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Exceptions 2901 - 2920

I Exception Number II Applicable Zone III Exception Provisions - Additional land uses permitted IV Exception Provisions - Land uses prohibited V Exception Provisions - Provisions
2901 (By-law 2023-384) TM[2901]    
  •  At least 45% of the façade must be setback a minimum of 2.4m from the west side lot line.
  • Balconies above the first floor are prohibited for any part of the building façade facing the west side lot line.
  • A residential use on the ground floor does not require an active entrance along the façade facing the main street.
  • Canopies are permitted to project up to 0.2m from any front lot line, or side lot line abutting a street.
  • If an opaque fence with a minimum height of 1.8m is provided, the minimum width of a landscaped area abutting a residential zone is 0.5m
  • For any part of a building above the fourth storey, a building must be setback a minimum of 2m more than the provided setback from the front lot line and corner side lot line. 
  • Minimum bicycle parking space rate: 1 per dwelling unit.
2902 (By-law 2023-399) R4UD[2902]    
  • For Low-Rise Apartment, maximum of 8 units, maximum building height = 12m.
  • A canopy may project to 0.1m from a side lot line.
  • A porch and stairs may project to 0.1m from a side lot line.
2903 (By-law 2023-402) MC[2903] S481  
  • Townhouse Dwellings
  • Stacked Dwellings
  • Lands zoned as MC[2903] S481 are to be treated as one lot for zoning purposes.
  • Minimum building setbacks, minimum stepbacks and maximum heights are as per Schedule 481.
  • Minimum total floor area required for non-residential uses on ground floor: 398m2
  • Minimum landscape buffer for surface parking from any public street: 10m.
2904 (By-law 2023-400) GM[2904] S482
  • apartment dwelling, high rise
 
  • Minimum parking requirement: 0.95 spaces per dwelling unit
  • Maximum driveway width: 7.2 m
  • Floor space index does not apply
  • Building heights and setbacks are as per Schedule 482.
  • Any part of a building or structure that is below grade must be set back a minimum of 5.5 m from the north lot line and 2.5 m from the east, south, and west lot lines.
  • Despite Schedule 482, a pool and an enclosed amenity area up to 225 m2 are permitted to project up to 3.5 m above the height limit within Area B on Schedule 482.
  • Despite Schedule 482, a fire escape is permitted to project into Area D.
2905 (By-law 2023-413) R5C[2905] S483-h
  • Residential Care Facility
  • all uses except existing uses until the holding provision is lifted
  • Maximum permitted building heights and minimum setbacks are as shown on Schedule 483.
  • Schedule 483 does not apply to permitted projections under Section 65. Projections are permitted in accordance with Section 65.
  • Section 93, One Lot for Zoning Purposes, applies.
  • Despite Section 109, parking may be established within a required or provided front yard.
  • Parking Area Z rates apply.
  • Despite Section 110, the minimum landscaped buffer of a parking lot is 1.2m.
  • Despite Section 55, minimum setback to an accessory structure: 1.2m.
  • Minimum Number of 3-bedroom dwelling units: 33.
  • The holding symbol may only be removed at such time as the following has been completed to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning, Real Estate and Economic Development:
 
  1. Exploration of options for enhanced active transportation connections to rapid transit, which may include lighting and winter maintenance of the National Capital Commission (NCC) pathway within the KichiZībī Mīkan between the Byron Linear Pathway and Lincoln Fields LRT Station.
  2. Site Plan Control Approval and/or Plan of Subdivision Approval addressing:
 
  1. Upgrades to the Lincoln Heights sanitary pumping station;
  2. Watermain looping;
  3. Public access through the site from Regina Street to the KichiZībī Mīkan; and
  4. Connection to the NCC pathway within the KichiZībī Mīkan.
 
  1. Partial removal of the holding symbol may be considered to provide for phased development. The submission and approval of an application to lift the holding provisions on a phased basis may be considered provided the requirements for that development phase satisfy the requirements for the lifting of the holding zone specified above.
2906 (By-law 2023-417) R5B[2906] H(30)  
  • Apartment dwelling, high-rise
  • The following provisions apply to apartment dwelling, mid-rise.
 
