Check the Floor area ratio (FAR) for your plot in Noida from the table below. If you have the plot size in sq. yards then make sure to convert it to sq. m by multiplying it by 0.836. The table shown below is only applicable for plots in Noida
Calculate Latest FAR in Noida
CALCULATORS
Calculating Floor Area Ratio – FAR in Noida (As per local Building By Laws)
Step 1:
Area of Noida

Max. Ground

FAR 

Below 50  75  180 
Above 51 to 75  75  180 
Above 201 to 300  75  180 
Above 301 to 400  65  180 
Above 401 to 500  65  180 
Above 601 to 750  60  150 
750 and Above  60  150 
Step 2:
To take an example, say, your plot size is 300 sq. yards. Convert 300 sq. yards to sq. meters by multiplying it by 0.83. After conversion 300 sq. yards comes out to be 250 sq. meters.
For a 250 sq. meters plot in Noida the FAR = 180 (as checked from the table).
FAR = (Total area of all floors * 100)/ Plot Area
FAR = (Total area of all floors * 100)/ Plot Area
Therefore, Total area of all floors = (FAR*Plot Area)/100
Total area of all floors for 300 sq. yards = (300*180*9)/100 = 4860 sq. ft.
(Factor of 9 has been used to convert plot size from sq. yards to sq. ft.)
Step 3:
If you plan to use all of your Noida property’s FAR, then UP Building By Laws allows you to build a maximum of 4 floors. Therefore, the footprint per floor is 4751.84 / 4 = 1188 square feet.
Note: Balconies, mold parking spaces, basements, elevator shafts, and turbidity are not included in the Floor Ratio (FAR) calculation. This list is not exhaustive and some areas may be added as the drawing is completed
Practical application of FAR
The most practical way to define the concept of area ratio (FAR) is to give an example. FAR 100 means that as a homeowner, you can build a onestory building on your property or a twostory building in the center of your property. FAR 200 means you can build a twostory building on your property or a fourstory building on half of your property, and so on.
What are the benefits of setting AWAY for a city to its citizens?
Every city is like a structure and is therefore limited by the capacity it can withstand. Exceeding this capacity can cause various problems. FAR measures the resilience of a city to maintain the general welfare of its citizens based on many factors such as its ability to cope with natural disasters and others.