Zoning Scheme By-law, 2020
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette 8258 on 29 June 2020
- Commenced on 29 June 2020
- [This is the version of this document from 29 June 2020 and includes any amendments published up to 17 November 2023.]
1. DefinitionsIn this By-law, unless the context indicates otherwise, any word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Western Cape Land Use Planning Act, 2014 (Act 3 of 2014) has the meaning assigned to it in that Act and:"ancillary" means a land use, purpose, building, structure or activity which is directly related to, and subservient to, the lawful dominant use of the property;"antenna" means any system of wires, poles, rods, reflective surfaces or similar devices, used to transmit or receive electronic communication signals or electro-magnetic waves;"applicant" means a person who makes application in terms of the Planning By-law;"atrium" means a covered courtyard that:comprises a void within a building that extends for one or more floors in height that contains a floor and roof or ceiling; anddoes not contain floors that penetrate the void."balcony" means a floor projecting outside a building at a level higher than that of the ground floor, enclosed only by low walls or railings or by containing walls of rooms abutting the projecting floor, and may include a roof over the projecting floor and pillars supporting the roof;"base zone" means the zone that determines the lawful land use and development parameters for a land unit in terms of this zoning scheme, before the application of any overlay zone;"basement" means that portion of a building with a ceiling level which does not protrude more than one metre above natural ground level at any point, which may not be used as habitable space, and excludes excavations required for access purposes;"boundary" in relation to a land unit means one or more of the cadastral lines separating the land unit from another land unit or from a road reserve;"boundary wall" means any wall, fence or enclosing structure erected on or directly next to a cadastral property boundary, including entrance gates and doors;"braai room" means a room that is part of the main dwelling or outbuildings and that is used primarily for entertainment purposes and where food and drinks may be prepared, but excludes a kitchen;"building" without in any way limiting its ordinary meaning, includes:a roofed structure;an external stair, step or landing of a building and a gallery, canopy, balcony, stoep, verandah, terrace, porch or similar feature of a building;a wall or railing enclosing any feature referred to in paragraph (b);any other portion of a building."building line" means an imaginary line on a land unit, which defines a distance from a specified boundary, within which the erection of buildings or structures are completely or partially prohibited;"cadastral line" means a line representing the official boundary of a land unit as recorded on a diagram or general plan approved by the Surveyor-General and registered in the Deeds Office;"canopy" means a cantilevered or suspended roof, slab or covering projecting from the wall of a building, excluding the floor of a balcony;"CapeNature" means the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board established in terms of the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board Act, 1998 (Act 15 of 1998);"caravan" means a vehicle that has been equipped or converted for living and sleeping purposes and that can readily be moved;"carport" means a structure for the storage of one or more vehicles that is covered by a roof, provided that not more than two sides may be permanently enclosed;"carriageway crossing", in relation to a motor vehicle carriageway crossing, means an entrance or exit way, or a combined entrance and exit way, from a land unit to a road;"commercial", in relation to a use right, means a use right for the express purpose of making a profit with no or limited social or charitable objectives;"common boundary", in relation to a property, means a boundary common with the adjoining property other than a street boundary;"Council" means the municipal council of the Municipality;"coverage" means the area of a land unit that is covered by structures, expressed as a percentage of the total erf area of the land unit, excluding eaves and overhangs extending up to 1 metre beyond an exterior wall of a building or structure;"deemed zoning" means the zoning of a land unit which the Municipality deems it to have in circumstances where no formal zoning determination or rezoning was previously done;"dominant use" means the predominant or major lawful use of a property, and may consist of primary uses, consent uses, or other lawful uses permitted on the property;"dwelling unit" means a self-contained, group of linked rooms designed to function as a single entity with not more than one kitchen, used for the living accommodation and housing of one family, together with such outbuildings as are ordinarily used with a dwelling unit;"eave" means a portion of a roof projecting beyond the face of a building, including any gutters;"earth bank" means land that is shaped to hold back earth or loose rock;"ecosystem" means a self-sustaining and self-regulating community of organisms and the interaction between the organisms with one another and with their environment;"encroachment agreement" means an agreement between an owner and the Municipality relating to the projection of portions of a building or structure from the owner's property onto or over the Municipality's property;"entrance steps and landings" means steps and landings to a building, including any low walls and railings, if the steps and landings are not within the main containing walls of the building;"environmental management plan" means a plan that documents the management of site preparation, construction or operations affecting