Adapt to the Space of a Studio Apartment

Studio yes!Studio flat- no! There are some who have succeeded in going to live alone, buying or renting a studio or a small one-bedroom apartment because they could not afford a larger space. There are those who have rediscovered the benefits of single- parent living in a smaller home, those who have just moved to a new city, and are about to change jobs. There are those who, for the most varied reasons, find themselves counting on a limited space to live. This happens very often in cities such as Delhi where mini apartments flake like mushrooms.

The real estate agents in Delhi are now aligned to the demands by offering, from time to time, small lofts, former caretaker, attics and buildings from reduced square footage.

In these cases, you have to do all the necessities, virtues, have great patience and above all optimize the spaces to keep everything in a few square meters and do not get anyway miss anything. Among the most creative and unexpected solutions are: tables that stretch or shrink, cabinets that hide in beds, shelves in everywhere, adjustable wall lamps as needed, TV hanging on the wall, chairs to be pulled out when needed.

You can take advantage of heights with lofts or storage rooms, disembarking’s and seemingly useless angles that can give new solutions. You have to think “vertically” by taking advantage of the heights of the house to not miss a square meter available. Space is limited, but there are so many needs that you need to have a good spirit of organization and focus on the parts of the house that you use the most, the ones that you want to value, etc.

How organize the space?
To make a little less sad and narrow space you need:
• Select what you really need and is functional
• Choose clear walls that give the impression of widening the spaces
• Insert mirrors: double everything they reflect
• Practical furniture
• Lights in high position
• Use light colored paints and less furniture
• Use portable or modular kitchen

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The Choice of Production Facilities: What to Look for?

Most of the industrial premises of Delhi are a legacy of the Soviet era. Often their level and condition leaves much to be desired, and modern production facilities in our city are incommensurably smaller.

The main characteristics that should be taken into consideration when choosing production premises:

Location:
When selecting the location of production, it is necessary to pay attention to such factors as:

• Transport communications. Location in relation to the railways and motorways, the availability of access roads.

• Proximity to suppliers of raw materials and production materials.

• Location of the sales market.

Technical parameters of the building

Here you need to focus on the dimensions of your equipment, products, and features of the technological process. And also on production volumes and terms of storage of products in a warehouse.

Placement of production facilities in the basement and basement floors can be allowed only if there is a special justification, and only when it is dictated by the technological process.

Communications

– Power supply (power of the transformer, distance to the substation). In case the production facility is located in proximity to the guard zone of the power line, it can be used taking into account the restrictions stipulated.

– Water supply must satisfy the enterprise’s need for water for industrial hygiene, production, and fire prevention purposes. There are two types of water supply: centralized and decentralized. With centralized water supply, water is supplied through public pipelines, and in case of decentralized water comes from local sources (wells, springs, reservoirs).

– Wastewater (a water treatment plant, sufficient capacity). All rented properties in Gurgaon, according to sanitary rules and regulations, must have sewerage facilities designed to receive, remove and neutralize wastewater, as well as divert them to certain areas.

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How to Transfer the Apartment to the Status of Non-residential Premises?

A fairly common phenomenon to date is the placement of offices, shops, medical offices in converted and re-planned apartments. Renting office space in Saket or other commercial premises in big cities is often very expensive, so many entrepreneurs, especially beginners, cannot afford to rent such premises. In this case, it is advisable to buy an apartment in an apartment building on the first floor and convert it into an office or shop.

In the beginning, it is necessary to transfer this apartment to a non-residential fund.

There is an exhaustive list of documents required for the transfer, and grounds for refusing the transfer. In India, there are regional regulatory, legal acts regulating the procedure for transferring premises from a housing stock to a non-residential one.

Transfer of living quarters to non-residential premises is not allowed if:

– Access to the transferable premises is impossible without the use of premises that provide access to living quarters, or there is no technical possibility to equip such access to this premise.

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