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Three types of SLUM REHABILITATION SCHEMES are permissible.
These types are as per the provisions of different sections of Development Control Regulations (DCR) under which they are approved. viz.
* under provisions of DCR 33(10) also called in-situ scheme
* under provisions of section 3.11 also called PAP scheme
* under provisions of DCR 33(14) also called transit scheme
In the schemes approved under the provisions of this DC regulation, the slums are rehabilitated on the same site.
In the schemes approved under the provisions of this DC regulation, an owner of vacant unencumbered land can use it for construction of PAP tenements for which he is compensated by TDR for land and for construction.
In this scheme, the landowner is allowed to consume the existing FSI potential of the land, owned by him. The additional potential of 1.5 for suburbs, 1.66 for difficult area & 1.00 for islandcity (only for government or public sector plots) is granted under this scheme.
The developer constructs transit tenements out of a prescribed part of this additional potential. The balance of the additional potential is allowed as free sale component.Special Appendix IV dealing with slum rehabilitation schemes.
1. DCR 33(10) & 33(14) exclusively deal with slum
2. Incentive commercial FSI of 5% granted to the society of slum dwellers or an NGO if the project is run by them.
3. One Balwadi and welfare center and society office each of 20.90 sq.mt areas is to be provided for every 100 rehab tenements or part thereof.
4. Area of Balwadi, welfare center, society office & common passage upto 2.0 m wide is allowed free of FSI in rehab building.
5. These areas and area of eligible religious structure, other social infrastructure like school, dispensary, gymnasium run by public authority or charitable trust as well as incentive commercial area in addition to FSI for rehabilitation tenements are termed as Rehabilitation component.
6. Sale component equal to 0.75 times the rehabilitation component in city areas; equal to rehabilitation component in suburbs and extended suburbs and equal to 1.33 times the rehabilitation component in difficult areas is allowed.
7. Maximum permissible FSI to be consumed at any site shall be restricted to 2.5 and balance can be claimed as TDR, to be sold in open market.
8. Minimum density on plot shall be 500 tenements per net hectare.
9. All the activities existing in the slum even if non-conforming with the zone of the area shall be allowed to be relocated.
10. All reservation plots upto 500 sq.mt. in area under slum shall be cleared of slums and the slum dwellers shall be relocated elsewhere.
11. Plots reserved for non-buildable reservations and encumbered with slums shall be cleared if the area is less than 500 sq.mt. or they are encumbered to an extent less than 25%.
12. Special concessions in building requirements are granted. Viz. Relaxations in open space requirement; Relaxations in room size requirement.
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