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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
(Only for construction projects listed under item 8 of the Schedule)
Name of the project/s – Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP-138, Sector-D1, Kanpur
road Yojna , Alambagh, Lucknow
Sr. No
Total Plot Area
Road Area
Built-up Area
F.A.R Achieved
Proposed FAR
Ground floor Coverage
Ground floor Coverage Achieved
Total covered Area
Total Green Belt Area
Total Commercial Area
Parking required
Parking Provided
Power Requirement
Fresh Water Requirement
Waste Water generation
Solid waste generation
Height of Tower
No of D.G Set
Project Cost
Area (sqm)
14050.95 SQM
30 Mt
29,746.16 SQM
24589.16 SQM
17464.42 SQM
2957.91 SQM
3941.02 SQM
17464.42 SQM
1405.09 SQM
13604.05 SQM
13604.05X2/100=272.0 CAR
434 Cars
2500 KVA
31.23 KLD
50 KLD
22.85 Mt
4*500 = 2000 KVA
Land Cost- 15.00 Crores
Total Building Construction Cost-33.60
Total- 48.60 Crores
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
(Panoramic View of the Project site are attached)
Will the existing landuse get significantly altered from the project that is not consistent with the
surroundings? (Proposed landuse must conform to the approved Master Plan / Development Plan
of the area. Change of landuse if any and the statutory approval from the competent authority is
submitted). Attach Maps of (i) site location, (ii) Surrounding features of the proposed site (within
500 meters) and (iii) The site (indicating levels & contours) to appropriate scales. If not available
attach only conceptual plans.
The land use of the proposed project is Commercial as per the Master Plan of Lucknow Development
Authority (LDA).
The site is Propose for Commercial purposes as per the norms of LDA and local bye laws.
Site location map is shown in Figure 1 and Khasra map is attached as Annexure 1.
Site and Surroundings (2 km radius):
Town: Bangla Bazaar-1.88 kms, Krishna Nagar-3.33 Kms, Transport Nagar-2.14 kms
Road & Rail Links: Lucknow Charbagh railway station is just 4.99 kms from project site.
Schools and Institutions: Hospitals and stadium are located within 4 kms of project site.
For, education private institutions e.g Schools, Engg. colleges, Medical colleges or
Govt.schools are with 2 kms from project site.
Table 1: Site Specific Details
Type of Project
Land Use
Type of facilities
Nearest Highway
Nearest railway station
Nearest airport
Plot No CP-138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna ,
Alambagh, Lucknow
Building & Large Construction Project
Category B, Type - 8(a)
Commercial as per Master Plan of Lucknow Development
Authority (LDA)
 Commercial Area (1 nos.)
 NH-25 – 2.1 kms
 Lucknow Bypass Road (Linked NH-25 NH-248, NH56, NH-28
 Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station- 4.99 Kms
 Amausi International Airport – 3.99 Kms
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Protected areas as per Wildlife
Protection Act, 1972 (Tiger reserve,
Elephant reserve, Biospheres, National
parks, Wildlife sanctuaries, community
reserves and conservation reserves)
None in 10 Km Radius
None in 10 km radius
Archaeological important places
None in 10 Km Radius.
 Seismic Zone-III as per 2002 map.
Seismic zone
Defense installations
None in 10 Km Radius
Lucknow Master Plan 2021
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Fig:1 Google Map showing the location of the site along with its surroundings in the range of 500 m.
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Fig 2 Google Map showing the location of the site along with its surroundings in the range of 2 KM.
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Lits out all the major project requirements in terms of the land area, built up area, water
consumption, power requirement, connectivity, community facilities, parking needs etc.
(A) Area Statement:-
Total Land Area
Total Built-up Area
Proposed FAR
FAR Allowed (14050.95X1.75)
Ground Coverage Allowed (40 %)
Ground Coverage Achieved
Area on Basement floor
(For Parking & Services)
Area on Lower G. Floor
(For Parking)
Covered area on Lower Ground Floor
Covered area on Upper Ground Floor
Covered Area on First Floor
Covered Area on Second Floor
Covered Area on Third Floor
Area of 1.5 wide passage on 3rd floor for parking provision
Total Covered Area Achieved
Mumpty & Machine Room
14050.95 SQM
29,746.16 SQM
17464.42 SQM
24589.16 SQM
5620.38 SQM
3941.02 SQM
7497.37 SQM
4539.37 SQM
2957.91 SQM
3512.32 SQM
3453.71 SQM
3680.11 SQM
3860.37 SQM
230.62 SQM
17464.42 SQM
245.00 SQM
(B) Water Requirement:
Total Fresh Water (KLD)= 31.23
(C) Power Requirement for the Project
(i) Power Requirement
2500 KVA
(ii) D.G. Sets (Power Back up Requirement)
4 x 500=2000 KVA
(D) Connectivity:
The project site is situated near NH-25 bye-pass.
What are the likely impacts of the proposed activity on the existing facilities adjacent to the
proposed site? (Such as open spaces, community facilities details of the existing landuse
disturbance to the local ecology).
There will not be any significant impacts from the proposed activity on the existing facilities adjacent to
the proposed site. The land has been marked for residential purposes as per Master Plan of Lucknow
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Development Authority. The development and construction of proposed Commercial project will be
done as per applicable norms/byelaws. The proposed project will rather enhance the ecology of the area
as about considerable portion of area has been kept open and green.
