SURAT: Urban development ministry is likely to grant relaxation in margin space this month. This will remove the obstacle for the construction of high rise buildings up to 70 metres on the proposed outer ring road of the city.
"We have made a presentation of case studies of Mumbai and have sought amendments in the rules for the proposed outer ring road. Permission for the construction of 70 metre high residential buildings is given along with usage of floor space index (FSI) up to 4 for outer ring road. However, we have to leave some margin and hence unable to use the allotted FSI," said Velji Shota, president, Surat Builders Association (SBA). Read more
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