habitable area

habitable area

The gross floor area of an occupied dwelling, not including the basement, garage, or crawl spaces.
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'The total jail population of 1,787 as of December 31, 2017 in BuCor-Leyte Regional Prison (LRP) exceeded by 1,243.25 on the total ideal population of 543.75 into a habitable area of 2,555.64 sq.m.
Meanwhile, COA urged the Bucorr to expand the habitable area for inmates of the Leyte Regional Prison, saying that current congestion of cells violates Republic Act 10575 and the United Nations Minimum Standard Rules for the Treatment of Persons Deprived of Liberty.
The modular house with habitable area of 1800 sq ft would be easy to erect, commission, decommission and even transport.
The difference, dt, between the non-permanent habitable and built-up areas for a community i is defined as the difference between the absolute percentage value of the non-permanent habitable area within the community, natt, and the absolute percentage value of the built-up area within the community, [urb.sub.i].
More than two centuries after World War III poisoned the planet, the final bastion of humanity lives on massive airships circling the globe in search for a habitable area to call home.
In these two categories both the block housing, built by companies and then sold to residents and housing of type P+1 and P+2, built the private funds of the owners at the edge of the neighborhood of blocks of flats (photo 1), influencing the expansion of habitable area of the city, are included.
This is the reason why retail giants believe in investing in expansion and marking their territories in every habitable area possible.
The 'micro nation' of Sealand, which has a habitable area of just 550sq m, is a Maunsell Sea Fort constructed in 1942, six miles off the Suffolk coast, built originally as HM Fort Roughs.
The Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), a non-governmental organization based in the United Kingdom, estimates that religions own up to 7 percent of the habitable area of the world.
The Glen Torridon may also have been a habitable area on ancient Mars that could have supported life, that is if scientists find evidence that both water and organic material were present when the rocks formed.