This plan supports the planting of trees in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide shade.
In order to protect heritage attributes, this Plan prohibits the increase of existing road right-of-way's and widths of paved surfaces, but makes exceptions for the provision of bike lanes, as indicated in the Transportation Master Plan. This Plan also noted that participants of the Key Stakeholder Workshop Public Consultation Event wished for greenspaces and bike paths to be protected and maintained when reviewing the draft guidelines and permits for the Plan.
This bylaw prohibits smoking tobacco or holding lighted tobacco within 9 metres of any part of a recreation amenity in a City park or an entrance of a municipally-owned building.
This policy does not restrict traditional use of tobacco products by Indigenous populations.
This bylaw prohibits the application of pesticides within the boundaries of the City of London. Exceptions to the prohibition are listed and include (but are not limited to) application to a golf course, playing filed or lawn bowling green and to address infestations.
This bylaw prohibits the burning of 'noxious materials' which includes: tires, plastics, drywall and demolition waste, paint, asphalt products, and creosote-treated wood.
This bylaw provides for the regulation of the discharge of wastes into the public sewage works and of hauled liquid waste. Concentrations for waste discharge not to be exceeded are set for the following substances: arsenic, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, lead, and nickel. The following substances are not permitted to be discharge in any concentration: pesticides, herbicides, gasoline, benzene, naphtha, trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, and radioactive waste.
The master plan for the Westminster Ponds area includes several objectives around developing compatible recreation uses in this environmentally sensitive, but important recreation site - including considerations for trail design.
This bylaw prohibits the collection of 'non-collectable waste' which includes: pesticides, herbicides, and radioactive materials.
This bylaw sets requirements for the maintenance of properties. It includes a provision that buildings must be kept free of pests in accordance with the Pesticides Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter P.11. It also requires that recreational facilities and play area surfaces and equipment be properly maintained.
This master plan developed site-specific strategies relating to access, circulation, active recreation and passive used opportunities for the Kilally open space corridor. It includes conceptual layout plans for the development of active recreation areas, trail links and passive recreation opportunities.
This bylaw places a condition on development or redevelopment for residential purposes of any land within the City of London, where the owner of such land shall, at the request of the City, convey land to it for use for park or other public recreational purposes.