Zoning & Development Bylaw 3575

This electronic version is amended up to April 5, 2016.

(Note to subscribers: The most recent paper update is amended up to January 1, 2015. Subsequent amendments which may appear in this electronic consolidation will be included in a future update package.)

Explanation of amendments since January 1, 2015

  • Section 2, (135 KB) Section 11 (325 KB) and all District Schedules have been amended to allow for urban farming in a variety of zones, effective March 8, 2016.
  • Appendix E (638 KB) – Zoning and Development Fee Bylaw No. 5585 – has been amended to include a heritage conservation area in the requirement for a permit for the maintenance or minor repair of a building, structure, use or site, effective March 8, 2016.
  • The First Shaughnessy District Schedule  (70 KB) has been amended with respect to uses, floor area exclusions and building depth, effective March 8, 2016.
  • The RM-9, RM-9A, RM-9N, RM-9AN  (88 KB) District Schedule has replaced the former RM-9 and RM-9N District Schedule, effective February 2, 2016
  • Appendix E  (638 KB) - Zoning and Development Fee Bylaw No. 5585 - has been amended to reflect new fees, effective January 1, 2016
  • Appendix H  (28 KB) - Miscellaneous Fees (Planning) Bylaw No. 5664 - has been amended to reflect new fees, effective January 1, 2016
  • Appendix I  (19 KB) has been updated to include all amending by-laws enacted in 2013.
  • Section 2  (130 KB) and Section 11  (320 KB) have been amended to permit the sampling and sale of local liquor at a farmers’ market by a maximum of three vendors, effective June 9, 2015.

Sections

RA-1 District Schedule (Limited Agriculture)

RS District Schedules (One-Family Dwelling)

RT District Schedules (Two-Family Dwelling)

RM District Schedules (Multiple Dwelling)

C District Schedules (Commercial)

M & I District Schedules (Industrial)

HA District Schedules (Historic Area)

CD Districts (Comprehensive Development)

General Schedules

Appendices

  • Appendix A (75 KB) - Extracts From the Vancouver Charter Concerning Planning Powers
  • Appendix C (67 KB) - Development Permit Board and Advisory Panel Bylaw No. 5869
  • Appendix D (170 KB) - Board of Variance Bylaw No. 3844
  • Appendix E (638 KB) - Zoning and Development Fee Bylaw No. 5585
  • Appendix F (22 KB) - Urban Design Panel Bylaw No. 4722
  • Appendix G (40 KB) - Policies and Guidelines Adopted by City Council
  • Appendix H (28 KB) - Miscellaneous Fees (Planning) Bylaw No. 5664
  • Appendix I (19 KB) - List of Amending By-laws to Bylaw 3575
  • Appendix J (9 KB) - Table of Metric/Imperial Equivalents
  • Appendix K (73 KB) - Heritage Bylaw No. 4837
  • Appendix L (8 KB) - Facilitate Demolition For Social Housing
  • Appendix M - Establish a Notice Period for Demolitions Pursuant to the Residential Tenancy Act Bylaw No. 6895 - Repealed on November 1, 2005

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