Dilipbhai D. Patel. BLOCK NO. 43, F.P. NO. 45,O.P NO. 40 T.P.S. No- 17 (PUNA), Ta: SURAT CITY, DIST: SURAT

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1 Annexure B Land Possession letters & N.A. permission letters

2 Annexure C Photograph of the Site

3 Annexure D Details of Buildings Area Calculation

4

5 Annexure 1 Topo Sheet

6 Annexure 2 Soil Analysis Report

7 Annexure 3 Details of Solid Waste Generation & Management

8 DETAILS OF SOLID WASTE GENERATION & MANAGEMENT Solid Waste Generation During Construction Phase Estimated Qty. Generation: (40 Person x 600 gm/day) = 24 Kg/Day The construction waste will consist of construction debris along with cement bags, Unusable steel scrap (small cut-pieces of steel), insulating and packaging materials etc. Cement bags, waste paper and cardboard packing material will be sold off to recyclers. Unusable steel scrap (small cut-pieces of steel) will also be collected at site and sold to recyclers. Excavated surplus earth refilled at low lying areas in the project premises and development of road /greenbelt/ to raise plot area above than existing level. Solid Waste Generation During Operation Phase The Biodegradable Waste generated from the Residential will be collected and disposed into MSW Disposal Site develop by Surat Municipal Corporation. The recyclable waste/ non-biodegradable like (Papers, cartons, Thermocol, plastics and Glass, etc) will be dispose to recyclers. The municipal solid wastes generated during operation will consist of: Organic waste Waste vegetables and food Inorganic waste Papers, Cartons, Thermocol, Plastics, Polythene bags, Glass etc, Estimated Qty. Generation For Residential : (352 residential units x 4.5 person per unit x 600 gm/person/day = 950 Kg/Day = 0.95 MT/Day For Commercial Shops : (24 Commercial units x 2.0 person per unit x 600 gm/person/day = 28 Kg/Day = MT/Day Note:- The above MSW will be disposed to S.M.C. Used oil (hazardous waste) will be generated from D.G Set. It will be sold to pollution control board approved registered recycler.

9 MANAGEMENT OF SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE Solid waste generated in Project area will be mainly of domestic nature. Construction debris will be refilled in low laying area within Premises. Adequate number of collection bins, separately for biodegradable and nonbiodegradable waste will be provided as per Municipal Solid Waste (Management and Handling) Rule, Waste from such bins will be collected separately on daily basis. The solid wastes generated will be 0.97 MT/Day and will be segregated into biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes and collected in separate door to door bins. The Biodegradable Waste generated from the Commercial & Residential will be collected and disposed into MSW Disposal Site develop by Surat Municipal Corporation. The recyclable waste/ non-biodegradable like (Papers, cartons, Thermocol, plastics and Glass, etc) will be dispose to recyclers. The used oil will be carefully stored in HDPE drums under isolated storage and periodically sold to authorized recyclers. However, max-qty. will be reused in as lubricant. TOP SOIL MANAGEMENT PLAN Top layer of excavated earth will be temporarily stored & used for green belt development. Excavated surplus earth & construction debris will be refilled at low lying areas in the project premises and development of road /greenbelt.

10 Annexure 4 Structural Engineer Stability Certificate

11 Annexure 5 Google Image - Site Location

12 Annexure 6 Google Image - Long View

13 Annexure 7 Google Image - Short View

14 Annexure 8 Site Lay Out Plan

15 Annexure 9 Parking Lay Out Plan

16 Annexure 9.1 Details of Parking Area Calculation

17 Parking Requirement As per GDCR Parking Requirement As per GDCR Parking Requirement As Total Proposed Parking Uses FSI Area per The GDCR Area To be Provided Residential Area % Commercial Area % Total Residential Parking Requirement As per NBC Use Residenti al (For Group Housing Project) Parking Requirement As Per The NBC Floor Area* Up to 90 m 2 floor area of Flat 100 m 2 or more floor area of Flat No. of Flats CPS* Parking Space Proposed To Be Provided Location Hollow Plinth (Ground Floor) Parking area (m 2 ) ECS** Surface Basement Total Total

