What is the Basic Requirements for Development?

  • The Successful Tenderer shall be required to develop the Land in accordance with the Building Agreement, these Conditions of Tender and the Technical Conditions of Tender (“Development”).
  • The units built in the Development shall comply with technical specifications of minimum floor loading capacity of 7.5 kN/sqm, the minimum floor-to-ceiling height of four (4.0) metres and minimum electrical provision of 120 VA/sqm.
  • For the purpose of the Development, in respect of multi-user industrial developments, the gross floor area (“GFA”) of each unit shall not be less than one hundred and fifty (150) square metres. In the event, the Successful Tenderer is allowed to strata subdivide the Development, the GFA of each strata subdivided unit shall also not be less than one hundred and fifty (150) square metres.
  • For the purpose of the Development, in respect of multi-storey industrial developments, the Successful Tenderer shall be required to provide the following number of goods/service lift(s), based on the maximum permissible GFA of the Land, with a minimum lift car size of 2.0 m by 3.0 m and loading capacity of 2.5 tons. The Successful Tenderer is also to provide the required number of loading bay(s) to serve the Development. This requirement is also applicable to Development(s) on each of the subdivided plot(s) should subdivision be allowed.
  • Minimum Provision of Goods/Service Lift(s) and Loading Bay(s)
 Maximum Permissible GFA of Land Parcel / Subdivided Plot Technical Conditions
 < 10,000 sqm Minimum 1 goods/service lift and 1 loading bay
 10,000 – 30,000 sqm  Minimum 2 goods/service lift and 2 loading bay
 > 30,000 sqm  Minimum 3 goods/service lift and 3 loading bay

  • For the avoidance of doubt, multi-storey industrial development applies to all industrial buildings which have four (4) storeys or more.

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