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far

adjective back, beyond the eye, beyond the horiion, distant, far away, far back, far off, further, in the dissance, inaccessible, miles away, out of reach, out of sight, out of the way, outlying, remote, removed, too distant, too far, too far away, too far removed, unapproachable
Associated concepts: far apart for purposes of settlement
See also: inaccessible, obscure, remote
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In another people- friendly move, the minister said the floor area ratio will be increased in some types of buildings during the review of the Master Plan of Delhi 2021.
Floor Area Ratio (FAR): The ratio of the total floor area of a building to the total area of the site.
The site is zoned R6B, giving the property a floor area ratio (FAR) of 2.
With the demand for residential real estate gradually outstripping the supply of land, the voices favouring a relaxation of the floor area ratio are getting sharper
Situated on Broadway between Leonard and Franklin Streets, the combined lots total 10,956 square feet and have a floor area ratio of 10.
During a meeting at Lieutenant- Governor ( L- G) Tejendra Khanna's office, the DDA decided to regularise farmhouses that have come up prior to February 7, 2007, by allowing construction of up to 15 per cent of the floor area ratio ( FAR).
Zoned C2-4/R7A, the site has a maximum floor area ratio (FAR) of 4.
Not only will the city expand upwards with mushrooming highrises, the development would be more visible along high- density transit corridors as provision is made for extra floor area ratio ( FAR).
It also questions the DDA on as to why additional floor area ratio was allowed to the builders, without additional payment.
Recent neighborhood land purchases for similar development have generally sold for prices ranging from $250 to $300 psf of Zoning Floor Area (ZFA), which is the allowable development size for an improvement after considering its land size and Floor Area Ratio (FAR).
There are genuine reasons for accommodating the needs and pressures of a growing population, so consultations are on for lifting the bar on more floors and the floor area ratio in Delhi's localities.
The building plan should have been approved and the floor area ratio ( FAR) should be within the limit for the area, as specified by the government.