Under the scheme, violations pertaining to setback, floor area ratio, non-conversion of agricultural land and formation of unauthorised layouts and sites under ULBs will be regularised. Violations and Deviations up to 50 per cent in the residential properties and 25 per cent in commercial properties will be regularized.Setback violations will be calculated on all four sides of a building separately. If violation is more than 50 per cent of the stipulated setback on any one side, then the building will become ineligible for regularisation. It is proposed that up to 25 per cent violation in residential buildings will attract a fee of six per cent (6%)of the total guidance value of the property (either land or built-up area) and eight per cent (8%) between 25 and 50 per cent.
Under the Akrama Sakrama scheme, violations pertaining to setback, floor area ratio (FAR), non-conversion of agricultural land, and formation of unauthorized layouts and sites under urban local bodies, including the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), are eligible for regularization.
As per the existing provisions under the scheme regularization is .possible The scheme seeks to regularise up to 50 per cent violation of setback norms and permissible FAR in residential buildings and up to 25 per cent in non-residential buildings. Any violation above this would attract demolition.
It was reported that " lakhs of properties could be regularised under the scheme in the eight municipal corporations governed under the Karnataka Municipal Corporations (KMC) Act, 1976, 44 city municipal councils, 94 town municipal councils, 68 town panchayats and six notified area committees governed by the Karnataka Municipalities Act, 1964".(The HIndu)