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13.0 SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
The quality of life in any urban centre depends upon the availability of and accessibility to quality social infrastructure. Social infrastructure can be looked at in terms of the facilities indicated in the City Level Master Plan, and Community Facilities, which are indicated at the layout plan level in various use zones. Together, these include Social Infrastructure facilities pertaining to Health, Education, Sports Facilities, Socio-cultural activities, Communications, Security and Safety, and Other Community Facilities pertaining to Recreation, Religious activities, Social Congregations and Community Events, Cremation/ Burial Grounds etc. These are generally planned in terms of population norms with stipulated permissibility conditions and development controls. The proposed Planning norms and development controls and conditions in respect of various social infrastructure facilities are brought out in the following paragraphs. 13.1 HEALTH
The capital city is strategically located and has many specialized health facilities, which serve the city population as well as that of the region, and in many respects the country as a whole. As per report by State Health Intelligence Bureau, Delhi-2002, at present, there are 23 types of health units (facilities) in Delhi. The total numbers of health units are 1914 and the numbers of beds are 30,667. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended a norm of 5 beds per thousand population. As compared with this, the existing bed density per thousand population in Delhi works out to only 2.2. In order to meet the requirements of health related infrastructure, the following broad strategies are proposed: i. Shortfall in the availability of number of beds per 1000 population is proposed to
107 be met through a) enhancement in FAR for various levels of health facilities, b) promoting rebuilding of the existing old hospitals, and c) shifting of contagious diseases hospitals from existing urban areas to the proposed urban extension, with proper seclusion facilities and connectivity, and using the space thus made available for general hospitals. It is estimated that the total number of beds required in the year 2021 will be about 1,15,000. ii. In existing areas and urban extension, essential provisions may be made for Old Age Home-cum-Care Centre for Senior Citizens and Mentally Challenged by way of specialized/ target group oriented facilities, which will also relieve the pressure on general hospitals to some extent. iii. Premises earmarked for health facilities sites should include other medical streams like Ayurvedic or Homeopathic medicine governed by any statutory code/body. iv. Complimentary heath facilities at par to be developed in the NCR to reduce burden on Delhi. There shall be following 4-tiers of health facilities for the city population: i. Hospitals category: a) b) c) d) Category A- 501 beds and above; Category B- 201 beds to 500 beds; Category C- 101 beds to 200 beds; Category D- Upto 100 beds Planning Norms, Standards for Health Facilities
Planning Norms & Standards Pop. / Unit (approx.) Plot Area 5.0 lakh 2.5 ha to 4.5 ha 2.5 lakh 1.00 lakh 1.00 lakh 1.5 ha to 2.5 ha 0.5 ha to 1.0 ha 0.25 ha to 0.5 ha
e) Other health facilities, which include maternity home, nursing home, family welfare centre, polyclinic, pediatric centre, geriatric centre, diagnostic centre, etc. ii. For health care of animals and pets the following 3- tier of health facilities has been proposed: a) Veterinary Hospital for pet/ domestic animals and birds – to be provided as per need. b) Dispensary for pet animals and birds- to be provided in all the zones at Community Level. c) Pet clinic – permitted in all landuse zones except ridge / regional park and recreational landuse. The Planning Norms, Standards for Health Facilities are as given in Table 13.1 and the Development Controls are as given in Table 13.2 below:
S. No 1 2 3 4 Category
Hospital A (501 beds & above) Hospital B (201 beds to 500 beds ) Hospital C (101 beds to 200 beds) Hospital D (Upto 100 beds)
1. FAR to be kept for dormitory/ hostel for attendants of the patients. . 1000 sqm to 2000 sqm 1 per 0. i) Family Welfare Centre ii) Pediatric Centre iii) Geriatric Centre iv) Diagnostic Centre.0 lakh 1 per 1. FAR 200 Development Controls Max.0 ECS/ 100 sqm of floor area.5 lakh as required and observation beds only.5 lakh 500 to 800 sqm 6 1 per 5.2: Development Controls for Health Facilities S. 1 2 3 4 5 Hospital A (501 & above) Hospital B (201 to 500) Hospital C (101 to 200) Hospital D (Upto 100) Other Health Facilities a i) Maternity Home (Upto 50 beds) ii) Nursing Home/ Polyclinic / Dispensary (Upto 50 beds) b i) Family Welfare Centre ii) Pediatric Centre iii) Geriatric Centre iv) Diagnostic Centre. Parking standard = 2.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. a. Dispensary for pet animals and birds a. i) Maternity Home (Upto 50 beds) ii) Nursing Home/ Polyclinic/ Dispensary (Upto 50 beds) b. Medical College 1 per 0. Upto 15% of max. 3. Ground Coverage 30% + additional 5% for multi level parking (not to be included in FAR) 30% Max. Parking Standard= 2. 7 b.108 5 Other Health Facilities a. Nursing Institute* and Paramedic 1 per 10 lakh * Hospital norms shall be applicable if attached with the Hospital Table 13. Ministry of Health norms). 2. Upto 10% of max. 300 sq m. As per the Medical Council of India/Ministry of Health norms (subject to availability of land) 2000 sqm (Subject to Nursing Council of India. Veterinary Hospital for pet animals and birds 150 18m 6 30% 150 - Parking standard = 1. Crèche etc.0 lakh 1 per 10 lakh 2000 sq m. No Category Max. a.0 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. Veterinary Hospital for pet animals and birds b. Other Controls Height 37 m. FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff.