  1. Minimum lot width: 20.1m.
  2. Minimum front yard setback: 2m.
  3. Minimum interior side yard setback: 1.5m.
  4. Amenity area may be located within the required front yard.
  5. Section 60 does not apply
2907 (By-law 2023-413) GM[2907] S484-h
  • park
  • hotel
  • apartment dwelling, high rise
  • drive through facility
  • townhouse dwelling
  • Maximum building heights are as shown on Schedule 484
  • Maximum floor space index in Area A of Schedule 484: 2.6.
  • Maximum floor space index in Area B of Schedule 484: 3.1.
  • For the purpose of this exception, floor space index means the ratio of the gross floor area of a building to the total area on Schedule S484 on which the building is located.
  • Maximum height for a podium for a high-rise building: 20 m and 6 storeys.
  • Notwithstanding the above, a retail food store with a minimum gross floor area of 1,000 m2 is permitted in a single-storey standalone building or as a single-storey portion of a larger building.
  • Minimum building setback from March Road or Terry Fox Drive: 3m.
  • Minimum building setback from a private way, or a public street other than March Road or Terry Fox Drive: 0.5m.
  • Minimum rear yard setback: 0.5m.
  • Minimum interior side yard setback: 0m.
  • Towers are required to have a minimum step back from the front wall of the podium:
  1. for a building fronting on a private street or Privately-Owned Public Space: 1.5m;
  2. for a building fronting on an Active Frontage Street or a public park: 3m; and
  3. In all other cases: 1.5m.
  • Table 187(h) does not apply.
  • Notwithstanding Section 65, balconies are not permitted to project beyond the front wall of the podium.
  • Maximum front yard setback for a retail food store with a minimum gross floor area of 1,000 m2: 25m.
  • Active Frontage Streets are:
  1. Terry Fox Drive;
  2. March Road;
  3. New and existing public streets; and
  4. Private roads in locations immediately abutting or opposite a public park.
  • Where buildings are located abutting Active Frontage Streets:
  1. At least 50% of the lot width measured at the minimum building setback along the Active Frontage Street must be occupied by one or more building walls;
  2. A minimum of 35% of the surface area of the ground floor façade of buildings facing an Active Frontage Street must be comprised of transparent glazing;
  3. The ground floor façade of buildings facing an Active Frontage Street must include at least one pedestrian entrance to each individual occupancy;
 
  1. Notwithstanding the above, where an active entrance is angled on the corner of the building, such that it faces the intersection of the Active Frontage Street and a side street intersecting the Active Frontage Street, it is deemed to face both streets;  
 
  1. Minimum ground floor height in mixed-use or non-residential buildings: 4.5m;
  2. The minimum building height required for 80% of the building frontage is 14m and must contain at least 4 storeys;
  3. Except for a retail food store with a minimum gross floor area of 1,000 m2, no person may park a motor vehicle in a required and provided front or corner side yard abutting an Active Frontage Street;
  4. In the case of a retail food store, parking lots must be buffered from Active Frontage Streets with a minimum buffer strip of 3m of soft landscaping; and
  5. Loading spaces are prohibited abutting an Active Frontage Street unless screened from view.
 
  • Sections 101 and 102 do not apply.
  • Where parking is provided for residential uses, visitor parking shall be required at rate of 0.2 spaces per space provided, up to a maximum of 30 per building.
  • A maximum of 250 surface parking spaces are permitted within the lands subject to this exception. Surface parking spaces located within a private street or associated with a Retail Food Store shall not be counted towards the maximum.
  • Above grade parking garages are only permitted as follows:
 
  1. located in the same building as a permitted non-residential use; and
  2. Provided that 50% of the ground floor fronting on a street or a private way, excluding any related mechanical room or pedestrian or vehicular access, is occupied for a depth of 3m by other uses permitted to be located on the ground floor.
  • Outdoor storage is prohibited.
  • The holding symbol may only be removed following issuance of Commence Work Notice associated to a development application addressing:
  1. Acceptance of a Remedial Action Plan to achieve a Record of Site Condition (RSC), to the satisfaction of the General Manager of the Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development Department;
  2. Acceptance of a plan showing an east-west public roadway connection from Hines Road to March Road with a minimum 26 m right of way, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of the Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development Department;
  3. The size, location and servicing of parkland required by By-law 2022-280 to implement a Facility fit Plan, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of the Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services Department.
  4. Where one or more high-rise buildings with floorplates larger than 750m2 are proposed, the applicant will provide a demonstration plan with supporting studies for the entire area of the exception, illustrating that there are no undue adverse impacts of a larger tower floorplate on the public realm, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of the Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development Department.
  • Partial removal of the holding symbol may be considered to provide for phased development. The submission and approval of an application to lift the holding provisions on a phased basis may be considered provided the requirements for that development phase satisfy the requirements for the lifting of the holding zone specified above.
  • Despite the holding symbol, buildings existing as of the date of the passing of this by-law may continue to be used and/or converted into permitted uses and are not subject to the holding symbol.
2908 (By-law 2023-416) TM[2908] H(19)    
  • Minimum rear setback: 0m.
  • Despite any provision to the contrary, the minimum required setback from Somerset Street West: 0m.
  • The provisions of Section 137 do not apply.
  • The provisions of Section 60 do not apply to an addition that is 306m2 or less in footprint and 15m or less in height.
  • Despite any provision to the contrary, no motor vehicle parking is required.
2909 (By-law 2023-429) R5C[2909] S216    
  • Maximum building heights, minimum building setbacks and stepbacks are as per Schedule 216.
  • The following provisions apply to an Apartment Dwelling, High-Rise:
 
