Plot ratio


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Plot ratio

The gross floor area of a building divided by the area of its site. The basic ratio permitted is frequently modified by providing a bonus for arcades, setbacks, plazas, and the incorporation of existing buildings of architectural significance.

floor area ratio

The ratio of the total floor area of a building (excluding areas such as mechanical rooms or the areas of floors used exclusively for mechanical equipment) to the area of the lot on which the building is built.
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There are also special plot ratio requirements, building height restrictions and a design criterion to protect existing residential character and amenity.
Please note that the eventual plot ratio and GFA for the two parcels of land could be different from the above, and are subject to the final approval of the relevant authorities in China.
Based on the price, even appraised according to the conservatively estimated plot ratio of approximately 1.
The Authority will then collect the money owed in exchange of granting the company a new plot ratio.
By using the plot ratio, the housing sales area can be transformed into land selling area.
Dealing innovatively with Japan's strict plot ratio regulations, fujimoto has avoided the conventions of creating a courtyard or of setting a house as an isolated object within the site boundary.
1) x plot ratio factor + [(2) + (3)] x plot ratio + (4) x adjustment factor + (5) or (6)
Formida was used to create NovaSprint's new Land Management and Development Plan Expert Systems, which automates management of Land-Use Planning and the checking of property development applications, including checks on: land use, site, plinth and developable areas, plot ratio, density, site slope, building height and setbacks, ownership.
The real estate developer said the "approval-in-principle", offered based on Bandar Malaysia's masterplan, was for a mixed-used project with an average gross plot ratio of 4.
With a plot ratio of less than 3 per cent, compared with 50-60 per cent of urban sites, the first key decision was where to place the dwelling.
WCT said that its proposed acquisition of the TRX land, which came with a plot ratio of 10.