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English definition of “plot plan”

plot plan

noun [C]
 
 
PROPERTY a plan showing the present or intended use of a piece of land, and the position of roads, buildings, and other important structures: The plot plan shows the land divided into three zones, with specific areas set aside for shops, a garage, and a carpark.
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