Highway Vicinity Management Agreement

(v) any other legislation or legislation dealing with road management, including Division 2 of Division 6 of the Third Part of the National Railway Safety Act (Victoria); Some municipalities allow small industrial or commercial uses to be installed on residential or land properties without reallocation. Examples of such activities include wood workshops, welding or manufacturing stores, chip trucks, artisanal sales, etc. These uses generally employ only one or two people, including the owner, and are relatively modest in terms of volume and effect. However, there is potential for expansion of these businesses, which increases the impact on the highway. Projectors, projectors, searchlights or lighting devices of any kind, which cause direct or indirect glare on the highway or that may compromise road safety or pose a danger, are not permitted in the controlled area. The landowner acknowledges that there is a risk that wells within 30 metres of the highway line may also be affected by the construction of highways or transformations such as the explosion or movement of heavy machinery and that such activities may affect either water quality, quantity or both. The owner acknowledges that there is a risk that wells within 30 metres of the highway line may be affected by dispersed salt applied to the highway for de-icing purposes or by other road substances that may affect water quality. The building and land use permit is conditional on the provision and maintenance of sufficient parking space to accommodate the maximum number of vehicles per rush hour that visit the site. The car park must be completely closed from the right-hand motorway.

For more details on the space available for parking, see PARKING AND STOPPING REQUIREMENTS, Chapter 1. Permission is not required to complete a legally existing residential building (5 units or less) or agricultural buildings if the annex is not closer to the highway than the existing building and there is no change in access to pruning or construction-related parking. All other types, including the kidnapping and freestanding towers, must be reset at least 14.0 metres. This setback must be for the next part of the installation, whether above or under the ground (i.e. reinforced concrete type). If the size or height of the proposed facility raises concerns about the safety and functional integrity of the provincial highway, the ministry may request a report prepared by a specialized engineer certified by the Province of Ontario. Any building and land use permit requires that all car parks, stops, stops, stops, loading and unloading of vehicles be removed from the highway. Clear visibility should not be restricted at the entrance to the land or adjacent land.

If it is necessary to move, remove, rebuild or replace a fence due to a change in the right of access to a highway or other reason within the department`s jurisdiction, the compensation that may be payable is set by the Regional Property Office.

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