As per the National Building Code (NBC) one car parking area must not be less than 13.75 Sq. Mtr and one two wheeler parking area must not be less than 1.25 Sq. Mtr

P.S: lifted it from one of the complaints filed against gaursons
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http://www.clientcomplain.com/Gaur_Sons_India_Limited-Complains-4397-SC.html
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  • Originally Posted by nibha
    As per the National Building Code (NBC) one car parking area must not be less than 13.75 Sq. Mtr and one two wheeler parking area must not be less than 1.25 Sq. Mtr

    P.S: lifted it from one of the complaints filed against gaursons
    point 8
    http://www.clientcomplain.com/Gaur_Sons_India_Limited-Complains-4397-SC.html



    Yes, NBC has codified the standard. I guess Noida Authority Building Regulation too has some size defined. do not remember exactly.
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  • NOIDA Authority Building Regulations

    37 'Parking spaces' – Following guidelines for
    parking for different types of buildings has been
    prepared and shall be followed.
    37.1 A separate parking plan shall be submitted for
    approval along with building plans indicating
    clearly the parking spaces for all types of
    vehicles calculated on the basis of maximum
    permissible covered area/FAR and the
    circulation area.
    Parking of vehicles shall not be permitted in the
    setback area except Residential (other than
    Group Housing and Industrial) which is to be left
    open for circulation light and ventilation
    landscaping and for movement of fire tenders,
    except residential (other than Group Housing)
    and Industrial
    When parking space for cars is to be provided, it
    shall not be less than 20 square metres in open
    area and under stilts & basement - 30 square
    metre per vehicle and for scooters and cycles, the
    parking spaces provided shall not be less than 3
    square metre and 1.40 square metre respectively.


    Parking requirement in multi-storied buildings: One parking space for every 100 square metre carpet area.

    Buyer of 2000 sft apartment should get 2 parking automatically.
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    • dipti.2 years ago
      If I am not wrong..... 30sqm for stilt and basements is inclusive of circulation space required for each car. That is the standard requirement for Equivalent Car Space (ECS) In NBC India, it has been clearly stated that ECS shall be calculated as per 32sqm per car for basements and 28sqm per car for stilts.
  • It comes as a shock to me...30 square meter covered parking space for each car? Do not know any builder ever provided that size........
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  • god gimmi a break 30 sq meter! you muat be joking, 30 sq meter means 323 sq feet... yes it does.... my car would get a bigger place than my bedroom and my living room combined...
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  • Originally Posted by nibha
    As per the National Building Code (NBC) one car parking area must not be less than 13.75 Sq. Mtr and one two wheeler parking area must not be less than 1.25 Sq. Mtr

    P.S: lifted it from one of the complaints filed against gaursons
    point 8
    http://www.clientcomplain.com/Gaur_Sons_India_Limited-Complains-4397-SC.html


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  • Originally Posted by vishal1880
    god gimmi a break 30 sq meter! you muat be joking, 30 sq meter means 323 sq feet... yes it does.... my car would get a bigger place than my bedroom and my living room combined...



    Not joking man...it is very much there on Noida Authority website. Me too pleasantly surprised.

    If NA standard for parking is 30 sqmtr and I am sure they must be approving plans accordingly, how come we get barely half of that? Where goes the balance?

    This means, in practice, there is difference between what is approved by NA in plans and what is practiced by the builders. Not surprising, builders avoid showing approved plans to buyers.

    I am curious if any one has ever seen a NA approved plan for any project and has compared the same with actual?
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  • Great Piece of Information

    Excellent information. We should immediately clarify this with our respective builders. This is a very important point.
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  • Originally Posted by Basant
    Not joking man...it is very much there on Noida Authority website. Me too pleasantly surprised.

    If NA standard for parking is 30 sqmtr and I am sure they must be approving plans accordingly, how come we get barely half of that? Where goes the balance?

    This means, in practice, there is difference between what is approved by NA in plans and what is practiced by the builders. Not surprising, builders avoid showing approved plans to buyers.

    I am curious if any one has ever seen a NA approved plan for any project and has compared the same with actual?


    You get barely half of that because the builder sells the balance as additional parking to you/others for an extra lakh or so.
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  • Can anyone clarify the exact dimensions of min space required for basement car park in Noida? I have been offered ~7 ft wide parking which is surrounded by pillars on 3 sides and parking even a small car is extremely painful and doors won't open at all (small car width is > 5ft). what is the minimum width required for car park as per the noida authority?
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