MINIMUM STREET SETBACK (Regulation 74) The minimum setback from the front title boundary (ie, the street frontage) is the greater distance of the setbacks of the front walls of the existing buildings on the abutting allotments facing the same front street, or 9.0m, whichever is the lesse PART D - REGULATION TO BE MODIFIED (please tick) 73 Maximum Street Setback 84 Overlooking 74 Minimum Street Setback 85 Daylight to habitable room windows 75 Building Height 86 Private open space 76 Site Coverage 89 Front fence height 77 Permeability 90 Fence setbacks form side and rear boudarie . (Refer Diagram 1 for example) For any proposed development requiring Council report and consent to reduce the prescribe
Regulation 74(3)(a) - This regulation allows encroachments of porch sand verandas of a height of less than 3.6m to encroach 2.5m into the required setback. Any associated steps, ramps or landings that form part of the porch or veranda must also be within the 2.5m encroachment distance allowed Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback hereby seek the consent and report of Council in accordance with Schedule 2 of the Building Act 1993, for variation of Building Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback
MINIMUM STREET SETBACKS Guidelines for Report and Consent to vary Building Regulation 74 Legislative Provision 74 inimum street setbacksM (1) distance specified in respect of that alignment in Table 74 of the Building Regulations 2018. (3) The following may encroach into the setback distance required by sub-regulation (1) or (2) by no Please tick the regulation number you are applying for. ** Requires Adjoining Owners Comments Form. Regulation 73 - Maximum Street Setback ** Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback ** Regulation 75 - Building Height ** Regulation 76 - Site Coverage Regulation 77 - Permeabilit
I hereby apply for a variation to the Building Regulation standard for Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback for a (building type) _____ At Lot __ Street No _____ Street Name _____ Suburb _____ Decision Guidelines Before deciding on this application Council must consider: (a) the setback will be more appropriate taking into account the. Building Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback. OBJECTIVE To ensure that the setbacks of buildings from a street respect the existing or preferred character of the neighbourhood and make efficient use of the site. INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED: Office Use Onl Building Regulation. 74 - Minimum Street Setback. OBJECTIVE To ensure that the setbacks of buildings from a street respect the existing or preferred character of the neighbourhood and make efficient use of the site. INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED: Office Use A new Class 1 building, other than an alteration, must not be set back from the front street alignment more than one-third of the depth of the allotment. This regulation does not apply to an allotment equal to or greater than 040469ha
Regulation Description; 73: Maximum Street Setback 74: Minimum Street Setback: 75: Building Height: 76: Site Coverage: 77: Permeability: 78: Car parking spaces: 79. *The minimum setback from a side street is 2 metres for one dwelling on a lot (Clause 54) and 3 metres for two or more dwellings on a lot (Clause 55
Minimum street setbacks (refer regulation 74) 1.1.1. The following may encroach a maximum of 2.5 metres into the minimum front boundary setback: a) Balconies, verandahs, open porches, covered walkways and porticos 1.1.2. The following may encroach a maximum of 0.6 metres into the minimum front boundary setback: a) Eaves, facias and gutters This change ensures transparency in assessing and determining Report and Consent applications within the municipality. The following regulations are required to be advertised by Council: Regulation 73 - Maximum Street Setback. Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback. Regulation 75 - Building Height. Regulation 79 - Side and Rear Setbacks
1.1 Minimum street setback Building Regulations 2018 Part 5 - Siting, Regulation 74 The front street setback is designated on the specified Building Envelope for each allotment. All dwellings must be set back from the main street frontage by the minimum distance indicated. Garages must be located or set back behind the front façade of the. Chapter 3 - Supplementary Regulations 74 7. Open porches or deck, excluding steps, may project into a primary front yard setback up to a maximum of eight (8) feet, but shall be setback a minimum of four (4) feet from the property line. 8. When a contiguous set of lots is served by a back alley and has no building line alread
