sanitary disposal system] shall be connected with the public sewer but in case no public sewer exists in the vicinity of the said premises, the drainage system may, as a temporary measure and subject to the previous written approval of the Director, be connected to a septic tank from which the effluent shall be drained of-
(a) into absorption pits, or
(b) by sub-soil irrigation drains:
Provided that no absorption pit shall be allowed in the case of any premises or area in which domestic
supply is taken from sub-soil water;
Provided further that if at any future period a public sewer is constructed  which can serve the premises,
the owner shall at his own expenses cause the said drainage system to be connected to this sewer.

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114. Septic tanks { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
(1) No septic tank shall be located-
(a) at a distance of less than 90 feet from a dwelling house or any other building used for human
habitation  or for work or recreation or within a public thoroughfare;
(b) within 200 feet from any percolation well, water course or stream used or likely to be used for drinking or domestic purposes or for manufacturer or preparation of any articles of food or drink for human consumption and it shall be readily accessible so as to permit cleaning operations being carried out without interference with the operation of any water-borne sanitary installation as a whole.
(2) Every septic tank intended to serve a population of 24 or more persons shall be constructed into two separate compartments so that one compartment when required can be put out of use for cleaning purposes. The capacity of every compartment of the septic tank shall be 2-1/2 times the total water supply allowance for the total number of the residents of the building.
(3) Every inlet pipe into a septic tank shall be effectually trapped.

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115. Absorption pits { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
(1) In the matter of location, every absorption pit shall conform to same restriction as are laid down for a septic
 tank in rule 114 (1).
(2) No absorption pit shall have any outlet into or means of communication with any sewer, storm water
drain or surface drain.
(3) The walls of every absorption pit shall be at least 9 feet above ground level so as to exclude effectually
the entry of storm water or irrigation water into the absorption pit.
(4)

the absorption pits shall be constructed in duplicate so that one pit can be put out of use for cleaning

purposes. The capacity of the absorption pit shall be as approved by the Director.

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116. Subsoil irrigation for disposal of effluent { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
(1) No subsoil irrigation work for disposal of effluent from a septic tank shall be laid out within a premises till a suitable area of open land, the situation and extent and subsoil of which is previously approved by the Director, is set apart within premises to be used as a farm or a garden.
(2) The area set apart shall be one acre for every 2,000 gallons of effluent per day.
(3) No part of any area reserved for subsoil irrigation shall be  within a distance of 90 feet from the nearest
point  of any dwelling house or any other building used for human habitation or for work or for recreation
and of any canal or irrigation well.
(4) No such works shall be laid out within a distance of 250 feet from any percolation well, tubewell or
watercourse  or stream used or likely to be used for  drinking or domestic purposes or for the manufacturer
 or preparation of any articles of food or drink for human consumption.

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CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC SEWER

117. Sanitary installations and drainage to be completed before applying for connection { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
No connection to any public sewer shall be made nor any sanitary and drainage installations intended to be connected through this connection, shall be brought into use until a certificate after completion of these works has been applied for by the applicant to the Director and certificate has been issued by the latter to the effect that the sanitary installations and drainage have been satisfactorily completed in compliance with these rules. If no decision is communicated on the application for a certificate within fifteen days of the receipt of the application, the certificate shall be deemed to have been granted.

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118. Application before connection with public sewers { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. -
(1) After grant of the certificate  referred to in the foregoing rule or in the event of the  said certificate having
been deemed to have been granted every person  intending to connect a drain to a public sewer shall apply
to the Director at least seven days before the date on which connection is required.
(2) This application shall be accompanied by a certificate referred to in rule 117 and such amount as may be
laid down from time to time by the Director and calculated on the basis  of the current schedule of rates
to meet the cost of proposed connection.
(3) On receipt of the application and subject to the requirements of the foregoing rules, the director shall
sanction or reject the request.
(4) In the event of the required connection having been sanctioned, it shall be  made only through officers
authorized by him.

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119. Sewer connection { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
(1) Every drain draining into a public sewer shall join  the latter obliquely in the direction of the flow
of the latter.
(2) If practicable the connection shall be made at an existing junction in the sewer and if this is not made,
there shall be an intercepting manhole before the connection.

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STORM WATER
120. Drainage of roofs { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
The roof of every building shall drain into gutters, shoots or troughs and shall be carried down through adequate number of down pipes without causing dampness in any part of the wall or foundation of the building or any adjacent building;

Provided that in the case of detached or semi detached buildings not exceeding one storey in height, rain water spouts or khasi and revealed parnallas may be provided for so long as these do not discharge into any public roadway or footpath or on private land of adjoining owner.

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121. Size of down pipes { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
A down pipe of minimum area of 12 square inches shall be provided for every 500 square feet of the
flat roof area (slope of roof being 1:48) or for every 1,000 square feet of sloping roof area
(slope of roof exceeding 1:48)

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122. Storm water  not to drain into sewer { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
The run-off from the roof, paved area (but excluding paved court-yard) and over flow, if any from the site, shall not be drained into the underground sewerage system.
1[122-A Rain water  harvesting { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
(1) Arrangement of roof top rain water harvesting will have to be made by the plot-owners on the plots in the buildings constructed in the colonies for which licence has been granted under Act No. 8 of 1975, or where permission for change of land use has been permitted and where the area of the roof is 100 square meters or more.
(2) The system of collection, conveyance and dispersion of rain water for harvesting shall be made in such a manner that only clear water is able to enter. No contaminated/waste water from the building or surrounding areas should find its way into the system.
(3) The entry points of the rain water for harvesting shall be designed in such a manner that in normal days these remain covered. Arrangement of segregation of the rain water from the first shower (containing the wash water) should also be provided.
(4) The arrangement for quick filtration of rain water shall also be made in the rain water harvesting well/tube-well, so that the rain water does not pollute or choke the strata.
(5) The complete system of rain water harvesting will be constructed within the area of the plot, defined in the zoning plan for the plot.
(6) The recharge well shall be located at  a distance of not less than ten meters away from any structure handling sewage or industrial waste water (such as septic tank or effluent treatment plant). This minimum distance of ten meters will not be applicable to manholes or sewer lines, although it will be ensured that they are leak proof.
(7) The detail proposal of the system comprising of collection, conveyance and dispersion of rain water  from the roof top to rain water harvesting well/tube-well will have to be shown on the building plan submitted for approval.
(8) Any engineer not below the rank of an Executive engineer so authorised by the Director, will have the powers to inspect the system whenever considered necessary and direct the owner of the building to affect any changes/improvement as deemed necessary and the owner of the building shall ensure compliance.
(9) Depending upon the underground water strata, the Government may notify certain areas where provision of such rain water harvesting system may not be required. Broad guidelines about the approximate depth of the recharge well and the sample strata chart will also be made available.
(10) The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (Act No. 6 of 1974) with all amendments made from time to tie shall be applicable.]
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122-A. Rain water harvesting { Sections and 8(2) and 25(2)(f) }. -
  (1) Arrangement of roof top rain water harvesting will have to be made by the plot-owners on the plots in the buildings constructed in the colonies for which license has been granted under Act No. 8 of 1975, or where permission for change of land use has been permitted and where the area of the roof is 100 square meters or more.
  (2) The system of collection, conveyance and dispersion of rain water for harvesting shall be made in such a manner that only clear water is able to enter. No contaminated/waste water from the building or surrounding areas should find its way into the system.
  (3) The entry points of the rain water for harvesting shall be designed in such a manner that in normal days these remain covered. Arrangement of segregation of rain water from the first shower (containing the wash water) should also be provided.
  (4) The arrangement for quick filtration of rain water shall also be made in the rain water harvesting well/tube-well, so that the rain water does not pollute or choke the strata.
  (5) The complete system of rain water harvesting will be constructed within the area of the plot, defined in the zoning plan for the plot.
  (6) The recharge well shall be located at a distance of not less than ten meters away from any structure handling sewage or industrial waste water (such as septic tank or effluent treatment plant). This minimum distance of ten meters will not be applicable to manholes or sewer lines, although it will be ensured that they are leak proof.
  (7) The detail proposal of the system comprising of collection, conveyance and dispersion of rain water from the roof top to rain water harvesting well/tube-well will have to be shown on the building plan submitted for the approval.
  (8) Any Engineer not below the rank of an Executive Engineer so authorised by the Director, will have the power to inspect the system whenever considered necessary and direct the owner of the building to affect any changes/improvement as deemed necessary and the owner the owner of the building shall ensure compliance. 
  (9) Depending upon the underground water strata the Government may notify certain areas where provision of such rain water harvesting system may not be required. Broad guidelines about approximate depth of the recharge well and the sample strata chart will also be made available.
  (10) The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act,1974 (Act no. 6 of 1974) with all amendments made from time to time shall be applicable.

