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HMDA MASTER PLAN 2031- What's in it for Elite Vistas

Updated: Feb 1, 2021







Hyderabad city is one of the rapidly growing cities in India making its progress felt on global course. Telangana State Government has spent 8000 crores in infrastructural development for the last 6 years.


The HMDA authorities as per HMDA master plan 2030 which follows radial concentric structure amend Hyderabad Metropolitan Region with land use zoning method and classified the city into residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, traffic and transportation and bio conservation zones to ensure its livability and sustainable development by regulating industrial and residential constructions by giving utmost priority to roads and conservation of bio reserves.

The regulations are set to be obliged by developers in the density, size and shape of their proposed constructions of its purpose.




LAND USE ZONE CLASSIFICATIONS



RESIDENTIAL USE ZONE


  • R1 ZONE - Residential zones connecting/contiguous to growth corridor wherein the detailed planning of roads and various urban use zones are proposed.


  • R2 ZONE - Residential zones falling within non-contiguous urban areas wherein the detailed planning of roads and various urban use zones are proposed.


  • R3 ZONE - (Urban Centers): The remaining other urban centres along with their surrounding areas as earmarked in the proposed Land Use Plan. There is no detailed planning proposed herein presently, and the whole identified centres/areas are assigned Residential Land Use Zone.


  • R4 ZONE - (All the rural settlements) - Village Settlement (Gramkantham) and the existing rural built-up area- as earmarked in the proposed Land Use Plan are assigned Residential Zone-4. For all these settlements, an additional 300 M wide belt outside the gramkhantam boundary shall also be considered as R4 zone to cater to the natural expansion of settlements, except in Bio Conservation Zone.


Other zones include PERI-URBAN USE ZONE, COMMERCIAL USE ZONE, MANUFACTURING USE ZONE, PUBLIC, SEMI-PUBLIC FACILITIES AND UTILITIES USE ZONE, MULTIPLE USE ZONE, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE USE ZONE, WATER BODIES, FOREST, SPECIAL RESERVATIONS ZONE, CONSERVATION (AGRICULTURE) USE ZONE, TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION USE ZONE



DEVELOPMENTS PERMITTED IN R1 TO R3 ZONES