For residential street side yards, if a building or expansion is to be built on a parcel on a block face without an adjacent property on the same block face, the minimum street side yard shall be the lesser of: (a) the setback of the closest building on the same street side; or (b) the setback required in the zoning district the third street front must be at least one-half the required setback in that district. The yard opposite the third street front must be at least the minimum side yard requirement for the district. If the lot is fronted on four sides by streets, two opposing streets shall have the minimum required setbacks and the other tw Maximum street setback 74. Minimum street setbacks 75. Building height 76. Site coverage 77. Permeability 78. Car parking 79. Side and rear setbacks 80. Walls and carports on boundaries 81. Daylight to existing habitable room windows 82. Solar access to existing north-facing habitable room windows 83 In terms of this MCP, exemptions relating to minimum Street Setback (regulation 74), building height (regulation 75) and fences on street alignments (regulation 92) still apply in respect of an Edge Lot. More Definitions of Setback
Building Regulations 2018 - Application for Council Report & Consent . Applicable Regulation(s) Reg. 73 - Maximum street setback Reg. 85 - Daylight to habitable room windows Reg. 74- Minimum street setback Reg. 86 - Private open space Reg. 75 - Maximum building height Reg. 87 - Siting of Class 10a building (h) the setback is consistent with any relevant neighbourhood character objective, policy or statement set out in the relevant planning scheme. MINIMUM STREET SETBACK Objective To ensure that the setbacks of buildings from a street respect the existing or preferred character of the neighbourhood and make efficient use of the site 2. Minimum street setbacks (regulation 74 of the Regulations and clause 54.03-1 of the Scheme or Clause 2 of Part 1 of the Code) 2.1. The building on a lot must be set back from a street frontage boundary in accordance with the applicable setback identified in the building envelope plans 2.2 I am applying to vary Building Regulation 74 Minimum Street Setback. We wish to build a new dwelling with reduced front setback of 8.5 metres instead of the required 9 metres due to the slope of the allotment. Minimum/Maximum being applied for: __ Regulation Reporting Matter 73 Maximum street setback not complying with Reg. 73 74 Minimum street setbacks not complying with Reg. 74 75 Building height not complying with Reg. 75 76 Site coverage not complying with Reg. 76 77 Permeability not complying with Reg. 77 78 Car parking not complying with Reg. 7
Regulation 74 - Minimum street setback. When considering varying a design and siting standard, Council must have regard to the . objectives and decision guidelines. set by the Minister for Planning in the Minister's Guideline MG/12 1.1. Regulation 71 of the Regulations applies to each Edge Lot irrespective of remaining Sections of this MCP. 2. Minimum street setbacks (refer regulation 74) 2.1. The building on a lot must be set back from a street frontage boundary in accordance with the applicable setback identified in the building envelope plans Lodged by Name: Phone Multifamily: In setback areas not adjacent to streets, alleys or driveways. 6 ft.* Multifamily: In setback areas adjacent to streets, alleys or driveways. 6 ft.*, except that the maximum height shall be 42 in. within the first 10 ft. of the setback area, measured from the ultimate street R.O.W. In corner cutoff areas, for sight distance. 30 in ☐Regulation 74Proposed minimum side street setback is m. Minimum side street setback required by regulation 74 is 2.0m. ☐ I do not support the proposed works ☐ I support the proposed works ☐ No comment Your initials: ☐Regulation 75Proposed maximum wall height at 1.0m setback from the north/south/east/west title boundary is m
Previous Building Interim Regulations 2017 Number 130 (1) 310. Building over an easement (more information) 73 (2) 408 (3) Maximum street setback: 74 (4) 409 (4) Minimum street setback. 75 (4) 410 (4) Building height. 76 (4) 411 (4) Site coverage. 77 (3) 412 (2) Permeability. 78 (6) 413 (6) Car parking. 79 (6) 414 (6) Side and rear setbacks. 80. Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback. PART B Report and Consent Application - Regulation 74 - Minimum Street Setback Regulation 75 - Building Height. PART B Report and Consent Application - Regulation 75 - Building Height Regulation 76 - Site Coverage Building Setbacks 3.2.10.b.(A‐D) (A) The minimum Primary Front Setback is 10 feet, and the maximum is 20 feet. (B) The minimum Secondary Front Setback is 10 feet, and the maximum is 20 feet. (C) The minimum Side Setback is 5 feet; and th . Part 5 Regulations Well Standards. DWR Bulletin 74 sets the minimum standards for water, monitoring, cathodic protection, and geothermal heat exchange wells, with the purpose of protecting California's groundwater quality. Local jurisdictions have the authority to adopt standards which meet or exceed the Bulletin 74 standards. Well standards are administered.
