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## What is the formula to calculate FSI?

It is calculated **by dividing the total covered built-up area on all floors of a building by the area of the plot it stands on**. For instance, if you have 1,000 square feet of land on which you want to build a residential or commercial building and the FSI in your locality is 1.5, then you could build up to 1,500 sq.

## What is the FSI in Bangalore?

What is the FSI in Bangalore? As per the Bangalore Revised Master Plan 2015, the FSI differs from **1.75 for smaller plots to 3.35 for larger plots**, with consideration of factors like area, building activity, plot size, and road width.

## How is FSI calculated with example?

**Calculation for Floor in Buildng**

- FSI is used to calculate the Total Built Up area of the site and also to calculate the No. …
- To Calculate the Total Built up Area of the site.
- Total Plot Area X FSI = Total Built Up Area.
- To Calculate the No.: Of Floors Allowed.
- Total Built Up Area / Max. …
- (If it’s needed to increase the No.

## How is FSI carpet area calculated?

Let the area of each floor be 6000 sq ft. So the total covered area on all floors will be 6000 x 10 = 60000 sq ft. Let the plot area be 30000 sq ft. So the FSI = **60000 / 30000 = 2**.

## How do you calculate ancillary FSI?

It is calculated by **dividing Built up area by Plot Area**. FSI = built up area/Plot area.

## Is balcony included in FSI?

Exceptions to Floor Area Ratio

Some important exceptions to the FAR are amenities like common spaces, parking areas, any interior open space such as the balcony, basements exclusively used for parking, attics, exterior spaces, sports courts, etc. These areas **are not included in the FAR**.

## How many floors can be built in Bangalore?

In Bangalore, you can construct up to **4–5 floors** in a 2,400 square foot plot.

## How many flats can 3000 square feet make?

Short Formula for Carpet Area is 2.5 times… so in all you can get 4800 * 2.5 = 12000 sq. ft buildup area. U can make **4 floors** with 3000 sq. ft each.