Dispensary for pet animals and birds 35% 100 15 m Parking standard = 1. for other health facilities like Maternity/ Nursing homes. 2. 7 deemed universities and one Open University. despite this infrastructure. the availability of land could become a major constraining factor. upto 300 sqm of floor area shall be allowed to be used for community space/ religious shrine/ crèche/ chemist shop/bank counter on Hospital sites and also Medical College/ Nursing and Paramedic Institutes sites. are given in the Development Code chapter. However. . Further. 8 engineering colleges. At present there are 2416 primary schools. In case of super specialty medical facilities/ hospitals duly certified as such by the competent authority.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. Enhancement of FAR in existing sites shall be permitted. The above norms shall not be applicable to the nursing homes permissible under mixed landuse in residential plots. involvement of the private sector in the development of educational facilities is growing. 4. Notes: 1. the employment and education/educational requirements are also undergoing a rapid change involving the development of new professional and vocational avenues for specialized education. Institute* * Hospital norms shall be applicable if attached with the Hospital.109 b. of gross floor area per bed. in the light of practical experience in so far as school education is concerned.m. . Other controls related to basements etc. the gross area per bed can be flexible (upto 125 sqm per bed). Nursing and 30% 150 18m Parking standard = 2 ECS/100 Paramedic sqm. At the higher/ professional education levels. 3. and 1576 secondary/senior secondary schools. keeping in view the fast changing national and global economic scenario. subject to payment of charges as may be prescribed by the Authority/ land owning agency and other clearances. which will have to be bridged in a planned manner. rather than allocating space separately for Nursery Schools. the policy should be geared to encourage integrated schools from the pre-primary to the higher secondary level.3% in the year 1991 to 81. It has. Further. Keeping the need for expansion and diversification as brought out above. which would enable optimal utilisation of land and available educational infrastructure. a. in terms of the population related requirements. there are 114 colleges for general education. 755 middle schools.82% in the year 2001. 4 universities. an exception to this could be made in respect of Primary Schools which may specifically be required to be set up by the Delhi Government or the Local Civic Bodies. there are still considerable gaps in few planning zones. Max. become necessary to develop policies and norms. 7. Primary Schools and Middle Schools. particularly in the field of school education. family Welfare and other centres. of floor area. b. Medical College As per norms for hospital to which Medical College is attached. therefore. the plot area would be worked out @ 60 sq. In overall terms Delhi has a fairly elaborate network of educational institutions from the pre-primary/ primary to the higher education and professional education levels. 2. Other controls: 1. 13. However. With the consequent potential for availability of financial resources for this purpose.2 EDUCATION The literacy rate in Delhi has increased from 75. Plot area for all hospitals would be worked out @ 100 sqm of gross floor area per bed.
ComputerTraining Institute. N.6 ha 0. No 1 Category Max. In case of schools for mentally / physically 2 Play School. 120 15 m 1. Coaching Centre.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. University Grants Commission (UGC) / All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) / Directorate of Education.) Plot Area 5000 10000 1. iv) Nursery School may function as part of Primary School/ Secondary School/ Senior Secondary School wherever needed. in the light of the norms of the concerned controlling authorities e. GNCTD /Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) etc. Standards are given in Table 13. Separate / exclusive Nursery Schools may be permitted. The Planning Norms. subject to statutory approvals and any other conditions that may be stipulated by the relevant competent authority.110 In the light of the above the following planning policy parameters emerge: i) Differential norms and standards for various educational institutes/ institutions determined.A. location in terms of accessibility capacity. v) Coaching centres. iii) The educational institution premises may be permitted to function in two shifts. Parking standard = 1.6 respectively. there will be 2 levels of educational facilities namely upto Sr. Secondary level and Higher education level.0 lakh 0. Max. by way of mixed landuse in residential premises subject to strict conditions regarding plot size. would also be allowed in residential plots subject to specific conditions as indicated above. Development Controls Max. No 1 2 3 Category Primary school / Middle school Sr. secondary level) S.2 ha Table 13. vi) Requirement of schools and Training centres for mentally/physically challenged with differential development norms are proposed.3 and 13. physical education centres etc.A.4 respectively and Development Controls are given in Table 13.3: Planning Norms & Standards for Education Facilities (upto sr. shall be applicable. ground coverage. As would be seen. ii) Other educational activities may be permitted within school plots after school hours subject to NOC / clearance from the concerned departments/ organizations. FAR. computer-training institutes./ unit (approx.4: Development Controls for Education Facilities S. Practice of providing dedicated Nursery School plots in the layout plan discontinued. physical Education Centre etc. Primary school / Middle school 30% .5 and 13.2 ha 0. Ground Coverage N. Secondary School School for Mentally / Physically challenged Planning Norms & Standards Pop. Table 13. Parking and safety etc.g. Other Controls FAR Height N.A.
Coaching Centres. Sr.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. Other controls related to basements etc. As per norms of the concerned professional governing bodies. Parking standard: a. Playground shall be developed on pool basis in different areas at neighborhood level. Physical Education Centres (Gyms & Spa etc.5m Notes: Pre-Primary Schools/ Nursery Schools/ Montessary Schools/ Creche. Upto 10% variation in plot size is permitted. Other Controls: 1. b) Residential (25% of total land area). Upto 10% variation in plot size is permitted.) may be made permissible within educational plots. No Category Planning Norms & Standards Pop. Secondary School 35% 150 18 m mentally / physically challenged 20% of max. the front boundary wall shall be recessed by 6 m to accommodate visitor’s parking within setback area. are given in the Development Code chapter. c) Sports and Cultural activities (15% of total land area). Differential norms will be applicable to Special Area. and/or as per Mixed Landuse policy.00 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. 3. Regularized Unauthorized Colonies. b. The areas earmarked for parking if misused.0 ha .0 lakh 3 Professional College (Engineering college) 4 University Campus including International Education Centre (IEC) – Large campus (10 ha and above) will be divided into following four parts: a) Academic including Administration (45% of total land area). 2. FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff and student accommodation. Primary School/ Middle School = 1. 3. General College 5. liable to be municipalized/ taken over. d) Parks and Landscape (15% of total land area). 2. Computer Training Institutes. 4 School for Mentally / Physically challenged 50% 120 12. 5.0 lakh 4 sites in urban extension.5: Planning Norms & Standards for Education Facilities (Higher Education) S. Play Schools. As per the AICTE norms.111 3 Sr. In case of new schools. School = 2.0 lakh 0. Table 13. Upto 20./ unit Plot Area (approx. Urban Villages and Resettlement Colonies.4 ha 1 2 Vocational Training Centre: ITI/ Polytechnic/ Vocational Training Institute/ Management Institute/ Teacher Training Institute etc. Sec.) 5.
Other Controls Height 1.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. in terms of the Master Plan. Sports activities have. should also be able to take care of mega/international sporting events. Education Centre are given in the Development Code (IEC) – Large chapter. been dealt with as a part of Recreational land use. Other controls related to basements etc. such as Delhi is emerging as an important centre for National and International Sports events. Sports and Cultural 10% 15 20 mts.3 SPORTS FACILITIES have been developed. etc. campus (10 ha and 3./ Vocational/ Training Institute/ Management Institute/ Teacher Training Institutes etc. FAR Development Controls Max. Upto 15% of max.. International 2. Other controls related to basements etc.33 ECS / 100 sq including m of floor area. GNCTD. Although sizeable sports facilities have been developed in the City by various agencies like the Sports Authority of India (SAI) Delhi Development Authority (DDA).112 Table 13. over and above the facilities developed by the SAI. which . Academic including Administration (45% of total land area) Residential (25% of 1. No Category Max. above) will be divided into following four parts: 30% 120 m 33 mts. It is also felt that many of the facilities. 2. 3. there is an evident need for a properly planned and structured sports infrastructure in the City which. are given in the Development Code chapter. even though. Regulations for group total land area) housing shall apply. 2. 1 35% 150 26 mts. could actually be seen as recreation and/or club type of facilities. etc. The land shall be reserved for facilities as per residential norms. activities (15%) Parks and Landscape (15%) 13. Parking standard = 1. the DDA has developed a large network of excellent sports facilities.6: Development Controls for Education Facilities (Higher Education) S. 2 3 4 a) b) c) d) University Campus 1. Ground Coverage Vocational Training Centre (ITI/Poly. FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff and student accommodation.) General College Professional College (Engineering) Max. Landscape plan to be prepared. As a result. so far. Parking standard = 1. The areas earmarked for parking if misused liable to be municipalized/ taken over by the authority. inter alia.
the Stadium itself cannot be used for anything but sports activities. (upto a maximum of 100 sqm) shall not be counted towards Ground Coverage and FAR.0 2. Standards for Sports Facilities are given in Table 13. Further. The development controls for the various sports facilities will be as indicated below: Max ground coverage: 20% including amenity structures .2 INTERNATIONAL SPORTS Height: As required (subject to the EVENTS approval of concerned authority). The Hierarchy. wherever possible. and potential in the form of congregational and competitive events at the community. Keeping this in view norms and space standards separately for sports facilities at neighbourhood level and city level have been proposed with the aim of development of sports and play areas for all age groups at appropriate levels. With reference to the latter.7. The latter aspect. Housing Area Play Ground 5.0 4. is characterised by gross under utilisation. 13. District Sports Centre 5 lakh 10.000 0. city. on the one hand. as pure sports facilities. Divisional Sports Centre 10 lakh 30.3 DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS Other Development Controls: To incentivise development of sports facilities and swimming pool within the group housing areas./ Unit (Approx. experience has shown that even the various facilities. Max.113 the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in 2010.1 PROVISION FACILITIES OF SPORTS Sports activities are an important part of physical and social development of an individual and. ii) New play fields shall be preferably provided/ developed in the vicinity of educational institutions and landscape areas. for example. Community Sports Centre 1 lakh 3. national and international levels.3.000 1.3.No Category Pop.3. Suitable area of about 200 ha shall be reserved for International Sports events Parking: 2 ECS/ 100 sqm of floor area. in turn.0 5. suffer from lack of full and proper utilisation. and there are issues related to maintenance and resources for the same. Table 13.7: Planning Norms. at another level sports activities have a significant aspect of. which have been developed. Standards for Sports Facilities: Planning Norms & Standards S. schools. etc. practical and proper development of sports facilities as an important component of social development and optimum utilisation of the facilities to be developed. iii) The playground and sports facilities to be accessible by a network of pedestrian and cycle tracks wherever feasible. This also brings out the need for developing and prescribing planning and development control norms geared to planned.) Plot Area (Ha) 1. presently under use for a variety of non-sports related activities and. on the other hand. the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium premises are.5 Notes: i) The existing sports infrastructure shall be upgraded and efficiently re-planned to provide better facilities. Planning Norms. Neighborhood Play area 10. 13. clubs. FAR: 40 13.0 3.
2. 3 Head Post Office with Administrative 10. At present Delhi has 553 post offices and 36 telegraph offices. Upto 10% variation in plot size is permitted. the number of telegraph offices is decreasing due to availability of other easier.4. Standards and Development Controls for Communication Facilities are given in Table 13.9 respectively.4 COMMUNICATIONS – POST / TELEGRAPH / TELEPHONE FACILITY population both at the city level and National level. a) Telephone Exchange 10. Therefore the future space requirement for telephone network has been worked out accordingly. The provision and management of Post and Telegraph facility in Delhi is the responsibility of Post Master General of Delhi Circle. The introduction of mobile telephony has completely transformed the telecommunication system in the city. 1 Category POST & TELEGRAPH a) Post Office Counter (without delivery) b) Courier Service Office Telegraph office (Booking & Delivery) Planning Norms & Standards Pop. communication has become very important medium of accessibility. No specific site reservation to be kept in the layout plan. There are 267 telephone exchanges in Delhi with provision of 140 lakh connections. office & with / without delivery office. Following means of communication are available: 13. B TELEPHONE 4.2 TELEPHONE With liberalisation and technological advancement. 13. Permitted in all use / zones / under mixed use as per 2 requirement except in ridge/ regional park and recreational use zone.8: Planning Norms & Standards for Communication Facilities S. Table 13.4. .0 lakh 2500 sq m.8 and 13. b) RSU (Remote Subscriber Units) 1 for 3 Km radius 300 sqm./ unit (approx) Plot Area 1.114 13. Although.1 POST AND TELEGRAPH Post and Telegraph is one of the most popular means of communication. The Planning Norms. which works out to be 145 connections per thousand population.0 lakh 2500 sq m. cheaper and faster modes of communication these facilities still serve considerable With privatization of tele-communication sector most of the space requirement is expected to be satisfied in private sector. No A.
FAR Development Controls Max. Post Office Counter (without use / zones / under mixed use as per requirement except in ridge/ regional park and recreational use zone. District Office and Battalion 1. TELEPHONE a. RSU (Remote 30% 100 12. No Category Max. Other Controls Height A. 2.0 ha City level (to be located in fringe area) Police Firing Range (temporary structures only) Upto 10. Other controls related to basements etc.33 ECS / 100 sq m office & with / without delivery of floor area.) Plot Area Police Post 1. 10 Delhi Armed Table 13. 80 police posts. Police Lines 2.0 lakh 5. 30% 120 26 m. Standards For Security (Police) Facilities S.0 ha One for each administrative zone. Ground Coverage Max.0 ha As per requirement Traffic and police control room (temporary structures only) Category . The main agency looking after security aspect in the city is Delhi Police.10: Planning Norms &. office 3. Upto 15% of max.10 and 13. FAR can be utilized with Administrative for residential use of essential staff. Courier Service Office Telegraph office (Booking & Delivery) Head Post Office 1. delivery) b.0 lakh 1000 sqm.5 lakh 5000 sqm.5 SECURITY.0 ha District Jail 25. At present.0 ha Police camp (temporary structures only) Upto 10. there are 123 police stations.5m Subscriber Units) 13. POST & TELEGRAPH No specific site reservation to be kept in the layout plan since permitted in all a.9: Development Controls For Communication Facilities S. the security force must keep pace with the growth and development of an area. The Planning Norms/ Standards and Development Controls for Security (police) facilities are given in Table 13. For maintenance of proper law and order. Telephone 30% 120 26m Exchange b.POLICE Police battalions. 9 District offices of DCPs and 9 District lines. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Planning Norms & Standards Pop.0 ha Police Training Institute / College 5. 1 2 3 B 4. Parking standard = 1.11 respectively.115 Table 13. are given in the Development Code chapter. Police Station 2./ unit (approx.
