Site Plan | AMO Residence
What is a Site Plan?
It is a plan, also known as a plot plan, is an architectural document that serves as a readable map of a building site, providing all the information you need to know about how the structure will be oriented on the lot. A builder or contractor will draw a diagram of the plot of land and its property lines, as well as the landscape features, structural elements, setbacks, driveways, utility poles and power lines, fencing, and on-site structures.
Even landscape elements that don’t look right on your property may be recorded on this plan because the site notes can contain useful information about your property. A tree on a neighbor’s property, for example, may influence how you protect the land on your lot.
What’s the difference between a site plan and a floor plan?
It differs from a floor plan in that a this plan depicts the entire property from above, whereas a floor plan depicts the building footprint: the interior walls and features. Unless the property has been altered in a way that affects the footprint of the house, floor plans are usually not included with this plan.
It’s critical to understand the distinction between the “Project North” designation and the cardinal north, south, east, and west on a compass when reading this plan.
Explore the intricate planning and details of the key features, facilities and facing, etc. within this amazing development.
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