Plinth is the part of a building structure between the ground level and the level of the lowest floor above ground level. In other words Plinth is the base/platform on which a building structure rests on. Any builder who has received the commencement Certificate for their proposed development / construction work should have completed the construction work only up to the plinth level and subsequently must submit the proposal for a Plinth completion Certificate.
Documents required for getting the Plinth Certificate
- Duly filled Application form
- Architect’s letter confirming the Completion of work only up to the Plinth level
- Structural Engineer’s letter
- Structural Design and Detailed drawings
- Actual drawings of the Site and detail
Documents to be submitted may vary depending on the Proposal type.
Disclaimer - For legal and accurate definition kindly refer the development control rule book.