PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING PROVISIONAL/OCCUPANCY FIRE NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE

Application for Fire No Objection Certificate
a) The Proponent shall submit Application on-line through the GHMC online portal (http://eghmc.ghmc.gov.in/) .
b) After payment of the required fees and submission of the application , it is visible in the District Fire Officer’s Dashboard.
c) The District Fire Officer assigns the application to the Zonal Station Fire Officer through the online system for further processing.

Processing of the Application
a) The Station Fire Officer inspects the premises/building to check the required precautions have been met.
b) The Officer then submits the inspection report online for further processing.
c) The submitted report is then available on the District Fire Officer’s dashboard for scrutiny.
d) After scrutiny, the District Fire Officer forwards the report to the Additional Director Fire Services.
e) Additional Director reviews the application and the report. They then provide their remarks and along with that forwards the application to the Chief City Planner.
f) The Chief City Planner again forwards the application along with his remarks to the Commissioner, GHMC.
g) The Commissioner Approves/Rejects the file and the applicant will be able to download the final approved certificate/letter through the portal.
h) After each stage that the application goes through in the process, the applicant receives a SMS to the registered mobile number informing the status.

Checklist of Documents to be submitted with the Application
a) Site Plan.
b) Basement Floor Plan.
c) Stilt/Ground Floor Plan.
d) Floor wise Plan.
e) Terrace Plan.
f) Section Plan.
g) Elevation Plan.
h) Provisional / Revised Provisional NOC (Needed for Occupancy NOC Application).

Time Limits for receiving Fire NoC after submission of Complete Application.
a) For Buildings under 15 mts height : 7 days.
b) For Buildings above 15 mts height : 14 days.

Application Process Flow Diagram
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