0:25 David Fraser explains that a building permit is not required for a structure occupying less than ten square metres (108 square feet), based on the Building Code Act, 1992. The 2018 Log Cabin Bunkie is 82 sq ft. https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/92b23#BK17
1:00 David advises you to check with your zoning by-law regulations for your municipality as they differ depending on where you live in Ontario. This is a quick, easy phone call to your planning department.
To help you with this process, here are examples of a few websites with information and numbers for you to call.
– Projects that do not require a building permit are less than 110 square feet http://sarnia.ca/…/permits-and-…/building-demolition-permits
– Check with the Sarnia Planning Department as to where to put it on your property, 519-332-0330 X3303
– Projects that do not require a building permit: Building a shed, garage or gazebo that is not attached to your house and less than 10 metres square (108 feet) in area https://www.hamilton.ca/…/buil…/residential-building-permits
– Check with the Hamilton Planning Department Permit Specialist as to where you can put it on your property, 905-546-2720 X3015
– In Hamilton, accessory buildings can’t be used as habitable space, but they are ok for storage, tools, gardening supplies etc.
– A permit is not required for accessory buildings less than 108 sq ft. http://www.erin.ca/…/building-permit-application-requiremen…
– Check with the Erin Building Department as to where to put it on your property, 519-855-4407
*When talking to your municipality, please reassure them that the Bunkie Life bunkies are not tiny homes and there is no plumbing 🙂
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