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  • MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

    Permissions required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate
    Approval Process for Real Estate Projects in Maharashtra (Mumbai)

    Recently Govt have Simplification Procedure of Estate Department.As per law from 200 permissions they have come down to 70 permission due to easy of business and faster of clearance files in 90 days by online.

    Here are the list of Approval.


    1. Ownership Certificate/Extract
    2. Building Layout Approval
    3. Obtain "intimation of disapproval" (building permit) from the Building Proposal Office
    a) Non-Agriculture (NA) permission
    b) Tree Authority
    c) Storm Water and Drain Department
    d) Sewerage Department
    e) Hydraulic Department
    f) Environmental Department (concerned with debris management)
    g) Consent to Establish & Operate
    h) Ancient Monument Approval
    i) Airports Authority of India
    j) Traffic and Coordination Department
    k) CFO (fire clearance)
    l) Structural Plan Approval
    4. Submit structural plans approved by a structural engineer to the BMC (Municipal)
    5. Non-Agriculture Permission
    6. Obtain "no-objection certificate" NOC from the Tree Authority (Municipal)
    7. Obtain NOC from the Storm Water and Drain Department (Municipal)
    8. Obtain NOC from the Sewerage Department (Municipal)
    9. Obtain NOC from the Electric Department (Municipal)
    10. Obtain a "no-objection certificate" NOC from the Traffic and Coordination Department (Municipal)
    11. Obtain a "no-objection certificate" NOC from the Chief Fire Officer (Municipal)
    12. Environment Clearance:
    13. Ancient Monument Approval:
    14. Consent to Establishment & Operate
    15. NOC from Airport Authority of India
    16. Obtain commencement certificate from the Building Proposal Office and pay development charges (Municipal)
    17. Bore well Registration Certificate: (Outside Municipal Limit)
    18. NOC if near coastal Area
    19. Permission for Excavation / Royalty payment
    20. Other Common Facilities Approval: (Internal Infrastructure services)
    21. Road Access Highway / Expressway:
    22. Lift Escalator Installation Approval (PWD / CPWD)
    23. Electric substation NOC For all substation Transformers in building (Electric Service Provider)
    24. Obtain occupancy certificate from the BMC (Municipal)
    25. Obtain Building completion certificate from the BMC (Municipal)
    26. Apply for permanent power connection and pay fees at Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (Municipal)
    27. Obtain permanent water connection (with inspection) (Municipal)
    28. Obtain permanent sewerage connection (Municipal)

    Environment Clearance:
    • MOEF should clear the Zonal Development Plan, no approvals for individual projects or;
    • Local Development Authority be entrusted the task of environment clearance or;
    • Projects above 50,000 sq mts built up area be eligible for environment clearance.
    • The state must set up a separate committee for according environment clearance to the construction sector due to the large number of projects happening in the state. Presently there is only one state environment appraisal committee which takes care of all residential, commercial and industrial projects in the state. Having a specialized environment appraisal committee for construction sector will bring in higher efficiency and speed up the approval process.
    In Details


    Process 1 – This speaks about when the Developer has bought the property and what all does he need to do to acquire and in turn when a buyer buys a property, what all he has to review.
    1.1 MOU through which you acquired the property
    1.2 Title search papers. Checking 7/12 utara and details of CTS plan. Copies of stamp duty payment /registration. Index of all the purchaser’s mutation Report. DP remarks.
    KJP (Kami JastaPatra) / CTS / survey nos and verification of property card
    1.3 Public notice in newspapers before purchase of property
    1.4 ROC registration check
    1.5 Check done with regards to Litigation as regards the said property
    1.6 Copy of agreement with the vendor