an environmental resource or an environmentally significant place, its environmental values or management requirements, or both;"erection" in relation to a building or structure includes—the construction of a new building or structure;the alteration or conversion of, or addition to, a building or structure; andthe re-construction of a building or structure which has completely or partially been demolished."fence" means any fence, together with any gate or any contrivance forming part or serving the purpose of such a gate, erected as a boundary between any erven, lots or stands within the municipal area, and includes a fence which is not erected on a boundary, such as a garden fence or a freestanding wall on an erf, lot or stand;"floor" means the inner, lower surface of a room, garage or basement, and includes a terrace or atrium to which the occupants of a building have access;"floor factor" means the factor, expressed as a proportion of 1, which is prescribed for the calculation of the maximum floor space of a building or buildings permissible on a land unit; being the maximum floor space as a proportion of the "total erf area";"floor space", in relation to any building, means the area of a floor which is covered by a slab, roof or projection; provided that:any area, including a basement, which is reserved solely for parking or loading of vehicles is excluded;any covered balcony, verandah or terrace which, apart from protective railings, is permanently open to the elements on at least the front or long side, and which does not exceed 2,5 metres in width, is excluded;subject to paragraph (d), any stairs, stairwells and atriums that are covered by a roof are included;in the case of multi-level buildings, any stairwells, lift wells, light wells or other wells, and any atrium, are only counted once; and provided further that:(i)floor space is measured from the outer face of the exterior walls or similar supports of the multi-level building; and(ii)the total floor space is the sum of the floor space of all the levels of the multi-level building, including that of any basement."garage" means a building for the storage of one or more motor vehicles but does not include a motor repair garage or service station;"GLA" means gross leasable area being the total floor space designed for, or capable of, occupancy or control by tenants, measured from the centre line of the joint partitions to the inside finished surface of the outside walls, but excludes public toilets, internal walkways, lift shafts, service ducts, interior parking and loading bays;"greenhouse" means a structure with the sides primarily made of a transparent material such as glass, perspex or plastic for the purpose of growing of plants or hastening growth of plants under controlled environmental conditions;"gross density" means a measure of the number of dwelling units in a specified area, and is calculated as follows:
"group housing site" means one or more land units on which a group housing scheme or retirement resort may be erected;"habitable room" means a room used or designed, erected, adapted or intended to be used by persons for sleeping in, living in, the preparation or consumption of food or drink, the transaction of business, the rendering of professional services, the manufacture, processing or sale of goods, the performance of work, the gathering together of persons or for recreational purposes;"hazardous substance" has the same meaning as "grouped hazardous substance" as defined in section 1 of the Hazardous Substances Act, 1973 (Act 15 of 1973);"height" means the vertical dimension of a structure from the natural ground level to the highest point of such structure, measured in metres, provided that:the height of a structure does not include chimneys, flues, masts, satellite dishes or antennae;elevator motor rooms, ventilation shafts, water tanks, air conditioning plant and equipment on top of a structure are included when determining the height of a structure; and the general provisions regarding these aspects in this By-law also apply;"kitchen" means a room or part of a room equipped for preparing and cooking meals and excludes a braai room, food and drink preparation area or bar facilities in an entertainment area;"lagoon boundary" means the lagoon, river or sea boundary determined as a straight-line boundary by the Surveyor General for that boundary adjacent to the high-water mark as during normal spring tide;"Land Use Planning Act" means the Western Cape Land Use Planning Act, 2014 (Act 3 of 2014);"landscaping" means the placement of plants, contoured features, water features, paving, street furniture and other soft and hard elements for the purposes of enhancing the aesthetic appeal, environmental management, amenity and value of a property;"loading bay" means an area which is clearly demarcated for the loading and off-loading of goods from commercial vehicles, and which has vehicular access to a public street to the satisfaction of the Municipality;"lodger" means a person who utilises lodging services;"lodging" means the provision of bedroom accommodation or, in the case of a backpackers’ lodge, bed accommodation that is made available on payment of a charge or fee, and includes the services ordinarily related to such accommodation;"maximum floor space" means the greatest total floor space that is allowed for a building or buildings on a land unit, and is calculated by multiplying the floor factor by the area of the land unit or that portion of the land unit that is situated within a particular zone; provided that, where the land unit is situated within two or more zones to which different floor factors apply, the maximum floor space for the whole land unit is the total of the maximum floor space for each zoned portion of the land unit;"mineral" means a substance, whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form, occurring