Will there be any significant land disturbance resulting in erosion, subsidence & instability?
(Details of soil type, slope analysis, vulnerability to subsidence, seismicity etc may be given).
Soil Type:
The development of soils in the district can be ascertained to different erosional and depositional
agencies. Different morphological units have been bestowed with different types of soils. The soil range
from pure sand to stiff clays, with combinations of these two extreme litho units. The pure sand is called
Bhur. Clay is called Matiyar. When the sand is mixed with clay in equal proportion the soil may be
termed as Dumat or loam a good agricultural soil.
Seismicity: According to the Indian Standard Seismic Zone Map, the area under study falls in ZoneIII as per the Seismic Zones in India, 2002. Suitable seismic coefficients in horizontal and vertical
directions will be adopted while designing the structures.
Will the proposal involve alteration of natural drainage systems? (Give details on a contour map
showing the natural drainage near the proposed project site).
There will be no alteration of natural drainage system. The area is fairly plain, however, due to change in
land surface to paved, the runoff during rains will increase.
What are the quantities of earthwork involved in the construction activity cutting, filling,
reclamation etc. (Give details of the quantities of earthwork involved, transport of fill materials
from outside the site etc).
A very little cutting or filling will be required as the site is fairly plain and devoid of any water body or
low laying area.
Construction of basements and foundations will require excavation of earth material, which will be
40,407c.um. Top soil (fertile) (i.e. 1,212 c.u.m) will be stored separately and reutilized for landscaping,
green turfing and horticultural development. 100% of total excavated earth will be reutilized into
backfilling, leveling and road construction. Figure 5 illustrates the management strategy of the excavated
soil for the proposed project.
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Proposed Mall/Multiplex “Emerald Mall” Plot No CP138, Sector-D1, Kanpur road Yojna , Alambagh,
Excavated Soil
(40,407 cum)
Top Soil
(1, 212 cum)
Sub Soil Layers
(39,195 cum)
Green Turfing
Fig. 5: Excavated Soil Management Strategy
Give details regarding water supply, waste handling etc. during the construction period.
~100 KLD water will be required for construction purposes which will be supplied through
Domestic sewage will be treated in the septic tanks along with soak pits.
Construction Debris (bricks, cement, concrete and mortar) generated, will be reused as for as
possible in backfilling and leveling.
Mostly ready-mix concrete will be used.
Spillage of oil from the machineries will be properly collected and disposed off.
Domestic solid waste generated will be managed as per MSW (M & H) Rule.
Lead acid batteries will be sold back to the supplier of new batteries. Batteries will be purchased
from the registered dealers only.
Hazardous wastes will be managed as per Hazardous Waste Management Rules, 2008.
Will the low-lying areas & wetlands get altered? (Provide details of how low lying and wetlands are
getting modified from the proposed activity).
No wetland or low lying area exists within project site.
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Whether construction debris & waste during construction cause health hazard? (Give quantities of
various types of wastes generated during construction including the construction labour and the
means of disposal)
Wastes which will be generated during the construction phase include the following:
Excavated Materials From Earthworks & Foundation etc.:
Construction will require excavation of earth material, which will be approx. 40, 407 m3. The top soil
(fertile) (i.e. 1,212 m3) will be stored separately and reutilized for landscaping, green turfing and
horticultural development. The sub-soil layers will be reutilized into backfilling, leveling and road
Construction waste (e.g. wood, packing material, scrap metal, concrete and empty cement bags):
Wood - It would be reutilized in construction of sitting areas in the parks.
Packing material - The packing material from the project site will be used in composting.
Scrap metal - It would be given away to authorized recycler.
Concrete - Concrete will be reutilized in construction of amenities for the parks and will be kept over the
empty cement bags covering the excavated earth thereby preventing the displacement of bags.
Empty cement bags - The excavated earth materials will be covered by empty cement bags that will
prevent the soil from being blown away with air.
Hazardous wastes generated by servicing of DG sets and waste paints (e.g. vehicle and plant
The hazardous wastes would be handover to authorized recycler.
Municipal wastes generated by site workers:
This will be stored in bins and used in composting. Municipal wastes comprise of food wastes, packaging
and waste paper. Generation rate of solid waste from labour camps will vary from place to place due to
habits and living condition. Approximately 0.15 Kg/capita/day of municipal waste may be expected
during construction phase. The domestic waste water generated from construction camps shall be
disposed off through septic tank/soak pit. Some amount of debris, cuttings and construction materials
may be observed at construction site. However the quantity of their waste materials would be very small
and limited up to the construction site only. Contamination by these wastes would be negligible and
would be collected time to time during construction phase. The impact on soil during construction phase
will be marginal and reversible in nature.
2.1 Give the total quantity of water requirement for the proposed project with the breakup of
requirements for various uses. How will the water requirement met? State the sources & quantities
and furnish a water balance statement.
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Water Requirement, Source and Water Balance
A provision of 45 lpcd (liters per capita per day) for commercial water requirements shall be made. This
is in accordance with the Manual on Norms and Standards for Environmental Clearance of Large
Construction Projects, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, (page 65), 2013. The
water consumption comes out to be 45 lpcd for commercial after installing the following water saving
 Using low flushing systems - using efficient water saving toilets with dual flush systems, thus
saving about 50 percent of water.
