ANNEXURE – X

Development Plan of Thane City 1.0
1.1

Planning Events and Authorities
Authorities
Thane is an important industrial city and as a district administrative Head Quarter. Prior to formation of Thane Municipal Corporation, the different authorities having the control over the developmental activities can be

summaried as –

a)

Thane Municipal Council :The development over the then area under teritorial J urisdction of the Municipal council was controlled by the local authority.

b)

The District collector :The land use for the outer area of the then Municipal Council was controlled by the collector, Thane, as per the zone pla n prepared for the area by the Town. Planning and valuation department and being the proposals of sanctioned regional plan for Bombay metropolitian region.

c)

Thane Municipal Corporation :After the formation of T hane municipal corporation, by merging of 32 villages with the then municipal council, the developmental activities within its teritorial jurisdiction are being controlled by the Thane Municipal Corporation.

1.2

Planning Events
The major events in the planning process of the present Thane City can be briefly summarised as-

1.2.1

In 1863, the Thane Municipal Council was formed with population of 9000 persons souls.

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The scheme was undertake n for the area between the old Agra road and the MCGM pipeline with the Wagle Industrial Estate towards west and restricted to Pokhran road No.6 In 1961. the boundaries of Municipal council were extended towards south upto boundry of Mumbai Municipal Corporation. The development plan so prepared was submitted to Govt by the Municipality & Govt. The said scheme was sanctioned by the Govt. giving further impetus to industrial development. 1. As industrial activities within Greater Mumbai were restricted & there was need to have systematic development of area these zone plans were prepared to reduce the pressure on industrial development in Thane City. the Thane Municipal council declared its intention to prepare the town planning scheme no.2.2. 1. 1. the Wagle Industrial Estate was established.2.2 for part of Naupada area and the entire Municipal area to the south of railway line. 1. 1. The said scheme was subsequently withdrawn and was not processed further.3 In the year 1959. the Municipal Council declared its intention to prepare the town planning scheme . comprising of kopri and chendani villages and part of Naupada.1 towards north. 1985.2. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------437 .2. Town Planning & Valuation department prepared the zone plan for the area towards north & west sides of Municipal Council. Thane I & published the same in the year 1962.7 In 1962.1.4 The Thane Municipality resolved in 1957 to prepare the Development plan of Thane through Town planning and valuation Dept.2. on 18th January 1985 and came into force from 1st may. accorded sanction in 1963.2 In 1958.5 In 1961.

a) Sanctioned development plan for the area of earstwhile Municipal council of Thane. Diwa etc.10 In 1970. The plan has envisaged the amalgmation of the areas of Majiwade. Owle within the then Thane Municipal Council.2. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------438 . towards east.2. 1.1. the Thane Municipal Corporation was established consisting of the earstwhile Thane Municipal Council & 32 other settlem ents including the Kolshet Balkum industrial complex & other villages along the Thane Ghodbunder road alongwith Kalwa.11 In October 1982. During this period the Kolshet B alkum complex area situated along the ThaneGhodbunder road towards west had also started industrial developments. Trans-Thane Creek Industrial area was established along a 20 km strip of land between Thane creek & the Parsik hills Kalwa Industrial area was created.8 In 1963.2. Kolshet. Balkum.3 Planning Documents The following planning documents were prepared for regulating the development. b) Zone plan for Thane North industrial complex forming part of the sanctioned regional plan. 1974. Regional plan for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) was undertaken & the same was sanctioned by the Government in the year 1973. the Revised Development Plan for the jurisdiction of the then Thane Municipal Council was prepared and published by the council & sanctioned by Government in November. 1. Kausa. Kalwa - Parsik & Khari area forming part of the regional d) Town planning scheme Thane-I. 1. Mumbra.2. 1. c) Zone plan for plan.9 In 1965. Chitalsar Manpada.

