In the majority verdict, the apex court said prior permission shall be taken from the committee and other relevant authorities before start of construction at new sites.
Additional secretary of the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry is the chairman of the Heritage Conservation Committee.
He said public participation is not to be a mechanical exercise or formality and it must comply with the least and basic requirements so that it is fruitful and constructive.
A Supreme Court bench on Tuesday greenlighted the mega Central Vista project by 2:1 majority, saying there were no infirmities in clearances granted to it.
Justice Khanwilkar said the role of court is limited to examine the constitutionality of policy decisions and actions of the government.
The apex court upheld the environmental clearance and notification for change in land use for the Central Vista project.
In a majority verdict, the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the environmental clearance and notification for change in land use for the Central Vista project.
The Apex Court did not find any infirmity in the grant of approval and modifications in the change of land use.
The Central Vista revamp, announced in September, 2019 envisages a new triangular Parliament building, with seating capacity for 900 to 1,200 MPs, that is to be constructed by August, 2022.
The common Central Secretariat is likely to be built by 2024 under the project against which various pleas have been filed.
The Central Public Works Department (CPWD), which is executing the project, has revised its estimated cost from Rs 11,794 crore to Rs 13,450 crore.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the court that there would be only foundation stone laying ceremony for the project and no construction would commence as of now.
It submitted that the decision to have a new parliament building has not been taken in a haste and no law or norms have been violated in any manner for the project.
The apex court was hearing a petition filed by Rajeev Suri against the Rs 20,000 crores project for the redevelopment of the Central Vista in the national capital.
The apex court had said on June 19 that any change at the ground level made by authorities for the central government project would be "at their own risk".