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    Default Don't know Hot of Not.


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    If the land size is 2378sf, the last offer appears fair. I think the market for landed below $3m is hot.

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    https://www.ura.gov.sg/maps/?service=PTYPRICES

    Question, how to know what is the height limit and is there any plot ratio for landed on URA website

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    The plot ratio for landed property is the resultant gross plot ratio after compliance with storey height control for the area and the development control parameters for landed housing such as plot size, road buffer, building setback, floor-to-floor height, site coverage, etc.

    More information about the development control parameters for landed housing can be found in the Development Control Parameters for Residential Developments handbook. You can also refer to the interactive visual tool on our development control guidelines.

    There is no control on the plot ratio of landed properties. The intensity of landed properties is limited primarily by their storey height.
    Last updated on 5 Jul 2017

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