Commercial downtown zones were reviewed and an amendment was made to the City’s Comprehensive Zoning By-law (1995)-14864 in order to:
- Support a vibrant Downtown Guelph;
- Line up the existing Zoning Bylaw with the Downtown Secondary Plan; and
- Support appropriate development downtown.
This update implements the vision established through the Downtown Secondary Plan.
The Downtown Zoning Bylaw Update was approved by Council on July 24, 2017 and approved with modifications by the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) on March 5, 2019 (LPAT Case No.: PL170951).
Final Downtown Zoning Bylaw approved by the LPAT
Prior to March 5, 2019 LPAT decision, a number of properties within the Downtown were brought into effect by the LPAT on July 10, 2018. Information regarding this can be found on the LPAT website, searching for LPAT Case No.: PL170951.
The July 10, 2018 decision includes the following properties:
- 25 Wellington Street
- 24 Commercial Street
- 9 Cork Street
- 11 Cork Street
- 58 Wellington Street East
- 41 Wyndham Street South
- 43 Wyndham Street South
- 45 Wyndham Street South
- 53 Surrey Street East
- 73 Gordon Street
- 22 Surrey Street West
- 8-10 Paisley Street
- 18 Paisley Street
- 54 Cardigan Street.
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