11: Development Controls For Security (Police) Facilities S. Ground Max.25% 4. Parking standard = 2. Station District 30% 120 26 mts 2. area = 25 sq m. Upto 15% of max. building collapses.5% 25 9 mts Firing Range (temporary structures only) 12. ii) Residential . FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff in Police 30% 120 26 mts police station. Max.1 FIRE Fire services have to play pivotal role and be fully prepared in protecting people from fire hazards. District Jail 30% 120 24 mts 5. Other controls related to basements etc. as part of Traffic and road right of way based on site feasibility. Office and 3.40% staff and student accommodation. Max.6 13.116 Table 13. in Police Training Institute / college. Other Controls Coverage FAR Height Police Post 35% 120 15 mts 1.Fire facilities are given in Table 13. FAR can be utilized iii)Sports & Facilities . Category No 1 2 3 Development Controls Max. At present. there are 36 fire stations in Delhi. police 2.00 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area.6. Upto 25% of max. The Planning Norms. road accidents . Standards and Development Controls for Safety .10% for residential use/hostel for essential iv)Open Spaces . Additional space available in police Battalion station due to increased development Police Land Distribution: controls shall be used for locating civil Lines i) Administration . 30% 120 26 mts Police are given in the Development Code Training chapter.12 and 13. control room (temporary structures only) SAFETY and other unforeseen emergencies etc.25% defence and home guards etc. As per requirement on major road junctions / stretches etc. Institute / College Police 12. 4 5 6 7 8 9 13.13 respectively.5% 25 9 mts Police camp (temporary structures only) 1.
5 to 6. Max. temporary shelter. Ground FAR Height Coverage Fire Station 30% 120 26 mts 26 mts 30% (on 120 Disaster Management building area only) Centre 30% 120 26 mts Fire Training Institute / College Other Controls 1 2 3 1. may . Upto 25% of max. Other controls related to basements etc. Two major lineaments namely Delhi-Haridwar ridge and DelhiMuradabad faults pass through the territory.0 ha extension) 3 Table 13. Upto 15% of max./ unit (approx. 2. iv) Fire stations are permitted in all land use zones except in Recreational use. hydrants etc. be kept wherever provision of fire station is not possible.0 Ha along with suitable open area (2Ha) Zone for soft parking. No 1 2 Category Fire Station Disaster Management Centre Fire Training Institute / College Planning Norms & Standards Pop. City level (one site in urban 3. 13. 4.5 to 6. Delhi is placed in Seismic Zone IV.7 have occurred in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. are given in the Development Code chapter.0 Ha One in each Administrative 1.12: Planning Norms & Standards for Safety (Fire) Facilities S. vi) The concerned agencies shall take approval from Fire Department for fire fighting measures while laying the services for an area. iii) In the new layouts.) Plot Area 5 to 7 km radius 1.6. in Fire Training Institute / college. FAR can be utilized for residential use/hostel for essential staff and student accommodation. five earthquakes of Richter magnitude 5. parade ground etc.6.13: Development Controls for Safety (Fire) Facilities S. both having potential of generating earthquakes of the magnitude upto 6. v) Necessary provisions for laying underground/ over ground fire fighting measures. Max.7 13. concept of under ground pipe lines on the periphery.33 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area.3 DISASTER MANAGEMENT CENTRE According to the Indian Seismic Zone map. Parking standard = 1. which means high damage risk zone.2 GUIDELINES FOR LOCATING FIRE STATIONS & OTHER FIRE FIGHTING FACILITIES IN URBAN EXTENSION: i) One fire station should be located so that the fire engines are able to reach the disaster site within 3-5 minutes.117 Table 13. In the past. FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff in fire station. 3. exclusively for fire fighting services should be considered. ii) Fire Stations shall be located on corner plots as far as possible and on main roads with minimum two entries. water lines. Category No Development Controls Max.
Such natural and man made disasters neither can be prevented nor predicted. 13. 3 LPG godowns per one lakh population. . As per standard design of the concerned department. Therefore. and services restoration should be taken up on top most priority. ii) Sensitize people about after effects of disaster particularly school children. with the technological advancement to some extent mechanism can be developed to mitigate the after effects of the disaster. Following policies and strategies for disaster management are proposed: 1. Pre-Disaster Preparedness i) The Delhi Fire Services department being the nodal agency for disaster management. Post Disaster Management i) It has been observed that any disaster is generally followed by break down of Table 13. areas with high density and poor accessibility in the city and propose suitable measures. communication lines and disruption of essential services.15 respectively.118 in future.7 DISTRIBUTIVE FACILITIES Milk. However. Standards and Development Controls for Disaster Management Centres are given in Table 13.12 and 13. flood. the key communication centres should be protected from natural disasters e. Category No 1 Milk Booth /Milk and Fruit & Vegetable Booth 2 LPG godown including booking office. ii) Standard type designs and layout should be prepared by the local bodies and made available to the people so that crucial time is not lost in approval of Layout plans and building plans after disaster. fire and earthquake etc. iii) Make people aware through media campaigns and advertisements about emergency procedures and location of emergency shelters etc. Areas of vulnerability can be identified and necessary measures can be proposed by the concerned agencies which are involved in it. The Planning Norms. Disaster Management Centres have been proposed to serve people in the case of disaster and provide emergency shelters. Necessary setup should be created in each of the concerned department for such eventualities. As per standard design of the concerned department. Standards and Development Controls for such facilities are given in Table 13. should identify vulnerable areas e. 2. 3 SKO / LDO outlets Planning norms and standards One per 5000 population.g. The concerned local bodies should keep updating the building bye-laws to safeguard against disasters and ensure effective and impartial enforcement. The Planning Norms.14 and 13.13 respectively.14: Planning Norms and Standards for Distributive Services S. Fruit. and should have proper distribution set-up. vegetable and LPG are the basic requirements of the day-to-day life.g.
