Features of Schemes


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Every eligible residential slum structure is provided with an alternative tenement admeasuring 25 sq. m. preferably at the same site, irrespective of the area of slum structure.
Every slum structure existing prior to 01/01/1995 is treated as protected structure.
2. Every slum dweller whose name appears in the electoral rolls as on 01/01/1995 and who continues to stay in the slum is eligible for rehabilitation.
3. Every eligible residential slum structure is provided with an alternative tenement admeasuring 269.00 sq. ft. preferably at the same site, irrespective of the area of slum structure.
4. Every eligible slum structure that is being used for commercial purposes is granted an alternative tenement having area equal to the structure subject to an upper limit of 20.9 sq. m.
5. A minimum of 70% of eligible slum dwellers in a slum pocket come together to form a co-operative housing society for implementation of Slum Rehabilitation Scheme. (SRS)
6. The underlying land is used as a resource for the SRS.
7. The slum dwellers appoint a developer for execution of SRS.
8. The developer puts in resources in the form of money, men and material for construction of free houses for the slum dwellers.
9. The developer is compensated for his efforts in the form of free sale component.
10.The developers are allowed to construct tenements for sale in the open market. The area allowed for sale in the open market is 1:0.75 for City Area & 1:1 for suburbs area of tenements constructed for Rehabilitation of slum dwellers.
11. Floor Space Index (known as FAR elsewhere) upto 3.00 (in situ) is allowed for SRS.
12. The developer is required to construct the rehabilitation tenements on the plot itself. The balance FSI left is allowed for construction of free sale tenements.
13. The spill over entitlement to the developer is permissible for sale in the form of transferable development right in the open market. These transferable rights can be utilised on other non slum pockets subject to the provisions of D. C. Regulations.
14. The plots which are reserved for public purposes and which are over run by slums can also be taken up for implementation of a Slum Rehabilitation Scheme.
15. In case of plots reserved for unbuildable reservations like R.G. & P.G the development is carried out as per the High courts direction in City Space Matter.
16. In case of plots reserved for buildable reservations, a certain predetermined proportion of the permissible built up area is to be constructed as per the requirement of user agency and handed over free of cost to the city administration as a part of SRS.
17. Slum Rehabilitation Authority is designated as a local planning authority to provide all the requisite approvals for SRS under one roof. The authority is mandated to act as a facilitating agency for implementation of SRS.
18. Along with the free rehabilitation tenements the developers also have to provide space for amenities like a creche (Balwadi), society office, welfare centre.
19. Facilitating measure in the form of additional 5% incentive commercial area is available to the projects being implemented by either a society of slum dwellers directly or a NGO.
20. A Maintenance Deposit of Rs. 20,000/- per Rehabilitation tenement is deposited by developer for the society.

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