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Redevelopment Procedure & Guide line & Rules & Law  (44 Responses)
 Subject Redevelopment Procedure & Guide line & Rules & Law
 Main Point 1)Process of Redevelopment 2)procedure of Redevelopment 3) Guideline & Rules of Redevelopment 4) Laws of redevelopment 5) Individual Member's Right incase of Redevelopment
 Category Redevelopment of Buildings
 Message Dear Sir , pls explain on the following issue 1)Process of Redevelopment 2)procedure of Redevelopment 3) Guideline & Rules of Redevelopment 4) Laws of redevelopment 5) Individual Member's Right incase of Redevelopment 6) Area to be given on redevelopement
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   44    alkkesh,     Nov 02, 2011
 
          what is procdure for private setor redevlopment.  when our fsi is used by builder how much area should we get according goverment and what are rules please help us
          
          
     
       43    deepak Negandhi,     Oct 20, 2011
     
              individual member's right incase of redevloment in mumbai suruban
              
              
       
         42    Dinesh Loke,     Oct 20, 2011
       
                Redevelopment is carried out in various methods.Its a utilisation of FSI granted to CHS by goverment of Mahrashtra  authorities e.g MHADA.
      Current FSI index used is 3 means you can utilise total contruction area equals to 3 times than your current plot area accoring to City survey number.

      There are diffrent schemes of goverment e.g SRA 33(10),33(7),33(9) for more details you have to read details DCR guidelines for the above 3 scemes.

      Below mentioned are standard steps of Redevolopment.

      STAGES OF REDEVELOPMENT[/CENTER]

      1. Offer letter to the society
      2. Terms and conditions with the society
      3. Agreement with the society
      4. Sanction from MCGM in favour of the society
      5. Loading of TDR in the society’s name
      6. Obtaining the IOD
      7. Shifting of the members
      8. Demolition of the building
      9. Obtaining the CC
      10. Construction of the new building
      11. Obtaining the OC
      12. Shifting the old members



                
                
         
           41    Vittal Shetty Secretary,     Oct 18, 2011
         
                  Wanted. To know as what is the procedure for redevelopment of old building
                  
                  
           
             40    seshadri.,     Sep 07, 2011
           
                    What are the minimum facilities a developer has to provide in case of cessed buildig?(1936 cessed building)

          What is the minimum extra carpet area a builder has to provide.
          What is the minimum corpese fund to be provided in real value terms.
          (Eg.In any bmc ward like F ward any fixed rate is to provided or should it be on the basis of bargain)
          The minimum rent to be provided
          Are these defined by the government.
          Please clarify.
          Will feel ibliged.
          seshadri
                    
                    
             
               39    Kris,     Sep 02, 2011
             
                     

            Dear Sir,

            I would like to highlight mine issue pls guide me further how to take stand to resolve our issue .Currently our building is going in to redevelopment process.In last week society had organised general body meeting in presence of registar and also has video shooting.All society flat owners are ready for re-development.Now issue is as such offers provided to flat owners are very good and comparitevly we shop keepers are being treated as tenants(Pagdi system) and our concerns are least bothered,nor they called any of shop keepers for meeting except 2 who has done registration.Now they have provided us the circular saying we are going into re-development and you will be getting so & so facility which is less compared to flats owners.Dear sir pls help me way how to fight against these society members to get proper offer in re-development and also let me know if above steps taken by society can be broken or not.Pls note we 19 shop owners(Tenanats) are together and also started meeting to fight against society.Pls show me proper way how to fight legally against society & builder.However if builder/society agress to our terms & condition how do i ensure proper doc/signature to be obtained from builder /society before goining into redevelopmet.Pls guide because we will be having meeting soon..

             

                      
                      
               
                 38    Dinesh,     Aug 28, 2011
               
                        individual members right incase of redelopment
                        
                        
                 
                   37    Bharat Shah,     Aug 27, 2011
                 
                          I am legal heir of decessed tenant of a premises which are now being developed jointly by owner and his builder. Apart from other points like: 1. Area 2. Corpus Fund 3. Rent for the temporary accommodation Shall i insist for Bank Guarantee from owner? Owner is not willing to provide bank guarantee to any of the tenants. What shall we do?
                          
