The recent proposal of regulating the construction of residential apartments on small plots by the Urban Development and Housing (UDH) department in Rajasthan has disappointed many small developers.
With the new rule, a developer is only permitted to construct seven flats (apartments) on a plot size measuring up to 750 sqm from the drafted proposition.
However, recommendations and objections have been aroused from the residents before implementation of this rule while 12th of August was the last date for submission.
A developer stated that “The decision will increase the cost pricing and flats will get out of reach of buyers. Our representatives will further request to take the decision back meeting with UDH minister.
According to the 2011 rules, a developer was allowed to construct 6 flats on a plot size estimating between 162 sqm to 225 sqm. Altogether 8 flats and 12 flats are allowed to be constructed on plot measuring 225 sqm to 350 sqm and 350 sqm to 500 sqm respectively.
Small developers demanded to government that they should also permit to construct 16 flats on a plot size measuring 500 sqm to 750 sqm.
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