Liaison Study

Liaison Study

Liaison study is important for the developers who would want to venture into new markets and understand the liaisoning process and procedure applicable.

The development regulations in the city are governed by various documents such as Regional Plan, Master Plan, Zonal Plan, DCRs, etc. The potential of the site is depended on these documents along with other market factors like demand and supply. It is very important to ascertain the feasibility of any land parcel in the basis of the local regulations and policies. A misunderstanding of the regulatory process can withhold the sanction process, which anyways is too tedious within the prevailing setup. Government has been promoting the single window clearance system for development projects but it is still a long way to achieve the goal.

Apart for these regulatory procedures and approval process, we tend to come across various legal hearings which can directly or indirectly impact the development. Our team of experts keep a close watch on all forms of legal evolution and amendments pertaining to land and real estate.

We carry out a detailed project specific liaison study which involves assessment of the technical and regulatory aspects of the project development. The document is supported with numerous annexures and extracts which help authenticate the development potential of the site. The exercise requires a detailed mapping of processes and procedures involved for seeking all the approvals and sanctions at the various stages of project development such as pre-construction, during construction and finally receiving the Occupation Certificate. . These include the analysis of the approvals including the Zoning Approval, Building Plan Sanction, Fire NOC, AAI approval, Consent to Operate, Consent to Establish, etc. The document also details out the technical risks, if any, and the suitable mitigation strategy.

The deliverable involves a very robust tracker which can help the developer to trace the process and generate timely reminders. The Liaison study can be taken up as a onetime assignment or as a part of the advisory services.