AAI raises the ceiling height for constructions near Navi Mumbai Airport to 48 stories

The City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited (CIDCO) announced on July 30 that all building proposals within a radius of 20 km from the approaching Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) will now be accepted to accumulate to a height of a hundred and sixty meters (46-forty eight floors), removing the fifty-five-meter cap (15-sixteen floors).

Due to this, it is estimated that around 150 seized real estate projects will receive relief. Homes have been limited to 55 meters as of February 2020 since the Airport Authority of India (AAI) has approved that as the maximum peak for delivery of a No Objection Certificate (NOC). To avoid the implementation of feasible restrictions inside NMIA air space, this became necessary.

The Civil Aviation Ministry informed the Navi Mumbai airport staff in a letter dated July 29, 2022, that Dhakale Island in Navi Mumbai might serve as the site for the airport’s radar shape. According to a statement CIDCO released on Saturday, “After relentless effort from CIDCO, the AAI has decided to start awarding NOCs for homes with the intentional elevation of up to 106 meters within a 20-km radius of Navi Mumbai airport. This has made it possible for homes near the airport to develop more quickly.

Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of CIDCO, Dr. Sanjay Mukherjee, said, “The Ministry of Civil Aviation and the AAI were very helpful in finding a good solution to the technical issues related to the peak drawback of houses inside the airport’s effect area. The decision to provide NOC to the structures in this location will let the project’s work move along more quickly. Additionally, the project will contribute to the improvement of the entire Mumbai metropolitan area.”

According to aviation regulations, obtaining a top NOC from the AAI is required before receiving any creation approval from the local city planning authority for dwellings located within a 20-km radius of any airport. There have been discovered over 150 continuing activities, according to builders. For the reason that in previous years, there were no fresh proposals. New redevelopment projects in Navi Mumbai had also been halted by the limit because builders no longer thought it was feasible.

According to Rajesh Prajapati, the founding president of the Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry-Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (MCHI-CREDAI), Raigad, “There isn’t any concrete data, but it’s estimated that 150 projects have been stopped because of strict regulations. They have been discovered for lacking a diploma (CC) or an occupational certificate (OC), and no new assignments have been given either. The entire Navi Mumbai city was affected by the 20-km radius. The fifty-five-meter peak limit rendered even redevelopment impossible, therefore it was undoubtedly caught. Areas like Vashi, Nerul, etc., have suffered significant injury as a result of the redevelopment. Chairman of the ANAROCK Group, Anuj Puri, said, “As promised, the relaxation of peak limits surrounding the airport in Navi Mumbai eliminates the uncertainty that plagued the area. The peak rest will speed up the development and completion of tasks in this crucial area and enable contractors to fully utilize the FSI. The country’s government would see improved sales collections and better developer profitability as a result.”

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