                          
                      Raju Tirmalle,   Aug 30, 2011
                     
                             Mr. Shah, As per guidelines by Maharashtra Govt. Developer ( Whoever it may be) must give bank guarantee while submitting papers to concern authorities. Before going to all this. Try to establish a PROPOSED HOUSING CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY of Tenants and get it registered.
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                     36    sudhir pawar,     Aug 10, 2011
                   
                            Dear sir,
                  we have reg co op housing society at here Baramati , Dist Pune .
                  Having vekent( empty  land without any structure ) on society name and plot alloted to all members. As we all members are not capable for developing our plot in society .we are planning to appoint a developer & hand over entire land to him, so that we can get ready developed property for all our members. can u help us  by suggesting the way for it, also help us by giving us govt gide lines & rules .

                  regards

                  sudhir pawar
                            
                            
                        DILIP V KAMAT,   Aug 11, 2011
                       
                               you may please contact me dilip.v.kamath@gmail.com 9821226893
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                       35    B.Chakrapani,     Jul 08, 2011
                     
                              Sir, I have given my 35 yrs old Housing board flats which has 21 grounds area, it was demolished and reconstructed by builder,in such case I am liable to pay the service tax to the government please give your valuable suggest.
                              
                              
                       
                         34    Harish Rajan Neel,     Jun 10, 2011
                       
                               
                      Dear Sir,
                      How much can middlemen be trusted in property deals?  My family owns landed property (in Mumbai) with incumberances and compounded by infighting litigation. The 7/12 extract contains the family members names.  A third party has taken possession and is trying to transfer the title deeds to his name and proceeding to sell the property for a huge profit.  A builder claiming to be interested in purchasing the said property in an as is basis has approached individual members of the family through middlemen offering a meager sum to sign off rights / sign conveyances, whilst creating urgency with a set deadline. Can the middlemen be trusted not to dupe the family?  In signing individual conveyances could the family inadvertantly become victims of fraud?

                                
                                
                            pranmitra,   Jun 28, 2011
                           
                                   I need redevelop my old house in tirupur ( tamilnadu) with 7 cent
                          area a old stone construction house of three division and three family
                          staying in it. Right now. I want to redevelop it into 12 to 16
                          members of housing society building by redeveloping it into a
                          co-operative society with new members NOW I REQUIRE a
                          1. An Architect with Edifice in the field of Re-development
                          2. A builder who is willing to invest and Preparation of
                          Tender for Redevelopment in respect of planning, area calculations,
                          legalization and authorization Consultant in Reconstructions,
                          designs and municipal approvals, well acquainted with development
                          rules and regulations municipal respect of planning, area
                          calculations, legalization and authorization Consultant in
                          Reconstructions A civil Engineer Legal Advisor Selection of Developer,
                          Preparation of Feasibility Report


                          MY ADDRESS IN TIRUPUR IS (my plot address is )
                          MITHRA BHAVAN 18 TEACHER COLONY 2ND STREET ANGRIPALAYAM ROAD TIRUPUR TAMIL NADU
                          MITHRA BHAVAN 18 TEACHER COLONY 2ND STREET ANGRIPALAYAM ROAD TIRUPUR TAMIL NADU


                          at present i am in mumbai

                          Pranmitra
                          vrinda building room no 11 plot not 20
                          sainth nagar lbs marg ghatkopar west mumbai 86 mobile no 9819117840
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                           33    Zubairsm,     May 18, 2011
                         
                                  Dear Dilip shah, Any specific information regarding old cessed buildings in south mumbai if it belongs to a trust? like what points to be remember before signing consent letter. What should one demand? any specific clause for trust land? Thanks & regards
                                  
                                  
                           
                             32    Zubairsm,     May 18, 2011
                           
                                    Dear Dilip Shah, Our landloard has given consent later to all tenents along with carpet area to sign by all. My question is 1)Can landloard issue such later without builder? 2)The landloard told that he will redevelop the building from contractors and not builder. is it possible? 3)If i have a carpet area of 575 sq ft can i demand for 753? 4)How much % of additional carpet area tenants can ask for? Thanks & Regards
                                    
                                    
                                Raju Tirmalle,   Aug 23, 2011
                               
                                       Dear Zubair, I am also facing the same problem like yours - i am tenant of very old cessed building, Landlord asking for consent letter saying he will develope the bldg himself. but i think he will not. he may sell this bldg with consent letter to some builder. Sir, please let me know what to do in this situation. If you can pls forward the reply of your query. Thanks
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                                  Zubairsm,   Aug 24, 2011
                                 
