O. Reg. 249/22: ZONING ORDER - CITY OF MISSISSAUGA, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEELSkip to content
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ZONING ORDER - CITY OF MISSISSAUGA, REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL
Consolidation Period: From April 1, 2022 to the e-Laws currency date.
This Regulation is made in English only.
1. In this Order,
“zoning by-law” means Zoning By-Law No. 0225-2007 of the City of Mississauga.
2. This Order applies to lands in the City of Mississauga, Regional Municipality of Peel, in the Province of Ontario, being lands described as,
(a) part of Lots 6 and 7, on Registered Plan E-20; part of Block A on Registered Plan 571; part of Lot 16, Concession 1, South of Dundas Street (Geographic Township of Toronto); and part of Lot 1, Range 3 Credit Indian Reserve (Geographic Township of Toronto), designated as Parts 1, 4 to 18 on Reference Plan 43R-19881, except Part 5 on Reference Plan 43R-21968 and Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-22136, and further identified by Property Identification Number 13358-0113 (LT) registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43);
(b) part of Lot 1, Range 3 Credit Indian Reserve (Geographic Township of Toronto), designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 43R-28265, and further identified by Property Identification Number 13358-0215 (LT) registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43); and
(c) part of Lot 16, Concession 1, South of Dundas Street (Geographic Township of Toronto) as identified by Property Identification Number 13358-0096 (LT) registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43).
Non-application of s. 41 of the Act, site plan control area
3. Section 41 of the Act does not apply to the lands described in section 2 of this Order.
Matters that may be dealt with in agreement
4. Each person who owns all or any part of the lands described in section 2 shall enter into one or more agreements with the City of Mississauga dealing with the matters listed in subsection 47 (4.4) of the Act.
5. (1) The following uses are permitted on the lands described in section 2, as accessory to the uses permitted by the I Zone of the zoning by-law:
1. A long-term care building.
2. A retirement building.
3. Supportive housing.
4. A hospice.
5. Overnight accommodation.
6. A banquet hall.
7. A convention centre.
8. A conference centre.
9. An education and training facility.
10. A science and technology facility.
(2) In this section,
“supportive housing” means adaptable and accessible housing and housing for persons with disabilities such as physical, sensory or mental health disabilities.
6. (1) The following requirements apply to the lands described in section 2:
1. The regulations set out in Article 188.8.131.52 of the zoning by-law shall not apply.
2. The minimum interior side yard is three metres.
3. The minimum rear yard is 4.5 metres.
4. A landscaped buffer may include signage, utility easement, lighting, switch gear structures, stairwells, lightwells and walkways and may be traversed by a driveway.
5. The minimum landscaped buffer is three metres.
6. Despite paragraph 5, the minimum landscaped buffer abutting Bronte College Court is 0 metres.
7. The maximum projection of a canopy, awning or staircase and landing into a front yard is 3.1 metres.
8. The minimum number of required loading spaces is nine.
9. The minimum setback to lands zoned G1 and G2 in the zoning by-law is 4.5 metres.
10. The minimum setback to Hurontario Street for all buildings and structures is 10 metres.
11. The minimum setback to Bronte College Court and the Queensway West for all buildings and structures is 4.5 metres.
12. The front lot line shall be the lot line abutting Hurontario Street.
13. The RA5 Zone Regulations set out in Lines 7.0 to 12.0, 15.4 and 15.5 of Table 4.15.1 of the zoning by-law shall apply to the uses described in paragraphs 1 to 4 of section 5.
14. The maximum height for the uses described in paragraphs 5 to 10 of section 5 is 77 metres and 25 storeys.
15. The maximum height for a hospital is 120 metres and 22 storeys.
16. A hospital shall contain a podium with a maximum height of 55 metres and 9 storeys.
17. A maximum of five per cent of the streetwall of the hospital’s podium located above the first storey may project into the front yard to a maximum of two metres.
18. The minimum number of required parking spaces for a hospital, and all other accessory uses to the hospital that are located within the hospital building, shall be 2200.
(2) For the purposes of paragraphs 14 to 16 of subsection (1), the mechanical or architectural components of the building or podium, including the following components, shall not be included in the calculation of the height of the building or podium:
1. Mechanical equipment or penthouses.
2. Elevator machine rooms.
3. Stairwell enclosures.
4. Telecommunication equipment.
8. Stairs and stair enclosures located on the roof.
(3) The maximum height of the top of a mechanical or architectural component described in subsection (2) shall not exceed 25 metres above the height limit otherwise applicable to the building or podium.
(4) For the purpose of paragraph 17 of subsection (1), the mechanical or architectural components of a podium, including the components set out in paragraphs 1 to 8 of subsection (2), shall not be included in the calculation of the projection of the podium into the front yard.
(5) In this section,
“landscaped buffer” means a continuous, open, unobstructed width of land substantially parallel to and adjoining a lot line that is intended for the growth and maintenance of plant material including trees and shrubs and for the maintenance of other landscape features such as retaining walls.
7. (1) Every use of land and every erection, location and use of buildings or structures shall be in accordance with this Order.
(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the use of any land, building or structure for any use prohibited by this Order if the land, building or structure is lawfully so used on the day this Order comes into force.
(3) Nothing in this Order prevents the reconstruction of any building or structure that is damaged or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the owner if the dimensions of the original building or structure are not increased and its original use is not altered.
(4) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening or restoration to a safe condition of any building or structure.
8. This Order is deemed for all purposes, except the purposes of section 24 of the Act, to be and to always have been a by-law passed by the council of the City of Mississauga.
9. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).