  1. Permitted projections listed in Section 64 and Section 65 are not subject to the height limits identified on Schedule 216.
  2. Minimum bicycle parking: 1 space per unit.
  3. Table 55(8) does not apply to Area A and Area B of Schedule 216.
2910 (By-law 2023-430) TM12[2910] S485    
  • Maximum building heights, minimum setbacks, minimum stepbacks and restricted buildable area as per Schedule 485.
  • Section 197(12)(b) does not apply
  • Schedule 485 does not apply to the portion of the underground parking garage in the rear yard that is permitted to project up to a maximum of 1.5m above grade.
  • Non-residential uses must occupy a minimum of 50% of the total floor area on the ground floor.
  • Office uses are not permitted on the ground floor
  • Balconies above the first floor along the front façade may not project beyond the setbacks in Schedule 485.
  • Minimum bicycle parking rate: 1 space per dwelling unit.
2911 (By-law 2023-465) LC5[2911]
  • light industrial use
  • warehouse
  • animal care establishment
  • animal hospital
  • amusement center
  • drive-through facility
  • instructional facility
  • restaurant, full-service
  • restaurant, take-out
  • storefront industry
- residential use buildings
  • Permitted uses other than light industrial use, storefront industry and a warehouse must occupy:
 
  1. a minimum cumulative total of 30% of the ground floor area of the building;  
  2. 80% of the wall area of the ground floor facing Innes Road; and  
  3. 30% of the wall area of the ground floor facing Lanthier Drive, excluding any enclosed loading space.
 
  • Maximum lot coverage is 50%.
2912 (By-law 2023-466) GM4[2912] S486
  • apartment dwelling, high-rise
  • convenience store
  • home-based business
  • instructional facility
  • medical facility
  • recreation and athletic facility
  • retail food store
  • retail store
  • restaurant
  • storefront industry
  • service and repair shop
 
  • Maximum permitted building height is as per Schedule 486.  
  • Minimum front yard setback is 2.7m.  
  • Minimum width of landscape area abutting a residential zone is 0.75m, where a 1.4m high opaque screen is provided.  
  • Landscape area abutting a street is not required.  
  • Maximum floor space index (FSI) is not applicable.  
  • No parking is required for any non-residential use.  
  • Visitor parking space(s) may be reduced to a minimum of 4.9m in length and 2.4m in width.  
  • A mechanical penthouse can project above the permitted building height.  
  • Balcony projections are permitted outside the permitted building envelope as identified in Schedule 486, but in compliance with Section 65.  
  • A covered ramp access to an underground parking garage may be located in Area F on Schedule 486, in the rear yard but with the setback no less than 0.75m from the property line and with a maximum height of 3m.
2913 (Réglement 2023-467) R4UD[2913]    
  • A low rise apartment must have a minimum of 11 dwelling units.
  • Minimum front yard setback: 4m.
  • Minimum vehicle parking space rate for the first 18 dwelling units is 0 spaces
  • Minimum required number of parking spaces for a low-rise apartment is 1 per dwelling unit above 18 units.
  • Heavy equipment and vehicle sales, rental and servicing use is permitted subject to being accessory to a principal use permitted in the zone, up to a maximum gross floor area of 1,000m2.
2914 (By-law 2023-469)  
  • heavy equipment and vehicle sales, rental and servicing
  Heavy equipment and vehicle sales, rental and servicing use is permitted subject to being accessory to a principal use permitted in the zone, up to a maximum gross floor area of 1,000m2.
2915 (Subject to By-law 2023-510) Appeal(s) Received L2C[2915]-h S258-A, S258B, S487    
  • The holding symbol applies to the development of an Event Centre (sports arena).
  • Removal of the holding symbol may occur following:
  1. Approval of a Site Plan Control application.
  2. A Heritage Impact Assessment is approved, to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development or their designate, together with an Alteration Permit having been obtained from the Ontario Heritage Trust.
2916 (By-law 2023-498) R5B[2916]-c S488-h    
  • Maximum building heights, minimum setbacks and minimum stepbacks are as per Schedule 488.
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 64 and Section 65 of the Zoning By-law are not subject to the height limits identified on Schedule 488.
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 65 are permitted within Area E on Schedule 488.
  • Despite Section 65, a single balcony projection per floor is permitted to project up to the lot line abutting Raymond Street.
  • Despite 163(9), 24% of the lot area must be provided as landscaped area.
  • Minimum residential parking rate for the first 12 dwelling units: 0 spaces per dwelling unit.
  • Minimum residential parking rate after the first 12 dwelling units: 0.2 spaces per dwelling unit.
  • Minimum visitor parking space rate for the first 12 dwelling units: 0 spaces per dwelling unit.
  • Minimum visitor parking space rate after the first 12 dwelling units: 0.04 spaces per dwelling unit.
  • Minimum bicycle parking rate: 1 space per dwelling unit.
  • Sections 111(8) and 111(9) do not apply,
  • The holding symbol can be removed only at such a time as the following condition is met:
 
