A building permit for construction for non-residential buildings, such as additions.
All drawings to be drawn on standardized sized sheets, drawn to scale, fully dimensioned, signed and dated.
If drawings were prepared by a qualified designer (as defined under Div. C, Part 3, Section 3.2 of the Ontario Building Code), drawings must include the designer’s name, registration number, qualification identification number, signature, and stamp/statement that the person has reviewed and taken responsibility for the design activities.
All drawings, reports, and forms, including the completed Application for a Permit to Construct or Demolish, must be provided in a PDF format.
The St. Michael’s Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children, each have helipads that provide vital critical and trauma care service to the City of Toronto and surrounding areas. The protection of the flight paths for these helipads from intrusions caused by development is necessary to ensure their continued and effective operation.
On December 5, 2017, pursuant to an agreement entered into under section 5.81 of the Aeronautics Act (Canada), City Council enacted by-law 1432-2017 to regulate the use of lands in the vicinity of St. Michael’s Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children.
Permit applications in the hospital heliport flightpath areas must meet additional submission requirements to demonstrate compliance with by-law 1432-2017.
If your project includes HVAC elements please review the Non-Residential Mechanical (HVAC) Guide for additional requirement
If your project includes plumbing elements please review the related non-residential plumbing permit guide for additional requirement.
Building permit application form required for all submissions
Required for all designers, except Engineers and Architects when applying for any Construction Permit. Property Owners, if exempted, from Qualification / Certification, they must fill-in the form to specify the reason for exemption.
Required for all buildings where professional design and field review is required by the Ontario Building Code. This Commitment form must be signed by the owner or agent and the professional architect, engineer, or consultant.
Required for all projects where there is a potential for damage to private or City trees. Applicant is also responsible to comply with other tree protection bylaws http://www.toronto.ca/trees/
Required when applying to construct a new building, or for an addition to an existing building, to establish compliance with the energy efficiency requirements stipulated in Supplemental Standard SB-10 of the Ontario Building Code.
Required for all projects except Part 9 residential to detail construction activities which may result in vibration and the necessary pre-construction and preventative measures which will be taken.
Applicant/owner is required to pay a damage deposit as a protection guarantee against damage to the curb, sidewalk, road, public laneway, boulevard and other services as well as tracking mud on City streets, or failing to clear snow and ice from sidewalks while construction is in progress.
Permit fees shall be calculated based on the formula given below unless otherwise specified in this schedule:
Fee Service Indexes are determined based on the occupancy of the proposed building. See the Toronto Building Fee index for the list of current rates by occupancy and type.
Please do not include any personal information on your Building Plans (e.g., the homeowner’s name or phone number). Building Plans submitted for Permit are subject to disclosure in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA).