ODISHA BUILDING RULES

Salient features of Odisha Building Rules is given in the form of PDF .please click on the PDF file ODISHA BUILDING RULES

Detailed building rules can be seen by clicking on the file Odisha Gazzette

Please look out for amendments from the respective authorities.

These are only guidelines . Please consult your Architect /Consultant /respective authority before making decisions .

Salient features are as follows

  • Getting approval for a building plan from the concerned department had been a time consuming process, which also involved a lot of manual effort. To reduce the effort and time taken for the process, Building Plan Approval system had been introduced by Housing & Urban Development Department, Govt. of Odisha, which facilitates easy online submission

  • Standard Operating Procedure for obtaining Building Plan Approval for low-risk buildings (using pre-approved standardized building plans) in offline mode

  1. Select and download the standardized pre-approved building plan from http://www.urbanodisha.gov.in/BuildingPlanApprovalSystem.aspx

  1. Enter the applicant details, land details and site plan in the space provided in the downloaded pre-approved building plan.


  2. Also, download the Common Application Form (CAF) from the above mentioned link and fill all the sections such as applicant details, land owner details and land details.


  3. Attach the pre-approved building plan to the CAF and submit the application along with scrutiny fee and requisite documents as detailed in Annexure in the office of the Planning Authority or ULB.


  4. The Planning Officer may request to submit additional forms such as NOC for clearances from AAI, NMA, NHAI and in case of eco-sensitive zone, MoEF, if applicable. An SMS will be send to the applicant to comply.


  5. If there are no compliances required, then the Planning Officer generates the Demand Notice for fees payment such as Sanction fees, Construction Workers’ Welfare Cess, Retention fees, as applicable.


  6. The applicant submits the additional forms and the fees as mentioned above.


  7. Following successful submission, the Planning Officer provide the Permission letter to the applicant.


Document checklist for applying Building Plan Application for Low-Risk Buildings:

  1. Record of Right

  2. Kisam Gharabari

  3. Self-attested Site Plan with plot dimensions and road width

  4. Copy of approved layout

  5. General affidavit (as provided in CAF)

  6. Photograph of the site/ extract copy of the google maps showing the location of the siteof application, verification and approval of building plans and obtaining the approval online.

SAMPLE DRAWINGS

For structural design and architecture, please consult a reputed Engineer / Architect.of your area.

Drawings and plans of different sizes can also be downloaded from

http://www.urbanodisha.gov.in/BuildingPlanApprovalSystem.aspx

1)Steps involved in the process of obtaining a building permit

1)Any person who intends to erect, re-erect or make additions or alterations in any building or demolish any building or change of use of any building shall apply to the Authority in Form-I, as appended to the Odisha Development Authorities (Common Application Form) Rules, 2016, either online or in such other manner and as per such standard operating procedure as may be notified by the Competent Authority, from time to time.

  • The application shall be accompanied with four copies of following documents and particulars duly signed by the persons who have prepared them and the owner or the applicant, namely:—

  • A key plan drawn to a scale of not less than 1:10,000 showing the boundary and location of the site with respect to neighbourhood landmarks and means of access with minimum dimension of the key plan which shall be not less than 75 mm;

  • The site plan on a scale of 1:100 for plots up to 500 square meters in size and on a scale of 1:500 for plots above 500 square meters in size and the boundaries of the site and of any contiguous land indicating—

  • The position of the site in relation to neighbouring streets,

  • The name of the streets(s) in which the building is proposed to be situated, if any,

  • All existing buildings standing on, over or under the site including service lines,

  • The position of the building and of all other buildings, if any, which the applicant intends to erect upon his contiguous land referred to in sub-clause (a) in relation to,—

  • The boundaries of the site and in case, where the site has been partitioned, the boundaries of the portion owned by the applicant and also of the portions owned by others,

  • All adjacent streets, buildings (with number of storey and height) and premises within a distance of 12 meters of the site and of the contiguous land, if any, referred to in sub- clause (a), and

If there is no street within a distance of 12 meters of the site, the nearest existing street;

  • The means of access from the street to the building and to all other buildings, if any, which the applicant intends to erect upon his contiguous land referred to in sub-clause (a);