18 Commercial Parking Requirement As per NBC Use Commercial 24 Commercial unit = m 2 Parking Requirement As Per The NBC Floor Area* CPS* Location m 2 area / 50 m 2 for one ECS Existing Parking Provided Parking area (m 2 ) ECS** Surface Hollow Plinth (Ground Floor) Basement Total = Total Total Parking Area Parking Residential Commercial Total Scooter Parking Car Parking Visitor Parking Total

19 Annexure 10 Water Balance Diagram

20 DETAILS OF WATER AND WASTEWATER (CONSTRUCTION PHASE) Source of Water : S.M.C Sr. No. Purpose Water Requirement Quantity (KLD) Remarks Quantity (KLD) Wastewater Generation Remarks 1. Domestic water for labour 45 Liter/P/D for 40 workers 1.15 No labour will stay at site, arrangement for domestic water requirement will be met by contractor 2. Dust suppression Evaporation Losses 3. Washing of construction equipment % loss on washing; rest will be collected and reused for curing after necessary treatment. 4. Curing Evaporation Losses Fresh Water (KLD) Recycle Water from Washing of construction equipment (KLD) 2.4 Total KLD 1.15 Mode of Disposal of Sewage : On site sanitation facilities (Septic Tank/Soak Pit) will be provided during the construction

21 WATER BALANCE DIAGRAM (CONSTRUCTION PHASE) Fresh Water KLD Domestic Water 1.8 KLD Curing 8.0 KLD Washing of construction equipments 3.0KLD Dust Suppression 0.75 KLD 1.15 KLD Soak Pit / Septic Tank =10.4 KLD 2.4 KLD 0.75 KLD Evaporation Losses Evaporation Losses

22 DETAILS OF WATER AND WASTEWATER (OPERATION PHASE) Source of Water : S.M.C. Sr. No. Description Water Consumption (KL/Day) Sewage Generation (KL/Day) Quantity of treated sewage to be reused (KL/Day) Quantity of sewage to be discharged into municipal sewer (KL/Day) 1. Domestic : Nil (352 Residential Units x 4.5 Person per Unit x 135 Liter/Day ) 2. Visitors: Nil 2.4 (200 visitors x 15 Liter/Day) 3. Commercial: Nil 0.57 (24 Shops x 2.0 Person per Unit x 15 Liter/Day) 4. Gardening : ( sq. m. Gardening Area x 04 Liter/sq. m./day) Total ( ) Mode of Disposal of Sewage: The Waste Water (Domestic) generated from the Commercial & Residential will be disposed into underground drained of Surat Municipal Corporation.

23 WATER BALANCE DIAGRAM (OPERATION PHASE) Fresh water 222 KLD Domestic Water 213 KLD Visitor s Domestic water 3.0 KLD Commercial 0.72 KLD Gardening 4.33 KLD KLD 2.4 KLD 0.57 KLD Municipal Sewer Line 174 KLD

24 Annexure 11 Details of Rain Water Harvesting

25 Rainwater Harvesting Plan: RAIN WATER MANAGEMENT As per GDCR there is one percolated well in every 4000 m 2. Hence Requirement percolated well = m 2 / 4000 m 2 = 3.29 Nos. However we will provide 4 Nos. of percolated well. Locations of Percolating Bore wells are shown in Lay out plan drawing vide Annexure 08. Rain water outlets shall be provided at various locations on terrace based on the criteria that minimum 1% slope to be provided towards rain water outlet from the ridges. The rainwater collected from the rooftop areas within the project area will be conveyed into the rainwater harvesting system consisting of Desilting-cum-Filter Chamber and than its disposal into recharge pits. Adequate rainwater harvesting pit will be provided. DETAILS OF RAINWATER HARVESTING PITS

