Nobleton Zoning By-law Review

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nobletonzoning-by-lawKing Township wants your feedback. On December 16th you have an excellent opportunity to voice your opinion and help shape future development in our town. Mainly, we need to be clear on what we want to permit and what we don’t want to permit.

The Zoning By-law for Nobleton is under review primarily to ensure that the Zoning By-law conforms with local, Regional and Provincial policy. Additionally, a review of the Zoning By-law has been recommended through other studies, such as the Community Improvement Plan, the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan and the Economic Development Strategy. King Township is seeking the community’s input on the types of issues that need to be addressed through this project.

I urge you all to attend this open house. Stay informed and share your point view. The more residents that come out and contribute to this meeting the more our village will be reflective of our wants and needs as a community.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014
6 to 8:30pm
Presentation at 6:30pm
Nobleton Arena and Community Centre (2nd Floor)
15 Old King Road
For questions please email nobletonzblreview@king.ca  

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The Draft Nobleton Zoning By-law will be prepared in the first half of 2015. Additional open houses will be held as the project progress.

A Note on Zoning By-laws

Zoning By-laws are a set of regulations governing land uses that implement the policies in the Official Plan. A Zoning By-law contains specific requirements providing a way of managing land use and future development that is legally enforceable. It also protects property owners from conflicting land uses. Zoning By-laws regulate the manner in which permitted uses may be developed providing for such things as minimum lot frontages and areas, minimum yards, height of buildings, where buildings and other structures may be located, the types of buildings that are permitted and how they may be used, parking requirements, landscape and buffer requirements, as well as setbacks from property lines. Zoning By-laws are regulated by Section 34 of the Ontario Planning Act.

 

 

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