                                         Completely agree with Sandy. Do not sign the consent unless the agreement is signed and you are satisified with the terms and condition.
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                                    Raju Tirmalle,   Aug 25, 2011
                                   
                                           Thank you. Sir!!
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                                      DILIP V KAMAT,   Aug 24, 2011
                                     
                                             Please remember that the re-development of the property of the society has to undergo the valuations and then only the offer from the developer has to be considered. Please go in for this approach , so that you safeguard your interest from the market prices of your property and the financial risk involved in signing such proposals. _
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                                      Sandy,   Aug 23, 2011
                                     
                                             Dear Raju, Ask your landlord to give details plan as to what he will offer u in the new constructed building. If your satisfied with his offer ask him to enter an agreement with you specifying details what he has promised you get the same registered with concerned authorities (Registrar Office ) and then sign the consent letter,
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                                   31    harish,     May 10, 2011
                                 
                                          we want to issue a appointment letter to developer for redevelopment of our society will please send a format of that
                                          
                                          
                                   
                                     30    pranmitra,     May 10, 2011
                                   
                                           

                                  I need redevelop my old house in tirupur ( tamilnadu) with 7 cent area a old stone construction house of three division and three family staying in it.  now i want to redevelop it into 12 to 16 members of housing society by redeveloping it into  building  my plot address is  MITHRA BHAVAN 18 TEACHER COLONY 2ND STREET  ANGRIPALAYAM ROAD TIRUPUR TAMIL NADU NOW I REQUIRE

                                   

                                  Project Management Consultant in

                                  Reconstructions, designs and municipal approvals,  well acquainted with development rules and regulations municipal office

                                  Edifice in the field of Re-development Redevelopment.

                                  Project Planning

                                  Process of Redevelopment

                                  An Architect

                                  A civil Engineer

                                  Legal Advisor

                                  Selection of Developer

                                   

                                            
                                            
                                     
                                       29    G.K.K.,     May 05, 2011
                                     
                                              hello Mr. Dilip i am a tenant holding a commercial premises in a building (pagdi system) that is now being redeveloped. i want to know about the following things : 1. What are points of negotiation.? 2. how much additional (commercial) space can i negotiate for? 3. what are my other rights? 4. what other things to be kept in loop?
                                              
                                              
                                       
                                         28    mitesh sheth,     Apr 25, 2011
                                       
                                                1)i m staying at kandivali east 2. my building is built up in 1977 3. we have 50 flat n 3 wing 20 20 10 4. four story each. 5. we have original share certificate only no agreement and building is develope by trust and given on no profit loss based by trust. 6. right now we want to go for redevlopment but we hav folling problem a. we have only share certificate. b. our trust s ready to give sign whr ever required c. trust have purchased a land from party one (u can say xyz) d. xyz had purchased a land from abc. e. now abc have file case in court to trust and claiming some thing which we dont knw. f. our teust is saying tht we have pruchased land from xyz and we have agreement and convencey on same, we have no document of same. 7. we are planning to go for redovlopment with sme builder he is telling I will take care and bring noc from abc owner and do mou first so wht to do pls let me knw wht to do before going mou a key point of mou and redevlope agreement thanks
                                                
                                                
                                            Glenn,   May 09, 2011
                                           
                                                   Documents Required by the society : Conveyance deed Society Registration Certificate General Body Resolution to go for redevelopment. List of member with their respective carpet areas C.T.S. plan & property card for the plot. D.P. remarks, If the property is under TPS scheme then T.P. remarks Copy of municipal approval plans Glenn Fernandes Redevelopment Consultant
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                                              mitesh sheth,   May 09, 2011
                                             
                                                     pls let me knw the step before gong mou with bulider in detail
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                                                Glenn,   May 10, 2011
                                               
                                                       Mithesh most importantly you would need to appoint a PMC (Redevelopment Project Managment Consultants) as per the guidelines of G.R. (Government Regulation) dated 03rd January 2009 issued by the Governemnt of Maharashtra it is now mandatory for all co-operative housing societies, whose members wish to go in for redevelopment to follow certain procedures laid down in this G.R. very stringently, failing which the entire process of redevelopment of their society can fail. You need to get a feasibility report done by the PMC Based on the feasibility report you would know how much benefit can the society churn out from the builder Without the feasibility report the builder can take you for a ride since you would not have deep technical know how into the arhitect layout he would plan Many societies today land up into legal issues later with the builders since they havent taken the first step of appointing a PMC Glenn +91 98335 45366
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                                                  DILIP V KAMAT,   May 27, 2011
                                                 