naturally in or on the earth or under water and which was formed by or subjected to a geological process, and includes sand, stone, rock, gravel, clay, soil and any material occurring in residue stockpiles or in residue deposits, but excludes:water, other than water taken from land or sea for the extraction of any mineral from such water;petroleum; and peat;"motor vehicle" means a wheeled vehicle designed or used for propulsion by means of an internal combustion or electrical engine, and includes a motorcycle, trailer or caravan, but excludes a vehicle moving exclusively on rails;"Municipality" means the municipality of Knysna (WC048) established by Establishment Notice in Provincial Gazette P.N. 204/2000 of 22 September 2000 issued in terms of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act, 1998 (Act 117 of 1998), and where the context so requires, includes:- the Council; another political structure or a political office bearer of the Municipality, authorised or delegated to perform a function or exercise a power in terms of this By-law;- the Municipal Planning Tribunal, authorised or delegated to perform a function or exercise a power in terms of this By-law;- the Municipal Manager; and- any employee of the Municipality acting in terms of delegated or sub-delegated authority of the Municipality;"National Building Regulations" means the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act, 1977 (Act 103 of 1977);"natural ground level" means:- the level of the land in its unmodified state; or- when altered with the municipality’s approval for the purpose of development, the municipality may approve such altered ground level as the natural ground level, subject to Section 39;"non-conforming use" means an existing land use that was lawful in terms of previous zoning regulations but that does not comply with this scheme;"occupant" means any person who occupies a land unit;"occupational health and safety law" means the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act 85 of 1993), or municipal by-laws governing occupational health and safety, whichever is applicable;"outbuilding" means a structure, whether attached or separate from the main building that is normally ancillary and subservient to the main building on a land unit, and includes a building designed to be used for the garaging of motor vehicles, and any other normal activities in so far as these are usually and reasonably required in the connection with the main building, but does not include a second dwelling;"outdoor advertising" means the act or process of notifying, warning, informing, making known or any other act of transferring information in a visible manner and that takes place out of doors;"overlay zone" means a category of zoning that applies to land or land unit in addition to the base zoning and that:stipulates development parameters or use rights that may be more or less restrictive; and may include provisions and development parameters relating to:- primary or consent uses;- subdivision and subdivisional areas;- development incentives;- density limitations;- urban form or urban renewal;- heritage and environmental protection;- management of the urban edge;- scenic drives;- coastline setbacks;- any other purpose as set out in this zoning scheme;"package of plans" means the hierarchy of plans specified in terms of this By-law;"parapet" means a low projection, wall or moulding that finishes the uppermost edge of a building with a flat or low-pitched roof;"parking bay" means an area clearly outlined and demarcated for the parking of one motor and may be provided in the form of a garage or carport that is accessible for easy and safe vehicle movement;"pergola" means any unroofed horizontal or approximately horizontal grille or framework and associated vertical support structure;"Planning By-law" means the Knysna Municipality By-law on Municipal Land Use Planning, as adopted by the Municipality and revisions thereto;“planning law” means the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013), Land Use Planning Act (Act 3 of 2014), Land Use Planning Ordinance, 1985 (Ordinance 15 of 1985), the Planning By-law or succeeding legislation governing land use planning in the Western Cape, whichever is applicable;"plaza" means an urban open space or square, primarily designed for outdoor use by pedestrians;"policy plan" means a policy adopted by the Municipality, structure plan, spatial development framework or other policy plan approved in terms of planning law;"porch" means a roof (not being the floor of a balcony) projecting from the outside of a building above a doorway, and forming a covered entrance to the building, and includes any paved area underneath the roof, and any low walls or railings enclosing that paved area, and any pillars supporting the roof;"porte cochères" means a covered entrance large enough for vehicles to pass through, typically opening into a courtyard or a porch where vehicles stop for passengers to get out of the vehicle;"previous zoning scheme" means a zoning scheme or town planning scheme referred to in section 33(1) or (2) of the Land Use Planning Act (Act 3 of 2014);"primary use" in relation to property means any land use specified in this By-law as a primary use, being a use that is permitted within a zoning without the need to obtain the Municipality’s approval;"property" means land together with any improvements or buildings on the land;"provincial road" means a road that is under the jurisdiction of the provincial roads authority;"pub" means an establishment for the sale of predominantly alcoholic beverages, and sometimes also food, to be consumed on the premises and is also known as a tavern or bar; but excludes a night club;"public land" means land of which the ownership is vested in an organ of state;"public nuisance" means any act, omission or condition that is offensive in the opinion of