I agree with Joel. You get to choose the LEED project boundary for your current LEED project. Gerrymandering is not allowed. Make sure that you are consistent with your boundary throughout the entire project.

Be sure to dentify the LEED Project Boundary on EVERY drawing that you submit -- so that it's very clear where the project boundary lies.

We used mark-up software to draw a line around the boundary and called it out. Likewise, if there are buildings on the property that are NOT part of your LEED project, "x" those out on the drawings as well.

Best of luck!

Sherry Bonelli, LEED Green Associate