 Sensor based fixtures - these reduce about 0.4 liters per flush.
 Low flow faucets along with other water saving devices resulting in 25 to 50 percent water.
 Low flow shower with flow rates at 7.5 lpm @ 80 psi
 Other pressure reducing devices to reduce from 80 psi to 65 and 50 psi thus reducing water
consumption by 10 – 25%
Table 7: Water Calculations
(in m2)
S. No.
Shop etc)
5%of total
(@ 5/unit)
Rate of fresh water
demand (lpcd)
Fresh Water
@ 30 LPCD
Flushing Water @ 15
Fresh Water
Flushing Water @ 10
Fresh Water
@ 30 LPCD
Flushing Water
@ 15 LPCD
Fresh Water
@ 5 LPCD
Flushing Water @ 10
Cooling water
for DG sets
Total water
2 l/sqm
0.9 l/KVA/Hr
(@ 8 hrs)
cled water
Total Water
(B) 6.53 KLD
Grand Total (A+B) = 68.06 KLD
Say 68 KLD
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The total quantity of fresh water requirement for the proposed project will be 31.23 KLD which will be
met from municipal supply. 30.33 KLD waste water will be generated from the project which will be
treated in STP and recycled within premises for flushing, horticulture, DG sets cooling and other low end
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Fig. 6 Water Balance
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Fig. 6: A Schematic of the Sewage Treatment Plant
2.2 What is the capacity (dependable flow or yield) of the proposed source of water?
The water supply is proposed for the project from ground water.
2.3 What is the quality of water characteristics with class of water quality).
2.4 The supply is through ground source, the quality of water is required, in case, the supply is not from a
municipal source? (Provide physical, chemical, biological Drinkable as per IS: 10500 and WHO
2.5 How much of the water requirement can be met from the recycling of treated wastewater? (Give
the details of quantities, sources and usage).
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Waste water generated is 197 KLD which will be treated in the STP of 240 KLD (designed at ~20%
higher capacity). Treated water will be recycled for various uses including flushing, horticulture, Diesel
generator sets cooling water and other low end uses.
Table 8: Water Calculations
Water/ Waste water Details
Fresh water
31.23 KLD
30.33 KLD
Horticulture / Landscape
Diesel generator sets cooling
Total water requirement
61.65 KLD
Waste water
50 KLD
Source of water - Municipal Water
STP Capacity –90 KLD (~ 20% extra for future expansion)
STP Sludge – 10 KLD
2.6 Will there be diversion of water from other users? (Please assess the impacts of the project on
other existing uses and quantities of consumption).
There would be no diversion of water from other users. The water will be supply from ground water.
Rise in water demand is a local phenomenon but the project would involve spatial shifting of water
demand within a region.
2.7 What is the incremental pollution load from wastewater generated from the proposed activity?
(Give details of the quantities and composition of wastewater generated from the proposed
Waste water generated is 50 KLD which will be treated in the STP of 90 KLD
KLD (designed at more than ~20% higher capacity). Treated water will be recycled for various uses
including flushing, horticulture, DG sets cooling and other low end uses. The surplus quantity will be
moved into municipal sewer line; necessary permission will be taken from the concerned authority for
the same.
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Table 9: Estimated Characteristics of Raw Sewage
Raw Sewage
Treated Sewage
Treated Sewage
(After Secondary
(After Tertiary
7.5 – 8.5
6.5- 8.5
6- 8
BOD3 at 27 C (mg/l)
250 – 350
< 30
COD (mg/l)
400 – 500
< 100
< 10
Suspended solids (mg/l)
250 – 450
< 100
Oil and Grease (mg/l)
< 10
2.8 Give details of the water requirements met from water harvesting? Furnish details of the facilities
Water harvesting pits have been proposed for augmentation of ground water. The rainwater collected
from the rooftop will be conveyed into the rainwater harvesting system consisting of desilting-cum-filter
chamber, oil and grease separators and bore wells for recharge into the groundwater. RWH will be
initially done only from the roof top. Runoff from green and other open areas will be done only after
permission from CGWB. No demand will be met from the process.
Analysis of the observed data on intensity duration of rainfall of past records over a period of years in the
area is necessary to arrive at a fair estimate of intensity-duration for given frequencies. The longer the
record available, the more dependable is the forecast. In Indian conditions, intensity of rainfall adopted in
design is usually in the range of 15 mm/hr to 30 mm/hr. The intensity of precipitation for design of
drainage scheme has been taken 30 mm/hr.
2.9 What would be the impact of the land use changes occurring due to the proposed project on the
runoff characteristics (quantitative as well as qualitative) of the area in the post construction phase
on a long-term basis? Would it aggravate the problems of flooding or water logging in any way?
Maximum storm rainfall of 30 mm has been assumed on the past experience. No adverse impacts are
envisaged due to proposed project on the run off characteristics of the area as adequate arrangements
have been made to trap the rainwater and suitable storm water drainage system has been provided. The
runoff from the area will increase during rains due to increase in paved area.
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During the post-construction phase due to change in land surface, the runoff will increase during rains.
