LANEWAY definition

LANEWAY means improved land adjacent to the highway which provides access from the highway to a parking area on adjacent land.
LANEWAY means a highway not assigned a name or number which usually provides direct access to a parcel.
LANEWAY means a public highway or road allowance having a width of less than 12.0 metres.

Examples of LANEWAY in a sentence

  • LANEWAY SUITE - A self-contained living accommodation for a person or persons living together as a separate single housekeeping unit, in which both food preparation and sanitary facilities are provided for the exclusive use of the occupants of the suite, in a detached building that is ancillary to a residential building on the same lot, and is located in the rear yard abutting a lane.


More Definitions of LANEWAY

LANEWAY means a highway not assigned a name or number which usually provides direct
LANEWAY means a narrow (generally 6 metres wide or less) road, right of way or right of carriageway, in either public or private ownership, which provides access to the side or rear of lots principally for servicing adjoining land uses and activities. Laneways are generally open to the sky.
LANEWAY means a service road along the back of residential, commercial, industrial or institutional property not exceeding 8 metres in width.
LANEWAY means a public highway or road allowance having a width of less than 12.0 m, and where it abuts a residential lot, the residential lot shall be identified as an interior lot and not a through lot. 1By-law No. 14-275 September 24, 20142By-law No. 15-068 March 11, 20153By-law No. 15-102 April 22, 20154By-law No. 21-073 May 21, 2021By-law No. 21-167, September 29, 2021
LANEWAY means a public vehicular-access route exclusively at the side and/or rear of one or more properties, whether such access route is privately or municipally owned; however, it does not include private property not intended for such public access;