||Maximum domestic plot ratio of 8, 9
and 10 depends on Site Class A, B and C respectively.
||If there is non-domestic floorspace,
maximum domestic plot ratio will be reduced according to
the provisions of the B(P)R composite building formula.
||The maximum domestic plot ratio is in
accordance with those stipulated on OZPs and site class
is not relevant.
||If there is non-domestic floorspace
with a plot ratio in excess of 1.5, maximum domestic plot
ratio will be reduced by the amount of this excess.
||For this first generation New Town (i.e.
Tuen Mun, Sha Tin, Fanling/Sheung Shui, Tai Po, Yuen Long
and Tsuen Wan), lease modifications for higher plot ratios
than those applicable prior to September 1981 should be
permitted only if the proposed development forms the whole
or a substantial part of a comprehensive redevelopment plan
prepared or approved by the planning authority.
||Higher maximum domestic plot ratios
may be permitted in Comprehensive Development Areas having
regard to local circumstances, such as infrastructure capacities.
However, for New Development Area and CDA for Tsuen Wan,
Kwai Chung & Tsing Yi, the maximum plot ratio is normally
||Any non-domestic plot ratio component
may be in addition to the domestic plot ratio, up to the
maximum permitted by the B(P)R composite building formula
or those of the OZPs.
||In existing development areas this maximum
domestic plot ratio can only be imposed in the case of lease
modifications or Section 16 applications , unless it is
incorporated in the OZPs.
||In Special Control Areas, maximum domestic
plot ratio may be further limited.