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JDA Compounding Rule
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JDA Compounding Rule


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Jaipur Development Authority Compounding By-Laws 1982

Voilation of Building By- Laws (compounding charges and penalties)


1.  Residential
1.1       Building Set Back : Road side set back is considered as front set back for compounding.
10% Front set back distance or 1M distance
whichever is less  –     100% of base rate

1.2       Side and Rear Set back :
1.2.1        25% of the Side set back distance – 25 % of the base rate  for the area outside the ground coverage area.
1.2.2        50% of the Rear set back distance – 50 % of the base rate  for the area which is greater than 25% of the set back distance.
Only 50% setback violations are considered for compounding purposes.

1.3       Internal Changes : Changes against building by-laws : !0% of the base rate

1.4       Increase in Building lines within set back
1.4.1        5 % of the plot area : 25% of the base rate
1.4.2        Above 5 % but upto 10% of the plot area : 50% of the base rate
1.4.3        Above 10 % but upto 25% of the plot area : 100% of the base rate


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Jaipur Development Authority Compounding By-Laws 1982

Voilation of Building By- Laws (compounding charges and penalties)

1.1       Upper Floors : Same compounding charges will be applicable for unapproved construction on each floor.

1.2       Increase in approved building Height
1.2.1        5% increase : 10% of the base rate
1.2.2        10% increase : 25% of the base rate

1.3       Plinth Height : If the basement height is increased in such a way that the plinth height is more than 1.2 M, the basement is considered as ground floor and so the upper floors.

1.4       Staircase Landing (Covered in setback area): This can be compounded if the setback is 3M or more than 3M and projection is not more than 1.5 M and the clear height of the projection is minimum 2.4M from pavement :
1.4.1        upto 4sqm area : 100% of the base rate for front setback and 25% of the base rate for rear and side setbacks.
1.4.2        4sqm to upto 6sqm area : 200% of the base rate for front setback and 50% of the base rate for rear and side setbacks.

1.5       Construction of Flats
1.5.1        Violation of the approved areas of each unit
1.5.1.1          10% area violation : 25% of the base rate for the violated area.
1.5.1.2          More than 10% but upto 20% area violation : 50% of the base rate for the violated area above 10%.

1.6        Projections :
1.6.1         Extra projected distance of chajja :
1.6.1.1          25 % of the approved distance : 25% of the base rate
1.6.1.2          More than 25 % and upto 50% of the approved distance : 50% of the base rate

1.6.2        Extra Projected Distance for floor
        Upto 33% of the approved distance : 50 % of the base rate       


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Jaipur Development Authority Compounding By-Laws 1982

Voilation of Building By- Laws (compounding charges and penalties)
Residential

1.11 Porch Width more than 2.4 M is not approved
1.11.1 Area More than 25% of the approved area : 50% of the base rate.
1.11.2 Area More than 25% and upto 50 % of the approved area : 100% of the base rate.
1.12 Voilation of FSI (Floor Space Index)
1.12.1 Increase upto 0.1 - 200% of the base rate
1.13 Unapproved Building Construction
1.13.1 Area Covered with Roof – 10% of the base rate
1.13.2 Area not Covered with Roof – 5% of the base rate
2.0 For Institutional Building Compounding Rules mentioned above or rate of compounding will be same as that of Residential Rates.


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Hello sir,
Are the compouding rules still there in JDA or is there some changes in them. Please help.
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