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Question : What is a Development Plan?
Answer : It is a blue print of next 20 years plan for development of the city.

Question : What is the duration of a Development Plan?
Answer : 20 years

Question : When was the Development Plan of Pimpri-Chinchwad City was approved? (Greater Pimpri Chinchwad area)?
Answer : 1) Development plan of Pimpri-Chinchwad City’s old Limit (12 Villages) was approved on 18 / 9 / 1995.
2) Development plan of Pimpri-Chinchwad New Town Development Authority was sanctioned on 28 / 11 / 1995.
3) Development plan of extended (17 Villages) city limit that took place in1997, was approved in three stages i.e. on 9 / 07 / 2008, 18 / 8 / 2009 and on 18 / 8 / 2010 but partially.
4) Development plan for Tathwade is yet to be approved.

Question : Where should citizens apply for Zone Certificate of Development Plan and part Plan?
Answer : One should apply at Citizen Facilitation Centre at Corporation’s Main Office. Online application can also be made under Town Planning on Corporation’s website: www.pcmcindia.gov.in

Question : Where can we get development plan maps?
Answer : These maps can be obtained from Town Planning and Development Department, PCMC, main building, Pimpri, Pune- 411018. It can also be viewed on Corporation’s website: www.pcmcindia.gov.in, under Town Planning section.

Question : What is the price of Development Plan Maps?
Answer : 1) DP Map – Old Limit : the whole set at Rs 8000 (per sheet Rs 310)
2) DP Map – Extended Limit : the whole set at Rs 10000 (per sheet Rs 500)
3) Development plan maps (Village wise) prices are available on Corporation’s website: www.pcmcindia.gov.in, under Town Planning section.

Question : How many days does it take to issue development plan maps?
Answer : Development plan maps are issued within 15 days of application.

Question : Where should I apply for remarks on development plan?
Answer : Application can be forwarded to Citizen Facilitation Centre in Corporation’s main building.

Question : What is the fee for DP remarks? How long does it take to get the remarks?
Answer : The fee for DP remarks Is Rs 250 per 100 Square Kilometer.
It will be issued within 15 days of application.

Question : How should I know, whether my property is affected by proposed Development Plan?
Answer : You should get your property measured by government official (Land Records Dept.) and submit application to CFC in the Main building of PCMC. This will help you to get knowledge of impact of development plan, in respect of your property.

Question : Where can one find information about reservations in DP?
Answer : Survey / Gat no / village wise / purpose wise/ wise information about development plan can be searched on Corporation’s website: www.pcmcindia.gov.in >Town Planning

Question : Where can i get the information of changes made in development plan approved by Govt.
Answer : Information is available on web site www.pcmcindia.gov.in/admin/cms_upload/ rti_manual/1695238631418376026.pdf

Question : When was Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) established?
Answer : The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation was established as per the Government Notification no. PCC 1082/210 (i) UD- 20, dated 5/10/1982 and it is functioning from 11/10/1982.

Question : Elaborate on various stages of expansion of city limit of PCMC.
Answer : PCMC’s limit was extended from time to time as follows:
1) As per Government Notification dated – 11 / 9 / 1997, following areas were added-Talawade, Chikhali (the remaining part), Moshi (the remaining part), Dudulgaon, Wadamukhwadi, Dighi (the remaining part), Dapodi, Bhosari (the remaining part, Sangvi (the remaining part), Pimpale Nilakh (the remaining part – Rakshak Society,    Bharat Electronics Limited Colony), Wakad (the remaining part), Punavale, Kivale (the remaining part ), Mamurdi (the remaining part), Choviswadi (the remaining part), Charholi Budruk (the remaining part), Bopkhel (the remaining part), Ravet (the remaining part).
2) As per Government Notification dated – 30 / 7 / 2009, Tathawade village was added.

