The BMC suggests that developers must keep 30% of each building’s recreational open spaces (ROS) on the ground in a characteristic state without clearing it to guarantee downpour water permeates and keeps up the ground water level.
Clarifying the importance of the measure proposed in the reexamined draft advancement control directions, authorities said keeping up ground water level will guarantee that in future, amid water issues, social orders can burrow exhaust wells to utilize the water. This progression will be notwithstanding the downpour water reaping that the BMC is advancing in the modified draft DP.
There is a great deal of control on ROS and regularly, manufacturers request concessions on it, said the authorities.
By and large, the recreastional open space ought to be a greenhouse, however frequently brandish utilities are developed on it or it is transformed into concretized gardens. “So we are making this procurement. To give a specific part of the ROS as characteristic region that will keep up the ground water level,” said one officer.
Manufacturers need to keep a specific rate of a building plot for ROS. The draft DP looks for that a developer building on a plot measuring 1,001sq m to 2,500sq m keep 15% for ROS. It’s 20% if the zone is between 2,501sq m to 10,000sq m, and 25% if above 10,000sq m.
The urban power will put the updated draft DP before the general assemblage of city corporators on Friday. On today, it will begin the obligatory methodology of getting proposals/protests from nationals. A short time later, the BMC will send the last draft to the state government for endorsement.