The provisions and schedules of this by-law control the use of land in the Area Municipality
The Township of Blandford-Blenheim Zoning By-Law controls the use of land by dividing the municipality into different land use zones with detailed maps, specifying the uses permitted in each zone, specifying where buildings and other structures can be located, stating the types of buildings that are permitted and how they may be used, as well as specifying lot sizes and dimensions, parking requirements, building heights and setbacks from the street.
The contents of the Zoning By-Law reflect the latest consolidation of zoning by-law amendments. For up to date information on a specific property, please contact the area municipality.
Note: There has been an increase in the fees for 2017. Please check the current fee schedule prior to submission of your application.
Forms are available for the various types of development regulated by the Planning Act
All active development applications are listed here, along with their associated notices and reports
Application for Zone Change
Part Lot 4, Concession 8 (Blenheim)
Municipal Address: 847608 Township Road 9
Application for Consent and Zone Change
Part Lot 1, Concession 2 (Blenheim)
707769 Township Rd 2
Draft Plan of Subdivision and Zone Change
Lots 82 - 87, 95 – 98, 107 – 108, Part Lot 99, Plan 99
e/s of Elgin Street, north of Emma Street, Village of Princeton
Part Lots 19 & 20, Concession 7 (Blenheim)
Municipal address - 806607 Oxford Road 29
In addition to the County Development Charges, most area municipalities in Oxford County also have Development Charges by-laws.
Development Charges Annual Report 2016
Development Charges Fact Sheet, updated April 2017
5578-2014 County Wide Development Charge Bylaw (PDF)
5586-2014 Drumbo Area Specific Development Charge Bylaw (PDF)
5585-2014 Plattsville Area Specific Development Charge Bylaw (PDF)
The Development Charges Background Study provides the basis and background required to update the County's development charges to accurately reflect the future servicing needs of new development. The analysis assesses the development-related costs associated with the following County services:
These maps show the status of residential subdivision development within the Area Municipality
Community Planning involves reviewing development proposals and using planning tools to help balance social and economic interests while preserving and protecting the natural assets of our community.
Population Household and Employment Forecasts
Severing a property
LDC Minutes & Agendas
Official Plan Review
Development Application Forms
Application Notices and Reports
Contact a planner
21 Reeve Street, P.O. Box 1614
Woodstock, Ontario, N4S 7Y3