  • The space to be left about the building to secure free circulation of air, admission of light and access for scavenging purposes,

  • The width of the street, if any, in front of the street, if any, at the side or rear or near the buildings,

  • The direction of north point relative to the plan of the building,

  • Any physical features, such as well, drains, etc.,

  • Detail of potable water tank

  • Detail of rain water harvesting

  • Location plan, parking plans indicating the parking spaces, wherever required,

  • Such other particulars as may be specified by the Authority;

  • The plans of the buildings and elevations and sections accompanying the application shall be drawn to a scale of 1:50 for plots measuring up to 250 square meters, for plots measuring above 250 square meters to a scale of 1:100 and for plots measuring 2,000 square meters and above to a scale of 1:200 with details on a scale of 1:100 and shall,—

  • include floor plans of all floors together with the covered area clearly indicating the size and spacing of all framing members and sizes of rooms and the position of staircases, ramps and lift wells,

  • show the use or occupancy of all parts of the buildings,

  • show exact location of essential services, for example, WC, sink, bath and the like,

  • show all elevations,

  • include at least one section through the staircase;

  • include the structural arrangements with appropriate sections showing type and arrangements of footings, foundations, basement walls, structural load bearing walls, columns and beams, shear walls, arrangement and spacing of framing members, floor slabs and roof slabs with the material used for the same;

  • show all street elevations,

  • give dimension of the projected portions beyond the permissible building line,

  • include terrace plan indicating the drainage and slope of the roof,

  • give indications of the north point relative to the plan,

  • details of parking spaces provided,

  • statement and calculation sheets with regard to the plot area, floor wise details of spaces under various categories like apartments or office spaces, lobby circulation, staircase, lift, mezzanine, balconies and details of such area which are to be exempted from calculation of floor area ratio, and

  • such other particulars as may be required to explain the proposal clearly and as specified by the Competent Authority and which may also include prescription of guidelines for color coding of areas to be used for various uses, utilities etc.;

  • in case of high-rise building and special buildings, the following additional information shall be furnished and indicated in the building plan in addition to the items given in clause (iii), as applicable, namely:—

  • access to fire appliances and vehicles with details of vehicular turning circle and clear motorable access way around the buildings;

  • size(width) of main and alternative staircases along with balcony approach, corridor, ventilated lobby approach;

  • location and details of lift enclosures;

  • location and size of fire lift;

  • smoke stop lobby/door, where provided ;

  • refuse chutes and/or refuse chamber (optional), service duct, etc;

  • vehicular parking space;

  • refuse area, if any;

  • details of building services- Air-conditioning system with position of fire dampers, mechanical ventilation system, electrical services, boilers, gas pipes, etc.;

  • detail of exits including provision of ramps, etc., for hospitals and special risk buildings/uses ;

  • location of generator, transformer and switch gear room;

  • smoke exhauster system, if any; (m)details of fire alarm system network;

  • location of centralized control, connecting all fire alarm systems built-in–fire protection arrangements and public address system, etc;

  • location and dimension of static water storage tank and pump room along with fire service inlets for mobile pump and water storage tank;

  • location and details of fixed fire protection installations, such as sprinklers, wet risers, hose-reels, drenchers, etc.;

  • location and details of first-aid fire-fighting equipments/ installations;

  • longitudinal cross section of the building including size of footings, basement and super structure framing members and details of building and room heights and of staircase;

  • location of site for sanitation. (refer to Annexure-I); and

  • segregated sanitation for visitors. (refer to Annexure-II);

  • the services plan, which shall include all details of building and plumbing services and also plans, elevations and sections of private water supply, sewage disposal system and rain water harvesting system and this plan shall be made available to a scale not less than 1:100;

  • the landscape plan, which is to be developed to a scale of 1:100 for plots up to 500 square meters in size and the scale shall be 1:500 for plots above 500 square meters indicating the circulation and parking spaces, pathways, greenery and plantation etc.;

  • the waste management plan for the projects over an area of Ac.1.000 and all proposed institutional buildings and other such bulk generator of solid waste shall include Solid Waste Disposal and Management Plan as per the Solid

  • Waste Management Rules, 2016 and such plan shall also give such other details as required by the Competent Authority;

