Chapter 3- Streamlining Building Plan Approvals and Environment Clearances, Section 3.1- 3.1 Risk Based Classification for Approval of Building Plans, Sub-section 3.1.1- Residential buildings

Fast Track Procedure: The fast track procedure for approval of the
residential plotted and group housing buildings, based on their risk based classification-
i. For the buildings categorized as Very Low Risk, the process prescribed in Chapter 4 shall be followed.
ii. For the buildings categorized as Low Risk, an architect/ engineer is empowered to issue the building permit. However, it can only be issued after the plan along with requisite documents and fees are submitted to the concerned local body. If the owner/ architect/ engineer desires to get the building plan sanctioned by the local body, then the building plans prepared by a qualified architect/ engineer will have to be submitted to it. Fees and other requisite documents must also be submitted with it. The local body is bound to grant the building permit within 10 days.

iii. For the buildings categorized as Moderate Risk, building plans will have to be
prepared by a qualified architect and the building plans will have to be submitted to the concerned local body along with the fees and other requisite documents. The local body is bound to grant the building permit within 20 days.
iv. For the buildings categorized as High Risk, clearance from Delhi Fire Service is
be mandatory. Building plans will have to be prepared by a qualified architect and the building plans will have to be submitted to the concerned local body along with the fees and other requisite documents. The local body shall grant the building permit within 30 days.

3.1.3 Simplified Procedure for Sanction of Government Building Plan-
A simplified procedure for sanction of government building plans will be followed, which will be on the same lines as given in the office order no: D/49/Cm./SDMC/Bldg. HQ/2012 dated 13/09/2012 and order no: D/04/SE (B) HQ/12 dated 18/04/2012 given at
Annexure XII.