26 Annexure 12 Environmental Management Plan

27 INTRODUCTION Any vast project is associated with certain positive impacts as well as some negative impacts on the environment. However, the negative or adverse impacts cannot possibly rule out development. At the same time adverse impacts cannot be neglected. An environmental management plan should be formulated for mitigation of the adverse impacts and should be based on the present environmental conditions and environmental impact appraisal. This plan helps in formulation, implementation and monitoring of the environmental parameters. The Environmental Management Plan describes in brief, the plan for keeping a constant check on all the major pollution sources, in the form of regular environment monitoring, proper and adequate implementation of treatment and control systems for air, liquid and solid pollutants and for maintaining the environment. It also includes development of green belt, noise control and other mitigative measures. ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT POLICY Although there shall not be any major environmental pollution from the proposed commercial buildings, measures shall be taken to make the buildings highly environment friendly. Only domestic effluent (sewage) shall be generated from the entire buildings. Sewage shall be discharged into SMC drainage for further treatment and final disposal. No solid hazardous wastes shall be generated from the buildings. Only non-hazardous garbage waste shall be generated like dry Garbage (paper, small food & beverage packing material), Other Waste (Large packing cartons, wooden crates, Tins large & Small). from the entire buildings. Landscaping and green-belt have been planned within the entire buildings to provide a major sink for any air, thermal and noise pollutions.

28 OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The main objectives in formulating this environmental management plan are: To treat all the pollutants viz. air, liquid and solid, which contribute to the degradation of the environment, with appropriate technology. To comply with all regulations stipulated by the central / state pollution control boards related to gaseous emissions, liquid effluent and solid / hazardous wastes discharges as per air, water and environment pollution control laws / rules. To create good living conditions for all Residential Owners & shop owners and visitors. To reduce fire and accident hazards

29 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Sr. No. Potential Impact Action I. Construction Phase 1. Air Emissions All equipments are operated within specified design parameters. Vehicle trips to be minimized to the extent possible Any dry, dusty materials stored in sealed containers or prevented from blowing. Compaction of soil during various construction activities Ambient air quality within the premises of the proposed unit to be monitored. 2. Noise List of all noise generating machinery onsite along with age to be prepared. Parameters for Monitoring Random checks of equipment logs/ manuals Vehicle logs Absence of stockpiles or open containers of dusty material Construction logs The ambient air quality will conform to the standards for SPM, SO 2 and NO x. Equipment logs, noise reading Timing Construction activities During site clearing and construction activities Construction activities Construction activities As per requirement of Gujarat State Pollution Control Board During construction Equipment to be maintained in good working order. Night working to be minimized Generation of vehicular noise Implement good working practices (equipment selection and siting) to minimize noise and also reduce its impacts on human health (ear muffs, safe distances, and enclosures). Acoustic mufflers / enclosures to be provided in large engines Noise to be monitored in ambient air within the plant premises. The Noise level will not exceed the permissible limit both during day and night times. All equipment operated within specified design parameters. Vehicle trips to be minimized to the extent possible Equipment logs, noise reading Working hour records Maintenance records of vehicles Site working practices records, noise reading Mufflers / enclosures in place. Noise reading Random checks of equipment logs/ manuals Vehicle logs During construction Construction activities During construction During construction. Prior to use of equipment. As per requirement of Gujarat State Pollution Control Board or quarterly whichever is lesser. During construction During construction