the Municipality, injurious or dangerous to health, materially interferes with the ordinary comfort, convenience, peace or quiet of the public, or that adversely affects the safety of the public, having regard to the reasonableness of the activities in question in the area concerned, and the impacts that result from these activities;"refuse room" means a defined screened refuse receptacle from where refuse is collected, usually on a weekly basis;"registered land surveyor" means a professional land surveyor, registered in terms of the Geomatics Profession Act, 2013 (Act 19 of 2013);"retaining structure" means a wall or structure constructed to hold back earth or loose rock;"road" includes a public street or a private road;"road reserve" means the designated area of land that contains a public street or private road (including the road and associated verge) and that may be defined by cadastral boundaries;"satellite dish antenna" means apparatus fixed to a structure or mounted permanently on the ground and that is capable of receiving or transmitting communications from a satellite;"scenic drive" means a public street designated as a scenic drive by the Municipality in recognition of the high visual amenity alongside that public street, including background vistas of a mountain, open country, a coastline or a town;"service yard" means a defined screened area providing utility services including washing line facilities for, amongst others, general residential developments;"shipping or transport container" means a large, weatherproof container used for the transport of goods by sea, rail or road and that is usually stored in the open when not in use;"sign" means any structure, object, or other device by means of which an advertisement or notice may be physically displayed;"site development plan" means a dimensioned plan drawn to scale that indicates details of the proposed land development, including but not limited to the site layout, positioning of buildings and structures, property access, building designs and landscaping;"spatial development framework" refers to a provincial spatial development framework, or a municipal spatial development framework or local spatial development framework;"stoep" means an uncovered paved area or projecting floor outside and immediately adjoining a building, at or below the level of the ground floor of the building, and includes any low walls or railings enclosing the paved areas or floors;"storey" means that portion of a building between the surface of any floor and the surface of the next floor above; or, if there is no floor above the ceiling, then up to the ceiling; provided that, unless the contrary appears clearly from the provisions of this By-law:- a basement does not constitute a storey;- a roof, or dome forming part of a roof, does not constitute a separate storey unless the space within the roof or dome is designed for, or used for, human occupation or other living or entertainment purposes, in which case it is deemed to be a storey;- the utilisation of an open roof area does not constitute a separate storey; however, should any means of coverage or fixtures for outdoor living and entertainment purposes be added to the roof of a building, the area is regarded as an additional storey;- any storey greater than 4 metres, measured from the finished floor level to the finished floor level of the storey above, or to the ceiling in the case of a top storey, but up to 6 metres in height is, for the purpose of the height measurement, regarded as two storeys, and every additional 4 metres in height or portion thereof, is regarded as an additional storey; and- in counting the number of storeys of a building, the ground floor is the first storey and the next floor above is the second storey;"storm water" means water resulting from natural processes, the precipitation or accumulation of the water, and includes groundwater and spring water ordinarily conveyed by the storm water system, as well as sea water within estuaries, but excludes water in a drinking-water or wastewater reticulation system;"storm water system" means constructed and natural facilities, including pipes, culverts and water courses, used or required for the management, collection, conveyance, temporary storage, control, monitoring, treatment, use or disposal of storm water;"street boundary" means the boundary between a land unit and a public street or private road;"structure" without in any way limiting its ordinary meaning, includes any building, shelter, wall, fence, pillar, tower, pergola, steps, landing, terrace, sign, ornamental architectural feature, swimming pool, fuel pump or underground tank, any building ancillary to service infrastructure provision, and any portion of a structure;"terrace" means an area to which occupants of a building have access, created on a flat roof over a portion of the building, resulting from the setting back of part of the building above that portion;"total floor space" of a building means the sum of the floor space of all the levels of a particular building, including basements;"used" in addition to its ordinary meaning, includes "designated or intended to be used";"verandah" means a covered area (not being an area that is part of a yard or parking area) or projecting floor outside and immediately adjoining a building at or below the level of the ground floor of the building, and includes both the covered area or floor and the roof or other feature covering it, as well as any low walls or railings enclosing the covered area or floor;"youth hostel" means a place providing affordable accommodation, aimed mainly at young tourists;"zoning" includes base zoning and overlay zoning;"zoning scheme" means a land use scheme as defined in section 1 of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (Act 16 of 2015) and includes the components referred to in section 4. of this By-Law;
