May 27, 2008, 1:37 AM
I have a client who is interested in an infill development in the City of Ottawa on a property that contains a building that may or may not have heritage status. Is there a discrete way to determine if the property has a heritage designation on it. It is not in a heritage district.
May 27, 2008, 3:02 AM
A searchable database containing information on over 5,000 heritage properties in Ontario.
To be included in the database, a property must be recognized or protected in one or more of these ways:
designated by municipal by-law under Part IV or Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act (http://www.culture.gov.on.ca/english/heritage/act.htm)
protected by a municipal heritage conservation easement
owned by the Ontario Heritage Trust (http://www.heritagefdn.on.ca/scripts/home.asp?action=31&P_ID=1&N_ID=1&U_ID=0&OP_ID=2) (formerly Ontario Heritage Foundation)
protected by a Ontario Heritage Trust conservation easement (http://www.heritagefdn.on.ca/userfiles/HTML/nts_1_2892_1.html)
listed on the Ontario Heritage Bridge List (http://www.culture.gov.on.ca/english/heritage/hpd.htm#bridge_list)
protected by the federal Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act (http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/H-3.5/)
designated a National Historic Site (http://www.pc.gc.ca/progs/lhn-nhs/index_e.asp)
listed in the Canadian Register of Heritage Properties (http://www.pc.gc.ca/progs/plp-hpp/plp-hpp4_e.asp)
May 27, 2008, 12:02 PM
Thanks for the link....I tried it and nothing appears for the street in question.
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