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When Is a Building Permit Required?

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Section 3.1 of the Permit By-Law 2009-011


Over the whole territory of the Town of Montreal West, no one may proceed with one of the following interventions without obtaining a building permit in compliance with the provisions of the present by-law:

1.The construction of a new main building or the modification of a main building; (R. 2017-003, a. 6)

2. Renovation, extension, reconstruction of a main building ;

3. A new accessory building or construction, except for the café terrace ; (R. 2017-003, a. 9)

4. Renovation, extension, reconstruction or modification of an accessory building or construction ; (R. 2017-003, a. 7)

5. The installation of a pool or spa ;

6. The displacement of a building ;

7. The demolition of a main or an accessory building ; (R. 2017-003, a. 8)

8. The construction and installation of a fence and the planting of a hedge ;

9. The construction, installation, extension or reconstruction of a retaining wall;

10. The layout or extension of a parking area;

11. The felling of trees, except in the case of tree felling required for construction work, if a building permit is required;

12. The construction, installation, extension, reconstruction or displacement of a sign, including its support, unless it is stated otherwise in the Zoning By-Law ;

13. Another temporary use or temporary building;

14. Excavation works. (R. 2017-003, a. 10)


 
3.1.1 : Work not requiring a building permit

No building permit is required for regular maintenance or minor repairs such as interior painting, interior renovations of esthetic nature, as well as any maintenance as defined in article 1.3.3., provided however, that no modification is made to the exterior forms, plan, structure or any other basic building element.(R. 2017-003, a. 11)

An exemption from the obligation to obtain a building permit does not void the obligation to comply to the present bylaw and with any other applicable by-law.

Please note that, many interventions require Council's approval, as defined by article 1.5 of the Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (SPAIP) #2012-005:

1.5 Projects subject to SPAIP

For any property subject to this by-law, the delivery of a permit for one of the projects listed below is subject to prior approval by Council of a Site Planning and Architectural Integration Programme plan according to the procedure established in Chapter 3 of this by-law.

The construction, demolition, partial demolition, addition, removal, modification or alteration of any:

1) Main or accessory building;

2) Wall cladding, roof cladding (excluding replacement without modification of flat roofs), windows, doors;

3) Storefront of a commercial building, facades of industrial and institutional buildings, including signs and fixed awnings;

4) Other building element or architectural component visible from the exterior, including all changes in material, proportion, pitch, volume and/or colour;

5) Retaining wall parallel to a street or a sidewalk and located within a distance of 2m from the edge of the street or sidewalk, accessory constructions requiring the felling of a tree, parking areas and landscaping of development projects.

The following types of projects are excluded from the Site Planning and Architectural Integration Programme review:

1) The installation or replacement of gutters and/or spot lights in the soffits.

2) The replacement of roofing material if same type of material is being used (i.e. asphalt shingles for asphalt shingles, slate for slate).

3) The repointing of masonry if there is no change to the original predominant colors and predominant original appearance at the time of the permit application and that the repointing involves a uniformity of the exterior masonry walls.(B. 2016-007, a. 2; B. 2016-020, a. 1)

4) In absence of a project referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 or 3, the replacement of any component of a construction located in a residential zone without modifying the said component in regards to its shape, model, color, material, dimension or any other architectural detail or feature. (B. 2017-001, a. 1)



2018 Planning Advisory Committee

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completed applications

January 17 January 3
February 7 January 24
February 21 February 7
March 7 February 21
March 21 March 7
April 4 March 21
April 18 April 4
May 2 April 18
May 23 May 9
June 6 May 23
June 20 June 6
July 4
June 20
August 1 July 18
August 22 August 8
September 5 August 22
September 19 September 5
October 10 September 26
October 24 October 10
November 7 October 24
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