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Adoption of an Interim Control By-Law for certain sectors of the city

During the regular meeting on May 3, 2022, City Council adopted an Interim Control By-Law having the effect of freezing and allowing to govern or restrict the development of certain city sectors while reflecting on land use planning.

The by-law applies in particular to the downtown sector, large shopping centres, main multi-residential redevelopment sectors, Pointe-Claire village, including la pointe Claire and Valois village. It should be noted that the Mu1 zone (mixed-use area), namely the land currently occupied by the CF Fairview Pointe Claire shopping centre, is subject to the Interim Control By-Law.

The objective of the Interim Control By-Law is to continue reflection on the future development of the territory in connection with redesigning the Planning Program and planning by-laws by considering both the interests of the community and the obligations listed in the Montréal Urban Agglomeration Land Use and Development Plan.

This by-law can be modified or repealed at any time in a public meeting of the City Council.

To view the Interim Control By-Law, click here.