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INSPECTION AND MINOR ALTERATIONS

123. inspection { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
Every person by or for whom any {Sanitary disposal system} or drainage installation or any work in connection therewith is carried out for any existing or new building or in any other premises shall at all reasonable times afford the Director or any officer duly authorized by him free access to such water-borne sanitary installation or drainage installation or work in connection therewith for the purpose of inspection.

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124. Minor alternations in case of emergency { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
    In any case in which a minor alteration to a (sanitary disposal system) or drainage installation must be carried out a once, every person who is about to carry out such alteration shall, in lieu of depositing the plans, sections and particulars referred to in the foregoing rules forthwith inform the Director in writing of such proposed alteration. He shall also within fourteen days of the commencement of such alteration make the deposits required by these rules.

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125. Carrying out of work { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. –
All work required to be done for the installation or repair of sanitary fitting shall be entrusted to a plumber
holding any of the qualifications laid down in Schedule III to these rules.

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PART VIII

MISCELLANEOUS

Demolition, Appeal and maintenance of Record

126. Register of applications for permission and licences { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }.
The Director shall maintain the following registers in the form noted against each in respect of permissions
or licences granted or refused by him  under section 8 and in respect of orders of demolition issued under
sub-section (2) of section 12 of the Act:-
(a) A register in Form M-1 showing particulars of all cases in which permission to erect or re-erect a building in existence immediately before the commencement of the Act and involving structural alteration or addition, within 30 metres of a scheduled road or 100 meters of by-pass or for laying out of a means of access to a scheduled road under clauses (b) and (c) of the provision to section 3 respectively is granted or refused.
(b) A register  in Form M-II in which particulars of all cases in which permission to erect or re-erect a
building or make or extend an excavation or to  lay out means in a controlled area is granted or refused.
(c) A register  in Form M-III in which particulars of all cases in which permission   for change of use
of land within a controlled area for the purpose of setting up a private colony is granted or refused.
(d) A register  in Form M-IV in which particulars of all cases in which licence is a controlled area
for charcoal-kiln, potter-kiln, lime-kiln, brick-kiln or brick field or for quarrying stone, bajri,
surkhi, kankar or for some other similar extractive or ancillary operation is granted or refused.
(e) A register  in Form M-V showing particulars of all cases in which orders of demolition under
sub-section (2) of section 12 are issued.

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127. Copies and fees { Sections 8(2) and 25 (2) (f) }. Copies of survey record, field book, plans, orders and other
documents  prepared under the Act shall be available on payment of the fees mentioned below:-
     
(1) For copies of entries in the register or linear map prepared under rule 3.-  
  (a)     Entries in register Rs.1.00 per entry
  (b)     Linear map Rs.10.00 for every one mile of the road or part thereof indicated in the map
(2) Copy of entries in the registers mentioned in rule 126 Rs. 1.00 per entry
(3) copy of orders of the Director granting or refusing permission under section 8 of the Act

Rs. 2.00 per order

(4) Copy of development plan drawing of a controlled area Rs.10.00 per order
(5) Copy of development plan including all enclosures Rs.30.00
(6) Duplicate licence Rs.2.00
(7) Other records Rs.1.00 per page.
    Note: (1) Preparation of copies of documents shall not be undertaken unless the prescribed fees
have been deposited by the applicant in advance in the office concerned.

(2) Copying fee once paid shall not be refunded.

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128. Order of demolition under section 12 (2) {Sections 12(2) and 25 (i)}.—
Where a person erects or re-erects any building or makes or extends any excavation of lays out any means of access to a road, in contravention of provision of section 3 or section 6 or in contravention of any conditions imposed by these rules or by an order under section 8 or section 10, or uses any land in contravention of these provisions of sub-section (1) of section 7 or section 10, the Director shall issue an order under sub-section (2) of section 12 of the said person in Form M-VII:

Provided that reasonable opportunity shall be given to the defaulter to show cause by notice in Form M-VI before issuing the said order of demolition. 

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129. Procedure for hearing appeals (Section 25(2) (h)}. –
(1) an appeal instituted before the Commissioner under section 10 shall bear a court fee stamp of ten rupees.
(2) The memorandum of appeal containing grounds of appeal shall be accompanied by a copy of order
appealed against an a sketch/plan of the building/site in question.
(3) The Commissioner shall hear the appellant and call for the comments of the Director, Town and Country Planning, {Haryana}, Chandigarh as also of the Director who passed the order appealed against, in case he is a different officer, and shall consider these comments before final disposal of the appeal.

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2[130. Salary and other allowances and terms and conditions of Chairman, Member and staff of the  Tribunal Sections-12C and 25.-
(1) Chairman  of the Tribunal shall receive the salary and other allowances of the Judge of the
High Court and the Member shall receive the salary from his own department to which he belongs.
(2) The Chairman and Member of the Tribunal shall be eligible for such traveling allowances and
daily allowance on official tours as are admissible to them while working as Judge of the
High Court and the Chief Engineer.
(3) The salary and other allowances to the Chairman and  other staff of the  Tribunal shall be
defrayed out of Major Head- “2217-Urban Development”.
(4) Chairman of the  Tribunal shall hold office for a term of three years and shall be eligible for 
reappointment for another term and the Member shall hold office for a period of three years or
upto the age of superannuation, whichever is earlier;
Provided that the Chairman and the member may-
(a) by writing under his hand and addressed to the Government resign his  office at any time;and
(b) be removed from his office in accordance with the provisions of  sub-rule (5).
(5) the government may remove from  office, Chairman or a member of the Tribunal who-
(a) has been judged as an insolvent; or
(b) has been convicted of an offence which in the opinion of the  Government, involves moral turpitude; or
(c) has become physically and mentally incapable of acting as such; or
(d) has acquired such financial or other interest as is likely to affect prejudicially his functions as such; or
(e) has  so abused his position as to render his continuance in office prejudicial to the public interest:
Provided that the  Chairman or Member shall not be removed from his office on the ground specified in clause (d) & (e) of subrule (5) exception enquiry held by the Govt. with such procedure as it may specify in this behalf and fund the chairman/member to be guilty on such ground.
(6) Before appointment, the Chairman or member of the Tribunal shall have to take an undertaking that
he does  not and will  not have any such financial or other interest as is likely to affect prejudicially 
his functions as such.
(7) The terms and conditions of service of Chairman, member of the Tribunal or staff shall not be varied
to their disadvantage during their tenure of office.
(8) Every vacancy caused by resignation and removal of the Chairman or Member of the Tribunal under
sub-rule (4) or otherwise shall be filled  in by fresh appointment.
(9) The Chairman or Member ceasing to hold office as such shall not hold any appointment in or be
connected with the management or administration of an organisation which have been the subject of any proceeding under the Act during his tenure for a period of five years.
from the date on which he ceases to hold such office.
(10) The staff for the Tribunal shall be provided by the Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana and 
shall draw the salary and allowances from the department and their services shall be governed  by the
departmental  service rules and will be on cadre of the department.
(11) The casual and other  leaves of the Chairman of the Tribunal shall be sanctioned by the Governor of Haryana.
(12) All kind of leave shall be admissible to the Chairman of the Tribunal which is admissible to a sitting Judge
of the High Court. The Governor of Haryana  shall have full powers to sanction the leaves of the Chairman.

