Because the project is early on, no one has a design yet and so every building was built to the highest it could be, 4 floors. This gives an idea of just how much light will be given to specific plots. This is especially useful given my site in the block is on the North. With the sunlight coming from the South, this presents very limited direct natural light.
To make matters worse, I found out whilst experimenting with the perimeter block that my site gets very little light at all throughout the year. Midday in June accounts for the majority of natural light hitting my building through the year.
Worse still is that the front facade only receives 50 minutes of sunlight per day, and this is only applicable in June. It is also split between the very early hours of the morning (before 6am) and the late hours of evening. This is also not factoring in any broader context. With the wider context included, it is likely the front of my building shall receive no direct sunlight at all throughout the year.