A subdivision technique in which detached dwelling units are grouped relatively close together, leaving open spaces as common areas.
Development design which places attached dwelling in close proximity to each other, with nearby open spaces set out for common use of the dwelling owners.
group of houses that share common space.
Consolidated residential development or smaller lots, with reduced road rights of way and building setbacks. The reduced area of private ownership is replaced by increased common green spaces for community uses.
Detached group of houses that shares open space.
Detached group of houses which share open space.
Planned subdivision where detached housing is located in close proximity to each other and share common open space including recreation areas and parking.