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A demolition permit is a permit to remove a structure from a property.
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A demolition permit only applies when a structure is being completely removed. If any part of the structure will remain, an alternation permit with a negative area is required and typical requirements for an alternation permit would apply.
A demolition permit for a
Part 9 building requires the following items to be considered a complete application:
Dust control measures should be in place prior to construction. Inspections will be conducted to verify that the site is left in a safe and secure manner. The required inspections are:
If any part of the road way will be blocked during demolition or if any portion of City property will be utilized for access, you will require a Right of Way Permit. Please contact the Engineering Department for further information: (705) 739-4210 or email@example.com.
A Part 9 building is a structure that falls within the following requirements:
Please refer to the Ontario Building Code section of the Demolition Supplementary Information Form to determine if the application would be considered a Part 9 building. If any of the boxes are checked, the building would not be considered a Part 9 building.
A Part 3 building is a structure that does not fall within the scope of Part 9.
Examples of a Part 3 building:
Part 4 of the Ontario Building Code regulates the structural design of all buildings outside the scope of Part 9. Occasionally Part 9 buildings contain elements that were designed under Part 4 (i.e. Heavy Timber Construction) as these elements exceed the prescriptive design requirements of Part 9.
Examples of a Part 4 building:
Undermine would be removing the soil or structure that supports an adjacent structure. Typically, this only applies with soil or structure being removed is within 45-degree angle of the footing that will remain. Our
Undermining document contains an example for your reference.
Pre-tensioned members are structural elements of the building that have tension applied before installation whereas Post-tensioned members are structural elements of the building that have tension applied after installation. Typically these type of structural elements are only found in larger buildings; therefore, the chances of them being installed in a Part 9 building are slim. Our
Pre-Tensioned Members document contains an example for your reference.
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