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Haryana amends Haryana Building Code-2017

Haryana amends Haryana Building Code-2017

Chandigarh, November 24,2020 : Haryana Town and Country Planning Department has amended the ‘Haryana Building Code-2017’.The spokesperson of the department said that Chapters 6 and 7 of Haryana Building Code-2017 have been amended. As per the amendment made in Chapter-6 (a) Code 6.3 (2) (i), for plots upto 60 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 85 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 220 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)]will be 16.5 meters. Similarly, for plots above 60 square meter area to 150 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 80 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 200 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)]will be 16.5 meters, he added.

He said that for plots above 150 square meter area to 225 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 70 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 180 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)]will be 16.5 meters. Similarly, for plots above 225 square meter area to 450 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 60 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 160 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)]will be 16.5 meters, he added.

He said that for plots above 450 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 50 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 140 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)]will be 16.5 meters.

He said that as per amendment made in Chapter-6 (b) Code 6.3 (3) (i) (a), for plots upto 100 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 66 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 165 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)] will be 16.5 meters. Similarly, for plots above 100 square meter area to 250 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 66 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 145 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)] will be 16.5 meters.

He said that for plots above 250 square meter area to 350 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 60 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 130 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)] will be 16.5 meters. Similarly, for plots above 350 square meter area to 500 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 60 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 120 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)] will be 16.5 meters.

He said that for plots above 500 square meter area to 1000 square meter area, Maximum permissible Ground Coverage will be 60 percent, Permissible basement will be Single-Level, Maximum Permissible Floor Area Ratio (FAR) will be 100 percent and Maximum permissible Height [G+3 Floor (including stilt (S+4 Floor)] will be 16.5 meters.

He said as per the amendment made in Chapter-7 code 7.17 (1) of the ‘Haryana Building Code-2017’, Fire safety protection measures will be regulated by ‘Haryana Fire Service Act, 2009’, as amended from time to time.

He said that the above amendment in the ‘Haryana Building Code’ will come into force after the release of this memorandum. It will also be uploaded on the website of the department, he added.

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