                                                         I certainly agree with Glen that we need to follow the Govt GR , however each society has a different background ,membership pattern and the solutions on redevelopment have to be tailor made to suit needs of each society. l have been privy to half a dozen societies who have flouted the norms and came into trouble and delayed the whole process.. As a consultant on property matters I strongly feel ,active member participation is a must for success - Dilip Kamat 98212 26893
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                                                    P B Shetty,   May 31, 2011
                                                   
                                                           Now hardly any vacant place available for new constructions but only Redevelopment. In Redevelopment projects, each member must take involve himself to safeguard his interest that the Managing Committee members and Developer should not dupe them. Ex. 1] Vishnu Towers at Mulund. Finally High court ordered to demolish 10 Floors; what will be the fate of family purchased the flats? 2] Sagar Avenue at Santacruz [E] change of plans after approval by the BMC and there are many. One has to be cautious to save himself to avoid run after pillar to post to get justice, hardly one will get
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                                                  Glenn,   May 09, 2011
                                                 
                                                         Hi Mitesh MOST IMPORTANT As per G.R. (Government Regulation) dated 03rd January 2009 issued by the Governemnt of Maharashtra it is now mandatory for all co-operative housing societies to appoint a P.M.C. (Project Management Consultant) to carry out a proper FEASIBILITY REPORT, whose members wish to go in for redevelopment to follow certain procedures laid down in this G.R. very stringently, failing which the entire process of redevelopment of their society can fail. FEASIBILITY REPORT is a means of determining the existing plot potential after checking all the papers available with the society, vis-a-vis the actual area in possession of the members. The FEASIBILITY REPORT will determine the benefits that the members of the building will get from any developer, in terms of Extra Area, Corpus, Rent & any other benefit. You can write to contact@redevelopmentpmc.com to appoint a redevelopment consultant
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                                             27    suraj,     Mar 23, 2011
                                           
                                                    hi sir,
                                                    i want to know  . what the document and detail  once should have so that one can easily get  into re- development kindly help me with  with all kind  paper work
                                                    
                                                    
                                             
                                               26    Bhavin Sheth,     Mar 17, 2011
                                             
                                                     

                                            Dear Sh. Dilipbhai,

                                             

                                            I was googling on net for redevelopment of houses. Luckily I got your reference from Karmayoga site (http://www.karmayog.org/messages/message.aspx?id=2256). I think you may please help me and that’s why this email to you.

                                             

                                            I am resident of a society (having three buildings of three floor and six apartments in each building) at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The society is approx. 40-45 years old and needs high maintenance. That’s why we approached couple of builders to understands their scheme of redevelopment.

                                             

                                            I need your help to understand precautions to be taken before going for the same. Also any rules/contracts to be discussed with contractor on the same. Also request you to guide me, as one of our society member (out of 18) is not agree with the scheme/offer from builder. Actually initially he was not in favor of redevelopment.  But after some time he agreed but wants higher payback/money from builder/society as he is living on ground floor.

                                                      
                                                      
                                               
                                                 25    Bharat V Parikh,     Mar 12, 2011
                                               
                                                       

                                              I am a member of Registered society. Conveyance deed of our socierty is over last year, but till date property card is not transfered in the name of the society. Now we are in the process of Redevelopment of the society property. Memebers of the commiitte is of the opinion that the transfer of property card will be done after giving property for Recdevelopment purpose. Is it correct, why ? Please advise.

                                                        
                                                        
                                                 
                                                   24    Bharat V Parikh,     Mar 12, 2011
                                                 
                                                         

                                                I am a member of Registered society. Conveyance deed of our socierty is over last year, but till date property card is not transfered in the name of the society. Now we are in the process of Redevelopment of the society property. Memebers of the commiitte is of the opinion that the transfer of property card will be done after giving property for Recdevelopment purpose. Is it correct, why ? Please advise.

                                                          
                                                          
                                                      Dilip Shah,Andheri, West   Mar 12, 2011
                                                     
                                                             

                                                    Mr. Bharat V. Parikh

                                                    Unless the Property is officially transferred and recorded on the Proeperty Card, the Property should not be handed over to the Developer.

                                                    Why the Managing Committee is so much in a hurry to handover the property to the Developer for redevelopment without the property is lawfully transferred and a documentary evidence in form of Property Card is issued to the Society before all the members vacate the Society.

