Ideally, the area of the common spaces should be calculated and added proportionately to each flat. However, this practice is rarely followed. As a thumb rule, most builders take 1.25 as the multiplying factor to calculate super built up area, multiplying the carpet area by 1.25.
Likewise, people ask, how carpet area is calculated?
To calculate your total square footage for a room, just multiply your room width and length together. Here is what a 10 x 10 room would add up to 13.33 yards: (Remember, carpet comes 12 feet wide) That is 12' width x 10' length = 120 square feet divided by 9 = 13.33 yards.
What is a built up area road?
In the UK Highway Code, a built-up area is a settled area in which the speed limit of a road is automatically 30 mph (48 km/h). These roads are known as 'restricted roads' and are identified by the presence of street lights.
What is the difference between plinth area and built up area?
Built-Up Area or Plinth Area - Total covered area of the apartment or commercial property unit. It can be calculated by adding areas of utility ducts within property unit, internal and external walls to the carpet are. As a rule of thumb, built up area can be calculated by adding 10% loading factor on carpet area.