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131. Procedure for hearing appeal by Tribunal Section 12-C and 25(2) (h)--
(1) Memorandum of appeal shall be presented by the appellant or his authorized  agent to the Tribunal in
person or by registered  post addressed to the Tribunal.
(2) Every memorandum filed under sub-rule (1) shall be in legible hand  writing preferably typed and shall set
forth concisely under distinct heads, the grounds of appeal without any argument or narrative and such
grounds shall be  numbered consecutively and shall be accompanied by a  copy of order appealed 
against, a sketch/plan of the building/site in question and other documents as may be required to
support the grounds of appeal.
(3) The memorandum of appeal shall be accompanied by a fee of Rs.100 in the form of revenue stamp
or treasury challan deposited  in the Haryana Government Treasury under head “2217” Urban Development
(i) , 60, other Urban Development Schemes, 800-Other Receipts”.
(4) When the appeal is presented after the expiry of period of limitation as specified in the Act, the memorandum shall be accompanied by an application supported by an affidavit setting forth the facts on which the appellant wants to satisfy the Tribunal that he has sufficient cause for not preferring the appeal within the period of limitation.
(5) The appellant shall submit minimum four copies of memorandum of appeal to the Tribunal for
official purposes.
(6) The Tribunal shall call for the records and the comments of the District Town planner/Executive
Engineer, Public Works Department (Building and Roads) concerned whose orders are appealed 
against and shall consider their comments before final disposal of the appeal.
(7) On the date of hearing or on any other day to which hearing may be adjourned, it shall be obligatory for the parties or their authorized agents to appear before the Tribunal. If appellant or his authorized agent fails to appear on such date, the Tribunal may, in its discretion, either dismiss the appeal in default or decide it on merits of the case. If respondent or his authorized agent fails to appear on such date the Tribunal may proceed ex-parte and may decide the appeal ex-parte on the merits of the case.
(8) The appellant shall not except  by leave of the Tribunal urge or be heard in support of any ground of
objection set forth in the memorandum of appeal but the Tribunal, in deciding the appeal, shall not
continue to the grounds of objections set forth in the memorandum of appeal or taken by leave of
the Tribunal under this sub-rule:
Provided that the Tribunal shall not rest its decision on any other grounds unless the party
who may be affected thereby, has been given, at least one opportunity of being heard by the Tribunal.
(9) Tribunal may, on such terms as it may think fit and at any stage, adjourn the hearing of the appeal,
but not more than one adjournment shall ordinarily  be given and the appeal shall be decided preferably
within  ninety days from the  first date of hearing.
(10) Order of the Tribunal on appeal  shall be  signed and dated by the Chairman and Member constituting
the Tribunal and  shall be communicated to the parties free of cost.
(11)

That in case the Member of Tribunal is not present on any day and  appeal for arguments are fixed

then only Chairman shall hear the appeal and decide them and his decision shall be final.
(12) That if Chairman is on leave or on vacations then the urgent matters shall be heard by  the member
of the Tribunal.
(13) For the purpose of this rule, the Tribunal shall have the same powers as are vested in Civil Court under
the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (Act 5 of 1908).
(14) Every proceeding before the Tribunal shall be deemed to be a judicial proceeding within the meaning of Sections 193 and 228 the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act 45 of 1860), and shall also be deemed to be a proceeding of Civil Court for the purposes of Section 195 and Chapter XXVI of the Code of Criminal procedure, 1973 (Act 2 of 1974).

***

FORM SR-I

{See rule 3(2)}

Register of buildings, excavations and means of access to roads within 100 metres on either side of road
reservation of bye-pass, or within 30 metres of the road reservation on either side of a scheduled road.
(i) District……………………………
(ii) From mile/kilometer……………………
 to mile/kilometer………………………
(iii) Name of scheduled road/bye-pass……………..
     
Serial No Date of survey Location of building, excavation of access of road Right hand side or left hand side Description of building excavation or access to road Purpose for which the building mentioned in column Reference no. to survey which entry in Column 5 Relates
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
             

                                     Signature with designation                                                    Signature of

                                    of Official conducting survey                                                     Director

***

FORM SR-II

(See rule 4)

Form of application for permission under Clauses (b), (C) or (d) of the proviso to

section 3 of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled  Areas Restriction

of Unregulated Development Act. 1963.

To

      ---------------
      ----------------

Sir,

As my/our request for permissions pertains to a site lying within 30 meters of a scheduled road or 100
meters of a bye-pass I /We beg to apply for permission as under:-
(A) For erection or re-erection of a building which was in existence  immediately before the commencement
 of the Act and  which involves structural alterations  or additions the details whereof have been given below:-
(i) Exact location of the building  indicating name of the road or bye-pass and milestone;
(ii) since when existing;
(iii) Purpose for which the present building is used;
(iv) Reason why erection or re-erection with structural alterations or additions, necessary.
The following plans are enclosed:-
(i) Site plan in triplicate indicating location of the building.
(ii) Building plan in triplicate.
(B) For laying out means of access to a scheduled road or bye-pass with particulars as under:-
(i) Name of road/or bye-pass to which access desired.
(ii) Point at which access desired indicating number of mile stone or furlong stone etc.
(iii) Layout of the junction of the access with the  road or by-pass.
(iv) Reason for which access required.
(v) Applicant’s title to land under the proposed access.
(vi) Revenue particulars of the land under the proposed access.
I/We enclose a site plan indicating the proposed access.
(C) For erecting or re-erecting a motor-fuel-filling station or a bus queue-shelter.
The following plans are enclosed:-
(i) site plan in triplicate indicating location of the proposed station or shelter with reference to
the mile stone or furlong stone.
(ii) building plan in triplicate.

                                                                               Yours faithfully,

                                                                                  Name and Full Address.

***

FORM SR-III

(See rule 7)

Form of order of grant or refusal to grant permission  under section 3 of the

Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled  Areas Restriction of

Unregulated Development Act, 1963.

To
---------------
----------------

Sir,

Reference your application dated --------for permission to ------

(a) erect or re-erect building;
(b) laying out means of access to a road;
(c) erection or re-erection of motor-fuel-filling stations or busqueue-shelter;
in accordance  with the plans submitted by you, permission is hereby ---------
(a) granted for the aforesaid work;
(b) refused for reasons given on the reverse;
(c) granted subject to the conditions given below:-
----------------
----------------

                                                                    Yours faithfully

                                                                   Director

***

FORM CL-I

(See rule 11)

Form of application by a coloniser for  permission under section 8 of the Punjab Scheduled

Roads and Controlled  Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963.

To

The Director,
Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana
Chandigarh
Controlled Area…………….
Sir,
I/We beg to apply for permission to change the existing use of land for the  purpose of setting up a
colony by sub-dividing and developing into building plots for residential/Industrial /commercial/Other purpose.
2.   I/We enclose the following documents in triplicate:-
 (i) Copy or copies  of all title deeds and/or other documents showing the interest  as coloniser
 in the  land  under the  proposed colony, along with a list of such deeds and/or other documents.
 (ii) a copy of the Shajra Plan showing the location of the colony along with  the name of the
revenue estate, Khasra number of each field and area  of each field.
 (iii) A guide map on a scale of not less than 1 Kilometre to 10 centimetre  showing the  location
of the colony in relation to surrounding  geographical features to enable the identification
of the site.
 (iv) A survey plan of the land under the colony on a scale of 1'' to one hundred feet showing the spot level at a distance of 100 feet and where necessary, contour plans. The survey will also show the boundaries, and dimensions of the said land, the location of streets, buildings, and premises within a distance of at least 100 feet of the said land and existing means of access to it from existing roads;
 (v) Layout plan of the colony on a scale of 1'' to one hundred feet showing the existing and proposed means of access to the colony the width of streets, sizes and types of plots, sites reserved for open spaces, community buildings and schools with area under each and proposed building lines on the front and sides of plots;
 (vi) An explanatory note explaining the salient feature of the proposed colony, in particular the sources
of water supply arrangement  for  disposal and treatment of storm and sullage water and
sites for disposal and treatment of storm and  sullage water.
 (vii) Plans showing the cross-sections of the proposed roads showing in particular width
of the proposed carriage ways, cycle  tracks and footpaths, green verges, position of electric
poles and of any other works connected with such roads.
 (viii) Plans referred to in clause (vii) above indicating, in addition the position of sewers, storm
water channels, water supply and any other public health services.
 (ix) Detailed specifications and designs of road works shown in clause (vii) above
and estimated costs  thereof;
 (x) Detailed  specifications  and designs of sewerage, storm, water and  water supply schemes
with estimated cost of each;
 (xi) Detailed specification and design for disposal and treatment of storm and sullage water
and estimated costs of works.
2.         The names and qualification of the Engineers responsible for the execution of the 
            development works of the colony are given below and the engineer has also signed below
            in token of his engagement:-
     