                                                    As you have stated that the procedure of Conveyance Deed was completed one year before then why there was no follow up with the concerned dept. of BMC to procure the Property Card?

                                                    The Management Committee should first protect the corporate interest of the members of the Society than of the Developer.

                                                    Dilip Shah
                                                    Counselor and Analyst for Redevelopment of Housing Societies
                                                    dilip7shah@gmail.com
                                                    9819825752
                                                    32411533

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                                                     23    jitendra mehta,     Mar 10, 2011
                                                   
                                                            what's care should be taken for approving consent letter prepared by landlord for redevelopment of tenancy bldgs.?
                                                            
                                                            
                                                        Dilip Shah,Andheri, West   Apr 26, 2011
                                                       
                                                               REDEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING SOCIETIES: LETTER OF CONSENT TO BE FURNISHED BY A MEMBAR OF THE HOUSING SOCIETY The Government of Maharashtra has issued a Circular bearing No. CHS 2007/CR554/14-C, Co-operation, Marketing and Textiles Department Date: 3rd January 2009 contains a directive under Section 79 (A) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act 1960 for all the Co-operative Housing Societies in the State of Maharashtra regarding the Redevelopment of Buildings of Co-operative Housing Societies. In accordance with the above guidelines and series of meetings of the members of the Society, the Managing Committee elected as per provisions of Bye-Laws and lawfully formed, are required to complete the process of finalizing the selection of the Builder/Developer with common consensuses of the house and thereafter, the members have to tender their irrevocable consent letter as per the format given below. The irrevocable consent letter has to be signed by the members acknowledging their consent for redevelopment. The letter, as the name suggests, is a written consent given by the members for going ahead with the demolition of their existing building and constructing a new building. They also have to give their consent for moving out of the property and shifting to an alternate accommodation for the duration of the construction period. Members are required to take a note that the consent once given by them for redevelopment cannot be withdrawn later as the Mumbai High Court, while dismissing the petition in one case, worded that "The objective of redevelopment of old and dilapidated buildings will never be achieved if such withdrawals are taken cognizance of and permitting such withdrawals will also encourage members of societies to use it as a weapon to blackmail Developers” It was further remarked that the belated withdrawal of consent by members is inconsequential." Formatted by Dilip Shah Counselor and Analyst for Redevelopment of Housing Societies dilip7shah@gmail.com 9819825752, 32411533 CONSENT LETTER FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING SOCIETIES From: ………………… (Address) Date…………. To, 1. The Chairman …………… CHS Ltd. Address 2. M/s ……….. Developer Address 3. The Municipal Commissioner, MCGM Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai Municipal Head Office, Opp. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Rly. Station Mahapalika Marg Mumbai-400 001 4. The Commissioner, M M R D A E - Block, MMRDA Building Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East) Mumbai 400051 Dear Sirs, Sub: Re-development of property of ____________ CHS Ltd. Situated at ____________bearing Survey Number __________ CTS No____________ I am registered member of Co-operative Housing Society named as _____________ (herein after referred to as the “Said Society) entitled to and occupying a residential Flat bearing No.____ admeasuring total carpet area ______sq. ft (hereinafter referred to as the “Said Flat”) in the building known as _________________ situated at_______________ The Said Society is registered with the Register of Co-operative Societies vide its registration number __________ of (Year) at Mumbai. I further state that I am holding ___________ shares of Rs. ______/- each bearing distinctive Nos._______ to ________ (both inclusive) under Certificate No.___________ dated ____________ issued by the Said Society. In accordance with the directive under Section 79(A) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act 1960 issued to all the Co-operative Housing Societies in the State of Maharashtra regarding redevelopment of buildings of Co-operative Housing Societies as contained in their circular no. CHS 2007/CR554/14-C dated 3rd January 2009, the said Society, unanimously resolved in its Special General Body Meeting held on ________________that as per the completed formalities of tendering system, M/s _____________ has been shortlisted to assign the redevelopment of the existing old residential building of the Society and will construct new residential building. Accordingly, I hereby give my irrevocable consent for redevelopment of the captioned property to be redeveloped by M/s_____________ (herein after referred to as the “Said Developer) in accordance with the present rules and regulations of MMRDA and as per the Development Control Regulations of Mumbai Municipal Corporation. I hereby undertake to shift to an alternate accommodation from the date the said Developer intimates to the said Society and the said Society intimates to me for vacating the building to be handed over to the said Developer for demolition and for the purpose of constructing a new residential building on the property of the said Society. If the said Developer fails or defaults in maintenance and/or compliance or violates any of the terms and conditions of the Development Agreement proposed to be executed with the said Society, I shall have full rights to redress my grievances and file a case against the said Developer (which expression shall unless it be repugnant to the context and meaning thereof be deemed to mean and include his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns). I hereby willingly and without any coercion, through this irrevocable consent letter convey and undertake to co-operate with the society, the Developer and /or any other body statutory or otherwise for the purpose of redevelopment of our building and for that purpose I am irrevocably consenting for the demolishment and reconstruction of a new building and am willing to handover the vacant and peaceful possession of my flat bearing number …… on the …….floor of the Said Society or the re-construction. I hereby undertake that I am agreeable to the Society appointing the Chairman and Secretary to represent me in all matters concerning the re-development project. I hereby state that I will be bound by the decisions taken in accordance with the directive under Section 79(A) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act 1960 issued to all the Co-operative Housing Societies in the State of Maharashtra regarding redevelopment of buildings of Co-operative Housing Societies as contained in their circular no. CHS 2007/CR554/14-C dated 3rd January 2009. I further undertake not raise any objection to the agreed terms and conditions of re-development finalized which will be binding on me and/or my legal heirs, assignees, successors etc. I hereby declare and confirm with the Developer as follows: a. I have purchase the above referred flat on my own and the same is self acquired property and no other person has any nature whatsoever in the above referred flat. b. I have not done/shall not do any act, whereby the Developer may be prevented from entering into the Development Agreement with the Society whereby the right, title and interest of the Developer mentioned under Development Agreement and/or any other document given by the Society to the Developer for re-development. c. I have not made any commitment for sale/transfer of the above flat nor is prevented by any order or injunction of any court or authority or tribunal from transferring the said entitlement to the Developer. d. The irrevocable consent given through this letter is unconditional and binding upon me subject to compliance of the terms and conditions of the Development Agreement as executed between the society and the Developer. e. Subject to the aforementioned contents of this consent letter is binding upon me till the construction of the new building is complete and the Developer handovers the possession to all the members in the new residential building. Dated this _________________ day of ____________________ 20 Signed/- Name………………….. Flat no: In the presence of Chairman (Mr. M/s.__________________________) Secretary (Mr. M/s.__________________________) (Seal of the Society)
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                                                       22    jayesh mehta,     Mar 02, 2011
                                                     
