Work, live and play in a tod

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All about TOD: Tran­sit-ori­ented de­vel­op­ment is pop­u­lar among plan­ners of cities de­pen­dent on private ve­hi­cles with large ur­ban sprawls. Through such de­vel­op­ments, travel time is re­duced and pub­lic trans­port use is max­imised

TOD plans for Delhi: Under the TOD pol­icy, a floor area ra­tio of 400 can be utilised with a min­i­mum plot size of one hectare. As much as 20% of the Cap­i­tal’s area is ex­pected to come under the TOD scheme

For the first time in Delhi: Ad­di­tional floor area ra­tio as per the pol­icy can be availed through trans­fer­able de­vel­op­ment rights or TDR, a com­mon prac­tice in Mum­bai that al­lows de­vel­op­ers to build at an al­ter­na­tive site

Mixed for­mats: There will be a mix of hous­ing types for a wide range of in­come brack­ets within com­mu­ni­ties with shared pub­lic spa­ces, greens, recre­ational fa­cil­i­ties, ameni­ties which will min­imise gen­tri­fi­ca­tion and cre­ate com­mu­nity -ori­ented de­vel­op­ments

Sin­gle window clearance: A sin­gle window clearance sys­tem will be adopted for TOD projects. Real es­tate ex­perts point out that if the gov­ern­ment of­fers and ex­e­cutes this well, it may turn out to be an at­trac­tive business propo­si­tion for de­vel­op­ers be­cause clear­ances take the long­est time

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