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TOPIC: CRZ and ARZ applicability

CRZ and ARZ applicability 1 month 2 weeks ago #8743

Hi,

I would like to purchase a property - plot no. 8 in the attachment in a DTCP Layout
in Kovalam ECR and have a query wrt the FSI permissible. The plot's frontage is 35 feet and the road abutting the plot is a 23 feet wide road. Im unable to figure out the permissible FSI and if Premium FSI is even possible for this plot. I have spoken to many people including the Panchayat President but have not been able to get concrete information on this matter. They seem to be talking about 1.5 FSI. Im even uncertain about the applicability of CRZ and ARZ to Kovalam and if Kovalam has any implications on account of this as there are many confusing and conflicting articles. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Cheers,
Vijay

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