    Process 2: This is required prior to the Intimation of Disapproval (IOD) is issued by the Municipal Corporation for Development of the Land, Plot, Building as the case may be.
    2.1 Demarcation of Plot (Fencing and Boundary)
    2.2 Obtain property card in owners name
    2.3 Urban Land Ceiling (ULC) clearance (Depends on the validity)
    2.4 Check zone – whether it is Commercial, Residential or Industrial etc.
    2.5 Redevelopment permission – This can also need permission from Mhada in case the property is being Redeveloped or any other authority.
    2.6 DP remarks
    2.7 Forest/ private forest – This totally depends if you are near National Park in Western Side, or Yeor hills in Thane and certain parts of Navi Mumbai.
    2.8 Labour NOC
    2.9 Highway NOC
    2.10 CRZ NOC (1,2,3 or 4)- If the property falls in CRZ I or II.
    2.11 Zone conversion
    2.12 Amalgamation of property
    2.13 NOC from MMRDA, if applicable
    2.14 Survey of the plot to confirm the following:
    a) Existing ground levels (w r t to THD)
    b) Site elevation remarks
    c) Sewage Line
    d) Over Head (OH) Line
    e) MTNL Line
    f) Water Line
    g) Road Level (w r t THD)
    h) Soil Investigation Report


    2.15 FSI related (a) Evaluation of existing FSI and Maximum usage / exploitation of plot (b) Type of additional FSI required / TDR arrangement etc and Loading the same
    2.16 Broad evaluation of proposed project
    2.17 Selection of architect (For BMC approval)
    2.18 Approval of architect
    2.19 Preparation of documents to be given to architect for submitting of proposal to SRA / MCGM
    (a) Plan submission by architect
    (b) Ownership document i.e. 7/12, 6/12, CTS plan, PRC and KJP
    2.20 Selection of various consultants based on project
    a) structural consultant
    b) services consultant
    c) design architect
    d) environment consultant
    e) aviation consultant
    f) license plumber

    2.21 Soil investigation
    2.22 Receipt of IOD
    2.23 Consent to establish (If applicable)
    2.24 Special planning authority
    2.25 Railway authority NOC
    2.26 Heritage conservation committee
    2.27 NOC for cessed property in island city
    2.28 Public parking lot

    Process 3: After the Process 2, compliance is required on receipt of Intimation of Disapproval (IOD) further to which,the Commencement Certificate, (CC) upto plinth Level is issued by the Authorities, the CC could also be received of the full building, but various other factors are required to comply with this. These NOC’s are most time consuming and typically add on to the costs.
    3.1 SWD remarks
    3.2 NOC / drainage approval from EE sewerage
    3.3 NOC from HE
    3.4 CFO, NOC
    3.5 Traffic and co-ordination (if regular proposal)
    3.6 NOC from mechanical and electrical
    3.7 NOC from high rise committee
    3.8 NOC from MoEF
    3.9 Tree NOC
    3.10 Appointment and acceptance of architect
    3.11 Appointment and acceptance of site supervisor
    3.12 Appointment and acceptance letter of structural consultant
    3.13 Photocopy of licenses of all licensed consultants
    3.14 Photocopy of license of site supervisor
    3.15 MTNL NOC
    3.16 Borewell permission
    3.17 HE NOC 3.18 No due certificate from AEWW
    3.18 NOC from AE (Environment) from debris disposal
    3.19 CTS plans
    3.20 PR card
    3.21 DP remarks
    3.22 Rain water harvesting system
    3.23 Non-agricultural permission
    3.24 DP road PRC on MCGM name, if any
    3.25 Registered undertaking (RUT) for agreeing to handover set back area, if any
    3.26 Indemnity bond for damages risk, accidents
    3.27 Undertaking regarding no nuisance
    3.28 Regular/ sanctioned / proposed lines and reservation to be demarcated through AE survey
    3.29 Appointment of license plumber
    3.30 NOC from assistant assessor and collector
    3.31 RUT for not misusing stilt, pocket terrace etc
    3.32 NOC from Reliance Energy
    3.33 NOC from pest control dept
    3.34 Insurance policy for workers
    3.35 Janata insurance policy
    3.36 RUT for not misusing basement
    3.37 Certificate from structural engineer for complying requirement for earthquake design
    3.38 Soil investigation report
    3.39 Structural design and calculation with drawing by structural engineer
    3.40 NOC from Airport Authority of India
    3.41 Revalidation of ULC NOC, if required
    3.42 Location clearance from police commissioner
    3.43 NOC of PWD for theatre building
    3.44 Labour license (to be taken by principal employer and handed over to contractor)
    3.45 Submission of proposals with compliance to SRA / MCGM
    3.46 Preparation of estimates
    3.47 Preparation of execution plan
    3.48 Approval of execution plan
    3.49 Completing preliminary work before commencement of project
    3.50 Batching plant approval, if necessary
    3.51 STP approval, size, location & capacity
    3.52 NOC from environment section
    3.53 Street light remarks
    3.54 Approval of road consultant design from road department

