61. Group I(1) and I(2) - Hazardous occupancy

(1) Approval of the District Town Planner shall be obtained for the usage of plot upto 0.5 hectares area and layout of buildings upto 1000 sq. metres in area under hazardous occupancy and approval of the Chief Town Planner shall be obtained for the usage of plot exceeding one hectare area and layout of buildings exceeding 1000 sq. metres in area:
Provided that, in the case of all livestock and poultry farms under Group I(1) occupancy, irrespective of the plot area such approval is not required for buildings having total floor area up to 500 sq.metres, approval of District Town Planner shall be obtained if the total floor area is above 500 sq.metres and up to 1000sq.metres, and approval of Chief Town Planner shall be obtained if the total floor area is above 1000sq.metres.
(2) The usage of plots proposed for development or redevelopment or construction of any building shall be governed by the provisions contained in the detailed town planning scheme or development plan for the locality: Provided that where no such plan exists the usage of the plot and / or building shall be decided by the Chief Town Planner or an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
(3) The minimum width of open yard all round the building shall be 3 metres in the  case of buildings under Group I (1) hazardous occupancy and 10 metres in the case of Group I(2) hazardous occupancy.
(4) The minimum clear width of access to a building and plot as well as the width of the street giving access to the plot from the main street shall be 7 metres and shall be motorable:
Provided that, in the case of building(s) under Group I(1) occupancy with total floor area upto 300 sq.metres and crematoria and burial grounds under Group I (2) occupancy, the above width shall not be less than 3 metres and shall be motorable:
Provided further that, in the case of all livestock and poultry farms under Group I(1) occupancy, the above width shall be 1.2 metres if the total floor area is upto 500 sq. metres, 3 metres if the total floor area is above 500 sq. metres but upto 1000 sq. metres and 5 metres
if the total floor area is above 1000 sq. metres:
(5) Where the internal drainage system from a building under hazardous occupancy is proposed to be connected to the public drainage system, prior approval of the arrangements shall be obtained from the Pollution Control Board and Water Authority and in such cases the internal drainage system shall be connected by means of a suitable trap so as to exclude volatile or other objectionable matters.
(6) In the case of buildings under hazardous occupancy other than Group I(1), a certificate of approval from the Director of Fire Force or an officer authorised by him in this behalf shall be obtained and produced before issuing building permit.
(7) All other requirements in respect of fire protection in hazardous including warehousing buildings shall conform to Part IV, Fire and Life Safety, National Building Code of India, 2005 and amendment No.3.
(8) The minimum sanitation facilities to be provided in hazardous buildings shall be as shown below.
(a) at the rate of one water closet for the first 50 males or part thereof and
two water closets for the first 50 females or part thereof and there after one water closet for every additional 70 persons or part thereof, males or females;
(b) at the rate of one urinal for every 100 males or part thereof;
(c) at the rate of one drinking water fountain for every 100 persons or part thereof;
(d) at the rate of one washing facility for 50 persons or part thereof; and
(e) the number of sanitation facilities like water closet, urinal, etc. to be
provided shall in no case be less than as computed at the rate of one person for every 30 sq. metres of the gross floor area of the building.
(9) The Secretary shall, after considering the width of roads, traffic generated, location with respect to points of intersections and nearness to occupancies of educational, assembly, mercantile, storage and hazardous uses, in consultation with the District Collector and Chief Town Planner decide the location of automobile fuel filling stations and their layout.
(10) The location and construction of petrol tank and vent-pipe, shall be governed by the provisions of the Petroleum Rules, 1976.
(11) The retail dispensing unit of an automobile fuel filling station shall be installed at a distance of 7.5m from any point of the marked boundary of its premises.
(12) The canopy shall have a minimum set back of 3 metres from the existing or proposed road boundary, as the case may be.
(13) The kiosk or sales office shall have a minimum open space of 1 metre from the plot boundaries other than that abutting the street.
(14) The location and area limits of crematoria or burning and burial grounds including cemetery shall be as approved by the District Collector.
(15) There shall be minimum 7.5 metre open space all round the crematorium.