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1.1 Prohibition to construction without sanction: No person shall carry out any erection, re-erection, additions or alterations to any building or cause the same without obtaining a separate building sanction for such building from the Board or the Executive Officer as the case may be. Also obtain a commencement certificate from the Executive Officer thereafter. (Refer Section 179 of Cantonment Act 1924 duly amended).
1.2 NOTICE UNDER SECTION 179 OF THE CANTONMENTS ACT 1924 (DULY AMENDED): Every person who intends to erect or re-erect or make additions or alterations in any place in a building shall give notice in writing to the Executive Officer or Board of his intentions in the prescribed form and such notice shall be accompanied by plans and statements in requisite copies, along with a sum of Rs.1, 000/- towards scrutiny charges to be paid in cash or Demand Draft in the favour of the Cantonment Executive Officer, Cantonment Board Khadki.
1.3 After due scrutiny of the building plans the applicant shall be required to pay the development charges @:
(a) Rs.Five per sq.ft.of proposed built up area for residential area.
(b) Rs.Ten per sq.ft of proposed built up area for commercial area.
1.4 The plan may be ordinary prints on ferro paper azolite ammonia or any other type. Two sets of such plans shall be retained in the office of the Board for record after the issue of sanction or a refusal.
1.5 Normally three copies of the plan and the statement shall be made available along with the notice for the buildings located inside the civil area and four copies for the building located outside the civil area.
1.6 In case of the building schemes where the clearance is required from other authorities number of the copies of the plans required shall be decided by the Executive Officer.
1.7 Period for completion of the building: The erection or the re-erection of a building should be completed within a period of one year from the date of its commencement. The work should commence within a period of one year from the date of issue of sanction otherwise the sanction issued will be treated as cancelled. In case of non-completion of a building within one year from the date of commencement, one extension of one year may be granted by the Cantonment Executive Officer or the Board as the case may be under Section 183-A of the Cantonment Act 1924 (duly amended) on merits.
In exceptional cases another extension of one year, may be granted on merits. No building erected or re-erected shall not be occupied before obtaining a completion certificate from the Cantonment Executive Officer. If the building is occupied without getting a completion certificate, the occupancy will be treated as un-authorised and the occupant shall be punishable as per the provision of the Byelaws.
Applicable Sections of Cantonment Act 1924,duly amended
Section 179
Section 180
Section 181
Section 181-A
Section 184
Section 185
Section 186
Section 191
Section 194
Section 256
Section 274
General Scheme (F.S.I.) Sanction by the GOC-IN –C, SC Dated 26TH March 1984.
Revised Land Policy Framed by Govt.of India, MOD. Dated 9TH February 1995.
S.R.O.NO.146 DATED 28 JUNE 1966.
S.R,.O. 146 ‘ The following bye-laws for regulating the erection or re-erection of building in Khadki Cantonment made by the Cantonment Board, Khadki in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 186 of the Cantonment Act 1924 (Sect.1924) and in supersession of the bye-laws published under Defence Department Notification No.1826 dated the 8th November 1941 are hereby published for general information the same having been previously published, and having been approved and confirmed by the Central Government as required by sub-section.
(1) of Section 284 of the said Act, namely:-
Byelaws for regulating the erection or re-erection of buildings in the Khadki Cantonment
  1. In theses byelaws, ‘Form means a form appended to these bye-laws.
  2. Every person intending to erect or re-erect a building, shall apply for sanction by giving notice in writing to the Board under section 179 of the Cantonment Act 1924 in Form C ‘A’ signed by himself and submit the following documents and plans:-
    1. In case the applicant is not the owner of the building, a certificate in form ‘B’ from the owner.
    2. A plan of the building and a site plan, each in triplicate, if the site on which the building is proposed to be erected or re-erected is inside the civil area, and in quadruplicate if the site is outside the notified civil area.
  3. The site plan shall be drawn to a scale of not less than 5 meters to a centimeter and shall shown on it.
    1. The scale used-
    2. The direction of the North point
    3. The position of adjacent streets, vacant lands and drains,
    4. The names, if any, and the width of all the streets on which the site abuts, the numbers of and the actual distance from, the adjoining or fixtures, if any, and
    5. The line of frontage of the adjoining buildings.
    6. The position and dimensions of all projections beyond the outer walls of the buildings.
    7. The position of all proposed and existing drains, urinals, well latrines, fire places, kitchen, bathroom, gutters and down spouts with means of access to service latrine.
    8. The position, dimensions and means of ventilation and access to the several parts of such building.
    9. In the case of a building intended
  4. The building plan shall be drawn and signed by a Survey Engineer Architect of Structural Designer licensed by the Board and shall be to a scale of not less than one meter to a centimeter. The building plan shall include a ground and plan a sectional elevation and shall clearly show-
    1. The external dimensions of the building.
    2. The plans and sections of to be used as dwelling house for two or more families, the portion to be used by each family clearly demarcated as such indicating the use of every room, such as bed room, kitchen, and like.
    3. In the case of building intended to be used for carrying on trade or business or as a place of public resort the means of egress and ingress.
    4. The materials to be used in the building and description of the proposed method of drainage sanitary fittings and water supply.
    5. The purpose for which the building and part of the building is intended to be used
    6. The existing building to be retained in white lines and existing building to be demolished in yellow lines and
    7. All new work, in red colour or in red lines.
  5. Every person who erects a building, the whole or any part of which is intended for human habitation shall provide adequate facilities for water supply and adequate number of urinals latrines and bath rooms as the Board may direct in each case. The position and design of the latrines and urinals shall be subject to the approval of the Health Officer of the Board. The applicant shall provide one latrine for every 20 persons or less.