30 Sr. No. Potential Impact Action Parameters for Monitoring Timing 3. Wastewater Discharge No untreated discharge to be made to surface water, groundwater or soil. No discharge hoses in vicinity of watercourses. During construction The discharge point should be selected properly and sampling and analysis should be undertaken prior to discharge Discharge norms for effluents as given in consent to operate by Gujarat State Pollution Control Board. During construction Take care in disposal of wastewater generated such that soil and groundwater resources are protected. 4. Soil Erosion Minimize area extent of site clearance, by staying within the defined boundaries 5. Drainage and effluent management 6. Waste management 7. Qualified Construction Safety Officer Protect topsoil stockpile where possible at edge of site. Ensure drainage system and specific design measures are working effectively. The design to incorporate existing drainage pattern and avoid disturbing the same. Implement waste management plan that identifies and characterizes every waste arising associated with proposed activities and which identifies the procedures for collection, handling and disposal of each waste arising. Plan to be drawn up, considering likely emergencies and steps required to prevent/limit consequences. Discharge norms for effluents as given in consent to operate by Gujarat State Pollution Control Board. Site boundaries not extended / breached as per plan document. Effective cover in place. Visual inspection of drainage and records thereof Comprehensive Waste Management Plan in place and available for inspection on-site. Compliance with MSW Rules, 1998 and Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling Rules), 2003 Mock drills and records of the same. During construction During construction During construction During construction Prior to site clearance During Construction To adopt a safe procedure for each construction activity and implement for the same Log book for PPE s or Mock drills and records of the same 8. Environmental Management Cell/Unit The Environmental Management Cell/Unit is to be set up to ensure implementation and monitoring of environmental safeguards. II. Operation Phase A formal letter from the management indicating formation of Environment Management Cell During construction

31 Sr. No. Potential Impact Action Parameters for Monitoring Timing 9. Air emissions Ambient air quality within the premises of the proposed unit to be monitored. Exhaust from vehicles to be minimized by use of fuelefficient vehicles and well maintained vehicles having PUC certificate. Vehicle trips to be minimized to the extent possible 10. Noise Generation of vehicular noise 11. Wastewater discharge 12. Drainage and effluent management 13. Indoor air contamination No untreated discharge to be made to surface water, groundwater or soil. Take care in disposal of wastewater generated such that soil and groundwater resources are protected Ensure drainage system and specific design measures are working effectively. Design to incorporate existing drainage pattern and avoid disturbing the same. Contaminants such as CO, CO 2 and VOCs to be reduced by providing adequate ventilation. 14. Energy Usage Energy usage for airconditioning and other activities to be minimized 15. Emergency preparedness, such as fire fighting Conduct annual energy audit for the buildings Fire protection and safety measures to take care of fire and explosion hazards, to be assessed and steps taken for their prevention. The ambient air quality will conform to the standards for SPM, SO 2 and NOx as given by As per requirement of Gujarat State Pollution Control Board. Vehicle logs to be maintained Vehicle logs Maintain record of vehicles No discharge hoses in vicinity of watercourses Discharge norms for effluents Visual inspection of drainage and records thereof Visual inspection of drainage and records thereof Monitoring of indoor air contaminants such as CO, CO 2 and VOCs. Findings of energy audit report Mock drill records, on site emergency plan, evacuation plan During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation

32 Annexure 13 Details of Energy Efficient Measures

33 DETAILS OF ENERGY EFFICIENT MEASURES Details of provisions to make the project energy efficient and adoption of modes of alternative eco friendly sources of energy, solar street lighting etc. Measures proposed to comply with the ECBC norms / other international norms proposed for energy conservation. Efforts will be taken for energy conservation using passive solar architecture wherever it is possible as under. Maximum use of natural light is an integral part of architectural design. Solar Lighting will be used in landscaped areas. Thermal Insulation is provided on rooftop to conserve energy. Shading options wherever available will be used for energy saving. CFL lighting fixtures in the common areas Appropriate design to shut out excess heat and gain loss. To maintain Indoor air quality The project will designed as energy efficient and environmental friendly building that will control formation of heat island effect. There will be also sufficient green cover at the site to reduce formation of heat island. The U-values of the roof, external wall and fenestration of the building will meet the requirements as specified in the Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC-2007). Surat district falls in Hot and Dry climate zone as per ECBC Following precaution will be taken during selection of material Sr. No. Component Material Used Maximum U-Value as per ECBC (W/m 2 - C) 1. Roof Concrete External Wall Brick Fenestration Glass Facade 3.3