  • the External Infrastructure Development Plan (EIDP) which shall include provisions of External infrastructure such as roads, road system landscaping, Water supply, sewage and drainage system, electric supply transformer, substations, solid waste management or disposal or any other work which may have to be executed in the periphery of or outside a project for its benefit and such infrastructure works shall be maintained as per norms prescribed by Competent Authority:

  • Note.— Occupancy certificate shall be issued, only after such external infrastructure are laid down as per specifications of EIDP and for areas outside Urban Local Bodies, EIDP shall be checked and approved by Engineer Member of the Authority;

  • specifications, both general and detailed, giving type and grade of materials to be used, duly signed by the registered architect, engineer, structural engineer shall accompany with the application;

  • for building plan application over a sub-divided plot of an approved layout, the copy of the approved layout plan and permission letter shall be submitted clearly showing the proposed subdivided plot in red (fill) hatch;

3) The following documents, certificates or clearances shall be accompanied with the application submitted under sub-rule (2), namely:—

  • in case the applicant is a trust, group of persons or partnership or a company, a registered agreement between the holder of the right, title and interest and the applicant, valid under the Transfer of Properties Act, 1882 (4 of 1882) and Copies of the Agreement and Article of Association, Memorandum and the Bye- laws;

  • No Objection Certificate from the Odisha State Housing Board, Development Authority, for the additional constructions, in case the house is delivered by the Board or the Authority and sale or lease deed has not been executed;

  • Necessary environmental clearance as per the EIA notification of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India.);

  • Necessary fire safety recommendation as required under the provisions of Odisha Fire Prevention and Fire Safety Rules, 2017. (Refer Annexure-IV for standards of fire protection and fire safety requirements);

  • No Objection Certificate from Airports Authority of India, as per the Colour Coded Zoning Map (CCZM) of Airports Authority of India, wherever applicable;

  • in case of Apartments, Special buildings on plot area of 500 Square meter or above, buildings of height between 15 meter and 30 meter; the structural plan and the structural design vetted and certified by the Civil Engineering Department of any Government engineering college located in Odisha and in case of building more than 30 meters height, the Structural plan and the structural design vetted and certified by any State Resource Centre identified by the Odisha State Disaster Management Authority or Indian Institute of Technology or National Institute of Technology; and

  • Any other certificates or clearances as required under the Act or rules framed thereunder or as specified by the Competent Authority:

  • Note.— The requirement of submission of any No Objection Certificate along with application may be waived off by the Competent Authority as and when online system for building plan approvals becomes fully operational and as and when online system gets fully integrated with various Public Agencies for online issuance of No Objection Certificates.

4) The distinct features required to be shown on the plan shall be prepared in a clear and legible manner with suitable markings or notations or indexation in order to understand the submitted drawings without ambiguity:

Provided that, in case of online building plan application submission, the drawings are to be prepared in compliance to the provisions specified in the online approval system.

5) The Competent Authority may prescribe guidelines, from time to time, to standardize and to bring clarity in building plans which may include but not limited to colour code scheme for building features, colour code scheme for amenities and utilities proposed in the project, format for area analysis etc.

6)For Low-Risk Building category, the requirement for submission of documents and particulars specified under sub-rule (2) and (3) shall be, as per the provisions specified in Table below.

Table No. 1: Requirement for submission of documents and particulars for different category of projects

Sl.

No.

Category of Project

Compliances required under sub-rule (2) and (3) of rule 5

(a)

(b)

(c)

Site Plan on a scale of 1:100

Building Plan, all Elevations and atleast one

Section through staircase, drawn to a scale of 1:50

1

Low Risk Building

Clause (ii), (iii), (v), (vi),

(x) of Sub-

Rule (2) of

Rule 5

for plots measuring up to 225 square meters, and

1:100 for plots measuring above 250 square meters.

Services Plan on a scale not less than 1:100 to be shown in the site plan

Landscape Plan on a scale of 1:100 to be shown in

the site plan

Copy of approved Layout Plan and approval letter

Clause (i), (ii), (v),

Registered agreement between the holder of the

(vii) of Sub-Rule

right, title and interest and the applicant, if

(3) of Rule 5

applicable

NOC from OSHB or Development Authority, if applicable

NOC from AAI as per Colour Coded Zoning Map (CCZM) of AAI, if applicable

NOC from ASI /State Archaeology or any other site specific clearance, if applicable

7) Signing the Plans.— (1) All the plans, drawings, statements, design details before submitting to the Authority shall be signed by the applicant and the registered technical person or project management organisation, as the case may be.