  6. Down-take pipes and drains for the carriage or waste or sullage water from the building proposed to be erected or re-erected shall be made of impervious material and shall be connected to the nearest public drain.
  7. No room intended to be used for human habitation shall have a length or a width of less than 3.5 metres and a height of 2.5 metres at the caves in the case of pent roofs and 3 metre in the case of flat-roofs. Pents roof shall not slope down at an angle greater than 30.
  8. Every building proposed to be erected or re-erected and having more than one floor shall have a stair case of width of not less than one metre.
  9. Every building proposed to be newly erected shall have a vacant space, all around at least 2.5 metres wide, provided that nothing in this bye-law shall apply to buildings to be erected in sites situated in any notified civil area.
  10. The plinth of every building proposed to be erected or re-erected shall be at least 0.5 metre above ground level and a cement concrete coping of thickness of a least 3.5 centimetres shall be provided between the plinth and the superstructure.
  11. No part of any building proposed to be erected or re-erected shall be used as a godown shall be constructed unless the floor of such part is made of stone, concrete or other impervious material upto a depth of at least 0.5 metre from ground level.
  12. No building shall be erected or re-erected for the purpose of housing any bank, shop, hotel factory, school, hospital or workshop in any residential bungalow site situated outside the notified civil area unless:
  13. No houses to be erected or re-erected shall have more than 3 storeys or shall a height exceeding 15metres from the plinth level.
    Provided that where the Board is satisfied that construction of more than three storeys is not structurally detrimental to the building and does not interefere with the easementary and other rights neighbouring buildings, it may allow the construction of 4 storeys or permit the building to be raised to a height of 20 metres.
  14. Where an upper storeys is to be constructed, the walls on the ground floor shall not less than 35 centimetres in thickness if the height of the building does not exceed 8 metres and not less than 45 centimetres in thickness if the height of the building is greater. In the case of partition walls on which the weight of the roof does not fall, the thickness may no over, be less than 25 centimetres.
  15. For single story buildings the outer walls not be less than 35 centimetres in thickness.
  16. All walls shall be made of stone or brick in lime or cement.
  17. Balconies shall not be allowed to project on vacant land, but they may be allowed to project on streets up to a maximum width of I metre and at a height of not less than 4 metres from the ground level such permission may be granted only where further extension is impossible.
    Provided ‘that the restriction regarding height of 4 metres may be relaxed by the Board in respect of existing buildings on which upper storeys are proposed to be constructed. Steps for ingress into or egress from a building shall be provided within the plinth area itself.
  18. Eaves above doors and windows may be allowed to extend to an extent of not more than 0.5 metre beyond the outer walls.
  19. A sloping roof may be allowed to extend, not more than 0.5 metre form the outer wall provided that sufficient arrangement has been made for the carriage of storm water from the roof to a drain.
  20. No construction work shall be commenced unless a notice in Form ‘C’ duly singed by the owner or-the Engineer supervising the work is tendered at the office of the Board.
  21. No building erected or re-erected shall be occupied unless a notice of completion is obtained from the Executive Officer.
  22. The plan sanctioned by the Board shall be adhered to in every detail.
    Provided that a variation of any internal dimension by not more than 15 centimetres shall not be considered as a deviation from the sanctioned plan.
    Provided further that any unforeseen internal deviation such as re-positioning of doors and windows, which is necessitated by requirements of building and of which previous notice has been tendered to the Executive officer by the owner, shall be deemed to have been regularized if the owner submits a final plan on completion of the work showing clearly the deviation.
  23. Breach of any of these bye-laws shall on conviction by a Magistrate, be punishable with a fine extending to one hundred rupees and in the case of a continues after conviction for the first such breach
  24. All buildings shall be provided with iron gutters and down spouts to carry off rain water from the roof chajjas or other projections, Gutters and down spouts shall be securely fixed and they shall. dischange into the surface drains by means of an enbow piece, the orifice being not more than 30 centimetres above the level of the bed of the drain and discharging in the direction of the flow of the drain.
    1. Every Latrine in the ground floor be provided with a sweeper’s passage measuring I, metre in length and 1 meter in width and door will be affixed at a suitable place in any of the walls of this passage to facilitate removal of the soil from the pan.
    2. No latrines shall be less than 1.5 meters in length and 1 metre in width.
Where as is necessary for the prevention of overcrowding in Khadki Cantonments to impose restrictions under Section 181 A of the Cantonments Act. 1924.
And where as public notice inviting objections has been issued in this behalf.
And where as I have carefully considered all the objections received in replay to the public notice.
And where as I am satisfied that such a scheme of restrictions is necessary to prevent overcrowding in Khadki Cantonment.
Now There fore in exercise of the powers vested in me under under Sections 181 A of the Cantonments Act 1924, I hereby sanction the following scheme of restrictions: -
  • The permissible Floor Space Index shall be 1 in the Civil area notified under section 43A of the Cantonment Act and bazaar area notified under Rule 2(b) of the Cantonment Land Administration Rules 1937 and 0.5 in the remaining areas of Khadki Cantonment.
  • Marginal open space along the periphery of land or plot shall be 4.5 metres minimum for sites in areas other than the civil area and bazaar area.
  • The height of all buildings including public/Government buildings will be restricted to a maximum of 18 meters.
  • The maximum number of storeys permissible shall be ground plus two floors in all areas of the Cantonment.
This order will come into force with immediate effect.
DATE: 26Th Mar.1984

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