BOV00653 - 106 Pine Street

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BOV00653 - 106 Pine Street
Neighbourhood: Downtown/Old City    
Street Address: 106 Pine Street
Type of Application: Board of Variance
File Number: BOV00653
Date Application Submitted: February 02, 2015
Application Description: Zoning Bylaw No. 4500 requires a side yard setback of 1.5m for a principal dwelling. The applicant is requesting to vary provisions of Zoning Bylaw 4500 in order to legalize the siting of the existing dwelling 0.35m from the side yard property line to permit increasing the basement ceiling height below grade. This represents a variance request of 1.15m.

Variance Approved
Application Status: COMPLETED
File Close Date: March 10, 2015

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