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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION
History of Mangalore dates back to the fourteenth century, when Alupas ruled the kingdom, which was divided into two divisions. The region around Mangalore was called “Mugaru nadu”, where as the northern region around Baindoor as “Baindura nadu”. For a short period, the region was under the rule of Hoysalas. From about the middle of the fourteenth century to the end of the sixteenth century, the district was part of the Vijayanagara Empire. The administration of the region of South Canara was transferred to Keladi rulers by the Vijayanagara Emperor, .around 1554 A.D. The region passed into the hands of Hyder Ali in 1763 A.D. and later to his son Tipusultan. Later it was annexed by the British after the fall of Tipu sultan in 1799 A.D.. Under the British rule, the South Canara was part of the Madras presidency. The South Canara district (later called Dakshinakannada district) had 8 taluks within its jurisdiction. A new district was created by name “Udupi District”, in the year 1997 by including Udupi, Kundapur and Karkala taluks in it. The remaining part viz, Mangalore, Bantwal, Puttur, Belthangadi and Sullia formed the Dakshina kannada district. The district is bounded by Udupi and Chikkamagalore district in the north, Hassan and Kodagu (Madikeri) district in the east, by Kerala state in the south and by the Arabian Sea on the west.

Regional setting
Mangalore is the headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district. The city is on the west coast of the state and is eccentrically located in relation to the district region. Mangalore is the largest of all the eight-urban centers of the district. Incidentally it is also the largest of all the urban centers in the entire west coast, in Karnataka.

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Location
Mangalore, as already stated, is on the west coast and is located at 12°. 52’ North latitude and 74°.53’ East longitude. It is at a distance of 357 km from the state capital. Mangalore is a railway head, with broad gauge railway links to Kerala & Tamilnadu in the south and Goa & Maharastra in the north. The Mangalore – Hassan railway line links the state’s Capital via Arasikere and Mysore. The city is on the national highway No. 17 and national highways 13 and 48 radiates from the city. The city is also connected to the state capital and other national major urban centers by air routes from Bajpe airport, which is located in the Mangalore local planning area. International link is also established now to gulf region of the Middle East. Mangalore is a major alweather harbour linked to other major harbours of the country and also international ports. The old bunder (port) is a relatively small-scale freight and fishing harbour. It also links areas served by the inland transport facility in Netravathy and Gurpur Rivers

Hinterland
The influence of Mangalore is a variable considering the various functions of the city (or the facilities the city is providing). The day-to-day service has a relatively small area around the city, confining to Mangalore and the neighbouring taluks of Buntwal and Belthangady taluks. Higher order and specialised facilities in the field of health and education influences a much larger area extending to the neighbouring districts of Chikkamagalore, Madikeri and even parts of Kasargod district in Kerala state. Similarly, the area of influence, attracting the labour and specialized trained personal in various establishments located in the city extend beyond the Mangalore district. In so far as the area of influence, in regard to the export and import products is concerned, Mangalore Harbour has greater part of the state’s geographical area, as its hinterland, with particular reference to iron and other ores exported and also the petroleum products, fertilizers etc

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Structure of the city
Mangalore city shows a north –south direction growth, parallel to the sea coast. Ribbon type developments are common all along the transport corridors with narrow approaches from the main road to interior development. The old town is thickly built The growth of the city, unlike other closely continuously built developments of the maidan situations has a special character, guided by the topography. The topography is undulating with hillocks with steep terrain and draining towards the two main rivers, namely Gurupura and Netravathy. The circulation has followed the ridges and developments have occurred all along, ribbon type, with isolated thick developments depending upon availability of land for devalopment. The valleys and low-lying areas are either agriculture or garden in-between the developments. Narrow approach roads or paths takes off from the main roads to individual enclosers or compounds, having a number of separate buildings or building blocks (some times flat type multiple dwellings) are observed. The major circulation radiates from the heart (Hampanakatte) like the spokes of a wheel in all directions. The North – South running NH-17 intercepts these radiating roads and also the NH-48, NH-13 and the state highway (SH-67). Developments along the sea Coast i.e. the south sand spit (Ullal & Someshwara) and the north sand spit (Bengre & Tannirubavi) very close to the coastline are also observed. As we move towards the east, away from the coast, East of the NH-17, the development is mainly confined to the main roads and isolated pockets in the interiors with approaches from the main corridors.

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D. Statistical officer. This is followed by the rainy season (south –west monsoon) from June to September. 4 . October and November is the retreating monsoon or post mon-soon season. although the rains cease by December and the remaining period is dry. There was an exception to this observation during 2001 and 2002. dist. December to February is the north-east monsoon. reveals that generally the rain fall in Mangalore taluk is relatively less than the district normal rainfall. during which the actual rainfall was larger than the district average normal rainfall. The rainfall data in the recent past i. Taluks Buntwal Belthanga di Mangalor e Puttur Sullia District Total Average Normal rainfall mm 3819 4589 3707 3946 4095 20156 4031 Actual rainfall (MM) 1997 4445 5134 3861 4688 3814 2194 2 4388 1998 4334 4627 4001 4605 3879 2144 6 4289 1999 3742 4756 3585 3807 3349 1923 9 3848 2000 2939 4042 3124 3257 3141 1650 3 3301 2001 3778 3868 3781 3394 3320 1814 1 3628 2002 2961 3617 3413 2894 2748 1563 3 3127 2003 3582 4008 3268 3185 3388 1743 1 3486 2004 3590 3538 3124 3440 3345 1703 7 3407 2005 3255 4247 2819 3445 3571 1733 7 3467 2006 4234 5192 2887 4077 4062 20452 4090 (Source: Dist. the actual number of rainy days was only 110 days. The normal number of rainy days was observed to be 120 days in Mangalore taluk. The year is divided into four seasons. But during 2006.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Climate The climate in Dakshina kannada district is observed to have heavy rainfall. There are nine rainfall gauges in Mangalore taluk.K. high humidity and very hot summer. A taluk-wise rainfall table for the period from 1997 to 2006 is noted below. Mangalore). The hot summer from March to May.e last ten years.

Day temperatures remain high even during the period December to February. Winds Winds are strong and are mainly westerly and south . 5 .7o c (62o F) recorded on January 13th. In the rest of the year. 1911. partially so in the southwest monsoon season. 1950. Skies are generally cloudy or overcast during the monsoon. April and May are considered to be the hottest months of the year. The highest maximum temperature ever recorded at Mangalore was 37. 1920 and the lowest minimum was 16.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Temperature The seasonal variations in temperature are small. with the mean daily maximum temperature of 29o C (84o F).westerly in the southwest monsoon months. February 8th.8o c (100o F) on February 28th. 1911 and December 10th. which blow in the afternoons. winds are mainly from directions between north and east in the fore-noons and westerly and northwesterly in the afternoon. The southwest monsoon is the coolest part of the year. Often the oppressive heat is relived by the comparatively cool Sea breezes. The air is highly humid all through the year.

44 %) %) 40. Mangalore City Corporation and its out growths showed a growth of 25. 91% .925 49. The old city part has achieved a near saturation.63.534 6.586 Census Year 199 200 1 1 3.586 61.16.977 1 2.23 %) %) 1.12 (19.03 % growth during 1981-91 and 12. Mangalore 02.50 (16. 14.895 (24.P. Population The population of Mangalore city local planning area was as indicated in the table below.P.22.66% where as Ullal municipal area showed 24. But during 1991-2001.100 16. 6 .Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore CHAPTER II DEMOGRAPHIC STUDIES 1. It is observed that the other urban and rural areas in the L.372 Total population in the local planning area. 981 a) Mangalore city corporation and its out growths 1 3. Administrative Administrative limits in the L.388 1.91 %) (Note: figures in brackets indicate Percentage Growth rates) On perusal of the growth pattern during the period 1981 and 2001.772 4.262 (25.94.P.A. the overall growth of population in the L.66 (5.434 (24.72.46.12% growths during 1991 –2001.098 b) Ullal Town Municipal council c) Mulki Town Municipal council d) Other urban Rural areas within the L.91 %) %) 14.44% and 21. 4.139 3 2.737 (33.A show 24.389 (16.10 (21. 61.10% growths during 1981-91.A.P. showed 33.89 %) %) 5. 1991 and 2001 census.91% growth during 1991-2001. these growth rates are respectively 5.03 %) (12. during 1981.A of 1.

R. are the basis for arriving at the future population.e. Ceramic industries (Tiles industries). We may observe a tendency of residential uses giving way for more remunerative uses due to high land cost. Panambur.A. for the purpose of design of the Master plan is based on the potential that the city commands during the coming years.S.L). Canning & Cashew Industries. industrial estate development by K.C.Z) is already declared by the Government in the Local planning area. Mudushedde etc. have already developed. Growth rates of some of these areas cannot be assessed during 1991-2001. Kannur. A detailed study of change of uses in the city core may yield interesting information.E.I. up to 2021.F (India). This process of change of uses to a more remunerative uses result in shift of the residential growth to outer areas. as these areas were ennumerated with city corporation areas and not seperately during the 2001 census operations. Suratkal.C. like the various economic developments expected. Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers (M.I. A special economic zone (S. Ice factories for fish storage etc. Kotekar.L). Moderately high growth rates were observed in Bajal. Industrial activity such as Mangalore Refinery Petrochemicals limited (M. Kudremukh Iron Ore Company limited (K. the services in the tertiary sector that the city provides for itself and to the hinterland (region) and the public and semipublic facilities the city houses. as has been observed in Someshwar.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore It is also observed that some of the out growths have shown marked high rates of growth during 1981-91.S. where as some have shown moderately high growth rates of growth during 1991-2001.C.O. The estimation of population for the proposed plan period i. B.S. It may be observed that further population growth possibilities within core city limits and T. Panambur and Mudushedde showed very high growths during 1981-91.F). near work centres. Growths of ancillary industries are also expected. However Kotekar and Someshwar showed high growth trend during 1991-2001 also. M. For example Suratkal. Munnur and Kotekar during 1981-91.P. C”s are limited.D. The city has 7 . Various aspects of growth within the connurbation.

Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore higher order health and education facilities with particular reference to Medical.T. Sex Ratio The sex ratios observed in Mangalore taluk urban areas are highly in favour of fair sexes in the census years 1991 and 2001. Hubli. project. The information technology sector has taken interest for development here. The Infosys. good communication network is already established through rail. can be a guide which can be considered to meet a higher trend of growth. I.Dharwad and other major cities.D. It is observed that the sex ratios in Mangalore taluk (urban). road and air routes.T Giant has already acquired land (through K.70 lakhs.85% was recorded in urban areas of Karnataka.I. It is observed. it was 1009. a decimal growth of 28. 8 . to meet the growing potential.B) in Pajeer. The sex ratios of child population (0-6 Age group). during 1991 was 1007 and in 2001. the prospective population. Sex ratios of urban areas at taluk.P A limits for their I. which include prime cities of the state and other class I cities of high potential like Bangalore. has to be determined.53%) Hence. 2. Kairangala and Kurnad village adjacent to the L. during 1991-2001.30 lakhs and for 2021may be taken as 10. district and state levels are given below for comparison. This means that the prospective population for 2011 may be taken as 8.. which rely heavily on the past trends of growth only. also. a leading. at these levels are also given. They have their own limitations. This exercise cannot be merely based on any mathematical formulae.P. it is thought that this trend may be considered for adoption in Mangalore L. (This amounts to an annual exponential growth of 2. Engineering and Management are already established.Further.A. These ratios are observed to be higher than the Dakshinakannada district’s figures of 998 and 1005 during census periods. Mysore. The trend of urbanization occurring in the state.A. for purposes of design of the Master plan. It is in this contexts.Mangalore is a major harbour with its Export and Import activities increasing rapidly.

due to the rapid growth of the Mangalore urban agglomeration. The sex ratio of south canara district during 1971 was 1057 (including the present Udupi district also).e. the sex ratio was 1009 in urban areas of Mangalore taluk compared to the figures at district level. a cheep travel) had an impact on the male population.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Year Mangalore Taluk Urban population Total population 1041 1031 955 Dakshinakannada District Urban population 998 1005 Total population 1020 1022 952 Karnataka state Urban population 930 942 Total population 960 965 946 1991 2001 2001 (child populati on age group 0 –6) 1007 1009 - (Source: C. however has a reduced impact in Mangalore urban area due to rapid urbannisation (i. in the working age group. 9 . both at taluk level and district level. in spite of the general trend. where the sex ratios of children were 946 and that of the total population was 965. 1022).) It is observed that the trend of male out migration is seen generally. The high level of literacy among the people. Probably this is the reason for the imbalance of the sex ratios. This also indicates a rural -urban movement.e. In the age group of 0-6 during 2001. Such comparison can be made even at the state level. A comparison of the sex ratios of population in the working age group and the non working younger age group will throw light upon the extent of the migration trend. in Coastal areas in particular (Including South canara district). 1991 and 2001. in Dakshina kannada district was 952. This general trend is seen even today. This trend. where as the over all sex ratios was 1022 (These sex ratios at taluk level were 955 and 1031). This general trend was observed even during 1971.O.I population Tables. their enterprising nature and the probable attraction of Bombay and Gulf countries (for employment opportunities) and readily available linkage (via the sea. i. the sex ratios. to migrate.

39 78.O.99 Male 94. in regard to industrial classification of workers reveals that the tertiary sector and secondary sector activities dominated over the primary sector activity.74 89. Function of the city A study of the primary census abstracts of Mangalore urban agglomeration.34 56.Tables / Dist. During 1991 census period. At a glonce D.K. during 1991 census. At district level it was 83.20 83. the literacy further improved.92 85.21 92.90 66.40 Total 89.80 84.88 68.70 (Source C. The urban population had 85.50 89.Dist. During the 2001 census operation. tertiary sector accounted for 81007 workers. Out of 1.In the secondary category of workers 78534 main workers were enumerated.3 % The Mangalore taluk (urban) population had 89. Only 7.99% literate population. which is 47.I.04 %.04 76.10 56. Mangalore Taluk Census Year Urban Male 1991 92.10 Total 84.72.40 Karnataka state Urban Total 67.60 82..14 93. The table below gives the literacy level in relation to state level figures during 1991 and 2001. (2006-07) 4.99 % of total main workers.74% of the district population was literate as against the state level literacy of 56.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 3.03 % of the total main workers.14% literates at district level and Mangalore taluk level (urban) had 85.10 87.4 % and at taluk level it was 87.30 Dakshinakannada District Urban 91. which accounted for 45.34 75.26 44.78 Total 85.10 2001 Female 85.84 76. .60 Female 89. both at the district level and at taluk level.02 Total 89.38% of the main 10 .70 77. 76.257 main workers. Literacy The Dakshina Kannada district stands favorably in regard to literacy of population.45 82.7% literates.

48% and women participation was 33. In the household industries category women participation was 92. 26 %. In the other workers category women participation was 20.52 %.In the “other workers” category their participation was Thus Mangalore Urban agglomeration and Mulki town are basically bi functional in tertiary and secondary sector of activity. During the 2001 census. processing.3 % were in the category of “house holds industries and other workers category”. It is most likely that this character continues in the plan period also 11 . was in a similar situation. Mulki. processing. In the category “other services” the proportion of women were substantial i. As for the participation.01% of the main workers.e. Tertiory sector accounted for 45. It was also observed that nearly 60 % of the main workers in category V (b) (i.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore workers were in the primary sector. services & repairs in other than household industries” 66. 64.61% of main workers were women and also in other services category their participation was 29. both Mangalore urban agglomeration and Mulki town can be classified as a bifunctional urban area with Tertiary and secondary sector activities.6 % men 35. there were 2. Thus. Here again in category V(b) “manufacturing.4% women participated in the main worker category. 34. Men participation was 66.84% and secondary sector accounted for 36.30. In Mulki town area similar situation existed. during 1991. Out of this 98.14% main workers were 22. women. In the Household category 90. services & repairs) in other than household industries were woman. another important urban area in the agglomeration.48 % were women.52%.3%. within the local planning area.032 workers (main + marginal) in Mangalore urban agglomeration.e. manufacturing.33%.

26 0.88 2.65 1.34 0.77 6. Uni.44 10.00 2.40 10.78 0.66 5.26 1.19 4.74 5.67 3.25 5.04 49907 56545 62781 65818 56625 47415 46714 37563 34335 26852 19069 16824 13309 9392 5264 4682 534 601079 8.89 3.21 1.71 4.87 0.27 0.95 3.95 0.94 2. & Collage group Assuming that the age structure of Mangalore taluk (urban) can be adopted for the Mangalore urban agglomeration and the L.46 3. An assessment of population in different age group for 2001 is done below.63 0.42 7.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore (AgePopulation Composition (Age-Sex Structure) The age sex composition of the population of the Mangalore taluk (urban) was observed to be as in the following table. we can work out the population of the city by 2011 and 2021.52 1.75 3.04 24694 28043 32145 32296 28564 23699 23287 17663 16298 13233 9898 9237 7577 5581 3205 3059 262 301847 4.84 47446 7.71 2.93 0.A.94 9.05 23106 3.17 2.89 25213 28502 30636 33522 28061 23720 23427 19900 18037 13619 9171 7587 5732 3811 2059 1623 272 299232 4.11 4.00 Elderly Aged Group Working Age Group Women fertility age group Age group (years) 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80+ Age not stored All ages Remarks Child group Primary & secondary school group Pre. 12 .26 0.08 100.54 1.94 3.37 4. also and that a similar age structure is likely to stay even during the planning period also.89 7. Population composition Mangalore Taluk (Urban) – 2001 Population Male Female Total % to % to % to Population Population Population total total total 24340 4.51 0.09 5.P.57 4.80 2.31 3.30 9.53 0.56 0.35 5. which have their own planning requirement.20 1. in the different age groups.

which demand childcare.89 8. requirement of education infrastructure and availability of human resource. (Totals do not agree). 20 – 34 2001 % to total 7. 20 –59 working age group 60+ elderly age group Total population of L. The special women group gives us an idea as to the maternity care requirement.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 Age group 0-4 child group 5-9 Primary & 10-14 secondary age group 15 – 19 collage (general) age group. These groupings represent the population in the respective age group.P.e.32 Population 2001 51000 53600 61000 67500 359500 53800 646434 14.A.07 91000 Note: population figure are rounded off. In the above table six groupings of population are available along with a special women group (in fertility age group i.Special group (Women in fertility age group. 13 .61 8. 20-34 age group).30 9.41 10.44 55.

For this purpose detailed investigation of the housing requirement has to be worked out. It is observed that many Government departments. This amounted to an increase of 31518 households during 1991-2001 period. which may be about 3 to 5% . A cursory glance shows a shortage of 1900 houses.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore CHAPTER III EXISTING SITUATION 1. its outgrowths and two Municipal Councils. under various income groups and also a factor of housing vacancy. In Mulki town 2741 households lived in 2702 residential houses. there were 97187 households living in 95287 occupied residential houses in Mangalore local planning area. the City Corporation. various industrial establishments.705 households in the local planning area.28. The actual position during 2001 census was that there were 1. 14 . University etc have made efforts to provide residential quarters for their employees. In Mangalore city urban agglomeration. there were 76254 households occupying 74740 residential houses. which includes the city corporation area. HOUSING On perusal of the census data during 1991. The housing requirement has to take into consideration the need to make available the required quality housing. the state electricity department.

2.T. Shivarama Karantha Nagara Padavu 10. Kankanadi Mahatma nagara Markada Prashantha nagara. 9.P. Padavu 11.D. Derebail Sadashiva nagara. 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Government quarters P. 4. Kankanadi Somanath nagara Ullal Abbakka nagara Derebail Dr. Mangala nagra. 7. Maruthy nagara.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Housing effort made in the Mangalore local planning area by various agencies are listed below. Lalabahaddur nagara. Post and telegraph Department. quarters City corporation Police Department Commercial tax department Health Department Central excise Department Police housing corporation Karnataka power transmission corporation ltd (K. 3. Urban development authority 1350 99 96 160 268 houses and 548 sites (a) Following residential schemes were completed by the Urban Development authority 1. Attavara Pragathinagar Kankenadi Netravathy nagara. 6. Hosabetlu 101 55 70 63 98 86 326 56 sites sites sites sites sites sites sites sites 58 sites 41 sites 68 sites Total :1022 sites 15 .W.C.L) Karnataka housing board National institute of technology KARNATAKA (NITK) New Mangalore port trust (NMPT) project Kudremukh iron ore company limited (KIOCL) Mangalore chemical & fertilizer (MCF) Mangalore refineries petrol chemicals ltd (MRPL) Rehabilitation scheme. 8.

there is a proposal for construction of residential dwellings for PouraKarmikas.N. (1) Padavu (2) Suratkal (3) Konaje Slum Areas A few slum developments noticed in the following areas of the city are proposed to be taken up for improvements by the Mangalore city corporation. It is observed from the data (as on 31-3-07). 11. The tertiary sector slightly gaining an upper hand. 12. furnished by the industries department.P. 19.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore (b) The following residential schemes have been proposed to be taken up. 14. near cremation ground.D.C’s office) Hampanakatta (Behind B. hoige Bazar Harijian colony. Kodical Harijian colony. Harijian colony. 13. Urva near Urva Market C. bar) Gatty Hithlu & C.S.B assistance. Dongarakeri (behind hotel Tej Bhavani) Harijian colony (Pandeshwer) Kanduka (Behind D. employing about 83. Mangalore taluk has the major share of industrial activity in the entire district. 2. tertiary and secondary sectors of employment are dominating in Mangalore urban agglomeration. 7. 9. compound. 4. Kudukori Gudda(south) Jappinamogaru (Fisherman Colony). Mudushedde Harijian colony. while discussing functional classification of the city. 1. 3. 18. Shantha Alva compound Chapathy nagara. Bhavanti Street . 16. 2. kavoor Kudukori Gudda bye –pass road –‘A Block’ Kudukori Gudda bye –pass road –‘B Block’ Further. 6. 10.C compound Harijian colony. house-less and EWS of society by the Mangalore city corporation. under A. in various industrial units.B. 8. 17. 5.00% of the total industrial employees of the district. (Out of 31976 industrial employees in dakshina Kannada District 26536 industrial 16 . Boloor Kodiyala guttu Harijian colony. Kudukori Gudda(north) Harijian colony. Economic Base of city As has already been stated in chapter II (4). 15.

Commercial banking’s share of Mangalore taluk is 67.17 % of the total deposits in the district. Further the IT Giant Infosys has proposed and acquired about 424 acres of land in Pajeer.B has already initiated action in this regard. as on 31-03-2007.P. The K. namely Moodabidri with a population of 25700 and Mulur with a population of 5056 during 2001 census). There are Eighteen Mangalore. in the south east. Further. A major portion of this industrial employee of Mangalore taluk are in Mangalore urban agglomeration only. An investment of nearly Rs 23.500 crores is expected. abutting the L. One dental collage is also coming up in the adjacent locality. Kerinangala and Kurnad villages of Buntwal taluk. (18) medium scale industries and four (4) large scales industries in 17 . The Government has notified a Special Economic Zone (S. reveal that trade and commerce. Mangalore taluk itself is dominated by Mangalore Urban agglomeration which include almost all the urban areas of the taluk. both passenger and cargo Transport account for 70. In regard to vehicles population.Z) in the north eastern part of the L. there were 8235 small-scale industrial units in Mangalore taluk employing 81905 workers.I.P. Mangalore taluk has 66.A. near the Mangalore university. Trade and commerce and other services accounted for nearly 40.10% and urban co-operative banking’s share of deposits in Mangalore taluk is 58. Transport vehicles.67% of total vehicles in the district. The tertiary sector accounted for 47. Major share of this appear to be in Mangalore urban agglomeration. in Mangalore taluk is dominating in Dakshina Kannada district.00 % of the total participation.E.A (and partly out side the LPA).A.00% of the district’s Transport vehicles.D.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore employees are in Mangalore taluk). A glance of the taluk plans statistics. (Except two small urban centers.03 % of the total main workers during 1991 census.

Mangalore city is observed to have higher order health facility. Civic amenities and public users Civic amenities include all those uses that are necessary to keep the population of the city comfortable. It is observed that there are eight major hospitals in Mangalore city. with particular Emphasis to industrial and tertiary sectors activity. Sanitorium. Hegde Medical College Hospital Yenapoya Medical College Hospital. which besides serving the city also serve a much larger region.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore These aspects make it clear that the city has a strong economic base. Kankanady (750) beads T. in all aspects of their life. 3. (260) Beds Father Muller’s hospital. like maintaining the health.C. besides providing the educational infrastructure for capacity building of its population.S. Hospital (750) beads A.M. they are (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Government headquarters hospital (Wenlock hospital) 705 beds Lady Goshan hospital for women. meet the requirements of the various sections of the society for peaceful and satisfied life in regard to their belief and faith. Health Health constitutes the most important requirement the population with out which the population cannot lead a happy and comfortable life.J. Mudushedde (100) beds K. These are necessary to meet the social obligations. the city is bound to grow into an important major urban center in the state. Therefore. 18 . Medical hospital K.B. adequate facilities for active and passive recreation for the people. The soft were Technology Park is a booster for the growth. provide basic education to their children.

