I have a question regarding defining a site boundary for a fairly simple LEED project (one building and one parking lot). The parking lot is connected to an EXISTING private drive which serves the site and is the only access to the site. The project property line is the centerline of that private drive. I've found CIRCredit Interpretation Ruling. Used by design team members experiencing difficulties in the application of a LEED prerequisite or credit to a project. Typically, difficulties arise when specific issues are not directly addressed by LEED information/guide responses that state that if a parking lot or drive is existing, it can be excluded from the boundary. However, I don't know if it should be included if it's the only drive that serves the property. Any help or thoughts would be great. Thanks!