Notifications through which Govt. ELU.C. Approvals & validity) After the formation of Thane Municipal Corporation TMC initiated the process of preparing the existing land use (ELU) map as first step in preparation of development plan for the entire corporation limit. permitted modifications.P. TPS-1297/1319/CR148/97/UD-12 TPS-1297/1319/CR148/97/UD-12 Date 04/10/1999 27/10/1999 Notification Details Sanctioned with Schedule I & substantial modification in Schedule II Sanctioned with deleting Reservations in Schedule I.DDP. 1 Govt. Following Table elaborate the various Govt.0 Development plan . allow excluding and delletions.P was initiated in the year 1986.No. The Govt of Maharashtra after making necessary enquiry and consulting with Director.( Intention. Town planning of Maharashtra state sanctioned the developm ent plan with some modifications. Rules sanctioned for Recreational Tourism area in Green zone I. Addition of New reservations TPS-1297/1319/CR148/97/UD-12 2 TPS-1297/1359/CR148/97/UD-12 3 TPS-1200/412/CR75/2000/UD-12 4 TPS-1299/499/CR- 22/11/1999 Development Plan came into force (Excluding Schedule I & II) 30/11/1999 D.e) The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional plan for controlling the land use in the area of Thane Municipal Corporation outside the above plans.29 of ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------439 .No. Sector VII in Schedule I 20/04/2000 Sanctioning substantial modification in Sector I 26/04/2000 Substantial modification in Sr. Sr.The Draft Development plan (DDP) was published in the year 1991. Notification No. After complying with all legal formalities the Revised Draft D. This was done to control the use of the land prior to establishment of the Municipal Corporation. was submitted for the approval of the State Govt in the year1996. 2. The process of preparation of draft D.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Zoning Area under Residential Zone Area under Industrial Zone Area under Reservation Area under Road Defence Area Forest Area Green Zone Area Area in Ha.00 3211.105/99/UD-12 5 6 TPS-1200/1502/CR325/2000/UD-12 TPS-1200/257/CR87/2002/UD-12 7 TPS-1201/274/CR24/2001/UD-12 03/04/2003 22/07/2002 03/10/2000 Sector No.X Substantial modification in Sr. 2665.77 12823.No.VIII Sanctioned No.No. Table – X/1 – Broad zoning as per sanctioned D.0 Development Plan 3.23 sq.00 1267.97 122.I & with Schedule list substantial of this modification for entire area of Sector modification from Section II to XI 8 TPS-120/274/CR24/2001/UD-12 14/05/2003 Development Plan Implementation for excluded portion from above list The sanctioned development plan as per the details mentioned in above table covers the total area of 128. Cl. implementation of the development plan is obligatory on TMC.42.VIII Substantial modification in Sr.61 1254. The validity of the said DP is for 20 years from the date of final sanction of this plan 3.1 Broad zoning : The broad zoning of sanctioned development plan summarialy given in the following chart. The Planning authority for the said plan is Thane Munic ipal Corporation and as per the MR & TP Act.65 742.00 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------440 .km.No. 1966.00 3560.56 of Sector No.12 of Sector No.P Sr.

road areas is given in follwing Table.00 242.23 43.P.51 116.23 43. 51. Table – X/2 – Sectoral distribution of developable areas Sector No.85 30.95 45.) Area under Industrial Zone Reservation Road I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI TOTAL 56.43 126.3 Reserved Sites There are 804 sites reserved for various public purposes.61 1254 Ha.83 82.2 Sectorial distribution of Residential & Industrial zone.95 135. Area under Residential Zone (In Ha.91 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------441 .80 247.00 2664.S.84 742.85 III 54 (36+18 T.97 Ha 5929.3.28 1267.39 7.95 72.97 418.10 308.80 70.) 30. reservation areas and D.P.23 Ha.) Area in Ha.65 132. This is also termed as Developable Area. 51.08 80.S.83 366. Table – X/3 – Sectoral distribution of reserved sites. The sectorial distribution of these sites has been given in following table.35 155.94 55.I. 3.00 4.98 58.25 316.65 18.38 266.00 65.15 144.43 91. I II Total Reservations 59 91 (74+17 T.I.30 50. The TMC is development authority for737 reserved sites whereas for the remaining 67 sites are expected to be developed by the Govt & other authorities.P.00 408. Sector No.91 98.00 305.