|Gross dwelling density||Total number of dwelling units in a specified area|
|(units per hectare)||Extent of specified area in hectares;|
Zoning scheme, use zones and uses
2. Application of zoning schemeThe zoning scheme applies to the entire municipal area.
3. Purpose of zoning schemeThe purpose of the zoning scheme is to:
4. Components of zoning schemeThe zoning scheme consists of the following components:
5. Use zones
6. Zoning scheme map
7. Transition to new use zones
8. Rectification of errors on zoning scheme map
9. Zoning scheme registerThe Municipality:
10. Primary usesPrimary uses of land permitted in each use zone, without the Municipality’s consent, are listed in the corresponding part of column 2 of the table set out in Schedule 1.
11. Consent usesConsent uses of land permitted in each use zone, with the Municipality’s prior consent in terms of the Planning By-law, is listed in the corresponding part of column 3 of the table set out in Schedule 1.
12. Temporary departures for specific occasions
13. Non-conforming uses
14. Deemed zoning of closed public placesThe zoning of land that was previously a public street or public open space, vested in or owned by the Municipality and that is closed, is determined as follows:
15. Purpose of overlay zones
16. Procedures for establishing, reviewing or amending overlay zonesAn overlay zone is adopted, reviewed or amended by the Municipality as an amendment to this By-law in accordance with sections 12 and 13 of the Municipal Systems Act and section 25 of the Land Use Planning Act.
Distances, levels and boundaries
17. Measuring distances and levelsThe following provisions apply with regard to the method of measuring distances and levels:
18. Determining boundaries of use zonesIf uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of use zones, the following parameters apply in the order listed:
19. Offences, penalties & enforcement of By-law
Development of land
20. Development parameters applicable to use rights
21. Encroachment of building lines
22. Lagoon boundary building linesBuilding lines on land with a lagoon boundary will be 5 metres for all residential use zones and 10 metres for all other use zones.
23. Site development plans
24. Hazardous substances
25. ScreeningThe Municipality may require screening in accordance with the following provisions:
26. Earth banks & retaining structuresUnless the prior approval of the Municipality has been obtained:
27. Boundary walls & fencesNotwithstanding Council's By-Law on Fences and Fencing, the following development parameters on boundary walls and fences shall apply:
28. Maintenance of propertyProperty must be properly maintained by the owner or occupier and may not:
29. Parking of commercial vehicles in residential zonesA motor vehicle of an occupant of a dwelling unit and used for commercial activities conducted away from the dwelling unit may be parked on the property where the occupant resides, provided that:
30. Mobile homes & caravans
31. Rooftop base telecommunication stations and satellite dish antenna systems
32. Geysers and solar panels or similar infrastructure affixed to roofs of buildingsAny external geysers and associated equipment or solar panels or similar infrastructure affixed to the roof of a building may not at any point be more than 1,5 metres above the roof surface, measured perpendicularly from that surface provided that the height restriction of that use zone is not exceeded by this addition.
33. Equipment on top of buildingsNo elevator motor rooms, satellite dishes, ventilation shafts, water tanks, air conditioning plants, or other equipment on top of a roof may exceed the maximum height of the use zone.
34. Parapet wallsParapet walls are restricted to 500 millimetres in height above the finished roof level immediately contiguous to the parapet.
35. ChimneysChimneys may not extend higher than 1 metre above the highest point of the roof of a dwelling house or dwelling unit.
36. Linear utility servicesTelecommunication, electrical transmission lines and pipelines or canals for the transportation of liquids and gasses may be permitted by the municipality or an organ of state to traverse a land unit, as may be reasonably required by the municipality or an organ of state in accordance with and subject to expropriation laws, other applicable laws and the registration of the necessary servitudes.
37. Outdoor advertising and signageOutdoor signage and advertising may only be displayed in accordance with the Municipality’s Outdoor Advertising and Signage By-Law.