FAR Height Ground Coverage 30% 120 20 mts 33.0 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area.0 lakh 5. 2. i. Parking standard = 2. Plot size – upto 600 sqm including booking office and security hut.0 lakh 1.0 lakh 1. and library etc. are given in the Development Code chapter. 13.16: Planning Norms & Standards for Socio-Cultural Facilities S. Recreational Club Socio-cultural activities such as auditorium. Multipurpose Community Hall.16 and Development Controls are given in Table 13. Exhibition –cum-Fair Ground 1. Other Controls Coverage FAR Height Permitted in all zones as per approved layout plan. Standards for such facilities are as given below in Table 13. Permitted in all use zones except in residential ridge/ regional park and recreational use zones subject to statutory clearances. b. Other controls related to basements etc.33% 75 15 mts Other Controls 1 a.119 Table 13. b. Category No 1 Milk Booth /Milk and Fruit & Vegetable Booth / Fruit and Vegetable Booth / Delhi Milk Supply Booth LPG godown including booking office SKO / LDO outlets Development Controls Max. Ground Max. Multipurpose Community Hall which may include provision for marriages.8 SOCIO-CULTURAL FACILITIES The Planning Norms. . function. No Category Development Controls Max. ii. Banquet Hall. eating joint.17 below: Table 13. No 1 Category Planning Norms & Standards Pop.0 lakh 2 sites in new urban extension 800 sqm 2000 sqm 5000 sqm 1000 sqm Upto 40 ha each 2 3 4 Table 13. Community Recreational Club b. Permitted in all use zones except in residential ridge/ regional park and recreational use zones subject to statutory clearances. 2 3 i. music.) 10000 Plot Area 2000 sqm a.15: Development Controls for Distributive Services S. small public gathering. Max. Banquet Hall a. Max./ unit (approx. Max. dance & drama centre/ meditation & spiritual centre etc.17: Development Controls for Socio-Cultural Facilities S. 1.
Parking standard = 2 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area.18: Planning Norms. swimming pool would be permissible upto a area of 300 sqm.19 respectively. and upto 10. 2. Parking 2 ECS/ 100 sqm./ Unit (approx) Max. dance & drama centre/ meditation & spiritual centre etc. Table 13. Plot Area 1000 sq m 5 lakh a) Old Age Home b) Care Centre for Physically. Basement below ground floor and to the maximum extent of ground coverage shall be allowed and is to be included in FAR calculations except equivalent to 30% of the ground coverage. Religious. Recreational Club Socio-cultural activities 30% such as auditorium.men hostel d) Night Shelter e) Adult Education Centre f) Orphanage/ Children’s centre. b. 400 sqm 4. music. c. free from ground coverage. (one each) 2 Religious a) At neighbourhood level 5000 b) At sub city level in urban extension 5.18 and 13.120 2 a. of floor area. 15% of the total floor area shall be allowed for residential purpose. 50 FAR shall be admissible on the area beyond 5000 sqm. Standards and Development Controls for other facilities such as Old age homes.0 lakhs Upto 10% variation in plot size is permitted. Community 25% Recreational Club b.0 ha . ii) In case of Recreational Club. if used for services/ storage.000 sqm. Night Shelters. iv) In case of Banquet Hall. a. Standards And Development Controls for Other Community Facilities S. and below 5000 sqm. A proper scheme for visitors parking and parking adequacy statements may be prepared taking into Subject to consideration large number statutory of visitors. are as given in Table 13. Exhibition –cum-Fair 20% Ground 100 26 mts Parking standard = 2 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area 3 120 4 20 1. No 1 Category Pop. clearances 18 mts Notes: i) In case of Community Recreational Clubs.Mentally challenged c) Working women. 13. 50 FAR shall be admissible on the area beyond 2000 sqm. etc.9 OTHER COMMUNITY FACILITIES The Planning Norms. iii) In the open area apart from outdoor games/ sport facilities.
Religious a) At neighbourhood level 35% 70 Category Max. Institutional Hostel. Parking. ACTIVITIES PERMITTED Hospital. Max. 13. Height = 26 mts. Other controls related to basements etc. It may be managed by a public or charitable institution on noncommercial basis. Medical College. grocery & general merchandise. provision of crematorium is to be made. NO. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. 3.20: Health Facilities S.11 PUBLIC & SEMI-PUBLIC FACILITIES/ PREMISES (For which specific development controls have not been specified) Max. 2. barber. Ground FAR Coverage 120 Old Age Home/Care 30% Centre for Physically/ Mentally challenged/ Working women /men hostel / Night Shelter/ Adult Education Centre / Orphanage/Children’s Centre. Ground Coverage = 30% .121 Table 13. are to be planned with proper parking and landscape provisions. A premise having facilities for medical Dispensary. Health centre. 2. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). private or charitable institution. USE PREMISES Hospital DEFINITIONS A premise providing medical facilities of general or specialized nature for treatment of indoor and outdoor patients.8 ECS / 100 sq m of floor area. Watch & Ward . Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). chemist. DEFINITIONS AND PERMISSION OF USE PERMISES IN SUB USE ZONES Table 13. Parking standard = 1. are given in the Development Code chapter. Max. patient attendant accommodation. Floor Area Ratio = 120 . Max.19: Development Controls For Other Community Facilities S. i) In the existing cremation grounds. BURIAL GROUND & CEMETERY At present there are 59 cremation grounds and 4 graveyards (qabristans) of the MCD and Delhi Waqf Board has 53 burial grounds.0 lakh population for a cremation ground and 1 ha per 10 lakh population for a cemetery and burial ground. launderer. 1. Maternity Home. Retail Shop.0 ha per 5. Bank extension counter. ii) In proposed urban extension new burial grounds/ crematorium/ cremation grounds / cemetery etc. Staff accommodation. Height Other Controls 1 26mts 2 b) At sub city level in 25% urban extension 100 15 mts including shikhara 26 mts. Primary Health Centre/Family Welfare Centre/ Pediatric Centre/ Geriatric Centre/ Diagnostic Centre Dispensary A premise having facilities for treating indoor and outdoor patients having upto 10-15 beds. confectionery. It may be managed by public. 13. (canteen. vegetable). No Development Controls Max. The plot area to be about 1. It includes family welfare centre & maternity home.10 CREMATION GROUND. books and stationery. 1.