21 family welfare P. dispensary in Mangalore taluk. The number of private hospitals and nursing homes registered in the District Health office is forty six (46). 21 primary health centers with 87 beds (29. Mangalore urban agglomeration dominates the scene here. 123 Indian system dispensaries. 11 primary vet centers and one mobile Vet. Education As already reported in chapter II (3). nine blood banks (out of 11 in the district) in the Mangalore taluk. dominated by the Mangalore urban agglomeration.45 % of the district strength). shares a higher percentage of health facilities in the district. Besides these a number of unregistered nursing homes dispensaries and clinic’s exist in the city. Private nursing homes and hospitals are playing a very important role in the city. Mangalore taluk.university colleges (out of 128 in the district) are located in Mangalore taluk. while discussing the literacy of population. 19 . A glance of the taluk plans statistics of the Dakshina Kannada district (2006-07). The urban literacy of Mangalore taluk is 94. There are four (4) Veterinary hospitals 12 Veterinary dispensaries. centers and 129 sub centers in the taluk. The education infrastructure that exists corroborates this position.00% of the district’s strength). sixty seven (67) private hospitals & nursing homes. six (6) Indian system hospitals (31 beads) (100.60%.00% of the district). The total number of beds in these exceeds 1500. it is observed that the Dakshina kannada district stands in relatively better position in the state in regard to general literacy. Four (4) Alopathic hospitals have 1025 beads. as on 31-03-2007. A total number of 188 high schools (out of 384 in the district) and 61 Prer. also give a similar picture.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The Mangalore city corporation has maintained seven (7) dispensaries in the city. This is a reflection of the facility that exist. with a total bed strength of 6465 beds (80.10% as against the state literacy of 66.H. There are 251 drug stores (out of 376 in the district).00% of the district strength) There are two community health centers (80 beds) 528 Alopaty dispensaries. (91.

For this purpose they need active and passive recreational facilities accessible to them. 4740 (2484 Male and 2256 Female) medical. were on the rolls of the respective professional collages. swimming pools etc and well maintained parks play a very important role in this regard. 4 Hotel management. 6 medical collages. 3 polytechnics and all the dental collages are with in the Mangalore urban agglomeration. most of the time. so that they can return back to their routine. Recreation Recreation facilities play a significant role in the life of the urban population. 2 Engineering collages. The active recreational facilities like play grounds. 20 . in their urban activities and they need change for a while to refresh themselves. The people are generally absorbed.Ed) and a number of nursing colleges (about 23) exist in Mangalore city. one engineering collage. In regard to other professional courses. 1089 Famale) dental. During 2006-07. 1809 (720 Male. 4 dental collages and 3 libraries. 2781(2426 Male.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore In regard to higher education Mangalore taluk has 61 general colleges (these include general and professional colleges like business management course. 355 Female) Engineering and 1361 (1100 Male. They are also the lung spaces in the urban areas. Out of these. 261 Female) polytechnic students. 7 bachellor in education (B. it is observed that there are 23-business Management. 7 medical (Alopathy & Indian Medicine). hotel management course. education training and nursing collages).

St. (A new stadium is under constriction and is yet to be named. Padil park. Kaprigudda.) The important open spaces maintained by the local Authorities are a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) The Tagore park. These are godgifted recreational spots.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The educational institutions themselves are supposed to be equipped with the play spaces with in their premises. Aloysius college. Mangalore. The important playgrounds maintained in Mangalore are (1) The Nehru Maidan (2) Mangala Stadium. Bolar Mathias Park. which has a few beautiful beaches. Agnes college. Some of the large educational institutions have their own playgrounds some of them are a) b) c) d) e) f) University college. Canara college. Maroli road. Mangalore city is gifted with the Arabian Sea coast. Mangalore. at Light House Hill near Hampanakatta Urva Maidan. Mangalore. Mangalore. There are a few other open spaces maintained by the city corporation. Gandhi park. Kadri park Deer park adjacent to Circuit house. Suratkal Engineering college Karnataka polytechnic. Hampanakatta St. Some of the famous beaches are located in a) b) c) d) e) f) Someshwar Ullal sand spit Tannirubavi Panambur Suratkal Sasihitlu 21 . Rajaji park in front of Town hall Children park at Nehru Maidan Bharat Maidan park.

Marikamba temple . Religious and Historical Buildings There are a number of important Religious Buildings of Historical importance in the city.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Community Buildings The Town hall adjacent to the Nehru Maidan is the central community hall in the heart of the city.V. Mangala Devi temple. Nayak hall P. Anantha padmanabha temple. . Hampanakatta 12. which are conducted on open lands. Gokernanatha temple. St Sabastian church 11. Millageres church. They are a) The officers club b) The ladies recreation club c) The catholic club Cinema and Drama theatres There are ten cinema theatres in the city and five in the sub-urban areas. There are a few other community buildings. (Dusk to dawn melas are very popular during festival time and on special occasions).M. 2. Kudroli 4.T. Kudupu 6. Sadashiva temple Suratkal 8. Kadri Manjunatha Swamy temple 3. A few important of them are noted below 1. Kalakunja . Jeppu seminary church 22 .A. Drama and Yakshagana Mela’s are common in Dakshina kannada district. Jain basdi. They are a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Puthushet hall Don bosco hall Acharya’s hall C. Mulki 10. Somanatheshwar temple Someshwar 9.S. Venkataramana temple.Pai convention hall Catholic club There are a few clubs formed by the local community for their recreation. Urva Market 7. 5. Car street.V.

has increased in cities. facing the Arabian Sea. Syed Madani Darga. 23 . P. with the national highway (NH17) passing through the city and national highway (NH –13 and NH.I. The rail link to the state capital is also upgraded now. Church 15. Forest and police offices are located here. Mobility. The revenue offices. The Bajpe Airport is being upgraded to facilitate International flights.D offices. This was built by Tippu sultan in the 18th century. Traffic and transportation The circulation system in any urban area is analogous to the blood circulation system of the human body. The Kudremukh Iron are company (K.T.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 13. The New Mangalore port trust (NMPT) offices ii. so that the congestion and traffic problems are reduced in the central areas. Public uses Many important public offices are located around Nehru Maidan. In a city. People mobility in a city is related to there living.L) offices iii.W. Mangalore city and the region is well connected by roads. The city corporation offices are located in Lalbagh. Aloysius church 14. which requires use of fast moving mode of traffic to cover the distances. Ullal Sultan Batheri is an ancient monument is part of the Tippu Fort and is declared as a protected monument.O C. the distances are long to activity areas. It is also our endeavour to have more than one nodal area in a city. C. working and pastime activity.48) originating from the city. in Boloor. The only difference that we find in any major urban areas is that there will be more than one central area.O.I. the R. This is located on the eastern bank of Gurupur River. St. The Mangalore Chemical & Fertilizers(MCF) Offices 4. Mangalore city is the terminal point from which the rail links to the Southern and the Northern parts of the country is established. Some of the other important administrative offices are i.S.

Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Domestic links are already well established.0%) 116088 (13.729 (7. Flights to Gulf counties have been started. The number of vehicles in Mangalore taluk. there were 1. 24 .00%) 1.73%) (16. Statement of various types of vehicles registered with R.89. Ambulance goods vehicles and maxi cabs have shown growth. where as it was only 18.52%) ∇ (18.03%) 8565 1.T. Vehicle Type Year 200420052004-05 2005-06 as on As on 313131-3-05 31-3-06 101453 111667 Motor cycle 27675 31375 Cars 2760 2824 Maxi cabs 11499 Autorickshas 10844 Omni Buses 1961 1869 Tractors & Trailers Ambulance Goods vehicle Others Total 195 80 8565 6462 232 85 9080 7369 Increase ∆ Annual growth 20062006-07 as on 3131-3-07 (10. During 2006-07 (as on 31-3-2007 ).05%) ∆ (25. for the years 2004-05 to 2006-07 is given below.59.97%) 409 (6.69%) 1786 (18.25%) (6. There was an increase of nearly 30000 vehicles in two years.729 vehicles of all types.00%) 109 11598 Annual growth Decrease∇ Decrease∇ (3. The major export item is the Iron ore from the Kudemukh project.995 1.23%) ∆ ∆ ∆ ( ( (14.4.35%) ∆ (-4.004 (10.89.O Mangalore taluk (2004-2007).07%) 14414 (.29% during 2005-07. Traffic Road Traffic Vehicle population in Mangalore taluk.29%) (28.O Mangalore.32%) 3334 (6. registered with the R.23%) (27.81%) It is observed that tractors and trailor vehicles have grown at a rapid rate of 76.T. Harbour is being further expanded to meet the further demands on account of the industrialization in the region.96%) ∇ (6.38%) 33426 (2. Only Auto Rickshaws.97% during 2004-06.76. in the last two years has increased substantially.44%) ∇ (76. The Mangalore harbour is the only all weather Harhour in Karnataka.

Bus transport (city service & Moffusil service) The city transport is managed by the private bus owners.S. But the only strange observation is that there is reduction in the growth of omni buses.11. The total number of passengers served by the city transport is reported to be about 4.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore It is observed that there is reduction in the rates of registration of personalized transport like motorcycles and cars. and passenger shared transport vehicles like maxi cabs and Auto Rickshaws have increased. Further.000).T. 263 other private buses along with the state owned KSRTC buses enter and leave the city. The table given below is the abstract extract of the data collected from the R. Everyday the total number of round trips by the city buses is reported as 3427 and 332 trips by the moffusil buses (privately managed only). There are 336 buses plyiing on the city roads (city services).000. where as the goods transport vehicles like tractors & trailers. It may indicate that there is emphasis on the dependency of the mass transportation system (M. goods vehicles.T. This is the healthy trend of a growing city. 25 . everyday which serve this region and links the city with other part of the state and also out side it.T. which is being analyzed in the following paragraphs. Most of the buses are destination oriented.S) over the personalized transport and also speaks of the efficiency of the M. City service Moffusil service 1) Number of 3427 332 round trips per day 2) Total number of 336 263 buses Note: Number of passengers served per day (About 4. in respect of the city bus transport and Moffusil bus service (privately managed). Total 3759 599 It is observed that most of the bus routes originate from the Nehru Maidan area & the State Bank of India circle. May be that this is due to the already saturated situation of the private bus system in the city.11. Mangalore.O.

Hampanakatta – Kankanadi link via Bendoor well Hampanakatta – Derebail Via lalbagh. The observations made at these points are noted below. which links prominent locations in the city. 26 . The following ten locations were selected for counting the traffic volume. There is a bus stand at Kankanady. which pass through the city limits have increased considerably. 3. The following are the important roads of Mangalore city. Hat hill. Via Nandi Gudda Hampanakatta – Balmatta . The KSRTC bus depot is located at Kadri.W. 4. used by the city bus services. 7. Lady hill Hampanakatta – Kulur Ferry Hampanakatta – Morgangate. 2. 6. has its own network established to different part of the district and also other parts of the state and to other states. KSRTC.D (during 2007).Bunder Car street The traffic in the three national Highways and the State Highways. bus station is located at Bejai. 1. The KSRTC.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The state owned. 5.Kankanadi Hampankatta . as observed in the recent traffic census conducted by the P.

I.0m 10.C.0m 10.0m SH 980 12.U. NHNH-17 & Mane Ullal road NH 17 & Kotekar Puttur road Some of the roads in the central business district (C.) per hour at junction in meters.D.0m 10.0m 15.0m 10.0m 15.0m Type of road 8 9 10 NH17& Bukkasssihitlu road.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Traffic census –2007 Location No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Traffic Volume (in Existing road width P.0m 15. 3700 NH.0m Tot.0m 15.0m NHBondel-Vamanjoor NH-13 and Bondel-Vamanjoor road junction.&SHNH-13 &SH-101 junction at Polali NH 1800 15. Following are some of the roads proposed for widening in Mangalore city.F. 27 .0m 10.U.0m Kaikamba SH 1200 12.C. The city corporation has plans to widen some of these roads with the assistance of the A.0m 10.0m 15.0m (Polytechnic collage) SH 850 12. NHVamanjoorNH-13 and Vamanjoor-Mudushedde road junction NHNH-13 and Neermaga Kalpana road junction NHNH-17 and Hole Pavanje road NH 1450 MDR 350 NH 1450 MDR 510 NH 1450 MDR 831 NH 1450 MDR 220 (pavanje (pavanje Road) MDR 430 (Haleyangadi) NH 1450 MDR 840 NH 1450 MDR 4200 NH 1450 MDR 470 15. through K.0m 15.D.B..0m 10.0m NHSHNH-17 & SH-67 junction at KPT NH 4900 15.0m 10.B. NHSHNH-13 & SH-101 junction at NH 2500 15.D) are narrow and they cannot cope with the increased traffic flow.

77 13. 3 2 Kankanadi circle to signal point via Falnir. Length Kms. Kulur junction : Flyover and at grade junction. K. 3. Bijai Church road 7 5 Vamanjoor junction to T. 28 . The upgraded Mangalore.Hassan (Bangalore) broad gauge line is now put into service and regular passenger and goods monument has started. flyover is along NH only.S. 7. K. Agnes road 0 4 M. as it connects the Northern and Southen states and also the state capital.R.28 crores.S. 5.65 2.: Flyover with at grade junction.05 1. 2.C.C to Circuit House via KSRTC.road 0 3 Nantoor to Bendoor well via St. 8. in Cost of development 2.93 2. 11. The railway station yard and the goods yard occupies an area of 255 hectare of land in the central part of the city. Flyover from Kaikamba junction to Nanthoor jnction.41 1. at grade junction. Kaikamba Junction : Flyover with at grade junction. 6.R.V. Malli katta 5 Total length of roads 15 The following are the important junction which are to be include to decongest the traffic at these places. Kuntikan junction :Flyover along National Highway.8 Rs. Kottara-chowki : Flyover and at grade junction.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Sl no Name of the roads 1 Pump well circle to Karavali circle via jyothi. Surathkal junction improvement : (Flyover along NH and junction at grade) Some of this project are already takenup by the National Highway Railways Mangalore city rail junction has become very important. 6 Jyothi to Kadri junction via Bunts Hostel Malli road. Nanthoor Junction. 1.S. 4.98 2. circle. Sanitorium via 0 Pilikula main gate.B. Authorities. Improvement of junction at Karnataka Polytechnic.road P. Panambur Circle (NMPT Circle) : Improvement of circle. The upgrading of the Maroli Road from Kaikamba junction to Padil junction is already takenup.

The main imports are the petroleum products food grains. fertilizes and timber. The airport occupies an area of 151 Acres. which covers the city in the north. The total capacity of traffic is 25 lakhs tones. Airways The existing Airport was commissioned in 1951.south and west –east directions is very useful in working out a mass / rapid transportation system which can meet the future transport requirements. Suratkal and Mulki. The main export from this harbour is iron ore (by the MMTC) to the East European and other countries and also export of the Dolerite stones. excluding the iron ore concentrates from the Kudremukh project. which is approximately 6% of the states total area. Initially. Kotekar. Kankanadi (Mangalore junction). The rail link potential. Toward Bombay Toward Bangalore Toward Cochin Rail sidings have been provided to NMPT areas MRPL and the old Bunder area. The hinterland of Mangalore harbour is over 37000 sq kms.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The rail traffic from Mangalore city to different destinations is noted below. There are five sub urban railway stations within the LPA limits. Harbour Mangalore is the only all whether harbour in Karnataka and is located almost midway between the major ports of Murma Goa and Cochin on the west coast.0 kms from Mangalore. They are Ullal. There is a proposal to expand the harbour to meet the demand of the industrialization in the region. The airport is located on the National Highway (NH-13) on the Mangalore – Karkala route and is 22. it was catering to light 29 .

An additional land of 191 acres is proposed for acquisition. The airport authority has sent a proposal to state Government to allocate 131 acres of land in Kenjar. other parts of the country and also some of the International flights. It is observed that atleast to 30 trips. The treatment works was at Bendoor. The new terminal is planned to accommodate 310 aircrafts and also to handle cargo.42 lakhs population at 70 liters per capita.A limits but with in the Mangalore taluk to setup a new airport terminal. sewage and solid waste that get produced in various parts of the city. Utilities and services Life in an urban society can be comfortable only when we have satisfactory services like potable water of adequate quantity. Two rectangular over head tanks (ten lakhs liters capacity) and two ground level 30 . Flights to gulf cities has become regular. Adyapadi village just out side the L. Water supply The source of water supply to Mangalore city is Netravathy River. The airport is equipped with “Category Eight fire station” to handle 310 airbuses.0 meters and is proposed to be increased to 2452. The scheme was. The scheme was designed for 1. every week. which include the airbus. The airport authority has taken up the expansion project at a total cost of 80 crores. suitable disposal system of the sullage.P. The first water supply scheme to city was commissioned in 1956. Doha and Abudabi 5. Sharja. carry passengers to places like Quatar. At present there are regular daily flights to Bangalore and Mumbai by various domestic airliners. The airport in now augmented to cater to regular flights connecting Mumbai.5 meters.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore aircraft only. It is proposed to increase the handling capacity from the present 70 tones to 165 tones. The existing runway is 1625. intake works at Thumba on the right bank of Netravathy at 17km from Mangalore.

D.U. It is proposed to include a comprehensive water supply scheme for the growing demand for drinking water. has considered Mangalore for inclusion under its development project. The scheme served only the old Municipal limits (2.I.72 MLD (18MGD) by providing various augmentation works including remodeling of existing system.T and Fishing harbour.B.P. a treatment plant of 27.D.A separate water supply system was commissioned in 1971 in two phases.N.000 at 68 lit. The first phase with 40. Ullal towns and enroute villages and industrial units that are likely to come enroute are to be met. in 1986. The scheme included among other allied works.32 lakh liters capacity) were constructed at Bendaor water treatment plant. kms). the scheme was enhanced to its full capacity of 81. by providing water transmission mains. The overhead reservoirs are located at 16 places in the city.86 MLD (9MGD) from Netravathy River with head works at Thunbe. with a total storage capacity of 100. assisted Karnataka urban development and coastal management project taken up by K. and distribution network for 31 . The total storage capacity of all the existing reservoirs is 354 lakh liters. storage reservoirs providing equitable water supply to the public.5 lakhs liters. The demand of Mulki. Per capita (15 gallons per capita) .5 sq.24 MLD capacity at Panambur.42..8 lakh projected for the year 2026.C.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore service reservoirs (36.C. The scheme was designed for 2 lakhs population and also for major industries such as M. The proposal provides for a separate water supply scheme from Nethravathi at Thumbe and integrate it with the existing water supply system.M. the Mangalore water supply system served a population of 1.F. The A. In the second phase. The proposed scheme is designed for a population of 6. In 1966.F.50 lakhs liters and ground level service reservoirs located at 6 places with a total capacity of 180.

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The requirement for the year 2026 is worked out as 160 MLD as follows. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mangalore city (Including the existing 81.72 MLD) Industries Enroute villages (between Thumbe & Padil) Ullal town panchayat Mulki town panchayat 103.0 MLD 37.0 MLD 8.0 MLD 10.0 MLD 2.0 MLD

Total :160.0MLD
The total estimated cost Works out to Rs 1150.8 Million.

Sewerage system
A comprehensive sewerage scheme was introduced in the year 1961. The old city is divided into several sewerage zones based on topography of the area. The north sewerage district consists of five sewerage zones and these are connected with a treatment plant, at Kavoor with a capacity of 5. MGD. The south sewerage district consists of three sewerage zones and are connected to the treatment plant at Jeppinamogaru. The present UGD facility is serving only 20 to 25 % population. The Karnataka urban development Coastal Environmental management

programme (K.U.D.C.E..M.P) has taken up the U.G.D scheme for Mangalore at an initial cost of the Rs 157 corers with the financial assistance of the A.D.B. The scheme is proposed to benefit the population growth upto 2026. In this proposed scheme about 400km of sewer lines are proposed to be laid. At present the individual houses are connected to their own sump pits and is very popular. The new areas, like the housing colonies at Suratkal, harbour project area, Panambur, rehabilitation colony at Katipalla and Ullal town has no comprehensive sewerage scheme.

Electric Electric power supply
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district with 220 k.v line. The installed capacity of the existing station and the peak load is given in the table below. Power supply station and peak load of power Sl no Transmission line 220 K.V 110 K.V. 33 KV (SOURCE: KPTCL) Name of the station S.R.S Kavoor M.U.S.S. Kulashekara M.U.S.S. panambur Installed capacity 100 x 3 MVA 10 x 2 + 20 x 1 MVA 5 x 2 MVA Peak load 134 M.W 24 MW 9.4 MW

The sub stations located at Kavoor and Panambur; take care of the power needs of fertilizer plant, K.I.O.C.L project and the industries that are likely to come up in this area in future.

Street lighting
The old Mangalore city and the areas in Padavu, Ullal, Suratkal and 80% of the villages in the LPA are having streetlights. Mangalore City Corporation had installed, by June 2003, a total number of 29658 streetlights, out of which about 4000 were sodium vapour lamps. The power consumption, by nature of use In Mangalore in noted below Sl No Nature of use Average daily consumption (KWH ) 1 Domestic 15227 Commercial 30020 2 Industrial 26685 3 Irrigation 842 4 Street lighting 3292 5

Solid waste management
Solid waste disposal is an important day-to-day service of the local body. Everyday the Mangalore city generates about 300 metric tonnes of solid waste from domestic and other wastes. The city corporation has its own infrastructure and staff to handle the situation. The Mangalore city corporation has identified lands as “land fill areas” for dumping the solid wastes. For this purpose a total extent of 98 Ac.83 cents of lands in

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Kudupu, Thiruvail and Pachnadi villages has been identified. An extent of 40 acres 61 cents have already been acquired. The Ullal municipality and the Mulki town panchayat have identified suitable lands for dumping of solid waste. Ullal town municipal council has acquired 11Ac-38 cents of land in Manjanadi village and the Mulki town panchayat has acquired 2Ac-46 cents of land in Yelaturr village limits for solid waste dumping.

Other services
The Mangalore City Corporation is maintaining eight crematoria located at Bolur, Nandigudda, Kulur, Shakti nagar, Kadri, Jappinamogaru and Surutkal (2 nos). Besides cemetries attached to some of the churches and kabarstan’s are under private holding.

6. EXISTING LAND USES –2001 A D
The land use pattern is the platform for all the human activities, which reflects the character of the urban area. The pattern of land uses in the Mangalore local planning area, as in 2001, is noted below.

Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Land uses Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks, play grounds & other open spaces Public utility Transportation & communication Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Grand total

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% to total built % to area L.P.A 6794.72 57.18 325.64 2.74 1302.75 10.96 831.97 7.00 262.35 47.98 2.21 0.41 19.50 100.00 -

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21 %) and public utility (0.00 %).96%. This observation is similar to the conclusion arrived at. which works out to 57.A. 35 . Large compounds enclosing areas of all shapes with residential individual buildings in the enclosures.41%).75 Ha (10. The village settlements are scattered throughout the LPA.05 % of the built area).72 Ha. Next in order is the transportation and communication use which is 2317.74 %). As for as the various urban uses are concerned. 1 Residential uses The total existing residential use area in the LPA is 6794. As already stated. Industrial use area is 1302.18 % of the total built area. residential use is 6794.96 % of built area).e. while discussing the occupational character of the working population in chapter II (4). the two major functions i.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The agriculture (including water bodies) forms a major portion of the L. The tendency is scattered development connected by small lanes or footpaths or cul-de-sacs.66% of the total local planning area. with no definite individual approach or frontage.P. The pattern of development is. Tertiary uses account for 29. resulting in low dense development.51% and water bodies’ account for 8. open spaces (2.44 Ha (19.65% and the secondary activity uses is 10.P.18% of built area). commercial (2. tertiary sector and the secondary sectors of economy is clearly reflected here.83% of the L. Suratkal and other eastern parts of the city. the land use pattern is a reflection of the functional character of the city. Mixed land uses are observed in the old city area and also in Ullal. Individual approach is also not possible in many cases due to the undulating character of the land.A. residential houses surrounded by agricultural land. Agriculture accounts for 52. Next in order are the publics and semipublic uses (7. The various urban uses account for 38.72 Ha (57.

Tile factories on the riverbanks of Nethrvathy & Gurupur. Padil Park. Most of the public and semipublic uses are located in the Hampankatta area and around Nehru Maidan. cashewnut factories. Public and Semipublic uses The total public and semipublic uses is 831. Commercial uses The total commercial use area is 325. Parks play ground and other open spaces The total area under this use is 262. the Mangalore Oil Refineries (MRPL). Many are located along the various radial roads. The Hampankatta and the old Bunder area are the major commercial use area in the city. Balmatta Road. Road. small parks exists in different parts of the city. and religious institutions and Administrative offices come under this use.35 Ha (2. Falnir Road. junction of Suratkal municipal market and Ullal main road. K. the Kudremukh Iron Ore company limited (KIOCL). Commercial activity exists in the M.00% of built area). NH-17 and NH 48.S.96% of built area). The major are the Nehru Maidan. 3. ice manufacturing factories.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2.G.74% of built area). Rao Road. 36 . Pilikula Nisargadhama and Mangala stadium. Deer park. The major industrial establishments are the Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers (MCF). 5. The regulated market yard is in Panambur.21 % of built area).97 Ha (7.64 Ha (2. Industrial uses The industrial use area covers 1302. The University Campus. Tagore Park.75 Ha (10. 4. educational.

etc. to Asses the proportion of the urban uses in relation to built area. the sewerage treatment plant. Public utility uses The public utility uses cover an area of 47.P. Agriculture and water bodies The agriculture and water bodies constitute a major chunk of the L.50% of built area). railway yards (including goods yard and other railway property). electric sub station are included under this use. 8.A. These uses include the roads. truck terminals. The water treatment plants. which includes the water sheet also. This account for 61.17% of the total planning area.41 % of built up area). (In the analysis.98 Ha (0.44 Ha (19. bus stands and Depots.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 6. transmission towers. Transportation and communication uses The total land under this use is 2317. is not included). Garbage disposal land fill areas. 7. the harbour (NMPT area). 37 . the agriculture land. old Bunder area.