  1. Prior to Site Plan Approval, a Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) and Conservation Plan supporting the partial integration of the existing heritage church, mainly the north and west facades, shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Program Manager, Heritage Planning.
2917 (By-law 2023-500) R5B[2917] H(19)    
  • Minimum front yard setback: 1.65m.
  • Minimum interior side yard setback: 1.2m.
  • Minimum rear yard setback: 5.7m.
  • Despite the maximum building height of 19m, any portion of a building within 9m of the front lot line is limited to a maximum building height of 13m.
  • Notwithstanding Table 65(l)(5), fire escapes, open stairways, stoops, landings, steps, and ramps are permitted to project into the front yard to within 0m of the front lot line.
  • Notwithstanding Table 65(l)(6), covered or uncovered balconies, porches, decks, platforms, and verandahs, with a maximum of two enclosed sides, excluding those covered by canopies and awnings, are permitted to project into the front yard to within 0.5m of the front lot line.
  • For the first 31 dwelling units of an apartment dwelling, minimum number of vehicular parking spaces: 7.
  • For the first 31 dwelling units of an apartment dwelling, minimum number of visitor vehicular parking spaces: 1.
  • For dwelling units of an apartment dwelling after the first 31 dwelling units of the apartment dwelling, vehicular parking spaces are to be provided in accordance with the rates and requirements established by the Zoning By-law (By-law No. 2008-250).
  • Minimum number of bicycle parking spaces: 1 space per dwelling unit.
  • Notwithstanding Table 111B, the minimum bicycle parking space dimensions for a vertically oriented space: 0.4m in width and 1.2m in length.
  • Subsection 111(11) does not apply.
  • Section 60 does not apply.
  • The lands subject to this exception are considered one lot for zoning purposes.
2918 (By-law 2023-501) R4UD[2918] R4UD[2918]-c    
  • All lands zoned R4UD[2918] or R4UD[2918]-c to be considered one lot for zoning purposes.
  • Despite Section 132(4), a rooming house may occupy a building containing dwelling units.
  • Required number of resident parking spaces: 0.
  • Required number of visitor parking spaces: 2.
  • Despite Section 131, Table 131(1), the minimum required width of a private way: 3m
  • Despite Section 131, Table 131(2), no setback required for any wall of any building as it existed on the date Council approved this provision.
  • Section 131, Table 131(4) does not apply to any building as it existed on the date Council approved this provision.
  • Section 144(1) does not apply to any building as it existed on the date Council approved this by-law.
  • Despite Section 144(6), the required interior yard area must be a minimum of 175m2 and must consist of soft landscaping.
  • The required interior side yard setback:
 
  1. For any building as it existed on the date Council approved this provision: 0.5m;
  2. For all other buildings: 1.5m.
 
  • All lands within the front yard and corner side yard not used by permitted projections, driveways, and walkways must consist of soft landscaping.
  • Section 161(15)(g) does not apply to any building as it existed on the date Council approved this provision.
  • Section 161(15)(h) does not apply to any building as it existed on the date Council approved this provision.
2919 (By-law 2023-502) MD2[2919] S489    
  • Maximum building heights and minimum stepbacks are per Schedule 489.
  • Mechanical and service equipment penthouse, elevator or stairwell penthouse, landscaped areas, roof-top gardens and terraces, associated safety guards and access structures are permitted to project above the height limit in Schedule 489.
  • For the purposes of Section 194(2)(a), a hotel lobby may be included in the calculation of ground floor frontage.
  • Minimum width of a loading space: 3.3m.
  • Section 193(6) does not apply.
  • Provision (j) of Table 193 does not apply.
  • Provided parking spaces, loading spaces, bicycle parking spaces and access on abutting properties may be counted towards the requirements on this lot.
  • Section 60 does not apply.
2920 (By-law 2023-503) R3Z[2920]    
  • Minimum lot area for back-to-back townhouse dwellings: 85m2.

