By-laws related to permits and housing

Documents

pdf BY-LAW 720 - (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) ZONING BY-LAW

This by-law regulates the following aspect: zoning in the City of Beaconsfield. Information can be found on tree felling, ash trees, classification of usages, prohibited usages, setbacks, building architecture, ancillary buildings, structures and equipment, garages, pools, satellite dish, antennas, heat pumps, fences, parking, loading areas, exterior landscaping, trees, vegetation, digging, excavation or backfilling work, retaining or acoustic wall, lighting, Beaurepaire village, signage, commercial centres, riverbanks, riverbeds, floodplains, acquired rights, amongst others.

To view the Zoning map, consult the "Urban Planning and Permits" section under the "At Your Service" tab.

 

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-004 – BY-LAW TO CONSTITUTE A PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE CITY OF BEACONSFIELD

This By-law regulates the following aspect: Planning Advisory Committee in Beaconsfield. Information can be found about members, meetings, mandates, compensation and responsibilities.
 
 
 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-043 – SUBDIVISION BY-LAW

This By-law regulates the following aspect: subdivision in the City of Beaconsfield. Information can be found on size of lots, cadastral operations, servitudes, walkways, blocks, street layouts, landsites and acquired rights.

 

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-044 – (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) BY-LAW CONCERNING MINOR EXEMPTIONS

This By-law regulates the following aspect: minor exemptions in the City of Beaconsfield. Information can be found about which requests qualify for a minor exemption and the Planning Advisory Committee process.

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-045 – (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) BY-LAW CONCERNING PERMITS AND CERTIFICATES

This By-law regulates the following aspects: building permit and certificate of authorization requests in the City of Beaconsfield. Information can be found about building permits include those which must be processed pursuant to By-law BEAC-098 respecting Site Planning and Architectural Integration Programmes. Information can also be found about park fees, certificate of authorization requests including those for demolition of a main building and for signage, pool and spa installation, deck around above-ground pool, gallery, decorative fencing, landscaping along the riverbank, felling of a tree, excavation work, landfilling work, foundations, wood burning systems, detached garages, car ports, sheds, gazebos and pergolas, tennis courts, retaining walls, septic tanks, commercial terraces, filming operations, garage sales, block parties, certificate of occupancy requests and subdivision permit requests.

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-046 – (CONSOLIDATED VERSION) CONSTRUCTION BY-LAW

This By-law regulates the following aspects: building and demolition standards in the City of Beaconsfield. Information can be found on building standards, including provisions pertaining to non-combustible construction, party wall, foundations, solid fuel appliances (fireplace, wood-burning stove), smoke detectors, back water valves, surface drainage, wastewater and prohibited structures. Information can also be found on construction site standards and on dangerous, damaged, vacant or uncompleted structures.

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-097 – BY-LAW CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF PRINCIPAL WATER AND SEWER MAINS FROM DRILLING AND POST-HOLE DIGGING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY

This By-law regulates the following aspect: drilling and post-hole digging on private property. Information can be found about authorizations for drilling or post-hole digging in the case where a sewer system or water system is present.

 

 

pdf BY-LAW BEAC-098 – SITE PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURAL INTEGRATION PROGRAMMES BY-LAW

This By-law regulates the following aspect: the site planning and architectural integration programme. Information can be found about application procedures, residential zones, character areas, public and institutional zones, commercial zones, commercial signs in the Beaurepaire village, cadastral operations, excavation and backfilling and community mailboxes. As for the character areas, detailed information can be found about setbacks, alignments, ancillary buildings, landscaping, building type, layout, height, roofing, balconies, projections, walls, ornamentation, openings, and objectives or the construction, extension or modification project.