14.00 23. 38 .30 of built area) is the major use.47 2 Industrial 5.K.A 34 69.00 85.M.95 Agriculture 15 76.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Salient features of planning districts Planning district no. K. 1 The existing land use analysis of this district is given below. Sharada vidyaNiketan and a Convent school (in Talapady village limits).14 0 14.25 other open spaces 2 Public utility 0. Dental college Yanepoya medical college.81 Grand total 20 100.6 1. Playgrounds & 1.Hegde Medical.54 0. College (homeopathic) science complex.P.2 1.46 (Including water sheet) 94. The important public and semipublic uses are Justice K.S.A boundary on the East and South and NH 17 on the West and Planning District no 2 in the North. 13. Residential use 340. bounded by the L.2 0.46% of Planning District area).00 0 Transportation 66.25 Commercial 7. V.30 0. Hegde law college.65 95 Total built area 49 100. Sl no Land uses Residential 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Area in Ha % To total built area % To total L.76 This is the Southern most planning district.0 0. Agriculture (including water sheet) use covers an area of 1594.81 Ha (76.19 71 Parks.P.25 Ha (69.19 Public & semi public 69.S. Medical academy and religious institution (Parashakti Kshetra) in Kotekar village limits.

P.36% of built up area) Commercial uses exist at the junction of NH –17 and the M.R.Cochin railway line with Railway stations at Ullal and Kotekar are located in this planning District. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land uses Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks.22 100. the Mangalore. Residential area account for 644.00 This Planning district is bounded by Planning district 1 & 3 on the East.82 1197.The famous Madani Mosque Darga (in ullal town) and Somanatha temple on the Someshwara beach and a branch of Yenepoya Medical Collage are located in this planning district.A area 73. Dist. 39 . a major Dist. 2 The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.31 57.48 3.M.64 7.72 % To total built % To total L.07 1. the Arabian sea coast on the west and Netravathy River on the North.D.12 18. Road (MDR) to Deralakatti. leading to Deralakatte.36 3.80 0.C and Someshwar Town panchayat are included in this Planning. Area in Ha 644. The NH 17.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District no.20 34.10 4.76 877.01 27. The L. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total area of plg.04 159.P. Ullal T.A boundary on the South.69 100.00 - 42.90 2074.01 Ha (73.94 0.08 0. Dist.

south and west respectively and by Netravathy River on the north.31% is residential. 3 The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.3 2. 5.60% of the total area and only 21.60 (Including water sheet) 4.A 23 87.7 3. Commercial activity is seen at Kuttar Padava junction. Where as in the East. 40 .0 0. In the built up area 87.94 8 This planning district is bounded by planning district 4.00 21.20 Commercial 6.40 8. 1 and 2 on the East. A major Dist.31 4.63 4 Parks playground & 0. Road passes through this district along the Southern boundary. A Government school is located in Munnur village limits and a cremetoria is located to the north of the school.72 Total 12 100.2 0.00 52. Sl no Land uses Residential 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Area in Ha % to total built area % to total L.40% is built area. The district has its western part built closely.82 1 Public & semi public 9. scattered development is observed.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District no.55 84 Total Built area 26 100.34 other open spaces 2 Public utility 0.9 0.P.22 Agriculture 98 78.00 0 Transportation 14. Agriculture (including water sheet) account for 78.35 1 Industrial 2.

69 46.43 100. The remaining 80.20 80.04 1.37 1590. School & one secondary school) 41 .41 2. the K.62 0.44 11. 4 The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.52 1285.R.P.S.00 - 19.80% constitute agriculture (including water sheet). The major built up area is Residential (39. The important public and semipublic uses are the University Campus.88 L.80 100.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District no.00 0.52 305.P.00 This planning district is bounded by the L.12 140.62 %).55 1. Abayashrama.P.20% of total area.36 1.A % To total built %To total L.46 0.12 4.A area 39. Pre-university College (Vishwamangala) and schools (one HrPr. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land uses Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 121. The built up area is only 19.A boundary on the East and South and by the planning district 1 & 3 on the West and by Netravathy River on the North.88 305.40 34.P.

19 65.00 0. 5 The district is bounded by Planning district 13.56 424.01 23.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District no.83 817.19 % of the total area.68 100.00 The built up area is only 34.54 0.P.56. 6. Sl no Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to total L.00 100.30 0.83 8.45%) is the major built area. Residential use (71. 42 . East and West respectively and on the South by the River Netravathy. The NH-48 and the railway lines viz Mangalore-Bombay and MangloreHassan pass through this planning dist.57 1242.05 100.29 5.81 100.40 34.61 1.95 1.00 - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks & open spaces/ play ground Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total 303. The existing land use analysis of this planning District is noted below.A area 71. Commercial activity is observed on either side of the National highway. 15 and 16 on North.00 0.45 1.

Sl no Land use 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 305. South and West in the same order.44 100.12 6.82 496.97 1. 43 .00 100.50 4. East.A 66.50 %).00% of the total area and the remaining 52. 6 This planning district is bounded by planning district 13.63 955.00 The built up area constitute 48. NH 48. The NH-17.00 % is agriculture and water sheet.75 % to total built % to area L. The major built area is residential (66.P.38 1.00 52. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District no.34 84.03 0.07 20.50 8. Netaravathy River passes through the district.58 458.29 18. the Nantur-padil road and the railway track Mangalore –Hassan-Bombay line pass through the district.90 36.84 3. 2 and district 7 and 10 on North. 15.00 - total 48.86 0.

87 486.63%) and Industrial use (5.00 total 92.43%) Public and semipublic (9.A 67.63 2.39 527. Government & private schools.67 100. Ramakrishna Ashram and Geological survey of India office. 44 .33% of the total area . 2 on North. Father Mullar’s hospital.88 14.98%).C hospital. East South and West respectively The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.89 0.00 % to total built % to area L. This is a closely built area dominated by Residential. guardian angels church and convent schools.The major built up area uses are Residential (67. a number of missionary schools & convents. The important public & semi public uses include the famous Mangala devi temple. 7 This planning district is bounded by planning district 10. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks playground & spaces other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 328.00 11. St. The MESCOM receiving station is located along Nantoor –Padil road.P.98 9. Father Mullar’s college. University college of agricultural sciences.00 53. K. Public and semipublic and Industrial uses.61 40. Joseph Asylum church. Diocesan pastor institute.09 0. The importent public and semipublic uses are Fisheries college.M.09 46.54 29.00 The built-up area constitute 92.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Commercial activity is seen along the NH-17 & NH-48 and also at the junction point. Planning District no.33 7.08 100. 6.14 14. Vincent velencia Ferres church.99 5.43 2.

20 230.44 7.00 total 51.79 0. The dominant uses are Residential. The other important uses are the Corporation Grave yard at Nandigudda and cemeteries attached to church. the Railway sidings and the rail track. Joseph Industrial works.17 0. Malnad Coffee works.41 %) is mainly % Gurupura River.59 48.34 3.00 The built up area of this district 51. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Planning District no.00 19.A 104. Mangalore central railway station and yard are located in this district. & St.08 37. marine transport facility. The Old Bunder area.36 30. The Gurpur River pass through this district and joins Netravathy at the south-west corner before it joins the sea. 7. 8 This Planning district is bounded by districts 9. 45 . The railway track from Mangalore central station to Cochin. Industrial and Public and semipublic uses.20 17. Commercial.28 100. Hassan and Bombay pass through the district.43 246. wholesale commercial activity.29 9. and 10.59% and remaining area (48.P. playground & other open spaces Public Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha % to total built % to area L. Ice factory etc.30 42.04 12. East and South respectivily and by the Arabian Sea coast on the West. loading and unloading areas.41 100. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.65 15. 2 on North.00 47. There are a few tile factories and other industries on the banks of Netravathy and Gurpur Rivers. Basal Mission works.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore There are a few industrial establishments like tile factories. Morgans Coffee works.97 477.

27 100. Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to total area L. (36.O. the Travelers Bangalow.00 63.98 Parks. the Revenue offices (Dy.14 Transportation 60. . playground & 20. the other major uses are Commercial (11. Mangalore electric power house. East and South respectively and by the Arabian Sea coast on the West. Vishwvidyalaya College and the Head post office.51 %). which separates the river from the sea coast line.87 (Including water sheet) Total 1017.51 Industrial 28. Apart from the major use i.35 Total built area 642. the R.87%) which passes through the district.T.08 4. Public & semipublic (5. This is one of the central business districts. between the thickly built area and the North Sandspit. The famous Millagre’s church with cemetry attached to it is located in the North-Eastern part of this district.39%).I. 9 This Planning district is bounded by the districts 11 and 12. The central open space “Nehru Maidan” and the Town hall adjacent to it are located in this district. There are a few educational uses also.13% total area and the remaining area is the Gurupur river and Agriculture area.91 11.39 Commercial 73.82 0.96 3. Commissioner Office).13 Agriculture 375.37%).26 other open spaces Public utility 0.00 The built area is 63. The land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.37 Public & semi public 38.02 65.37 100.10 36. Planning District no.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The important public uses are. the residential use (65. the Town Hall. 10 and 8 on North.P. office.05 9.T.e.A Residential 420. The North sandspit on the West bank of Gurupur River has residential built area (Bengre) with large open space (beach) facing the Arabian Sea coast. the Wenlock hospital.58 %) and Industrial use (4. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 46 .43 5..

09 %). Residential is 67. public & semipublic 47 . East.40 Ha (98. and famous “Sultan Batheri” on the eastern bank of Gurpur River. 13 and 6. & 8. The important public & semipublic uses are the post office. Government offices including the City Corporation and U.09 other open spaces 6 Public utility 3. & semi public 73. A number of Industries exist on the eastern bank of Gurupur River. 10 This planning district is bounded by planning district 12. 9 on North. a number of educational institutions.48 0.74 9. Area Sl no Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to total area L. religious institutions like temples and churches.05% of the built area.A 1 Residential 525.57 (Including water sheet) Total 795. South and West in the some order.83 100.12 Total built area 783. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.76 8.00 The total built area is 783.43 8 Agriculture 12. Mangala stadium and the sports complex. 7.40 100.05 2 Commercial 66.42 5 Parks.81 0.32 4 Public.43 1. playground & 24.D.26 3.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Commercial activity is dominant in the Southern (Golikatta) and southeastern parts (Hanpanakatta area) and also along the roads radiating from Hampanakatta.30 67.43%) of the total built area. the TMA Pai Convention Hall are located in this district.05 11.00 98.47 Transportation 7 Transportation 87.A offices.P. The other important uses are the parks. Planning District no. This is one of the central business districts.52 3 Industrial 2. playground and other open space (3.

11 214.I.75 0.D.02 48 % to total % to built area L.A 38.T. Teacher’s Training Institute. The water treatment plant is also located in this district.90 615. Govt. st Agne’s convent & college.12% of total built area includes the KSRTC bus stand.10 0.52%).38 10. Law College. Important open spaces include.72 4. Kadri Manjunatha temple. District Courts.M. East. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. Veterinary hospital S. polytechnic and I.00 total 39. The transport and communication uses which is 11. Aloysius college & church. 9 and the Arabian Sea coast on the North.12 1016.01 2. Ladyhill Church.45 60.91 19. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 152.05 3.P. the Microwave station. and the Telephone Exchange.93 0.47 100. offices and educational institution and Idga in Light House Hill. Commercial activity is present along all the major roads radiating from Hampankatta.55 100. the Tagore Park and Kadri park. Planning District no.00 . 12. bus depot on (NH-17) and bus stand in Kankanady. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Cannara College. South and West respectively..11A and 11B This planning district is bounded by planning districts 18.42 %) and Commercial (8.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore (9. other Govt.46 400. Bunt’s hostel road.43 0. Museum. Bejai road & Kankanady.76 0. the District Jail. Kasturba medical college. The important public & semipublic uses are St. The NH-17 and NH-13 pass through this district.02 53.

East. Oil & Rice Mill.56 L. A.00 - 44.47%) which includes the NMPT area.01 %) and the Transport & Communication (53.78 15.P.44 17.10 5.76 735. a major part of which is Gurupur River.95 55.55 %).45% of total area.00 The built up area in this planning district is only 44.97 5.81 0. Government women’s Polytechnic.32 1.95% and Agriculture constitutes 55.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The built up area of this planning district is only 39.05 100. Planning District no. Commercial activity is observed on the NH –17 and Kulur.80 1636. A few industrial establishments are observed like the Tannirubavi barge mounted power plant.A % to total built % to total L.J Medical College & hospital. 12 This planning district is bounded by planning districts 17 and 16.13 5.29 735. Yenapoya Saw Mill.59%) is the major use. The major built area includes Residential (38. 10.54 100.86 0.. 13. Important uses in the district are. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.07 8. a few other educational institutions.P. The remaining area is agriculture (60. Mary Hill Convent.76 114.59 2. The Residential (73.A area 73. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks.76 900.10 43.08%. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 541.Kavoor road. which includes Gurupur River. & 11A & 11B on North. South and West respectively. including Pre 49 .

Playground & other spaces open spaces Public utility Transportation Total built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 448.54 0.08 51.A 47.00 The built area is 47.75 100. East.49 1350.03 1.23 38. & private schools. lands surrounding the built area). The Residential use is concentrated in certain pockets & such pockets are scattered in the district. 5 & 6 & 10 & 12 on North.P.71 100.28 636.51 1. Planning district no. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Venktaramana Temple.62 22. The KSRTC Bus Depot. Karavali police building.81 16. NH 50 . Important public uses include Ramashakti Mission (with Hospital. Veera Narayana Temple. The remaining area is Agriculture (including water sheet).00 % to total L. South and West respectively. the Helipad adjacent to DIG bunglow are the other important features. Residential (70. 13A & 13B This planning district is bounded by planning district 16. Preeti nagar.24 11. Neethinagar.53 0.24 8. such as Bondel road.13 % to total built area 70.29 6.64 714.08 % of the total area.51%) is the major urban use. Shaktinagar road. Kulashekara Church & few other churches Govt. Pachanady.07 3.50 106.Vamanjur road.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore University & junior colleges. 14 and 15. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. Concentration of the development is seen in the Southern part of the district along the main roads (with pocket of large agricultural 13 & Kulshekara.) Meteriogical Department Buildings.

Planning District no. Commercial uses are seen at a few places like Bondel junction. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.67 11.89 0. Karnataka Govt.70%) is scattered in the district. Vamanjoor village.42 6.00 total 29.69 11.17 1424.21 25.07%) include KIADB Industrial Estate at Yeyyadi. The Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) at Kulashekar and the Compost yard of the city corporation are located in the district. Sherelekar Steel Industry.63 2.P.70 4.A 195.20 46.46 1006. Santhoshnagar. Canara Wire & wire industry. 51 . The Konkan railway track pass through the district.04 100.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Industrial Development (6.63 100.37 70.07 32..00 The built up area is only 29.43 46.76 1.07 418. with pockets of concentration at several places like Subramanya. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Tiruvail (Amrntanagar) & Mudushedde village. and West respectively. Residential use (46. Bejai. Fertilizers Factory. Kudupu.18 134. 14 This planning district is bounded by the LPA boundary on North and East and planning districts 15 and 13 on the South. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in % to total built % to Ha area L.Bondel road and along the NH-13 in Kulasheakara.13 0. The Nisarga Dhama “Pilikula” is located in this District and is part of the open space in this district. Press. Kudupu Hadomane. Hindustan tin fabricators.37% of the total area. Tyre & Mozaic & a few Cashew Industries.

73 337. and private schools & convents. Planning district no.0 8 83.00 16. bounded by districts 15.84 100.30 17 49.87 3 Public & semi public 23.98 7. The NH -48 and the Mangalore-Hassan Railway track pass through the district. Sl no Land use 1 Residential Commercial 2 3 4 5 Area in Ha % to total built area % to total L.84 100. Karavali Engineering 52 .8 1.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Important developments in the district are the Prasara Bharati Station. 15 This Planning district is bounded by the Planning districts No. The National highway (NH-13) passes through the district. The other important developments are St.B. with scattered development observed in the Western part of the district.78 6. 13 and 14 on the West. LPA boundary along East and South. 14 on the North.P.00 6 7 8 The built up area is only 16.78%) is the only major use in the built area.02 24.06 2086. Residential area (63.16 83. a few Govt.36 0. Veterinary hospital. The existing land use analysis of the district is noted below. Ambedkar Bhavan. T. a few churches & temples.5 1.44 spaces other open 7 Public utility Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total 0.11 Parks.16 % of the total area.14 63.A 215. Playground & 4. Hospital.9 0.Joseph Engineering College.94 7 Industrial 2. Amusement Park.

Joseph PU collage and a few religious institutions like temples.88% and is concentrated at a few places along the SH-48 at Bajpe.65 2261.93 29.71 0. & open spaces/ play ground Public utility Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total 390.88 0. In the built area Residential area is 56.44 56. A few private schools & Religious institutions are located in the district.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore college (A building proposed to house a new Engineering college is under construction).74 100.26 76.63 26.80 3.00 - total 23.74%) is Agriculture (including water sheet i. 53 .56 % of the total area.84 6.39 205. Important developments are the Bajpe Airport and Aerodrome.88 6. KPTCL Receiving station. churches and an idga (a prayer ground). The land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.00 The built up area in this district is only 23.86 0.e. The remaining area (76. a few educational institutions like schools and convents. Planning district no. total Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to L.77 46.49 685.49 4. Gurupur River). St.P. the Residential uses are scattered throughout amidst Agricultural land. 16 This planning districts is bounded by the LPA boundary on the North and East and by the planning district 13 &12 on the South and planning district 17 on the west.A area Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks.98 100.00 5. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. Elsewhere.79 2947. kenjaru kolam and along the SH-101 at Kalavar junction and at Shaktinagar.

Commercial activity is observed along SH-48 in Bajpe urban limits.74 0.67 100.11 1742.58 51. Some portion of the MRPL industrial area is also included in the northwestern part of the district.01 3. planning districts 16.92 658.C.53 0. The dominant use in this planning district is Industrial (77.50 2.42 100.L colony and a few other places. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. The remaining residential use is scattered in the district. 18 & 19 on the East.74%).87 % to total % to total built area L.76 896.86 0.08 846. 54 .P. 12. South and West respectively.05 31. and private) and a telephone exchange. 17 This planning district is bounded by LPA boundary on the North.00 48. Residential use is concentrated at MRPL colony. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 145.58 77.26 4.58%.34 0. Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public Public & semi public Parks.A 17. Planning district no.09 4. H. schools (both Govt. The other important uses are a public hospital. which includes the MRPL and a few other industries. The Konkan railway track pass through the district.P.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Playgrounds at two places and Burial grounds at five places are part of the open spaces in the district.00 The built up area in this district is 48. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.13 0.

68 0.23 39.62 100. MCF and other industrial establishments.27 %) include the APMC market yard. 17 and 11 on the North.00 The built up area is 1162.69 28.30 21.15%).01 3. Planning District no.06 7 Transportation 455.47 34.00 71.93 100.09 %) of the built area. East and South respectively and by the Arabian Sea coast on the West The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.69 0. Commercial activity along the NH-17 and in NMPT colony.18 %) of the total area. The commercial uses (3. & open spaces 5. Sl no Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to total area L. which include the industrial estate.93 Ha (71.49 play ground 6 Public utility 0. Which includes the NMPT area which houses the Harbour and other allied transport uses. The major use in this district is the Traffic & Transportation use (39.82 (Including water sheet) Total 1633.09 4 Public & semi public 22.P. The next major use is the industrial use (34.55 1. 18 This planning district is bounded by the planning districts 19.A 1 Residential 244.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The Konkan railway track and the rail track to the railway sidings to the Port area and Industrial area pass through the district.00 2 Commercial 38.15 Total Built area 1162.18 8 Agriculture 470. 55 .94 open 5 Parks.27 3 Industrial 396.

which is located in the Industrial use area.13% the total built area.36 100.51 57. Kendriya Vidyalaya and a few other public’s uses like schools and temples. In the remaining area the residential developments are scattered.63 3.00 total 42.13 2.53 Ha (42.23 2440.51% of total area).07 16.P. 56 .54 11. 19 This planning district is bounded by the planning district No 20 on the North.96 27.77 169.00%) of the built area includes the residential development in the northern part of the district. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Land use Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Planning District no.76 % to total built % to area L.A 68.60 123. with concentrated development in Katipalla area.63 5.66 0. Mitrapatha and at Chellairu. Kulumbur and Angalgundi colony. Hosabettu. along the Seacoast at Guddekopal. No 18 on the South and the Arabian Sea coast on the West.00 The built area is 1037.53 1403.44 1037.50 0.49 100.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The residential uses (21. The other important uses are the Administrative offices. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. the LPA boundary and planning district No 17 on the East and dist. along the sea coast and the NMPT housing colony. The Residential use is 68. Playground & other open spaces utility Public utility Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total Area in Ha 706.33 0.91 0. The NH-17 and the Konkan Railway track pass through the district and a separate railway siding connects the harbour and the Industrial area.

Commercial activity is observed along the NH-17 at the junction with the SH-101 and a few other places along the state highway. 19 on the south & by the Arabian Sea coast on the West.A Residential 147.00 The built up area is only 25.60 100. Planning District no.01 0. Land use Area in Ha % to total built % to total area L.00 other open spaces Public utility 0.91 13.46 Parks. Padupanambur and all along Seacoast in Sashihitlu.00 25. playground & 0. 20 This planning district is bounded by the planning district 21 and LPA boundary on the North & East and by district No.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The other important uses are the NITK (KREC) Engineering College and another college on NH-17 in Hosabettu and a few other Public and semipublic uses like Government & private schools and temples and churches.30 % of the built area. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.44% of the total area.21 0.56 sheet) (Including water sheet) Total 721. Residential uses occupies 80.43 80.03 Total Built area 183.55 Industrial 1.44 Agriculture 537.52 100.03 5.00 Transportation 23.00 0.30 1.P.01 0.66 Public & semi public 10. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 57 . The residential use is developed all along the NH-17 in a scattered manner in Haleyangadi. The remaining land is Agricultural which includes the Pavanje River.The NH-17 and the Konkan railway track pass through this planning district.01 Commercial 1.92 74.

20 16. Mosques and a Jain Basdi.40 16.P. and private schools (higher primary and high schools).30 100.70% of the total area. Residential concentration is seen in Karnad.60 1580.22 3.82 453.68 1126. Planning District no. Bhoothasthana. Residential use (66. The remaining area is Agricultural including Water sheet.00 - % to total L.64 4.48 32.22%) of the built area in the district.00 68.P. 21 The planning district is bounded by the LPA boundary on the North & East and by the L.70 71. The existing land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.00 15.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Public and semipublic uses include a few educational institutions like Govt.29 7. Karekadu and a few other places. 20 in the South & by the Arabian Sea coast on the West. Sl no Land use Area in Ha % to total built area 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. Playground & other open spaces Public utility Transportation Total Built area Agriculture (Including water sheet) Total 300.26 0.A boundary and the planning district No. The residential development is concentrated on both sides of the State Highway with a few pockets of vacant land. The NH-17 & the Konkan railway track passes through the district.28 66. religious buildings including a few temples.10 3.52 19.17 100. along Haleangadi – Chitrapu road.00 The built up area is only 28.A 28. two junior colleges.A L.58 0.P. 58 . The northern part of the planning district is the Mulki Town area.

a few religious institutions like a few churches. junior colleges (Vijaya college & Nityanada college and Govt. There are two burial grounds and a play ground in the heart of the Mulki Town. The Municipal office. The Industrial use (4. junior college).. a few temples and a divine call center are the other public & semipublic uses. 59 .29% of the built area) includes the Industrial estate located on NH-17. The public and semipublic use includes a few educational institutions like Government and private school. a masque. The NH-17 and the Kankon railway track passes through this planning district and Mulik town has a railway station.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Commercial activity is present at the Junction of the NH-17 and the town main road and also along the town main road.

75 lakhs. Therefore it would be appropriate to assume the prospective population of the Mangalore city LPA. the population structure worked out for 2001 can be adopted for the planning period also. by 2011 would probably be 8. The past trends of growth of population and the potentials of growth of population in the LPA were discussed. the market forces and the availability of the various infrastructure that prompt the new investors and globalization trend have to be considered.3 lakhs and by 2021.it would be around 10. It was made out that mere past trends observed was not adequate to determine the prospective population of a growing city. The various inputs for development in the area. for the purposes of working out the various planning requirements by 2011. while discussing population composition.70 lakhs. It is in this context.50 lakhs and by 2021 as 10. it was opined that the population of the Mangalore local planning area. Population size – 2021 A study of the population in the Mangalore urban agglomeration and the LPA of Mangalore city was discussed in chapter II (1). as 8. As already discussed in chapter II. An 60 . proposed policies of government.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore CHAPTER IV PLAN PERIOD REQUIREMENT AND PROPOSALS OF PLAN 1.

