Approved plans and layout plans refer to the architectural and engineering plans that have been reviewed and approved by the local municipal corporation or development authority before the construction of a real estate project.
Approved plans are the final set of architectural and engineering plans that have been reviewed and approved by the local authorities. They include the structural plans, electrical and plumbing plans, and fire safety plans. These plans provide detailed information about the design, layout, and construction of the building and are used to ensure that the building is constructed in compliance with the local building codes and safety standards.
Layout plans, on the other hand, show the overall layout of the project and include details such as the location of the building, the number of units, the type of units, and the amenities and facilities provided.
It’s important to note that Approved plans and layout plans are mandatory documents that the builders and developers must submit to the local authorities to get the building plan approved and also to get the OC (Occupancy certificate) which certifies that the building has been constructed in accordance with the approved plans and that it is fit for occupation.
It’s also important for the buyers to check the approved plans and layout plans before purchasing the flat or house, to ensure that the building is constructed according to the approved plans and that it meets the safety standards.