73. Maximum street setback 74. Minimum street setbacks 75. Building height 76. Site coverage 77. Permeability 78. Car parking 79. Side and rear setbacks 80. Walls and carports on boundaries 81. Daylight to existing habitable room windows 82. Solar access to existing north-facing habitable room windows 83. Overshadowing of recreational private. BR 74 - MINIMUM FRONT OR SIDE STREET BOUNDARY SETBACK. BR 87 - SITING OF CLASS 10a BR 75 - BUILDING HEIGHT BR 89 - FRONT FENCE HEIGHT SIDE OR REAR SETBACKS . BR 94 - FENCES AND DAYLIGHT TO HABITABLE ROOM WINDOWS IN EXISTING DWELLING: Pursuant to Regulation 34 of the Building Regulations 2018 the time after receipt of a complete. regulation (e.g. Front Setback proposed = 4m, Required by Regulation = 5.1m) Regulation Proposed Variation Required by Regulation Appendix Note BUILDING - SETBACKS Reg. 73 - Maximum Street Setback 1 1 Reg. 74 - Minimum Street Setback 2 1 Reg. 79 - Side and Rear Setbacks 3 1 BUILDING - HEIGHT & LENGT You can make an application to Council to change a standard in Part 5 of the Building Regulations 2018. This application is made to the Municipal Building Surveyor of Knox City Council. Part 5 standards are: Maximum Street Setback (Regulation 73) Minimum Street Setback (Regulation 74) Building Height (Regulation 75) Site Coverage (Regulation 76 . Minimum Street Set back Regulation 74 . or carport is within the minimum 1m wide x 3m long light court or exceeds an average height of 3.0m and is within the minimum light court setback mentioned in Regulation 416(3) from an existing habitable room window in an existing building on an adjoining.
Minimum street setbacks (regulation 74 in Part 5 of the Regulations and clause 54.03-1 of the Scheme or Clause 2 of Part 1 of the Code) The building on a lot must be set back from a street frontage boundary in accordance with the applicable setback identified in the building envelope plan A request is made for the consent and report of the Council to vary the following Building Regulations: 73 Maximum street setback 74 Minimum street setback 75 Building height 76 Site coverage 77 Permeability 78 Car parking 79 Side or rear boundary setbacks 80 Walls or carports on boundary 81 Daylight to existing habitable room window Regulation 74 - Minimum street setbacks; Regulation 79 - Side and rear setbacks; Apply online for street setback dispensation . Regulation 89 - Front fence height; Regulation 92 - Fences on street alignments; Apply online for fence height dispensation . Apply in person or by post. Application for Report & Consent (Front fence height or boundary. Regulation and reporting matter Note: Regulation sought with an * requires adjoining neighbours consent ☐Regulation 73(2) - Maximum street setbacks ☐ Regulation 74(4)* - Minimum street setbacks ☐ Regulation 75(4)* - Building height ☐ Regulation 76(4) - Site coverage ☐ Regulation 77(3) - Permeability ☐ Regulation 78(6.
regulation & matter to be reported on - ($290.40 per regulation ) 73 - Maximum setback from a street boundary not complying with Reg. 73 74 - Minimum setback from a street boundary not complying with Reg. 74 bulk and setback regulation then in effect prior to the adoption of this code shall not be deemed non-conforming with respect to the new bulk and setback regulations in this section. However, any addition or enlargement to such structure must be made in conformance with the new regulations 5.0 regulations for residence districts 14 5.1 general, permitted uses, and lot size 14 5.2 access, height of buildings, off-street parking, 19 setbacks from street and property lines, lot coverage, bulk and floor area for dwellings 6.0 accessory apartments 25 6.1 intent and purpose 2 setback from rear 10' minimum (H) Places of Worship. Buildings or structures used as places of worship shall have a minimum setback of 25 feet from any property line. The limitation in this section shall not apply to places of worship lawfully existing or lawfully approved pursuant to the provisions of this chapter as of December 31, 1993 Street Frontage, Lot Areas and Widths. Section 25-4-30. Minimum street frontage. Section 25-4-31. Minimum building site area; minimum average width. Section 25-4-32. Reduction of building site below minimum area. Section 25-4-33. Effect of delinquent tax sale; recordation of land. Section 25-4-34. Waiver of minimum building site area for utilities
1345.65 Side Setback 1345.66 Significant Historic Site 1345.67 Slopes Prone to Severe Erosion 1345.68 Conditional Use Permit 1345.69 Steep Slope 1345.70 Street 1345.71 Structure 1345.72 Toe of the Bluff 1345.73 Top of the Bluff 1345.74 Use 1345.75 Variance 1345.76 Yard 1345.77 Zoning 1350 SHORELAND MANAGEMENT DISTRIC Sec. 74-425. - Setback regulations. (a) Front setback. No stmctures in a B-1 district shall be located any closer to the centerline of any road right-of-way on any designated primary highway than 130 feet or more, or 60 feet or more from th
Pursuant to Regulation 34 of the Building Regulations 2018, the time after receipt of a copy of an application for the reporting authority to report on or consent to an application relating to a single dwelling under clause 6 of Schedule 2 of the Act if consent and report is require Daylight planes shall not be applicable to the side setback line of the street-facing side of a corner parcel. Certain architectural features shall be allowed to extend into all yard setback areas according to the provisions of Zoning Regulations Section 6406. Chimneys, pipes, mechanical equipment, antennae, and other common facilities ma
175-53.5 minimum setback and yard dimensions. 175-53.6 open space regulations. 175-53.7 performance standards. 175-53.8 off-street parking. mixed-use campus development (mcd) district 175-53.9 statement of intent . 175-53.10 permitted uses . 175-53.11 review and creation . 175-53.12 substantial conformance to concept plan . 175-53.13 area. SETBACK. The shortest distance between a structure and the present or future street line or property line. Setbacks shall be measured to the foundation and provide an allowance of four inches for stucco, cladding, and exterior building finishes. Placement of the following structures is allowed in this area: structures of 120 square feet or less .33-feet Minimum Street Side Setback (north) Request #1 40-feet 29.43-feet Minimum Street Side Setback (north) Request #2 40-feet 32.07-feet Minimum Side Yard Setback (south) 30-feet 95-feet Minimum Side Yard Setback acc essory structure (south) Request #3 3-feet 1.74-feet.
