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High Court asks about relaxation in height of buildings near Navi Mumbai airport

MUMBAI: The Bombay Excessive Court docket on Thursday sought to know from the Airports Authority of India (AAI) whether or not any rest has been given within the top restriction of buildings across the proposed Navi Mumbai Worldwide Airport. A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice MS Karnik stated this whereas listening to a PIL filed by advocate Yashwant Shenoy.

The petition has raised issues in regards to the risks (to plane) posed by tall buildings across the Mumbai airport. Shenoy on Thursday stated the state of affairs across the Mumbai airport can’t be fastened however authorities have determined to elevate the restriction on the peak of buildings close to the proposed Navi Mumbai Worldwide Airport. Shenoy handed over a press word dated July 30, 2022, to Metropolis and Industrial Growth Company (CIDCO) Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, agreeing to the No Objection Certificates for building of buildings increased than 55.1 meters inside 20 km radius of Navi Mumbai airport. The Union Ministry of Civil Aviation, AAI and Directorate General of Civil Aviation have been appreciated for this.

The bench directed Shenoy to connect the stated word within the affidavit. Additionally, requested AAI to reply by August 29, when the matter shall be heard once more. The suburban district Justice of the Peace of Mumbai district additionally knowledgeable the excessive courtroom that elements of eight constructions close to the Mumbai airport could be demolished inside a month that violated the permissible top norms for buildings. The bench accepted the assertion and directed the District Justice of the Peace to file an affidavit on September 27 in regards to the progress of motion taken in respect of those eight constructions.

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