                                                              in a redevelopment project at parla - mumbai- how much flower bed area allow free of FSI in mumbai. how much floor require for 2 stair case. after bmc approved plan, developer can change it without written consent of the members or society
                                                              
                                                              
                                                          Sandy,   Mar 03, 2011
                                                         
                                                                 Dear Jayesh, I suggest that you first approach the BMC and ask them if they had asked developer to make some changes in the plan initially approved. If the answer is no then you need to ask the developer as to why he made those changes. Some time the developers change the plan for their benefit. You need to bring this issue to the attention of higher authorities.
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                                                         21    Sandy,     Feb 15, 2011
                                                       
                                                                Amendment needs to be made to the minimum and maximum area allocation for rehab building. Currently incentive for developer is based on the formula i.e. 1) Total FSI shall be 2.5 of the gross plot area. 2) the FSI required for rehabilitation of existing occupiers plus 50% incentive FSI, whichever is higher. The above formula is beneficial to the developer as they choose the incentive based on whichever is higher whereas the minimum area and the maximum area is fixed in case of Tenants. The above rule is tilted in favor of the developers rather than the tenants this defeats the purpose of redevelopment which is that the tenant are rehabilated in a bigger space and simultaneously the developers also get benefited. In this case the formula is tilted towards the developers. Do you agree with my views please let me know.
                                                                
                                                                
                                                         
                                                           20    Sandy,     Feb 15, 2011
                                                         
                                                                  Currently Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Prithivraj Chauhan has passed an order on Monday February 14, 2010 due to which Old and dilapidated building, constructed before 1969 will get a floor space index of 3 for redevelopment. With the above recent guidelines its becomes necessary that MHADA makes amendment to DCR 33(7) and increase the minimum area from 300 sq ft. What should be the minimum area according to you?
                                                                  
                                                                  
                                                           
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