How can these properties be developed, or even renovated, in the future when you have two conflicting building bylaws and two conflicting zoning bylaws in effect?
|The black line is the Oak Bay - Victoria boundary.|
This is Gonzales Hill area - the end of Barkley Terrace is in Victoria
345 and 339 on Foul Bay Road are split
|301 Denison Road has hte house split it two|
at 330 Denison the house is in Victoria but all the access is from Oak Bay
|Runnymede is the road running across this picture|
2004 Runnymede and 825 Foul Bay both have houses split into two municipalities
839 and 831 Foul Bay have the houses in Oak Bay but the access in Victoria
|This Foul Bay Road just north of McNeill|
The panhandle lot at 934 Foul Bay, what bylaws govern it?
|969 and 975 Brighton Crescent has houses split in two. |
Which police has jurisdiction?
Do the backyards and front yards have to conform to different tree bylaws?
How about keeping chickens?
|The final area with split properties|
I highlight these properties because they simply show utterly inane our municipal boundaries are in Victoria.