The runoff from the project shall not be allowed to stand and create water logging or enter into the road
side or nearby drain. Adequate measures shall be taken to collect such run off and either shall be reused
or stored in recharging pits. Suitable garlanding drain as per the existing contours of the plot will be
developed. There is no landscape change planned. The project will not aggravate the problems of
flooding or water logging in any way, as the topography is plain.
What are the impacts of the proposal on the ground water? (Will there be tapping of
ground water; give the details of ground water table, recharging capacity, and approvals obtained
from competent authority, if any).
There will be no impact on the groundwater by the proposed project as no ground water extraction is
proposed. Fresh water shall be supplied through groundwater source.
The rain water collected from roof top will be sent for ground water recharging through 14 nos. of
RWH pits. 334 m3/hr of water is available for ground water recharge which will be recharged through
RWH pits. A major part of the area is under green or open land which will percolate naturally and
augment the ground water. Therefore, most of the rain water will be directly infiltrated through these
open/green areas. Hence no adverse impacts are envisaged due to the project on the ground water
quality and the level. Maximum recharging of the underground aquifer will be done.
Ground water status:
Ground water in phreatic aquifers, in general, is colourless, odourless an slightly alkaline in nature. The
specific electrical conductance of ground water in phreatic zone ranges from 527 to 3318 µs/cm at 250
C. Conductance below 750 µs/cm at 250 C has been observed in a 44% of the analysed samples, here
as, above 2250 µs/cm at 250 Sl. No. C in 11% of the samples. It is observed that the ground water is
suitable for drinking and domestic uses in respect to all constituents except for total Hardness &
Nitrate. High concentration (>600 mg/l), total hardness in found in 11% of the samples with a
maximum value of 990 mg/l from Bhojpura. Nitrate is found in excess of permissible limit (>45 mg/l)
in 22% of the samples analysed with a maximum of 168 mg/l from Bhojpura. High nitrate values may
be due to return irrigation flow from agricultural fields where indiscriminate use of fertilizer is being
done. The Arsenic content has not been detected in the ground water of the district.
2.11 What precautions/measures are taken to prevent the run-off from construction activities polluting
land & aquifers? (Give details of quantities and the measures taken to avoid the adverse impacts).
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Surface water quality may be affected with the discharge of the runoff from the project site. The impact
on the surface water bodies could arise from the increased soil erosion from excavated site, only to
increase in the suspended particles and turbidity of runoff water from the site. However, this impact will
be temporary in nature and would be observed in first rain only and as soon as the rain is over, excavated
soil at site would be stabilized therefore the surface water quality during rains will be impacted
marginally for very short duration. Plantation of trees will start from construction phase. No runoff will
be disposed outside the project boundary except in rare conditions to municipal drains.
2.12 How is the storm water from within the site managed? (State the provisions made to avoid flooding
of the area, details of the drainage facilities provided along with a site layout indication contour
Since the existing topography is amiable to surface disposal, a network of storm water pipe drains has
been planned adjacent to roads. All building roof water will be brought down through drain water pipes.
Proposed storm water system consists of pipe drains, catch basins and seepage pits at regular intervals for
rain water harvestings and ground water recharging. The storm rainfall of 30 mm/hr. has been considered
for designing the storm water drainage system.
2.13 Will the deployment of construction laborers particularly in the peak period lead to unsanitary
conditions around the project site (Justify with proper explanation).
Sewerage and solid waste will be generated from temporary labour camps on site, which will be
temporary in nature during the initial construction phase. Wash bins will be placed near the camps for
solid waste collection; the camp’s solid waste will be properly disposed as per MSW Rules 2000. The
sewage will be disposed through soak pit and septic tanks. Therefore during construction their will not be
any unsanitary conditions around the project area.
2.14 What on-site facilities are provided for the collection, treatment & safe disposal of sewage? (Give
details of the quantities of wastewater generation, treatment capacities with technology & facilities
for recycling and disposal).
Sewer network shall be used for collection of sewage. The collected sewerage shall be treated in STP.
For conservation of water, treated water will be recycled for various uses including flushing, horticulture,
Diesel generator sets cooling, and other low end uses. The surplus quantity will be utilized for irrigation
by the nearby agricultural fields till the availability of municipal sewer line; necessary permission will be
taken from the concerned authority for the same.
The STP capacity shall be as per requirement of recycled water with ~20% higher capacity for future use.
Thus the STP capacity will be 90 KLD.
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Total waste water generated is approximately 240 KLD and the STP sludge shall be used as manure for
2.15 Give details of dual plumbing system, if treated waste is used for flushing of toilets or any other
For conservation of water, the treated water will be recycled from the STP for diesel generator sets
cooling, flushing, horticulture etc. Dual plumbing shall be used for recycled water using different color
Is there any threat of the project to the biodiversity? (Give a description of the local ecosystem
with its unique features, if any).
All the waste (liquid/solid/gases) will be treated and managed as per rules. The proposed project would
not have any impact on the biodiversity. Some of the flora-fauna found in the region is listed in the
Flora of the study area (Secondary sources): Ashoka, Chitwan, Scholar Tree, Neem, Kaner, Amaltas,
Gulmohar, Peepal, Bottle Brush & Bottle Palm etc.
