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    Hi

    Has anyone checked about the floor to ceiling height being offered by various builders.
    As its not mentioned in the advertised material nor in the BBA agreement...
    Typically it varies between 9.5 feet to 10.5 feet , but few builders like logix is giving 9 ft as of now.
    In case if someone is interested in false ceiling them it looks very low if u do it on a 9ft high ceiling.
    In case if some has any idea about his project then please share ...
    In a 20 floor building , builder gains 20 ft in case if he save 1 foot per floor ...

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    Nibha
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    Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

    or in turn you can say that he will get 2 floors free of cost but will sell them and earn profit from them also.....
    Why is it happening ki hum bolte hain that with so many projects and overflow it is BUYERS market, but in reality I think it is still BUILDER's market...look at the BBA issue, ST issue, Loading issue, Site layout and Floor plan issue....you name it and the thing is in favour of BUILDER.....
    Let the MANGO MAN suffer.

    Originally posted by nibha View Post
    Hi

    Has anyone checked about the floor to ceiling height being offered by various builders.
    As its not mentioned in the advertised material nor in the BBA agreement...
    Typically it varies between 9.5 feet to 10.5 feet , but few builders like logix is giving 9 ft as of now.
    In case if someone is interested in false ceiling them it looks very low if u do it on a 9ft high ceiling.
    In case if some has any idea about his project then please share ...
    In a 20 floor building , builder gains 20 ft in case if he save 1 foot per floor ...

    ---
    Nibha

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    • #3

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      Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

      Lets unite across the board

      Dear All,Although i am new in this real estate , i have booked my first residential flat in logix blossom county. At this forum , we all share our information/opinion which helps all of us here or there.What i am seeing in this flood of residential projects in noida /greater faridabad(although not much active in faridabad story) /gurgaon(specially dwarka expressway) , it looks like tht more than 2 lakhs flats are available on paper which by developers perspective will be completed by 2013 , but looking the present bubble and the way real estate is shaping now , i hardly believe even 20% of this no. get converted into realty is a challange , so be aware of all these developers , most or say all of them are taking benefits ofthis unorganised sector in their best benefits. Some is raising the tower height, someone changes layout- super built up area , some one giving short floor to ceiling height , many of developers just keep launching projects, some taking booking amt. etc all though its v hard for us individually to find the solution in our interest , Still if we can bring and brought a greater forum across all the builders , all the investors/end users or even say serious potential buyers come together get united .This forum is the one step in this direction , We need to shape this into bigger role and responsibilities, Although it looks more like hypothetical imagination still if it takes some productive shape , will yield better result atleast no loss to us , but may save lakhs of rs to many of us or end product would be of desent quality.i WOULD LIKE TO SUGGEST in the line of CONSTRODIUM OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS IN INDIA(CREDAI)bring similar forum may be like Association of Real Estate Investors , spread the same across the boundary , right from here itself.Nibha and all of you are quite active and v vast information in this sector may take intiative to bring the same into shape RegardsRakesh
      Last edited by 83rakeshk; August 17 2010, 03:23 PM.

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        Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

        Originally posted by amol8080 View Post
        or in turn you can say that he will get 2 floors free of cost but will sell them and earn profit from them also.....
        Why is it happening ki hum bolte hain that with so many projects and overflow it is BUYERS market, but in reality I think it is still BUILDER's market...look at the BBA issue, ST issue, Loading issue, Site layout and Floor plan issue....you name it and the thing is in favour of BUILDER.....
        Let the MANGO MAN suffer.
        he can't get two floors free... Floor space is restricted by FSI rules.

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        • #5

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          Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

          Anyone with an idea whats the floor height in lotus panache or lotus boulevard.

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            Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

            well according to NA Building Bylaws, the minimum height of any kind of living room should be 2.75 meters (~9 feet). For bathrooms, etc its 2.1 meters. I'll not be surprised if all the builders keep it at 9 - just to meet the requirement on the lower side, as they keep the FAR utilized just at 3.75 (to meet the requirement at higher side). These blood suckers know their game well.

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              Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

              Just to correct u , FAR is 2.75 ...
              Any idea about LB , as there are already so many floors over their ..
              Has anyone checked it ...

              Originally posted by capreal26 View Post
              well according to NA Building Bylaws, the minimum height of any kind of living room should be 2.75 meters (~9 feet). For bathrooms, etc its 2.1 meters. I'll not be surprised if all the builders keep it at 9 - just to meet the requirement on the lower side, as they keep the FAR utilized just at 3.75 (to meet the requirement at higher side). These blood suckers know their game well.

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                Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

                You are correct. "Blood Suckers" is the correct term for these builders... and government is supporting these "Blood Suckers". Chor chor mausere bhai....

                Originally posted by capreal26 View Post
                well according to NA Building Bylaws, the minimum height of any kind of living room should be 2.75 meters (~9 feet). For bathrooms, etc its 2.1 meters. I'll not be surprised if all the builders keep it at 9 - just to meet the requirement on the lower side, as they keep the FAR utilized just at 3.75 (to meet the requirement at higher side). These blood suckers know their game well.

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                  Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

                  Instead of 10 feet, if builder will provide only 9 feet then after every 9 floors he is able to save enough raw material to build the 10th floor. Only extra things will be fittings and flooring.....so with this little amount per flat he will be selling it at full price.....and since now a days normally there are buildings of around 20 floors, so accordingly he will spend money equivalent to 18 floors and get 2 floors free....

                  Originally posted by madgeek View Post
                  he can't get two floors free... Floor space is restricted by FSI rules.

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                  • #10

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                    Re : Floor to ceiling height in varous projects

                    Still if the approval is for 20 floor , he can build only 20 no matter what is the height of each floor ...
                    As such there is not limit on the height ...

                    Originally posted by amol8080 View Post
                    Instead of 10 feet, if builder will provide only 9 feet then after every 9 floors he is able to save enough raw material to build the 10th floor. Only extra things will be fittings and flooring.....so with this little amount per flat he will be selling it at full price.....and since now a days normally there are buildings of around 20 floors, so accordingly he will spend money equivalent to 18 floors and get 2 floors free....

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