CHANDIGARH: City residents will soon be allowed to remove the front wall of their houses to create more parking space in a move aimed at addressing the parking problem in residential localities choking with vehicles and cramped for room.
A panel constituted for investigating the recommendations complaints gotten from overall population for the draft Chandigarh Building Rules (Urban) - 2017 has agreed endorsement to the proposition mooted by Federation of Sector Welfare Associations Chandigarh (Foswac).
The board, in its report, has prescribed that occupants will be permitted to set in advance entryway of any size contingent on their requirements. Without adequate parking spot in their homes, inhabitants stop their vehicles on streets, prompting tumult.
While clarifying the advantages, city-based modeler Vinod Joshi said that in a 10 marla house, the proprietor can make space for stopping three autos by expelling the divider and setting up a door of a size according to necessity. Foswac executive Baljinder Singh Bittu said the organization should accord endorsement to the proposal of the advisory group as it won't just profit occupants, additionally help in handling the issue of stopping. The city has the most elevated thickness of vehicles in the nation. The normal number of vehicles for every family is more than two.
The board had a nitty gritty discourse on stopping with government and private modelers and town planners.They were of feeling that the standards for required parking spot settled for private plotted lodging was on higher side and are hard to consent. As indicated by rules, for each 100 square meter, the proprietor needs to leave parking spot for one car.For a1 kanal plot, there is a need of parking spot for six autos.
At exhibit, the UT organization has quit favoring modified building designs of houses measuring 1 kanal or more not having the required parking spot. Specialists recommended that the organization ought to either permit stilt stopping in the plotted houses by expanding floor range proportion (FAR).The advisory group dismisses the proposition of car merchants for upgrading FAR
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