Exceptions 2921 - 2940

I Exception Number II Applicable Zone III Exception Provisions - Additional land uses permitted IV Exception Provisions - Land uses prohibited V Exception Provisions - Provisions
2921 (By-law 2023-505) R4Y[2921]    
  •  Minimum rear yard setback: 4.8m
2922 (By-law 2024-53) GM[2922] S490-h  
  • All uses except existing uses until the holding symbol is removed.
  • Properties subject to Urban Exception 2922 are considered one lot for zoning purposes.
  • Despite Section 187(1), only the following non-residential uses are permitted:
  • artist studio
  • community centre
  • community health and resource centre
  • day care
  • instructional facility
  • library
  • medical facility
  • office
  • personal service business
  • restaurant
  • retail food store
  • retail store  
  • Minimum aisle width in parking garage: 6m.  
  • Required residential bicycle parking: Minimum of 1 space per dwelling unit.
  • Despite Section 111, a bicycle parking space must have access from an aisle having a minimum width of 1.2m.
 
  • Section 187(3)(g) does not apply.
  • Section 187(3)(h) does not apply, but all areas not used for vehicular access or bicycle parking must be landscaped with either hard or soft landscaping.  
  • Surface parking is prohibited.  
  • Heritage Overlay provisions do not apply.  
  • Maximum permitted buildings heights and minimum setbacks are as per Schedule 490.  
  • Maximum building heights shown in Schedule 490 do not apply to permitted projections under Section 65 and projections are permitted in accordance with Section 65.  
  • Despite Section 65, projections into a setback required by Schedule 490 are not permitted above the fifth storey.  
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 64 are not subject to the height limit set out in Schedule 490 but shall not exceed a maximum projection above the height limit of 7.5m.  
  • Area A on Schedule 490 permits a projection above the height limit that may include indoor amenity space with associated washroom facilities with a maximum cumulative floor area of 100m2 and a maximum projection above the height limit of 7.5m.  
  • Area C on Schedule 490 permits a projection above the height limit for an exit stair with a maximum projection above the height limit of 3m.
 
  • For Area E on Schedule 490, the existing buildings municipally addressed as 436 and 444 MacLaren Street are permitted in this location and limited to existing heights and setbacks as established as of January 24, 2024, or as approved through a Heritage Permit.
 
  • Within Area E on Schedule 490, no new buildings are permitted except for an accessory building or structure in accordance with Section 55.
 
  • The Holding Symbol does not apply to a change of use from an existing use to one permitted through Exception 2922 or Section 187(2) within any building legally existing on the site as of January 24, 2024.  
  • The Holding Symbol shall not be lifted until a Site Plan Control application is approved for 359 Kent Street, 436 MacLaren Stret, and 444 MacLaren Street, including the execution of a Site Plan Agreement pursuant to Section 41 of the Planning Act, to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning, Real Estate and Economic Development, and will satisfy the following:
 
  • Provision of a privately-owned public space with a minimum area of 525m2 with soft and hard landscaping that links development of a building with a height of 10 or more storeys to the Kent Street and MacLaren Street rights-of-way and is generally in accordance with Civic Use and POPS Offering, Drawing No. A200, prepared by Hobin Architecture, Revision 3 dated July 28, 2023, as attached to Report AC2023-PRE-PS-0123 as Document 7 – Civic Use and POPS Offering Plan.
  • The tower floorplate will be reviewed at the time of Site Plan Control and will generally be in accordance with the policies of the Official Plan and consider direction provided by the Special Design Review Panel, but in no case shall be greater than 850m2.
  • The development of a building with a height of 10 or more storeys shall include space within the new building with a minimum gross floor area of 185m2, on the ground floor and along the Kent Street frontage for a non-residential use. Permitted non-residential uses within this space will be limited to community centre, community health and resource centre, day care, library, or museum.
  • Approval of a Heritage Permit application under the Ontario Heritage Act to permit construction within the Heritage Conservation District, including alteration, reconstruction, and demolition, as applicable.
  • The Owner shall demonstrate that the development meets the requirements of the 2023 Tier 1 High Performance Development Standard (HPDS), and that the development is compliant with the Tier 1 energy performance requirements.
  • The Site Plan Control application and applicable submission materials shall be reviewed by the Special Design Review Panel, which review shall focus on the refinement of the tower design and materiality in response to the recommendations of the Special Design Review Panel from April 14, 2023, as well as detailed design of the required privately-owned public space, institutional and civic uses, and sustainable design measures in accordance with the Landmark  Building policies of the Central Area and East Downtown Core Secondary Plan.
  • Inclusion of site-specific conditions within the Site Plan Agreement to address the following:
 