Note.—

  • The project management organisation or the registered technical person shall furnish a certificate to the effect that he shall supervise the construction of the building including the structural part of the construction and shall be responsible for any deviation from the approved plan and any structural failure except caused by unprecedented natural calamities and except if the applicant or project management organisation or registered technical person intimates that their agreement has been 

  • All aspects related to structural design, building surface, plumbing, electrical installation, sanitary arrangements, fire protection shall adhere to the specification, standards and code of practice recommended in the National Building Code of India and any breach thereof shall be deemed to be a breach of the requirements under these rules.

When it comes to the notice of the Planning Member, Engineering Member, any other Member or officer of the Authority or any other person that a plan signed by registered technical person or project management organisation referred to in sub-rule (1) is in violation of the norms of this rule he shall bring this to the notice of the Competent Authority.

The Competent Authority shall issue a notice to show cause within fifteen days from the date of issue of such notice, as to why such registered technical person or project management organisation shall not be disqualified or black listed and after receipt of the explanation to the show cause, if any, the matter shall be placed before the Competent Authority for a decision on such disqualification or black listing.

The decision of the Competent Authority on such disqualification or black listing, as the case maybe shall be published in the Notice Board of the Authority and in the Website of the Authority for information of all concerned.

An appeal against an order passed under sub-rule (3) shall lie to the State Government under section 18.

Fees and Deposits.— (1) Every application for permission for building operation or development shall be accompanied by such fee as prescribed in rules 20 and 24 of the Odisha Development Authorities (Common Application Form) Rules, 2016.

In addition to the fees given in sub-rule (1), the applicant shall also pay the following fees at such rates and in such manner as decided by the Authority, from time to time , namely:—

  • (i) City Infrastructure Impact Fees;

  • (ii) Fees for temporary retention of existing building or structure;

  • (iii) Fees for change of use of land from agricultural to non-agricultural purpose;

  • (iv) Fees for change of use of building;

  • (v) Development Charges as may be notified by the State Government, from time to time;

  • (vi) Charges for Purchasable Floor Area Ratio (FAR) as notified by Authority from time to time;

  • External Infrastructure Development Fee as notified by the Authority from time to time;

  • any other charges as may be determined by the Authority.

The payment of fees and charges may be done electronically or by any other means as may be decided by the Competent Authority, from time to time.

General Important Rules to be followed in Municipality/Panchayat

Distance from Electric Lines :

As provided in clause-6.4 of the National Building Code of India, no verandah, balcony or the like shall be allowed to be erected or re- erected or any additions or alterations made to a building within the distances mentioned in Table No.2 below in accordance with the provisions made under the Electricity Act , 2003 between the building and any overhead electric supply line:

Table No. 2: Minimum distance from the electric line

Sl.

No.

Type of voltage line

Vertical distance in meters

Horizontal distance in meters

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1

Low and medium voltage lines and service lines

2.5

1.2

2

High voltage lines up to and including 11,000 Volt

3.7

1.2

3

High voltage lines above 11,000 volt and up to and including 33,000 Volt

3.7

2.0

4

Extra high voltage line beyond 33,000 Volt

3.7

(Plus 0.3 meters for every additional 33,000 volts or part thereof)

2.0

(Plus 0.3 meters for every additional 33,000 volts or part thereof)

Plantation :

(1) Provision for plantation shall be given at the rate of minimum one tree per every 80 square meters of plot area for plot sizes more than 100 square meters and planted within the open spaces of the plot.

Note.— The existing trees within the plot shall be considered for this purpose.

Where trees need to be cut, compensatory plantation for felled trees in the ratio 1:3 (i.e., planting 3 trees for every 1 tree that is cut) within the premises shall be done and maintained.

Choice of species for plantation on site and abutting the road to be adopted as per section 8 of the Urban Greening Guidelines, 2014.

At least 50% of the open spaces shall be pervious and use of grass pavers, paver blocks with at least 50% opening, landscape would be considered as pervious surface.

