“How did you do the alternative parking?” Taiwan residential area ‘rooftop parking’
On the 15th, Taiwanese media such as the China Times reported 토토사이트that the owner of a detached house on Dongguang 2 Street, North District, Taichung City, central Taiwan, used a crane to put two vans of his own on the roof of the building two years ago.
According to the China Times, nearby local residents are complaining of anxiety due to the possibility of a fall accident due to a van on the roof.
The local head of the village said that the owner of the house was the owner of a subcontractor, and that three vans were illegally parked on the roadside near the house and used as storage for goods. In the meantime, the owner of the house, who was accused by local residents for obstructing traffic, put two cars on the roof and sold the other one, he added.
In this regard, the landlord explained that if a van is parked on the side of the road, illegal parking stickers are continuously issued, so the vehicle is put on the roof and used as storage. He added that he plans to move the vehicle to his own forest in the northern Taoyuan region in October.
At the same time, the landlord insisted that the vehicle placed on the roof of the building built with reinforced concrete should not be too surprised, as he predicted that the structure of the house would not be affected.
In addition, he emphasized that it was not dangerous, saying that part of the vehicle on the roof was only slightly out in relation to the protrusion to the outside.
The Taichung City Urban Development Bureau recently announced that “no violations were found” in an on-site investigation involving the police department, district offices, and officials. However, to maintain public safety, owners are advised to dispose of vehicles on the roof of the building as soon as possible.
On the other hand, more and more people in Korea are setting up kitchen gardens or gardens on the rooftops or verandas of apartments. However, this is a very risky move.
According to the rules on the structural standards of buildings, the proper load for a house veranda is 300kg per 1㎡ and 200kg for a rooftop. In particular, special attention is required for swimming pools and vegetable gardens that are too large, with the proper load of 1㎡ on the roof of a house being 200kg, which can give more weight than the building can withstand.
In particular, the act of making a simple swimming pool by receiving water on a hot rooftop can cause an excessive load on the building, leading to the collapse of the building.