  • Prior to Final Occupancy for a building with a height of 10 more storeys, execution of a Lease Agreement for 436 MacLaren Street and/or 444 MacLaren Street for a community centre or office use, limited to a community-based organization, which tenancy shall begin within one year of execution of the Lease Agreement.
  • Registration of an unencumbered easement for public access to the required privately-owned public space.
  • Registration of an unencumbered easement with a minimum width of 2.5 metres for public access from MacLaren Street to the required privately-owned public space.
  • Completion and submission of a Materials Emissions Assessment for the building structure and envelope in accordance with the CaGBC Zero Carbon Building Standard Version 2 methodology for the upfront carbon lifecycle stage.
  • Completion and submission of a Construction Demolition and Waste Management Plan.
  • Submission of a Final Report summarizing the results of the Construction Waste Management Plan within six months of Final Occupancy.
  • Enrollment in the Better Buildings Ottawa program within three months of Final Occupancy.
  • Participation in the Better Buildings Ottawa program for a minimum of 24 months.
2923 (By-law 2023-507) R4UD[2923]-c    
  • Minimum front yard setback: 0m
  • Minimum corner side yard setback: 0m
  • Minimum of 21% of the lot area must be provided as landscaped area.
  • Minimum number of parking spaces: 0
  • Minimum number of visitor parking spaces: 0
  • A rooming house may occupy a building containing dwelling units.
  • The lands zoned R4UD[2923]-c are to be considered one lot for zoning purposes.
  • Section 144(6) does not apply.
2924 (By-law 2023-508) R4Z[2924]    
  • For any part of a building located within 21 metres of a front lot line, the minimum required interior side yard setback is as follows:
 
  1. Where the building wall is equal to or less than 11m in height: 1.5m
  2. Where the building wall is greater than 11m in height: 3m
 
  • In all other circumstances the minimum required interior side yard setback: 4m
2925 Reserved for Future use      
2926 (By-law 2023-538) IP[2926] H(33)
  • Automobile body shop.
  • Warehouse.
  • All uses in Subsection 205(1) except: 
  1. automobile dealership;
  2. automobile rental establishment;
  3. day care;
  4. hotel;
  5. light industrial uses;
  6. office;
  7. place of assembly;
  8. research and development centre;
  9. technology industry; or
  10. warehouse.
 
  • ​All uses in Subsection 205(2) except: 
  1. bank; 
  2. bank machine;
  3. instructional facility;
  4. personal service business;
  5. recreational and athletic facility;
  6. restaurant, full service;
  7. restaurant, take out; or
  8. place of worship.
  • Minimum lot area: 10,000m2.  
  • Minimum lot width: 94m.    
  • All operations of an automobile body shop must be within an enclosed building.  
  • No vehicle storage is permitted within the front yard.    
  • A place of worship is subject to Clause 205(2)(g), as applicable.   
  • Minimum number of vehicle parking spaces: 130. 
2927 (By-law 2023-535) LC[2927]    
  • Minimum interior side yard setback abutting a residential zone to the east: 4.5m.  
  • Minimum width of an aisle providing access to parking spaces in a parking lot: 6m.  
  • Minimum width of a landscaped buffer of a parking lot not abutting a street: 1m.  
  • Minimum width of an aisle accessing a loading space: 6m.  
  • All lands zoned LC[2927] are to be considered one lot for zoning purposes.
2928 (By-law 2023-537) GM[2928] S491
  • apartment dwelling, high-rise
 