Question : What is the area of Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation?
Answer : The total area of PCMC is 177.00 Sq Km
1) In 1982, per Old Limit = 86.00 Sq Km
2) In 1997 Extended City Limit, = 84.51 Sq Km.
3) Tathawade Village = 6.49 Sq Km
Total Area = 177.00 Sq Km

Question : How many Planning Authorities are operating in Pimpri- Chichwad?
Answer : There are 3 Planning Authorities functioning in Pimpri- Chichwad city:
1. Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC)
2. Pimpri-Chinchwad New Town Development Authority (PCNTDA)
3. Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC)

Question : What is the fee for DP Zone Certificate? How long does it take to get it?
Answer : The fee is Rs 100 /- per survey number/Gat number. Certificates will be issued in 10 working days.

Question : Which documents need to be attached with application for Development Plan Zone Certificate, Part plan?
Answer : One needs to attach 7 / 12 Extract of the property (latest) with the application

Question : How much is the fee for DP Part Plan? How long does it take to get it?
Answer : The fee is Rs 100 /- per survey number/Gat number. Certificates will be issued in 15 working days.

Question : Which documents required to be attached to the application form to get development plan remarks?
Answer : Following documents need to be attached with Development Plan remark application application
1) The Government Measurement Map (Latest – within last 6 months)
2) Abstract of 7/12 / extract of Property card (Latest – within last 6 months)
3) Two copies of Blue prints of measurement map.

Question : Which documents need to be attached with application for Development Plan Zone Certificate, Part plan?
Answer : One needs to attach 7 / 12 Extract of the property (latest) with the application

Question : What does it mean by Development Plan remark?
Answer : Development Plan remarks means information on Corporation and other government organization’s proposal of development plan in respect of applicant’s property.

Question : Where can I get setback Verification Certificate?
Answer : One has to apply to Citizen Facilitation Center at PCMC, main building.

Question : How long does it take to issue setback verification certificate and what is the fee?
Answer : The fee for Setback verification Certificate is Rs.250/- per 100 Kilometer. Certificates will be issued in 15 working days.

Question : What documents are required to be attached with application for setback verification certificate?
Answer : Please attach certified copy (of licensed Architect) of building permission map along with setback verification application.

Question : If once property is affected due to reservation in Development Plan, how is it compensated?
Answer : If your property is affected due to Development Plan reservations, you can be compensated in any one of the following 2 ways :
1) As per the provisions of New Land Acquisition Act
2) TDR (in the form of FSI)

Question : How is the property affected due to road development scheme / road widening compensated?
Answer : Road development /Road Widening under Development Plan can be compensated in one of the following 3 ways :
1) As per the provisions of New Land Acquisition Act
2) TDR (in the form of FSI)
3) Increased FSI (sanctioning and admitting additional FSI on rest of the plot)

Question : What is TDR?
Answer : TDR can be sanctioned, in lieu of cash if a property is acquired by the Corporation for public purpose under Development Plan. TDR (in form of FSI) and its use is registered. TDR holder can use this him / her / self or sale this FSI to others.

Question : Which documents need to be attached with application to claim TDR?
Answer : Following documents must be attached to the proposal to claim TDR:
1) Latest documents establishing ownership like7 / 12 extract, property card abstract with all mutation (updated entries) – original copy
2) Government land measurement record (recent-within last 6 month)
3) Development Plan remark
4) 30-year Search and Title reports
5) A certified copy of Power of Attorney (document authorizing person legally carrying out developmental activities) and Development agreement (if applicable)
6) Sale deed / agreement to sale (certified copy – as required)
7) Indemnity Bond on stamp of Rs 200
8) Affidavit on stamp paper of Rs 100
9) Affidavit and undertaking on stamp paper of Rs 300
10) Color photograph showing demarcation and installation of concrete polls

Question : Name documents needed to be submitted with proposal for TDR utilization
Answer : Following documents need to be submitted along with proposal for TDR utilization:
1) Latest documents establishing ownership like7 / 12 extract, property card abstract with all mutations updated entries – original copy
2) Government land measurement record (recent-within last 6 month
3) Development Plan remark,
4) A certified copy of Power of Attorney (document authorizing person legally carrying out developmental activities) and Development agreement (if applicable),
5) Certified copy of approved Building Permission plan (from License Architect),
6) Original DRC with plastic folder
7) Affidavit on stamp paper of Rs. 100
8) Undertaking on stamp paper of Rs. 200
9) TDR undertaking on stamp paper of Rs. 200
10) Letter of consent for TDR utilization
11) Registered TDR Transfer Agreement (original and attested copy)

