2.1 The areas and details of projects of items that come under the purview of the Commission have been spelt out in Sub-section (2) of Section 11 of Chapter III of the Act
2.2 The Commission has decided to place various projects and items that come under its purview in three categories:
1. Development / Redevelopment projects of areas for residential complexes, commercial, civic or community complexes, Government Building complexes, Public Parks or Public Gardens.
2. Individual buildings and engineering schemes, including overpasses/ underpasses/ bridges, water towers, T.V. towers etc.
3. Statues, street/garden furniture, hoardings / sign or bill boards, fountains, water channels, Master Plan roads which are more than 80' wide which would affect the environment of the area due to felling of trees or proximity of the historical monuments or otherwise etc.
2.3 In respect of (A), all development/redevelopment projects for the Following are to be submitted to the Commission for assessment and clearance
1. District/sub district centres, civic centres, areas earmarked for Government administrative buildings and for residential complexes - both private and public, college or university campuses, public parks and public gardens.
2. The area within the jurisdiction of NDMC including Connaught Place Complex and its environs, Central Vista, the entire bungalow area of Lutyen's New DcH and any other areas as the Central Government may, by notification in the official Gazette, specify.
3. Areas in the vicinity of Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Qutab, Humayun's Tomb, Old Fort, Tughlakabad, and of such other places of historical importance as the Central Government may, by notification in the official Gazette, specify.
4. River front and ridge areas.
All development / redevelopment projects are to be submitted to the Commission in the following form by the concerned local body / Govt. agency:
1. Site plan and layout plan of development / redevelopment of the area at a scale of not less than 1:400 (in duplicate).
2. Iliree-dimensional model showing landscaping, existing monuments, if any, and general traffic system at a scale not less than 1:400.
3. Photographs (aerial wherever possible) showing existing physical characteristics of the area proposed to be developed / redeveloped um size 8" x 10".
4. Report explaining considerations / factors that were kept in view while preparing the scheme.
While assessing the projects, the Commission may call the promoter along with the author of the design to clarify any technical points that may not be clear. The promoter, if he so desires, may consult the Commission at the conceptual and preliminary stage.
2.4 In respect of (B), the following types of building (either in public or private sector) and engineering projects shall be submitted to the Commission for assessment and clearance
1. All multi-storeyed buildings (i.e. buildings having more than four floors besides a basement).
2. All institutional / public buildings including hospitals, hotels, schools, colleges, theatres, cinemas, air / bus terminals, petrol pumps etc. as well as large residential buildings, residential complexes, office buildings and religious buildings.
3. Major face-lifting or change of facade of buildings mentioned in (i) & (H) above, that is likely to change their architectural expression.
4. AU over-passes / under-passes / bridges, chimneys, towers, such as water towers, aviation control towers, T.V. or microwave towers, towers with revolving restaurants and power houses.
5. Buildings in the district / sub-district centres, civic centres, areas earmarked for government administrative buildings and for residential complexes, buildings facing district parks and public gardens, area within the jurisdiction of NDMC, including Connaught Place Complex and its environs, Central Vista, the entire bungalow area of Lutyen's New DCIW, and such other areas as the Central Goveniment may, by notification in die official Gazette, specify.
6. All monumental buildings.
7. Flatted factory proposals where the site might be classified as 'industrial'.
All building projects are to be submitted to the Commission in the following form
1. Site plans at a scale of not less than 1:200.
2. Photographs showing the environs including buildings, if any. Minimum size 811 x 10".
3. Detailed model at not less than 1:200 for large buildings and 1:100 for small buildings (professional standard). Materials: plastic or wood. Four photographs of model minimum size 8"x 10".
4. All plans and elevations with sufficient drawings to explain the design and the architectural expression (in duplicate)
5. Statement of building materials to be used for elevations.
6. Report explaining the functions of buildings and special factors that influenced the design.
The project drawings are to be submitted to the Commission by the local bodies in the above form within a week the drawings are received by them from the promoters/architects. The model photographs and report may be submitted to the Commission direct by the promoter within seven days time from the day plans etc. are submitted to the local bodies.
For all engineering projects mentioned in (iv), the presentation to the Commission shall be in the following form -
1. Layout/site plans, elevations at a suitable scale, adequate to explain the project (in duplicate).
2. Photographs showing the environs - minimum size 8" x 10".
3. Model - preferably at a scale of not less than 1:200.
4. Exterior finishing materials to be used.
5. A short note explaining the salient features of the project.
In the case of projects sponsored by the local bodies/Government agencies, the project drawings and model etc. shall be submitted to the Commission by these organisations. In regard to projects received from private or institutional promoters, the procedure for submission of drawings and model etc. applicable to building projects shall be followed.
2.5 In respect of ( C ), all local bodies, registered societies and Government agencies will be required to submit to the Commission all new proposals of items listed there in die following form
1. Layout plan showing the exact location of installation (in duplicate).
2. Design and visual expression of all street furniture and hoardings.
3. Photographs of location and environs. um size 8"x 10" (for statues & fountains).
4. Sketches, perspective and models to explain the concept clearly.
The type and scale of presentation will depend on the character and size of the scheme or item. Standard design for various street and garden furnitures should be got approved from the Commission. The approved design will remain valid for three years.