Zoning is a method of regulating the use of land by specifying a specific range of permitted uses and functions - for example, a property is zoned for residential use that allows for only 1 residential unit in a building that is setback a minimum of 6 meters from the road.
The City of London has several zones for land uses, such as residential, industrial, commercial and open space. Within each of the zones, the regulations in the by-law control the nature, location, scale and form of land uses. Simply click on either of the two icons above to gain access to the Zoning By-law.
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