Building and demolition is regulated by the Ontario Building Code and enforced by the Municipality. All building and demolition must meet the requirements set out in the Code, along with any other applicable legislation.
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Under the Ontario Building Code, a building permit is required for the construction or alteration of any structure over 10 meters square (108 sq. ft.) in area. It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that a building permit is obtained prior to any of the construction taking place.
What is a building permit?
Why are building permits needed?
What types of projects require a building permit in South Dundas?
Where can I find more information?
Building Permit Application
Pool Permit Application
Building Permit Fees
The province of Ontario has designed a set of construction standards intended to offer a level of life safety and health in the buildings where they live, work and play. Obtaining a building permit ensures that your home and other buildings meet these standards in the Ontario Building Code.
Building permits are necessary to ensure that applicable provincial laws, zoning requirements and fire and structural safety standards are met.
The types of projects that require a building permit include but are not limited to:
Please contact the Building Department at 613-543-2673 regarding your projects and the required permits.