2.1.11 Built Up Area Delineation
188.8.131.52 Example 1
|Location of Example:
|| 153°01'13" East, 27°41'44" South
- Figure: 184.108.40.206 is an example of part of a Built Up Area in densely populated new suburbs of a capital city.
- A Built Up Area will be representative of all buildings which are set out on street patterns.
- The boundaries of a Built Up Area should be defined with consideration to the surrounding landscape and location in Australia (e.g. middle of the Northern Territory versus older suburbs in a capital city versus newer suburbs in a fast growing satellite town).
- In General, Built Up Areas should consist of the majority of land parcels being less than 3600 square metres and man-made structures (e.g pools, homes, garages, etc) should occupy greater than approximately 15 percent of the land parcel.
|Figure: 220.127.116.11 Representation of a Built Up Area.
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