Fauna of the Study area (Secondary sources): Mostly domestic animal’s viz. dog, cat, horse, donkey,
hyna & cattle etc.
Avifauna: Common Crow, Chukar Partridge, Duck, Hornbill, Snow Partridge & Rain Quail etc.
Will the construction involve extensive clearing or modification of vegetation? (Provide a detailed
account of the trees & vegetation affected by the project).
There are no significant vegetations, except very small vegetation like Parthenium and Doob grass.
What are the measures proposed to be taken to minimize the likely impacts on important site
features? (Give details of proposal for tree plantation, landscaping, creation of water bodies etc
along with a layout plan to an appropriate scale).
A combination of evergreen and ornamental flowering trees, palms, shrubs and ground covers will be
planted along the sides of the roads and in open spaces & set back area within the complex.
Landscaping is an important element in altering the microclimate of a place. Proper landscaping reduces
direct sun from striking the buildings and heating up building surfaces, prevents reflected light carrying
heat into a building from the ground or surface, creates different airflow patterns and can be used to
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direct or divert the wind advantageously by causing a pressure difference. Shade created by trees and the
effects of grass and shrubs reduce air temperature adjoining the building and provide evaporative
cooling. A study shows that the ambient air under a tree is 2 to 2.5 0C lower than that for adjacent nonshaded areas.
Parks & Avenue Plantation
Ornamental trees with spreading branches, shade giving with colorful flowers for visitors to relax and
suitable patches of lawns shall be provided. The following trees are proposed to be planted in the
proposed project:
Trees with colonial canopy with attractive flowering.
Trees with branching at 10 feet and above.
Trees with medium spreading branches to avoid obstruction to the traffic, fruit trees to be
avoided because children may obstruct traffic and general movement of public.
The selection of plant species for the development depends on various factors such as climate, elevation
and soil. The list of plant species, which can be suitably planted, and having significant importance are
provided in Table 10.
Table 11: List of Plant Species to be planted in the Green Area
S. No.
Scientific Name
Time when Flowering/Fruiting
Ailanthus excelsa
January- March
Albizia labbeck
January- March
Alibizia procera
Safed Sirish
January- March
Alstonia scholaris
January- April
Anthocephalus cadamba
Azadirachta indica
Bauhinia variegate
Butea monosperma
Cassia Fistula
4.1 Is there likely to be any displacement of fauna- both terrestrial and aquatic or creation of barriers
for their movement? Provide the details.
There would be no displacement of fauna or creation of barriers for their movement.
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4.2 Any direct or indirect impacts on the avifauna of the area? Provide details.
There would be no impact on the avifauna of the area. Due to the provision of plantation on the project
site it is expected that site will attract small fauna.
4.3 Prescribe measures such as corridors, fish ladders etc to mitigate adverse impacts on fauna.
As there would be no displacement of fauna, no mitigation measures are required and provided.
5. Air Environment
5.1 Will the project increase atmospheric concentration of gases & result in heat islands? (Give details
of background air quality levels with predicted values based on dispersion models taking into
account the increased traffic generation as a result of the proposed constructions).
Increased traffic generation due to project is not going to cause significant increase in atmospheric
concentration of gases and will not result in heat island formation. The minor impacts of emissions from
traffic will be neutralized by developing a thick green belt along the periphery and internal road side.
During construction phase, dust emissions will be the main pollutants associated within on-site roads,
(paved and unpaved), stockpiles and material handling.
Regular water sprinkling will be done and construction material will be transferred in trucks covered
with tarpaulin.
The other source of pollution during operational phase will be emissions from diesel generator sets.
Adequate height of stacks will be provided to the diesel generator sets as per guidelines of MoEF (as per
the Gazette of India Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (I) No. 318, dated July 11, 2002, is given below,
refer table no. 4.3) to facilitate the dispersion of flue gases into the atmosphere.
Table 12: Diesel Generator set Stack height (Provided)
Capacity of Diesel
Stack Height Provided (m)
generator sets (KVA)
3m + Building Height
CNG/LPG will be used which will result in lower emissions and increased efficiency.
5.2 What are the impacts on generation of dust, smoke, odorous fumes or other hazardous gases? Give
details in relation to all the meteorological parameters.
During operation phase, diesel generator sets operated for back-up diesel supply are identified as the only
major sources of gaseous and particulate emission. NO2 and SO2 emissions are expected due to fuel
combustion in generator sets.
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During the construction stage of the project, there remain chances for generation of dust, which will be
controlled by sprinkling of water, covering building materials by tarpaulin, covering the structure with
Hessian clothes etc. No hazardous gases will be generated during the construction stage of the project.
Most of the concrete to be used at site, will be ready mix concrete procured from nearby factories.
5.3 Will the proposal create shortage of parking space for vehicles? Furnish details of the present level
of transport infrastructure and measures proposed for improvement including the traffic
management at the entry & exit to the project site.
The project complex will have entry from 12 m wide road. All the internal roads would be 9 m wide. The
entry/exit point has been marked on the layout plan and it is 6 mt wide. The project site is well connected
to network of roads leading from various parts of the city.
Adequate provision has already been kept for car/vehicles parking at the proposed project. Vehicle
parking will be both in the basement and in open within the premises.
