Exceptional uses

Exceptional uses of the landscape are uses that exceed the maximum limit established under the byelaw for natural uses, but which the municipal authorities have expressly authorised

For an exceptional use to be approved, the Joint Commission for Urban Landscape Protection must have produced a positive report on it beforehand, and it must be linked to an express authorisation from the authorities in the form of an agreement.

This use shall always be of limited duration and comes with compensation for the impact it has on the landscape, which goes directly towards improving a specific feature of that landscape.