86. Certain buildings and sheds exempted.- Any building constructed or used or intended to be constructed or used exclusively for the purposes of a plant house or metre house, not being a dwelling house and sheds for keeping fuel or firewood for the domestic use of its owner or for keeping agricultural implements, tools, rubbish or other materials or for watching crops or kennel for keeping not more than six dogs or cattle shed for keeping not more than six cattle and their calves or cage/aviary for keeping not more than twenty hens or ducks shall be exempted from the provisions of these rules :

Provided that such building or shed shall have minimum one metre set back from the nearest boundaries and may abut the main building

87. Temporary hut or shed.- (1) The Secretary may grant permission to a person to erect for a specified period huts or sheds of a purely temporary nature for stabling or similar purposes, on general conditions as may be fixed by the Council.

(2) The Secretary may, on the failure of the person to demolish or dismantle the shed or hut at the expiry of the period specified, cause it to be demolished or dismantled and the cost thereof shall be recovered from such person as if it were an arrears of property tax due under the Act.

(3) Application for permission to erect temporary hut or shed shall be submitted in white paper typed or written in ink, affixed with necessary court fee stamp and accompanied by document to prove ownership or consent of the
owner, if the land is not owned by the applicant.
(4) The Secretary shall, if convinced of the ownership, issue permit with or without condition and specifying the period beyond which the hut or shed shall not be retained.

88. Accessory building. [ X X X ].-[(1) Construction of accessory buildings such as bathrooms, toilets, storehouses, cattle sheds, kennels and cages or cabin for watch and ward shall be permitted in the open space of the main building, if the open space available is sufficient for such construction:

Provided that area of such structures shall be limited to fifteen per cent of the open space.]


(3) The height of the structure or cabin shall be limited to 2.5 Mts.

(4) The distance from the boundary abutting the road to the accessory building shall be equal to that necessary for a single storeyed residential building.

(5) The accessory building shall have minimum 1.00-meter distance from the boundaries:

Provided that it may abut the main building.


89. Certain provisions not to apply.-Provisions regarding floor area ratio shall not apply to the constructions under this chapter.