  • Minimum required yard setbacks and maximum building heights as per Schedule 491.
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 64 are not subject to the height limits in Schedule 491.
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 65 are permitted within Area C and Area D despite the yard setbacks specified in Schedule 491.
  • A maximum of one tower is permitted within Area A of Schedule 491.
  • A minimum of 50% of the building frontage along Fisher Avenue shall consist of commercial uses or office uses.
  • Despite Section 64, indoor rooftop amenity areas are considered to be permitted projections above the height limit and may project up to 4.5m above the height limit, with a maximum gross floor area of 200m2 within Area A on Schedule 491.
  • Despite Subsections 65(5) and (6), stoops, landings, steps, ramps, and porches may project into a required yard up to 0.3m along the property line abutting Hilliard Avenue.
  • Despite Table 107(d), the minimum required aisle width for a 90-degree angle parking space is 6m.
  • Despite Section 111, the bicycle parking space rate for an apartment dwelling, high-rise: 1 space per dwelling unit.
  • Table 111B does not apply.
  • Subsections 111(8A), (8B), (10), and (11) do not apply.
  • Stacked bicycle parking is permitted.
  • Section 187(3)(g) does not apply.
  • Section 187(3)(h) does not apply.
2929 (By-law 2023-537) O1[2929]    
  • Detached dwellings that existed on the date Council approved this provision are permitted as they were on the date Council approved this provision.
2930 (By-law 2024-47) R4Z[2930]    
  • Minimum front yard setback: 2.35m.
  • Minimum rear yard setback: 2.35m.
  • Minimum parking space rate for a low-rise apartment dwelling is 1.1 spaces per dwelling unit.
  • Despite Table 65(6), a covered or uncovered balcony shall not be permitted to project into a required yard.
2931 Reserved for future use      
2932 (2024-49) GM[2932] S492    
  • The maximum floor space index in Table 187 (g) is not applicable.
 
  • For an apartment dwelling, high-rise:
 
  1. Heights and setbacks are as shown on Schedule 492.
  2. Residential parking rate: 0.7 spaces per dwelling unit.
  3. Visitor parking rate: 0.1 spaces per dwelling unit.
2933 (By-law 2024-51) R4UD[2933]    
  • Minimum interior side yard setback:
 
  1. within 16m of the rear property line, along the northern interior side property line: 3.8m.
  2. within 16m of the rear property line, along the southern interior side property line: 1.2m.
 
  • Minimum rear setback: 4m, which must comprise of at least 11% of the area of the lot.
  • No residential parking required.
  • No visitor parking required.
  • Minimum bicycle parking space dimensions for vertical bicycle parking:
 
  1.  minimum space width: 0.4m.
  2. minimum space length: 1.2m.
 
  • Minimum bicycle parking space width for horizontal bicycle parking: 0.2m.
  • Minimum required setback from a rear lot line not abutting a street for an accessory structure: 0m.
  • Despite Section 139(4)(c)(i), the width of a walkway may not exceed 2.5m for a low-rise apartment dwelling.
2934 (By-law 2024-87) GM2[2934] S493-h  
  • All uses until such time as the holding symbol is removed.
  • Maximum permitted building heights and setbacks are as per Schedule 493.
  • Maximum building heights of Schedule 493 do not apply to permitted projections under Section 65.
  • The holding symbol may only be removed once a Site Plan Control application addressing the following is approved:
 
  1. stormwater quality control has been addressed to an Enhanced Level Protection, or another Level of Protection deemed acceptable by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks, all to the satisfaction of the General Manager of Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development Department.
2935 (By-law 2024-90) GM[2935] S494
  • apartment dwelling, high-rise
 
