CMDA Seals Madhavaram Building

Chennai Metropolitan Development authority has locked and sealed a building constructed at Madhavaram for violating the development regulations under the provisions of Section 56 and 57

Published: 23rd July 2015 10:11 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2015 10:11 PM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Chennai Metropolitan Development authority has locked and sealed a building constructed at Madhavaram for violating the development regulations under the provisions of Section 56 and 57 of Town and Country Planning Act.

CMDA said that the buildings stilt floor plus three floors and fourth floor (partially constructed) was sealed as the building was constructed in deviation to approved plan. The owner has sought permission from CMDA to build stilt floor plus ground floor plus three floors and (part) fourth floor departmental store cum residential building.

However, the building deviated in terms of dimension, plot extent, side and rear setbacks, car parking and floor space index and it was sealed, CMDA stated.

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