Contact Heritage Planning to find out what the specific requirements are for your application, including which supporting documents and drawings you’ll need. Email email@example.com or call 905-615-3200 ext. 4061.
Start your planning application at the same time, if required.
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Your heritage application must include relevant supporting information, such as:
A site plan drawing and survey showing the location of the proposed work on the Designated Property
A statement of the proposed scope of work
Architectural, engineering and landscape design drawings of the proposed work showing materials, dimensions and extent of the work
Written specifications for the proposed work
Materials, samples and specifications of the proposed work
Photographs showing the existing building or landscape condition
Documentation pertaining to the proposal, including archival photographs, pictures or plans of similarly styled buildings in the community
A Heritage Impact Assessment prepared by qualified architect licensed to practice in the Province of Ontario or a Heritage Consultant
A heritage conservation plan prepared by a qualified architect and/or engineer licensed to practice in the Province of Ontario or heritage consultant specializing in the subject heritage resource
For applications to demolish a Listed Heritage Property, only a Heritage Impact Assessment is required to support your application.
If you are planning an alteration that has an impact on the built form or landscape, you need a Heritage Impact Assessment. The study should include:
Research related to the property’s cultural heritage value
The history and physical aspects of the property
How the property would be conserved or mitigated through the development process