34 Annexure 14 Details of Fire and Safety

35 DETAILS OF FIRE AND SAFETY Adequate fire protection facilities will be installed including fire detectors, fire alarm and fire fighting system to guard the building against fires. All fire protection facilities will be designed as per the National Building Code given in Building is in Group A, sub Group A-4 FIRE ZONE No.1 (clause 3.2, ) Following component/item will be provided: Under the clauses (4.18.2, 6.1.2, 6.2.3, 6.3.2, 6.4.3, 6.5.2, , , , , , 6.6.2, 6.7.2, and 6.9.2) following are minimum requirements for firefighting installations. Following component/item will be provided: Fire Extinguishers Hose Reel Wet riser Automatic sprinkling system Over Head Tank in (each Building) (Terrace Tank) - 25,000 liter Under Ground Static water storage tank -75,000 liter Manually Operated Electric Fire Alarm System Provision of Pump: One electric pump (each building) Based upon the Occupancy (Clause 4.3 Table 20, 21 and 22, NBC-2005): Business group Unit Value Occupant load m 2 /person 12.5 Occupants per unit exit width Number of occupants Stairways-25 Ramps-50 Doors -75 Travel distance form occupancy M 30 Provision of 7.50 meter, 4.50 meter & 3.00 m wide internal road for easy movement of fire tender. Maximum Travel Distance of the Staircase from any corner of each building to reach staircase is not exceeding 30.0 m. Width of Staircase is 1.22 m.

36 Name of Bldg. Type of Bldg. Floor Type Bldg. Each Bldg Floor Area (m 2 ) No. of Staircase in each Bldg. A Single G B & C Joint G D & E Joint G F Single G IJ-KL-MN Joint G GH-OP-QR Joint G Distance of the nearest fire station is Kapodra Fire 3.6 km and time required for the fire tender to reach at the project site will be approx 12 min.

37 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS DURING CONSTRUCTION PHASE Fire extinguishers at various locations with easily view. To keep printed board showing important Tele. Number of fire, ambulance, Hospital etc. To aware labour what to do during fire. To identify suitable location together at one point. First Aid Box will be provided at identified Place within Site. In case of minor injury, First Aid box will use. In case of medium injury, nearer local doctor will call. In case of major injury, call 108 For Ambulance. Safety belt will be provided to those working at height. Adequate PPE S like Helmet, Gumboot/Safety shoes, Safety Net, Safety goggles will be provided to those engaged in material loading/unloading activity.

38 COMPLIANCES OF FIRE & SAFETY PROVISION WITH RESPECT TO GDCR & NBC-2005 Building is in Group A, sub Group A-4 FIRE ZONE No.1 (clause 3.2, ) Following component/item will be provided as per calculation of NBC- 2005: Under the clauses (4.18.2, 6.1.2, 6.2.3, 6.3.2, 6.4.3, 6.5.2, , , , , , 6.6.2, 6.7.2, and 6.9.2) following are minimum requirements for firefighting installations. Fire layout plan also prepared. Name of Installation As per GDCR Requirement As per NBC Proposed Fire Extinguishers R R At each Floor Hose Reel R R At each Floor,30 meter Length Terrace Water Storage Tank R 25,000 Liter Each Building Wet Riser R R Opening at each floor Automatic sprinkling system R R Proposed Manually Operated Electric Fire Alarm System R R Proposed AMENITIES AND WELFARE FACILITIES TO THE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Workers numbering 40 will be working at the site. The workers will be hired from local population. Hence temporary housing is not required. All the basic facilities like tap water, sanitation & drinking water will be provided. Domestic water will be allowed in soak pit. First aid box, free medicines & doctor service will be provided by us. Adequate PPE s will be provided by us to all construction workers.

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