Outdoor Living Area definition

Outdoor Living Area means any patio, deck, barbecue, sitting area, dining area, pool, hot tub, enclosed yard or other outdoor space or amenity which is designed and/or used for outdoor living and entertainment.
Outdoor Living Area means a space associated with a residential land use that is typically used for outdoor recreational activities or an outdoor space associated with other noise-sensitive uses, including outdoor patio, deck, and balcony areas; public parks and outdoor play areas including those associated with child care facilities; outdoor patient recovery or resting areas associated with medical facilities or housing for the elderly, and similar areas as determined by the Zoning Administrator. “Outdoor Living Area” does not include any front yard area, driveway area, parking lot, maintenance area or storage area, or any exterior area at a medical facility that is not used for patient activities.
Outdoor Living Area means that portion of a Building Lot which is located immediately adjacent to a Building Structure and which is enclosed or set off in any manner to create a private outdoor area within that Building Lot. Outdoor Living Areas do not abut the public sidewalk or a street. Outdoor Living Areas generally mean the back yards of the Building Lots. Each Owner of a Building Lot is to establish his or her Outdoor Living Area in the manner and by the time set forth in Section 7.20.

Examples of Outdoor Living Area in a sentence

  • The City of Ottawa requires a Warning Clause whenever noise could meet or exceed 55 dBA 16 hour Leq at the Outdoor Living Area or Plane of Window of any living or sleeping area prior to any noise mitigation.

  • The term "Outdoor Living Area" (OLA) is used in reference to an outdoor patio, a backyard, a terrace or other area where passive recreation is expected to occur.

  • Outdoor Living Area shall be considered to be part of the Open Space requirement in Section 4.125(.08).[Section 4.125(.05)(E.) amended by Ord.

  • The areas which must be assessed for acoustic protection include the Outdoor Living Area (OLA); and the Indoor Living Environment (ILE), for both living/dining area and sleeping quarters.

  • The applicant has applied for Lot 613 to not comply with the Outdoor Living Area permitted activity standard stating this lot may not comply with a dwelling with a directly accessible Outdoor Living Area, and/or have a gradient steeper than 1 in 20 and/or no permeable areas but mainly consisting of decking.

  • The ENGC requires a Warning Clause whenever noise could meet or exceed 55 dBA 16 hour Leq at the Outdoor Living Area or Plane of Window of any living or sleeping area, in this case including the lobby and boardroom, prior to any noise mitigation.

  • Upper floor decks wider than 1,000mm can be included in the calculation of the Outdoor Living Area, but not less than 60% of the Outdoor Living Area shall be provided at ground level.

  • The term "Outdoor Living Area" (OLA) is used in reference to an outdoor patio, a backyard, a terrace, a playground, or common areas associated with high-rise multi-unit buildings where passive outdoor recreation is expected to occur.

  • Under Council Policy P350.2, the permitted height of residential boundary walls (parapets), adjacent to neighbouring Outdoor Living Areas, is a maximum of 2.7 metres high from the neighbour’s ground level, whereas the proposed wall does not abut an Outdoor Living Area; therefore, the proposed development complies with this element of the policy.

  • However, the Acceptable Development standards of element 6.4.2 of the R-Codes, requires Outdoor Living Areas be “behind the street set-back area”, as an Outdoor Living Area is sensitive and private place which needs to be located within the private realm.


More Definitions of Outdoor Living Area

Outdoor Living Area means the part of a yard easily accessible from the building and designed for the quite enjoyment of the outdoor environment which is protected from impacts from noise and having no dimension less than 3.0 metres (9.8 ft.).

Related to Outdoor Living Area

  • 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.

  • Dining area means a public room or area in which meals are regularly served.

  • Storage area means any location, facility, or vehicle which is used to store, to transport, or to secure a radiographic exposure device, a storage container, or a sealed source when it is not in use and which is locked or has a physical barrier to prevent accidental exposure, tampering with, or unauthorized removal of the device, container, or source.

