net density

net density

[′net ‚den·səd·ē]
(graphic arts)
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The outline planning application says it covers an area of 35.17 hectares and comprises 650 new homes at an average net density of 35 dwellings per hectare with a mix of dwellings types from two to five bedroom properties.
The highest rates of population growth of the residential areas lead to a growth of net density throughout all of the metropolitan rings, but brings stronger growth in the outermost and most dynamic rings.
Overall is the critical word here: net density in the residential areas might be high (but, even in Roehampton, only about 60 housing units to the hectare), but because of the way the units were spread out in parkland, in the end densities were very much lower.
And they recognized that our project was designed to look and feel like part of the old neighborhood." Net density at Classics on the Square is 13.3 units to the acre--roughly twice that of the existing neighborhood.