Veterinary Hospital for pet animals and birds 8. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). Uniform Shop (Upto 15 sqm each) Soft Drink & Snack Stall. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm). Voluntary Service Health Premises having facilities for medical advice and provision of medicines. managed by public/private or charitable institutions. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). examination room. A premise having educational and playing facilities for students upto XII standard. Residence (Upto 20 sqm). store. It may be managed by a public or charitable institution or on community basis. . The centre may be managed by an individual or an institution on commercial or non-commercial basis. A premise with facilities for carrying out various tests for confirmation of symptoms of a disease. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm).122 advice and provision of medicine. Books & Stationery Shop (Upto 15 sqm. it shall be managed by a group of doctors. A premise with facilities for treatment of outdoor patients by a doctor. Dispensary for pet animals and birds 9. A premise having medical facilities for indoor and outdoor patients having upto 50 beds. etc Voluntary Health Service. Clinical Laboratory 7. examination room. Books and Stationery Shop. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm ). Dispensary. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. Bank Extension Counter. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). managed by public or charitable institutions.). reception. A premise having educational and playing facilities for students upto VIII standard. USE PREMISES Pre-Primary/ Nursery/ Montessary/ Creche & Day Care Centre DEFINITION A premise having nursery facilities for infants during day time. Secondary School. Indoor Games Hall. Books & Stationery Shop (Upto 15 sqm. Nursing Home. Table 13. kitchen. In case of polyclinic. staff accommodation. Operation Theater. Primary School 3. Primary School. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). Auditorium.21: Educational Facilities S. This service may also take the form of temporary camp with charitable motive. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. wards. Nursing Home/ Maternity Home 5. A premise having medical facilities for indoor and outdoor treatment of pets animals and birds. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). kitchen. Watch &Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). Administrative Office. NO. Clinic/Polyclinic 6. Clinical Laboratory. wards. Watch &Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). It may be managed by a doctor or a group of doctors on commercial basis. operation theater. Middle School 4. Senior School Secondary Nursery School. Clinic/Poly-Clinic. 1. 2.). X-ray rooms. Soft Drink and Snack Stall. Hospital with Surgeon’s lab. Sr. store. Canteen. A premise having medical facilities for treatment of outdoor patients and other like blood bank etc. ACTIVITIES PERMITTED Creche & Day care Centre. Surgeon’s lab. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm). Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). Canteen. A premise having educational and playing facilities for students upto V standard. reception. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). 4. Nursery School. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. by voluntary institutions. Middle School. Nursery School. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm). office. Soft Drink & Snack Stall. etc. office.
Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Library 8. College (including Professional College) A premise having educational and playing facilities for students of under-graduate & post-graduate courses under a university. record keeping etc. Watch & Ward Residence(upto 20 sqm.. A premise providing facilities for research and development for any specific field. Vocational Institute Training 10. grocery and general merchandise. Post Office Counter facility.g. A premise having training facilities for stenography. Canteen. Bank Extension counter.) residential flat. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Auditorium. Commercial and secretarial training centre Hotel Management Institute A premise with training facilities for short term courses for discipline e. . Bank Extension counter. Residential flat (for maintenance staff). Post Office Counter facility. Auditorium. auditorium. College.). Hostel (only in case of Government Centres). preparatory to the employment in certain profession & trade.). Canteen. 9. Canteen. Books and stationery and chemist shops (Upto 15 sq. Books and stationery and chemist shops (Upto 15 sq. Indoor Games Hall. 7. 5. Secretarial. Post Office Counter Facility. School. Watch & Ward Residence (Upto 20 sqm).). Post Office Counter facility. A premise with facilities for training in discipline of technical nature. Post Office Counter Facility. Auditorium. Auditorium. each) Canteen. correspondence. Institutional Hostel. It shall be run by public/ private body. Books & Stationery Shop (Upto 15 sqm). Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. each) Canteen. 6. Post Office counter facility. Vocational Training Institute. books & stationery. A premise with training facilities for hotel management discipline. Technical Training Centre. Play Ground. It includes training-cum-work centre. launderer. Nursing training etc. barber. It shall be run by a public and charitable institution. canteen. Canteen. It includes all professional disciplines. Bank Extension counter. Chemist Shop (Upto 15 sqm). chemist.(For maintenance staff) Hostel.mt. 12. 11. Commercial. Nursing and Paramedic Institute A premise having a large collection of books for reading and reference for general public or specific class. Bank Extension Counter. Ward & Watch Residence (Upto 20 sqm). Bank Extension Counter. Library. School for Mentally / Physically challenged A premise having educational (formal and vocational) and playing facilities for mentally & physically challenged. Commercial and secretarial training centre. It includes training-cum-workcentre. Books & Stationery Shop (Upto 15 sqm.) canteen. Residential Flat (For maintenance staff). Research and Development Centre Research and Development Centre. Library. Canteen. Retail Shops of area 15 sqm each (confectionery. Indoor Games Hall.). It includes technical school and industrial training institute etc. Technical Training centre / Institute. FAR can be utilized for residential use of essential staff and student accommodation. It shall be run by public or charitable institution on non-commercial basis. exhibition and art gallery. vegetable). Social Welfare Centre. Social welfare centre 13. A premise having facilities for welfare and promotion of community development. Bank Extension Counter. hostel facility (15% of permissible built up area).123 Swimming Pool. Hotel Management Institute. Library. Post Office Extension Counter Facility. Swimming Pool. Exhibition cum sale counter. Upto 20% of max.mt.
Indoor Games Hall. Proper Access safety Norms. conferring degrees in various faculties. or both. launderer. A premise having educational and playing facilities for students upto XII standards it shall have branding facilities for students & may have residences for facility members. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm). (ii) Community Hall-cum-library. books & stationery. and often embodying colleges and similar institutions. Auditorium. Bank Extension Counter. . chemist. vegetable). Post Office Counter Facility. hygienic conditions etc. Library. Swimming Pool. (iii) Dispensary. Institutional Hostel. books & stationery. Post Office Extension Counter Facility. Bank Extension Counter. Residential Flat (For maintenance staff). vegetable). (iv) Health Centre. Nursery School A premise with facilities for training and playing for children preparatory to the school. Institutional Hostel. Canteen. (v) Creche & Day care Centre. to be ensured. examination. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Integrated Residential School. Integrated School / Integrated Residential School Integrated School. The following neighborhood facilities are permissible in nursery school sites according to the layout plan. launderer.C. barber. Retail Shops of area 15 sqm each (confectionery. Play Ground. chemist. Auditorium. (ix) Fine Arts School. of students in many branches of advanced learning. barber. Educational Institution. (x) Maternity Home. Residential Flat (For maintenance staff). The following categories are discontinued in MPD-2021. Retail Shops of area 15 sqm each (confectionery. Nursery Schools are permitted as per Mixed Land Use Policy. (vi) E. 15. (viii) Milk Booth. Indoor Games Hall. grocery and general merchandise. . (vii) Cooperative Store. University Campuses/ and International Education Centre A premise having an educational institution designed for instruction.124 14. (xi) Child Welfare Centre (Charitable). Colleges.).S. Nursery. where no such facilities are available in the vicinity: (i) Post Office.S. 16. grocery and general merchandise. Canteen.