Name of Engineer Qualification of Engineer Mentioned in column 1 Signature of Engineer Mentioned in column 1
1.    
2.    
3.    
Dated: Your faithfully

                                                                 (Name and full address)

***

FORM CL-II

(See Rule 19)

Agreement by a coloniser intending to set up a colony

 

This AGREEMENT made on the -----day of-------one thousand nine hundred and sixty-------------

between Shri ------- son of Shri -----------resident (hereinafter called the coloniser) of the one Part and Government of Punjab acting through DIRECTOR, TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DEPARTMENT, Haryana, of the other part (hereinafter referred to as the “Government”).
(i) WHEREAS  the  coloniser is seized of or otherwise well entitled to the land mentioned in Annexure
hereto, which said  land is within the controlled area and is affected by the provision of Punjab Scheduled roads and controlled areas restrictions of unregulated  Development Act, 1963, and rules made thereunder, hereinafter, referred to as the Act and rules.
(ii) AND WHEREAS under rule 19 of the said rules one  of the conditions for the grant for permission is
that the coloniser shall enter into an agreement for carrying out and completion of development works
in accordance with the permission finally granted.

NOW THIS DEED WITNESSTH AS FOLLOWS:-

1. In consideration of the Director agreeing to grant permission to the coloniser  to  set up the said colony
on the land mentioned in Annexure here to on the fulfillment of all the conditions laid down in rule 19
by the coloniser,  the coloniser hereby covenants as follows:-
(a) That the coloniser shall be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all roads, open spaces, public parks and public health services for a period of five years from the date of issue of the completion certificate under rule 22 unless earlier relieved of this responsibility by the Government or a local authority, as the case may be, when the coloniser shall transfer all such roads, open spaces, public parks and public health services free of cost to the Government or the local authority, as the case may be;
(b) That the coloniser shall at his own cost construct or get constructed by any other institution or individual at its cost, schools, hospitals, community centers and other community buildings on the land set apart for this purpose, or if so desired by the Government shall transfer to it at any time it may desired free of cost and thus set apart for schools, hospitals, community centers and other community buildings, in which case the Government shall be at liberty to transfer such land to any person or institution including a local authority on such terms and conditions as it may lay down.
(c) That the coloniser shall permit the Director or other officer authorized by him in this behalf to inspect the execution of the layout and the development works in the colony and the coloniser shall carry out all directions issued by them  for ensuring due compliance of the execution of the layout and development works in accordance with the permission granted.
(d) That the coloniser shall pay proportionate development charges as and when, required and as determined by the Director in respect of laying out and construction of main lines of roads, sewerage, drainage, water supply and electricity if and when laid by the Government, or any other local authority.
(e) That without prejudice to anything contained in this agreement all the mandatory provisions
contained in the Act and the rules shall be  binding on the coloniser.
2. Provided always and it is hereby agreed that if the coloniser shall commit any breach of the terms and conditions of this agreement or violate any mandatory provision of the Act or rules, then and in any such case, and notwithstanding the waiver of any previous cause or right, the Director, may revoke the permission granted to him
3. Upon revocation of the permission under clause 2 above and Director may carry out and complete or cause to be carried out or completed the development works in the colony and recover such charges as may be incurred on the said development works from the Bank standing at guarantee for the carrying out of the works by the coloniser ( to the extent of the guarantee).
4. That the coloniser shall be entitled to the refund  of the earnest money deposited by him within six months
of the grant of permission under rule 20 subject to deductions  of such charges therefrom as may  be
determined by the Director for the security of the plans, estimates and works in respect of the colony.
5. The stamp and registration charges on this deed shall be borne by the coloniser.
6. The expression the  ‘coloniser’ hereinfore used shall include his heirs, legal representatives, successors
and permitted assigns.
7. After the layout and development works or part there of in respect of the colony or part there of have been completed and a completion certificate in respect there of issued, the Director may on an application in this behalf from the coloniser, release within a period of six months of the date of the application the Bank guarantee or part there of as the case may be, after adjusting the expenditure, if any , incurred as provided under rule 24(5);

provided that if the completion of the colony is taken in parts only the part of bank guarantee corresponding to the part of the colony completed shall be released and provided further that always 1/5th of the bank guarantee  shall be kept unreleased to ensure upkeep and maintenance of the colony or the part thereof as the case may be for a period of five years from the date of issue of the completion certificate under rule 22 or earlier till such time as the coloniser is earlier relieved of the responsibilities in this behalf by the Government or a local authority. IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE COLONISER AND THE DIRECTOR have signed this deed on the day and year first above written.

     
Signed by The Director The coloniser
     

Witnesses

***

FORM CL-III

(See Rule 20 (2)

Form of refusal or grant of permission for setting up a colony

Reference your application dated -----------for setting up a residential/industrial/commercial colony
in the controlled area at ……………..
(1) Permission is hereby refused for reasons mentioned below:-
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
(2) Permission is hereby  granted subject to the conditions:-
(a) that the colony is laid out to conform to the approved layout  plans and development works
are executed according to the designs and specifications shown in the approved plan
accompanying this permission.
(b) that the conditions of the  agreement already executed are duly fulfilled and  the provisions
of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Area Restriction of Unregulated Development
Rules, 1965, duly complied with.

                                                         Director,

                                                        Town and Country Planning , Haryana

     

***

FORM CL-IV

[See Rule 22 (1)]

To,
The Director,
Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana,
Chandigarh.
Dear sir,
Kindly refer to your order No…………dated ……… granting permission to the setting up of a colony
in the controlled area………….
I/We have to intimate that the said colony has been laid out and completed /part of the colony as shown on the enclosed plan has been completed in all respects as per permission accorded by you. I/We, therefore, request that a completion certificate in respect of the whole colony/ the said part of the colony may kindly be issued to us as required under rule 22(1). As required I/We enclose the layout plan of the colony in triplicate showing the whole Area/part thereof over which the said works have been completed.
     

Date:                                                                                                     Yours faithfully

     

Place                                                                                                   (Name and address)

***

FORM CL-V

[ See rule 22(2)]

 

To

-------------------
-------------------
Reference your application requesting for completion  certificate in respect of your colony/part of
 colony for which permission was granted, vide this office No. ……………dated………………..
2.         It is hereby certified that the required development works on the whole of the colony/part of
the colony as indicated in the enclosed layout, duly signed by me.
(1) have been  completed to my satisfaction.
     

                        or

(2) have not been completed as per details given below:-
……………………….
1.
2.
3.

                                                               Director,

                                                                  Town and Country Planning ,

     

                                                               Haryana, Chandigarh

***

FORM CL-VI

(See Rule 24(1)

 

To

-------------------
-------------------
Whereas it has come to my notice that:-
(a) The execution  of the layout plan and the development works have not been commenced 
within three months of the order of the grant of  permission  to you.
    (b)

Layout of the colony has not been done as per approved layout plan and is deficient in

following respect:-
1.
2.
3.
(c) Development works are not being executed as per permission granted in this
behalf and are deficient in following respects:-
1.
2.
3.
2.         You are hereby required to set the aforesaid deficiencies and deviations in order within
a period of ………………..

