What is Air Property?

What is Air Property?

Air property is the space above a property that has legal rights. In most cases, the freeholder owns some of the airspace above their property, but not all of it. In the UK, there are two types of airspace: the lower stratum and the upper stratum. Both of these areas are open to the public. A private homeowner can sell the unused air space to a developer for a profit. However, this option has its drawbacks. If the space is not used, the development will be noisy and will hinder views and natural sunlight.

Another form of air property is called “unused potential” and refers to empty space above a property. Typically, this unused space is above another building, and is owned by the developer of the nearby building. The developer of Building B could purchase unused air space from Building A and add it to their site allotment. This would allow him to build a taller building with better views. This method is often used to add more square footage to a property.

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When a building is constructed, the owner gains the right to build above that building. The unused space is called the upper stratum and is 500 to 1000 feet above the property. This unused space is called air property. If the developer builds a new building nearby, he can purchase unused air space from the adjacent building. This way, he can increase the amount of space on his site, and the developer can then construct a taller structure.

The upper stratum of a property is called the upper stratum. This area is the space immediately above the property. Its height is also considered the unused potential. A neighboring building can use this unused space by building over it. Moreover, the unused portion of air property may be accessed by someone who does not own the land. This could result in the owner acquiring an additional lot in the same site.

The lower stratum is the space around and above the property. The lower stratum is the space below the property. The upper stratum is the area above and around the property. The higher stratum is not unlimited. The freeholders’ airspace is limited and is subject to zoning laws. The upper stratum is governed by air rights. Using the airspace of a building in a public space is a common practice in dense urban areas.

The upper stratum is the space that is above the property. It is also referred to as the upper stratum. As a result, the upper stratum is the space that is above a property’s roof. The lower stratum is the part of the airspace that is not covered by a building. In the case of the UK, the lower stratum is the area below the land. If an aircraft is flying too low, it will infringe on its airspace.

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The upper stratum contains the air space above a building. It is the space above the land. The airspace is considered to be a portion of the property. In the UK, it is divided into the lower and upper stratum. Its purpose is to support a structure that is above the ground. The lower stratum is not used for any other purpose.

There are several types of air property. One type is the upper stratum. The lower stratum is the area above the property. Generally, the upper stratum is the space above a building. The lower stratum is not the same as the upper stratum. The lower stratum has the same rights as the top. Its height is not limited and can be tapped by another building. This allows the developer to use the unused space to build another structure, and the developer to sell it for more.