Living area definition

Living area means the interior habitable area of a dwelling unit, including basements and attics, but does not include a garage or any accessory structure.
Living area means any area of a residential dwelling used by one or more children age six or younger, including, but not limited to, living rooms, kitchen areas, dens, play rooms, and children’s bedrooms.
Living area means any area of a residential dwelling used by at least one child under the age of six years, including, but not limited to, living rooms, kitchen areas, dens, playrooms, and children’s bedrooms.

Examples of Living area in a sentence

  • The Property is not designated for any particular use within the adopted Development Plan and sits within the defined Major Centre of Lewisham and the Sustainable Living Area.

  • This approach is considered to be acceptable in this area which is defined as a Sustainable Living Area and has very good local transport links resulting in a PTAL of 5-6.

  • These include mixed use schemes where housing is combined with commercial, retail or industrial and where the site is in a Sustainable Living Area (SLA).

  • Although the density of the development is well above UDP guidelines at 1300 hrph, the site is within a Sustainable Living Area where it is appropriate to apply density standards more flexibly, the development meets policy requirements in that it is of high quality design, it is part of a mix use development and because of the PTAL rating of 5-6 has a very good level of local transport links.


More Definitions of Living area

Living area means the interior habitable area of a dwelling
Living area means an area of a residential dwelling used by 1 or more children age 6 and under including, but not limited to, a living room, kitchen area, den, playroom, and a children's bedroom.
Living area means any area of a residential dwelling used by at least one child six years of age or less including, but not limited to, living rooms, kitchen areas, dens, playrooms, and children’s bedrooms. “Mid-yard” means an area of a residential yard approximately midway between the dripline of a residential building and the nearest property boundary or between the driplines of a residential building
Living area means and refer to those heated and/or air-conditioned areas within a Living Unit which shall not include garages, carports, porches, patios or storage areas.
Living area means the square footage of living area reflected in the site permit, condominium plan, or building plan for the building, or the original construction building permit issued for an individual Residential Unit, which may include square footage subsequently added to a Residential Unit after issuance of a building permit for expansion or renovation of the unit.
Living area. , in the case of renovations, means any area of a residential dwelling used by one or more children age 5 or under, including, but not limited to, living rooms, kitchen areas, dens, play rooms, and children’s bedrooms.