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The plot size is uncompromised and the FSI remains minimal, ensuring that the plot is used to house its selectively few residents, with more space dedicated to the amenities, ensuring residents’ access to 100% of the plot.
With large area of the plot reserved for rehabilitation, the housing as well as amenities are provided in smaller part of the total property, compromising on proportionate space.
Large area of the entire plot is dedicated to rehabilitation housing, leaving less space for sales occupants and their amenities, dealing a severe blow to the concept of spacious living.
Providing public parking almost triples the FSI of a place. While the general public's interference may be limited, the increased FSI ensures a larger density, decreasing exclusivity and compromising on the overall privacy and amenity space.