Renovation for Landed House ExtentionsWe provide Renovation for for Landed House Extentions in Singapore.
Landed house extension
When our children grow up and need more space, a more suitable and practical way on the cost and time will be to add or extent the back or front out and up into additional function space and rooms for the family uses without tearing down the whole house and rebuilt.
Terrace house rear extension
Example of a two storeys terrace house in construction stage being extent at the front and back to create additional bedrooms @ Jalan Setia
Terrace house front extension
This another picture of two storeys terrace house in construction stage showing the addition of a new room at the front and side of the house.
The conditions for redevelopment are as follows:
- From Semi-detached to Bungalow or a new pair of Semi-detached Houses
A semi-detached house with a plot size of 400m² and a plot width of 10m can be developed into a bungalow provided the plot size of the remaining semi-detached unit is capable of being redeveloped into a new bungalow (minimum plot size 400m2, width 10m). In areas where semi-detached houses are allowed, the semi-detached house with a plot size of 400m² can be developed into a pair of new semi-detached houses if the plot width is 16m or more provided the plot size of the remaining semi-detached unit is also capable of being redeveloped into a new bungalow (minimum plot size 400m2, width 10m) or a new pair of semi-detached units (minimum plot size 400m2, width 16m). On redevelopment of one of the semi-detached houses, the remaining semi-detached house can be retained or be redeveloped into a bungalow provided the plot size is large enough and the plot width is not less than 10m.
- From Terrace House to Bungalow or Semi-detached House
A corner terrace house plot can be redeveloped into a detached or a new pair of semidetached houses if it can comply with the minimum plot width and size, and provided the adjoining terrace plot has 8m plot width and 200m2 plot size. For intermediate terrace houses built in the past with wide frontage and large plot size, any unit in a row of these houses can be redeveloped to other landed housing forms if the plot size and width are sufficient to allow the change, and provided the adjacent affected unit (from which it is detached) has a minimum plot size of 200m² and width of 8m (i.e. capable of being rebuilt into a corner unit in future). For example, the 2nd unit in a row can detach itself from the 3rd unit and pair up with the last unit to form a pair of semi-detached houses or it can detach from the corner house and itself becomes a corner terrace house
- From Semi-detached to Terrace Houses
In areas not designated for bungalows or semi-detached, joint redevelopment of a pair of semi-detached houses into terrace houses is allowed if it can comply with the minimum plot width and size for terrace houses. The redevelopment of a semi-detached house into terrace houses abutting an existing semi-detached house is not allowed so as not to downgrade the remaining semi-detached unit to a corner terrace house and limit its redevelopment potential
Rear Setback of Terrace or Semi-detached Houses That Abut Existing Backlanes
The 1st storey rear extension of terrace or semi-detached houses can abut existing backlanes. This is because the backlanes (with widths of 4 to 6m) serve to provide adequate setback between 2 rows of houses.
For further details please go to the Urban redevelopment authority (URA) for further information
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