Shoreline Permits

What is the Community Planning Permit System?

The Community Planning Permit System (CPPS) is a shoreline permit system in Ontario where the Town can issue one permit that combines zoning, minor variance, site plan, site alteration and grading and tree removals approvals.  In some cases it is a 5-in-1 permit.    

Which properties require a Shoreline Permit?

A Shoreline Permit is required for any residential property with frontage on  Lake Simcoe.   You will require a permit to build or extend a home, boathouse or dock, to perform lot grading or to remove trees.  

Why use a Shoreline Permit?

By combining all of these approvals into one permit and one application, a Shoreline Permit is a streamlined and efficient way for property owners to obtain planning approvals.  Faster approval times mean you can get started on your project sooner!

Who can I contact for more information?

Trish Kernen,
Development Coordinator
tkernen@innisfil.ca
705-436-3740 ext. 3320

Nicholas Skerratt,
Development Leader
nskerratt@innisfil.ca
705-436-3740 ext. 3314

List of Shoreline Permits

Address
Shoreline Permit 
Class Type (1, 2 or 3)
Date Permit was Issued
975 Little Cedar DrivePool Permit – Class 2April 12, 2019
2453 Leonard StreetDeck Permit – Class 3May 2, 2019
3021 Woodlands AvenueShoreline Repair – Class 3May 10, 2019
781 Beachcomber PlaceShoreline Repair – Class 3 May 10, 2019
715 Lakelands AvenueDetached Garage – Class 2May 22, 2019
1578 Ladywood WayGuest House, Pool & Septic – Class 2May 22, 2019
2383 Goodfellow AvenueAccessory Structure – Class 2May 22, 2019
1587 Houston AvenueAccessory Structure – Class 2May 22, 2019
917 Barry AvenueEnclose Covered Porch – Class 3May 25, 2019
3493 Glenhaven Beach RoadDwelling and Shoreline Repair – Class 3May 27, 2019

Our Shore Project

Our Shore (Community Planning Permit By-law)

What is Our Shore?

Our Shore or the Community Planning Permit System (CPPS) is a shoreline permit system in Ontario where the Town can issue one permit that combines zoning, minor variance, site plan, site alteration and grading and tree removals approvals.  In some case it is a 5-in-1 permit.    

Which properties require a Shoreline Permit?

A Shoreline Permit is required for any residential property with frontage on  Lake Simcoe.   You will require a permit to build or extend a home, boathouse or dock, to perform lot grading or to remove trees.  

Why use a Shoreline Permit?

By combining all of these approvals into one permit and one application, a Shoreline Permit is a streamlined and efficient way for property owners to obtain planning approvals.  Faster approval times mean you can get started on your project sooner!M

Reports and Memos to Council

Memos

May 11, 2016

July 13, 2016

January 11, 2017

Council Reports

February 15, 2017

– Here’s a link to watch the Public Open House from this date https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V07myBOUeY#action=share 

April 5, 2017

Reports

Report 1: Background and Jurisdictional Analysis

Report 2: Technical Discussion

Trish Kernen,
Development Coordinator
tkernen@innisfil.ca
705-436-3740 ext. 3320

Nicholas Skerratt,
Development Leader
nskerratt@innisfil.ca
705-436-3740 ext. 3314