UDD may recommend vertical growth

  • | Wednesday | 12th February, 2020

S Lalitha ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: The Urban Development Department (UDD) is working on a proposal that would recommend vertical constructions in core areas of the city. The much higher FAR (Floor Area Ratio) proposed by BMRCL is another step aimed at ensuring vertical growth of the City. Asked for his comments, Additional Chief Secretary, UDD, Ramana Reddy, said, “It is only at a preliminary stage now. Details are still being worked out.”High-rise buildings are the only solution for the future because of shrinking spaces, rapid influx of population in urban areas and pricey land along with saturation of horizontal spaces, said another urban development official. The BDA has specified vertical growth as its mantra for development in its Comprehensive Plan.

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