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I am looking for someone to help me.
Normally for a neiborhood housing development, we have a site plan, and other drawings to complete this urban planning task. For this site plan, we need to put elevation for some key points in the road, this site plan generally uses all the facilities's 1st floor plan. Do we still call this a site plan or something like hypsography?
If I couldn't explain clearly, pls see the attached drawing.
I would call it a site plan.
i'm going to go with master plan. there are multiple projects and it doesn't have the sort of utility or grading and whatnot detail that a site plan would have.
Be more content specific! I'd personally go with "nouveau-burb shitfest birds-eye"
Master Plan - I use to do lots of these during one of my internship jobs
Thanks for your prompt response. This drawing is specifically for showing the elevation of different points in a site plan, it will include grading and retaining wall as well if there is any. I guess site plan or master plan is suitable.
Also, what is the difference between master plan and site plan?
And finally, Rusty, this thread is no fun at all without your comments.
Setback diagram, zoning / buildable area plan
The lines represent the distance the buildings have to be away from the street?
i would go with "spot elevation plan" then.
master plan is for outlining where streets and buildings and some landscaping go at a neighborhood or development sort of level. a site plan is usually a single building (possibly accessory buildings) on a single site.
I have always thought of a master plan as a site plan based on all the phases of a bigger construction project, that will be developed at different times.
Hi all, thanks for all your suggestion. here is my conclusion: site grading plan. I might have other questions related to translation later on, pls come back and post your valuable suggestions again.
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