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Minor Variances

Sometimes a development may not meet the strict requirements of the Municipality's Comprehensive Zoning By-Law.  Accordingly, this requires a zoning by-law amendment to vary the zoning on that property.  However, a development may be deemed to be minor in nature.  In these instances, it can be quicker and less expensive to obtain a minor variance than a zoning by-law amendment. Consultation with Municipal staff is required to determine if the development being proposed is minor.

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Planning Contacts

  • Wood, Debbie

    Planning Clerk

    613-258-9569 ext 116

  • Nanton, David

    Planner II

    613-258-9569 ext 125

  • Martin, Amy

    Senior Planner

    613-258-9569 ext 118

  • Gerrard, Philip

    Director of Planning & Development

    613-258-9569 ext 129