01 35.M.28 1267.65 132.37 NIL 5.619 I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI Total 3 10 2 13 2 1 2 1 2 3 39 1 1 3 1 3 3 1 2 15 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------442 .95 72.06 9.95 135.40 0.65 4.82 76. Land 8 4 1 13 4 19 9 14 5 1 NIL 6 1 3 5 67 Total Area in Ha 2. On Pvt. the sectorial development status is summarised in the following table- Table – X/4 – Sectoral status of developed reservations.00 65.45 0.43 91.C On Govt.IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI Total 81 112 94 3 102 72 58 78 804 98.C.M.43 126. Land On T. Sector No.76 6.335 11.1 Developed sites : Uptill March’2006 corporation has been successful in developing only 67 sites out of 804 reserved sites.Land Reservation Developed by T.97 418.0 Status of Reserved Sites : 4.49 1.924 3.

4.14 13. There are 12 no.Sectoral Status of reservations affected by CRZ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------443 .2 Enchroached Reserved Sites :The detailed survey has been carried out by the corporation in the recent past.889 4. Developable reservations in CRZ as well as non developable reservations in CRZ is given in following Table.079 4.83 4.90 0. 1.05 10. I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI Total Reservations Encroached 5 26 21 8 18 1 1 33 15 5 16 149 Area in Ha. 115 no. of reservations can not be developed.93 8. which reveals that 149 reserved sites has been enchroached upon by permanent structures over the years. The sectorwise breakup of the reservations affected by CRZ. of sites are affected by Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Act.29 0.33 79.38 22. Table X/6 – Sectoral status of encroached reserved sites Sector No. The details of these enchroached sites is summarised in the following table. Table X/7. of reservations which still can be developed for its designated purposes & 103 no.86 3.10 10.3 Reserved sites affected by CRZ : From the total 804 reserved sites.

00 m are internal roads.00 m.607 146.00 km.4.5 Status of Road Development Presently Thane City have around 760 roads covering 280. Width of these roads varies from 2.555 21.00 m width 292.00 Ha 742.00 m are major roads while road having width less than 6.33 408. length & remaining 227 no. length are internal roads.78 847. The Road development status is given in the following table: Table X/9 – Sectoral status of road development Reserved Area for Road Area covered by major roads with more than 6. From the 760 no.20 75.2837 63. Roads with width more than 6.19 km.534 12. 4.20 68. of roads are major roads covering about 213.32 km. of roads which covers 66. The major roads stated above almo st covers an area of 292 Ha.53 36. length.4 Summary of open & Developable Reserved sites : The detailed survey undertaken by the corporation on the recent past reveals that out of total 804 reserved sites.2897 4.27 10. still 406 sites are open & can be developed for the designated purposes. of roads 533 no. I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI Total Developable Reservations 20 33 20 56 60 87 1 38 30 16 45 406 Area in Ha. The summary of these sites given in the following table – Table X/8 – Sectoral status of developable reservations Sector No.97 Ha ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------444 .5 m to 60.

bus station. m be permitted to utilized for any of ay the permissible users in the residential zone R -1 or R2 or for those in the commercial zone subject to the following : i) The layout or subdivision of such land shall be approved by the commissioner who will ensure that for the land admeasuring 5000 sqm. 35 Area 53353. With the previous approval of the commissioner any open land or lands or Industrial lands in the Industrial zones. These open spaces available to corporation are treated at par with reservations made in sanctioned Development Plan. Municipal purpose & such other amenities as may be considered necessary will be provided therein.C. sub post office. of sites developers will be handing over the constructed facilities free of cost to the Corporation. In the sanctioned D. In addition to this 2. or more 5% of the total area of land shall be reserved for public utilities & amenities like electrical sub-station. according to provisions made in sanctioned Development Control Regulations. as directed & approved by the commissioner.76 m2 Balance Sites No. In addition to the recreational open space as is required to be provided under these regulation further 5% shall be provided as additional recreational space.68 m2 104132. According to provisions made in Appendix M clause no. 63. ii) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------445 .C.of Amenity plots 64 Total Area Developed Sites upto March'2005 No. Uptil now Corporation have acquired 64 no. In such layouts or subdivisions.5% of the total area shall be reserved for such amenities.5. Sub Post Offices. each more than 2 Ha in area. Table X/10 – Sectoral status of Amenity spaces handed over to corporation Total No. These 6 constructed amenities are also called as buildable amenities. where the development plan has not provided for amenities & services or facilities or if provided they are inadequate 5% of the total area shall be designated/ Reserved as amenity space for provision of primary schools. police out post. a) Clause No.R.6.0 Amenitie s & Recreation Grounds : TMC is entitled to get certain open areas in the form of Amenity spaces & Recreational ground. The corpporation have prepared a priority list of 26 remaining amenity spaces to be developed innext 3 years. following provisions are made vide Clause n.44 m2 The provisions to convert existing industrial land for development of Residential & Commercial purpose is permitted in Sanction D. of amenity spaces. Area 29 50778.R. Out of these 64 sites 32 have already been developed for various public purposes. Among the 64 spaces mentioned above at 6 no. Police posts etc.63 – In any layout exceeding 2 hectores in area in residential & commercial zones. amenities & facilities shall be provided as required by this regulation.

