Site Plan Control By-law
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
I need a variance for my proposal. Should I apply to the Committee of Adjustment first?
Answer
No. By first submitting an application for site plan approval, and waiting for the first set of comments from the Zoning Division on your application, you will ensure that all variances are identified prior to submitting an application to the Committee of Adjustment.
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