    Process 4: Compliances after receipt of CC (Plinth level CC to full CC)
    4.1 Award contract for construction
    4.2 Statutory compliances for labour laws
    4.3 Obtain Sanctions for:- a) temporary water connection (requirement of bore well, if any) b) temporary electrical connection c) temporary drainage connection, if required d) temporary structures
    4.4 Excavation permission (royalty)
    4.5 Checking of CC conditions and offsets
    4.6 Arrange plinth level inspection
    4.7 Plinth certificate from RCC consultant
    4.8 Completion certificate from all consultants such as architects, licensed site supervisor, RCC, PMC, TPQA (third party quality audit) and peer review of RCC consultant
    4.9 Application of Full CC

    Process 5: CC to OC and compliances before applying for OC
    5.1 Progress as per sanctioned plans
    5.2 Review of project costs
    To Comply with the following before applying for OC
    a) RCC consultant’s stability Certificate & RCC plan duly pasted on canvas
    b) Fire NOC by CFO
    c) HE NOC
    d) Lift inspector’s NOC
    e) Electric inspector NOC (Permanent Power & Substation etc)
    f) Sewage dept NOC / drainage completion certificate
    g) Diesel generator approval and registration
    h) Final tree NOC
    i) STP environmental clearance
    j) STP work completion certificate
    k) HE specific NOC for hydro-pneumatic system
    l) PWD completion for theatre bldg
    m) SWD completion certificate
    n) Dry fittings approval (water pipe related)
    o) Terrace looping for water line
    p) Submission of ‘P’ form parallel
    Receipt of OC
    1) Road digging permission for laying water pipe line
    2) Water connection (certificate)
    3) Handing over property to new owners
    4) Demobilization
    5) Closing accounts
    a) Debris disposal receipt before submitting application for BCC 270
    Permission from water department Receipt of Building Completion Certificate (BCC)

    STAGE 6: Conveyance to new owner (documents required to apply for conveyance)
    6.1 7/12 Abstract / CTS
    6.2 Search report and title clearance certificate from advocate
    6.3 Index II of earlier owner
    6.4 Property card of earlier owner
    6.5 Conveyance deed of earlier owner with the name appearing in the proper card / 7/12
    6.6 Transactions and chain of documents pertaining to the same as stated in the title report
    6.7 Development agreement duly stamped, if applicable
    6.8 CC issued by MCGM
    6.9 OC issue by MCGM + approved plan
    6.10 BCC issued by MCGM
    6.11 Proof of individual payment of registration fee
    6.12 Original agreements executed by the builder with individual flat purchasers
    6.13 Copy of IOD
    6.14 Copy of previous Power of Attorney (if any)
    6.15 ULC order, if applicable (normally under section 20 or 22)
    6.16 Copy of list of NA Tax bill by the builder / land tax – collector documents that the builder will handover to the new owner
    a) Original documents of title to the property
    b) Property power of attorney
    c) Architectural and structural drawings
    d) Audited statements of accounts for the amount collected by the developer / builder
    e) Handing over all statutory approvals in original
    f) Property tax to MCGM ii) tax clearance certificate (Check if a certificate such as No Dues Certificate be obtained)

    Process 7: High rise Committee (HRC) Checklist (if applicable)
    7.1 Application form
    7.2 Project personnel on record and contact information (Appendix-A)
    7.3 Plot and geotechnical information (Appendix-B)
    7.4 Conceptual location plan (1-3Km)
    7.5 Architectural Set a) Site Plan b) All Floor Plans and FSI Calculations c) Elevations d) Sections
    7.6 Structural a) Drawings b) Report c) Wind Tunnel Analysis d) Peer Review
    7.7 DC Regulation clearance
    7.8 Environment clearance
    7.9 Soil investigation report
    7.10 Shadow analysis
    7.11 Airflow analysis
    7.12 Traffic analysis
    7.13 Water and waste water management plan
    7.14 Safety and disaster management plan
    7.15 Site summary report (To be made available at site at the time of Site Visit by technical committee for High Rise Building along with Site plan & all Architectural Drawings)