  • Minimum required yard setbacks and maximum building heights as per Schedule 494.  
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 64 are not subject to the height limits identified in Schedule 494.  
  • Permitted projections listed in Section 65 are permitted within Area A and Area B despite the yard setbacks identified in Schedule 494.  
  • A minimum of 50% of the ground floor building frontage along Baseline Road shall consist of non-residential uses.  
  • A minimum of 10% of the total dwelling units in Areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ of Schedule 494 shall be provided with a minimum of two bedrooms and 850ft2.  
  • A tower located in Area B of Schedule 494 must be setback a minimum of 11.5m from the west property line and 25m from the south property line along Sunnycrest Drive.  
  • A tower located in Area A or Area B of Schedule 494 must be setback a minimum of 23m from other towers within the GM[2935] S494 or the GM[2928] S491 zone.  
  • Maximum podium height within the first 30m setback from Baseline Road or Fisher Avenue is 7 storeys and 28m; otherwise, a maximum podium height of four storeys and 16m applies to all lands located within Area A and Area B of Schedule 494.  
  • Despite Section 64, indoor rooftop amenity areas are considered to be permitted projections above the height limit and may project up to 4.5m above the height limit, with a maximum gross floor area of 200m2 within each of Area A and Area B of Schedule 494.  
  • Despite Subsections 65(5) and (6), stoops, landings, steps, ramps, and porches may project into a required yard no closer than 0.3m from a lot line abutting Hilliard Avenue and Sunnycrest Drive.  
  • Despite Table 107(d), the minimum required aisle width for a 90-degree angle parking space is 6m.  
  • Despite Section 111, the minimum bicycle parking space rate for an apartment dwelling, high-rise is 1 space per dwelling unit.  
  • Despite Section 111, the minimum bicycle parking space rate may be met by combining the total spaces associated with an apartment dwelling, high-rise located in the GM[2935] S494 and GM[2928] S491 zones.  
  • Table 111B does not apply.  
  • Subsections 111(8A), (8B), (10), and (11) do not apply.  
  • Stacked bicycle parking is permitted.  
  • Clause 187(3)(h) does not apply.  
  • Clause 187(3)(g) does not apply.  
  • Maximum total Gross Floor Area within Areas ‘A’ and ‘B’ of Schedule 494 is 65,000m2.
2936 (By-law 2024-95) R2J[2936]    
  • Minimum rear yard setback: 24% of the lot depth.  
  • Minimum rear yard area: 24% of the total lot area.
2937 (By-law 2024-110) R4N[2937]-c    
  • Apartment dwelling – low-rise, and a stacked dwelling is subject to the following provisions:
 
  1. Front yard setback: 5m.  
  2. Corner side yard setback: 3m.  
  3. Minimum interior side yard setback for a garbage storage area attached to the buildings: 1.78m.  
  4. In the required front yard, the maximum extent of projections and/or structures above ground and below ground is 2m.  Below grade terraces are not permitted to be closer than 3m to the front lot line.  
  5. No obstruction to the vision of motor vehicle operators higher than 0.75m above grade including, but not limited to, buildings, structures or vegetation is permitted within the triangle formed by that part of the lot lines measured along each street from the intersection of those lines at the street corner, or the projection of those lines, for the distance of 8m, and a line drawn between those two lines to form the base of the triangle.  
  6. At least 40% of the front yard must be provided as aggregated soft landscaping. A walkway may traverse this area and be included in the area calculation.  
  7. The front façade must comprise at least 25% windows, and furthermore:
 
  1. any corner side façade must comprise at least 15% windows; and  
  2. windows located in doors may count towards the minimum fenestration requirement.
 
  1. At least 20% of the area of the front façade must be recessed an additional 0.6m from the front setback line.  
  2. Despite (viii), above, no additional recession of the front façade is required when balconies or porches are provided on the front façade as follows:
 
  1. one balcony or porch for every unit that faces a public street at or above the first storey.
 
  1. For a stacked dwelling, the landings that provide access to the principal entrances must face a public street. For an apartment building, an entrance to a common interior corridor or stairwell must be located on a façade that faces the public street and provide direct access to the street.  
  2. In the case of a building containing residential uses, no off-street motor vehicle parking is required to be provided for the first 12 dwelling units, and the parking requirements under Table 101 apply only to the dwelling units and rooming units in excess of 12. The minimum parking required for the residential use is calculated using the rates for Area X.  
  3. In the case of a building containing residential uses, no off-street motor vehicle visitor parking is required to be provided for the first 12 dwelling units, and the visitor parking requirements under Table 102 apply only to the dwelling units and rooming units in excess of 12. The minimum visitor parking required for the residential use is calculated using the rates for Area X.
2938 (By-law 2024-108) R4Z[2938]-h     The holding symbol shall not be removed until:
  • it is demonstrated to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Planning, Real Estate and Economic Development that a municipal watermain is available to service the development. 
  • The ownership of Esselmont Street is transferred to the City.
2939 (By-law 2024-109) TM3[2939] Apartment dwelling, Low-rise  
  • Clause 198(3)(a) does not apply to an Apartment Dwelling, Low-rise containing up to 18 dwelling units.
  • Despite Table 197(f), the minimum rear yard setback for an Apartment Dwelling, Low-rise is 6.7 metres.
  • No vehicular parking under Section 101 and 102 is required for an Apartment Dwelling, Low-rise containing up to 18 dwelling units.

Exceptions 2941 - 2960

I Exception Number II Applicable Zone III Exception Provisions - Additional land uses permitted IV Exception Provisions - Land uses prohibited V Exception Provisions - Provisions