Can you please explain more about LEED Boundaries ?
LEED Boundaries is explained in Chapter 2 of our course. Here is further explanation
The requirement in the MPR(Minimum Program Requirement) is that LEED Boundaries should be reasonable and consistent through out the project documentation
Reasonable means that LEED boundary should the project scope and associated services. In many cases the construction fence can be considered as LEED boundary. The project team shall define the LEED Boundary.
The boundary defined shall be consistent through out the LEED documentation. ie The Project cannot define a different boundary for SS Credit Open Space and WE Credit Outdoor water use reduction
Here is the official content from USGBC for your additional reference
The LEED project boundary must include all contiguous land that is associated with the project and supports its typical operations. This includes land altered as a result of construction and features used primarily by the project’s occupants, such as hardscape (parking and sidewalks), septic or stormwater treatment equipment, and landscaping. The LEED boundary may not unreasonably exclude portions of the building, space, or site to give the project an advantage in complying with credit requirements. The LEED project must accurately communicate the scope of the certifying project in all promotional and descriptive materials and distinguish it from any non-certifying space