38. Utilisation of outbuildingsNo outbuilding may be utilised for any purpose other than the purpose submitted in the building plans and approved by the Municipality, and an outbuilding may not be utilised until the main buildings are completed or occupied, unless approved by the Municipality.
39. Determination of natural ground level
40. Animals kept for commercial purposesAnimals kept for commercial purposes may only be kept on a land unit zoned agricultural Zone I and Agricultural Zone II.
41. Hobbies in single and general residential zonesWhen exercising a hobby in all single and general residential zones, the dominant use of the dwelling house or dwelling unit must be for the living accommodation of a single family, provided that:
Parking and loading
42. On-site parking requirements
Minimum on-site parking requirements
|Land Use||Minimum Requirements|
|Dwelling house||2 bays per dwellingErven <350m²: 1 bay per dwellingErven < 100m²: Nil per dwelling|
|Second dwelling unit||1 additional bay|
|Group housing/Town Housing||2 bays per dwelling unit plus 0.25 bays/unit for visitors|
|Retirement Resort||Dwelling unit||2 bays per unit plus 0.25 bays/unit for visitors|
|Home for the aged||0,5 bays per bedroom|
|Frail Care||0,5 bays per bed|
|Flats||1.75 bays per unit plus 0.25 bays/unit for visitors|
|Boarding house/ Guest House/ Guest Lodge/ Bed and Breakfast Establishment||1 bay per bedroom plus 1 bay per owner’s home / manager’s flat|
|Backpackers Lodge||1 bay /3 beds plus 2 bays / owner’s home or manager’s flat|
|Business premises/ Shops / Offices / Restaurant||4 bays per 100m² GLA|
|Hotel (excluding other facilities, specific ratios apply to each use)||1.25 bays/bedroom|
|Service station/ Motor repair garage/ Motor vehicle sales or Vehicle hire premises||4 per repair bay with minimum of 8 bays plus 4 bays per 100m² GLA|
|Open air motor vehicle sales||4 bays per 100m² GLA|
|Land Use||Minimum Requirements|
|House shop / tavern||1 additional bay per 25 m² GLA|
|Funeral parlour||1 bay per 4 seats and 4 bays per 100 m² office GLA|
|Gymnasium, health club (not part of a business premise)||10 bays per 100m² GLA|
|Place of entertainment & gambling place||1 bay per 8 seats|
|Industry / Light industry / Warehouse / Scrap yard/Builder's yard / Noxious trade / Risk activity||2 bays per 100 m² GLA|
|Industrial hive / Service trade||4 bays per 100 m² GLA|
|Hospital (general and private)||1 bay per bed and 4 bays per consulting room|
|Frail care facility||1 bay per bed|
|Clinic/Medical consulting rooms||4 bays per consulting room|
|Rehabilitation Centres||0,5 bays per bed|
|Orphanage||0,5 bays per bedroom|
|Home care facility||0,5 bays per bed|
|Schools||1.5 bay per classroom/office plus stop & drop facility|
|Créche||1 bay per 10 children plus 1 stop & drop facility|
|Place of instruction (other than schools/day care centre/ créche)||1.5 bay per classroom/office plus 1 per 6 students|
|Place of assembly/Place of worship/||1 bay per 8 seats|
|Sport stadium||1 bay per 4 seats or persons|
|Library, Museum||2 bays per 100m² GLA|
|Conference facility||8 bays per 10 seats|
43. Alternative parking supply
44. Combined parking requirementsIf two or more uses combine to share a common parking area, the Municipality may approve parking requirements that provide less than the quantum of the parking required for individual uses provided that:
45. Site access and exits
Width of motor vehicle carriageway crossings
|Type of carriageway crossing||Minimum width||Maximum width|
|Single entrance or exit way||2,7 metres||4,0 metres|
|Combined entrance and exit way||5,0 metres||8,0 metres|
46. Parking layout requirements
47. Parking for physically disabled
Physically disabled accessible parking
|Total no of parking bays||Required number of bays accessible to physically disabled|
|For every additional 100 bays||1 additional parking bay|
48. Motorcycle and bicycle parking spaces
49. Loading requirements
Minimum on-site loading bay requirements
|Land use||Floor area (m²)||Number of loading bays|
|Business premises,shops and industry||0-10001001-25002501-50005001-10 000Every additional 10 000 or part thereof||01231 additional bay|