Question : Where should citizens apply for Zone Certificate of Development Plan and part Plan?
Answer : One should apply at Citizen Facilitation Centre at Corporation’s Main Office. Online application can also be made under Town Planning on Corporation’s website: www.pcmcindia.gov.in

Question : What are the charges for TDR scrutiny?
Answer : TDR scrutiny charges are levied at Rs 5 per Sq.m, subject to minimum of Rs 1000 and maximum of Rs 20,000

Question : What are the charges for scrutiny of TDR utilization proposal?
Answer : Charges for scrutiny of TDR utilization proposal are Rs 10 per Sq.m.

Question : Is TDR admissible for roads proposed under Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Act, under section 205 ?
Answer : No. TDR is payable only in case of reservations/roads/road widening under Development Plan.

Question : How many TDR zones exist in PCMC area?
Answer : Area under PCMC’s planning regulation is divided into following TDR zones :
1) Zone A : All Gaothan
2) Zone B : Remaining area excluding Zone ‘A’ area of Pimpri-Chinchwad Bhosari, Akurdi, Nigdi and Ravet.
3) Zone C : Sangvi, Pimple Soudagar, Pimple Gurav, Pimple Nilakh, Wakad, Rahatani, Thergaon, Moshi, Chikhali, Dapodi, as well as remaining area covered under municipal planning area (excluding areas in Zone A and Zone B).

Question : What are the provisions made for usage of TDR? Can TDR of one zone be used in other zones ?
Answer : Provision for usages of TDR is made under Rule number N 2.4.9 :
1) TDR cannot be utilized in Zone A.
2) At places where additional FSI is applicable under schedule T for Slum Development Scheme and at places where applicable FSI is less than 1,TDR cannot be utilized.
3) TDR of any zone can be utilized in BRT Corridor on payment of premium to the Corporation.
4) Zone A TDR can be used in Zone B and Zone C.
5) Zone B TDR can be used in Zone B and Zone C.
6) Zone C TDR can be used only in Zone C.

Question : Whether FSI can be earned on rest of the plot that is not acquired under D P road? If yes how much?
Answer : Yes. Additional FSI will be admissible to the extent 40% or less of the rest of the plot area which is affected or not, due to acquisition of land of the plot under DP.
The plot holder can use additional FSI on rest of the plot affected due to road or excluding road affected area, limited to 40%, whichever is less.

Question : What documents should be submitted along with proposal to handover a property affected by road against FSI to the Corporation?
Answer : Following documents need to be submitted along with a proposal to hand over property affected by road to Corporation, against FSI:
1) Ownership claim documents (7/12 extract, property card abstract with all changes updated) – original recent copy
2) Government land measurement map (recent-within last 6 month)
3) Development plan remark,
4) 30-year Title and search reports,
5) A certified copy of Power of Attorney (authorizing person/ builder to carry out development work) and Development agreement (if applicable),
6) Sale deed / Agreement to sell (certified copy – as required),
7) Affidavit and bond on Stamp paper of Rs 300
8) Affidavit on Stamp paper of Rs 100
9) Bond on Stamp of Rs 200
10) Color Photograph showing demarcation and installation of concrete polls.

Question : What does it mean by BRT Corridor?
Answer : BRT Corridor is defined as area on both sides of BRT routes and feeder routes, up to 100 meters

Question : How much FSI is admissible in case of BRT corridor?
Answer : FSI for original plot = 1.00
Additional FSI
A) Road FSI or Road TDR = 0.40
B) Reservation TDR = 0.40
C) Slum TDR = 0.20
Total Additional FSI = 1.00
(The additional TDR is admissible on payment of premium)

Question : What are the rates of premium to utilize TDR in BRT Corridor?
Answer : The provision for utilizing TDR in BRT Corridor is made on 03/ 03/ 2010. Accordingly applicable premium as on today is as follows :
1)In case of TDR in new Villages : Rs. 12000 per Sq Meter
2)Development Plan A Zone, in Old city limit : Rs. 9000

