BDA Draws Up 104 Plans For Low Risk Buildings In Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar: The Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) on Friday announced that no prior approval shall be required for undertaking construction in an approved plot as per Standard Building Plan (SBP) notified by it subject to certain conditions.
The BDA has prepared 104 standard building plans of low risk building category for different standard-size residential plots and road width. It will be available in BDA website www.bda.gov.in. It has set following conditions as per SBP for the plot owners to forego prior approval:
The building shall be a low risk building, i.e. building which confirms to following
a. The plot shall be a standard-size residential plot which is either a part
of the layout approved by BDA or a part of any residential scheme plots allotted by BDA or Housing Board or G.A. Department; or a final plot in Town Planning Scheme/Development Scheme by BDA
b. Size of the plot shall not be more than 500 square metre
c. Height of the building shall not be more than 10 metre and without a
The plot shall also confirm to the following conditions:
a. Where approval of DP&BP committee is not required, i.e. the Land Use
of the plot in CDP shall be Residential (R) use;
b. The plot shall not be within Eco-Sensitive Zone, ASI/State Archaeology
Protected/ Prohibited [Regulated area, areas where NOC required as
per Airports Authority of India (AAI) Colour Coded Zoning Map
c. The means of access along with storm-water drains have been laid
down as per the approved layout plan;
d. The applicant’s plot shall confirm to the plot size/dimension and road
width specified in the identified Standard Building Plan.
The plot owner shall submit requisite fees along with an undertaking /intimation of commencement of construction in Form-VI (A) as appended to ODA (P&BS) Rules, 2020 in BDA or BMC office. After completion of the building, intimation of completion of construction in Form-VI (B) shall be submitted by the plot owner.
If the building is not completed within three years of such intimation, the applicant shall be required to deposit applicable revalidation fee and such revalidation shall be for another one year, a release from BDA stated.