41 groups 15– 15–19 college (general) 10.73000 5. which fairly agree with the neighborhood standards adopted in the sub-division regulation.07 % fertile age group (20 – 34) Population (prospective) By 2011* By 2021* 67100 84900 70000 89000 80000 1.63 group 60 and above 8.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore assessment of the probable population in the different age groups is worked out below.12.89 5–9 primary & High 8.50000 10.00 0 89000 1.01.53.75. hospitals (Both Allopalhy and Indian 61 . The data available in regard to primary and secondary education infrastructure reveal that there were 121 primary schools.32 Figures are rounded off (Total do not agree) Special group (women in 14. This means for population assessed above for 2011 every primary school served about 5300 populations and a higher secondary school served about 18500 populations.00 0 4. 35 higher secondary schools in the Mangalore urban agglomeration.000 1. for 2011 and 2021. The existing level of health services in the Mangalore urban agglomeration also appear to be very good.00 0 The existing level of educational infrastructure in the city is observed to be encouraging.30 10 – 14 school age 9.44 20 – 59 working age 56.000 1.20. There were inall ten (10) Govt. Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Age group % to total ( in years) 0– 4 child group 7.9800 0 72000 89500 8.

after a detailed study of the existing land use data. while regulating the private 62 . in regard to their extent in the various planning districts. 2) Land requirement for various uses are worked out. It may be noted here that maternity hospitals for catering to an additional women population (fertile group) of 20500 by 2011and 32000 by 2021 is required. as stated above. This is again. with total bed strength of 7521 beds. Based on the actual areas under various uses in each planning districts. the matter is taken careof in the zoning Regulations while permitting the private hospitals & nursing homes. 2. & private) appears to be adequate. the land zoning regulation. By 2011 1. taken careof by the hospitals & nursing homes. This means that there are nearly 9 beds for every 1000 population (for the prospective population by 2011) and nearly 7 beds for every 1000 population (for the prospective population by 2021). from the provisionally approved Master Plan.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore system) and 67 private hospitals including nursing homes. in Mangalore taluk. Primary school (Basic PS & Higher PS) school Higher secondary school 45 14 By 2021 49 15 In regard to the health. Most of these are in Mangalore urban agglomeration only. Here. since the private hospitals & nursing homes are playing a very important role in meeting the requirement. Adopting the sub division standards adopted in the regulations the additional educational and health facilities required is given below. Descripencies are observed in the existing land use area computations. the total bed strength in hospitals (Govt.

at residential level and the city level are observed to be satisfactory. No.27 9.66 54.0 Persons Per Hectare.05 8.. This is likely to yield a residential density of about 91 Persons Per Hectare. Hence.68 4. with tertiary and secondary sector activities dominating the scene. It is observed that the built area density.46 Persons Per Hectare. Land use category Area in Hectare 11317.31 11.2021. Mangalore. playgrounds & other .71 1047.59 Ha in a total built up area of 24255. These densities.73 Hectare. while working out a land use pattern for the city upto 2021.46 4.07 Hectare.59 892.97 2790.13 persons per hectare.32 5. The proposed land use analysis is noted below. is a bifunctional urban centre. during 2001 was 50.51 13. this aspect is kept in view. it is appropriate that the secondary sector and Tertiary sector activities have a major say in the land allocation. The land use pattern for the Mangalore Local Planning Area is proposed to include a total residential area of 11317. the proposed land use plan is drawn up. where as the residential density was 95.74 63 % to total % to total conurbation Proposed Area 46. considering the special character of the Mangalore terrain. This area do not include spotted developments of 468. Sl. Hence.59 3. these densities are suitable for adoption.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore available in the District for reallocation and the future planning requirement. Proposed land use analysis for Mnagalore Local Planning Area . as already observed.68 1 2 3 4 5 Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi public Parks. And a built up area density of 44. Hence.64 2005. The proposed land use pattern has to reflect this consideration. (At city level).

.P. the Bajpe Airport and four proposed truck terminals. Kalavar..Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 6 7 8 open spaces.73 468.C. Public utility Transportation & Communications Proposed developed area Agriculture & Water sheet Total Outside connurbation a) Spotted Developments b) Agriculture Water c) Water Sheet Grand Total 45.F.62 503.00 ----------- Residential uses proposed accounts for 11317.L. The proposed land use analysis shows a dominance of industrial and transport uses.P.80 24255. These truck terminals are (1) A truck terminal at the junction of the proposed bye pass road and NH 48 in Kannur Village.A.93 3525.I.00 --------- 0.46 % of the total proposed developed area. which is 13.R.A. Bajpe. the Old Bunder area.M.P. Kenjar and Kulai villages. (2) One truck terminal near Bajpe Airport on an existing road proposed to be widened to 24 metre width in Bajpe Village limits.19 10.22 12.. K. Within the conurbation and 468.48 20729.T. (3) One truck terminal on NH-17 in Kulai and Hosabettu villages.53 100. Residential area accounts for 54.B (just out side the L.71 Ha.I.69 100.59 30600.06 5372.C.E.O.L.T) area..07 Ha of land in various spotted developments distributed through out the local planning area. Industrial use accounts for 2790. Permude. (4) One existing private truck terminal is proposed to be retained in Baikampadi village limits. several tiles cashew nut and Ice factories. Proposals of Industrial development is also suggested in Harekala and Konaje villages very close to the land proposed to be acquired for I. The industrial uses also include the area reserved for the Special Economic Zone (S.S.F.D. The major industrial establishments are M. M. Park (Infosy’s) by the K.59% of the proposed developed area.59 Ha.84 --14.Z) notifies by the Government in Kuthetur. B.00 0. The Ttransport and communication uses include the New Mangalore Part Trust (N.80 2629.A). 64 . (The spotted developments are not included here). Bala.

T.M. the action plans by various agencies under their act 65 . besides considering the existing situation in regard to the present land use. This include the water supply treatment works.74 hecteres.I.31% of the total proposed developed area. which is 9.II & III) and also Costal Management Zone (CMZ) notified under Environmental (protection) Act 1986.D. Of land which is 4. U. Graveyards. The open spaces also include a number of burial grounds. The commercial activity accounts for 892.P. Kadri park.80 hectares. the N. Areas: While allocating lands for various uses. proposals: Salient Features of the proposals: (A). playgrounds and other open spaces forms another major use area.G. which is 5.97Hectare.K Engineering College (Surathkal).68% of the proposed developed area. Religious Institutions of the city and sub urban area. The central business district is in the old part of the city centre (i. which is 0. treatment works. Public Utility uses account for 45. Cemetries and Kabarstans maintained by the local bodies and religious institutions.C yard in panambur and along all important roads of the city.22% of the Total developed area. The total area under this use is 2005.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Parks. A number of Educational Institutions.e. the A. The major commercial activity include. Hampankatta and Bunder area). Mangala University in Konaje are important under this category. Mangala Stadium and vast area of land reserved for maintaining the special Costal Regulatory Zone (CRZ I.05% of the proposed developed area. storage reservoirs. Various health and educational institutions in the city are included under this use. Tagore park. .64 hecteres. Electric power substations and dumping yards identified for dumping the solid wastes collected in the city. Public and Semi public uses account for 1047. Important open space uses are the Plikikula national park. Residential Areas: (A).

the K. (C) Transportaion Uses: i)Truck & Bus Terminals: In order to meet the need to provide adequate facilities for the lorry traffic that enter the city through various highways and to obviate their entry into the city. Permude. Park expansion project. Kulai. (B) Uses: (B) Industrial Uses: The Government has notified a special Economic Zone (S. in an area abutting the Local Planning Area in South East of the city near the Mangala University. three new truck terminals and one Bus Terminal are proposed at suitable places. Padavu. These areas have also been included for development. Bajpe and Kuttetur villages. The Ashraya layout at Karnadu & Kilpady which were not included are now incorporated in the land use plan. Some of the land owners have obtained permission for conversion of their lands for non agricultural purposes from the Revenue Authorities (Either from the Deputy Commissioner or Thahasildar) and some of the land owners poses Khata from the Mangalore City Corporations.T.D. Further.B has proposed to acquire lands infavour of the Infosy’s for their I. Bala. Marakada.E. Shakthinagara. Kenjar.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore provisions are incorporated. Therefore. These notified area have been included as Industrial uses in the Plan. Marakada.Z) in Kalavar. in Harekala. They are the layout scheme of Kankanadi. these cases have been considered for inclusion in the plan. Change of land use have been approved by Government and also by the Planning Authority in several cases. there is need for inclusion of some of the area for contiquity. very close to this area is suggested inside the Local Planning Area. Further. Ullal and Tiruvail.I. Kunjathbail.A. They are 66 . Padupanambur and Chitrapu villages. In some cases layouts have been approved by the Urban Development Authority. Additional areas for ancillary Industrial development.

It also passes very close to the S. Transportation Network: Existing network: As already observed in chapter III some of the roads have been proposed for widening. Mangalore.II&III) and also Coastal Management Zones(C.crosses the Netravathy river.This Byepass is proposed to run starting from the southern point at the junction of 17 Kotekar beeri cross and runs along the existing Kotekar beeri road. these have been indicated in the Circulation Map.M. pass through the Eastern outskirts.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) A truck terminal at the junction of NH 48 and the proposed 45 meter wide byepass in Kannur village (Planning District 5) A Truck Terminal along an existing road (proposed to be widened to 24 meter width) near SEZ area in Bajpe Village (Planning District . (iv).).This Byepass road is intended to meet traffic demand and reduce the traffic volume in NH-17 passing through the city.18) A Bus terminal at Maroli in Kadri village (Proposed by the Mangalore City Corporation) on NH-17 (ii) Byepass Road: A Byepass road.H – 48 at malavoor and runs further North along the Konkan Railway line and and on the North of it and joins the NH-17 to Surathkal junction.16) A Truck terminal along NH-17 in Kulai Village (Planning District . All state highways are proposed to widened to 30metre width.R. connects S.E. connects the NH-48. crosses the river. Proposals of road widening and regulation of building lines have been proposed on all important roads to reduce the conjestion of traffic.runs further North in the Eastern outskirts of the city . connects the NH-13 . (iii)Open Space Use: Areas Have been earmarked as open spaces as Coastal Regulatory Zones(C.Z area. 67 .Z –I.Z)as required under Environmental(protection) Act 1986.45metre in width is proposed for the National Highway 17. A list of the roads for which building lines are suggested for each one of them is appended (Annexure .runs along the Southern banks of Gurupur river . This has been done in consultation with the Regional Director for Environmental Coastal Regulatory Authority for Dakshina Kannada district.

Area Planning Dist No. 68 . a 45meter wide Byepass road to NH-17 is proposed to connect the NH -48.00 --44.25 5. New Important Roads. The areas contiguous to the existing residential developments. NH -13 and S.94 0. Sl. Existing important roads are proposed to be widened (or upgraded) or new links established to give link to the state and National Highways with the proposed by pass Road.99 55.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore New Roads. Total Outside connurbation Developments a) Spotted Developments b) Agriculture C) Water Sheet Grand Total The major proposed development in this Planning District is residential. As already stated.92 72. 67. Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheets. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use category Area in % to Total proposed Hectare Area 722.53 --1028.75 1.1 The proposed land use analysis of this planning District is given below.86 8.31 100. New roads have been suggested in areas lacking proper approach and also to provide the desired road network for the area.56 84.H. as shown in the Circulation Map to link the areas not connected. Some of the spot developments in the middle of the agricultural lands are retained. No.03 19.49 994. leaving the fertile and garden land are suggested for residential developments.70 26.32 8. A network of roads have been worked out. These are clearly indicated in the proposed circulation plan. Proposals of land use in various Planning Districts of Mangalore Local Planning Area.26 --18.64 5.78 --- R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks. playgrounds & other open spaces.27 2.68 --2085.59 79.

42 640. Total area of Planning District. NH-13 etc.II and III) are notified in parts of this district as indicated.R.C.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks. Kotekar main road and Konaje main road. 69 . suitable roads suggested as per provisionally approved plan are retained commercial activities are suggested along NH-17.44 43. commercial uses are suggested along the NH-17 and along Chervatur – Someshwara road along with the existing commercial uses.32 0. The Thokkotu – B.06 2.No. N. Road is proposed to be widened to 24 meter width. as shown in the District map. Land use category Area in % to Total proposed Hectare Area 912.H-48. Planning District No: 2 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is given below.03 0. Road is proposed to be widened to 30 meter since it is notified as a state highway.98 56.93 225.44 100.93 10. The existing Kotekar road is proposed to be widened to 45 meter width to act as a bye pass road and link. playgrounds & other open spaces. The existing K. Public and Semipublic uses are suggested at suitable places as shown.70 3.89 1. This Planning District is predominantly a residential district.16 60.30 30.60 8. The C.87 2074. starting from the junction at Kotekar –Beeri cross in the South and run on the Eastern outskirts of the city and join NH-17 again in the north.05 174.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The area proposed for development by the St.C. Public utility Transportation & Communications water Agriculture and water sheet. Sl.Z zones (I. Allcious Educational Institutions is proposed for Public and Semi Public uses.76 2.

40 92. which forms part of the proposed bye-pass road between Deralakatte and the proposed junction with the bye pass road is also proposed to be 70 .67 29.91 2.96 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R Residential Commercial Industrial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks.16 71.R.92 0.00 ----------- Residential in the major urban use in this Planning District surrounded by large chunks of Agricultural land.34 1.88 8.36 11. Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheet.86 778.42 400.55 100. The State Highway.28 2.91 2. as shown.48 67. playgrounds & other open spaces. A 45 meter wide bye-pass road along with a bridge across Nethravathy river is proposed. Total connurbation Outside connurbation a) Spotted Developments b) Agriculture c) Water Sheet Grand Total % to Total proposed Area 43. The C.83 14. Land use category Area in Hectare 352.21 18.47 229.Z zones are notified along the River Nethravathy.No.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No:3 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below Sl.47 1252.

The land adjacent to the University administrative offices is earmarked for Public & semi public uses as the same is reported to be required for expansion of the University.57 804.08 0.26 720. Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheet.73 1. Thokkotu – B.61 8.82 3. Land use category Area in Hectare 329.No: 85 of Konaje is acquired for developing a 71 .02 22.44 10. road is proposed to be widened to 30 meter width.47 11.92 100.C. Total Outside connurbation a) Spotted Developments b) Agriculture c) water sheet Grand Total The major Urban uses in this Planning District are the Residential and the Public and Semi public uses (Mangala University Area) These uses are surrounded by large chunks of agricultural land.90 8. Planning District No:4 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below.57 55.93 74.28 20.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore widened. Sl.17 4.39 64.No. The land in S.11 150.66 10. playgrounds & other open spaces.88 % to Total proposed Area 45.30 1590. (As it is notified as a State Highway).09 64.

Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheet. Planning District:5: The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below.C. II & III are notified as indicated on the District maps.07 0. Area in Hectare 680. New 18 meter roads are proposed to link proposed residential areas parallel to Nethravathy river and also parallel to the railway lines.42 % to Total proposed Area 54. the L. Total area of Planning District.55 1.52 0.89 20.74 2. as the same is adjacent to the area proposed for acquisition for the Infosy’s organizations through K.H-48.01 8.31 6.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore residential development by the Urban Development Authority.16 31. Commercial uses are proposed along the N.00 Residential use is dominant in this District. The proposed 45 meter Bye-pass road is continued from Nethravathy bridge to Link the N.R.12 0. The Thokkotu – B. The land North of Konaje – Harekala road and East of Harekala-Pavoor road is proposed for Industrial use.77 25.I. Road is proposed to be widened to 30 meter width as this is notified as State Highway. CRZ I.61 6. 1 R 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks.Z zone.H.A and abuting to it).48 in continuation of the existing commercial developments. playgrounds & other open spaces.D.01 76.P.07 108.B (This proposal of Infosy’s is observed to be just outside.01 1242.90 319.N o.68 100. A truck terminal is proposed at the junction of the proposed Bye-pass road with the NH-48. Sl. A belt of land parallel to Nethravathy river is notified under C. 72 . as indicated in the maps.A.

Sl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use category R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks.09 4.93 6.H.47 40.64 42.20 65.90 0.17 in this Planning District. The Pumpwell circle.00 The major Urban use in this Planning District is Residential.H.51 0. 48 is located here.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No:6 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below.12 107.No. CRZ zones are notified for areas along Nethravathy River in this Planning District. A Bus terminal is propsed by the Mangalore City Corporation on the NH.34 30.12 4. Commercial activity exists along N. as indicated in the map. Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheet. playgrounds & other open spaces. Total area of Planning District.H. Area in % to Total Hectare proposed Area 405.49 955. which is an important junction of the NH-17 and N.76 100.95 11. 73 . 48 & N.29 291.12 1.11 0.44 39.16 4. 17 commercial activity is also proposed along Thandoligegudde Nagabana road in Jappinamogaru.

86 28. Land use category Area in Hectare % to Total proposed Area 74 .36 4. Important Public and Semi public institutions and the famous Mangaladevei Temple are located here.30 5.34 24. This Planning District is predominantly residential in character. playgrounds & other open spaces. Sl.84 0.31 4.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No:7 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below.24 49. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Land use category Area in Hectare 338.18 62.98 527. Total area of Planning District.03 9. Sl.02 % to Total proposed Area 64.59 11.01 21. Planning District No:8 The proposed land use analysis of this Planning District is noted below.No. Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture and water sheet. The CRZ is marked all along Nethravathy river bank as indicated in the proposed land use map.00 R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks.No.41 2.57 100.

71 20.40 11. 8.67 28. 6.36 1017.41 0.36 39.68 28.88 0.21 6.98 5.79 107.89 5. The CRZ are notified along the Gurupur river coast and also on the sand spits as indicated on the map.23 42. 5.21 10.35 33.53 3.25 12.87 100.17 8. 3.No. This is one of the central business district 109. the Railway station and the goods yard are located here. 2. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Outside connurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha. Public Public utility Transportation & Communications Agriculture including water sheet.12 16.18 52. 366.96 73. Total area of Planning District. Plannig District No.00 with Commercial and Public and Semipublic uses dominating.44 0.58 4.56 477.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R Residential Commercial Industrial Public & Semi Public Parks. 1.57 639. playgrounds & other open spaces.18 22.91 2.41 28.17 29. 7. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks.84 58.34 35. 9 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below Sl. 4.49 292.00 --------- 75 . The old bunder area.38 % to total 57.18 5.25 100.37 210.

Important public and semi public uses also exist in this district. Planning District No. 5. Land use category.52 1. % to total Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semi public Parks. 4.97 94. Closely built residential developments and some of the important Public and Semipublic uses are located here.31 11. 3.17 26. An 18mtr wide road is proposed to link Sultan Batheri to NH 17. 6. 1.No.81 107.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore This is one of the central business district with commercial activity dominating in its southern parts. 7.77 3.52 13.12 100.00 This is one of the central business districts with commercial uses dominating in the South-West and Western part of the district.19 3. playgrounds & other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & communication Agriculture including water sheet Total area of planning district 479. Commercial activity is seen along all the main roads.11 9.91 0. 10 Sl.77 0.84 60. 8. The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. 2.56 8. Area in Ha.92 795. 76 .48 13.87 73.36 0.

a 24mtr. A 18mtr.69 0.Commercial activity is proposed along the NH 17 and along the Kulur – Kavoor road. 2.00 The coastal area all along the Gurupur river and along the sea coast is notified under the CRZ. 8. 1.02 3. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total area of the planning district Area in Ha.86 18. 335.77 13.54 37. Wide road is proposed along Gurupur river to link Sultan Batheri to NH 17.08 0. 7.14 250.73 1. Wide roads is proposed from Thannurbavi to NH 17 77 .47 7. 5. Similarly.04 to % to total 33.78 139. 4.No.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No.61 100. 3. 6.82 0.35 24. Residential use is proposed in Panjimogaru and Bangrakuluru village limits.05 1016. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks. 11 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below Sl.11 227.01 22.35 22.

21 27.53 2.58 4.00 ------- This planning district is dominated by Residential developments.Z which is located in the area North of Gurpur river. Land use category Area in Ha.35 226. 78 . playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total 1016. The State Highway SH 48 is proposed for widening to 30 mtr width.71 3. 12 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.63 0.39 4. Industrial use is proposed in Markada village near Gurpur river to support the proposed S.63 8. Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks.91 14.62 1610. Commercial activity is proposed along Derebail – Konchady road (SH-48) Bejai – Bondel road.No.61 87.58 63.09 1636. 5. 3.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No.57 19.12 5. 4. and along Kulur Kavoor road.42 1.07 100.96 111.E. % to total 1.56 57.59 74.56 6. Sl. 8. 6. 2. 7.

90 3. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks. 4. 79 . The land allotted to the Police department and the Materiological department are earmarked for Public and semipublic use.20 1. Sl.D treatment plant and hence this is earmarked for utility purposes. All along the Gurpur river the southern bank is notified under CRZ as indicated in the district plan.56 46.20 61. Planning District No. 8. 13 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.98 36.04 11. 5.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The City Corporation has acquired lands in Kavoor for U.G. A request is made to the Revenue Authorities to allot this Govt.87 36.92 33.14 % to total 70.45 100.71 3.00 --------- Residential use is dominant in this planning district. 19/3 is earmarked for Park & open space.No.38 258. 3.76 12.12 27.81 2. 6. A portion of the Southern bank of Gurpur river is zoned for open space use under CRZ – I.98 1032. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture include water sheet Total Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha.No. 2. 1.11 9.57 2.70 6. 731. 7. The Govt.44 1350. land available at S. land to the Urban Development Authority for this purpose.00 100.87 29.

84 41. 1. 4.37 14.91 % to total 52.06 179.No. The Pilikula National park occupies a substantial area.28 100.41 64. Planning District No. Sl.00 32.31 810.06 41. 7.64 --------- The major non residential use in this planning district are the open space uses and the public utility area. 80 . playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha.10 5.12 0.84 28.03 2.10 121. 3. 2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The Shaktinagar main road is obsereved to be an important road and is therefore proposed to be widened to 15mtr Width.15 1. 5. The Municipal dumping yard is also located in this planning district. 8. 6.47 0.23 1424. 426.06 22. 14 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.09 517. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks.93 0.64 3. All along the southern bank of Gurpur river a belt of open space as CRZ – III is notified.61 11.

A portion of land along the northern bank of Netravathy river is notified as CRZ – I. 5.75 Total 869. % to total Residential 455. Thiruvail and Mudushedde. The proposed byepass road pass through this district.36 spaces Public Utility 0.38 --Residential use is dominant in this planning District.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore The proposed byepass road pass through this planning district on the eastern and the northern part of the district connecting the NH 13 link roads (24 mtr Width) are proposed to link NH 13 and the byepass road at three places namely Kudupu.56 23.67 playgrounds Parks. The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. 81 .28 Public & semipublic 40.63 11.00 Outside conurbation --a) Spotted developments 71.No.35 Commercial 17.47 2.83 2. 8.55 100. playgrounds and other open 29.57 Agriculture including water sheet 206.01 Industrial 19. 4. Land use category Area in Ha. II & III. 6. 1.90 --Grand Total 2086. 3.22 3.21 52. A 24 mtr Wide link road is proposed to link the NH 13 with the proposed byepass road here. 2.58 4. Planning District No 15 Sl. 7.33 Agriculture b) Agriculture 1136.6 --c) Water sheet 11.01 Transportation & Communication 100.05 0.

96 7.20 Total 2791.22 4.which is on the south of it.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No. running parallel to the 82 .00 Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments 52.22 2.No. Transportation & Communication 207. % to total 1.00 Transportation 7. Agriculture including water sheet 312.50 100.09 0. Public & semipublic 35. Residential 759.43 --b) Agriculture 103.45 8. playgrounds and other open 161. The special economic Zone notified by Govt.83 3.65 11. Road to the proposed bye pass roads .79 spaces 6. The proposed Truck Terminal on existing 18 mtr Wide road is located here and is linked by a proposed 24 mtr. Industrial 1290. Sl.48 --The important uses in this planning district are the Industrial uses.28 46. is the major proposed Industrial use.89 1. Land use category Area in Ha. Public Utility 0. 16 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.76 5.00 0.55 --c) Water sheet --Grand Total 2947.29 5. Sl. Parks.No. Commercial 23.87 27.

50 163.42 4.88 1410.L and BASF Industrial areas are located here. 1.No. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha.35 2. Bye pass road pass through this 83 . 330.Z area is earmarked as required under coastal regulation authorities notification.04 103.96 53. 3. 4. 2.32 11.59 0.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Konkan railway line. 6. 8. The proposed 45 mtr.40 0.57 753.P.88 % to total 23.60 --1742. 7.R. On the northern bank of Gurpur river a belt of CRZ I & III zones and a C.44 0.40 290.98 100. Sl. 17 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.88 41.40 0. The area all along the northern bank of Gurpur river is notified under CRZ and CMZ zones.M. Planning District No. The M. 5.01 1410.00 --------- Industrial use dominate in this planning district.00 7.71 42.19 13. planning district.

16 1.97 100. Wide road.00 7. The New Mangalore Port Trust area (NMPT). wide road is proposed to link the NH 17 and the Bajpe Airport road. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic playgrounds Parks.61 5.C.The proposed Truck Terminal are the important transport uses.19 3. Link road is proposed to connect the proposed 45mtr. 3. 1. 18 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.36 29. 2.31 26.86 162. 84 .No. Special Economic Zone (Industrial) area. Also an 18mtr.29 90.09 51.37 9.27 427.14 26.86 0. The important Industrial uses are the M.F. 5. 395.02 479. An 18mtr.64 % to total 24.94 1633. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Area in Ha. 8. Sl.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Planning District No. The important uses in this planning district are the transportation uses and the Industrial uses. 4. CRZ belts have been identified along Gurpur river and Kudumbu rivers. Baikampady Industrial Estate are.

00 --------- Residential use dominate this planning district.80 0.91 2440. 6.50 135.02 7.00 29.35 5. 2.12 110. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks. 3.30 4.23 0. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha.34 18. 7.71 6.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore District Planning District No.46 104. 8.12 0.25 7. 5. Sl. 1491. 19 : The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.39 158.36 165. The Karnataka Regional Engineering College (NITK) at Suratkal is an important Public & semipublic use in this planning district.23 2170.08 100.00 222.78 % to total 68. 1. The coastal land along the sea coast is notified as CRZ zone in Iddya 85 .61 5. 4.No.53 29.

73 2. Planning District No. 3.85 Industrial 0. 2. Land use category Area in Ha. 1.71 --c) Water sheet 1.52 --Residential use is the major developable use in this planning district.96 --b) Agriculture 31. Width from the junction of the proposed bye-pass road up to NH 17.08 18.No.87 27. The State highway 101 is proposed to be widened to 45mtr. 4.73 Public & semipublic 18.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore village. % to total Residential 255.83 37.26 0.83 30.73 Parks.25 Commercial 12. 5. the Pavanje island and the area between the Pavanje river and the sea coast line till the 86 .00 Outside conurbation developments a) Spotted developments 1.26 spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication 5.06 Total 686. 20 Sl.57 0. playgrounds and other open 207.79 100. The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below.77 Agriculture including water sheet 185.06 --Grand Total 721. 8. 6. Large chunks of lands are notified under the CRZ belt all along the Pavanje river (on both sides). 7.70 1.

38 60.51 92. 8.20 509.92 20.15 1580. The existing 18mtr wide road is proposed to be linked to NH 17 and link Padupanambur and Chitrapu villages.31 5.69 0.88 31.87 54.00 --------- Residential use account for 41. 3.27 210. Sl. playgrounds and other open spaces Public Utility Transportation & Communication Agriculture including water sheet Total conurbation Outside conurbation a) Spotted developments b) Agriculture c) Water sheet Grand Total Area in Ha.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore confluence point of the river with sea. 21 The proposed land use analysis of this planning district is noted below. [ Planning District No.45 1017.62 2.26 % to total 41. 420.11 11.05 60. 1.No.25 9.35% of the planning district.93 5.03 22.35 5. Industrial areas include the Karnataka Industrial area development board estate and a new industrial area in NH 17 are important industrial uses. 6. 4.44 100. Land use category Residential Commercial Industrial Public & semipublic Parks. 2. 7. Commercial activity is proposed along NH 17 and the SH 87 .73 116. 5.

If these uses are contrary to the newly proposed uses. 1. by suitable regulations on spacing of buildings to provide adequate light. INTRODUCTION 1. Each zone has its own regulations. It prevents overcrowding in buildings and land and thus ensures adequate facilities and services.3 Zoning is not retrospective. Large areas of land all along Shambavi river is reserved for openspace under CRZ-I and CRZ-III The state highway SH 70 is proposed to be widened to 30mtr width CHAPTER V ZONAL REGULATIONS 1. they are termed as non-conforming uses. 88 . as the same set of regulations cannot be applied to the entire city. and are gradually eliminated over years without inflicting unreasonable hardship upon the property owner. economical and healthy development of the city takes place in accordance with the land use plan. etc.2 Zoning protects residential areas from the harmful invasions of commercial and industrial uses and at the same time promotes the orderly development of industrial and commercial areas. such as residential. 1. industrial.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 70. This is to ensure that most appropriate. air. public and semi public etc. it is necessary to apply reasonable limitation on the development of land and buildings. It does not prohibit the uses of land and buildings that are lawfully established prior to the coming into effect of these zonal regulations.1 In order to promote public health. For this purpose. protection from fire. safety and the general social welfare of the community. and its continued maintenance over the years. the city is divided in to a number of use zones. commercial.

DEFINITIONS: 2.6.b.2. 2004 and are detailed below. Act) 1961. 1.6. minimum front. rear and side setbacks. cutting into or removal of any wall. It also ensures solutions to problems of developments under local conditions. 2.6.2 ‘Act’ means the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act.2. Zonal boundaries and interpretations of zonal regulations: 1. For any doubt that may arise in interpretation of the provisions of the Zonal Regulations. or a change to or closing of any required means of ingress or egress.6.3 ‘Alteration’ means a change from one use to another. 2. 1.C. beam. it shall be referred to the Authority and the decision of the Authority in this regard shall be final. The Local Planning area is divided into use zones such as residential. or a structural change such as an addition to the area or height. the Director of Town Planning shall be consulted by the authority.a. 2. partition. industrial etc. floor or their support.2. unless the context otherwise requires. 1. 1.6 Establishment of zones and zonal maps: 1.T. 1. 2.P. or any change to the structure such as reconstruction or.8 These regulations set out minimum size of plot.5 The present Zonal Regulations for Mangalore local planning area.4 ‘Amalgamation’ means clubbing of two or more authorized sites.4 The Zonal Regulations and their enforcement ensure proper land use and development control and form an integral part of the Master plan for Mangalore. maximum plot coverage.1.7 These regulations set out the various uses of land: (a) that are permissible (b) that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority in different zones. or the removal of part of building. Where there is uncertainty regarding the boundary of the zones in the approved Master Plan (Revision II)-2021.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 1.1 In these Zonal Regulations. commercial. joint. as shown in the final Master Plan (Revision – II) maps. minimum road widths and maximum number of floors and heights of structures etc. the expressions given below shall have the meaning indicated against each of them. 89 . 1. are prepared under the provisions of Section 12(1)(a) of the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Amendment Act. column.. (K.

14 ‘Building line’ means the line upto which the plinth of building may lawfully extend within the plot on a street or an extension of a street and includes the line prescribed. 2. music. parks.16 ‘Chejja’ means a continuous sloping or horizontal cantilever projection provided over an opening or external wall to provide protection from sun and rain.12 ‘Basement storey or cellar’ means any storey.13 ‘Bifurcation’ means bifurcation of a plot into two.9 ‘Auditorium’ means premises having an enclosed space to seat audience and stage for various performances such as concerts. street. The basement height should not project more than 1. 2. 2. The carriageway surface may be or may not be paved. electric poles. 2. if any in the Master Plan or Town Planning scheme. which are occupied or which is intended or designed to be occupied by one family for living purpose in an Apartment Building. etc.10 ‘Authority’ means Urban Development Authority constituted for Mangalore under the Karnataka Urban Development Authorities Act 1987 (MUDA) for the local planning area. 2. electric supply. which is partly / wholly below the ground level.5 ‘Amenity’ includes roads. to serve as passage or sit out place. open spaces. 2.8 ‘Applicant’ means any person who gives notice to the Authority with an intention to erect or re-erect or alter a building.11 ‘Balcony’ means a horizontal cantilever projection with a handrail or balustrade. etc.15 ‘Carriageway’ means the clear motorable width within the road right of way without any obstructions such as drains. each containing two or more apartments with a total of four or more apartments / dwelling units for all such buildings and comprising or part of the property. drainage. recreational grounds. street lighting. 90 . etc. playgrounds.6 ‘Apartment’ means suite of rooms. of a fire or furnace are carried off by means of which a draught is created. gas.20 M above the ground level / average ground level. 2. services and conveniences.17 ‘Chimney’ means a structure usually vertical containing a passage or flue by which the smoke. public works and other utilities.7 ‘Apartment building / multi dwelling units’ means a building containing four or more apartments / dwelling units. 2. 2. plays. or two or more buildings. gardens. 2. 2. No portion of the building may extend beyond this line except as prescribed in these rules. trees. sewerage. 2. This word is synonymous with residential flat. water supply.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2.

20. social or cultural activities or philanthropic service run by a co-operative society or society registered under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act. restaurants. offices of commercial undertakings and companies petrol bunk. fire station. the wall being the joint property of both owners.24 ‘Corridor’ means a common passage or circulation space connecting separate rooms or different parts of the same building including a common entrance hall. cinema theatres. 2. lodges. Storage and service facilities incidental to the sale of merchandise and located in the same building shall be included under this group. No upper floor shall be permitted. corporate offices. a bank.22 ‘Convention center’ means premises having enclosed space for official meetings and discussions without cooking facilities. 1960 (Karnataka Act 17 of 1960) or by a trust created wholly for charitable.20 ‘Common wall’ means a wall built on land belonging to two adjoining owners. a bus stand or a bus depot. etc. a police station. trust. educational or religious purposes. a child care centre. clubs run on commercial basis. they are not common walls and no part of the footings of either wall shall project on to the land of the adjoining owner. a post office.. building used for transaction of business or the keeping of accounts. a gymnasium. a library. a fair price shop. a milk booth. an area office or a service station of the local authority or the Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board or the Karnataka Electricity Board and such other amenity as the government may by notification specify. water pool.25 ‘Courtyard’ means a space permanently open to the sky either in the interior or exterior of a building within the site. 2.21 ‘Community Hall’ means congregational place to be developed by government or local bodies. plant. 2. and / or market for display and sale of merchandise either wholesale or retail.20. swimming pool (if uncovered) platform around a tree. fountain. a centre for educational. 2. tank. a maternity home. kalyana mantapa.2 Any such ‘common’ or ‘dividing’ wall shall be considered for the purpose of these byelaws. society. 2. professional service facilities. records for similar purpose.18 ‘Civic amenity’ means a market. 2.1 If two adjoining owners build a dividing wall on their property. nursing homes. except where exempted. community hall (run on commercial basis) banks.26 ‘Covered Area’ means area covered by building / buildings immediately above the plinth level. as being equivalent to an external wall as far as the thickness and height are concerned. a school. 2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2. nursery. rocky area. except by legal agreement between the owners. 2.19 ‘Commercial building’ means a building or part of a building. 91 . a dispensary. multiplex. a recreation centre run by the government or local authority.23 ‘Corner Plot’ means a plot facing two or more intersecting streets / roads. software services. well and well structures. 2. 2. having a maximum of 300 M2 carpet area of hall without separate kitchen and dining. which is used as shops. but does not include the space covered by garden. religious.

except the portion covered by the garage 2. fire control room (maximum 4 M x 4 M) & security room (2 M x 2M) if provided outside the plinth of the building for plots of more than 4000 M2. 2. conduit. mining or other operations in. swing.32 ‘Duplex’ means a residential apartment in two levels connected with an informal staircase. pump house. electric transformer and generator with enclosure. 2. chejja. or over or under land or the making of any material change in any building or land or in the use of any building or land and includes sub-division of any land. slide.29 ‘Detached building’ means a building.34 ‘Flatted Factory’ means a premises having group of non-hazardous small industrial units as given in Schedule I and II having not more than 50 workers and these units may be located in multistoried industrial buildings.33 ‘Dwelling unit / Tenement’ means an independent housing unit with separate facility for living.0 M2. engineering. gully-pit. 2. uncovered staircase.31. the walls and roof of which are independent of any other building with open spaces on all sides. compound or boundary wall.31. watchman booth. 2.36 ‘Floor Area Ratio’ (FAR) means the quotient of the ratio of the combined gross floor area of all floors.2 Non Residential Development Plan means a plan containing proposal for construction of one or more buildings on a plot size measuring more than 6.000 M2. to the total area of the plot. 92 . 2. viz. within the site. unstoreyed porch and portico. culvert. 2.31 ‘Development Plan’ 2.27 ‘Cultural buildings’ means a building built by a trust. 2. cooking and sanitary requirements. catch-pit. gate. government or local body for cultural activities. society. The general term ‘floor’ does not refer basement or cellar floor and mezzanine. sump tank.1 Residential Development plan means a plan containing proposal for construction of one or more residential buildings on a plot measuring more than 10. chamber gutter and the like.28 ‘Density’ means concentration of population expressed in terms of number of persons per hectare in a particular area.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore bench with open top and unenclosed sides by walls cut outs and ducts which are open to sky and the like drainage.35 ‘Floor’ means the lower surface in a storey on which one normally walks in a building. The area covered by watchman booth / pump house shall not exceed each 3. except the areas specifically exempted under these regulations. 2. 2.000 M2.30 ‘Development’ with its grammatical variations means the carrying out of building. 2. Floor Area Ratio = Total floor area of all the floors.

pent house and parapet are also excluded for the purpose of measuring height. to the top of the roof and in the case of pitched roofs up to the point where the external surface of the outer wall intersects a finished surface of the sloping roof and in case of gable facing the street.37 ‘Footing’ means the projecting courses at the base of a wall to spread the weight over a large area. manufacture or processing of which involves highly corrosive.41 ‘Ground Floor’ means the Floor immediately above the level of the adjoining ground level on all sides or above the basement floor.45 ‘Height of Building’ means the vertical distance measured in the case of flat roofs from the average level of the ground around and contiguous to the building whichever is at a higher level. stair case room.47 ‘High-rise Building’ means a building having height of more than 18 M including stilt floor. multiplexes.2 Storage. Architectural features.44 ‘Heritage building’ means a building processing architectural aesthetic.43 ‘Head room’ where a finished ceiling is not provided the lower side of the joists or beams or tie beams shall determine the clear headroom. 2. commercial complexes. 2.42. 2. 2.46 ‘High density development’ this includes star hotels. 2. 2.40 ‘Government’ means the Government of Karnataka. or other liquids. which is declares a Heritage building by the Mangalore Urban Development Authority within whose jurisdiction such building is situated. acids. 2. IT and BT. toxic or noxious alkalis. 2. 93 . manufacture of procession of radioactive substances or of highly combustible or explosive materials or of products which are liable to burn with extreme rapidity and/or producing poisonous fumes or explosive emanations. 2. services and other functions like that of decorations shall be excluded for the purpose of measuring height.38 ‘Frontage’ means the width of the site/land abutting the road. etc.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Plot Area 2. historic or cultural values. Water tank. 2. or which result in division of matter into fine particles capable of spontaneous ignition. chimneys.1 Storage handling. fumes and explosive mixtures. handling.39 ‘Garage’ means a structure designed or used for the parking of vehicles. gases or chemicals producing flame.42 ‘Hazardous Building’ means a building or part thereof used for: 2. lift room. shopping malls. 2. the midpoint between the eave-level and the ridge.42.

Land use includes zoning of land use as stipulated in the Master plan and the Zoning Regulations.60 ‘Plinth’ means the portion of a structure between the surface of the surrounding ground and surface of the floor immediately above the ground.52 ‘Master Plan’ means Master Plan (Revision – II) prepared for the local planning area of Mangalore approved by the government under the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act.C.54 ‘Multilevel Car Parking (MLCP)’ means multilevel R. 2. (To be included for FAR) 2.58 ‘Parking Space’ means an area enclosed or unenclosed.59 ‘Penthouse’ means a covered space not exceeding 10M2 on the roof of a building. 1961. MLCP can be an independent structure or part of a building with other land uses. left open to sky in a building. 2. structure used for car parking connected to all floors by means of ramps / mechanical elevators. 2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2. 2.55 ‘Open space’ means an area forming an integral part of the plot. brewery. 2.49 ‘Land use’ includes the purpose to which the site or part of the site of the building or part of the building is in use or permitted to be used by the Authority. Such floor is allowable non-residential uses only. factory. workshop etc. dairy. 2. guardian.50 ‘Loft’ means a residual space above normal floor level. 94 .56 ‘Owner’ includes the person for the time being receiving or entitled to receive whether on his own account or as an agent. 2. the rent or profits of the property in connection with which the work is used. 2. for the manufacture of products of all kinds including fabrication and assembly.48 ‘Industrial building’ means a building wholly or partly used as a factory. trustee. The area of mezzanine floor shall not exceed 1/3 of covered area of ground floor. manager or receiver for another person or for any religious or charitable purpose. (same as setback) 2. 2.51 ‘Lift’ means an appliance designed to transport persons or materials between two or more levels in a vertical or substantially vertical direction by means of a guided car platform. 2. covered or open. refinery. power of attorney holder. power plant.57 ‘Parapet’ means a low wall or railing built along the edge of a roof. which may be constructed or adopted for storage purposes. sufficient in size to park vehicles together with a driveway connecting the parking space with a street or any public area and permitting the ingress and egress of the vehicles.C.53 ‘Mezzanine Floor’ means an intermediate floor between the ground floor and first floor only. gas plant distillery.

2. 2. 2. public exhibition hall. the entrance shaft of the pump room of maximum 2 M x 2 M may be permitted above the ground level. 2. However. a church.68 ‘Residential building’ means a building used or constructed or adopted to be used wholly for human habitation and includes garages. hospital run by public institutions.72 ‘Service apartment’ means an apartment in which individual residential flats are let out on rental basis.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2. permitted by collecting additional fees as prescribed in the rules herein. chapel. 2. lecture room or any other place of public assembly. 2.64 ‘Porch or Portico’ means a roof cover supported on pillars or cantilevered projection for the purpose of pedestrian or vehicular approach to a building without any structure above.71 ‘Room Height’ means the vertical distance measured between the finished floor surface and the finished ceiling surface. dharmashala. public concert room. 2.A. mosque or any place of public worship. and other out-houses necessary for the normal use of the building as a residence. 2. public hall. Where a finished ceiling is not provided. college.63 ‘Plot or site’ means a parcel (piece) of land enclosed by definite boundaries.A. the road level considered shall be at the center of the property frontage.R. Note: In case of sites facing a T-Junction or at the intersection of a multiple roads.R. the underside of the joists or beams or tie-beams shall determine the upper point of measurement.70 ‘Road Width’ means the distance between the boundaries of a road including footways and drains measured at right angles. school. 2.66 ‘Public and semi-public building’ means a building used or intended to be used either ordinarily or occasionally by the public such as offices of state or central government or local authorities. The level of the road shall be taken at the center of the carriage way. library.62 ‘Plinth Level’ means the level of the floor of a building immediately above the surrounding ground.67 ‘Pump room’ means the room provided below ground level adjacent to the sump tank to house various types of pumps with self priming mechanism.69 ‘Road Level’ the level of the road at the access to the property or in the event of more than one entrance to the property. theatre for cultural activities.65 Premium F. – Additional F. 95 . 2. the width of the road parallel to the site shall be considered. 2.61 ‘Plinth Area’ means the built up covered area of the building / buildings immediately above plinth level. temple.

74 ‘Service Road’ means a road / lane provided adjacent to a plot for access or service purposes as the case may be. Service industries shall be permitted in the Residential zone under special circumstances as give in Schedule I. height of the building.P.R. The height of the stilt floor shall be a minimum of 2. 2. LAND USE ZONES: 3.79 ‘Staircase Room’ means a room accommodating the stairs and for purpose of providing protection from weather and not used for human habitation.81 ‘Zonal Regulations’ means Zoning of Land use and regulations prepared under the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Amendment Act. Commercial (Retail and whole sale business) (C) 3. parking.78 ‘Storey’ means the space between the surface of one floor and the surface of the other floor vertically above or below.73 ‘Service Industry’ means an industry where services are offered with or without power.1 Classification of Land into various zones: 1. 2. 2. 2) Only definition is given above. The height shall be considered for calculating the total height of the building. 2. aggregate installed capacity shall not exceed 10 HP & the sital area shall not exceed 240 Sq.80 ‘T.76 ‘Stilt floor’ means open parking area provided at ground level. setbacks around buildings. 3.0M) used for parking. the definitions in National Building Code shall apply. If power is used.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2.77 ‘Stilt parking’ means building constructed with stilt area of non habitable height (less than 3.4M and it shall not exceed 3. plot coverage. Public Utilities (PU) 96 . 2. prescribing the uses permissible in different land use zones.D.C. 2004 Section 12. Residential (R) 2.0M. floor area ratio.T. Note: 1) For any items not covered above. 2. Industrial (I) 4.75 ‘Setback’ means the distance prescribed under these Zonal Regulations between the plot boundary and the plinth of the building. 2. building lines.’ – Transferable Development Rights available for plots as prescribed under K. Act or as per government notifications as and when notified. For regulation refer the relevant chapters of the Zonal Regulations. etc. Public and Semi Public (P & SP) 5.m. 2.

2 Uses of land that are permissible and those that are permissible under special circumstances by the Mangalore Urban Development Authority. STD booths/mobile phone service repairs. parks and playgrounds [including public recreation area] (O. gas cylinder storage provided it satisfies all required norms of safety. cemeteries. other professions in public interest not exceeding 20. Transport and Communication (T & C) 8. (which is the planning Authority for the Local planning Area of Mangalore) in different zones of the local planning area shall be as follows. 2) When Service apartments are permitted.T.T. banks.2 COMMERCIAL ZONE: 97 . hostels including working women’s and gents’ hostels. office of advocates.2. 24-12-2001.Kan. schools up to primary level and higher primary courses. Note: 1) For uses permitted under special circumstances. convention centers. ATM. 1961 for commercial use shall be levied. 3) No Objection Certificate from the Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada district shall be obtained before permitting buildings for places of worship vide Government Order No.P. 1000 M2 for Lower Primary schools and 2000 M2 for Higher Primary schools. telecommunication tower and equipment subjected to structural stability certificate from registered structural engineer. state and central government offices including service counters. fee under section 18 of K. golf clubs. Dt. audio/video libraries. 7.1 RESIDENTIAL ZONE: 3. orphanages.2.1b. compute institutes.T. the site shall abut the road of minimum 9M width. neighborhood or convenience shops. Fee prescribed for commercial use shall be collected. milk booths. paying guest accommodations. sports and recreation grounds. service apartments. water sheet (A . hard and software computer offices and I.Dwellings. Act.0 M2 in a building. with a Minimum sital area of 500 M2 for Nursery school. P & PG). Agriculture land. W) 3.2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 6. related activities provided the site is abutting a road of minimum 9 M width. 3. Open spaces.2.65:MuAaBi:2001. B. old age homes. public libraries. Other uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: Integrated townships. gas filling stations and storage. places of public worship.E. doctors consulting room.C.1a. Uses that are permissible: . HOP COM centres. 3. service industries (for the industries as per the list given in Schedule – I). 3. community halls.

loading and unloading requirements.3b Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: All Uses and industries employing more than 100 workers. junk yard storages. any retail business or services not specifically restricted or prohibited therein. etc. medical/engineering/ technical and research institutions. hostels. multiplexes.2b Other uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: . dairy and poultry farms. parking lots.0 M2 or 5% of the total area whichever is lower.All Industries conforming to performance standard and those given in illustrative list in Schedule-II which would not cause excessive injurious or obnoxious fume. sports and recreational uses. with aggregate illustrated power exceeding 50 HP and industries confirming to performance standards as given in illustrative list in Schedule – II and III.2. parking. Integrated townships.2. INDUSTRIAL ZONE: 3. meat and fish markets. warehouses and cinema theatres. truck parking. advertising signs conforming to relevant building byelaws. service industries.2. garages manufacturing establishments employing not more than ten laborers and manufacturing goods to be sold by the manufacturer in retail with more than 20 HP in district shopping centers (major business area). public utilities and related buildings. Recreational facilities for employees. clubs. restaurants. community centres. crematoria. ware housing and covered storage for industry. truck terminals.2a Uses that are permissible: . lifts and computers are excluded from the HP specified above) and all uses permissible or permissible under special circumstances in residential use zone.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 3. banks. government and private hospitals. temple and other places of worship. vegetable. fuel filling stations. nursing homes. Commercial Complexes and service establishments like hair dressing saloons. dwellings for managers and essential staff like foreman and watch and ward area not exceeding of 300.Cold storage. obnoxious and hazardous industries away from the predominant wind directions subjected to prior NOC from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board as per the 98 .3a Uses that are permissible: . storage of inflammable materials and vehicular parking weigh bridges. auditoriums. places of amusement or assembly. stock yards crushing units. odour. hotels. laundries. ice manufacturing plants. state or central government office.2. Dwelling for essential staffs like foreman watch and ward and manages quarters not exceeding 1000 M2 or 5% of the total area which is lees. taxi and scooter stands.2. nursing homes. slaughter houses. shops. newspaper or job printing. educational. offices. health centres and nursing homes. 3. neighbourhood shops. clinics.Offices. hardware and software computer offices and information technology related activities (Power required for air conditioners. IT and BT industries. microwave towers and stations. and employing not more than 100 workers with power or 100 workers without power (total aggregate installed power not exceeding 50 HP). municipal. all uses permissible in the commercial use zone. listed in Schedule – II with power up to 20HP. 3. canteen (ancillary to the industry).3. junk yard. burial ground. dry cleaning and tailoring shops. bus and truck terminals. Service industries listed in Schedule – I (power upto 20HP). Residential buildings including orphanages and old age homes. or any other objectionable effluents. 3. libraries. dust. automobile workshop. church. fuel filling stations.

gas works subject to prior No Objection Certificate from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board. etc. Uses that are permissible: . high tension and low tension transmission lines. electric power plants.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore provisions of Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1874. cultural and religious institutions including libraries. orphanages and old age homes.4a Uses that are permissible: . PUBLIC UTILITIES: 3. play grounds and recreational uses. Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: . clubs. 3.5a. including treatment plants and disposal works. high tension and low tension transmission lines substation etc. jails. nursery and swimming pools.2. clubs.6 PARKS. filling stations. cultural institutions like community halls. dwellings required for proper maintenance and functioning of public and semi-public uses may be permitted when they are run on non commercial basis in their own premises and ancillary to the respective institutions. etc. crematorium.5b. Gas installation. sub stations.2. PLAYGROUNDS AND OPEN SPACES: 99 .2. 3. banking counters.Water supply installations including treatment plants. 3. Note: Retail shops. water supply installations including disposal works. parking lots.Government administrative centres. parks. 3. stadium. utilities and services. play grounds and open spaces zone. of predominantly non commercial in nature. police stations. fire fighting stations. Note: Any Industry requiring clearance/ NOC from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board and Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1974.Canteen. indoor recreational use in their own premises and as an ancillary the respective institutions not exceeding 5% of the total area. banks.4 PUBLIC AND SEMI-PUBLIC USES: 3. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1981. cemeteries. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1981 or MOEF clearance is to be obtained prior to giving permission for industry. aquarium. museum. libraries.2. dumping yards.2.5. reading rooms and clubs. drying beds. storage reservoirs. SWM land fill sites and such other public utilities. gas installation and gas works subject to prior No Objection Certificate from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board. drainage and sanitary installations. educational. district office.2. governor’s residence and institutional offices. milk dairies. planetarium.4b Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: Government printing press. electric power plants. restaurants. opera houses.2. canteens. secretariats. banking institutions and quarters for essential staff and all use that are permissible under parks. fire stations. medical and health institutions. horticultural. law courts. over head tanks. 3.

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3.2.6a Uses that are permissible: - Parks, play grounds, children’s play land inclusive of amusement theme parks such as Disney land type, toy trains, parkways, boulevards, cemeteries and crematoria, stadium, swimming pools. 3.2.6b Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority:- Open air theaters, recreational clubs, canteens ancillary to above permissible uses, libraries, aquarium, planetarium, museum, Balabhavan, art gallery, horticultural/nursery, swimming pools, milk booths, HOPCOM Centres. The area of such use shall not exceed 5% of the total area and shall not be more than ground plus one floor in any case.

