No. Procedure Time to Complete Cost 1 Obtain no due tax certificate from the House Tax Department (Municipal) 2 days Rs. 1,500 The building company must submit an up-to-date certificate of no due tax and a "no-objection certificate" from the House Tax Department when applying for the building permit. 2 Obtain No objection certificate regarding land use as per Master Plan/Zonal Plan (Municipal) 15 days Rs. 10,000 (submission fee for the approval of layout) * 3 Notarize the affidavit/undertaking (Private sector) 1 day Rs. 100 The building company must submit an affidavit/undertaking on non judicial paper of Rs. 10, duly attested by the Oath Commissioner when applying for the building permit. In the affidavit, the building company acknowledges that during the course of construction, no building material will be stacked on public land. 4 Apply for building permit at the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 1 day Rs. 54,130 (building permit fee of Rs. 600 for the ground floor + Rs. 1,500 for the second floor+ 1% cess (tax) on the total cost of construction (Rs. 5,203,000)) The building company applies for the building permit by giving a notice in writing in the prescribed form No. I along with the following documents: 1. Copies of plan and statements: six copies; 2. Proof of ownership; 3. Specifications of the proposed construction; 4. Supervision certificate signed by the licensed architect/engineer, supervisor and plumber; 5. Structural-stability certificate from a structural engineer along with a copy of registration certificate; 6. Rain water-harvesting certificate in case of plot size more than 100 square meters (certificate signed by the owner and architect in the form in annexure B); 7. No nuisance/malba certificate (annexure C); 8. Declarations in the form of affidavits (annexure E-I); 9. N.O.C/No dues certificate from the House Tax Department. 10. Recommendations of Chief Fire Officer in case of industrial, institutional, and multi-story buildings. All the plans must be signed by the owner and licensed architect and architects registered with the Council of Architects and shall indicate their names, addresses, license and enrollment numbers. The building company must pay the building application (tax on building application) according to the following schedule: S. No ----Area ---- For the first storey (Rs.) ----- For the second story or any subsequent story (Rs.) 1. For a ground area up to 100 square yards: Rs. 20.00 and Rs. 40.00; 2. For a ground area of more than 100 square yards, but not exceeding 250 square yards: Rs. 60.00 and Rs. 120.00; 3. For a ground area of more than 250 square yards, but not exceeding 500 square yards: Rs. 150.00 and Rs. 300.00; 4. For a ground area of more than 500 square yards, but not exceeding 1000 square yards: Rs. 300.00 and Rs. 600.00; 5. For a ground area of more than 1000 sq. yards: Rs. 600.00 and Rs. 1500.00; In addition, the municipality collects 1% cess (tax) on the total cost of construction (Rs. 5,203,000). A single window concept has been introduced for approval of building-plan applications. Instant approval is available for residential plots up to 500 square meters. The Engineering Department of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi has also issued a detailed guide, "Build Your House With a Valid Building Permit". 5 Receive inspection of the site by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 1 day No cost The inspection takes place within 10 days of the receipt of application. 6 Obtain building permit from the Commissioner of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 65 days No cost The building permit shall be issued within 60 day from the date of submission and after the inspection. It remains valid for 5 years. 7 Hire an independent electricity contractor and obtain load approval (Private) 1 day Rs. 50 * 8 Apply for permanent electricity connection with the BSES (Private) 1 day No cost To apply for a new connection, one must visit the divisional/sub-divisional office of BSES, where the building company completes the requisition form for a new connection. A copy of the following documents is required: a. Ownership sale agreement; b. Election ID; c. Ration ID; d. Latest monthly maintenance receipt of registered society; e. Copy of passport; f. Passport photographs; g. Possession letter. The BSES website ::BSES Delhi:: contains information on the application process and application form. * 9 Receive on-site inspection by BSES (Private) 1 day No cost BSES undertakes a technical feasibility study and a commercial feasibility study and in about 7 days generates a demand notice, which the building company can pick up at the BSES office. 