                                           Director,

                                                Town and Country Planning ,

                                             Haryana, Chandigarh

***

FORM CL-VII

(See Rule 24(2)

Whereas a notice under rule 24 (1) was issued to you, vide No…………..dated………………
And whereas despite this notice you have failed to comply with that notice. You are hereby required to show cause within one month why the permission already granted to you under rule 20 in respect of the aforesaid colony should not be cancelled. If no reply is received within one month it will be presumed that you have no cause to show, and further action will be taken in accordance with the rules.

                                                   Director,

                                                     Town and Country Planning, Haryana,

***

FORM CLU-I

(See rule 26-A)

Form of application by a person other than coloniser for permission under section 8 of the Punjab Scheduled
Roads and Controlled Area Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963,
 

To

The Director,
Town and Country Planning Department,
Haryana, Chandigarh.
Controlled Area………………
 

Sir,

   

I/We beg to apply for permission to change the existing use of land for the purpose of developing the

 land into buildings for residential/industrial/commercial/other purposes.           
 I/We enclose the following documents in triplicate.
(1) A survey of the land on a scale of 1” to forty feet showing the existing means of access to
the said  land.
(2) Copy of the deed showing the title of the applicant to the land.
     

Dated:-                                                                                                Yours faithfully,

                                                                                                        Name and full address.

***

FORM CLU-II

(see rule 26-D)

Agreement by a person other than coloniser intending to change the existing use of the land in a controlled area.
THIS AGREEMENT  made on the …………day of………one thousand, nine hundred and sixty………….between
Shri ……… son of  shri…………..resident of …………(hereinafter called the ‘Promisee’) of the one part and the
Governor of Haryana acting through the Director, Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana
(hereinafter referred to as the “Government”) of the other part.
(i) WHEREAS the promisee is seized of or otherwise shall entitled to the land mentioned in Annexure hereto, which said land is within the controlled area of ………. And is affected by the provisions of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963, and the rule made thereunder, hereinafter referred as the Act and Rule;
(ii) AND WHEREAS under rule 26-D of the said rules one of the conditions for the grant of permission is that the promisee shall enter into an agreement for fulfilling the conditions in accordance with the permission finally granted. Now This Deed Witnessth As Follows:-
(1) In consideration of the director agreeing to grant permission to the promisee to build…… on the land mentioned in Annexure, hereto on the fulfillment of all the condition of rule 26-D by the Promisee, the Promisee hereby covenance as follows:-
(a) That the promisee shall pay proportionate development charges which shall be a first change on the said land as and when required and as determined by the Director in respect of external development works which may be carried out in the area for , the benefit of the said land.
(b) That the promisee shall be responsible for making arrangement for the disposal of affluent to the satisfaction of the Direction.
(c) That the promisee shall get the plan approved from the Director before commencing any construction on the said land.
(d) That the promisee shall not except with the previous permission of the Director sell the said land or portion thereof unless the said land has been put to use permitted by the Director and to use the said land only for the purpose permitted by the Director.
(e) That the Promisee shall start the construction on the said land within a period of six months from the date of issue of orders permitting the change of land use.
(2) Provided always and it is hereby agreed that if the Promisee shall commit any breach of the terms and conditions of this agreement then, notwithstanding the waiver of any previous cause or rights, the Director may revoke the permission granted to him.
(3) Upon revocation of the permission under clause 2 above the Director may recover the proportionate development charges incurred on the said development works pertaining to the said land, as may be determined by the Director from the Bank Standing as Guarantee.
(4) The stamp and registration charges on this deed shall be borne by the Promisee.
(5) The expression the “Promisee” herein before used shall include his heirs legal representatives, successors and permitted assigns.
     

Signed by witnesses                          The Director                                             The Promisee

***

FORM CLU-III

(See Rule 26-E)

Form of refusal or grant of permission to change the existing use of the  land.
   

Reference your application dated …………… for constructing  residential/industrial/commercial building

in the controlled are at ……………………..
(1) Permission is hereby refused for reasons mentioned below:-
__________________________
__________________________
(2) Permission is hereby granted subject to the following conditions:-
a) that the building is constructed to confirm to the approved plans accompanying this
permission: and
b) that the conditions of the agreement already executed are dully fulfilled and the provisions
of the Punjab Scheduled roads and Controlled Area Restrictions of Unregulated Development Rules,
1965, are duly complied with.

                                      Director,

                                            Town and Country Planning, Haryana.

***

FORM AC-I

( See rule 27)

To
__________________
__________________
 

Sir,

I/We beg to apply for permission for laying out means of access in the controlled area ………of
which details are given below:-
(i) Name of the road to which access desired
(ii) Points at which access desired indicating the number of  milestone/furlong stone.
(iii) Reasons for access.
(iv) Applicant’s title to land under the  proposed access.
(v) Revenue particulars of the land  under the proposed access.
2.    As required, I/We enclose a site plan in triplicate indicating the  proposed  access and details
of the proposed junctions.
   

3.    I/We also enclose a plan showing the  cross-section in triplicate of the proposed access road

indicating thereon the width proposed to be metalled and the specifications thereof and hereby
undertake to construct the  same accordingly.
     

Dated                                                                                               Yours faithfully 

     

                                                                                                       Name and Address

***

FORM AC-II

(See Rule 30)

Form of grant/refusal to grant permission  for laying out means of access to a road
within a controlled area.
To
________________
________________
Sir,
   

Reference your application, dated--------for permission to layout means of access to road. 

  In accordance with the  plan submitted with it, permission is hereby:-
(a) refused for reasons given below:-
_____________________
_____________________
(b) granted subject to the conditions given below:-
_____________________
_____________________
Note.- This sanction will remain valid for a period of the one year during  which the access should  be
laid and completed in  all respects.
(in case of (b) above).

                                                                       Yours faithfully,

                                                                       Director

***

FORM BK-I

(See Rule –32)

Application  for a licence for setting  up charcoal kiln/ pottery kiln, lime/kiln,

brick-kiln or brick field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar in a

controlled area under Section 8 of the Act.

 

To

______________
______________
Sir,
I/We beg to apply for grant/renewal of licence for the setting up of charcoal-kiln/ pottery kiln, lime/kiln,
brick-kiln or brick field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar in a controlled Area--
2.    As required, I/We submit the following in triplicate:-
(i) a guide map on a scale of not less than 6” to a mile showing the location of the site within
the controlled area.
(ii)

a site plan on a scale of not less than 1” to 40” showing the boundaries of the land, the portion

of the land which is to be excavated and portion in which kiln or machinery is to be installed.
(iii) a cross-section through the portion of the land proposed for excavation showing:-
     

(a) existing levels, and

     

(b) the average levels to which it is to be excavated.

3. I/We enclose a demand draft for (Rs.1500) in lieu of the  prescribed fees.
[4. Copy of the deed showing the title of the applicant to land.]

                                                                    Yours faithfully,

Dated;

Address                                           

***

FORM BK-II

(See Rule-35)

Form of licence under Section 8 of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of
Unregulated  Development Act, 1963, for setting up a charcoal-kiln/ pottery kiln, lime/kiln, brick-kiln
or brick field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar in a controlled Areas.
Name and address of licence……………………..
Purpose of licence………………………………….
Description of land covered by licence……………..
1. Licence is hereby granted under Section 8 of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Area Restriction
of Unregulated Development Act, 1963 with particulars given below:-
2. This licence is applicable only to the land indicated in the attached site plan bearing my signature and
seal of the  office.
3. This licence is valid upto ……….31st December, 19
Renewed up to……………………..31st December, 19
Renewed up to……………………..31st December, 19
Renewed up to……………………..31st December, 19
4. This licence is subject to the  following conditions:-
(i) The position of the land earmarked for excavation  as shown in the site plan shall alone
be excavated.
(ii) The excavation shall not exceed  a depth on 5 feet.
(iii) No permanent building shall be constructed on the site.
Dated……      Director

***

3[FORM BR-I

( See Rule-39)

Form of application

 

Class of building-Residential/Commercial/Institutional/Warehousing/Industrial

 