parking facility. Multiple sports events. b. Football and Hockey grounds. a. Multipurpose Hall (Seating capacity 4. d. It may have landscaping. children’s’ corner. Facilities like open Cricket. Community Sports Centre A premise used for Outdoor Games. District Sports Centre A premise for Outdoor games with pavilion stadium structure for and related facilities Level. Retail shops. lavatories and store rooms should be provided. offices. volley ball. badminton.000) for Exhibitions. a. Residential accommodation/ Hostel.000). wave pool. Indoor Stadium with ancillary halls for basket ball. badminton. ACTIVITIES PERMITTED related Commercial component 20% of total floor area. Trade Shows. . c. g.125 Table 13. public toilets etc. etc.Use Premises SL. a training / lap pool. NO. f. Besides. bank. volleyball. at Division Level. Skating Rinks. etc. amenities for small change rooms. USE PREMISES Divisional Sports Centre DEFINITION A premise for Outdoor and Indoor games with pavilion buildings. etc.000 with ancillary halls for basketball. Facilities for Outdoor Sports like Cricket. Multiuse Stadium (Seating capacity 15. Hockey Grounds etc. Sports academy for multiple sports events. Banquets. tabletennis. Indoor stadium sitting capacity 4. can also be made. Skating Rinks. and Indoor buildings. etc. hydrotherapy pool. children’s’ corner. Sports Medicine Centre. Jogging track. c. Provision for extreme sports like skate boarding. b. Football and Hockey grounds. Jogging track. diving pool which can also be used for Water Polo and Synchronized swimming as well as other aquatic recreational facilities like waterslides. These can have facilities like open Cricket. d. Volleyball courts. In these some provision for extreme sports like skate boarding.. can also be provided. Cricket practice nets. spectators at District 3.22: Sports Facilities . table tennis. Aquatic Centre (covered or otherwise with full size competition pool. e.. Football. 1. At least one of these can be designed for a sports academy/ sports training centre for multiple sports events with residential accommodation/ hostel. Sports 2. post office. swimming pool. Cricket practice nets. etc. stadium structure for spectators and related facilities. Multi Gym.
Table 13.mt). A premise with facility for postal Head post office. Radio and television station. 5. USE PREMISES Police post DEFINITIONS ACTIVITIES PERMITTED 2. residential flat (for maintenance staff). Telegraph office. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq m).m) hostel. It may include some hostel accommodation for artists. essential staff . Transmission Tower and wireless station Satellite and TeleCommunication Centre A premise having facilities for central operation of telephone system for a designated area. A premise with facilities for recording. watch and ward residence (upto 20sq m). 3. A premise used for installation of a tower for communication purposes. A premise having facilities for Police Station. on smaller scale as compared to a police station. research and development of data residential flat (for maintenance relating to weather and forecasting staff). watch and ward residence from a number of post offices (upto 20 sq. essential staff police post of a temporary nature or housing. 6. NO. Telephone Exchange Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. attached to it. NO. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq m) research laboratory. thereof. canteen. A premise with facilities of post office counter only (without post delivery) A premise with facility for postal and telegraphic communication. library and canteen. 1. A premise with facilities for Observatory and weather office.126 Table 13.23: Communication Facilities S. broadcast and transmission of news and other programmes through the respective medium. Observatory & Weather Office Satellite and telecommunication centre. Transmission tower. 7.) canteen. USE PREMISES POST OFFICE Post office Counter (without delivery) Post and Telegraph office (Booking & Delivery) General and Head Post Office with Administrative office with/without delivery office TELEPHONE Telephone Exchange Radio & Television Station DEFINITION ACTIVITIES PERMITTED 2. transmission facilities like towers. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq mt). 1.24: Security Facilities S. Police station A premise having facility for a local Police Post. canteen. A premise with facilities for research & development of satellite & telecommunication technology. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq. 4. general post and telecommunication to and office. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq mt). 8. Post office counter.
canteen. indoor. 10. detention. housing. USE PREMISES DEFINITIONS Premises with lesser degree of facilities for fire fighting. A premise of temporary structures Temporary traffic and police having facilities for the managing of control room. An area having facilities for work Police line and related logistics. 11. outdoor games. books and stationary. Jail 7. training of paramilitary forces. A premise having facility for fire fighting for a catchment area assigned to it. bank counter. merchandise. NO. Civil defense and home guards etc. barber. chemist. auditorium. bank extension counter. post office counter facility. bank extension counter. District Police Office and Battalion 4. retail shops of area 15sq mt each. traffic. grocery. confinement and reform of criminals under the law A premise having facilities for Training institute/college. Fire station with . hostel. Police Training Institute/ College 8. Police Line 6. Fire station residential flat (for 3. extension counter. & law and order related issues. organization for internal defence. canteen. Table 13. bank 3. confectionery. and residential accommodation of paramilitary forces. A premise having facility for fire ACTIVITIES PERMITTED 1. A premise having facilities for Civil Defence & Home guard offices and other functions of civil residential flat (for maintenance staff) hostel play ground.25: Safety – Fire S. Fire post Fire post 2. vegetable. related logistics. Fire station Fire station residential flat (for maintenance staff). service workshop. playground.127 offices of local police post. Police Firing Range Traffic and Police Control Room 9. swimming pool. Forensic science laboratory A premise having facilities for the District Police Office and Civil offices and paramilitary forces. residential flat (for maintenance staff). forces. laundry. It may include residence of essential staff. A premise having facility for Forensic science laboratory and application of medical knowledge. canteen. Defence & Home Guard residential flat (For maintenance staff) Hostel Play Ground. A premise having facilities for Police firing range (Temporary firing practice of the paramilitary Structure only). The post may be attached to specific premises with fire prone activities. A premise with facilities for Jail and related logistics. canteen.
open grounds for practice and relief camps.).) Care taker office. All structures shall be temporary in nature. It includes residence of essential staff. A premise with facility for rearing and processing of poultry products. Table 13. training centre for disaster preparedness. Dairy farm. 2. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq m) etc. Disaster Management Centre A premise having facility of disaster emergency backup. Booking office. Fire training centre. staff residences.26: Distributive Services S.128 essential residential accommodation Fire Training Institute fighting for a catchment area assigned to it. Gas godown . NO. USE PREMISES Milk Booth/Milk and Fruit & Vegetable Booth/Delhi Milk Supply Booth Dairy Farm DEFINITIONS ACTIVITIES PERMITTED A premise with basic facility for Booth/ built structure for display the supply of daily groceries to and sale of dairy products/ fruits and vegetables etc. A premise with facility for rearing and processing of piggery products. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. communication centre. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. store/ godown. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. 4. etc.). Piggery 5. building collapse etc. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. It may have temporary structures for sheds of birds. wireless communication etc. hospital. A premise with facility of retail storage of SKO/LDO for supply to local population. hospital facility. hostels. LPG godown including booking office SKO/LDO outlets 7. store/ godown. storing and supply of LPG to local population. hostels. A premise for the booking.) All structures shall be temporary in nature. A premise having the facility of wholesale storage of LPG. Poultry farm. Gas godown. godown. hostel (for employees).). Disaster management training centre. watch and ward residence (upto 20 sq m) etc. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. service workshop. It may have temporary structures for sheds of pigs. staff residences. open practice grounds. 4. fire station. 3. 5. 6. 1.) All structures shall be temporary in nature. maintenance staff). watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. Piggery shed. Booking office. fire station. A premise having facilities of training for emergency times in case of fire. the local population. It may have temporary structures for sheds of animals and birds. Poultry Farm A premise with facility for rearing and processing of dairy products.