(In Rs.of Amenity Plots 64 . free of cost as per the provisions made in D.C.44 m2 Cost 110. Thane Municipal Corporation have acquired 15 no. Table X/11 – Status of I to R recreational grounds handed over to TMC. The development of these sites will also be carried out through private partnership (i. Total Area m2 Land Cost as per R. Thane Municipal Corporation could acquire these lands.G. jogging track.) 104132. of sites as Recreation grounds.e.G.78 Cost 39.78 6 Area 23384. Plots Total Area m2 Details of Site Developed in Phase I Details of Site to be Developed in Phase II No 9 Area 37279.of I to R R. (In Rs. through developers) & which again will be done without any financial burden on TMC.) 60664.94 The land cost for Amenity plots & R. is given in the following table Table X/12 – Land cost of Amenity open spaces Total No. Out of these 15 sites TMC is now developing 6 sites through private participation in first phase.G.R.R. The developers will be entitled to have proportionate amount of Development Rights (DRC) in lieu of above development. The remaining 9 sites going to be developed in same manner in second phase.R.14 Crores ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------446 . Total No. Plots 15 Total Area m2 Land Cost as per R.of I to R R. eco garden.82 Crores Table X/13 – Land cost of Recreational grounds Total No.83 No 15 60664. These 6 sites are to be developed as grounds for various sports activities.Through above provisions in (ii).

The area acquired through these 17 no. 9. 6.D. of reservation lands uptill now. to the extent permissible on the lands owned by them.62 sq. 3.78 17. 5. 4. 16.73 70. No 1. Rules in Appendix –W. With the help of above provisions corporation has acquired 17 no. 2.I.80 100 14.56 8. is given in the following table.64 65. Sr. 10. provided they surrender the land under reserved site free of cost & free from encumbrances to the Municipal Corporation. 14.46 79.40 100 4. 8.6. can receive F.mt.27 70..90 100 78. 11.36 39. of reservation is about 177764. 13. mt 59000 47500 15000 4100 455600 28700 11200 3100 61300 10200 4500 30000 Acquired Area Sq.0 Reservation acquired by way of TDR The concept of Transferable Development Rights has been adopted & necessary provisions has been made in D. Under this concept the land owners whose lands are earmarked for public purpose in D.9 286384.38 4200 860 20. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------447 . Reservation Garden – 9 Play ground – 4 Park-2 Playground-5 Park-4 Garden-8 Playground-5 Playground-11 Park-8 Garden-8 Commissioner Bunglow Swimming Pool & Garden-13 Primary School -1 Primary & Secondary School3 Primary school-16 Secondary school & playground TOTAL ARE A Area under Road TOTAL ARE A Sector VI V V IV IV VI VI VIII V V II V II II Area of reservatio n Sq.C.R.S. 12. The details of land acquired by way of T. mt 3871 4150 10560 4210 21580 17325 4399 2195 74205 1475 3584 19614 % Area of Entire Reservation 6. This New tool of TDR has also reduced heavy cost of land acquisition & can provide public amenities at faster pace to the citizen. IV IV 3000 3330 744000 3000 2600 174128 112196.47 15. 7.73 60.P.

