Apartment Blocks 3 Stories

Uses:

There shall be permitted in such areas residential, commercial, management or all such uses as shall be shown by plans determining the approved development areas.

Building Percentages:

  1. The building percentage shall not be more than 180% (one hundred and eighty percent) of the land area.

  2. Built-up area for any floor must not be more than 60% (sixty percent) of the land area.

  3. A single floor is permitted to be built and allocated for utilities recreational activities and residential services, provided the built-up area is not more than 60% (sixty percent) of the land area. This area shall not be calculated as a part of the overall building percentage, provided the height of the floor is not more than 4 meters (four meters).

  4. A basement shall be permitted to be built and its area shall not be calculated as part of the permitted building percentage, provided that a part thereof the area of which is not less than 70% (seventy percent) shall be used as car parks.

Recessions:

1 Front Recession:

Building shall be permitted at a distance not less than 3 meters (three meters) from the front border of the land for the facade overlooking a road or a street allowing entrances to be opened on it. Upper projections above the ground floor for a height of 1.20 meters (one meter and twenty centimetres) are permitted. In case the land is located on more than one road, the building recession shall be at least 3 meters (three meters) from the land border overlooking the most important road of the site while upper projections on the floors above the ground floor shall be permitted at a maximum of 1.20 meters (one meter and twenty centimetres) and a distance of no less than 2 meters (two meters) from the border of the land overlooking other roads.

2. Side and Rear Recessions:

Building the ground floor shall be permitted on the side and rear border of the land at a minimum distance of 2 meters (two meters) from the land border on the side and rear borders, and shall be used as footpaths. Upper projections on floors above the -ground floor are not permitted.

Heights:

A building's height shall be 3 stories (three stories) with a maximum height of 15 meters (fifteen meters). In case of building a basement the maximum height shall be 16.50 meters (sixteen meters and fifty centimetres) in addition to the height of the floors intended for services and car parks.

In case of building a basement, the maximum height of the floor or f the ground floor shall not be more than 1.50 meters (one meter and fifty centimeters) from the pavement level.

Special Requirements:

  1. The area of each flat shall not be less than 80 square meters (eighty square meters).

  2. It shall be imperative to provide car parks within the plot at the rate of at least one car park for each flat. It shall be necessary to provide the required car parks either on the ground floor, the upper floors, and basement or in all of them. Multi-storey car parks may be built on all sides of the land borders. Car parks shall not be calculated as part of the building percentage and the permitted height.

  3. For plots of land overlooking an approved commercial or service road, the building recession shall be at a distance of no less than 5 meters (five meters) from the front border of the land overlooking the commercial or service road. Such recession areas shall be used as footpaths and uncovered car parks provided and they are prepared by the land lord. Upper projections shall be allowed to be made above the ground floor with a maximum of 1.20 meters (one meter and twenty centimetres). It shall be permitted to add a mezzanine floor so that the height shall be in compliance with the Law on Constructional Organization of Buildings, provided that it shall not be reckoned as part of the building percentage and its area shall not be more than 70% (seventy percent) of the ground floor area.

  4. In case of multiple uses, the entrances, lifts and staircases leading to the residential uses shall be separated from the remaining non-residential uses.