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The new City-wide Zoning By-law 569-2013 was enacted on May 9, 2013. It has been appealed under section 34(19) of the Planning Act. Even though it is under appeal, the City's Chief Building Official and the Committee of Adjustment will apply the new By-law to applications filed after its enactment. Please consult with your advisors to determine whether the new by-law has any impact.
Amendments to By-law 569-2013 have been incorporated into this office consolidation. The original by-law and its amendments are with the City Clerk's office.
Zoning By-law No. 569-2013, as
amended (office consolidation) in pdf:
Chapters 1 - 800 
Chapters 900.1 900.7 
Chapters 900.8 - 995
   
 
City of Toronto Zoning By-law 569-2013, as amended (Office Consolidation)
Version Date: July 15, 2019
Table of Contents

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Chapter 1Administration
Chapter 2Compliance with this By-law
Chapter 5Regulations Applying to all Zones
Chapter 10Residential
Chapter 15Residential Apartment
Chapter 30Commercial
Chapter 40Commercial Residential
Chapter 50Commercial Residential Employment
Chapter 60Employment Industrial
Chapter 80Institutional
Chapter 90Open Space
Chapter 100Utility and Transportation
100.5Regulations Applying to the Utility and Transportation Zone Category
100.5.1General
100.5.1.10Interpretation
100.5.75Energy Regulations
100.5.75.1General
100.5.80Parking
100.5.80.1General
100.5.80.10Location
100.10Utility and Transportation Zone (UT)
Chapter 150Specific Use Regulations
Chapter 200Parking Space Regulations
Chapter 220Loading Space Regulations
Chapter 230Bicycle Parking Space Regulations
Chapter 280Special Districts - Downtown
Chapter 300Special Districts - Centres
Chapter 400Special Districts - Avenues
Chapter 500Special Districts - Heritage
Chapter 600Regulations for Overlay Zones
Chapter 800Definitions
Chapter 900Site Specific Exceptions
Chapter 970Appendices
Chapter 990Zoning By-law Map
Chapter 995Overlay Maps

Chapter 100 Utility and Transportation

100.5 Regulations Applying to the Utility and Transportation Zone Category

100.5.1 General

100.5.1.10 Interpretation

(1)Application of this Section
The regulations in Section 100.5 apply to all lands, uses, buildings and structures in the Utility and Transportation Zone category.
(2)Interpretation of the Utility and Transportation Zone Symbol
The zone symbol on the Zoning By-law Map for zones in the Utility and Transportation Zones category consists of the letters UT, indicating the primary land use permitted in the zone.

100.5.75 Energy Regulations

100.5.75.1 General

(1)Renewable Energy or Cogeneration Energy Device - Location Restriction
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, a device producing renewable energy or cogeneration energy may be no closer to a lot line than the greater of:
(A)10 metres;
(B)the required minimum building setbacks for a building on the lot; or
(C)a distance equal to the height of the device, measured between average grade at its base to the elevation of the highest part of the device.
(2)Renewable Energy Device - Height Requirements
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, a photovoltaic solar energy device or a thermal solar energy device that is:
(A)on a building:
(i)must comply with the minimum building setbacks for a building on the lot; and
(ii)no part of the device may be higher than 3.0 metres above the permitted maximum height for the building; and
(B)ground mounted, no part of the device may be more than 5.0 metres above average grade at the base of the device.
(3)Wind Energy Device - Building Setbacks
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, no part of a wind energy device may be closer to a lot line than the greater of:
(A)the required minimum building setbacks for a building on the lot; or
(B)a distance equal to two times the height of the device, measured between average grade at its base to the elevation of the highest part of the device.
(4)Wind Energy Device - Height
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, no part of a wind energy device may be more than 15.0 metres above average grade at the base of the device.
(5)Geo-energy Requirements
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, any above-ground part of a geo-energy device:
(A)must be set back at least 10.0 metres from any lot line; and
(B)must comply with the requirements for a building or structure, other than a required minimum building setback which is less than the requirement in (A) above.
(6)Cogeneration Device
In the Utility and Transportation Zone category, a cogeneration energy device that is closer than 30 metres from a lot in the Residential Zone category or the Residential Apartment Zone category must be inside a permitted building.

100.5.80 Parking

100.5.80.1 General

(1)Use of Required Parking Space
A parking space required by this By-law for a use in the Utility and Transportation Zone category must be available for the use for which it is required.

100.5.80.10 Location

(1)Location of Required Parking Spaces
A parking space must be on the same lot as the use for which the parking space is required.
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