3.2.7 TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION ZONE: 3.2.7a Uses that are permissible: - Railway lines, railway yards, railway stations, railway workshops and shunting, roads, road transport depot, bus stations and bus shelter in road margin, parking areas including MLCP, truck terminals, weigh bridges, dock yards, jetties, piers, airports and air stations, post offices, telegraph offices, telephones and telephone exchanges, television telecasting and radio broadcasting stations, microwave towers and stations and offices in their own premises and residential quarters for watch and ward, filling stations. 3.2.7b Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: - Shops, canteens, restaurants, banks, clubs, godowns and indoor recreational uses in their own premises as an ancillary to the respective institutions not exceeding 5% of the total area, dwellings required for proper maintenance and functioning of the transport and communication uses in the zone not exceeding 10% of the total area.

3.2.8 AGRICULTURAL ZONE: 3.2.8a. Uses that are Permissible: - Agriculture, horticulture, children’s play land inclusive of amusement theme parks such as Disneyland type, toy trains farm houses and and their accessory buildings and uses not exceeding 200.0 M2 of built up area in a plot area exceeding 0.5 hectares and above only, quarrying, removal of clay upto 3.0 M depth, gardens, orchards, nurseries, brick kilns, highway amenities viz., filling stations, weigh bridges, vehicle parking and terminals and check posts, abutting national and state highways, sugarcane crushes (seasonal), rice mills, dairy and poultry farming, milk chilling centres, sugar mill, jaggery mills, decorticators and any ancillary activities to agriculture not transgressing any pollution norms and only which are suitable to local conditions. 3.2.8b. Uses that are permissible under special circumstances by the Authority: - Parks and open spaces, public and semi-public recreational uses not conducted for profit, cold storage, processing & sale of farm products on the property where they produce, places of worship, hospitals, libraries, sports clubs & stadiums, playgrounds, water sports, golf centres, cultural buildings, exhibition centres, graveyards/burial grounds, schools, Ashraya houses for economically weaker section, rehabilitated schemes of government, institutions relating to agriculture- like research centres, educational institutions, residential schools, colleges, technical institutions with hostels with enough land for play grounds, resorts and other tourism 100

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development projects subjected to a maximum ground coverage of 20% and limiting the number of floors to ground floor plus first floor only, truck terminal provided if the land is abutting National Highway/State Highway, helipads, agricultural supplies, orphanages and old age homes, residential building not exceeding 150.0 M2 inclusive of ground & first floor only in an agricultural land of minimum extent of 800 M2 (25 cents) with non-agricultural conversion permitted only for 200.0 M2 (5 cents) since there are no gramatanas in this region. For such portion of permissible land, minimum means of access shall not be less than 3.5 M which shall be in the owners land and it is excluded from non-agricultural conversion area. This access shall be private access (owners) and this means of access shall not be utilised for further subdivision/conversion of other portion of land or adjacent agricultural land. Number of floors to be restricted to ground plus one only.

GENERAL NOTE: 1) Before permitting any uses permissible under special circumstances, the authority shall publish the proposals calling for public objections in at least two leading local daily news papers giving stipulated time of fifteen days. The objections received within the stipulated period shall be placed before the authority and the reasons for accepting/rejecting the objections shall be recorded in the proceedings based on which the authority may take appropriate decision. 2) Power generators using any type of fuel with proper acoustic enclosures as substitute to power supplied by MESCOM may be permitted in any zone after obtaining NOC from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board. 3) Highway facilities include the activities specified in Government circular No.NaAaE:16:BemRuPra:2004, Dt. 20-12-2004.

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Description Bread and bakeries Confectionery, candies and sweets Biscuit making Ice cream Cold storage (small scale) Aerated water and fruit beverages Flour mills with 5 HP in residential zone and 10 HP in retail business zone Automobile two wheelers and cycle servicing and repairs Furniture (wooden and steel) Printing, book binding, embossing, etc. Laundry, dry cleaning and dyeing facilities General jobs and machine shops Household utensil repair, welding, soldering, patching and polishing (kalai) Photograph, printing (including sign board printing) Vulcanizing Tailoring Handlooms (small scale) Velvet embroidery shops Art weavers and silk screen printing and batik work Jewelry, gold ornaments and silver wares Mirrors and photo frames Umbrella assembly Bamboo and cane products Sports goods and its repair shops Musical instruments repair shops Optical lens grinding, watch and pen repairing Radio, T.V., Mobile phones, Air Conditioner, Fridge, repair shops Rubber stamps Card board box and paper products including paper (manual only) Cotton and silk printing Webbing (narrow, fabrics, embroidery, lace manufacturing) Ivory, wood carving and small stone carving Coffee curing units Candles and wax products Household kitchen appliances Washing soaps small scale only Fruit canning and preservation Electric lamp fitting 102

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Description Bread and bakeries Confectionery, candies and sweets Biscuit making Ice, ice cream Cold storage Aerated water and fruit beverages Flour mills with power up to 20HP Hats, caps, turbans including garments Hosiery including knitted garments Gold and silver thread Shoe lace making Toy making (earthen paper, wooden plastic metal and tin) Cotton and silk cordage’s, twine thread and thread ball making Velvet embroidered shoes Art wares and silk screen printing and batik works Jewelry, gold ornaments and silver wares Wood and stone carving Electroplating, mica plating, engraving Photographs, printing (including sign board and printing) Stone carving Mirrors and photo frames Umbrella assembly Bamboo and cane products Sports goods Card board box and paper products including paper Stationery items including educational and school drawing instruments Furniture making (wooden and steel) Musical instruments Printing, book binding, embossing, photograph, etc. Optical lens grinding watch and pen repairing Steel wire products Sheet metal works Metal polishing Laboratory porcelain wares Radio, T.V., Mobile phones, Air Conditioner, Fridge, assembly parts (small scale) Electric lamps, fittings, shades, fixtures, etc. Automobiles, scooters, cycle service and repair workshop Laundry and dry cleaners General jobbing machine 104

& polishing (kalai) Vulcanizing and tyre retreading Cement products Chalk. computer and software Industries 105 . sanitary and toilet) Shoe making and repairing Leather goods Black smithy Household utensils. welding. torches and flash lights Aluminium wires.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 Iron foundries (only when related to other industries using electricity) Biscuit making Brushes (household. cake and pastry moulds Padlocks and pressed locks Rope making (vegetable fiber) Mathematical instruments Builder’s hard wares Tin products Optical frames Button clips Wax polishing Upholstery springs and other springs Precision instrument of all kinds Safety pins Screws. nuts. bolts. plastic jugs and fixtures metal embossing Oil stoves and pressure lamps Paper mill (small scale) hand made Washing soaps Hand tools Electric. soldering. crayon artist’s colour Tobacco products (cigarettes and beedies) Cosmetics and hair oils Cutlery Cycle parts and accessories Door and window fittings Drugs and medicines Lantern. gears Conduit pipes fabrication (not exceeding 2” diameter) Buckets and metal containers. chains. repair. patching. pulleys.

STD/Mobile sets 6 Electrical instruments (including transistors) 7 Calculating machines (small machines only) 8 Copper wired and utensils 9 Sewing machines 10 Sanitary fittings (excluding sanitary wares) 11 Electrical appliances (room heaters. cooking ranges. and (f) general nuisance. Air Conditioner. fractional HP motors. wherever necessary. small containers 3 Scientific.V. (b) Vibration and sound pollution. (c) dust. etc. iron and room air coolers. small transformers. (Under special circumstances) Sl. 1 Small domestic appliances and gadgets (room heaters. suit cases. etc. water heaters.) 2 Manufacturing of trunks and metal boxes. (d) odour. 2. (e) effluent. photographic equipments 5 Typewriters. (a) air. electric fans. 106 . 12 Electrical fans and industries permitted in light industrial zone. Industry permitted is subject to performance characteristics viz. Service industries permissible in residential zone are permissible in industrial zone also. educational and industrial precision instruments. Radios. 3.) computers and electric goods. iron lamps. hot plates.’s.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore SCHEDULE .III Illustrative list of industries that are permissible in industrial zone. T. coolers. Note: 1. No Objection Certificate from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board should be obtained. Fridges. 4 Clocks and watches. Description No. water and noise pollution.

107 .1 Front and rear setback is essentially of roads with reference to depth of the site and shall be provided in the owner’s plot. No.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Sl. 9 b) H. However. SET BACKS 4.0 terminals Social clubs and amenities 12 Multi storey car parking.M.0 Game centres. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 TABLE – 1 Space standards for various buildings / uses Existing Common to all permissible zones Min.V. cold storage 12 Primary school 7.5 Middle school 9.5 M from the road widening line. i Front setback should be provided beyond the width required to be provided for the road widening as mentioned in the Master Plan.0 residential schools College & higher educational institutions 9. such projection should in any case not be beyond 0. However. ii Front setback line shall be considered as the building line beyond which no portion of the building should be projected. cantilever porches and steps to ground floor entry may be permitted depending upon the site condition. integrated 9. road width (M) Kalyana Mantaps 12. 12 Minimum size of plot (M2) 2000 4000 1000 2000 600 2000 5000 3000 750 1000 1000 500 1000 300 1000 2000 500 2000 8000 2000 400 750 4. truck 15.0 Petrol pumps / Fuel stations 12 Hotels and lodges 12 Service Apartments 12 LPG storages 9 Places of congregation 12 Public libraries 9 Conference 15 Community hall 12 Nursing homes / polyclinics 12 Star hotels (up to 3 star) 12 Star hotels (above 3 star) 15 R & D lab 15 Automobile workshop: a) 2 wheeler & L.0 High school with play ground.V.M. convention centres. either below the ground or above the ground except for balcony projections mentioned in the rules herein.

0 M with reference to the proposed Road width mentioned in the Master Plan. vii In case of site facing roads both in front and rear. however coverage shall be limited to the net area of the plot after deducting the road widening portion. iv In case of irregular plots the setbacks are to be calculated according to the depth or width at the point where the depths or widths are varying and average setbacks shall not be considered in such cases. ix Toilets with minimum of 1. if a new horizontal alignment of the road is fixed by the Authority.5 M is left on the right side. viii Open staircase may be permitted in the side setbacks.5 M. both the sides facing the road shall be treated as front side and regulations applied accordingly. 108 . the center of such new alignment shall be considered as the center of the road. at the time of applying for Commencement Certificate/licence but FAR shall be permitted for the original sital area. iii Setbacks should be provided in the owner’s plot. x When minimum set back of 1.D. xii Table – 3 shall be referred for buildings which are more than 10.0 M in height to fix the setbacks. but there shall be a minimum open space of 0. However. Public open space or conservancy lanes adjoining the plot should not be considered as setbacks.4 percent of the plot area may be permissible in rear set back only.5 M and not exceeding 1. The portion of the plot required for road widening has to be surrendered free of cost to the authority by executing a relinquishment deed. T. xi Table – 2 shall be referred for Front. a scooter garage may be permitted on this right set back at the back side limiting the depth of the garage to 2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Such projections into the front setback area shall be permitted only after the owner gives his/her/their no objection to remove / demolish such projection in the event of any future road widening requirement.0 M x 1. v Center of the existing road shall be generally considered as the center of the road.R.0 M from the front and rear boundary of the site.50 M from the site boundary to the proposed staircase and 1. Rear and Side setbacks of building whose height is up to 10. vi In the case of corner sites. both the sides facing roads should be treated as front and other two sides not facing the roads should be treated as right the setbacks be applied accordingly. for the portion of plot surrendered shall be applicable as per the provisions of the Act / Rules.

TABLE – 3 Exterior open spaces/set backs for all types of buildings above 10 M in height except industrial buildings Sl.0 9. Rear and Side setbacks for all types of buildings upto 10 M height except industrial buildings Sl.0 9.0 M 18. 4.0 6. 3.5 M 4.0 6.0 M The Rear and Side setbacks shall be 10% of the depth and width of the plots respectively.0 M Minimum Front setbacks 1.0 8.0 M 12.5 M 12. 6.0 14.5 M 5. 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Height of Buildings (M) Above 10 upto 12 Above 12 upto 15 Above 15 upto 18 Above 18 upto 21 Above 21 upto 24 Above 24 upto 27 Above 27 upto 30 Above 30 upto 35 Above 35 upto 40 Above 40 upto 45 Above 45 upto 50 Above 50 upto 55 Above 55 Minimum exterior open spaces/set backs to be left on Front (M) Rear and Sides (M) 4.0 7.5 M 9.5 M 9. 7. Proposed Road width Up to 6.0 M 2.0 10.75 M 6.0 8.5 M 2.0 8.0 M 3.0 5.0 12.0 6.5 M 19.0 5.0 9.0 4.0 5.0 M Building line from center of road 4. 2.5 M 3.0 M 7.0 11.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE – 2 Minimum Front.0 7.0 16. No. No.0 109 .0 7. 1.0 4.5 M 15.0 6.0 10.5 M 3.0 13.0 M 30.0 M 24.

4. h) Swimming pool outside the plinth of the building but open to sky. for calculating the height limitation prescribed in the vicinity of Aerodromes.5 M from the driveway ground level. j) Open well & bore wells.C.0 M minimum setback from the boundary with the height of such construction not more than 7. 3) Height Exemption for the Structure on Roof: Water tanks and their supports. 110 .C limits are surveyed and widening of roads is proposed for widths of 9 M and above in the Master Plan. the existing width shall be measured and if that width falls in between the road width in Table – 2. f) Solid waste drying yard outside the plinth of the building but open to sky.1 The following constructions shall be permitted within the set back area after providing a clear driveway of 6.2 Constructions permitted within the set back area: 4. Wherever road widening is not proposed in the Master Plan or by the local body. c) Watch man’s cubicle not more than 3. Hence the front setbacks are proposed in accordance with the proposed road width. open well and bore well provision made at or below the ground level. i) Transformer / power substation (no setback from the boundary is required if permissible under the rules of MESCOM).Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Note:1) All the roads within M. b) Generator outside the plinth of the building with outdoor acoustic enclosure. d) Sump tanks outside the plinth of the building below the ground level.0 M2 and fire control room (maximum 4M x 4M) outside the plinth of the building (no setback from the boundary). g) Children’s play area outside the plinth of the building.2. However. structures for air conditioning cooling towers. 2) For more than one building on a given site. the setbacks and building lines corresponding to the road width mentioned in Table – 2 immediately higher to the existing road width shall be considered. a) Pump room outside the plinth of the building. e) Sewerage Treatment Plant outside the plinth of the building and below ground level. the overall height of the building including that of the above details shall be considered. the distance between two buildings shall be half the height of the taller building if the height of both the buildings are upto 10 M and the distance between two buildings shall be one third the height of the taller building if the height of any one or both the buildings are above 10 M subject to a minimum distance of 5 M. lifts rooms. parapet walls and other architectural features shall not be included in the height of the building.0 M width around the building and 2. chimneys. No setback restriction shall be made for sump tank. roof structures like staircase room.

3. 4. For buildings other than high rise. b.C. 4.0 M. However such upper floors shall not be permitted if the existing building is projecting into the proposed road widening limit as prescribed in the Master Plan unless such projections into the proposed road widening limit is demolished. Further making use of this provision any existing building is likely to become a high rise building. ramps for vehicular movement around the building upto a width of 6 M may be permitted to be constructed within the side and rear setback if the natural ground is sloping and the vehicular entry to the parking areas within the building is not possible without the construction of such ramps. If the construction of a building has not commenced at the time of coming into force of these regulations. 4. then it should satisfy the set back and parking requirements for high rise buildings. 4.7 A cantilever portico of 3. Portico shall be permitted on not more than two sides of the building. 111 .3.0 M in height may be permitted provided no openings are provided towards neighboring buildings and at least one opening for light and ventilation is provided towards the owner’s property. the set-backs shall be applied as if they are on single common site.6 In case of more than one building. The portico when allowed shall have a clear open space of one meter from the boundary of the property and incase of high rise buildings.3.0 M length (maximum) may be permitted in the ground floor within the side set back. The setbacks for such upper floors should be as prescribed in this Zonal Regulations. c and g may be permitted touching the building with 1. such construction shall commence only after getting fresh sanction under these regulations. proposed on a single site. 4. even though sanctioning for construction was availed under any previous provisions of the Zoning Regulations. upper floors may be permitted to utilise the prescribed FAR according to these regulations by providing the required setbacks of these regulations at the level of construction of the upper floors and also subject to the production of structural stability certificate.2 In case of buildings sanctioned prior to coming into force of these regulations. 4.4 Only authorized buildings constructed / commenced construction prior to coming into force of these regulations shall be treated as existing buildings.1 No side setbacks shall be insisted upon only in the case of reconstruction of existing building where traditional row housing type of development exists. 4. items a.3. such portico should have a minimum clear height of 5. However such buildings should satisfy the car parking requirements.3 Such upper floors shall be permitted over the existing building to the extent of FAR prescribed in the Zonal Regulations after deducting the FAR utilised in the existing lower floors.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore k) R.0 M and a vehicle passage width of 6.3.0 M width (maximum) and 6.3.C. No access is permitted to the top of the portico for using it as a sit out.0 M setback from the boundary.3. One upper floor not exceeding 3.3 The following shall be considered while enforcing the setbacks of all types of building: 4.5 For garages no side or rear setbacks are to be insisted.

9 If more than 25% of the depth of the property is required to be surrendered for road widening. then the side of the other area shall also be treated as intensively populated area (‘A’ area) upto one property depth.3. 5. No balcony is allowed at the ground floor level into the prescribed setbacks. 5.2 A map drawn to scale showing the details of A.1 M in the first floor and 1.0M setback. 4. 5. B & C areas for the purpose of regulating residential.11 Every open space provided either interior or exterior shall be kept free from any erection thereon and shall be open to the sky and no cornice roof or weather shade more than 0.3 shall be required for independent MLCP or MLCP attached to any building subject to a minimum of 6 M in case of high rise buildings. 112 . B and C areas is made available in the office of Mangalore Urban Development Authority and also appended to the Master plan. 4. Cantilever projection of the balcony shall be permitted not exceeding 1/3 of the setback subject to a maximum of 1. FLOOR AREA RATIO: 5.3.75 M wide or 1/3 of open space whichever is less shall over hang or project over the said open space. then FAR for such sites shall be considered corresponding to the lower road width mentioned in the table.3.75 M in and above the second floor. 5.8 The projection of the balcony shall be measured perpendicular to the building up to the outermost edge of the balcony.3. two or more roads of different widths.1 The Local Planning Area is divided as A. industrial and other buildings.6 When sites do not face roads of required width noted against the size of the site in the respective table. reduction in the rear side set back of 50% shall be allowed only for buildings other than high-rise subject to a minimum of 1.3 When two sides of the same road are included in two different areas like A and B or A and C. commercial. 4.4 When two sides of the same road are included in two different areas like B and C. 5. 5.6 If a site abuts. then the other area classification shall also be treated as moderately developed area (‘B’ area) upto one property depth.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 4.10 Only 50% of the rear and side setback provided in Table – 2 or Table . If the existing road width falls between two road widths mentioned in the tables.5 The floor area ratio (FAR) shall be with reference to the combination of existing and proposed road widths mentioned in the relevant tables. 5. then the FAR of the building shall be regulated according to the width of the wider road. then the FAR shall be considered according to the corresponding widths of roads facing the site.

9 In case of roads with varying widths. shall be calculated on permissible floor area @ 50% of the land cost. shall be allowed only if in addition 50% of the Premium F.R.R. 5. e.A.800 / M2 Premium F. is claimed.8.R. is claimed as T.8 In case of roads having service roads in addition to the main roads the width of road shall be aggregate width of service roads and main roads for determining F. – 2.R. 5. Extent of land – 2000 M2 Permissible F.5 Therefore Premium Floor Area – 1000 M2 Therefore 50% cost for premium Floor area of 1000 M2 =1000 x 800= Rs.D. Permissible F. e.1600 / M2 5000 50% of land cost = Rs. claimed – 0.50 Compulsory T. – 2.R.g.4000 / M2 Cost of land / M2 x Total extent of land Cost / M2 of permissible floor area = -----------------------------------------------Total permissible Floor Area 4000 x 2000 = ---------------. claimed – 0.R.A. – 2. to be claimed – 0.A.R.5 x 2000 = 5000 M2 Cost of land (Assumed) – Rs.11 Premium F.A.R.A.00.R.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 5.7 When a site faces wider road than the one prescribed against the area of the site.10 Premium F.R.A. the existing road width shall be the average width considered by taking measurements upto 100 m from the edge of the property or upto the end of the road whichever is lower.A.R. 5.A.R.5 Therefore Permissible Floor Area – 2.00 Premium F.000. and height of the building. Land cost shall be the current market value fixed under the Karnataka Stamp Act.= Rs.00 113 .75 ------ 5.A.A.25 -----Total F.g.D. Such road should lead to another road having minimum road width for which F. the FAR and number of floors shall be restricted only to the limit prescribed for the area of that particular site.

5 0. 3.2 0.6 5. No.A.3 0. Total extent after amalgamating plots 8000 M2 and above 12000 M2 and above 20000 M and above 2 Additional F.12 Additional F. for road widths of 18 m 24 m 30 m 0. TABLE – 4 Sl. 2. by amalgamating 2 or more plots shall be provided as mentioned in Table – 4. as mentioned in Table – 4 shall be considered for amalgamated properties belonging to different owners only.R.A.R.4 0.R.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 5.A.13 Additional F.4 0. 1. 114 .5 0.4 0.3 0.

25 9 2.25 2.25 <6 1.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE – 5 Maximum Plot Coverage and Floor Area Ratio for Residential buildings of different site areas CLASSIFI CATION OF AREAS Plot Size (M2) (1) Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.25 2.25 2.50 0.50 <6 1.75 0.25 0.25 2. the amount to be paid to avail premium FAR shall be collected while providing premium FAR and such amount shall be used exclusively for the widening of the particular road and the road widening work shall be completed before the completion of the construction of the said building.000 Over 1.25 <6 1.50 3.75 12 2.50 0. 4) The proposed road width for any road may be considered for FAR if at least the required carriageway for the proposed road width is developed and the right of way of proposed road is cleared.50 9 2.50 9 2.25 2.00 9 2.000 upto 2000 Over 2.75 --1. Proposed road width shall be as in the Master Plan or as proposed by the local body.25 0.00 12 3.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 upto 10000 Over 10000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.50 <6 1.25 0.75 9 2.50 <6 2.000 upto 2000 Over 2.00 6 2.50 9 2.50 2.25 --1.00 0.00 0.25 3.25 --1.50 --1.00 0.75 6 2.00 --2.50 --1.50 0. 2) The minimum road width criteria should be a combination of existing and proposed road width in Table – 5.25 3.25 0.75 9 2.25 9 2.25 <6 1.75 3.000 Over 1.25 --1.00 12 2.50 --1.75 3.50 6 1.75 0.00 12 2.50 0.25 12 As per development plan (Table – 18 ) 1.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 upto 10000 Over 10000 Plot Coverage Maximum Permissible FAR Premium FAR Total FAR Minimum Road Width (M) Existing Proposed (2) 70% 65% 60% 55% 55% 50% 50% 50% 70% 65% 55% 55% 50% 50% 50% 50% 65% 60% 55% 50% 50% 50% 50% 45% AREA – C SPARSELY DEVELOPED (3) (4) (5) (6) 1. 115 .000 Over 1.75 0.25 0.000 upto 2000 Over 2.50 3.50 --1.25 12 As per development plan (Table – 18 ) 1.25 2.50 2.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 upto 10000 Over 10000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1. 3) Premium FAR shall be considered only when the Authority or the local body undertakes the road widening and in such an event.25 12 As per development plan (Table – 18 ) (7) 6 6 9 12 12 12 18 18 6 6 9 12 12 12 18 18 6 6 9 12 12 18 18 18 AREA – B MODERATELY DEVELOPED AREA – A INTENSELY DEVELOPED Note: 1) The list of items which are excluded from the computation of FAR is as given in Table – 7.25 2.

50 0.25 --1.00 9 2.000 Over 1.000 upto 2000 Over 2. the amount to be paid to avail premium FAR shall be collected while providing premium FAR and such amount shall be used exclusively for the widening of the particular road and the road widening work shall be completed before the completion of the construction of the said building.75 12 2.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.00 9 2.75 --1.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 (2) 75% 75% 70% 70% 65% 65% 60% 75% 70% 70% 65% 65% 65% 60% 75% 70% 70% 65% 65% 60% 60% (3) 1.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE – 6 Maximum plot coverage and floor area ratio for Commercial buildings of different site areas CLASSIFI CATION OF AREAS Commercial Plot Area (M2) Plot Coverage Maximum Permissible FAR Premium FAR Total FAR Minimum Road Width (M) Existing Proposed (1) Upto 240 AREA – A INTENSELY DEVELOPED Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.50 6 2.25 3.25 18 As per Development Plan (Table – 19 ) Note: 1) The List of items which are excluded from the computation of FAR is as given in Table – 7.25 <6 1.50 3.00 12 2.000 upto 2000 Over 2.000 Over 1.50 (6) <6 <6 (7) 6 9 9 12 18 18 24 6 9 9 12 18 18 24 6 9 12 18 18 24 30 1.00 0.00 12 2.75 12 2.50 0.25 9 2.25 2.25 2.50 --1.75 3. 116 .25 <6 1.75 3.00 0.50 <6 1.75 6 2.50 0.75 0.50 3.50 2.25 0. Proposed road width shall be as in the Master Plan or as proposed by the local body.25 3. 3) Premium FAR shall be considered only when the Authority or the local body undertakes the road widening and in such an event.000 upto 4000 Over 4000 upto 6000 Over 6000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.75 12 2.00 18 3.000 Over 1.25 2.25 0.75 0.50 (4) ----- (5) 1.25 1.25 18 As per Development Plan (Table – 19 ) 1. 2) The minimum road width criteria should be a combination of existing and proposed road width in Table – 6.50 --1.25 --1.00 --2.000 upto 2000 Over 2.50 12 2.75 0.50 --1.25 2.50 0.25 18 As per Development Plan (Table – 19 ) 1.50 6 1. AREA – C SPARSELY DEVELOPED AREA – B MODERATELY DEVELOPED 4) The proposed road width for any road may be considered for FAR if at least the required carriageway for the proposed road width is developed and the right of way of proposed road is cleared.25 1.25 2.25 0.

