Committee of Adjustment Applications in the Village of Long Branch
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At its meeting of January 31, 2018, City Council adopted Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines.
The Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines will be used in the review of all new development applications and public initiatives for all lands designated Neighbourhoods bounded by Lake Ontario to the south, the rail corridor to the north, Twenty Third Street to the east, and Forty Second Street (including Marie Curtis Park) to the west.
The Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines will be used by home builders, the community, City staff, committees and appeal bodies to provide direction in their decision making as they develop plans, review applications for redevelopment and/or enhance the public realm in the Long Branch Neighbourhood.
Please review the Long Branch Neighbourhood Character Guidelines. You will be required to submit a rationale (with your application) explaining how your proposal meets these Guidelines.