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Heritage

The City has various regulatory tools designed to protect Dorval's heritage.

First, a by-law concerning the demolition of buildings is the main bastion against all projects to demolish, without a valid reason, a residential, commercial, or institutional building. If such a situation occurs, the owner will have to prove that it is in the best interest of the public to demolish the building in question. A procedure is then put into place to allow any opposing person to be heard by the municipal authorities such as the Demolition Committee and the Council. In light of this by-law, the demolition of an heritage building would be unlikely.

Also, in accordance with the Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (S.P.A.I.P.), any heritage building, as well as any building located along Lakeshore Drive, is subject to an exterior design control, which focuses on the respect of the fundamental characteristics of the environment, or on the building itself in case of an expansion or a new construction. Anyone wishing to build a new housing unit (for single or multi family dwelling, a duplex, a triplex) or extend an existing one, must first submit preliminary sketches and plans to the Urban Development Department, and later on to the Demolition Committee.

Transformations (new siding, ledges, balconies, etc.) of heritage buildings are also guided by several objectives and criteria specific to this type of building.

Information: 514 633-4125

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THE CITY

Heritage

The City has various regulatory tools designed to protect Dorval's heritage.

First, a by-law concerning the demolition of buildings is the main bastion against all projects to demolish, without a valid reason, a residential, commercial, or institutional building. If such a situation occurs, the owner will have to prove that it is in the best interest of the public to demolish the building in question. A procedure is then put into place to allow any opposing person to be heard by the municipal authorities such as the Demolition Committee and the Council. In light of this by-law, the demolition of an heritage building would be unlikely.

Also, in accordance with the Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (S.P.A.I.P.), any heritage building, as well as any building located along Lakeshore Drive, is subject to an exterior design control, which focuses on the respect of the fundamental characteristics of the environment, or on the building itself in case of an expansion or a new construction. Anyone wishing to build a new housing unit (for single or multi family dwelling, a duplex, a triplex) or extend an existing one, must first submit preliminary sketches and plans to the Urban Development Department, and later on to the Demolition Committee.

Transformations (new siding, ledges, balconies, etc.) of heritage buildings are also guided by several objectives and criteria specific to this type of building.

Information: 514 633-4125

Administrative Structure
Administrative Structure
City Profile
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Committees of the Council
Committees of the Council
Council Meetings
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Council Members
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Electoral Districts
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Fact Sheets
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History
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Maps
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Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor
Mission and Values of the City
Mission and Values of the City
Municipal By-Laws
Municipal By-Laws

Heritage

The City has various regulatory tools designed to protect Dorval's heritage.

First, a by-law concerning the demolition of buildings is the main bastion against all projects to demolish, without a valid reason, a residential, commercial, or institutional building. If such a situation occurs, the owner will have to prove that it is in the best interest of the public to demolish the building in question. A procedure is then put into place to allow any opposing person to be heard by the municipal authorities such as the Demolition Committee and the Council. In light of this by-law, the demolition of an heritage building would be unlikely.

Also, in accordance with the Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (S.P.A.I.P.), any heritage building, as well as any building located along Lakeshore Drive, is subject to an exterior design control, which focuses on the respect of the fundamental characteristics of the environment, or on the building itself in case of an expansion or a new construction. Anyone wishing to build a new housing unit (for single or multi family dwelling, a duplex, a triplex) or extend an existing one, must first submit preliminary sketches and plans to the Urban Development Department, and later on to the Demolition Committee.

Transformations (new siding, ledges, balconies, etc.) of heritage buildings are also guided by several objectives and criteria specific to this type of building.

Information: 514 633-4125

Administrative Structure
Administrative Structure
City Profile
City Profile
Committees of the Council
Committees of the Council
Council Meetings
Council Meetings
Council Members
Council Members
Electoral Districts
Electoral Districts
Fact Sheets
Fact Sheets
History
History
Maps
Maps
Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor
Mission and Values of the City
Mission and Values of the City
Municipal By-Laws
Municipal By-Laws
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