0 18.0 Over 15. Swimming pools in any floor open to sky.00 Minimum road width (M) Upto 6. 09-08-1995.0 Plot area (M2) Upto 230 231 to 1000 1001 to 2000 2001 to 4000 4001 to 8000 Above 8000 Note: 1) Whenever the minimum plot area is less than the one specified in the particular category.0 Minimum Front setback (M) 1. Ducts. 3.0 24. Parking areas including driveways and ramps. 117 ..0 Over 9.00 15. the Zonal Regulations prescribed for the previous category should be adopted.00 5.50 1. if any.8 Setbacks. 9. 11. 4.00 8.0 30.0 30.75 1.00 4.00 6. Chimneys. Air conditioning plant on terrace.50 1.50 6. Over head tanks.25 1. Dt. 10.0 Over 12. 2) The above norms for industrial buildings are indicated as per the directions of Government in circular No.50 1.25 Minimum Frontage (M) 3.HUD:189:TTP:94. 6.5 M2 area.00 12. coverage. 13.00 3. TABLE . Lift wells and lift machine room. 5. 7.00 8. 8. Sewerage Treatment Plant as specified by KSPCB. Watch man’s cubicle not exceeding 2. 3) Front setbacks have to be provided beyond the proposed road widening line.0 Over 6. Escalators.7 Areas excluded from FAR computation The following constructions are excluded from FAR computation: 1. Garbage shaft.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE .00 Set backs on other sides (M) 1. floor area ratio.0 12.00 5.0 Over 15. Staircase / staircase room. for Industrial buildings Maximum Plot coverage 60% 60% 50% 40% 35% 30% Floor Area Ratio 1. Architectural features which are not usable for living or other purposes. 2. etc. 12.

0 Min.5 1. Road Width (M) Plot Area in M 2 Existing (4) 6 6 9 9 9 12 12 6 6 9 9 12 12 18 6 9 9 12 12 18 18 Proposed (5) 6 9 9 12 12 12 18 6 9 9 12 12 18 24 9 9 12 12 18 24 30 (1) Upto 240 AREA – A INTENSILY DEVELOPED Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1. 4.0 2.25 1.9 Regulations for flatted factories Table showing the minimum plot area.0 2.000 upto 4000 Over 4.R.0 Right – 6. Minimum plot area Maximum Plot coverage F. Front – 8.000 upto 2000 Over 2.000 Note: 1) The List of items which are excluded from the computation of FAR is as given in Table 7. AREA – C SPARSELY DEVELOPED AREA – B MODERATELY DEVELOPED 118 .000 Over 1.75 2.0 Left – 6.75 for road width of above 9 M.000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.0 2.000 upto 2000 Over 2.0 Rear – 6. Minimum setbacks (M) 1000 M2 40% 1.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE . Building height upto 15 M. TABLE – 10 Maximum Plot Coverage and floor area ratio for Public and Semi-public.0 Building height upto 10 M.25 1.5 1.0 1.5 2.75 1.0 2.75 2.25 2. Traffic & Transportation & Public Utilities Maximum Plot Coverage (2) 65% 65% 65% 65% 60% 60% 60% 65% 65% 60% 60% 60% 55% 55% 65% 60% 60% 55% 55% 50% 50% Permissible FAR (3) 1.000 upto 4000 Over 4.000 upto 4000 Over 4. 2.0 2. 3.A. maximum floor area ratio and minimum setbacks permissible for flatted factories.000 Upto 240 Over 240 Upto 500 Over 500 Upto 750 Over 750 Upto 1.000 Over 1.5 For road width of upto 9M.5 2. 1.000 upto 2000 Over 2. Traffic & Transportation & Public Utility buildings of different site areas CLASSIFIC ATION OF AREAS Public and Semi-public.000 Over 1.75 3. 1.25 1.5 1.5 3.

No. (even beyond the 22 Km. 6. structures or installations exceeding the height indicated in 11 should be permitted without N. Proposed road width shall be as in the Master Plan TABLE – 11 Sl.O.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 2) The minimum road width criteria should be a combination of existing and proposed road width in Table – 10. hawk etc. No buildings. 2. no radio masts or similar installation exceeding 152 M in height shall be erected without the permission of the Civil Aviation Authorities. If the property depth is more than the depth proposed as per scale of 119 .1 The proposed land use indicated towards the road side of a property shall be the land use for the entire property (one property depth) without identifying it for different uses by measuring as per the scale of the maps. Limits of distance from the aerodromes reference point measured horizontally to building structure of installations International Civil Other Civil Airports Airports or their alternate and Aerodromes Between 8534 M and 22224 M Between 7315 M and 8534 M Between 6095 M and 7315 M Between 4877 M and 6096 M Between 4267 M and 4877 M Between 3658 M and 4267 M Between 3048 M and 3658 M Between 2438 M and 3048 M Below 2438 M Between 7925 M and 22324 M Between 6706 M and 7925 M Between 5486 M and 6706 M Between 4267 M and 5486 M Between 3658 M and 4267 M Between 3048 M and 3658 M Between 2438 M and 3048 M Between 1829 M and 2438 M Below 1829 M Difference between the elevation of the top of the building structure or installations and elevation of the aerodromes (aerodrome reference point) Less than 152 M Less than 122 M Less than 91 M Less than 61 M Less than 49 M* Less than 37 M* Less than 24 M* Less than 12 M* Nil except with the concurrence of the Civil Aviation Authorities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Note: 1. APPLICATION OF LANDUSE: 6. * Height limits shall be applicable for tree heights. Irrespective of their distance from the aerodrome.. 3. and shall not be permitted within a radius of 10 KM from the aerodrome reference point. limit from the aerodrome reference point). Table - 4.C. from Civil Aviation Authorities. The location of the slaughter houses and other areas of activities like garbage dump which would attract high flying birds like eagles.

convenient entry and exit shall be provided. setbacks. It shall follow National Building Code (NBC) for fire safety measures. 1. 6.0M up to 18. wherever applicable. HIGH RISE BUILDINGS: 7. ventilation and lighting arrangements shall be made.1 Every basement storey shall be at least 2. 7. 6. 3. etc. Coastal Regulation Zone Authority.2 For high rise buildings. In such cases. as per Zonal Regulations. 7. 4. 2.4 High rise residential buildings may be permitted facing a road of existing width of 9 M and proposed for 12 M. 7. 7. the predominant use among them shall be considered as the use of the ground floor.3 In case of prohibited area (i. 120 .Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore the map then the land use indicated towards the road side shall apply for additional 60 M depth of property only. Department of Fire Services.2 Different uses permitted in a given zone may be allowed in different floors of the building.. No Objection Certificates from the following departments have to be furnished by the applicant before obtaining Commencement Certificate/license.e.0M a certificate to the effect that Fire Safety Measures are adopted at the building as per Part-IV of NBC shall be furnished by the concerned Architect / Engineer. where ever applicable. BASEMENT FLOOR: 8.1 The minimum set back all-round for any high rise building shall be as per Table – 3. In the ground floor if there is mixed land use.2 When basement floor is proposed for car parking. The No Objection Certificates have to be obtained as per the conditions stipulated in this Zonal Regulations.3 For buildings with a height of above 10.5 The Department of Fire Services shall give No Objection Certificate for high rise buildings considering the height of the building. 8. road width. 7. 8.. the regulations for the prohibited area zone prevails (refer areas of special control).0 M. National Airports Authority (if the height is more than that prescribed in Table-11) Karnataka State Pollution Control Board/MOEF. the regulations applicable to the use of the ground floor of the building shall apply to the entire building.4 M in height from the floor to the bottom of the roof slab/beam/ceiling (whichever is less) and this height of basement floor shall not exceed 3. 100 M radius around the monument) even if the land use is designated in the proposals. Adequate drainage. All other High rise buildings shall face a road of minimum existing width of 12 M.

provided the minimum set back between the basement and the property boundary is 2. offices. shopping arcade. gym rooms. offices. machine rooms for services and utilities of the building. stores in educational institutions. 121 . subject to reckoning such areas for FAR. indoor games. radiology rooms. the same can be used for health club.7 Allowable uses in basement floor: a) Parking.6 In case of high rise buildings/three star/five star hotel complexes. Canteen. can be used for other purposes incidental to the residential requirement.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 8. home theater. where three sides of such basements are exposed above the contiguous ground level. dining area without kitchen facilities. subject to reckoning such areas for the purposes of FAR. can be used for other purposes incidental to the commercial complex. b) Strong rooms for banks subject to reckoning such areas for FAR. shopping arcade.5 M height. conference hall. medical stores and canteens in government and private hospitals including nursing homes. e) In case of public. basements beyond three may be permitted. semi-public buildings. c) In case of three star hotel and above if extra area is available in the basement after meeting the requirements of parking facilities and other necessary items as provided in Zonal Regulations. conference hall. 8. subject to reckoning such areas for FAR. 8.0 M then the basement may be extended on all sides below the ground level except the side abutting the road. such as restaurants. 8. indoor games. the extra area available in the basement after fulfilling the required parking facilities as per these regulations can be used for: i. physiotherapy. such as health club. massage rooms. d) In case of other commercial buildings. gym rooms. the extra area available in the basement after meeting the requirements of parking facilities. 8. health club. the spare area in the basement after catering the requirements of parking facilities and other necessary items as provided in these regulations/byelaws. X-ray rooms. consulting rooms.4 If a site is measuring less than 250 M2 then basement floor car parking shall not be permitted. government offices of local bodies and other statutory organizations. ii.0 M.3 If the minimum set back is more than 2. f) In case of multi storeyed residential apartments.5 Basement floors upto a maximum of three levels may be permitted for car parking and other utilities/services. Considering the topography of the land in Mangalore. high tech hospitals where mechanical/stacked parking is provided the height of the basement floor may be permitted upto a maximum of 4.

If the length of means of access exceeds 30 M. living areas may be permitted in the portions of the basement floors where three sides are exposed to natural air and ventilation. gym rooms & indoor games subject to reckoning such areas for the purpose of FAR.0 M. However for High rise buildings.e.3 R. whereby two floors can be easily accessible from the road and the level difference between the ground / road and the floors at the point of access is more than 1. If it is more. The slope of the ramp shall commence from 1.50 M and slope of not more than 1 in 8.1 A ramp provided from surface level of the site to the basement floor shall have a minimum width of 3.1 The ground floor shall not be more than 1. 9.2. F. the extra area available after catering to the requirements of parking can be used for home theater.C.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore g) In case of other residential buildings. 10.50 M then both the floors shall be treated as ground floor i. 9.A. then the floor below shall be considered as ground floor. 10.5 M.5 M of the edge of the property line or 1. shall not be of more than 30 M length from the public road or street. if the width of such access is of 3. RAMPS 10. if any. 122 . and height of the building abutting such means of access shall be regulated with reference to the width of such means of access.2 In case of undulated plots / sites or the road abutting the property has sloping vertical alignment. ramps of 6 M wide around the building may be permitted for High rise buildings if required by the Fire Services Department.C. MEANS OF ACCESS: 11.R.1 The means of exclusive access which would be other than through public roads and streets. lower ground and upper ground floor. Note: If the total height of the building from the terrace of the upper most livable floor to the floor of the lower most livable floor is more than 18 M. Ramp or parking is not allowed in the land required for road widening.0 M after the road widening portion. 11.5 M above the average ground level. the F.A. NOC from fire force department shall be obtained. but not more than 1. and height of buildings coming up in such plots shall be regulated according to the width of the public road or street. This provision should be considered at the discretion of the authority on a case to case basis. 10. h) If the plot is on a steep sloping ground. the width of access shall not be less than 6 M.R. GROUND FLOOR: 9.

0 2. 1 a) b) 2 Building use or type Residential building Staircase inside the dwelling unit Common Staircase for multi dwelling building Assembly buildings such as auditorium. STAIRCASES AND PEDESTRIAN RAMPS: 13. TABLE . community hall. STAIRCASES AND PEDESTRIAN RAMPS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF BUILDINGS Sl. private office. No.5 1.2 In exceptional cases. mosque or church and other buildings of public assembly or conference. All other buildings Minimum width of the corridor (M) Nil 1.0 2.5 14.5 2.0 2.0 2. Research Institutions.0 2.0 2. Commercial buildings such as retail shops. within the developed areas at the discretion of the Authority. CORRIDORS.0 M beyond which the setback should be provided. irrespective of the size of the plot may be permitted on narrow lanes where provision for road widening as required under these rules are not possible. Colleges.5 2.0 2. lodges. etc.1 Lift shall have to be provided for buildings with more than ground plus three floors.0 1. temple.25 Minimum Ramp width (M) Nil Nil 2. nursing homes. 12. 13.5 1.13 WIDTH OF CORRIDORS.4 2.0 1. 11.0 1. LIFT: 12. G + 1 floors of one dwelling unit of upto 150 M2. staircases and pedestrian ramps for different buildings or types is as given in Table-13. In such cases the minimum means of access shall be of 3.3 Construction may be permitted on plots abutting roads having less than 6M width provided such roads are proposed to be widened to a minimum width of 6M and the portion of plot required for road widening is surrendered free of cost.0 3 a) b) c) d) e) 2.5 Minimum staircase width (M) 1. religious building. Institutional buildings such as: Government office Government Hospitals Educational Buildings such as Schools. MEZZANINE FLOOR: 123 .1 The minimum width of corridors.0 2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 11.0 1.

temporary toilets shall have to be provided for the use of workers.1.3 Height of the garage and the upper floor. 15.5 No other structures except one lumber room shall be provided in the rear side of the garage.25 M. 15.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 14.1 Height of the garage does not exceed 3. if any.1 A mezzanine floor shall be accessible only from its lower floor and shall be allowed only in non residential buildings between ground and first floor only.5 percent of the total commercial floor area if the total commercial floor area is above 10000 M2 and of minimum 2 percent of the total commercial area if the total commercial area is less than 10000 M2.0 M.1. 124 . Such public toilet shall be of minimum 1.2 During construction of apartments/commercial complex buildings or other public buildings etc.1 In any commercial complex.1.8 Width of the garage should not exceed 4.2 One upper floor not exceeding 3 M in height may be permitted provided at least one opening for light and ventilation is provided towards the owner’s property. 15. GARAGES: 15. one garage may be permitted in the rear right hand corner of the plot without right and rear set backs.1. public toilet blocks shall be provided compulsorily.50 M from the ground level.4 No openings are provided in the garage and its upper floor towards the neighboring buildings.0 M x 1.1 For the buildings up to a height of 10. is limited to 6.1.7 Length of the garage including the lumber room and should not exceed one third of the length of the site or 6. Minimum size of common toilets should be 1. 15.9 In the case of corner plots.6 Depth of the lumber room should not exceed 1. neighbourhood shops and assembly buildings. 15.1. the garage is to be located at the rear corner diagonally opposite to the road intersection. 15. 16.25 M. 16. 15.0 M. TOILETS: 16.1. if the following requirements are fulfilled. 15.0 M from the ground level. 14.1.0 M whichever is less..2 The maximum area utilized as mezzanine floor shall not be more than 1/3 of the ground floor and it shall be included for calculating FAR. 15. 15.1.

TABLE – 14 125 . The minimum width of drive way shall be 3.1 Parking space standards: 18.0 M) and it shall be 25% of the car parking space mentioned in Table . 6. 4. Common corridors. the required land as indicated in the Master Plan for road widening shall be handed over to the local authority free of cost by a relinquishment deed by the owner of the land before sanction is accorded to the plan or as mentioned in T. Electrical room & electric substation.14. rules.75 m 3.0 m 3.5 m 4. 18. 2.5 M X 5 M) and for scooter parking space provided shall not be less than 2.2 Where upper floors are permitted over the existing buildings which are sanctioned prior to the coming into force of these Zonal Regulations which are facing the roads proposed for widening in the Master Plan. 1.0 m 18.3 Areas excluded for computing vehicle parking: The following areas shall not be considered while computing the vehicle parking requirement in addition to the areas excluded from FAR computation mentioned above. Air handling unit and other machinery areas provided within the plinth of the building.5 m 2.0 M away from the proposed line of road widening and the applicant shall surrender the land free of cost and without claiming any compensation from the local authority. Pump room.0 M2 (2. Generator room.R. In case of a plots facing the road proposed for widening or those having building line. 8.D. aisles and such provisions required for adequate monitoring of vehicles shall be exclusive of parking space stipulated. PLOTS FACING THE ROADS PROPOSED FOR WIDENING: 17. Security room/maintenance room/fire control room provided within the plinth of the building.D. 17. 7.R. or as mentioned in T. 5.5 M2 area (2.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 17. the upper floors shall be limited at least 1. off-street parking spaces for vehicles shall be provided as stipulated in Table – 14.1.5 M.1. 18. PARKING REQUIREMENTS: 18.0 M x 1.1.5 m Width of parking bay 2. 3. Public toilets in commercial and public buildings.1.1 Each off-street parking spaces (parking bay) provided for motor vehicles shall not be less than 12. rules.2 For building of different occupancies. The width of driveway with entry to parking bays shall be: Width of driveway 4.

50 M2 floor area or fraction thereof 100 M2 floor area or fraction thereof plus one lorry parking (3.A. 1/2 tenement exceeding 175 M2 4 rooms or 50 M2 of floor area. parking area shall be exempted from the calculation of F. Additional one loading/unloading bay (3. 2) No parking space shall be insisted upon in the intensively built up area upto 150 M2 of floor space. No 1 Occupancy Minimum one car parking space of 2. elevator. escalator to the upper floor or terrace shall not be provided in the set back area and ramps to be within the plinth area of the building and shall be exempt from FAR calculation. 15 seats subject to minimum of 20 car parks or 50 M2 of floor area.5 M x 7. 3) Parking provision for building on stilts: a) Parking provided on the ground floor for the building on stilts. 75 M2 floor area or fraction thereof.5 M x 5. tourist homes.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Off-street parking spaces Sl. 100 M2 floor area or fraction thereof. 50 M2 of floor area. c) When stilt parking is provided. 150 M2 floor area or fraction thereof. whichever is more. the height shall be considered for calculating the total height of the building. 10 rooms or 100 M2 of floor area whichever is more Residential: Multi-family residential 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 Lodging establishments. 4) Access ramps.5 M) 150 M2 up to 600 M2 floor area and every 200 M2 thereafter or fraction thereof. hotels Educational Hospital Nursing homes Assembly/Auditorium Banks and other Retail business Industrial Storage/Wholesale Business 10 11 12 13 Community Hall / Kalyana Mantapa Office building (Government or Private) including IT & BT Restaurant serving food and beverage (excluding toilet areas) Hostels Note: 1) In case of multistoried residential apartment buildings. 50 M2 of floor area. b) All sides of the stilt parking shall be open if it is enclosed the area will be taken for FAR.R. additional 10% of the required car parking space shall have to be provided extra for visitors / guest parking within the plot.5 M x 7.5 M) for every 1000 M2 50 M2 of floor area or fraction thereof.0 M for every 2 tenements each are having a floor area of less than 75 M2 1 tenement exceeding 75 to 175 M2 floor area. whichever is more. 126 .

It was built during the regime of Tippu Sultan who took over the control of the city during 18th Century. 19. What is required is avoiding of undesirable land uses. in order to preserve aesthetic environs around these monuments it is necessary to declare the areas surrounding these monuments as zones of special control and impose the following special regulations around these monuments. 19. architectural features etc.. DEVELOPMENT CONTROL WITH IN 500 M OF HIGH TIDE LINE IN THE SEASHORE: 20. care has to be taken to see that their aesthetic environs are not affected. 20. As they attract tourists both from inside and outside the country.5 Hence. Keeping this in view.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 19. height of buildings. Prohibition of developmental activities of any kind has caused considerable problems to State Governments as there are existing developed areas within the stretch of 500 M. and construction of tall structures. the Government of India has proposed Coastal Regulations Zone and to impose restrictions on developmental activities. not many monuments or areas of special interest are noticed except two historical monuments which warrant preservation. AREAS OF SPECIAL CONTROL: 19. 20.0 M in height. so as to preserve their historical and architectural importance. These three monuments attract most of the tourists and others coming to the city invariably. HUD 350 TTP 87 dated 12-08-87 has issued instructions not to permit any structure within the radius of 100 M.2 Keeping this in view and ensuring that the use and activities in the coastal areas are consistent with principles and requirements of environment conservation.R.. These two monuments are not more than 6. While permitting developments around historical monuments.1 The Government of India earlier issued instructions to all state governments to prohibit development activities within 500 M of coastal stretches of High Tide Line.1 The historical monuments in any city reflect the past glory of the city. which is also a historical monument. It is felt necessary to preserve them with utmost sanctity and good environment. The control areas of 100 M radius is shown in the general zoning of land use map. The regulations have been framed under Section 3 of the Environment (Protection) 127 . The 2nd monument is “Tippu Fort” facing Gurupur river and the Arabian Sea near Sultan Batheri in Bolur.4 The third is a Jain basidi in Mulki area. This has been declared as protected monument. F. But it may be difficult to prohibit development completely as they are situated in the midst of already developed area. One is “Mangaladevi Temple” the goddess of luck.3 In Mangalore. the Government of Karnataka in Circular No. It is believed that the city derives its name from this temple. 19. This has been done after considering the need for protecting the coastal areas and beaches from environmental degradation.A. It is situated in Jeppu.2 In the Karnataka Town & Country Planning Act 1961 under Section 12(1) (d) provides for declaring certain areas as areas of special control and framing of regulations to control development in such areas in regard to building line. the Mangalore Urban Development Authority has proposed to permit only buildings with not more than two floors (Ground plus First) within a radius of 100 M from the boundary of these monuments. 19.

1 To ensure compliance with these regulations and directions given in the sanctioned plan and other conditions. For lakes minimum of 30 M buffer is to be left. 22.3 These regulations among other things permit developments in the area already developed/partly developed with certain restrictions and subject to land use and other regulations framed under the Town & Country Planning Act prevailing in the State.2 6. namely: 22. 21. SECURITY DEPOSIT: 22.0 1 2 3 4 5 L.8 2.T.5 4. before issue of Commencement Certificate/technical opinion.5 5. 20.5 4.T. Line H.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Act. of high tide line of sea and within the stretch of 100 M of high tide line of rivers.2 Electric line corridor width (M) 4. SOLAR WATER HEATER REQUIREMENTS: TABLE .T. it is proposed to insist No Objection Certificate from C. Authorities established in Mangalore.1a. line of 220 KV 22.2 Horizontal distance from the edge of the electrical line (M) 1.8 1.R. 23.0 35.5 3. DISTANCE OF BUILDING FROM ELECTRICAL LINES: Vertical clear (M) 3.4 Hence for the developments within the stretch of 500 M.T. 22.Z. line of 110 KV H.0 22. line of 11 KV H.5 7.2 4. line of 33 KV H. The security deposit shall also be adjusted towards any penalty or charges levied by Mangalore City Corporation on the building during the course of construction.1b Commercial buildings.5 4.50 per M2 of floor area as refundable interest free security and earnest deposit for the following categories of buildings.2 The security deposit shall be refunded at the time of issuing the Occupancy Certificate.15 Solar lighting and water heater requirements 128 .T. Residential building or residential apartment with four dwelling units and more. 1986 and are published in the Gazette of India-Extra ordinary dated 27-07-1990 inviting public comments. the applicant shall deposit a sum at the rate of Rs. 20. If the construction is not as per approved plan this deposit amount would be forfeited.

24. FACILITIES FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS: 25. drive ways. 24. Solar photovoltaic lighting systems shall be installed in multi unit residential buildings (with more than five units) for lighting the set back areas. 25. community hall and convention 30 M2 of floor area hall (with dining hall and kitchen) Recreational clubs 100 M2 of floor area Residential buildings: a) Single dwelling unit measuring 200 M2 of floor area or site area of more than 400 M2 whichever is more. No. and internal corridors. SAFETY MEASURES AGAINST EARTHQUAKE. 129 . making the buildings resistant to earthquake. The supervision certificate and the completion certificate of every such building shall contain a certificate recorded by the registered engineer / architect that the norms of the National Building Code and IS No. IS 1893-2002 published by the Bureau of Indian Standards.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Sl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Type of use 100 liters per day shall be provided for every unit 9 Restaurants service food and drinks with seating / 40 M2 of seating or serving area serving area of more than 100 M2 and above. Lodging establishments and tourist homes 3 rooms Hostel and guest houses 6 beds / persons capacity Industrial canteens 50 workers Nursing homes and hospitals 4 beds Kalyana mantapa.1 High-rise buildings shall be designed and constructed adopting the norms prescribed in the “criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures” bearing No. b) 500 liters per day for multi dwelling unit/apartments for every 5 units and multiples thereof.1893-2002 have been followed in the design and construction of buildings for making the buildings resistant to earthquake considering Mangalore in Zone-III.1 Public and semi-public buildings above 300 M2 and commercial buildings above 5000 M2 shall be designed and constructed to provide facilities to the physically handicapped persons as prescribed in the Schedule – IV of these Zonal Regulations.

and those with pulmonary land cardiac ills may be sent ambulatory. Surface parking: At least two car spaces shall be provided at surface level near entrance with maximum travel distance of 30.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore SCHEDULE – IV Regulations for physically handicapped persons 1. Size of treads shall not be less than 0.00 M from the building entrance. 9.50 M. The standard size of wheel chairs shall be taken as 1. 3. confine individuals to wheelchairs. Lift: . These Regulations shall apply to the physically handicapped persons having the following disabilities.a) Non-ambulatory disabilities: Impairments that regardless of cause or manifestation. for all practical purposes. 7. spastics. 4. d) Sight disabilities: Total blindness or impairments affecting sight to the extent that the individual functioning in public areas is insecure or exposed to danger. 2. c) Hearing disabilities: Deafness or hearing handicaps that make an individual insecure in public areas because he is unable to communicate or hear warning signals. arthritics. amputees. b) Semi-ambulatory disabilities: Impairments that cause individuals to walk difficulty or insecurity.75M the doors shall have a minimum width of 0.Lift shall have to be provided for buildings with more than ground plus three floors. The ramp shall have a minimum width of 1. Approval to plinth level: At least one entrance shall have approach through a ramp. Entrance landing: Entrance landing shall be provided adjacent to ramp with the minimum dimension of 1. 130 . 5. Staircase: . It shall not have a gradient exceeding 5%.80 M 8. 6. Access path / walk way: The width of access path / walk way from plot entry and surface parking to the building entry shall not be less than 1.15 M.80 M.3 M and the height of risers shall not be more than 0. The minimum number of risers on a flight shall be limited to 12. Individuals using braces or crutches. Corridors: The minimum width of corridors shall be 1.00 M.80 M with maximum gradient of 1:10.05 M x 0.9 M to facilitate the free movement of wheel chairs.The minimum width of staircases shall be 1. Space for wheel chair users: Adequate space shall be kept for the free movement of wheel chairs.80 M x 2.

