Site Plan Control By-law
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Do I need site plan approval for a minor addition such as a sun room?
Answer
Some projects that are minor in nature and do not constitute development, are not subject to site plan approval. Staff in the Zoning Division will determine whether or not a particular project is subject to site plan, sometimes in consultation with Development and Design Division Counter staff.
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