My current project is an addition to an existing building in a campus setting. The addition is on the southwest side of the existing building. Only the newq addition will be certified. Currently the LEED boundary is drawn through the where the addition will be the existing building. However, additional parking is required per the project and will be located to the North of the new addition on the other side of existing parking. The new parking is no where near the addition. It is unclear to me how to draw a LEED boundary to include this parking area without hurting our chances for credits such as SSC7.1 Heat Island Effect - Non-roof. Is it possible to separate the LEED boundary or must I include everything?