Minimum setbacks for low risk buildings :

  • The minimum setbacks permissible in a given size of plot for low risk building shall be as mentioned in Table No.3 below:

Table No. 3: Minimum setbacks for low-risk buildings

Sl. no

Plot size

Min Front setback

Total cumulative Front and rear Setback

Total cumulative side Setbacks

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

1

Upto 115 Sq.m

(≅ Upto 1200 Sq.ft)

1.0 m.

0 m

2

above 115 -170 sq.m

(≅1200 - 1800 Sq.ft)

1.0 m.

2.0 m.

0 m

3

above 170 –225 sq.m

(≅1800- 2400 Sq.ft)

1.0 m.

2.0 m.

1.5 m

4

Above 225 sq.m and upto 500 Sq.m

(≅ above 2400 Sq.ft and upto 5300 Sq.ft)

1.5 m.

3.0 m.

3.0 m.

2) The width of a required setback on any one side shall be maintained for the entire length of that side and cannot alternate from one side to the other.

Minimum setbacks and maximum ground coverage for other than low risk buildings :

(1) For other than low risk buildings, the open spaces around the building and ground coverage shall be as given in Table No. 4 below:

Table No. 4: Minimum setbacks and maximum ground coverage for other than low-risk buildings

Sl. no

Height of the building (in meters)

Minimum Setbacks on all sides

(in meters)

Maximum permissible Ground Coverage

(%age of total plot area)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1

Upto 12

2

2

More than 12 & less than 15

3

3

15 and upto 18

4.5

50%

4

More than 18 & upto 40

6

40%

5

More than 40

9

30%

Note: In case of high-rise buildings the exterior open space around a building for a width of 7.5 meters shall be kept unbuilt except where the open space requirement is less than 7.5 meters, the entire specified open space shall be kept unbuilt. It shall be constructed of hard surface capable of taking load of fire engine weighing up to 45 tonnes.

Open Space between buildings : (1) In case of Apartment or housing projects, the minimum distance between the buildings shall not be less than 1/3rd of the height of the taller building and the minimum width of internal road shall be 6 meters.

In all other cases, the width of such open space between the buildings on a plot shall be the setback specified in rule 32 and 33 for the tallest building subject to a minimum of three meters.

Floor Area Ratio :

(1) The Floor Area Ratio (F.A.R) for all category of buildings shall be decided on the basis of the road width on which the plot and site abuts as specified in Table No.5 below:

Table No. 5: FAR as per existing road width

Sl. no

Road width (in meters)

Base FAR

Max permissible FAR

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1

Up to 6

1.50

1.50

2

6 or more & less than 9

1.75

2.00

3

9 or more & less than 12

2.00

3.00

4

12 or more & less than 18

2.00

4.00

6

18 or more & less than 30

2.00

5.00

7

30 or more & less than 60

2.00.

6.00

8

60 and above

2.00.

7.00

Interior open space :

(1) At least one side of all the rooms intended for human habitation, if such room does not abut on the front or the rear or the side setbacks, shall abut on an interior open space whose minimum dimension shall be 3 × 3 meters, in cases of buildings up to a height of 12 meters and in cases where the height of the building is more than 12 meters, the width of the interior open space shall be increased at the rate of one meter for every additional 3 (three) meters height.

Explanation.— For removal of doubt it is hereby declared that this provision shall be applicable to all categories of buildings, including residential, apartment, commercial, institutional, administrative, assembly.

For ventilating the spaces for water closets and bathrooms ventilation shafts shall be provided with size and specifications as provided in the National Building Code of India.

Height exemption of a building :

The following appurtenant structures shall not be included in the height of the building, namely:

  • (i) roof tanks and their supports (with support height not exceeding 1 meter);

  • (ii) Ventilating, air conditioning, lift rooms and similar service equipments;

  • (iii) stair cover ( mumty) not exceeding 3.0 meter in height;

  • (iv) chimneys, parapet walls and architectural features not exceeding 1.2 meter in height; and

  • (v) height of the ceiling of the upper basement roof not exceeding 1.5 meter from the average surrounding ground level.