The list of such Accomodation reservation developed uptill now is given in following table.No.5 4900 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------448 . Police Line Mouje Kopari G. Table X/14 – List of developed reservations through accommodation reservation policy. Therefore necessary provisions has been made in appendix 'P' of D. 124. 125 Area Sqmtr.49 & 50 P S. Therefore both corporation & land owner are benefited. I Name of Reservation Primary Health Centre No. This also allow the owner to develop his property for permissible use.No. 1 4000 4 V Secondary School No.C. This policy have not gathered momentum uptill now and needs to be accelerated by proper planning in developing such reservations.N. No.1 Description of the Land Opp. By this way civic amenities & facilities can be made available to peoples by private participation with minimizing financial burden on corporation. This policy permits the development of reservation for designated purpose through private participation. 900 2 III Hospital No. Sr. This is perfect model of publice private partnership (PPP) if used carefully.154 P Panchpakhadi Mouje Chitalsar Manpada G.0 Acomodation Reservations Provisio n of all the basic Civic Amenities & facilities to the citizens is a basic aim in the preparation of Development plan. 1 Sector No. In this policy land under Reservation are not acquired & developed by Municipal Corporation. 59 P Mouje Kolshet S. rules enabiling the land owners to develop the reserved sites by adopting Accomodation Reservation policy.1 750 3 IV Maternity Home No. But owner or private Institution will themselves develop the reservation as per provision of DCR with necessary permissions. It is obligatory on the part of corporation to provide basic amenities & facilities But it is seen that this is not always possible for corporation because of financial problems.7.No.

After acquiring these sites the corporation has to make necessary budgetary provisions for development of these acquired sites. 9. 2 Market No.m. of then Thane Municipal Council and designed for the population of 2.9 Primary School No. The Thane Municipal Corporation came into existence on 1st Oct.P.No. which do not include the cost for development of these sites. 8. 5500 6 IX 4500 7 IX 1634.89 P. The plan was for the jurisdiction of an area about 26 sq.No. This shows the tremendous financial 9. Mouje Kausa S.0 Different models of Implementation of Development Plan. . Prior to that or even within a period of 10years from the date of coming into force of Development Plan. The cost of acquisition of entire land under the reserved sites shown in D. 88. 6000 Crores.The same cost as per the present values comes out to the tune of Rs.158/2 Pt. as per 1991 values comes out to the tune of Rs. 1982.1 Background The first sanctioned development plan of the Thane City came into force from 4th November.0 Financial implication For effective implementation of development plan priority should be given to acquire lands under all the reserved sites.No.91 Lakhs by 1991.00 Total 22184. .4 P Mouje Dhokali S. implications in implementation of DP.00 Sqmtr.5 V Secondary School No. the performance on implementation of the proposals of the ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------449 . 1974. 117 P Mouje Kausa S. 209 Crores.

9. necessary provisions have been made in the Development Control Regulations. Also a lot of time required in acquiring these sites ultimately defeat the purpose of development. The implementation of Development plan can be classified into two broad categoriesa) The proposals of the development plan to be implemented b acquiring the y lands earmarked for public purposes and carrying out the developments by urban body itself & appropriate authorities.2.Development plan was very poor. These in fact has defeated the purpose of development. The local authority succeeded in implementing the said plan only to the extent of 16.2 Different models of D.implementation.P.implementation : The previous legal frame work provides following three ways or models for D. Therefore to make the implementation realistic and enforceable. The Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act.P. 1966 U/s 126 stipulated the procedure and powers in this regard. it involves huge cost which exerts heavy financial burden on the local authority. It is the duty of the local authority to implement the development plan.1 Compulsory land acquisit ion & development : This is the traditional means of development.24% in terms of the total reserved area. The scenario in implementation of the present development plan is not different. 9. The development plan envisages public sites earmarked at appropriate places for providing civic amenities and facilities and proposals of the land use zones for controlling the private development. b) Control on developments as per land use zones to be carried out by land owners and private developers as well as other concerned agencies under provisions of development control rules. Though this provision is available. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------450 . The main hurdle in implementation is the huge amount of funds required & sources through which they can be arranged.