From

________________
________________
 

To

The Director, Town and Country Planning, Haryana
Chandigarh.
Sir,
I/We apply for permission to erect/re-erect/add to alter a building/wall in accordance with the plans
submitted herewith on the  site Nos.-__________street __________at__________
   

2.   I/We attach:-

 (a) a site plan (in triplicate) showing the position of the site proposed to be built upon as required by the rules.3[alongwith an un-editable Compact Disc/DVD or any other electronic medium permissible by Director from time to time containing the drawings so submitted;]
 (b) Plans elevations and sections in triplicate as required by the rules.3[alongwith an un-editable Compact Disc/DVD or any other electronic medium permissible by Director from time to time containing the drawings so submitted;]
 (c) drainage  plans, engineering drawings (structural) in triplicate as required by the rules 3[alongwith an un-editable Compact Disc/DVD or any other electronic medium permissible by Director from time to time containing the drawings so submitted;]
(d) Structural plans (for record), as per Form BR-V(A1)/BR-V(a2), as may be applicable; 
(e) Fire Safety design as required in the National Building Code as approved by the State Fire Authority. Alternatively an undertaking to the effect that the fire safety plans duly approved by the State Fire Authority will be submitted within sixty days;
(f) Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning (H.V.A.C) service plans, wherever required;
(g) Specifications of the proposed building (in troplicate) in Form BR-II;
(h) Certificate of conformity to regulation and structural safety for the relevant buildings (depending upon type and height) in Form BR-V(A1) or BR-IV(A2); and
(i) Demand draft no...................., drawn on ............ (Bank), favouring, Director, Town and Country Planning, Haryana for Rs........... as scrutiny fees, as prescribed under the rules.
    3.  The constructions of the building will be undertaken as per the approved building plan, structural design given by the Structural Engineer, fire safety design as approved by the competent authority and got supervised through the following Architect/Engineer: 
    A. Architect:
    (i) Name of Architect:
    (ii) Council of Architect Registration No. __________, valid upto__________.
    (iii) Complete Address
    B. Engineer:
    (i) Name of Engineer:
    (ii) Registration No. (if any) ______________,
    (iii) Qualification:
    (iv) Complete Address
     

Dated                                                                                                        Signature of applicant]

Enclosures

***

FORM BR-II

( See Rule 39)

The materials to be used in the construction to be clearly specified under the following heads:-
     
 

Items

Specifications
(a) Foundations  
(b) Walls  
(c) Damp-proof course  
(d) Floors  
(e) Roofs  
(f) Windows and Doors and other wood-work  
(g) Steel work  
(h) Internal finish  
(i) External finish.  

Signature of applicant

Signature

Supervisor-cum-Architect.

***

FORM BR-III

( See Rule 44)

Form of Sanction

From
The Director,
Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana
Chandigarh.
To
_________________
_________________
Memorandum No

Dated  the ………………..

Reference you application for permission to erect/re-erect-add to /alter a building on plot No. …………
in accordance with the plans submitted with it.
Permission is hereby;-
 (i) granted for the aforesaid construction subject to the provisions of the Punjab  Scheduled Roads
and Controlled Areas Restriction of  Unregulated Development Act, 1963, and rules framed thereunder:-
 (ii) refused for reasons given below:-
     

____________________

 (iii) Sanctioned for construction subject to the following amendments:-
     

____________________

     

Director.

Encloses

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1[FORM BR-IV(A)

(See rule 47( 2) }

Application for permission to occupy

From
_________________
_________________
To
The Director,
   

Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana

Chandigarh.
Sir,
I/We hereby give you notice that the building /part-of-building described below and sanctioned vide your order No._______, dated________, has been completed on __________in all respect according to the sanctioned plans and the structural design made for the same and the suggested modifications have been carried out.

Description of Building

Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
2.  The modifications made to the building plans and carried out at site during the course of construction are submitted herewith:
 __________________________________________________
  __________________________________________________
3.  Corresponding to the above modifications made in the building plan, the necessary amendments were also carried out in the structural design and implemented at site.
4.  Completion certificate from the architect/engineer who supervised the construction of the building is submitted herewith.
5.  Kindly issue an occupation certificate as required by rule 47(1) of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965.
    Dated_______________
    Signature of the Architect/Engineer supervising
the construction at site

                                                                                   Signature of applicant

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FORM BR-V (B)

( See Rule 47(2)

For Building other than Residential and Commercial Buildings upto 3 storeys or less than 11 meter height.

Application for permission to occupy

From
_________________
_________________
  To
    The Director,
   

Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana

    Chandigarh.
  Sir
    I/We hereby give you notice that the building /part-of-building described below and sanctioned vide your order No._______, dated________, has been completed on __________in all respect according to the sanctioned plans and the structural design made for the same and the suggested modifications have been carried out.
   

Description of Building

    Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
    Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
    Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
6.  The modifications made to the building plans and carried out at site during the course of construction are submitted herewith:
 __________________________________________________
     __________________________________________________
7.  Corresponding to the above modifications made in the building plan, the necessary amendments were also carried out in the structural design and implemented at site.
   

8.  Completion certificate from the architect/engineer who supervised the construction of the building is submitted herewith.

9.  Kindly issue an occupation certificate as required by rule 47(1) of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965.
Dated_______________           Signature of applicant.
Signature of the Architect/Engineer supervising the construction at site ______________
Signature of the Architect/Engineer supervising the construction at site ______________

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FORM BR-V (1)

( See Rule 47(2)

For Building other than Residential and Commercial Buildings upto 3 storeys or less than 11 meter height.

Completion certificate by an Architect/Engineer in respect of building on:
Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
It is hereby certified that the above work has been supervised by us and has been completed to my satisfaction in accordance with the sanctioned building plans and its structural design. The workmanship and all the material used for construction meet the specifications laid down in the National Building Code. No. provision of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965, and no rules made, conditions prescribed or order issued thereunder has been transgressed in the course of the work.
Dated ___________________

Signature of the Architect                       Signature of the Engineer.

     

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FORM BR-V (2)

( See Rule 47(2)

For Building other than Residential and Commercial Buildings upto 3 storeys or less than 11 meter height.

Completion certificate by the  Architect and the Engineer in respect of building on:
Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
It is hereby certified that the above work has been supervised by us and has been completed to our  satisfaction in accordance with the sanctioned building plans and its structural design as checked and certified by the proof consultant. The workmanship and all the material used for construction meet the specifications laid down in the National Building Code. No. provision of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965, and no rules made, conditions prescribed or order issued thereunder has been transgressed in the course of the work.
Dated ___________________

Signature of the Architect                       Signature of the Engineer.

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FORM BR-V (A1)

( See Rule 38(xxix-a) and 39(l)(g), para 2(d) of Form BR-I, 47(2) 47(2)]

Certificate of conformity to rules and structural safety for Residential and Commercial Buildings up to 3 storeys or less than 11 meter height

Certificate to be submitted alongwith the building application in Form BR-1 duly signed by the Architect and the Structural Engineer.
Detail of the building for which the certificate is issued
Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
A. Building Plan:
(i) Name of Architect: ______________________
(ii) Council of Architect Registration No. ______________________, valid upto  _______________
(iii) Complete Address ____________________________________________
B. Structural Design:
(i) Name of Engineer : ______________________
(ii) Registration No. (if any) ______________________
(iii) Qualifications and experience_______________________________
(iv) Complete Address ____________________________________________
Certificate
It is herby certified that the plans submitted in Form BR-1 for the building detailed above, are in accordance with the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965, as amended from time to time and the approved zoning plan of the plot. The structure has been designed in accordance with the provisions the National Building Code and the relevant Indian Standard Codes (with latest amendments) including Indian Standard Codes for structures resistant to earthquakes and the natural hazards. The local soil conditions, its load bearing capacity and the underground water  table etc. have been kept in view while designing the same.
Dated ___________________

Signature of Owner                             Signature of the Architect                    Signature of the Structural Engineer.

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FORM BR-V (A2)

( See Rule 38(xxix-a) and 39(l)(g), para 2(d) of Form BR-I, 47(2) 47(2)]

Certificate of conformity to rules and structural safety for Buildings other than and Commercial Buildings upto 3 storeys or less than 11 meter height

Certificate to be submitted alongwith the building application in Form BR-I duly signed by the Architect and Structural Engineer and the Proof consultant.