Regulation 74 - Minimum setback from a street boundary does not comply. Step 1. Please provide the details of your variation. ensure that the setbacks of buildings from a street, respect the existing or preferred character of the. neighbourhood and make efficient use of the site Lots to abut on street. Each lot shall abut on and be accessed Botetourt County, Virginia, Code of Ordinances Page 74 Minimum building setback. If any of the following standards are met, the building setback shall be twenty‐five (25) feet; if none of these standards are met, the building setback shall be eighty (80) feet. Minimum requirements. § 210-111. Intensity regulations. § 210-112. Development standards. § 210-113. Open space use and design standards. § 210-114. Common open space ownership and management. § 210-115. Application and review process. § 210-116. (Reserved) § ARTICLE XVIII Supplementary Regulations § 210-117. Minimum lot frontage and area ARTICLE 12 REGULATIONS FOR OFF-STREET PARKING Section 1201 Off-Street Parking/Setback Space (Use) 108 Section 1202 Minimum Parking Requirements 109 Section 1203 Minimum Landscaping Requirements for Off-Street Parking 111 ARTICLE 13 SIGN REGULATIONS Section 1301 General Regulations Applying To All Signs 119. If you have any questions about the regulations, contact the Relevant Building Surveyor. Tick all that apply. Regulation Reporting matter (noncomplying item/s) Regulation Reporting matter (noncomplying item/s) ☐ 73 Maximum street setback ☐ 86 Private open space ☐ 74 Minimum street setback ☐ 87 Siting of Class 10a building
Chapter 74, Article VIII of Merriam Code. Detached structures must be visually compatible with the principle structure. Setback Requirements A minimum of 7-foot side-yard setback is required. No accessory building can be located less than 60 feet from the front lot line. Accessory buildings are to be located behind the rear building line of th 2nd Story Front Setback - 25 ft Max. Lot Coverage - 40%* Minimum Side Setback - 4 ft min. for 1st story, 7 ft. for 2nd story. Floor Area Ratio** - 45% Minimum Combined Side Yard Setbacks - 20% of lot width*** not to be less than 10 ft. for stthe 1 ndstory. 2 Story shall add 6 ft. to the combined 1st story setback requirement 4. Marginal Access Street 5. Local Service Street 6. Cul-de-Sac Section 66. Storage and Parking of Trailers and 33 Commercial Vehicles Section 67. Screening and Lighting 34 Section 68. Minimum Distance Between Buildings 35 Section 69. Newly Annexed Land 35 ARTICLE VII- Use Requirements by Districts Section 71 SECTION 11. AREA REGULATIONS A. Minimum Lot Areas 48 B. Exceptions to Lot Area Requirements 48 SECTION 12. SEWAGE DISPOSAL IN SINKHOLE AREAS 49 SECTION 13. KEEPING OF ANIMALS IN RESIDENTIALLY DEVELOPED AREAS 50 SECTION 14. OFF-STREET PARKING AND LOADING REGULATIONS A. Off-street Parking Requirements 5
The minimum setback requirements of these Regulations apply to all uses except the following: 1. Fences or walls 6 feet or less in height above the finished grade of the site; except on corner parcels and within front yards, in compliance with Section 19.60.060 -A- 1 -d (Fencing and screening); and. 2. Retaining walls no more than 4 feet in. GREENWICH MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 6. Land Use. Recently amended definition of Walk-in Medical Clinic, under Sections 6-5(a) (52), of the Town of Greenwich Building Zone Regulations . Recently amended Sections 6-13, through 6-17, and 6-22, regarding the Site Plan, Special Permit and Zoning Amendment process, and the inclusion of a Pre-application review process, of the Town of. BUILDING REGULATIONS 2018 (SR NO 38 OF 2018) - REG 5 Definitions (1) In these Regulations— allotment means land that can be disposed of separately under section 8A of the Sale of Land Act 1962 without being subdivided; approved means approved by the relevant building surveyor; approved building envelope means documented design parameters that deal with a siting matter regulated under. setbacks, easements and restrictions have been met. BUILDING Any structure built for the support, shelter, or enclosure of persons, animals, chattels, or moveable property of any kind. BUILDING SITE A lot that meets minimum square footage requirements of the township zoning district in which it is located, or as may otherwise be required b KNOXVILLE - KNOX COUNTY SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS Knoxville-Knox County Planning | knoxplanning.org 400 Main Street, Suite 403 | Knoxville, TN 37902 | 865.215.250