3 Private negotiations with the land owners : The private owner also does not handover the lands which are under reserved site. 9.5 Acquisition and development by way of TDR : The concept of transfer of Development Right has been recently incorporated in the Development Contro l regulation of the city vide Appendix 'W' The owner of a plot of land which is reserved for a public purpose in the development plan and to be ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------451 . acquisition of lands and developments thereon to a greater extent by way of lavying betterment contribution from land owners.2.C.I. But this idea have the drawbacks such as it takes a long delay for the schemes to come into force on finalisation.e.2. for his own purpose in confirmity with the allowable user in that area as per the zoning of D.9.2.2 Undertaking town planning schemes. The category of reservations that can be developed under this stipulations by way of PPP has been enumerated in Appendix 'P' of D.2. The recent provisions has introduced some other effective modes of implementation of DP.S. "accomodation reservation".R.- 9.4 Public Private Participation (PPP) : Ths sanctioned develoment control regulations has provided the means of development of reserved sites for the designated purposes by involving the land owner vide Appendix 'P'.P. If used properly & convincingly this may prove to be pefect model. he is premitted to develop the potential F. : The Town planning schemes have the distinct advantage of reducing the cost of implementation i. 9. the landowner can develop the reserved sites for its designated purpose with his own cost and to handover the same free ofcost to the corporation. The cost of land acquisition is also very huge. In return. As per these provisions viz.

various constraints of the local authority it is becoming impossible to adopt the first three models for D. Therefore corporation after carrying out comprehensive survey. Considering the present trend of development. Acquisition & development of amenity plots by way of TDR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------452 . Promoting & encouraging the accomodation reservation policy. amenities and open spaces has scientifically planned the programme of D.P.developed by the corporation are eligible for award of Transferable Development Rights (TDR) in the form of floor space index (FSI) such award will entitle the owner of the land to FSI in the form of a Development Right Certificate (DRC) which he may use himself or transfer to any other person. Different models for implementing the development plan has been discussed at length as above. The results are quiet satisfactory and it can been seen that 17 reserved sites & nearly 12 Ha. then this will be a very handy and important tool for implementing the Development plan. The additional TDR is also available to the owner who develops or constructs the amenity on the surrendered plot at his cost subject to certain stipulations. implementation by effectively using the last two models as mentioned above. This programme has in part already been initiated the summary of which is as mentioned herein :a) b) c) d) Acquisition of reserved sites by way of TDR. Development of reserved sites viz. The scarcity of funds for acquisition and subsequent development and unavoidable delay in acquisition proceeding can be successfully avoided by using the TDR concept.P. road is acquired through this provision in only 3 years span.P. market position. implementation. This provision has proved to the best instrument in implementation of development plan. buildable reservations by PPP. These additional development rights are in the form of FSI and are equivalent to the area of construction / development done by him. study and analysis of reserved sites. land under D. If this policy is systematically planned and implemented.

play ground.e. sumps by way of TDR (under Development of DP roads by way of TDR (under process) 10.C.R. The D.C. The reservation for housing for dishoused & transit camp will be developed as per provisions in Appendix 'P' of D. garden i.R.e) Development of recreational ground. wherein first priority will be given to owners / institution to develop the reservation those having more than 50% of land under reservation. It is proposed to adopt following strategy for effective implementation of D. which will have PPP model. will be acquired on priority as per Govt. The reserved sites / lands owned by Govt. open type of reservations through TDR.P. Policy will be used scientifically to acquire maximum no. for effective implementation of D.. Priority to be given to land owners / Pvt. of open reservations to be acquired & developed such as playgrounds. then it is planned that a policy will be adopted in which an owner either develops the reservation or hand over the reserved land in lieu of TDR.M. T.C. Recreation grounds gardens. of reserved sites. showed very poor performance in imple mentation of development plan.0 The strategy proposed by T.D.P. Each year 2 No. 5) 6) 7) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------453 .P.While sanctioning development pro posals if land falls under reservations. The evalution of D. 3) 4) Parking Reservations will be developed in developed & under developed areas either by TDR or by due process of land acquisition.P.R.C. All open type of reservations will be acquired by way of TDR by simplifying the process 1) All open type of reservations will be acquired by way of TDR by simplifying the process and minimum target will be as follows. roads with more than 30 m width will be developed on priority. The owner wherever applicable can also submit the proposal of development of reservation as per Appendix 'P of D.R. f) process) g) Construction of elevated water tanks. 2) To scrupulously follow the Accomodation reservation policy with private participation. rules & condition. & Public institutions to develop the buildable amenities under Appendix ‘P’ of the D.P. comprehensive surveys & detailed analysis had been carried out to evaluate performance of D.

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