Detail of the building for which the certificate is issued
Plot No._____________, Sector__________, Colony _________________ City/Town____________________.
Name of the owner_____________________________________________________
Complete address of the owner____________________________________________________
A. Building Plan:
(i) Name of Architect: ______________________
(ii) Council of Architect Registration No. ______________________, valid upto  _______________
(iii) Complete Address ____________________________________________
B. Structural Design:
(i) Name of Engineer : ______________________
(ii) Registration No. (if any) ______________________
(iii) Qualifications and experience_______________________________
(iv) Complete Address: ____________________________________________
Certificate
It is hereby certified that the plans submitted in Form BR-I for the building detailed above, are in accordance with the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules. 1965, as amended from time to time and the approved zoning plan of the plot. The structure has been designed in accordance with the provisions of the National Building Code and the relevant Indian Standard Codes (with latest amendments) including Indian Standard Codes for structures resistant to earthquakes and other natural hazards. The local soil conditions, its load bearing capacity and the underground water table etc. have been kept in view while designing the same.
Dated ___________________

Signature of Owner                     Signature of the Architect                   Signature of the Structural Engineer.

The structural design has been checked by me and has been found to be in order. The design ins in accordance with the provisions of the National Building Code and the relevant Indian Standard Codes (with latest amendments) including Indian Standard Codes for structures resistant to earthquakes and other natural hazards. The local soil conditions, its load bearing capacity and the underground water table etc. have been kept in view while designing the same.
Dated ___________________

Signature of Proof consultant.]

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SCHEDULE I

(See Rule 38 (iii)

One of the following of higher qualifications shall be essential:-
(1) Qualification  recognized by the Institute of Engineers, India in the Civil Engineering Branch for
Associate Membership of the  Institute.
(2) Qualifications recognized by the Indian Institute of Architects for Associateship of the Institute.
(3) Qualifications recognized by the Institute of Town planners, India, for Associateship of the  Institute
 with Engineering or Architectural background.

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SCHEDULE II

(See Rule 67 (1))

1. Dead Loading.- For the purpose of calculating the  dead loading of a building or any part of a building the
weights of the materials shall be assumed to be those set out in British Standard Specifications No. 648-1935 (Schedule of Unit Weights or Building Materials), or if not set out in that specifications shall be determined by test.
2. Superimposed Loading.- For the purpose of calculating the super-imposed loading on beams, pillars, piers and walls,
the minimum superimposed load on each floor and on the roof of a building shall be estimated as equivalent
to the dead load specification in the following table for the appropriate type of building floor or roof:-
   
Serial No.

Description of building floor or roof

Pounds per sq. foot of floor area
1. Rooms or residential buildings, flats, hotels, hospital rooms and wards, corridors, staircases and landings of residential building & flats 40
2. Office floors above entrance floor 50
3. Office-entrance floors and floors below entrance floor 80
4. Religious places, schools, reading  rooms, art galleries and similar buildings. 70
5. Retail shops and garages for cars of not  more than two tons dead weight. 80
6. Assembly halls, drill halls, dance halls, light work-shops, public spaces in hotels, hospital corridors, stair-cases and landings for the buildings mentioned in this table other than described at serial No. 1 above; cinemas, restaurants and and grand stands. 100
7. Warehouses, book-stores, stationery stores and buildings similarly used, and garages for motor vehicles exceeding two tons dead weight. Actual load to be calculated but not less than. 200
8. Flat roofs and roofs inclined at an angle with the 30
9. Roofs  inclined at an angle with the horizontal of  more than twenty degrees ( per square foot of covered areas.) 10
    (a) For the purpose of calculating the total load to be carried on pillars, piers and wall of buildings of more than two storeys in height; the superimposed loads for the rood and topmost storey shall be calculated in full in accordance with the schedule of loading set out above, but for the lower storeys a reduction of superimposed loads may be allowed as under:-
Reduction of superimposed loads on pillars, piers and walls;

For the first storey below the topmost storey- 10 per cent reduction of its superimposed load.

For the second storey below the topmost storey- 20 per cent reduction of its superimposed load.

For the fourth storey below the topmost storey- 40 per cent reduction of its superimposed load.

For the fifth storey and each lower storey below the topmost storey- 50 per cent reduction of its superimposed load.

These reductions may be made by estimating the proportion of floor area carried by each pillar, pier or wall. No such reduction shall be allowed on any floor scheduled for an applied superimposed load exceeding one hundred pounds per square foot.
(b) except as hereinafter provided, the wind pressure on a building shall be assumed to be not less than
twenty pounds per square foot in any horizontal direction:
Provided that where the height of a building is less than twice its width and where the building
is stiffened by walls and floors the wind pressure may be neglected.
(c) A superimposed load which may roll or move on  wheels shall be calculated as being equivalent to
a static loading which exceeds the weight of the rolling of moving load by not less than fifty per cent.
3. Partitions.- Where the position of a partition in a building is definitely located in the design, the actual
weight of the partition shall be included in the dead floor load, Where the position of a partition is not definitely located in the design, a uniformly distributed load sufficient to allow for it, shall be added to the dead floor load, and for all such floors used for offices the minimum total allowance for partitions shall be at the rate of twenty pounds per square foot of floor area.
     

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SCHEDULED III

(See Rule 95 and 125)

One of the following or higher qualifications shall be essential:-
(1) Member of the royal Sanitary Institution (England or  an equivalent registration in any other
foreign country).
(2) Diploma is Sanitary Engineering from Victoria Jubilee Institution of Bombay or from any
other recognized institution.
(3) Diploma in Civil engineering from any College or institution  recognized by Government.
(4) Licensed plumber of at least  5 years standing with the Municipal Corporation of Delhi,
Bombay, Calcutta or Madras.
(5) Ten years practical experience  in sanitary installation with a firm of repute or under
licenced plumber.

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1[SCHEDULED IV

Rate of conversion charges in the Controlled Areas in the States

(Rates Rupees per square meter)

     
Potential Zone Hyper-Potential High-Potential Medium Potential Low Potential

Name of Controlled Area

 

Controlled areas forming part of the Development Plan Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex. Controlled areas declared in Gurgaon District excluding the controlled areas forming part of the Development Plan Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex and controlled area forming part of Development Plan of Pataudi and Farukhnagar but including part of Sohna Development Plan, controlled areas of Faridabad-Ballabhgarh Complex, controlled areas of Sonipat-Kundli Multifunctional Urban Complex, Panipat and periphery controlled area of Panchkula. Controlled areas around towns i.e. Karnal, Kurukshetra, Ambala City, Ambala Cantt., Yamuna Nagar, Jagadhri, Bahadurgarh, Hisar, Rohtak, Rewari, Bawal-Dharuhera Complex, Gannaur, Palwal, Hodel, controlled areas declared in Faridabad District (excluding the controlled areas of Faridabad-Ballabgarh Complex), Oil refinery Panipat (Beholi) and Controlled Areas forming part of the Development Plan, Prithla.     All other controlled areas declared in the State
     
  Abutting on Abutting on Abutting on Abutting on
Use NH SR/Sector Road Other Road NH SR/Sector Road Other Road NH SR/Sector Road Other Road NH SR/Sector Road Other Road
Residential 210 158 105 158 125 105 100 80 60 30 20 15
Low density ECO friendly colonies 420 316 210 316 250 210 200 160 120 60 40 30
Commercial

(i) Commercial Projects like Motel with Banquet facility, 5-Star Hotel, Resort for 150% Floor Area Ratio (FAR) permission granted under provisions of Act No.41 of 1963

4700 4500 4300 2600 2400 2200 1200 1100 800 350 300 250

(ii) Other Commercial Projects, which are not mentioned above.

