Lindy Consulting Limited
Steven Lindy Architect would like to work on your home renovation, addition or new build residential project. We can guide you through the building permit and approvals process. Homes are all about making the vision into reality. Every home owner wants to see their dreams take shape the right way. We are comfortable to work on contemporary or traditional designs and enjoy the challenge of adding character and personality to each and every project.
Determine Eco-Friendly design goals
Zoning Review Drawings
Attending Committee of Adjustment
*Expert at Obtaining Variances at Committee of Adjustment
Site /Construction Review
Shop Drawing Review
Lindy Consulting Limited is an award Winning Licensed Architectural Practice for the Province of Ontario
Steven Lindy, B.Arch., LEED AP, PMP, OAA
Experience working at Zeidler Partnership Architects, Arcop Architects, Norr Architects
and In the Real Estate Development Business, for Alterra Group, consulting For Greenpark Group.
Lindy Consulting is an Architectural practice formed in 2008.
Winner Best of Houzz 10 years in a row.
We have won best of Homestars 3 times.
Our practice is small and therefore agile and we offer personalized and friendly service and attention to detail.
We have a strong understanding of Green Building.
Most of our projects are located in the best neighbourhoods in the GTA.
We will take the time to meet, to listen, and to understand your needs and to help them through the process and the project.
Process for Variances and Permit
-Prepare drawings for a Zoning Review;
-Apply for a zoning review report from planning;
-Obtain zoning review, either gets you a zoning certificate if ok skip step 2 or shows list of items that do not comply to zoning , these become the list of requested variances.
Committee of Adjustment
-Apply to Committee of Adjustment
-Obtain hearing date
-Post notice of public hearing
-Neighbors provided notice and copies of drawings, allowed to attend hearing
-Planning may provide comments or a planning report to the committee (planner may recommend approval or refusal)
-obtain letters of support from neighbours.
-Attend committee hearing.
-Finish drawings for permit.
-Obtain structural comments and seal
-Apply for building permit.