Dependent Gross Area

The dependent gross area refers to covered and closed areas for exclusive use, even though they constitute common parts, even if located outside the building or fraction, whose uses are ancillary to the use for which the building or fraction is intended.

This category includes:

  • Accessory locations to garages;
  • Parking;
  • The collections;
  • Animal facilities,
  • Attics or cellars accessible and the balconies, as long as they are not integrated into the private gross area;
  • Other private locations with a function different from the previous ones, to which the 0.30 coefficient applies.
Updated on: 
11. October 2019
 
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