BUILDING AND ZONING

Chief Building Official:  613-623-5756 ext. 225 - cvereyken@mcnabbraeside.com
Septic System Inspector:  613-623-5756 ext. 225 - cvereyken@mcnabbraeside.com

Building Permit

A building permit is required if you wish to repair, alter, add to, construct, move, demolish or change the use of any building in the Township. If you are not sure if a building permit is required, check with the Building Department prior to starting. It is the responsibility of the owner and the builder to obtain all the required forms and permits. Please consult the office well in advance for advice on your building permit. Submission of all required documents with the application will speed up the issuing of the Building Permit.

Note: If you move or demolish a building, please contact the Tax Department to apply for an application for an adjustment of property taxes.

Applications available at Township Office:

Information

Drawing Requirements
Owner's and Builder's Responsibility During Construction

Quick Link to Bylaws:

2014-20 - Building By-Law
2014-47 - Development Charges
2014-47 Schedule D - Development Charges
Zoning By-Law available at Township Office
Fee List: Building, Septic System, Entrance, etc.

CONTACTS

CAO/Clerk
613-623-5756 ext. 222
Fax: 613-623-9138

Bruce Howarth, County Planner
Planning Services Manager
613-735-3204 Fax: 613-735-2492
BHowarth@countyofrenfrew.on.ca

The Consent Process

A land severance is the authorized separation of a piece of land to form two new adjoining properties. This is commonly known as a consent. It is required if you want to sell, mortgage, charge or enter into any agreement for (at least 21 years) a portion of your land. If the two parts are split already, by a road or railway for example, consent is not needed.

The Minor Variance Process

The following provides the general process for Minor Variance applications, however, each application is different and therefore further information may be required prior to acceptance When applying for a Minor Variance please note that the application form outlines the information that is required under the Planning Act.