Table 13: Parking Details (Required Parking)
Parking Required
Total Commercial Area
Parking Required
Parking For Multiplex
Parking for passage on 3rd Floor
No of Seats
Total Parking Required
13604.05x2/100=272 Car say 270 CARS
230.62x2/100=4.6 Say 5 Cars
1560 SEATS/10=156 Cars
272+5+156=433 Cars
Table 14: Parking Provided (Proposed Parking)
Parking provided on surface
Parking Provided in Lower Ground Floor
Parking Provided in Basement
Total Parking Provided
152 Cars
85 Cars
197 Cars
5.4 Provide details of the movement patterns with internal roads, bicycle tracks, pedestrian pathways,
footpaths etc., with areas under each category.
The site layout plan is enclosed as Annexure 3.
5.5 Will there be significant increase in traffic noise & vibrations? Give details of the sources and the
measures proposed for mitigation of the above.
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During the construction phase, some noise will be generated through the operation of construction
machines, excavators, diesel generator sets etc. Following measures should be taken into consideration to
mitigate the noise at construction site:
Efforts shall be made to the extent feasible not to use such excavation/construction machines,
which generate noise levels much more than 75 dB (A),
Silencers shall be fitted on construction machines and diesel generator sets ,
Acoustic enclosures shall be provide to diesel generator sets at the construction site,
Earmuff and other protecting, devices shall be provided to labour working in high noise
generation machines.
During operation phase the increase in traffic noise is expected due to movement of light vehicles and
To mitigate the impact proper traffic circulation will be provided.
Diesel generator sets will be provided with the acoustic enclosures.
Administrative control by display of slogans and sinages
Green belt/plantation along the internal roads will also work as noise harriers.
No honk board will be provided
Thick green belt will be provided along the road side to absorb noise level.
5.6 What will be the impact of diesel generator sets & other equipment on noise levels & vibration in
& ambient air quality around the project site? Provide details.
Impacts on Air Quality due to diesel generator sets
Impacts on ambient air during operation phase would be due to emissions from the stacks attached to
stand by diesel generator sets only during grid power failure.
Mitigation Measures
Backup diesel generator sets will comply with the applicable emission norms.
Adequate stack height for diesel generator sets will be provided as per norms.
Backup diesel generator sets will be used only during power failure. Monitoring of emissions
from diesel generator sets and ambient air quality will be carried outas per norm.
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6.1 Will the proposed constructions in any way result in the obstruction of a view, scenic amenity or
landscapes? Are these considerations taken into account by the proponents?
The architecture of the proposed project will be in accordance with the architecture of the
community/institution and other buildings in the area. The project will have good ambience and state of
art infrastructures. The proposed constructions in any way will not result in the obstruction of view,
scenic amenity or landscapes.
6.2 Will there be any adverse impacts from new constructions on the existing structures? What are the
considerations taken into account?
The development in the project-influenced area is as per the development plan. Hence no adverse
impacts are anticipated from new constructions on the existing structures in this area.
6.3 Whether there are any local considerations of urban form & urban design influencing the design
criteria? They may be explicitly spelt out.
The architectural design of the project is in accordance with the guidelines of local bye laws and National
Building Code of India.
6.4 Are there any anthropological or archaeological sites or artifacts nearby? State if any other
significant features in the vicinity of the proposed site have been considered.
None in 10 km radius of proposed site.
7.0 Socio-Economic Aspects
7.1 Will the proposal result in any changes to the demographic structure of local population? Provide
the details.
Due to proposed project there will be no change in demographic pattern or structure of local population.
The complex will decongest the adjoining area to some extent and redistribute the existing population of
the region.
7.2 Give details of the existing social infrastructure around the proposed project.
The social infrastructure within the study area is as follows:
Site and Surroundings (2 km radius):
Road & Rail Links: Near National High way NH-27 – 0.72 Km (S and Nearest Railway Station is
Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station- 4.90 Kms
Schools and Institutions: •
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Law University -0.65 Km, SIET Ghaziabad –
406m (E)
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Education: The study area has adequate facility of education; there are several primary, and secondary
schools located in the area. The educational facilities are provided in stages i.e. junior basic school, senior
basic school, higher secondary school, degree colleges and technical Institutions.
Tele-Communication: Telecommunication facility in the study area is very good. An electronic
telephone exchange is working in the study area, and mobile facility is also available. The major mobile
operators are Airtel, Vodafone, Tata, Reliance & Idea.
Roads and Transportation System: It is connected by a network of state level and internal roads to the
entire region. Being capital the transport and infrastructure facilities around the project site is excellent.
Road and transport services are all around the 24 hours.
7.3 Will the project cause adverse effects on local communities, disturbance to sacred sites or other
cultural values? What are the safeguards proposed?
The project will provide employment to people from all walks of life: Construction, Construction related
materials, Engineering, Medicine, Landscapists, Animal Husbandry, Hospitality, Facility Management,
Education, Artisans, Information Technology, Administration etc. The project will not have any adverse
effect on the local communities. Since the project related activities would be confined within the
premises, therefore no adverse impacts on the surrounding features are envisaged.
8.1 May involve the use of building materials with high-embodied energy. Are the construction
materials produced with energy efficient processes? (Give details of energy conservation measures
in the selection of building materials and their energy efficiency).
