rucus7 wrote:Do you know if this code regarding setback distance applies to all provinces on Thailand. Also if it applies to tree foliage as well?
Roger Ramjet wrote:I have a build area of 9 metres by 24 metres on my plans being drawn which covers me front and rear, is my roof allowed to overlap the building itself by up to one metre or even 1.5 metres.
Roger Ramjet wrote:Fred,
You may just get a shock one day. I recall a young engineer at Falls Creek blasting a portal (large hole straight down) and he overloaded with explosives and failed to use enough blast mats. The Falls Creek hotel was just 200 metres away and the resulting pressure wave caused the roof to lift and one wall, where all the toilets were, to fall out to show a very stunned barman was sitting on the throne of honour holding a newspaper. If your roof over the bathroom/toilet is that close to the road, do not be surprised if one day you are reading on the dunny (toilet) and an Issan truck or bus driver cuts the corner and takes the wall and roof off!
Bryan23 wrote:Would this apply to all secondary buildings as well? For example, living in the country and having your water storage tanks on the property line or small storage buildings, and not set back whatever setback requirements there are. Two meters?
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