After you’ve purchased the plot of land, you’ll need to figure out the parameters, coefficients, placement rule, and building height before you start designing.

The Lisi Topograph project’s 244 plots have all gone through the parameter-setting stage. Before buying the plot, the buyer might study the plot’s “passport” and topographic map. This will enable him to visualize the type of house he will be able to build on the land. This is frequently the deciding factor in making the best decision.

We’ll use an example of one of Lisi Topograph’s charts to try to clarify what development parameters are and what they mean.

We’ve chosen plot A240, which is 1000 square meters in size.

Three coefficients can be used to describe it: K1-0.3, K2-0.5, and K3-0.6.

**The maximum area on which a building can be erected on a land plot is defined by the land development coefficient K-1. The region around the outer perimeter of the ground-based floor surface or the first surface floor determines the K-1 coefficient.**

Underground floors and buildings, which do not require a building permit, are not included in the computation area determined by the land development coefficient.

Using the plot we chose as an example, with a surface size of 1000 sq.m. and K 1 -0.5, we get 1000 * 0.3 = 300. From here, we can use 300 square meters of ground for development.

The intensity coefficient of plot development The entire area of the basic floor construction surfaces acceptable for the land plot, the ground-based floor surface, or the first surface floor is defined by K-2.

**K-2 shows the volume of building allowed to be constructed on the plot,** which is calculated as follows: if the plot of land is 1000 sq.m., and the normative K2 = 0.5, we get the project K2 as follows: 1000 * 0.5 = 500 sq.m. The overall area of the building’s floors should not exceed 500 square meters.

However, the semi basement, attic, balcony, and terraces all have a role in determining K2, and in many circumstances, the house’s total area exceeds the K2 coefficient. Before you begin planning, the architect will undoubtedly present you with similar nuances.

The planting coefficient of a land plot establishes the minimal amount of land that should not be covered or covered over with any waterproof material (construction or otherwise), under which no structure or storehouse should be built, and that is meant for planting.

The land planting coefficient is the smallest ratio of the planted land area to the overall land area.

Consider the following scenario:

Because the area of the land plot in plot A240 is 1000 sq.m. and the normative K -3 = 0.6, the minimum planted area should be 1000 * 0.6 = 600 sq.m.

A neighborhoods boundary is also set for plots of Lisi Topograph, i.e. how far the home should be positioned from the neighborhoods fence; in most cases, it is determined for 1-meter side borders, 3 meters from the rear neighborhoods border to the house, and 6 meters from the road.

It is required to build the house in a 6-meter strip from the entrance side to avoid placing the houses on the plots in a chaotic manner.

For the plots of Lisi Topograph, the maximum height of the house is also defined, and it should not exceed 12 meters.

All these and many other characteristics based on which the Lisi Topograph area is developed are specified by the project development regulatory plan.

Information on the Development Regulating Plan can be obtained on this page.

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