    Process 8: Environmental Clearance (EC) Checklist – State Level Expert Appraisal Committee (if applicable)
    8.1 Application Form consisting of Appendix A (form 1) and Appendix B (form 1A)
    Key Inputs:
    a) Basic information of project
    b) Activity
    c) Use of natural resources in project
    d) Use, storage, handling and production of materials
    e) Production of solid wastes during construction or operation or decommissioning
    f) Release of pollutants or hazardous substance to air
    g) Generation of noise, emission and vibration of light and heat
    h) Risks of contamination of land and water from releases of pollutants into ground or into sewers, surface waters, groundwater, coastal waters or sea.
    i) Risk of accidents during construction or operation of the project, which could affect human health or the environment
    j) Factors which should be considered (such as consequential development) which could lead to environmental effects
    8.2 Environment sensitivity
    8.3 Environmental impacts
    a) Land environment
    b) Water environment
    c) Vegetation
    d) Fauna
    e) Air environment
    f) Aesthetics
    g) Socio-economic aspects
    h) Building materials
    i) Energy conservation
    j) Environmental management plan
    8.4 Environmental infrastructure
    a) Solid waste management
    b) Waste water treatment
    c) Green area
    d) Rain water harvesting
    e) Energy conservation measures
    f) Water requirement
    g) Sewer line and drainage line details
    h) Details of the EMP
    i) Disaster management plan
    8.6 List of native trees suitable for beautification in garden / building premises
    Stage 9: Building and Other Construction (boc) Workers Act 1996, Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act (CLA), 1970 and Maharashtra Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Rule, 1971


    9.1 Registration of principal employer owning the site (as per CLA)
    9.2 Registration of contractors under contract Labour Regulation Act (as per CLA)
    9.3 Registration of labour working at site by payment of Rs25 towards enrollment and Rs60 towards annual subscription. Total Rs.85 per labour (by the contractor) (as per BOC)
    9.4 Maintenance of records together with the safety provisions as follows:-
    a) Every worker must wear and carry gumboots, helmets, safety belts and hand gloves
    b) Muster cum wages register
    c) Minimum wage
    d) Labour camp / accommodation
    e) Drinking water facility. It should be at least 100 mtr away from Urinals
    f) Toilets and urinals separate for male / female
    g) Crèches
    h) Provision of First Aid
    i) Medical check up at regular intervals by Govt medical officer
    j) Canteens (250 workers)
    k) Safety Officer
    l) Identity Card for each
    m) Fixing hours of work
    n) Fire protection
    o) Emergency action plans
    p) Health and safety policy
    q) Eye protection gear
    r) Dust, Gases, etc
    s) Provision of Nets across the site
    t) Appropriate, preferably metal scaffolding

    Process 10: Public Parking Lot Checklist – Parallel activity at any stage of IOD, CC or OC (if applicable)
    10.1 Proposal submitted to Road Dept, MCGM
    10.2 Road Dept sends note to
    a) Jt CP – NOC
    b) CFO NOC
    c) Bldg Proposal NOC
    d) Urban Dept
    10.3 Minutes approved on HPC (High Power Committee of MCGM)
    10.4 UDD approves in principal
    10.5 Sent to road department with remarks
    10.6 LOI issued
    Last edited August 5 2017, 07:14 PM.
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    Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

    Here are New Simplification Procedure of Estate Department.


    1.) Procedure for amalgamation of Municipal Leasehold Plots
    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/docs/documents/SPEstatedept/1%20Amalgamation%20flowchart.doc%20-%20Copy.pdf

    2.) Procedure of granting Formal NOC for redevelopment of Municipal Lease property under DCR 33(7) / 32
    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/doc...RMAL%20NOC.pdf

    Points to be scrutinized/Procedure adopted: Expected time period
    Site visit for computing breaches if any & Preparation of proposal. - 07days
    Proposal is forwarded to Dy.CA (Rev.III) for Audit and scrutiny of Audit Dept. - 03 days
    On receipt from Dy.C.A. (Rev.) Approval from A.C. (Estates) - 03 days
    Issue Demand Letter for payment of breach amount. - 02 days
    Issue Formal NOC under signature of A.E. (Imp.) after payment. -
    02 days
    Total : 17 working days

    3.)
    Procedure of granting NOC to CC for redevelopment of Municipal Lease property under DCR 33(7)
    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/doc...-flowchart.pdf


    Points to be scrutinized/Procedure adopted: Expected time period
    Site visit for computing breaches if any & Preparation of proposal. - 10 days

    Proposal is forwarded to Dy.CA (Rev.III) for Audit by A.C. (Estates)- 03 days
    Dy.C.A. (Rev.III) scrutinizes proposal and submits for -03 days
    Approval from DMC (Imp.) - 03 days
    Issue Demand Letter for payment of breach amount, one time premium, transfer premium if any. -03 days
    Issue NOC to CC under signature of A.C. (Estates) after payment of requisite charges. - 03 days

    Total 25 working day.


    4.) Procedure of granting amended NOC to CC for redevelopment of Municipal Lease property under DCR 33(7)

    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/doc...-flowchart.pdf



    Points to be scrutinized/Procedure adopted:Expected time period
    Preparation of proposal.- 07 days
    Proposal is forwarded to Dy.CA (Rev.III) for Audit by A.C. (Estates) -03 days
    Dy.C.A. (Rev.III) scrutinizes proposal and submits for approval of DMC (Imp.) - 03 days
    Approval from DMC (Imp.) -03 days
    Issue Demand Letter for payment of breach amount, one time premium, transfer premium if any. - 03days
    Issue NOC to CC under signature of A.C. (Estates) after payment of requisite charges.- 03days

    Total 20 working days

    5.) Procedure of granting NOC to OC for redevelopment of Municipal Lease Property under DCR 33 (7) /32
    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/docs/documents/SPEstatedept/5%20NOC%20to%20OC.pdf

    Points to be scrutinized/Procedure adopted:
    Site visit for checking bldg. as per approved plan from BP Dept & preparation of proposal - 07 days
    Proposal is forwarded to Dy.CA (Rev.III) for Audit by A.C. (Estates) - 03 days
    Dy.C.A. (Rev.III) scrutiny and submits to DMC (Imp.) - 03 days
    Approval from DMC (Imp.) -03 days
    Issue Demand Letter for payment of balance one time premium, transfer premium if any after payment. -02 days
    Issue NOC to OC under signature of AC (Estates) after requisite payment


    Total 20 working days

    Simplification procedure of Transfer of Tenancy & VLT Attornment
    http://www.mcgm.gov.in/irj/go/km/doc...03_Estate2.pdf
    Last edited November 1 2015, 10:53 PM.

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      Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

      AAI puts 50-metre cap on highrises in some parts of city- Colour Coded Zoning Maps (CCZMs)

      Check the map in below Link Would be useful for all to plan their projects
      http://www.aai.aero/public_notices/p...nocas_cczm.jsp


      1. Zoning Map of Mumbai & Navi Mumbai
      2. Colour Coded Grid of Mumbai & Navi Mumbai
      3. Colour Coded Zoning Map(CCZM) of Mumbai & Navi Mumbai




      AAI's colour-coded flight path map simplifies building permission norms

      Last edited November 1 2015, 10:47 PM.

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        Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

        Govt to streamline rules for construction projects..


        Govt to streamline rules for construction projects
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        Last edited November 1 2015, 11:17 PM.

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          Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

          Automation Systems online

          City builders can now check their proposals online




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            BMC to halve nods needed for new bldgs


            In Dubai, you get approvals within 90 days
            Last edited November 1 2015, 11:08 PM.

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              Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

              Will fewer building permissions spell end of underhand `rate card' system?


              No change in Thane since builder's suicide
              Last edited November 1 2015, 11:08 PM.

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                Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

                Clunky software hurdle to online building nods'


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                  Panel to examine height of violations in flight path

                  Copters to take new paths over city
                  Last edited November 9 2015, 02:22 PM.

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                  • #10

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                    Re : MahaVASTU - Online Building Permission Management System Required for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane Real Estate

                    BMC to soon upload Devpt Control Rules

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