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Heritage Alteration Permits

This page was last reviewed on February 15, 2018.

A Heritage Alteration Permit is required for to do any of the following to real property protected under a heritage designation bylaw.

  • to alter the exterior a building or structure
  • make a structural change to a building or structure
  • move the building or structure
  • alter, remove or take an action that would damage an interior feature or fixture that is identified in a heritage designation bylaw
  • alter, remove or take an action that would damage a landscape feature identified in a heritage designation bylaw
  • alter, excavate or building on land protected under a heritage designation bylaw

You can find development permit area guidelines and heritage alteration permit guidelines in Part D of the Official Community Plan.

Please contact Planning staff at 250-336-2291 for more information on heritage designations and to apply for a permit.

Heritage Alteration Permit application and guide

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