2Definition of HTL Q.1 What is High Tide Line ? Line up to which the highest water line reaches during the spring tide.Q.2 What is Coastal Regulation zone ?Coastal stretches of Sea, Bays, Estuaries, Creeks, Rivers and Backwaters which are influenced by the tidal action.Area between LTL & HTL.Area upto 500m from HTL
3Landward limit of CRZ in creeks C.R.Z is extended up to what point inside landward direction,in cases of Rivers, Creeks and Backwaters?Distance upto which tidal effects are experiencedConcentration levels of five parts per 1000.
4Width of CRZ belt in creeks What is the width of Coastal Regulation zone in case of sea and in case of creeks and rivers and backwaters ?for sea is 500mt. from the High Tide Line.for Creeks and backwatersWidth of creekWidth of CRZ belt100m or lessUp to 100m or lessm100m>350m150m
5Prohibited activities in CRZ Prohibited activities in CRZ areas.Setting up and expansion of existing industries,Discharging of untreated waste,Dumping of waste by land filling,Land reclamation or bunding,Construction activity in CRZ - I in between Low Tide Line & High Tide Line,Alteration of sand dunes etc.
6CRZ - I What are the different zone in Coastal Regulation zone? Coastal Regulation zone-I(i)Areas that are ecological sensitive such as Marine Park, Mangroves, Coral Riffs, etc.Coastal Regulation zone-I(ii)Area between the Low Tide Line & High Tide Line.
7Development in CRZ - INo new construction in Coastal Regulation zone-IProjects of Department of atomic Energy, Pipelines, Transmission Lines are permittedIn CRZ- I (ii)which are not ecological sensitive exploration and extraction of natural gas, salt harvesting permitted.
8CRZ - II Coastal Regulation Zone - II Developed areas close to the shore line,Substantially built up areas within legally designated urban areas.Infrastructure facilities provided.
9Development in CRZ - II Development permissibility in CRZ - II Buildings permitted only onland ward side of existing road orlandward side of existing authorized structure or onlandward side of proposed roads in approved CZMP.Such bldgs as per existing FSI/FAR norms
10C.R.Z (II) Sea Landward Side of Road Existing RoadC.R.Z (II)500 MSeaHigh tide Line500M Control LinePlotLandward Side of Road
11Land Ward Side of Existing Authorised Building PlotExisting Bldg.SeaCRZ (II)Land Ward Side of Existing Authorised Building
12Development in CRZ - IIReconstruction permitted subject to existing FSI/FAR norms without change in useBldgs. Consistent with surrounding urban landscape & architecture.Certain relaxations given in latest amendment to Redevelopment of Cessed Structures / MHADA Projects.
13CRZ - III Coastal Regulation zone - III Relatively undisturbed & undeveloped areasRural areas within municipal limit which are not substantially built up
14Development in CRZ - III Development permissibility in CRZ - III0-200m No construction except repairs of authorized structures public utility facilities allowed with permission of state CZMP.m Development of vacant plots for Hotels /beach resorts with prior approval from MoEF.Construction / reconstruction of dwelling units within ambit of tradition of rights and customary use such as fishing, villages and gaothans etc.
15Sea0 –200 MTS. No. Dev. Zone of CRZ - III200 TO 500 MTS. in N CRZ - IIIHTL of Sea
16CRZ - IV Coastal Regulation Zone - IV Applicable only for Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
17C.Z.M.P. What is Costal Zone Management Plan? Identifying coastal stretches & classifying them in different CRZ areas.Integrated development of these areas.State level coastal management authority responsible for monitoring
18Coastal Zone Management Plan for Greater Mumbai Combined CZMP for Greater Mumbai submitted to MoEF by GoM Wide letter No. CS/TPB. 4396/12/CR-263/96/UD-11 Dated 25th Nov & approved by MoEF letter No. J-17011/8/95-1A .III Dated 19th Jan 2000.CRZ - ICRZ - IICRZ -IIIExisting Roads shown as CZMP RoadsProposed Roads on Land (Not Passing Trough CRZ) shown as proposed CZMP RoadsN
19Extent of CRZ in Mumbai The approximate areas of CRZ CRZ – I sq. kmsCRZ - II sq. kmsCRZ - III sq. kms.