- To get the consent of all the society members on taking the Self-Redevelopment approach for redevelopment of their premises. A resolution has to be passed by calling a Special General Body Meeting.
- To procure copies of all the required documents in place, which include:
- Land purchase agreement or conveyance deed – Land ownership proof
- Copies of original plan of the building, 7/12 extract and property card
- Audited financial statements for last 3 financial years
- Copy of updated byelaws and registration certificate of the society
- List of committee members
- Details of all society members including their unit sizes as per the actual plans.
- The society then needs to appoint a Project Management Consultant to make a self-redevelopment project report (feasibility report) which provides important details like development potential as per the latest norms, overall budget and cost break-up for the project and the possible benefits to the society members.
There are 16,000 buildings in Mumbai which are dilapidated and in need of repair or reconstruction. Out of which 443 buildings need urgent repair. There are around 8 lakh persons living in these buildings across mumbai
These buildings lack modern amenities such as swimming pool and gym
The Members face parking woes because of insufficient parking
The buildings have not used up the complete F.S.I. potential available to them under DCPR 2034
The Members complain about leakage problems, sanitation, cracks in the plaster and structural problems.
The building must either go in for repairs or explore options for redevelopment