- Does floor area include balcony?
- How close to the front boundary can I build?
- How do you calculate coverage area?
- What is permissible FAR?
- Does site coverage include driveway?
- What is lot area and floor area?
- What is lot coverage?
- What is included in site coverage?
- What is the formula for calculating far?
- What is maximum ground coverage?

## Does floor area include balcony?

Not all parts of a building are included in the calculation of plot ratio.

For instance, any balconies as well as a basement car park are not included in gross floor area and therefore are not included in the calculation of plot ratio..

## How close to the front boundary can I build?

If less than 9m in length, the structure can be built within 1.5m of any side or rear boundary (when calculating total length, this includes any existing structures on the boundary). Can be built within the standard 6m setback from the front boundary; however, numerous conditions need to be considered.

## How do you calculate coverage area?

The ratio of Total floor area divided by Land (site) area. Total floor area means the total of all the floor space in a building. Depending on the Land Use Zone category, it is regulated in the range of 50% – 1,300%.

## What is permissible FAR?

FAR is calculated by a simple formula – total covered area of all floors divided by the plot area. Suppose the builder has got a plot of 1,000 sq m and the permissible FAR, according to development plans, is 1.5. … It is the ratio of the total floor area in the building compared with the total plot area.

## Does site coverage include driveway?

Similar to garden area, it does not apply to any building on the site, although it does include a driveway if it is made of permeable surface.

## What is lot area and floor area?

A lot area is the total area of a property, including the yard up to the boundaries (property line), while the floor area is the area inside the building that is occupiable, up to and including the exterior walls.

## What is lot coverage?

Lot Coverage is the size of the footprint(s) of a building(s) and/or structure(s) on a lot divided by the size of the parcel, expressed as a decimal number. The lot coverage is used in calculating the intensity of use of a parcel for development project. For example, a footprint of 1000 sf.

## What is included in site coverage?

Site coverage is the proportion of a site that is covered by buildings and structures. Managing the total site coverage of dwelling houses and ancillary development stops residential sites from becoming too overdeveloped. It also ensures adequate space is provide for deep soil landscaping and private open space.

## What is the formula for calculating far?

Calculate the FLOOR AREA RATIO. Divide the GROSS FLOOR AREA by the BUILDABLE LAND AREA. The result is the Floor Area Ratio (FAR). A development company is planning to build a two-story building on a rectangular parcel that has 100 feet of street frontage and 200 feet of depth.

## What is maximum ground coverage?

What is MGC? MGC or Maximum Ground Coverage is the percentage of the ratio of total covered area of the building and total land area of the site. The calculation helps you determine how much percentage of land has been used up in constructing a building.