Building Additions, New Homes and Replacement Dwellings and Detached Garages in the Mature Neighbourhood Areas

Brampton’s  older mature neighbourhoods have developed with unique characteristics and identities that continue to attract residents. As they evolve and change, it has become increasingly important to preserve and enhance these unique identities – in other words, to manage change. 

City Council has introduced additional standards to ensure that proposed single dwelling additions, replacements or new dwellings of 50 square metres or greater and detached garages (of any size) within the Mature Neighbourhood areas are compatible with the existing character of the surrounding area.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Mature Neighbourhood Contact Information

  
REQUIREMENTS
CONTACT
ZONING
Zoning Services will review your plans for compliance with the Zoning by-law and determine if the proposal (a) requires conservation approval, (b) is serviced by a septic system which may impact building location, and/or (c) is a heritage resource requiring heritage approval
ZONING SERVICES
8850 McLaughlin Road, Unit 1
905.874.2090
SITE PLAN APPROVAL
If your proposal is within the Mature Neighbourhood Areas (see map) and involves additions, new or replacement single detached dwellings, of 50 square metres or greater, or involves a detached garage (of any size), you will require Site Plan Review and Approval prior to applying for a Building Permit.  Refer to Appendix D in the Site Plan Guide for application information.
DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
2 Wellington St. W, 3rd Floor
905-874-2050
BUILDING DIVISION
A building permit is required for any residential addition or replacement dwelling. A building permit and required plans/drawings must be reviewed by the Building Division for compliance with the Ontario Building Code.  
BUILDING DIVISION
8850 McLaughlin Road, Unit 1
905.874.2401
HERITAGE RESOURCES
If your property is Listed or Designated under the Heritage Resources Act you must consult with the City of Brampton Heritage Co-ordinator to determine whether heritage approval is required
PLANNING HERITAGE CO-ORDINATORS
2 Wellington St. W, 3rd Floor
905.874.3825 or
905.874.3774
CONSERVATION AUTHORITY
If any part of the construction area is within an area regulated by a conservation authority, you must obtain approval from the applicable authority.

TORONTO AND REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (TRCA)
416.661.6600

 
CREDIT VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (CVCA)
905.670.1615