The major materials required for construction of the proposed project will be steel, cement, bricks, metal,
flooring tiles/stones, sanitary and hardware items, electrical fittings, water, etc.
Conventional construction material will be used outsourced from authorized vendors/sellers.
All items to be used in the proposed project will be as per the National Building Code
specification. If the building materials with high-embodied energy are locally available, it will be
used in construction.
Low embodied energy material like ready mix concrete, fly ash bricks will be used in
Sr No.
Coarse sand/ stone dust/ river sand
Stone aggregates
Fly Ash
4375 m3
8750 m3
70000.00 Bags
1840000.00 nos
00.00 kgs
500 MT
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8.2 Transport and handling of materials during construction may result in pollution, noise & public
nuisance. What measures are taken to minimize the impacts?
Mitigation Measures for Air Pollution (Construction Stage)
To minimize the adverse impact due to air pollution during construction, following measures will be
Transportation of construction material will be provided with suitable covering like tarpaulin
Water sprinkling shall be done at the location where dust generation is anticipated.
Raw material handling yard will be enclosed from all sides.
To minimize the occupational health hazard, proper personal protective gears i.e. mask shall be
provided to the workers who are engaged in dust generation activity.
Mitigation measures for Noise Pollution (Construction Stage)
Administrative as well as engineering control of noise will be implemented. To prevent occupational
hazard earmuffs / earplugs shall be given to the workers working around the operating plant and
machinery emitting high noise levels. Use of such plant or machinery shall not be allowed during night
hours. Careful planning of machinery operations and scheduling of operations shall be done to minimize
such impacts.
8.3 Are recycled materials used in roads and structures? State the extent of savings achieved?
Waste from construction like excavated earth, empty cement bags, plastics & iron rods will be
reused/recycled as far as possible in road construction etc.
8.4 Give details of the methods of collection, segregation & disposal of the garbage generated during
the operation phases of the project.
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Table 15: Municipal Solid Waste Estimation
S. No.
Commercial Centers
(@ 0.15 Kg/day)
Visitors (@ 0.15 Kg/day)
Staff (@ 0.15 Kg/day)
Total Solid Waste Generated
Horticulture Waste
E-Waste (0.15 Kg/C/Yr)
STP Sludge
Waste generated(Kg/day)
116 kg/day
3 Kg/year
10 KLD
Operation Phase
Nature of waste
Biodegradable waste – Food, garden waste etc.
Non-biodegradable waste – Recyclable & inert waste
 Waste segregated at source and collected in colored coded bins.
Method of treatment and
 Recyclable waste will be sold to recyclers
 Organic waste will be send to bio-composting site of Nagar
Nigam and inert waste will be converted into paving blocks
Segregation & Collection of waste
A door to door system through garbage chute collection shall be provided for collection of solid
waste generated.
Adequate number of colored bins (green and blue - separate for bio-degradable and non biodegradable) will be placed.
Storage of solid waste shall be done only for 48 hours at site.
Recyclable waste will be sold to authorized agencies.
Hazardous waste (filters) & e-waste will be stored at separate place and handover to authorized
dealers of CPCB.
Litter bin will also be provided in open areas like community spaces, parks & grounds etc.
Generated Solid waste shall be segregated & collected on common solid waste collection center at site,
from where it will be transported to the nearest landfill site by the hired waste management/municipal
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agency for their treatment and disposal. However, the MSW management approach will be towards zero
landfill by reducing the amount of inert waste.
Fig. 7: Waste Management Flow Diagram (Operational Phase).
E-Waste (Management & Handling Rule, 2011,12th May) Electronic waste, popularly known as ‘ewaste’ can be defined as waste electrical and electronic equipments whole or in part or reject (such as
CDs, floppies, keyboards, monitors, power plug, batteries, etc.) which have become obsolete due to:
Advancement in technology
Changes in fashion, style and status
Nearing the end of their useful life
Responsibility of Consumer or Bulk Consumer
According to E-Waste (Management & Handling Rule, 2011) responsibility of consumer or bulk
consumer is given below:
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Consumer or bulk consumer of electrical and electronic equipment shall ensure that e-waste
generated by them is channelized to authorized collection centers or registered dismantlers or
recyclers or is return back to the pick-up or take back services provided by the producers.
Bulk consumers shall maintain records of e-waste generated by them in Form-2 and make
records available to UPPCB.
The e-waste generated from the proposed project would be suitably managed through assistance from Eparisira.
The mantra of "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" applies here also.
Reduce generation of e-waste through smart procurement and good maintenance.
Reuse still functioning electronic equipment by donating or selling it to someone who can still
use it.
Recycle those components that cannot be repaired. To identify organizations who reuse or
recycle electronics.
Give details of the power requirements, source of supply, backup source etc. What is the energy
consumption assumed per square foot of built-up area? How have you tried to minimize energy
The details of power requirement & source are given below:
Power requirement: 2500 KVA
Source of Power: U.P. Power Corp Ltd.
Backup: Diesel generator sets 500*4 kw
Energy Conservation Measures & Management Plan:
In the operational phase, appropriate energy conservation measures & management plan will be adopted
in order to minimize the consumptions of non-renewable energy. The following practices will be
The water supply pumping system will be provided with variable speed drive to conserve energy
at part load.
CFL and T-5 lamps will be used. Use of LED will be explored.
