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Last updated: August 29 2018
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  • #21

    #21

    Re : Question on CMDA Approval

    Dear Abk,
    The house which my friend is planning to buy , has got an additional portion ( or an extension to the existing approved portion ) , I understand it as a deviation. Is it possible to get approval for that? IF the deviation remains , what problems can you foresee? Thanks in advance.

    Originally posted by abk View Post
    deviation to a plan is ok and prevalent,but unauthorised addition of a floor is a bit too much,i suggest you look elsewhere.
    whether you will be affected yes in case of demolition by the authorities who will not care about the structure. the demolishing(a far off chance) will have repurcursions on the RCC frame and reduce the strength of the structure with possibilities of cracks in your portion.

    tell me whether the rate is >35% discount than comparable properties why are u particular about this.

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    • #22

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      Re : Question on CMDA Approval

      Originally posted by abk View Post
      deviation to a plan is ok and prevalent,but unauthorised addition of a floor is a bit too much,i suggest you look elsewhere.
      whether you will be affected yes in case of demolition by the authorities who will not care about the structure. the demolishing(a far off chance) will have repurcursions on the RCC frame and reduce the strength of the structure with possibilities of cracks in your portion.

      tell me whether the rate is >35% discount than comparable properties why are u particular about this.
      But on the strange side in case you are planning to buy a used flat which was built on or before the year 2000 even if there was a floor violation they had a facility to regularize it . Where in the builder would have paid the fee for it and would have obtained the deviation regularization approval propularly known as "REG" amongst builders. This become valid . But be ware that such constructions after year 2000 are not valid.

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      • #23

        #23

        Re : Question on CMDA Approval

        Hi friends,

        I have vacant land in alwarthirunagar, 0.75 ground.
        The land has 30 ft. road at the frontage.

        The building plan need to be approved by panchayat. Am I eligible to apply for premium FSI ? I mean 20 % more than normal FSI 1.5 ?

        I can construct Ordinary residential building G + 2 floors. What area I can construct?

        Completion certificate is required in order to apply for electricity for this ordinary residential buiding ?

        Pl advise.

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        • #24

          #24

          Re : Question on CMDA Approval

          Sorry for writing here.

          We have registered a flat in Chennai, were they are building 9 flats in 3 floors. We gave the advance and then applied for home loan. The bank found out that CMDA approval is only for 6 flats in 3 floors.
          What do we do now?
          The builder says that there will be no problem if we go ahead and buy as the square feet is as per approval (just that instead of 2 big flats, 3 small flats are built on each floor, because buyers will be willing to invest lesser amount for smaller flats rather than higher amount for 2 big flats). And says he can return the advance money to us (after deducting money for a few changes we made in the flat (changed the kitchen location and converted 3 bedroom into 2 to make it spacious)) and find another buyer. But the money we paid for registration cannot be returned as it is paid to the government. We will most probably be losing around 5 Lakh INR.
          We are afraid to go ahead buying the flat too.

          Without any fault of ours, we are now suffering. What do we do?
          This is urgent.

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          • #25

            #25

            Re : Question on CMDA Approval

            I am looking to buy a duplex apartment in chennai city limits. The apartment is a duplex - the CMDA plan approval has 8 kitchens approved with 2 on each of 4 foors.

            But, the actual construction was done for 6 apartments - one side of the flat has 4 houses with one on each floor and the other side of the flat has 2 duplexes built (ground & 1st floor together, 2nd and 3rd floor together). Duplexes have an internal staircase connecting both floors.

            And the original flat developer nor the current seller do not have CMDA completion certificate with them. But the construction agreement has duplex mentioned.

            Is this deviation in the actual construction from approved CMDA plan Okay from legal perspective?

            DDuplexes

            Note: The apartment was constructed 13 years back


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            • #26

              #26

              Re : Question on CMDA Approval



              Dear all,

              My land is nearby to Nedukundram which is 5 kms from Vandalur....I have 25 cents of land wherein the sourrounding lands are given to one society whom they are applying CMDA approval for the remaining lands.

              While doing this, 3 years before they approached me for including with those land for sending approval together.

              But they were mentioning that i will get only 2 grounds of CMDA approved plot and they also asked us to pay for the approval fee.

              Those are all the reason we didnt agree to join with them.

              Now my land is fenced and have some trees and so.

              1 month before, I came to know that they are in the process of applying the CMDA approval and when I asked what will happen to my land , they are not saying anything instead they simply said approval process in place sir, we will come back.

              Now I am not sure what will happen to my land , however one of the known person mentioned that he has seen the draft version of layout which was prepared before applying the CMDA wherein there he confirmed that there is one 40 feet road which is crossing in one side of my plot...taking away of my land of 30x100 feet approximately . That means road long road is crossing my land by swallowing my 30x100 feet land. for which i am not sure whether i will be compensated.

              My question is whether they can get approval when my land is there in the middle? and if they can do it, when they will come for actual layout physically ? is this once approval obtained? or before approval?

              pls help so that these will help when they discuss with me.

              Thanks

              Ezhil

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              • #27

                #27

                Re : Question on CMDA Approval



                Keepsing aside of all the foresaid problems like resale at lower price, less UDS etc, builders are trying to keep the selling price competitive(lesser than near-by projects) and to gain profit they build additional floors or units.

                Most of the small to medium scale builders doesn't sell the unapproved units, they just hold it since they get land share. Big developers holds land share in terms of club house and other amenities in the project without any big deviations.



                Last edited June 18 2018, 01:21 PM.

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                • #28

                  #28

                  Re : Question on CMDA Approval

                  Hi,

                  Recently we bought a land along with cmda approval of g+2... Now we plan to build only ground floor... Also we plan to go loan for construction... Is it ok to build only ground floor Instead of all floors mentioned in approval? How to approach bank loan for my scenario? Do banks sanction loan for only ground floor?



                  Thanks in advance

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                  • #29

                    #29

                    Re : Question on CMDA Approval

                    try to build same time 2 floors. if u constructing first floor only means no problem, but second floor approval will be lapsed after 2 years of getting approval. so if u planning to build second floor after some 5 years means, then u have to pay all the planning charges again and major problem is that again inspection will be done by officer, they will burgain some big amount mentioning that you have not completed your first floor according to approval(since constructing 100% according to approval not possible), so its deviation and you have to pay more bribes to shut their mouth.



                    Plan accordingly...

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