Exemption in open space :

 (1) Every open space provided either in the interior or exterior in respect of any building shall be kept free from any erection thereon and shall be open to the sky and no cornice, roof or weather shade of more than 0.75 meter in width shall overhang or project over such open space.

A portico of up to 2.5 meters width and 4.6 meters length with a minimum height of

2.4 meters from the plinth level may be permitted within the side setback.

  • A garage is permissible at the rear end of side open space where no openings are located on the side and rear boundary:

  • Provided that access to the top of the portico or garage shall not in any way affect the privacy of the neighbouring plot.

  • The portico provided as above shall not rest on the boundary wall and shall be open to provide through access to the rear:

Provided that where the portico is not a cantilevered one and supported by pillars,

  • A guard room, electric cabin, sub-station, area for generator set, ATM of area less than 10 square meters may be allowed in the open space, provided no exemption shall be allowed on minimum setback area.

Basement or Cellar:

(1) Basements or cellars shall not be permitted in low lying area and areas without adequate drainage facilities to ensure drainage from the basement and basement shall not be allowed in flood prone areas.

Construction of basements or cellars may be allowed by the Authority in accordance with the provisions contained in the development plan applicable to the concerned area.

The basements or cellars shall only be put to the following uses, namely:—

  • (i) storage of household or other non-combustible materials;

  • (ii) strong room, bank cellars;

  • (iii) installation of air-conditioning equipments and other machines used for service and utilities of building; and

  • (iv) Parking places.

Individual residential and small commercial buildings (plot size maximum 500 square meters) may have one basement.

Maximum two basements or cellars may be permitted to be constructed leaving the prescribed setback and open space applicable to the building.

Mezzanine :

 (1) Mezzanine floor may be permitted above any floor in all types of buildings up to an extent of one-third of the actual covered area of that floor which shall have a minimum height of 2.2 meters.

All mezzanine floors shall be counted toward FAR calculation.

10) Lighting and Ventilation

  • Every habitable room shall be furnished with sufficient number of openings such as windows and ventilators affording effectual means of admission of light and air by direct communication with the external air or shall be sufficiently lighted and ventilated by artificial means.

  • No portion of a room shall be assumed to be lighted if it is more than 7.5 metres away from the opening assumed for lighting that portion unless it is artificially lighted.

  • Windows and ventilators which open into a verandah shall be deemed to communicate with the external air, if such verandah is not more than 3 metres wide and open throughout its entire length into an open space open to the sky, the width of such open space being not less than 3.0 metres. Trellising, mesh, grill or net may, however, be provided on the open side of the verandah;

  • Every kitchen shall be ventilated according to the standards stipulated for habitable rooms and shall have suitable flue for the escape of smoke and heated air unless it is provided with an approved form of smokeless installation.

  • Every bathroom or latrine shall be provided with sufficient light and ventilation.—

  • Every bathroom or latrine shall have at least one of its walls abutting on an open space or open verandah or an air shaft if not centrally air conditioned

Rainwater harvesting system.—

(1) Provision of rainwater harvesting is mandatory for all sizes of plots, which are more than 100 square meters in area including open spaces.

Detailed technical specification for selection of appropriate rainwater harvesting system has been provided in Annexure-V.

Table No. 8: Rainwater Harvesting provisions for various building categories

Sl.No

Category / Use

Provisions to be Made

Other Conditions

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1

Residential Plotted Housing

New Proposals

Construction of Rainwater Harvesting Structure

Emphasis on both storage and reuse

2

Housing Projects

New Proposals

  1. Construction of Rainwater Harvesting Structure

  2. Concrete paving to be avoided and permeable materials to be used for all open parking spaces

Indicate the system of Storm Water Drainage, Rainwater Harvesting System and Recharge Well

3

Public and Semi Public Buildings

All Proposals

  1. Shall have Rainwater Harvesting System and Storage

  2. Shall have Recharge pits

Emphasis on both storage and reuse

4

Commercial / Mixed Use

All Proposals

  1. Construction of Rainwater Harvesting System

  2. Soft landscape provisions and open spaces with percolation pits.

  3. Common Treatment plan to be part of the integrated development

Indicate the system of Storm Water Drainage, Rainwater Harvesting System and Recharge Well.

Emphasis on both storage and reuse.

