Colour-Coded Zonal Map For NOCs For Building Plans Permits in Delhi
Aimed at faster issuance of no-objection certificates (NOCs) for property construction, Delhi’s three municipal corporations have started using colour-coded zonal map. The map has been developed in collaboration with the Geo-Spatial Delhi Limited (GSDL) to push ease of doing business.
How will the map help?
The Online Building Plan Approval and Management System (OBPAMS), that was introduced in 2016 has already simplified the construction-permit system by eliminating manual efforts. The launch of colour-coded zonal map is another step towards hassle-free processing.
Analysing the guidelines for NOC requirements is the first of the many steps involved in the sanctioning of construction permits which takes place online nowadays. Launch of a single super-imposed colour-coded zonal map will help ascertain the requirement of nature and extent of NOC for a particular property in fraction of a minute.
Once you click of a location, the map will quickly offer reliable information on the requirement for an NOC, with the help of longitude and latitude. Architects and those wanting to construct a building are likely to benefit from this move.
Hurrying it up
Several external departments, which are responsible for granting construction approvals, have also been integrated with the online common application form (CAF) module. They include the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the National Monuments Authority (NMA), the Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC), the Delhi Jal Board (DJB), the Delhi Fire Service, the Chief Inspector of Factory, the Heritage Conservation Committee and the Airports Authority of India (AAI).
The new move demands a period of maximum of 30 days for issuance of construction permits, out of which 15 days are required for all the NOCs of external agencies and other 15 days for processing and sanctioning at the end of municipal corporations.
Many of the NOCs from external agencies, required earlier during sanction of plan such as the DJB or power distribution companies have been dispensed with.
With inputs from Housing News