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I'm confused with this one as it has yet to go back for approval of any development on the additional property that was acquired.
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I'm confused with this one as it has yet to go back for approval of any development on the additional property that was acquired.
Would the addition be small enough that it could be considered non-substantive and approved by the Development Officer?
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Would the addition be small enough that it could be considered non-substantive and approved by the Development Officer?
I'm guessing that is what happened but in my opinion they use that loop hole way too much.

I had been investigating the non approved changes to materials on the maple and my response from staff cited these are the ways a Development Officer can approve. To me a substantial extension to a building under construction does not qualify under any of these.

Site Plan Approval: Non-Substantive Applications

(11) The following developments are non-substantive site plan approval applications:

(a) accessory buildings and structures;

(b) development that does not materially change the external appearance of a building facing streetlines;

(c) new window and door openings or alterations to existing window and door openings abutting streetlines;

(d) alteration of external cladding material that does not affect the external appearance of a building facing streetlines;

(e) signs;

(f) decks, patios, and similar unenclosed features; and

(g) steps, stairs and other entryways.

(12) A non-substantive site plan application may be approved by the Development Officer.
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