In March 2019, the Haryana state government allowed registration of fourth floors of plotted houses as independent dwelling units, and in the later half of 2019, the Haryana state government increased the floor area ratio (FAR) of residential plots upto 2.64 or 264 percent.
FAR is the ratio of a building’s total floor area (gross floor area) to the size of the piece of land upon which it is built.
Under the new rules, FAR for residential plots of 75 sq m till 250 sq m will be 2.64 and for 251 sq m till more than 500 sq m, it will be 2.40.
The ground coverage for up to 75 sq m till 250 sq m residential houses has been kept at 66%, while for 251 sq m till over 500 sq m houses, the ground coverage is 60%.
The new building plan has allowed the increase of area by more than 15 per cent. In order to deal with the parking problems that is plaguing most of the residential colonies in Gurugram, all the new houses that will have four floors are mandated to build the stilt parking.
I feel these 2 reasons are enough to plan your new home with stilt parking and 4 floors in Haryana, especially Gurugram / Gurgaon.
How many floors are allowed in Haryana?
The apportionment of Land Cost shall be in equal proportion among all independent floors, viz 50% each for 2 floors, 33.33% each for 3 floors and 25% each for four floors.
The maximum permissible height shall be 16.5 m.