In order to build a successful house and to define its boundaries, it is essential to draw up a site plan. So how do you draw up a site plan? This article provides tips on how to draw up a master plan successfully.
Defining the programme
The ground plan is a side plan that calculates the surface area of the house, provides information on the topography of the land and delimits the area to be built. It also shows the plantations to be destroyed or kept. It is usually drawn by an architect and allows the whole project to be visualised. Thus, it requires the respect of certain steps to be successful. The first step is to define the programme. Indeed, the programme here represents your desires and agreements; it will be made up of architectural matters. To this end, through a list, you list and detail: the number of rooms desired; the volumetric requirements; the type of architecture; etc. This step allows you to prioritise your ideas and to free yourself from many constraints when you go on to design the house plan.
Gather all the constraints
Another fundamental step in the success of a floor plan is the collection of all constraints. In fact, you must manage to list all the constraints in a methodical way in order to arrive at a buildable envelope for the land on which the house will be built. You must therefore take your budget into account, as the house plan will influence the cost of the budget. To this end, you must have a surveyor’s plan, since a project is built on a good basis. This surveyor’s plan must take into account all the topographic points and limits or contour lines. These points and limits will allow you to validate the height of your project in relation to the natural ground, and on your mass project, all the dimensions in relation to the ground before the works must be detected. In short, it is important to remember that these tips will enable you to successfully draw up your site plan.