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belts and proximity to volcanoes. 2.4.7 Hydrological conditions:
Consider the water table at the site and distance to waterways and shorelines. 2.4.8 Meteorological conditions:
Consider the frequency and intensity of destructive typhoons, prevailing wind
direction, relative humidity, amount of precipitation and the prevailing ambient. 2.4.9 Environmental conditions:
Provide effective control of air, noise and thermal pollution. Promote growth of
vegetations. Optimize natural light and ventilation. 2.4.10 Availability and capacity of public utility/service systems:
Consider the availability and adequacy of electric power, potable and non-potable
water supply, drainage and sewerage, transportation and communications
RULE XIX - PARKING AND LOADING SPACE REQUIREMENTS Pursuant to Section 803 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) providing for maximum site
occupancy,the following provisions on parking and loading space requirements shall be observed:
1. The parking space rating listed below are minimum off-street requirements for specific specific
uses/occupancies for buildings/structures:
1.1 The size of an average automobile parking slot shall be computed at 2.4 meters by 5.00
meters for perpendicular or diagonal parking, at 2.00 meters by 6.00 meters for parallel
parking. A truck or bus parking/loading slot shall be computed at a minimum of 3.60
meters by 12.00 meters. The parking slot shall be drawn to scale and the total number of
which shall be indicated on the plans and specified whether or not parking
accommodations, are attendant-managed. (See Section 2 for computation of parking
requirements). 1.2 Low-income single detached living units in housing project areas with individual lots not
more than 100 square meters.
- Pooled parking at 1 slot/10 living units 1.3 Multi-family living units regardless of
number of stories with an average living
unit floor area of:
a) Up to 50 sq.m.
- 1 slot/8 living units
b) Above 50 sq.m. to 100 sq.m.
- 1 slot/8 living units
c) More than 100 sq.m.
- 1 slot/living unit
1.4 Hotels - 1 slot/10 rooms 1.5 Residential hotels and apartels
1.8 Markets - 1 slot/5 units - 1 slot/unit
- 1 slot/100 sq.m. of shopping floor area
- 1 slot/150 sq.m. of shopping floor area 1.9 Restaurants, fast-food centers, bars
- 1 slot/30 sq.m. of customer area
1.10 Nightclubs, supperclubs and theaterrestaurants (See Section 1.20)
- 1 slot/20 sq.m. of customer area
1.11 Office buildings - 1 slot/125 sq.m. of gross floor area 1.12 Pension/boarding/lodging houses - 1 slot/20 beds 1.13 Other buildings in business/commercial
- 1 slot/125 sq.m. of gross floor area 1.14 Public assembly buildings such as
theaters, cinemas, auditoria, stadia, etc. - 1 slot/50 sq.m. of spectators area
1.15 Places of workship and funeral parlors 1.16 - 1 slot/50 sq.m. of congregation area Schools 1.16.1 Elementary, secondary, vocational
and trade sch...
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2013 for the course ARIDBE AR taught by Professor Any during the Fall '12 term at Mapúa Institute of Technology.
- Fall '12