Subdivision By-law No. 1313
By-law No. 1313 applies to every proposed cadastral operation, regardless of whether it includes streets or pertains to one or several lots.
It ensures consistency with the layout of thoroughfares established in the urban plan for Town of Mount Royal and thus addresses issues relating to rights-of-way and regulates all cadastral operations on the territory of Mount Royal, including the definition of front, rear and side property lines.
By-law No. 1313 also deals with the issues of servitudes and acquired rights. Lastly, the by-law includes provisions relating to the cession of land for parks and playing fields.
View By-law No. 1313 [PDF 1.02MB]
Finding your way through Urban Planning By-Laws
Although they are all part of the Town’s urban planning framework, it is important not to confuse the zoning, subdivision, building and related by-laws. To help you understand the differences, we offer the following summary:
- 1310 (Zoning)
Permitted uses, setbacks, fence heights, content and location of commercial signs, private parking spaces, etc. Think of zoning in terms of regulating how space is used.
- 1311 (Building)
Materials, construction methods, construction safety, etc.
- 1312 (Minor Variances)
Procedure to follow to obtain a minor variance from the subdivision and zoning by-laws.
- 1313 (Subdivision)
Cadastre, property lines, servitudes, etc.
- 1314 (CCU)
Makeup and operation of the Planning Advisory Committee.
- 1316 (Permits and Certificates)
Procedure for obtaining a permit (subdivision, construction, demolition) or a certificate of authorization (transport and installation of a building, change of use, temporary use, landscaping, posting of signs, occupation), including the applicable fees.
- 1317 (PIIA)
Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program.
- 1318 (PAE)
Comprehensive Development Planning (large-scale projects).