NOXIOUS OR OFFENSIVE USES
32. Notwithstanding anything in these Regulations, no person shall use land in any district if that use is, in the opinion of the director-general, noxious or offensive by reason of the production and emission of odour, dust, refuse matter, waste, vapour, smoke, gas, fumes, glare, vibration or noise.
- SOR/92-61, s. 8.
PROJECTIONS INTO YARDS
33. No person shall erect a structure on which
(a) the cornices, caves (including troughs), belt courses, sills or other similar architectural features other than bay windows or vertical projections, extend more than three feet into any front or side yard required by these Regulations or are closer than three feet to any side lot line;
(b) the chimneys extend more than three feet into any front or side yard required by these Regulations or are closer than three feet to any side lot line;
(c) any unenclosed stairways or balconies extend more than four feet into any rear yard required by these Regulations or more than 30 inches into any front yard required by these Regulations; or
(d) any unenclosed porches, platforms or landing places, not extending above the level of the first floor of the building, extend more than six feet into any yard required by these Regulations.
FENCES AND HEDGES
34. (1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall locate any fence or hedge of a height in excess of six feet above the grade of a lot and no fence or hedge shall be located in any front yard.
(2) A person may erect or maintain in any front yard an openwork ornamental fence or hedge, any landscape, architectural feature or guard railing for safety protection around depressed ramps, if the height of such fence, hedge, landscape feature or railing does not exceed 3 1/2 feet above the grade of the lot.
STORAGE AND DISPLAY IN YARDS
35. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall store or display any goods or materials in any yard.
(2) The lessee of a lot, other than a lot in a Mobile Home District, may
(a) store in the rear or side yards of that lot, garden equipment, garden furniture, trailers, boats, firewood and other goods or materials normally associated with the enjoyment of residential property; and
(b) with the approval of the Superintendent,
(i) store building materials during periods of construction, and
(ii) store or display any goods or materials in any front yard or side yard abutting a street in any non-residential, commercial, storage or service lot.
(3) The occupier of a lot in a Mobile Home District may
(a) store in the rear or side yards of that lot, garden equipment, garden furniture and other goods or materials normally associated with the enjoyment of a mobile home; and
(b) with the approval of the Superintendent, store building materials during periods of construction.
- SOR/92-61, s. 9(F);
- SOR/2004-314, s. 8(F).
ONE DWELLING PER LOT
36. (1) No person shall erect more than one dwelling or one boarding, rooming or lodging house or hostel on any residential lot in any One-Family Dwelling District, Two-Family Dwelling District or Multiple-Family Dwelling District where the erection of such a structure is permitted by these Regulations.
(2) For the purpose of the requirements of these Regulations with regard to side yards in any district, two-family or multiple-family dwellings with common party walls shall be considered to be one building occupying one lot.
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