At the location abruptly changing in level and at the beginning / end of ramp. This floor material shall be provided in the following areas. 12. where as visual signals shall benefit those with hearing disabilities. The landing lobby towards the information board. 13.80 M above the floor level.50 M above the floor. Toilets: . If the building is meant for the predominant use of children. 131 . the height of hand rails may be suitably altered. For visually impaired persons. Hand rails: Hand rails shall be provided for ramps.C. The material with different texture shall give audible signals with sensory warning when person moves on this surface with walking stick. To ensure safe walking there should not be any protruding sign. Visually impaired persons make use of other senses such as hearing and touch to compensate for the lack of vision.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 10. lifts and toilets. At the beginning / end of walkway where there is vehicular traffic. lifts. b) The maximum height of the W. The height of hand rails shall be normally 0. The symbols / illustrations should be in contrasting colour and properly illuminated so that with limited vision one may be able to differentiate amongst primary colours. Proper signage (only for public & semipublic buildings): Appropriate identification of specific facilities within a building for the handicapped persons should be done with proper signage. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The access path to the building and to the parking area. The guiding / warning floor material is meant to give the directional effect or warn a person at critical places. information board in Braille should be installed on the wall at a suitable height and it should be possible to approach them closely. set shall be 0. staircases. which creates obstruction in walking. staircase and toilets. At the entrance / exit of the building. Guiding / Warning floor material: The floor material to guide or to warn the visually impaired persons with a change of colour or material with conspicuously different texture and easily distinguishable from the rest of the surrounding floor materials is called guiding or warning floor material. Signs should be designed and located such that they are easily legible by using suitable letter size (not less than 20 mm size).One special water closet in a set of toilets shall be provided for the use of handicapped persons with wash basin keeping in view the following provisions: a) The minimum size of toilet shall be 1.50 M x 1.75 M. reception. 11.

2 The owner of every building shall ensure that the rain water harvesting structure is maintained in good repaid for storage of water for non potable purposes or recharge of ground water at all times.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 26.1 Every building with a plinth area of exceeding 100 M2 and built on a site measuring not less than 200 M2 shall have one or more rain water harvesting structures having a minimum total capacity as detailed in Schedule – V. 26. Provided that the authority may approve the rain water harvesting structures of specifications different from those in Schedule – V. subject to the minimum capacity of rain water harvesting is being ensured in each case. 132 . RAIN WATER HARVESTING: 26.

The projection of the wall above ground shall at least be 0. gardening and such other purposes. The following systems may be adopted for harvesting the rain water drawn from terrace and the paved surface. 133 i) ii) iii) iv) v) . 20 mm stone aggregate as lower middle layer up to 20% of the depth. Terrace water shall be channeled to pits or trenches.2 M length x 2. The filtered rain water may be channeled to the refilled pit for recharging the bore well. etc. washing. 40 mm stone aggregate as bottom layer up to 50% of the depth. The storage tanks shall be provided with an overflow. The depth of wall below ground shall be such that the wall prevents lose soil entering into pits/trenches. 1. (c) An impervious storage tank of required capacity may be constructed in the setback or other space and the rain water may be channeled to the storage tank.2 M width x 1.6 M width x 2.0 M diameter and 6. Course sand as upper middle layer up to 20% of the depth.0 M in depth into which rain water may be channeled and allowed after filtration for removing silt and floating material. vii) Perforated concrete slabs shall be provided on the pits/trenches.0 M to 2. The water from the open well may be used for non potable domestic purposes such as washing. (d) The surplus rain water after storage may be recharged into ground through percolation pits or trenches or combination of pits and trenches.0 M and refilled with stone aggregate and sand.00 M depth. (a) Open well of a minimum of 1. the pits may be of the size of 1.0 M to 6. The storage tank may be raised to a convenient height above the surface and shall always be provided with ventilating the surface and shall always be provided with ventilating covers and shall have draw off taps suitably place so that the rain water may be drawn off for domestic. A thin layer of fine sand as top layer. Such pits or trenches shall be backfilled with filter media comprising the following materials.0 M depth. Top 10% of the pits/trenches will be empty and a splash is to be provided in this portion in such a way that roof top water falls on the splash pad. The well shall be provided with ventilating covers. vi) Brick masonry wall is to be constructed on the exposed surface of pits/trenches and the cement mortar plastered.0 M length x 1. falling on the terrace or on any paved or unpaved surface within the building site.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore SCHEDULE – V Rain water harvesting structures: Rain water harvesting in a building site includes rainwater storage or recharging it. (b) Rainwater harvesting for recharge of ground water may be done for a bore well around which a pit of one meter width may be excavated up to a depth of at least 3.5 M or 0. The trenches can be 0.15 M.50 M to 2. flushing and for watering the garden. Depending on the geomorphologic and topographical condition.

if sub-standard growth is allowed to take place.1 The purpose of these regulations is to guide the development of new areas in accordance with the land use plan.. street widths and community facilities.. etc.E/P. 1961. parks.1. TRANSFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS (TDR): 27.1 When an area within the local planning area is required for public purpose (i. which would become necessary. A valve system shall be provided to enable the first washings from roof or terrace catchments.2 No building plot resulting from a sub-division after these regulations come into force is smaller in size than 54 M2 in residential zone. 28. The structures shall be designed such that no dampness is caused in any part of the walls or foundation of the building or those of an adjacent building. For the efficient discharge of rain water. 134 . 2. Rain water harvesting structures shall be sited as not to endanger the stability of building or earthwork. widening of road. The terrace shall be connected to the open well/bore well/storage tank/ recharge pit/trench by means of H.1 Any sub division of plot including family partition requires prior approval of Mangalore Urban Development Authority. there shall be at least two rain water pipes of 100 mm diameter for a roof area of 100 M2. As long as this is done on sound planning principles with adequate space standards the future of the town is assured. road. 28.2 Size of plots: 28. slum clearance and Ashraya housing. see that the following planning standards are followed for sub-division of plot. low income groups. the Authority shall.C. 3. as they would contain undesirable dirt. the top layer up to a sufficient depth shall be removed land refilled with course sand to allow percolation of rain water into ground. the Authority permits development rights in the form of additional floor area which shall be as notified by the State Government time to time. In specific cases of sites for housing schemes for economically weaker sections.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore (e) If the open space surrounding the building is not paved.2 While sanctioning the sub-division of a plot under section 17 of the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act.1 Sub Division Regulations for Residential Use: 28. 27.P.2.2. pipes through filter media. These dubdivision regulations are confined to standards of size of plots.e.1. SUB DIVISION REGULATIONS: 28. the Authority may relax the conditions. 28. among other things. The mouths of all pipes and opening shall be covered with mosquito (insect) proof wire net.V.) the owner of any site or land which comprises of such area surrenders it and hands over possession of the same to the Authority free of cost and encumbrance.D. This will not necessitate costly corrective measures. 28.

playgrounds and open spaces shall not be less than 10% of the total extent. Streets in residential area category of streets c) Up to 300 M d) Above 300 M Collector street (minor roads) Major Collector roads (feeder streets) Arterial roads Commercial: a) Retail b) Others Industrial Minimum right of way (M) 9 12 12 18 18. 2.0 M and a service line of minimum 6. 1. In exceptional cases where the area under roads crosses 45% and above due to incorporation of major road proposed in master plan the reservation under parks.4.4 The area under Civic Amenity shall not be less than 5% of the total extent. 28.2 The minimum road width shall be 9.0M width shall be provided for access to sites. 28. The authority.0 M.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore TABLE – 16 Standards for roads Sl.3 The area under parks. 3.3.3.3. 28. 7. open spaces and civic amenities may be relaxed. remaining area shall be earmarked for residential purpose. if it desires so. up to 3% of the total extent of land may be earmarked for neighbourhood shops 28. 28.3. Preference may be given to the residents association of owner of the layout to maintain the parks and open spaces.1 Wherever a layout plan is approved facing a road of either existing or proposed width of 24.5 After providing for roads.0M and above a buffer of 3.3.3. 24 & 30 12 18 18 28. 6.3. The area reserved for parks and open spaces. 28. on owner’s request.3 The approval of layout for residential purpose shall be subject to the following regulations: 28. 28. may 135 . 4.6 Out of the area earmarked for residential purpose. No. civic amenities and roads shall be handed over to the Authority/Local Authority free of cost through a registered relinquishment deed before taking up development of the layout. 5. 10% for park and 5% for civic amenities.7.

40 hectares) and below.4. 28.5 In case the land owner refuses to pay the market value of the equivalent land in lieu of open space and civic amenity to be reserved. reservation of open space and civic amenities areas as per the Zonal Regulations/sub-division rules may be dispensed with.5.5. Plots sub divided and registered under the Stamp Act prior to the coming into force of these regulations shall be considered as original plots subject to the following conditions.6 Approval of single plot for residential purpose Any extent of land can be approved as single plot subject to the following conditions: a) The land in question should have been converted for non-agricultural purposes. under no circumstances divert this amount for any other purposes.4 The Authority shall deposit the amount so collected under a separate head of account and the amount shall be utilized only for acquisition of areas reserved as parks and open spaces in the approved Master Plan. The Authority shall. the Authority shall approve the sub-division providing land separately to an extent which otherwise would have been reserved for parks.5. This exemption shall not be applicable if the agricultural land is subdivided after the coming into force of these regulations.5. b) 15% of the cost of the plot as per section 45B of the Stamp Act has to be paid to the Authority in addition to recovery of fees under Section 18 of the KTCP Act and other fees / charges prescribed by the Government from time to time. and the Authority may dispose the same though auction for the purpose decided by the Authority. 28.1 Wherever the total extent of land of the private residential layout for approval is 4000 M2 (0. development charges and any other fees/charges prescribed by the government from time to time.3 The value to be recovered from the land owner in lieu of open space and civic amenities shall be in addition to the fee to be collected under Section 18 of the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act. open spaces and civic amenities as per Zonal Regulations and shall take possession of such land free of cost from the land owner. the Authority may collect the market value of converted equivalent land as fixed by the sub-registrar. 28. 28.D. a) Portions of the land from the individual plot required for road widening as per Master Plan to be surrendered to the Authority free of cost. 28. T.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore hand over the responsibility of the maintenance of park and open spaces to the local residents association or owner of the layout.2 In lieu of this.5 Exemption for open space and civic amenities in sub-division of land shall be as follows.1.R. 136 .5. shall not be claimed for such surrendered land. on request from the landowner. 28. 28. 28.

c) The necessary development charges shall be paid to the Authority. 28. he shall obtain approval by the authority treating it as sub-division of land and the norms applies accordingly as prescribed in the Zonal Regulations. 28.2 10% of the total extent of land shall be earmarked as open space. 28.1 5% of the total extent of land shall be earmarked for vehicle parking and this shall be in addition to the parking space prescribed in the Zonal Regulations for buildings.7.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore b) The land shall have access from the public road and the use of land shall be in accordance with the Zonal Regulations of the Master Plan.8. This fee is in addition to recovery of fee under section 18 of KTCP Act and other fees/ charges prescribed by the Government from time to time. This fee is in addition to recovery of fee under section 18 of KTCP Act and other fees/ charges prescribed by the Government from time to time.2 10% of the total extent shall be earmarked as open space.4 The necessary development charges shall be paid to the Authority.7 Norms for Approval of Non-Residential layout with two or more number of plots shall be subject to the following conditions: 28.7. e) The necessary development charges shall be paid to the Authority. This fee is in addition to recovery of fee under section 18 of Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act and other fees/charges prescribed by the government from time to time.8 Approval of Single Plot for Non-Residential layout shall be subject to the following conditions. 28. d) If the owner of single plot desires to sub divide the plot subsequently. 28.000 M2. g) Any land which is a part of any approved layout shall not be construed as single plot for approval under these rules. he shall obtain approval by the authority treating it as sub-division of land and the norms applies accordingly as prescribed in the Zonal Regulations.1 5% of the total extent of land shall be reserved for vehicle parking and this shall be in addition to the parking space prescribed in the Zonal Regulations for buildings.7.3 The area reserved for vehicle parking and open space shall be maintained by the landowner and this land shall not be used for any other purpose by the landowner.8. 28. f) If the owner of single plot desires to subdivide the plot at subsequent dates.8.8.3 The area earmarked for parking and open space and roads shall be handed over to the Authority/local body free of cost for maintenances through a registered relinquishment deed before taking up development of the layout. 28. h) Approval of Development plan has to be obtained from the Authority for extent of plot above 10. 137 . 28.

28.75 0. 28.50 138 .9. 28. 28.5 If the owner of single plot desires to subdivide the plot at subsequent dates.75 Total 2. 28.3 FAR is calculated on the total area after deducting civic amenity site.9 Regulations for Residential Development Plan: 28. The open space (park) shall be relinquished to the authority free of cost and the same may be allowed to be maintained by the local residents association (registered).00 2. if the Authority so desires.9. 28. The mode of such handing over shall be decided by the authority. he shall obtain approval by the authority treating it as sub-division of land and the norms applies accordingly as prescribed in the Zonal Regulations.00 3. TABLE – 18 Road Width (M) Existing Proposed 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 18 Coverage 50% 50% 45% 45% FAR Premium 0. 28.8.75 Permissible 2.9.50 3.5 Roads as shown in the Master Plan shall be incorporated within the plan and shall be handed over to the authority free of cost.8.4 Parking area requirement shall be as applicable vide Table – 14.8.9.6 FAR & ground coverage for residential development plan on a sital area more than 10000 M2 shall be as per Table – 18.25 2.50 2. 28.2 A minimum of 5% of total plot area shall be provided for Civic Amenities and the owner or developer shall develop such civic amenities to the extent of floor area permissible for the 5% plot area considered for civic amenities and the civic amenities may be provided in a separate building or as part of the other buildings constructed in the plot with prior approval of the Authority which finally shall be handed over to the local residents association for maintenance.8.75 0.6 Any land which is a part of any approved layout shall not be construed as single plot for approval under these rules.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 28.50 0.7 Approval of Development plan has to be obtained from the Authority for extent of plot above 6000 M2.9.25 3.1 10% of the land shall be reserved for park & open space.

00 3. 28.50 3.00 3.5 The FAR and coverage for non residential development plan on a sital area more than 6000 M2 shall be as per Table .75 0.00 FAR Premium 0.25 3.25 2.00 2. Proposed road width shall be as proposed in the Master Plan.00 1) The list of items which are excluded from the computation of FAR is as given in Table – 7. 4) The proposed road width for any road may be considered for FAR if at least the required carriageway for the proposed road width is developed and the right of way of proposed road width is cleared.3 FAR is calculated based on entire sital area excluding the area reserved for park and open spaces.00 1.10. 3) Premium FAR shall be considered only when the Authority or the local body undertakes the road widening and in such an event. 28.75 4.00 Total 2. An additional 5% of the plot area shall be reserved for surface parking.75 3.00 1.10.10.10.75 2.00 1.00 139 .75 1.50 2. 28. which shall be maintained by the owner to the satisfaction of the Authority. TABLE – 19 Road Width (M) Existing Proposed 9 9 9 12 12 12 12 18 18 24 18 30 Coverage 60% 60% 60% 55% 55% 55% Permissible 2.75 3.1 10% of the total area shall be reserved for parks and open spaces.50 0.2 Parking area requirements shall be as applicable vide Table . 28.14.10. 28. the amount to be paid to avail premium FAR shall be collected while providing premium FAR and such amount shall be used exclusively for the widening of the particular road and the road widening work shall be completed before the completion of the construction of the said building.75 4.50 3.10.75 0.4 Roads as shown in the Master Plan shall be incorporated within plan and shall be handed over to the Authority free of cost.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 12 18 Note: 24 30 40% 40% 2.19 given below. 2) The minimum road width criteria should be a combination of existing and proposed road width as in Table – 5. Regulation for non residential development plan 28.

the amount to be paid to avail premium FAR shall be collected while providing premium FAR and such amount shall be used exclusively for the widening of the particular road and the road widening work shall be completed before the completion of the construction of the said building. 2) The minimum road width criteria should be a combination of existing and proposed road width in Table – 6. 29. Note: If the road is not developed to 24 M width. REGULATIONS FOR INTEGRATED TOWNSHIP: 29. the Authority shall collect the required amount to widen the road from the person proposing to develop the township and shall complete the widening of the road before allowing occupation of the township. 3) Premium FAR shall be considered only when the Authority or the local body undertakes the road widening and in such an event.2 The minimum width of approach road to an integrated township shall be: Existing Road width – 12 M.3a Permissible land uses: i) Residential ii) IT / BT related activities / Industrial iii) Commercial 29. Multiple land parcels each not less than 20 Ha. 29. 4) The proposed road width for any road may be considered for FAR if at least the required carriageway for the proposed road width is developed and the right of way of proposed road width is cleared. contiguous.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore Note: 1) The List of items which are excluded from the computation of FAR is as given in Table – 7. interconnected with roads can be part of a single Integrated Township. d) Maximum area for non residential uses – 40% 140 . Proposed road width shall be as in the Master Plan. the difference in area shall be added to Park & Open spaces).3b Permissible Usage: a) Minimum area for Civic amenities – 5% b) Minimum area for Park & Open spaces – 10% c) Minimum area for Roads – 15% (If 15% is not used for roads.1 The minimum extent of property for the development of integrated township shall be 20 Ha. Proposed Road width – 24 M.

00 1. Survey statement of No. g. C.A. Summary statement of parking requirements and provisions made for the Township.4 The FAR is calculated for the entire area excluding area reserved for park and open spaces.00 Total 3. if proposed in the township for parking.O. Green area provided in the township. including parks. 29. a.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore e) Balance area for residential use. floor area for various land uses and No.50 3. and other land uses specified in the township. park and open spaces. of residential units in case of residential buildings showing the F.P.00 1. from Karnataka State Pollution Control Board and MOEF has to be obtained for the development plan.9. civic amenities and roads as mentioned above. 29. b. of building units. 29.R. d.75 4.00 Premium 1. 29. f. c. and ground coverage for integrated township shall be as follows: TABLE – 20 Proposed width of approach road to Integrated Township 24 M 30 M 45 M F. If additional area is provided for park and open spaces and roads.A.8 F.(Minimum of 35% of the total extent). 141 .L. Land use map showing roads. the FAR of such additional area can be used for the residential / non residential development.C. M.16.75 3. Location of major utilities and services. Building coverage and setback lines.50 2.6 The minimum width of roads abutting properties of commercial land use shall be 18 M. Approval of development plan of the Integrated Township showing the following details has to be obtained from the Authority before applying for licence for the individual buildings. 29.7 N.00 29.R.A.C.R.A.5 The width of the roads in the integrated townships shall be as specified in Table . Note: If further sub division of plots are made. Coverage 50% 45% 45% Permissible 2. being utilised in each block. only roads have to be provided as per Table – 16 and no further land has to be provided for CA and park and open spaces. e.

(g).12 The Authority may acquire any disputed land upto 25% of the total extent proposed for the township on behalf of the developer on the request of the developer for which payments shall be made by the developer along with the payment of 10% of such acquired land cost to the Authority as supervision charges. 29. 29.R. Chapter – VI PHASING OF DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LOCAL PLANNING AREA As per the Karnataka Town & Country Planning Act. 29. section 12(1).Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 29. revised development plan including the portion of the land to be added has to be approved by the Authority as per the norms mentioned in this regulations. If there is any deviation. 1961. It may be 142 . The Acquisition of such land shall be made only after the developer completes the acquisition of the remaining land and if the Authority is convinced that the acquisition of such disputed land is necessary for the proper development of the Township. consumed and parking provisions are made as mentioned in the development plan. revised development plan has to be obtained from the Authority before issuing the licence or occupation certificate as the case may be.13 If additional land has to be added to the Integrated Township for which permission has already been obtained.A.10 Licence and Occupation Certificate may be issued for individual buildings if the F. It is necessary to suggest the phasing of the developments proposed in the Master Plan.11 Park and Open Spaces and all services to the buildings shall be developed proportionate to the other developments in the township.

In the second phase of developments all new transportation network shown in the Master plan shall be taken up. Further.Shetty circle 143 . improvement of the existing transportation system has to be the first priority. (b) Nava Bharata circle to Jyothi circle via Bunts Hoste circle’ b) P.V. in the first phase.A.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore stated here that it is necessary to create basic infrastructure so that the actual development follows. Transportation is basis infrastructure necessary for any development. Act. It is in this context that priorities have to be worked out and the developments have to take place based on the said priority. To reduce traffic on the NH 17. Land acquisition and development is a very important event in city’s development.: 1. the on going schemes of the Urban Development Authority and other developing agency shall be taken up. Also . Therefore. proposals of the Master Plan in respect of improvements of the existing infrastructure like widening of the existing infrastructure like widening of the existing roads(identified in the Master Plan) and improvement of the road inter section. To take up widening of important roads in the central business district.Rao road. has to be taken up on priority. development by private agencies may also be encouraged.S. Development of new areas in the outskirts shall also be taken up by the Urban Development Authority and other agencies. Also. Circle to Lalbagh circle(d) Hampankatta junction to A. it is necessary that the existing utility projects like water supply and under ground drainage schemes on hand has to be developed to its designed capacity to precede the development. Therefore in the first phase. They are a) K.D. shall be taken up. List of works identified that may be taken up as priority works in the first phase of development. The proposals of the bye-pass road on the eastern outskirts.B. as provided in the U. This is done by various agencies including private developers.S. A comprehensive traffic and Transportation study is necessary.

Formation of a 18 mtr. To take up additional water supply project for the projected population of 10. Hampanakatta and Bunts Hostel junctions also need improvement. 8.75 lakhs by 2021. 4. An attempt is made to estimate the cost of land required for development this 144 . 9. system 5.G. Road from Kavoor Mahalingeshwara Temple to Derebail Airport road via Helipad. e) Road linking Mannagudda to Car Street via Gokarnanath Temple road. Link road between NH 17 ( near Kulur bridge ) to Bajpe Airport road along north side of Gurpur road. To take up comprehensive Transport survey to mitigate traffic problems. Nantur and Kottara chowki. Via the eastern out skirt to obviate entry of traffic in the city which are not meant for the city. Acquisition of land for Truck Terminals and Development CHAPTER – VII CITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Proposals have been made to achieve the development of local planning area up to 2021 A. 2. To take up the proposed byepass road to link the NH 17 with the NH 48. 3. 7. NH 13 and the State highways. Completion of U. Formation of 18 mtr.D. 6. To improve important junctions along National highway at Kuntikana.D.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore c) Road linking Sulthan Batheri to Bunder via Bokkapatna d) Improvement of Railway crossing near Mangaladevi Temple.

This involves huge cost. average landcost for various uses are worked out as under . cost of land is 1912.71 X 60 lakhs/ha = 131 crores.77 Ha.Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore development will have to take up by various agencies like govt. considering the cost of land / Ha as Rs. But. The total cost required will be 4207 crores. 3) Transportation & Communication : Total additional land proposed for exception of new roads and major by pass road and truck terminal is 569. Creation of infrastructure should precede any economic development.12 Ha. 1). 4) Public Utility : 145 . To this additional cost for development of road and truck terminal is not included. Residential uses : The additional land proposed for residential developments up to 2021 is 3825 . But. 50 lakhs/Ha.56 crores of cost of development per Ha is approximately 60 lakhs/Ha whereby cost involved will be 2295 crores.71 Ha & the total cost of land involved will be 218. agencies and public by private participation. Public & Semi Public : The Total additional land proposed is 218. major portion of investment shall be private developers. The cost of land is varying for different area in the local planning area. Total cost of land for this shall be 569.77 X 60 lakhs/Ha= 342 crores. 2). This is in addition to cost of UGD and WIS/ For residential development. considering the intensity of growth and the pace of development the proposed roads & truck terminal needs to be taken up at top priority.

Master plan (Revision-II) 2021 final Mangalore 25 Ha of land is required for public utility such as landfill area for dumping of solid waste land for power receiving station etc cost involved for land shall be 25 Ha X 60 lakh/ ha = 15 crores. MESCOM Department. This land has to be acquired by MCC. 146 .

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