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Consolidation:

It is possible to consolidate two to three basic lots. In such a case, the above rules should also be applied to the enlarged lot.

No. of units per lot:

Only one residential unit should be allowed per lot. Special application has to be made to increase this number.

FAO-MICOA-PAP/RAC

Subdivision of lots:

Lots should not be subdivided.

PHYSICAL PLAN - Xai-Xai IDP

Medium density residential areas

Minimum stand size:

The minimum stand size is 500m2 with a minimum street 15m. Stand size can vary between 500m2 and 1000m2.

frontage

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Coverage:

The built area on the ground floor (including covered areas on an upper floor) should not exceed 30 % of the lot surface. The built area of the auxiliary structures is included in this.

Floor area ratio:

The floor area ratio of the total buildings should not exceed 0,5. The floor area at the attic should not exceed 50 % of the ground floor coverage.

Building lines:

All built structures should not be built closer than 3 meters to the lot boundaries (this includes auxiliary structures). This can be reduced to

0m on one side with permission of the relevant authority. should be 5m removed from the street boundary.

Buildings

Consolidation:

It is possible to consolidate two to three basic lots. In such a case the above rules should also be applied to this enlarged lot.

No. of units per lot:

Only one residential unit should be allowed per lot. Special application has to be made to increase this number. Application can be made for cluster housing with a density of 20 units per hectare.

Subdivision of lots:

Lots can be subdivided to a minimum size of 500m2 per stand.

Tourist complexes Height

Servicing

Height is restricted to ground floor and maximum two storeys. Buildings should not be higher than 60m above sea level. Servicing should be secured from backset or lateral roads. Parking should be provided on the site

Density:

High intensity tourist complexes

Maximum density: 100-200 beds per hectare

Medium intensity tourist complexes

Maximum density: Less than 100 beds per hectare

Camping and bungalows Architecture: allowed

Maximum density: 20 units per hectare, but the specific density must be determined by an EIA. Rural and traditional architecture consisting of natural materials will be

‘Urban sections of the promenade

  • The features of the buildings next to the promenade should address the publicity of the promenade and be complementary to the activities taking place on the promenade. It should define the private/public interface and interact with the public space of the promenade.

  • Where possible visual permeability or linkages on various levels should be created between the building and the promenade.

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