Question : Please specify BRT Routes and Feeder Routes
Answer : a) BRT Routes are as follows:
1) Sangvi – Kiwale Road (Late Rajiv Gandhi Bridge to Kivale-Expressway junction).
2) Mumbai-Pune Road (Harris Bridge to Bhakti Shakti-Nigdi Octroi Naka)
3) Nasik Phata to Wakad.
4) Kalewadi Phata to Dehu – Alandi Road.
5) Dehu – Alandi Road (Talawade Octroi Office to Dudulgaon Octroi Office- Alandi municipal limits).
6) Nasik Phata to Indrayani River (Moshi)
7) Vishrantwadi to Alandi road (Dighi Octroi Office to Kale Colony, Charholi – Alandi municipal limits).
8) TELCO Road (Landevadi to Ankush Chowk- Nigadi).
b) Feeder Routes are as follows:
1) Express Way (Kivale) to Bhakti Shakti (Nigdi).
2) Hinjewadi IT Park to Talavade IT Park.
3) Spine Road,
4) Road parallel to Aundh-Ravet road.

Question : What is Red Zone?
Answer : The 1145 mtr. protected area around Dighi magazine and 2000 yard protected area (litigation underway in this matter) around Dehu Road Ammunition Depot, is called Red Zone. No construction is allowed within this area as Defence department has prohibited the same.

Question : In precise meters, how big is buffer zone for Waste Collection Centers?
Answer : No development zone is proposed within 500 meter area of Moshi waste depot and Punawale waste collection depot. This area is called as Buffer Zone. ‘No development zone’ will be finalized once study initiated by Environment Department concludes and same is approved by Government.

Question : What is a Flood line?
Answer : There are two types of flood lines.
1) Blue (prohibitory) Flood line : The area which is likely to be flooded any year and is prohibited from construction view point. (Area of river bed and adjacent land, required to discharge flood water which may arise average once in 25 years, is called ‘Prohibited zone’)
2) Red (controlling) Flood line : The maximum indicative line up to which flood can reach in any year from view point of rainfall (usually once in 100 years)

Question : Can construction be done in area located between Blue Line and Red Line?
Answer : Yes, however, in Restrictive zone, level of plinth of ground floor should be 0.5 m above level of Red Line or nearest approach road level, whichever is higher.

Question : Can construction be done in area located between Blue Line and Red Line?
Answer : Yes, however, in Prohibitive zone, level of plinth of ground floor should be 0.5 m above level of Red Line or nearest approach road level, whichever is higher.

Question : Where should one apply for an official land measurement in PCMC area?
Answer : There are 3 land measurement offices in PCMC area :
1) City Survey Officer, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pimpri, Pune – 411 018.
Jurisdiction: Pimpri-Chinchwad, Bhosari, Nigdi, Sangvi, Pimple Gurav, Pimple Nilakh, Pimple Saudagar, Rahatani, Kivale (partly), Mamurdi (partly), Ravet (partly), Chikhali (partly).
2) The Deputy Superintendent of Land Records, Haveli, Pune – 411 001.
Jurisdiction: Charholi, Choviswadi, Vadamukhwadi, Dighi, Bopkhel, Moshi, Dudulgaon, Kivale (partly), Mamurdi (partly), Ravet (partly), Chikhali (partly).
3) The Deputy Superintendent of Land Records, Mulshi, Poud, Pune – 412108.
Jurisdiction: Wakad, Tathavade, Punavale, Thergaon.

Question : From where can I get 7 / 12 extract?
Answer : It can be obtained from Talathi of respective village.

Question : From where can I get property card?
Answer : It can be obtained from City Survey Officer, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pimpri, Pune – 411 018

Question : Where can I find website of Town Planning Department? Which e-mail id can be used to register grievances against Town Planning Department?
Answer : Please use PCMC’s website : www.pcmcindia.gov.in > Town Planning. Here One can find information related to Town Planing Department.