What is NCC Class 1 building?
Definition: Class 1 building is a standalone single dwelling or house where a single-family lives in. Standalone attached houses in a single story (excludes apartments) are still classified as Class 1.
Class 1a building – a detached house or one of a group of two or more attached houses in class 1a buildings which is continuously occupied (not like hotel).
Class 1b building – One or more buildings that together form a boarding house, guest house, hostel or the like with following conditions:
- The building should not accommodate over 12 people; and
- The building should not have more than 300m2 floor area of all floors
- Four or more single dwellings in one allotment are used for a short period.
In class 1b buildings, building occupation nature is temporary occupation.
Examples of NCC class 1 building:
- Class 1a building: single-family dwelling, row house, terrace house, villa house, townhouses, duplexes or the like.
- Class 1b building: board house, guest house, a hostel or the like.