street with a minimum sixty-foot (60') right of way, except that a private driveway may be allowed to service developments that meet the Open Development Area regulations, Open Space Design Development requirements, and other developments that the Town Board determines that a public benefit cannot be derived. 229-9 IRREGULAR LOT SETBACKS 74 Minimum street setback 85 Daylight to habitable room windows 75 Building height 86 Private open space 76 Site coverage 87 Siting of a Class 10a building 77 Permeability 89 Front fence height 78 Car parking 90 Fence setbacks from side & rear boundaries 79 Side & rear setbacks 9 § 195-57 Off-street loading requirements. § 195-58 Access to parking areas. § 195-59 Design requirements. § 195-60 Phased parking development. § 195-61 Supplemental regulations and standards. ARTICLE VIII Flag Lots § 195-62 Flag lot regulations. ARTICLE IX Home Occupations § 195-63 Home occupation regulations. ARTICLE X Swimming Pool The Building Regulations 2018 contain a number of provisions where Council can decide whether or not to allow a proposal. This includes: construction over a drainage easement. variations to height and setback requirements. constructing sheds/garages on vacant allotments. fence heights. construction on unsewered land Regulation number: Regulation: 130. Building over an easement vested in Council (additional legal fees and administrative costs may apply if a S173 agreement is needed - you will be advised) 73. Maximum boundary setback does not comply. 74. Minimum setback from a street boundary does not comply. 75. Maximum building height does not comply. 7
04-09-2013 Article 8. Zoning Districts City of Noblesville, Indiana 8 - 3 Unified Development Ordinance Section 4. Signs Signs may be a permitted accessory use in several different situations, such as but not limited to Wall or carport is within the minimum 1m wide x 3m long light court or exceeds an average height of 3.0m and is within the minimum light court setback mentioned in Regulation 81( 1 ) from an existing habitable room window in an existing building on an adjoining allotment (daylight to existing habitable room window). Consent and Report i 4. Marginal Access Street 5. Local Service Street 6. Cul-de-Sac Section 66. Storage and Parking of Trailers and 33 Commercial Vehicles Section 67. Screening and Lighting 34 Section 68. Minimum Distance Between Buildings 35 Section 69. Newly Annexed Land 35 ARTICLE VII- Use Requirements by Districts Section 71. Residential Districts 36 1 Setback from a street boundary not complying with Reg. 74 (Front Setback) 75(4) Building height not complying with Reg. 75 (Greater than 9m or 10m if on a sloping site
Base Building Line - a line horizontally offset from and running parallel to the centerline of a street from which property development regulations, including landscaping, parking and setbacks for front yard, corner side yard, are measured as set forth in this Code (b) where the side lot lines are not parallel, the distance measured across the lot along a line parallel to a line joining the points at which the side lot lines intersect the limits of the abutting street, such parallel line being drawn through the point at which the line of minimum setback, required by by-law or regulation, intersects a line. Minimum Area of Dwelling- 2000 square feet. Minimum Lot Width- 150 feet. Minimum Frontage on Cul-De-Sac or Turnaround- 60 feet. Minimum Lot Area Per Dwelling- One acre. Minimum Front Yard Setback From Street Right Of Way: For all principal buildings and uses- 75 feet. For all accessory buildings and uses- 100 feet SHELBY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION. ZONING REGULATIONS . of . SHELBY COUNTY, ALABAMA. Including revisions through: - August 2019 - SHELBY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICE
The purpose of these Zoning Regulations is to conserve and promote the public health, safety, convenience, and general welfare, and to provide for the future growth and improvement of the unincorporated area of Cochise County in accordance with the Cochise County Comprehensive Plan