Structural alteration definition

Structural alteration means an Alteration that (i) will result in a change in the footprint of the Improvements, (ii) involves the addition of one or more floors to the Improvements, (iii) affects the structural elements or any exterior walls of the Improvements, (iv) decreases the rentable square footage of the Leased Premises other than to a de minimis extent or (v) adversely affects the proper functioning and/or capacity of the building systems in the Improvements.
Structural alteration means the construction or reconstruction of supporting elements of a building;
Structural alteration means any change to the roof, foundation or exterior walls of a structure that results in the expansion of the useable floor area of a structure or reduces existing setback distances. For the purpose of this Bylaw, this definition is used in determining whether changes to buildings require a development permit. [2014-17]

Examples of Structural alteration in a sentence

  • Structural alteration means any action that changes the height, size, or shape of the sign or any action that affects the base or support(s) of the sign.

  • Structural alteration of buildings or structures may otherwise be made if such changes do not encroach into an existing front yard, side yard, or rear yard which is less than the minimum required yards for the district in which they are located.

  • Structural alteration of an existing dam that causes an Expansion of 20% or any decrease in impoundment Capacity.

  • Structural alteration of buildings or structures may otherwise be made if such changes do not further encroach into an existing front yard, side yard, or rear yard which is less than the minimum required yards for the district in which they are located.

  • Structural alteration does not include ordinary maintenance or repair, repainting an existing sign surface, including changes of message or image, exchanging painted and pasted or glued materials on painted wall signs, or exchanging display panels of a sign through release and closing of clips or other brackets.


More Definitions of Structural alteration

Structural alteration means any change to the supporting members of a building including foundations, bearing walls, or partitions, columns, beams or girders, or any structural change in the roof or in the exterior walls.
Structural alteration means any change other than incidental repairs, in the supporting members of a building, such as bearing walls, columns, beams or girders.
Structural alteration means any change in the supporting members of a building such as bearing walls, columns, lintels, beams or girders or floor construction.
Structural alteration means an alteration which is of a permanent nature and which alters the form, structure or essential framework of a building on the inside or outside thereof, and the following shall be regarded as a structural alteration:
Structural alteration means any change in a sign or sign structure other than advertising message or normal maintenance.
Structural alteration means any action that changes the height, size, or shape of the sign or any action that affects the base or support(s) of the sign. When a sign is structurally altered, it ceases to be a legal nonconforming sign and must conform with the provisions of this chapter.
Structural alteration means any changes to an existing layout of space that will result in a change to the dimensions of a structure; involve the reconstruction, replacement or addition of exterior walls and/or foundation; or change the pitch of the existing roof.