                       
(a) upto 150% FAR 1470 1260 1050 1260 1050 840 700 600 350 200 150 100
(b) above 150% FAR 1715 1470 1225 1470 1225 980 816 700 408 235 175 116
Industrial 100 100 100 80 80 80 80 50 50 50 30 30
Integrated Inland Container Depots/Custom Bounded Areas 200 200 200 160 160 160 100 100 100 60 60 60
Warehouses for agro produces 100 100 100 80 80 80 50 50 50 30 30 30
Warehouses other than agricultural produces 150 150 150 120 120 120 75 75 75 45 45 45
Institutional 158 126 105 105 84 63 60 40 30 20 15 10
Recreational 200 200 200 160 160 160 100 100 100 60 60 60
Notes: 1. Abbreviation used indicate NH: National highway, SR: Scheduled road

2.

Sector road is the sector dividing road as indicated on the Development plan
3. Where a piece of land falls in more than one category, the higher/highest rate shall apply.
4. 50 percent conversion charges shall be charged for food processing unit located in industrially backward are declared by the Industries Department, Haryana.
5. No conversion charges and scrutiny fee shall be charged for renewable energy power projects in the State of Haryana.
    6. The commercial components like hotels, exhibition centers, restaurants, conversion centers etc. shall be charged at applicable commercial rates within the recreational projects.]

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1[SCHEDULED IV

[See Rule 49 Sixth proviso]

Rates of conversion of residential premises into non-nuisance professional services for 25% of the covered area of the covered area of the premises or 50 square meter whichever is less

Potential Hyper Potential High Potential Medium Potential Low
Name of Controlled Area Controlled Areas forming part of the Development Plan Gurgaon Manesar Urban Complex-2021 Controlled areas declared under Section 4(1)(b) in Gurgaon District (excluding the controlled areas) forming part of the Development Plan Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex-2021) including controlled areas around Sohna town, controlled areas of Faridabad-Ballabhgarh Complex, Controlled arreas of Sonipat-Kundli Multifunctional Urban Complex, Panipat and periphery controlled area of Panchkula. Controlled areas around towns i.e. Karnal, Kurukshetra, Ambala Cantt., Yamuna Nagar, Jagadhri, Bahadurgarh, Hissar, Rohtak, Rewari, Bawal-Dharuhera Complex, Gannaru, Palwal, Hodel, Controlled areas declared under section 4(1)(b) in Faridabad Distt. Oil Refinery Panipat (Beholi). All other controlled areas declared in the state.
  Rs. 060 Lac Rs. 0.50 Lac Rs. 0.30 Lac Rs. 0.20 Lac]

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FORM M-I

(See Rule 126 (a) )

Register showing particulars of all cases in which permission to erect or re-erect a building in existence before the commencement of the act and involving structural alteration or addition within 30 meters of a scheduled road or within 100 meters of a bye-pass, or for laying out means of access to a Scheduled road under Section 3 is granted or refused along scheduled roads in District .-------------------
     
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Serial No. File no. Name & full Address Date of Application Particulars of the application e.g.,whether for permission for erection or re-erection of an existing building involving structural alterations or additions; or for laying  out a means of access to a scheduled road Date  & brief particulars of the final order passed by the Director, granting or refusing the permission Remarks

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FORM M-II

(See Rule 126 (b) )

Register showing particulars of all cases in which permission to erect of re-erect a building or make
or extend an excavation or lay out means of access in a controlled area is a granted or refused
relating to the controlled area at --------------------------
     
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Serial No. File No. Name & full address Date of Application Particulars of applications the request is to erect or re-erect a building or make or extend an excavation  or layout a means of access to a road within in a Controlled Area in accordance plan Brief specification of the erection or re-erect a building or make or of means of access mentioned in column 5 Date and brief particulars of the final orders passed by the Director granting or refusing the permission Remarks

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FORM M-III

(See Rule 126 (c) )

Register showing particulars of all cases in which permission for change  of use of land within a
controlled area for the purposed of setting up a private colony is granted of refused relating to the
controlled area at ……….
     
1 2 3 4 5
Serial No. File No. Name of the person or society or firm applying for permission with full address. Date of Application Particulars of application's past experience in the Line, if any
     
6 7 8 9 10 11
Area of land proposed to be covered by the colony & name of village with the nearest number of mile-stones/ furlong stones. Date or dates of acquisition i.e purchase or agreements to purchase  the land under the colony wholly or partly. Date on which the applicant is informed the likelihood of consideration of this request, if any Date on which the land under the colony was notified under section 4 of the land Acquisition Act. Date and brief particulars of the final  order passed by the Director granting or  refusing Permission Remarks

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FORM M-IV

(See Rule 126 (d))

Register showing particulars of all cases in which licence in a controlled area for  charcoal-kiln,pottery kiln, 
lime –kiln, brick-kiln, or beick field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar or for some
similar extractive or ancillary operation if granted or refused.
     
1 2 3 4 5
Serial No. File No. Name and address of the person of Society or firm  applying for licence Date of Application Purpose of licence e.g for charcoal kiln,pottery kiln,lime-kiln, brick kiln, or brick-field or for quarrying stone, bajri, surkhi, kankar or for some other similar extractive or ancillary operation
 
     
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Particulars of past  experience of the applicant in the line Brief description of land & area on which operation is to is to be carried out. Date & brief particulars of the final orders passed by Director granting or refusing permission. Amount of licence fee paid Date on which the licence expires Date of  renewal Remarks

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FORM M-V

(See Rule 126 (e))

Register showing particulars of all cases in which order of demolition under section 12 (2)
of the Act  are issued in the controlled area at -----------------outside controlled area
in  District ---------------------
     
1 2 3 4 5 6
Serial No. File No. Particular of  reporting or detecting or Agency Name and address of unauthorised builder or defaulter Location and particulars of site where construction has taken place. Description of unauthorized construction in detail given measurements
     
7 8 9 10 11 12
Date of Issue of Demolition order Date of compliance defaulter Date of demolition departmentally in case of non-compliance by defaulter Labour charges incurred & realised with number and date of  receipt. Whether prosecution launched and if so,results Remarks

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FORM M-VI

 ( See Rule 128)

Show cause notice in respect of alleged erection or re-erection/extension on of

excavation/ laying out of means of access/change of use of land.
No……………..                                 Dated………………
To
__________________
__________________
Whereas it has been reported to me that an order of demolition under Section 12(2) should be issued
against you on account of your having-
(i) erected/re-erected a building at ………………
(ii) made or extended excavation at ………………
(iii) laid out a means of access to ……road in contravention of section 3 or section  6 or in
contravention of the conditions imposed by an order  under Section 8/Section 10 of the Act by you.
(iv) Used land situated at ……………… in contravention of provisions of sub-section (1) of section 7 by ……
2.  You are, therefore, required to show cause within a period of …..days why the said order be not issued.

Director

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FORM M-VII

( See Rule 128)

Order under Section 12(2) of the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas

Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963.
No……………..   Dated………………
To
__________________
__________________

Whereas you have-

 (i) erected/re-erected a building at………
 (ii) Made or extended excavation  at………
 (iii) Laid out a means of access to ……. Road in contravention of section 3 or section 6 or in
contravention of the conditions imposed by an order under section 8/section 10 of the Act by you.
 (iv) used  land situated at ……..in contravention of the provision of sub-section (1) of section 7 by…………………
2. You are hereby required to restore the said land to its original state including the demolition of any building/means of access wherever constructed and you fail to do so within a period of 3 months of the date of this order, I may take such measures including demolition of any building/means of access as may appear to me to be necessary, to give effect to this order, and to recover the cost of such measures from you as arrears of land revenue.

Director.

  1[FORM N-1

( See Rule 49 sixth proviso)

Application form to be made for rendering non-nuisance professional consultancy.

To

__________________
    __________________
  1. Name of the applicant__________________
  2. Premises Number and size__________________
  3. Name of colony/change of land use site__________________
  4. Sector____________________________________
  5. Detail of built up area__________________
  6. Copy of approved building plan showing duly marked area upon which mixed land use is applicable _________________________________
  7. Whether occupation certificate has been issued, if so, attested copy thereof to be attached____________________________________
  8. Details of profession____________________________________
  9. Details of anticipated visitors__________________