Solar water Heating System will be provided.
20% street lighting will be powered by solar lighting.
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The Diesel generator sets will be automatically controlled to optimize the usage based on the
actual load requirement at any given time. These measures will effectively cut down the
electricity/ diesel consumption.
9.2 What type of and capacity of power back up to you plan to provide?
Power requirement: 2500 KVA
Source of Power: U.P. Power Corp Ltd
Backup Diesel generator sets : 500*4 KVA
Table 16: Capacity and type of power
Backup power units will be provided for the following emergency power back-up requirement:
Staircase, common area lighting and elevators of individual building.
Receiving station and substation lighting.
Sewage treatment plant.
Firefighting equipment.
Telltale lights in common amenity building.
9.3 What are the characteristics of the glass you plan to use? Provide specifications of its
characteristics related to both short wave and long wave radiation?
Double-Glazing Glass have been planned to be used. The thickness of glazing glass is 6-12-06 mm
depending upon the panel size to keep the U value within the permissible limit of 3.3 W/m2 0C as per
ECBC. This is a residential complex and very little of glass will be used, mainly for windows.
9.4 What passive solar architectural features are being used in the building? Illustrate the applications
made in the proposed project.
Efforts will be taken for energy conservation using passive solar architecture, wherever it is possible.
Projections, shades, façade elements will be provided.
9.5 Does the layout of streets & buildings maximize the potential for solar energy devices? Have you
considered the use of street lighting, emergency lighting and solar hot water systems for use in the
building complex? Substantiate with details.
Yes, the layout of streets & buildings has been designed as per sun light path analysis to maximize the
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potential for solar energy. Solar energy will be used for street lighting. 20% of street lights will be
powered by solar lighting. Also automatic light sensors will be installed to facilitate automatic off-on
action resulting in significant amount of energy saving. Projections, shades façade elements will reduce
the summer heating of the building. Green areas and open spaces will achieve a reduction in heating in
9.6 Is shading effectively used to reduce cooling/heating loads? What principles have been used to
maximize the shading of Walls on the East and the West and the Roof? How much energy saving
has been effected?
Shading options, wherever feasible, will be used for energy saving. Roofs will be painted with
reflective, aluminum based paints with solar reflectance ranging from 0.3-0.6. This will result in less
absorption of sunlight causing 40% back reflection and less heating of building structures during
summer season. This will effectively reduce the heat load of the building envelope.
9.7 Do the structures use energy-efficient space conditioning, lighting and mechanical systems?
Provide technical details. Provide details of the transformers and motor efficiencies, lighting
intensity and air-conditioning load assumptions? Are you using CFC and HCFC free chillers?
Provide specifications.
Suitable energy optimization will be adopted during the calculation of energy load of the proposed
project. CFL will be used in place of incandescent and halogen lamps in all common areas and basement
parking. Apart from the compressor Motor with low BHP, all the rest of the motors for pumps, AHU etc
will be standard motors with efficiency at 80 to 85%.
Energy Efficient Features:
Maximum utilization of natural light.
CFL & T-5 lighting fixtures in the common areas and Truelite fluorescent lamps in
Use of solar lights partly in open areas and landscaped area.
Appropriate thermal insulation in walls and roofs to reduce heat gain and loss.
Glazing glass: to keep the U value as per ECBC.
External glazing will be below 40% of the total vertical surface as per ECBC.
9.8 What are the likely effects of the building activity in altering the microclimates? Provide a selfassessment on the likely impacts of the proposed construction on creation of heat island &
inversion effects?
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The building will use energy efficient and environmental friendly designs that will control formulation of
heat island effect. There will also be sufficient green cover at the site to reduce formation of heat island.
9.9 What are the thermal characteristics of the building envelope? (a) Roof; (b) external walls; and (c)
fenestration? Give details of the material used and the U-values or the R-values of the individual
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.
9.10 What precautions & safety measures are proposed against fire hazards? Furnish details of
emergency plans.
The entire building is protected with fire fighting measures as per National Building Code of India.
Building will be fully fitted with water sprinklers and also fire hydrants and portable fire extinguishers to
be located at strategic locations.
Fire Safety
The building materials shall be of appropriate fire resistance standard. Further, design of building will be
as per NBC, 2005, which include following provisions:
The electrical systems shall be provided with automatic circuit breakers activated by the rise of
current as well as over current
Fire detection systems
Manual operated Fire Alarm systems at appropriate places
Double door and Double stairs in building will be provided
Adequate no. of Entry/Exit will be proposed
Access for fireman
Provision of mechanical ventilation for air conditioned room will be made
Adequate fire fighting requirement shall be taken into account while designing the electrical
distribution system
9.11 If you are using glass as wall material provides details and specifications including emissivity and
thermal characteristics.
Glass will not be used as wall material.
9.12 What is the rate of air infiltration into the building? Provide details of how you are mitigating the
effects of infiltration.
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Adequate provisions would be made to mitigate the effects of air infiltration.
9.13 To what extent the non-conventional energy technologies are utilized in the overall energy
consumption? Provide details of the renewable energy technologies used.
Solar Energy will be used for external lighting. No other technologies are viable in the case. Solar Water
Heating Systems may be used, if possible.
Environment Management Plan is discussed in Conceptual Plan.
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