Semi-Detached House

A semi-detached house is a dwelling house:

(a) partially attached on one side to any number of other units. This includes a

  • semi-detached bungalow house;
  • semi-detached terrace house (also known as corner terrace);
  • back-to-back semi-detached house.

(b) abutting the common boundary as a result of the adjoining unit being demolished or redeveloped into other housing form.



*Landed housing under the Envelope Control guidelines will be subject to 2m rear and side setback. Please refer to Envelope Control Guidelines paras 7 to 10.

(Information extracted from Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA))