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Penalised: The under construction building in Teynampet, Chennai, which was sealed by the CMDA.
CHENNAI: Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority on Tuesday sealed a building on Anna Salai for violations.
According to a release, the owner of the building bearing old No. 286 and new No. 409, Anna Salai, Teynampet, had obtained planning permission on November 11, 2007, from the Corporation to construct an “existing ground floor plus first floor part and proposed addition of second floor part for the usage of cottage industry in the ground floor and residence with one dwelling unit in the first floor and second floor part.”
In contravention of the approved plan, the owner had constructed a ground plus four floor commercial building which falls under the category of multi storied building.
The deviated building involves unauthorised additional floor and violates rules pertaining to Floor Space Index, setback, parking and fire safety.
As part of its efforts to check unauthorised constructions in the Chennai Metropolitan Area, officials of the CMDA locked and sealed the building, the release said.
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