The City of Brampton initiated a policy review to address building additions and replacement dwellings in the City's mature neighbourhoods.
In February 2013, City Council passed Interim Control By-law (ICBL) 35-2013, 052-2014 which meant building additions or replacement dwellings exceeding 15 per cent of the existing dwelling’s gross floor area required a Council-approved exemption to the by-law before a building permit could be issued. The ICBL applied to specific residential zones across the older areas of Brampton that permit single and semi-detached dwellings.
With the ICBL in force, the City retained Sorensen Gravely Lowes Planning Associates Inc. to undertake a study to recommend new policies, zoning regulations and a review process for building additions and replacement dwellings.
Statutory Public Meeting
A Statutory Public meeting was held on June 9, 2014. Click here to view the staff Information report and click here to view the Consultant report, dated May 20, 2014 from Sorenson Gravely Lowes Planning Associates.
A recommendation Report was received at Planning, Design and Development Committee on September 8, 2014. Click here to view the staff Recommendation Report which includes the Official Plan Amendment, Zoning By-law Amendment, Site Plan Control Area By-Law and Tariff of Fees Update By-law.
Official Plan Policies and Zoning By-law Regulations
On September 10, 2014, City Council adopted an Official Plan Amendment (OP2006-107) and a Zoning By-law Amendment (By-law 280-2014) respecting mature neighbourhoods. Additionally, on January 25, 2017 City Council adopted an Amendment to the Site Plan Control By-law (By-law 3-2017) regarding mature neighbourhoods. OP2006-107 is deemed to have come into effect on October 9, 2014, By-law 280-2014 is deemed to have come into force on September 10, 2014, and By-law 3-2017 is deemed to have come into force on January 25, 2017. Please click here to view OP2006-107, By-law 280-2014 and By-law 3-2017.
Click here for Zoning information.