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In reality, this depends on the land use bylaw for the city/town/municpality that governs the land. Assuming this is a "standard" lot of 15m x 30m and is zoned as "residential", you can probably only have one house on the lot.

Legal stuff aside, I guess it depends on how big the house(s) would be. You could come up with an average size of a few houses (based on real estate Listings) and then just use division:

420m2 / ???m2 = # of houses that could fit

Q: How many houses can you fit in 420 square meters of land?

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About 32.5 square meters. (32.516064 square meters)

30 square meters.

10 square meters rounds to 107.64 square feet.

If you mean a building lot, there is no standardized size for all towns. If you mean the unit of measure called a township, one township is 93,239,571.97 square meters.

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There are 36,400 square meters in nine acres of land.

Most American houses are 1,000 to 2,000 square feet. That's about 100 to 200 square meters.

Five acres equates to about 20,234.3 square meters.

The answer would be 210 square meters.

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10x10=100. So there are 100 square meters in a 10x10 meter plot of land.

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depends on how big the plot is

700

30 x 30 = 900 2 plots = 1800 square meters