10 Request and receive inspection by an engineer from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi at the plinth level (Municipal) 1 day Rs. 15 The building company has to notify the MCD at each stage of construction through its licensed architect. First, the building company notifies the MCD 7 days before the start of construction. Next, the building company sends a notice of completion of work up to plinth level accompanied by a fee of Rs. 15 and a copy of a valid certificate of licensed architect and building plans. MCD inspects the construction and submits objections, if any, to the owner and architect/engineer within 30 days of receipt of such notice in Form B-2. The Municipal Corporation further "reserves the right to inspect the premises before, during and after the construction". 11 File completion certificate and apply for occupancy permit at the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 1 day Rs. 1,321 (application fee of Rs. 20 + Rs. 1 per square meter of covered area) The building company must submit a notice of completion in the pro forma given in the Building Bylaws (1983) along with a completion application costing Rs. 20 and an application fee of Rs. 1 per square meter of built-up area.It has to submit the notice of completion through the licensed architect/engineer/supervisor who has supervised the construction accompanied by the following documents: a. Copy of lease-deed/ sale deed; b. Three copies of the completion plan; c. Three copies of photographs taken from different angles so as to show the overall view of the building; d. Original sanctioned building plan (to be returned to the building company along with the completion certificate); e. Copy of sewer-connection permission; f. Structural stability certificate signed by the licensed architect/engineer; g. Form for certificate of licensed architect/engineer/supervisor; h. Extension of time from the lessor if required; i. Water-harvesting certificate; j. Affidavit/undertaking of architect/engineer/supervisor/group (as the case may be); k. Affidavit of applicant/owner; l. A statement indicating deviations that are carried out and compounding fee payable. 12 Receive final inspection of the construction by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 1 day No cost 13 Obtain occupancy permit from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Municipal) 30 days No cost MCD must grant or refuse the occupancy permit within 30 days of receiving the completion notice along with all mandatory documents. 14 Apply for permanent water and sewerage connections to Delhi Jal Board (Municipal) 1 day No cost Application for water and sewerage is made to the Delhi Jal Board. E-forms to apply for new connections are available on the website New Page 1 or can be obtained from the office of Zonal Engineer for Rs. 10 each. The building company must submit the application along with a copy of registration, proof of ownership, affidavit, and other documents as required by the Zonal Engineer. * 15 Apply for permanent phone connection at Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (National) 1 day Rs. 500 (flat installation charge) The building company must apply for the telephone connection at the local BSNL office. To obtain a commercial connection, the building company must submit the application along with a proof of ownership of the business and the Permanent Account Number (PAN) card. The same tariff applies across the country, with minor differences due to local demand. The following charges must be paid: Rs. 500, in case there is a waiting list for registration charges; Rs. 300 in installation charges (if fewer than 500 lines) or Rs. 500 (if more than 500 lines); and a refundable security deposit of Rs. 2,000. * 16 Receive an initial on-site inspection from Delhi Jal Board (Municipal) 1 day No cost A Delhi Jal Board official inspects the site. There are two inspections. First, when the building company applies for the connection and another when the connection is given. The inspections should not take more than a day. An officer of the Delhi Jal Board inspects the premises and prepares a report on the connection. * 17 Obtain permanent water and sewerage connection from the Delhi Jal Board (with inspection) (Municipal) 20 days Rs. 8,335 (Rs. 5000 for water connection + Rs. 3335 for sewerage connection) The zonal revenue officer prepares a demand note and sends it to the building company, which must pay the connection charges to receive connection. * 18 Obtain permanent electricity connection from BSES (Private) 20 days Rs. 31,000 (flat connection fee) The building company pays the following charges mentioned in the demand notice at the BSES office: a. Connection fees: Rs. 31,000; b. Refundable security deposit at Rs. 1,500 per kW (Rs. 210,000). * 19 Obtain phone connection (with inspection) from the BSNL (National) 2 days No cost * Takes place simultaneously with another procedure.
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  • You could at least put line breaks to make it readable.

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    No. Procedure Time to Complete Cost 1 Obtain no due tax certificate from the House Tax Department (Municipal) Sanchar Nigam Limited (National) 1 day Rs. 500 (flat installation charge) The building company must apply for the...
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