5

Industrial

All Proposals

  1. Construction of Rainwater Harvesting System

  2. Soft landscape provisions and open spaces with percolation pits.

  3. Use of abandoned bore

Indicate the system of Storm Water Drainage, Rainwater Harvesting System and Recharge Well.

Provision to be made not to inject contaminated water into recharge structures in

wells for recharging of ground water

iv. Common Treatment plan to be part of the integrated development

Industrial areas.

Care to be taken to keep such structures away from sewer lines, septic tanks, soak pits, landfill and other sources of contamination.

6

Other Proposals

Similar as above

Similar as above

Recharging of ground water is mandatory for all types of buildings having a plot area more than 225 square meters and above.

The ground water recharge shall also be mandatory for open spaces like parks, parking, plazas and playgrounds.

The dimension of recharging pits or trenches shall be at least 6 cubic meters for every 100 square meter of roof area.

Inspection of Rainwater Harvesting system shall be done before issuing Completion Certificate or NOCs for the structures.

Provisions for Green Buildings :

 (1) Green Building norms regarding water conservation and management, solar energy utilization, energy efficiency and waste management, as given in the Table No.10 below, shall be mandatorily provided in the residential and non-residential buildings depending on the plot sizes.—

Table No. 10: Applicability of Green Building Provisions

Sl.No.

Plot Size (in Sq.m)

Provision for Residential use

Provision for Non- Residential use

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1

Upto 100 Sq.m

Not mandatory

Not mandatory

2

Upto 225 Sq.m.

(i) Rain water harvesting;

(i) Rain water harvesting;

3

Above 225 and upto 500 Sq.m.

(i) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(ii) Installation of solar PV cells;

 (iii) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems; and

 (iv) Segregation of waste

(v) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

 (vi) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems; and

(vii) Segregation of waste

4

Above 500 and upto 1000 Sq.m.

(i) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(ii) waste water recycling and reuse;

 (iii) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems;

 (iv) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

(v) Segregation of waste

 (vi) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(vii) waste water recycling and reuse;

(viii) Installation of solar PV cells;

 (ix) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems; and

(x) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

 (xi) Segregation of waste

5

Above 1000 and upto 3000 Sq.m.

(i) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(ii) waste water recycling and reuse;

 (iii) reduction of hardscape;

 (iv) Installation of solar PV cells;

(v) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems;

 (vi) energy efficiency in HVAC

(vii) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

(viii) Segregation of waste

 (ix) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(x) waste water recycling and reuse;

 (xi) reduction of hardscape;

(xii) Installation of solar PV cells;

(xiii) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems;

(xiv) energy efficiency in HVAC

(xv) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

(xvi) Segregation of waste

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Above 3000 Sq.m.

(i) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(ii) low water consumption and plumbing fixtures,

 (iii) waste water recycling and reuse;

 (iv) reduction of hardscape;

(v) Installation of solar PV cells;

 (vi) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems;

(vii) low energy consumption lighting fixtures,

(viii) energy efficiency in HVAC

 (ix) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

(x) Segregation of waste

 (xi) Organic waste management

(xii) Rain water harvesting and ground water recharging;

(xiii) low water consumption and plumbing fixtures,

(xiv) waste water recycling and reuse;

(xv) reduction of hardscape;

(xvi) Installation of solar PV cells;

(xvii) Installation of solar assisted water heating systems;

(xviii) low energy consumption lighting fixtures,

(xix) energy efficiency in HVAC

(xx) lighting of common areas by solar energy or LED devices;

(xxi) Segregation of waste

(xxii) Organic waste management

The details mentioned in this website are not comprehensive. Please consult your Structural engineer / Architect and refer to respective byelaws from concerned authorities for further details.

Some Important Links :

Link to common application form


http://www.urbanodisha.gov.in/Admin/Upload_Files/BuildingRegulations/Site_inspection_checklist_for_Occupancy_Applications.pdf

Link to Building Plan Approval System of Department of Housing and Urban Development , Govt. of Odisha

http://www.urbanodisha.gov.in/BuildingPlanApprovalSystem.aspx

Please refer to detailed building guidelines through following link

http://www.urbanodisha.gov.in/UploadFiles/Rules/246-Housing%20&%20Urban%20Development.pdf

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