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adProperty News For September 2008

     
 
Will chennai see a new skyline
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-09-20 City : Chennai

Since there are not much changes in the rules, there is hardly any scope to raise the building height, says Suresh Kuppuswamy

Is the skyline of Chennai all set to change? Are we to soon have a Shanghai or a Manhattan make over for the city? If one has to go by the various reports published following the notification of the new Master Plan, then the answer is yes. What gives rise to this anticipation if not myth is the new rule that the permissible height of buildings can now exceed 60 meter. However, the rules as detailed in the master plan and the fine print point otherwise. Chennai’s skyl ine may not drastically change.

A multi-storeyed building is defined as a building exceeding four floors or 15.25M height. The old rules allowed Multi-Storied Buildings only within Chennai city on plots having an area of 1500 m.sq. and abutting roads with a minimum width of 18 M. However, multi-stored buildings constructed as IT offices are permissible anywhere within Chennai Metropolitan Area (CMA). The maximum permissible height in the case of non-IT buildings within Chennai city was 60M or 1.5 times the width of the abutting road, whichever is higher. For IT buildings, it was 60M or twice the width of the road, whichever is higher. ...

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