Home Construction- Plan

Currywurst
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Attaching the remaining floors.. as i am not able to upload more than 3 in one go..
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ShivHiri
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Looks great! Do the stairs need extra pillars since they are not in the same space vertically across different floors. You can make accommodation for a elevator?
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ardesarchitects
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Currywurst wrote:Attaching the remaining floors.. as i am not able to upload more than 3 in one go..
Hi Currywurst ,
Planning is well done considering the way spaces are efficiently used with out any dead spaces .

Here are some of my observations as per functional requirements. Its purely based on my understanding of plan and not trying to judge the design .

1. First floor utility has no vent since its on to the site edge and top is also covered.The powder room vent is also given in to utility area making this area complete dark unless we are depending on the neighbors open area. Neighbors open area is not a good way to depend on.
2. Kitchen has only one side ventilation, lighting is taken care very nicely with sky light but one side ventilation will make kitchen exhaust slow.
3.Dinning window opening on to the external stair mid landing could be problem in case of casement window as the shutter will hit someones head while climbing .
4. mezzanine floor height will be less than 7' height making the guest room bit cramped


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kunalsd
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Currywurst wrote:The design is by an architect according to my requirements

Any guidance on the plan approval charges related to Workers Welfare
Hi Currywurst,
Did BBMP approve the plans created by your architect or did they insist on one to be created by BBMP recognized architects?
How much did the BBMP recognized architects charge for a plan to be made as per approval norms?

Was a convenience fee[to BBMP officials] involved to get the plans approved?

KIndly let us know.

THanks,
Kunal
navhe
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Post by navhe »

Hi Currywurst,
I am surprised there is no Bedroom in Firstfloor !!
Better think about it once again. It is always good to have one Bedroom. For a 30x40 site, it surely and nicely can be accommodated.
I am not sure about your taste.. but sorry, without it, i cannot approve this design. :)
kunalsd
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Currywurst wrote:Hi All,

Just wanted clarity on the plan approval payments.. I have been asked to provide 2 DDs one for 72K and the other for 25K to the Commissioner BBMP.. These I am good with..

However along with this I am being asked to make a Bank Transfer of RS 46693 to Secretary.. Karnataka Building and other construction worker welfare board Bangalore

Is this something others have also done.. your urgent feedback would be much appreciated..
Hi,
Did you get a formula on how these fees were calculated?

I did find this thread here & got some info:
viewtopic.php?f=36&t=7672&p=37395&hilit ... ees#p37395

Can any other member enlighten us on how the building plan approval fees are calculated by BBMP?
Ex: If Ground floor is just used for parking, how will it be perceived?

I heard that calculations are based on # of kitchens, plot size, etc as per this document:
http://bbmp.gov.in/documents/10180/5049 ... b9f46d0b67

It will really help all the members here.

Thanks,
Kunal
gsrini52
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Hi Currywurst,

Did you get your plan approved from BBMP? Can you let me know how much you ended up paying(Official and unofficial, how much the agent charged etc)? I need to get my plan approved, so wanted to get an idea.

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Srinivas.
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ardesarchitects
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Hi Sirnivas,
Official sanction fee amounts to be paid will be based on total constrution area as per bye laws .
While caliculating sanction fee they consider every space under same price per sft , considering all small cess you can take it as 70/- per sft (approx)of construction area ( not site area ). Per sft price will vary from area to area that you need to check in specific BBMP ZONE office .
Added to above 70/- per sft there will be 1% labor cess on the total cost of the construction as per PWD prices .

simple example caliculation
3000 sft of construction area
3000x70/- = 2.1lac + (3000*1200)/100
= 2.1 lac + 36000/-
Agents ingeneral take 20k apporx for 30x40 site , 40k approxfor 40x60 site and there is no standard for the same.

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gsrini52
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Thanks Praveen.. I found this link which calculates the fees: http://218.248.45.162:8090/BPAMSClient/ ... lator.aspx?

Not sure how accurate this is. But thought of sharing.
saran88
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I found this fee calculator on BBMP web page

https://bpas.bbmpgov.in/BPAMSClient4/CommonForms/commonpage.aspx?iVal=10
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