Jyuyojiko Setsumeisho for a Single-Family Home: the Land and the Road 3
3. The Land and the Road
In this section, the road in relation to the land is explained: road type, approach direction, width, frontage, etc.
Note: Carefully check the information on the road (the type, width, frontage, etc.).
In principle, a building cannot be constructed unless the land faces a road classified as such in accordance with the Building Standards Act for at least 2 meters.
In the above sample, the property faces roads on the south and east sides.
The overview of the road types (1 to 4) can be found in the middle section:
(1) Roads under the Road Act
(2) Roads under the City Planning Law, Land Readjustment Law, Old Housing Development Project Law, Urban Redevelopment Law, New Urban Infrastructure Development Law, and Law on Special Measures to Promote the Supply of Residential Land in Large Urban Areas
(3) Roads that were in existence when Chapter 3 of the Building Code became applicable.
(4) Roads with new construction and alteration project plans under the Road Act, City Planning Act, Land Readjustment Act, Urban Redevelopment Act, New Urban Infrastructure Development Act, and Act on Promotion of Housing and Residential Land Supply in Urban Areas, which are designated by the specified administrative agency as those whose projects are to be executed within 2 years
2. Roads that have been designated by the specified administrative agency for those who intend to construct a road not in accordance with the law in 1 above in order to use the land as a site for a building (Location-designated road).
3. Roads that have been designated by the specified administrative agency for those who intend to construct a road not in accordance with the law in 1 above in order to use the land as a site for a building (Location-designated road).
4. Roads that do not fall under 1-3 above (building permit not available)
An outlie drawing showing the layout of the property and the road(s) may also be included in this section.
Note: To avoid road-related troubles and disputes, fully understand the relationship between the site and the road. Please also note that if the road in front of your property is a private road, you may be required to obtain the private road owner's approval to pass, dig, and pay a fee.
4. Matters Related to Private Road Contributions
The above sample states that private road contributions are available:
The area set back by Article 42 Clause 2 of the Building Standard Law is approximately 5.0㎡.
Note: Setback areas that are considered roads cannot be included in the building site. In addition, no buildings, gates, fences, etc. may be constructed in the setback area.
What is the setback?
The width of the road must be at least 4 m. If the road is less than 4 m, buildings, gates, fences, etc. must be 2 m from the center line of the road so that the road is at least 4 m wide. The setback is considered to be a road (deemed road).
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