  • Network Area means the 50 mile radius around the local school campus the Named Insured is attending.

  • Parking Area means the area designated as a permitted parking area and a special parking area by the Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Angus Council) Designation Order 2017; and “permitted parking area” and “special parking area” are to be read accordingly;”; and

  • Landing area means that part of a movement area intended for the landing or take-off of aircraft;

  • Carpet Area means the net usable floor, area of an Flat/Apartment, excluding the area covered by the external walls, areas under services shafts, excluding balcony or verandah area and exclusive open terrace, but includes the area covered by the internal partition walls of the flat/apartment;

  • Building Area means the greatest horizontal area of a building within the outside surface of the exterior walls.

  • Parking Areas means those portions of the Common Areas or other areas under Landlord’s control which from time to time are designated by the Landlord for the parking of automobiles and other automotive vehicles while engaged in business upon the Premises (other than while being used to make deliveries to and from the Premises).

  • Operating Area means those areas on-shore in India in which company or its affiliated company may from time to time be entitled to execute such services/operations.

  • Drainage area means a geographic area within which stormwater, sediments, or dissolved materials drain to a particular receiving waterbody or to a particular point along a receiving waterbody.

  • Cultivation site means a location where cannabis is planted, grown, harvested, dried, cured, graded, or trimmed, or a location where any combination of those activities occurs.

  • ILUA Area means the geographical area in relation to which the Framework ILUA applies, as specified in Schedule 2 of the Framework ILUA;

  • PAD means a Preauthorized Debit.

  • Outdoor cultivation means the cultivation of mature cannabis without the use of artificial lighting or light deprivation in the canopy area at any point in time. Artificial lighting is permissible only to maintain immature plants outside the canopy area.

  • Work area means a room or defined space in a workplace where hazardous chemicals are produced or used, and where employees are present.

  • manoeuvring area means that part of an aerodrome to be used for the take-off, landing and taxiing of aircraft, excluding aprons;

  • Play area means an area of frequent soil contact by children of less than six years of age as indicated by, but not limited to, factors including the following: the presence of play equipment (sandboxes, swing sets, and sliding boards), toys, or other children’s possessions, observations of play patterns, or information provided by parents, residents, caregivers, or property owners.

  • Survey Area means the area of land or waters the subject of a Survey, or proposed to be the subject of a Survey.

  • mining areas means the areas delineated and coloured red on the Plan marked “A” initialled by or on behalf of the parties hereto for the purposes of identification;

  • mining area means all those pieces of land containing two hundred and forty‑six (246) square miles or thereabouts situate in what is known to the parties as the “Xxx Xxxxx‑Siberia Nickel Laterite Area” the subject of the mineral claims applications for mineral claims and Temporary Reserves listed in the First Schedule hereto which are generally delineated and respectively coloured green and orange and red in the plan marked “X” signed by or on behalf of the parties for the purpose of identification;

  • Dewatering means the removal of water for construction activity. It can be a discharge of appropriated surface or groundwater to dry and/or solidify a construction site. It may require Minnesota Department of Natural Resources permits to be appropriated and if contaminated may require other MPCA permits to be discharged.

  • Planning area means a planning area or a development area or a local planning area or a regional development plan area, by whatever name called, or any other area specified as such by the appropriate Government or any competent authority and includes any area designated by the appropriate Government or the competent authority to be a planning area for future planned development, under the law relating to Town and Country Planning for the time being in force and as revised from time to time;

  • movement area means that part of an aerodrome to be used for the take-off, landing and taxiing of aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the apron(s);

  • Outdoor burning means open burning or burning in an outdoor wood-fired furnace.

  • Campsite means any place where any bedding, sleeping bag, or other material used for bedding purposes, or any stove or fire is placed, established or maintained for the purpose of maintaining a temporary place to live, whether or not such place incorporates the use of any tent, lean-to, shack, or any other structure, or any vehicle or part thereof.