This development includes thirteen apartments with a mix of two andthree bedroom layouts spread over four levels.
Although this project enjoys a respectable PLOT RATIO The ratio of... it is located on a triangulated corner block of approximately 767m2. Its LAND PARCEL Also called, 'Lot' ... size and shape presented a few challenges.
You can learn more about how your land parcel shape can drastically affect your project in this article A square peg doesn’t fit into a round hole.
Here’s how Property Genesis overcame these challenges while maximising PLOT RATIO The ratio of... and boosting the potential YIELD The percentage between the....
Given this development is located on a corner block it meant there was an opportunity to reduce the secondary SETBACK The horizontal distance between... adjoining the road reserve by using the road centerline rather than the boundary itself*. In this case a reduction of almost 50% was achieved. The reduced SETBACK The horizontal distance between... allowed an increase in apartment size and quantity per floor.
With North positioned to the rear of the LAND PARCEL Also called, 'Lot' ... the impact of overshadowing adjoining properties was almost non-existent. This assisted the justification for an increased wall height to the North East allowing the development to take advantage of its PLOT RATIO The ratio of....
In our article called Stack the cars in your favour we discuss how the use of a CAR STACKER A device used... in some projects can boost your YIELD The percentage between the.... The developer of this project saw the opportunity to provide added value to each apartment by providing two car bays as opposed to the minimum one bay per apartment required.
* This SETBACK The horizontal distance between... calculation method may differ in your state. Check with your local planning authority to clarify the planning principles to be used with your project.