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What can you do if your building application is turned down?

If building code issues cannot be resolved, you may write to the two following agencies detailing the reasons for your appeal:

The Building Code Commission - hears appeals dealing with problems related to technical requirements of the Ontario Building Code.

The Building Materials Evaluation Commission -hears appeals for problems related to construction techniques or materials.

Both Commissions can be reached care of the Housing Development and Building Branch of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 777 Bay Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5 or by telephone at 1-416-858-6666

If Planning Act issues cannot be resolved, you may need to apply for the following planning approvals through the Township’s Planning Department:

  • Development Permit
  • Rezoning
  • Variance
  • Lot Severance

More common questions related to the topic: Building

What is a Building Permit?

Why do I need a Building Permit?

When do I need a Building Permit?

When do I need a Septic Permit?

When is a Demolition Permit required?

When is a Permit not required?

What other things to I need ?

What if I don't have a building permit before I start?

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