Please note that there is a twenty-day statutory appeal period that applies to all applications. Information sheets titled Procedure to Appeal a Minor Variance/Permission Decision and Procedure to Appeal a Consent/Severance Decision are available at the hearing location and accompany specific decisions when they are sent out. It is imperative that your notice of appeal is filed no later than the last date of appeal noted on the written decision.
Appeal: If an appeal is filed, the matter will be forwarded to the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) for their processing. Once the appeal is filed, all further communications regarding the appeal must be directed to and come directly from the Ontario Land Tribunal. Should you wish to be notified by the Ontario Land Tribunal of a hearing, you must submit a written request for a copy of the decision of the Committee of Adjustment to the Secretary Treasurer no later than the last date of the statutory appeal period.
No appeal filed: If at the end of the appeal period no appeal was filed, the decision will be in position to become final and binding (subject to removal of any conditions imposed within the stipulated time frame).
The Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) is an adjudicative tribunal that hears cases in relation to a range of municipal planning, financial and land matters. These include matters such as official plans; zoning by-laws; subdivision plans; consents and minor variances; land compensations; development charges; electoral ward boundaries; municipal finances; aggregate resources; and other issues assigned by numerous Ontario statues.
If a further explanation of any of the above is required, contact the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer at the number below. Please provide either the file number or address of the subject property when making any inquiries.
350 City Hall Square West, Suite 210
Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9A 6S1
For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call 519-255-6543