spiritual and religious discourse centre. Recreational club. Residence (upto 20 sqm. auditorium and Fair Ground. Auditorium. Banquet Hall 7.129 Table 13. ACTIVITIES PERMITTED Community Hall.) Residential flat (for maintenance staff). marriages.) Soft Drink and Snack Stall. A premise having facilities for self attainment. A premise having facilities for audience seating and a stage for performance and open to sky. cooking facilities and other logistics. Fire Post. Museum Museum. exhibition centre and art gallery. Multipurpose Community Hall Multipurpose Community Hall for marriages. Exhibition-cumFair Ground 11. hostel. indoor and outdoor games facilities club. Open air theater 8. swimming pool. Residential Flat (for maintenance staff) Exhibition Centre (Temporary in nature) Restaurant. meditation. Watch & Ward auditorium and open air theatre. watch and ward residence(up to 20 sq mt). small public gathering.27: Socio-Cultural and Community Facilities S. community functions. canteen. community functions. 3.) canteen. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. functions etc. USE PREMISES Community Hall DEFINITIONS A premise having an enclosed space for various social and cultural activities of neighborhood of 10. A premise with facilities for storage and exhibition of objects illustrating antiques. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. small public gathering. Exhibition Centre and exhibition centre and art gallery. dance and dramatics. spiritual and religious discourse etc. Open Air theatre. 10. A premise with halls which may include provision for marriages. Yoga centre. Museum. A premise having an enclosed space to seat audience and stage for various performances like concerts. play. A premise having facilities for the exhibition and display and other cultural activities for a group of participants. Museum. eating joint.000 population.) canteen. A premise having facilities for imparting training and coaching for music. Music. achieving higher quality of mind and body. bank Extension counter facility. recitals. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. etc. 5. Music Dance and Drama Training Centre Yoga Meditation. swimming pool. watch and ward residence (up to 20 sq mt). Post Office counter facility.) canteen.) . NO. A premise having the facility for recreation with indoor sports. socializing and gathering space for small functions with restaurant. marriages. Combination of Museum. 2. and library etc. dance and drama training centre. 6. A premise to hold small public gatherings. Police Post. auditorium. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. Auditorium 9. Hall for small public gatherings. Spiritual and Religious Discourse Centre Recreational Club 4. Art Gallery Auditorium and Open Air theatre. natural history. art etc. Soft Drink & snack Stall. outdoor sports. soft drink and snack stall. 1.
post and telegraph office. 20. cafeteria. Library. public agency. Bank Extension Counter Facility. It may or staff). 22. library. Rain Basera (Night Shelter) Night Shelter and related logistics. 16. 14. Exhibition and Art Gallery. Exhibition Centre and Art Gallery. bank. A premise with facility for cultural and information services for an institution. 21. exhibition centre. Canteen. 15. A premise having the facility of Flexible use given to a primary Adult Education Centre formal education and training to school. soft drink and snack other social functions and run by bar (up to 15 sq m). Dharamshala and its equivalent . and maintenance boarding of children who are management bereaved of parents. Reformatory and A premise with facilities for Reformatory and Orphanage. soft drinks and snack bar (upto 15 sq m). Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Bank Extension Counter Facility Auditorium. Baratghar A premise used for marriages and Barat ghar. and country. personnel service shops of barber and launderer. Canteen. symposium etc. Dance. Planetarium Cultural and Information Centre. state. Hostel. A premise having the facility of watching and observing the sky and universe and information dissemination. voluntary or individual on primarily non commercial basis. watch and may not have educational ward residence (upto 20 sq m). Reformatory A premise with facilities for Reformatory confinement and reform of Residential Flat (For maintenance staff). Music. 17. Planetarium. community centre or any such community building. 18. restaurant. Auditorium (Up to 500 seating capacity) Library. 13. Dharmshala. Social and Cultural Institute.130 open air theatre Cultural and Information Centre 12. International Convention Centre. where a number of different countries will be participating. primary school. Social and Cultural A premise with facilities for Institute activities of socio-cultural nature run by a public. watch and ward residence (up to 20 sq mt). residential flat (for maintenance staff). and Orphanage.) Soft Drink & Snack Stall. watch & ward residence (upto 20 sqm. and Drama Training Centre. Personnel Service offenders. Watch & Ward Residence (up to 20 sqm. It may run by local government or voluntary agencies. Museum.) Hostel. A premise having the facility for providing the night accommodation to individuals without any charges or with token charges. shop (upto 15 sqm. facilities.). residence (for Orphanage A premise having the facility of Hostels. adults with flexible timings. Restaurant. 19. a premise providing temporary accommodation for short duration on no profit basis. International Convention Centre A premise having all facilities for a conference. meeting.).
watch and ward residence (up to 20 sq m). A premise with facilities for burying of dead bodies. Gurudwara.public A premise used for cleaning and Overhead utility premises drying of clothes and linen by Tank. Hostel. Table 13.). 25. Dhallao and Dustbin. A premise with facilities for disposing off the dead bodies in furnace operated by electricity or other energy sources except wood. It may or may not have educational facilities. Personnel Service shop (upto 15 sqm. Mosques. retail shops of Wood.). Dhobi Ghat. Oxidation Pond. 3. 24. Church. A premise dedicated to accommodations and service of gods or other objects of religious nature. 4. A premise with facilities of performing last rites of dead bodies by burning. A premise having the facility of caring and training the unprivileged ones. 23. (i) Temple (ii) Mosque (iii) Church (iv) Gurdwara (v) Synagogue (vi) Ashram (vii) Bathing Ghat (viii) Gaushala (ix) Dargah (x) Charitable Dispensary (xi) Library tank. 1.28: Cremation Ground. Gaushala. electric Sub-station. Burial Ground & Cemetery S. USE PREMISES Burial ground Cremation ground DEFINITIONS A premise with facilities for burying of dead bodies. Cremation Ground Cemetery and Crematorium. 2. ACTIVITIES PERMITTED Burial Ground. Synagogue. Old Age Home/Care Centre for Physically / Mentally challenged / Working women/men Hostel Religious Premises/Building Care home with residential facility. boarding of children who are bereaved of parents. Underground Dhobi ghat . Septic Tank Sewerage Pumping station. Cemetery Crematorium . Public Toilet & Urinal. primary school. It may have different nomenclature in different religions like Temple (All Faiths). Ashram. NO. Residential Flat (For maintenance staff). washerman. flowers and related materials. residence (for management and maintenance staff).131 Orphanage confinement and reform of offenders. Watch & Ward Residence (upto 20 sqm. Bathing Ghat.
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