Natural uses of the landscape involve activities and features not thought to have serious repercussions on the collective right of people to enjoy a landscape where they can carry on their daily lives. To be able to make natural use of the landscape, developers need only follow the provisions set down in the byelaw and apply for the corresponding municipal permit or authorisation.
Depending on the specific area and location of the installation, natural uses may include the following:
· Commercial identification signs
· Certain advertising installations
· Worksite barriers and scaffolding
· Terraces and tables
· Aerials and air-conditioning equipment on roofs