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Planning and Building

The Planning and Building Department is responsible for the land development approval process, from the planning of raw land through the processing of development applications and building permit issuance, to final building inspections.  The department also provides data and advice to City Council, citizens, developers, consultants and land owners on matters affecting the planning and development of the City.

Community Services

Of the six sections of the Community Services Department - Planning and Administration Division, the Planning and Heritage Section and the Development Section are primarily responsible for the provision and development of open space systems and facilities for the City of Mississauga.

The Planning and Heritage Section is responsible for negotiating, commenting on, reviewing, inspecting and approving work related to development applications on behalf of Community Services.  Heritage planning relates to the conservation of cultural heritage resources and maintaining a Heritage Inventory of significant properties.  Park and greenbelt development work is to comply with the standards, policies and procedures of the Subdivision Requirements Manual.

Planning & Development Committee

This Committee's main responsibility is to provide a public process as required under the Planning Act to allow an opportunity for the public to express their views on planning related policies and development applications.  The committee also recommends to Council planning related policies and the conditions under which site specific development can occur.

Economic Development Office

Our economic development professionals can advise and assist you on a wide range of topics.  (i) Site Location Assistance (ii) Business Self-Help Office (iii) Facilitation - Our connections with such organizations as Industry Canada, the Business Development Bank and the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Tourism enable us to help you to access appropriate government programs and networking opportunities (iv) Comprehensive Information (v) Advocacy - EDO represents the interests of business and economic development in the development and application of government policy and legislation.

By-Laws and Enforcement

The Office of the City Clerk maintains a list of frequently requested 'By-laws Online' including Building Permit By-law, Development Charges By-law, Hydro Development Charges By-law, etc. By-law Enforcement respond to complaints relating to violations of City By-laws including zoning, property standards, fencing, littering, dumping, noise disturbances and smoke alarms.

Forms Online

Our 'Forms Online' lists the most frequently requested applications including those for Consent to Sever, Site Plan Approval, and Condominium Application.

Materiel Management

The City contracts for the supply of a large variety of goods and services including construction.

Committee of Adjustment

The Committee of Adjustment is composed of seven members, who are appointed by the Council of the City of Mississauga.  The Committee of Adjustment is authorized by the Ontario Planning Act to grant minor variances from the provisions of the Zoning By-law, to permit extensions, enlargements or variations of existing legal non-conforming uses and give consent to an owner of land who wishes to sell, convey or transfer an interest "part" of their land.

Builders & Developers Info
Design Guidelines for New Dwellings, Replacement Housing and Additions
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The purpose of this document is to provide a framework and guidelines for new dwellings, replacement housing and additions in site plan control areas residential development in Mississauga. It is to be read in conjunction with the applicable policies in Mississauga Plan and the requirements of the Zoning By-law.
  New Dwellings, Replacement Housing and Additions
 
Development Charges Information
Visit our new Development Charges page where you can find information on current rates, Development Charges By-law, current studies and proposals.
  Development Charges - Planning and Building
 
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