Mount Royal, March 3, 2008 – A lecture entitled « Residential architecture in the Town of Mount Royal » will be given in French on March 12 at 19:00 at Town Hall, located at 90 Roosevelt Avenue. There will be a $10 admission charge.
Presented by Heritage Montreal, the lecture is made to measure for Mount Royal and is mainly aimed at homeowners who intend to renovate and showcase their property, as well as real estate agents who work in the Town’s territory.
The lecture will provide participants with an opportunity to learn more about Mount Royal’s architectural styles and to get acquainted with the various provisions of the By-Law governing all construction and renovation work on Town territory, namely By-Law No.1317, with respect to Site Planning and Architectural Integration (PIIA).
The team of experts, which includes members of the Heritage Montreal staff and architectural consultants, will also inform participants about the standards in effect in the Town of Mount Royal that will enable them to succeed, in accordance with good architectural practices, when undertaking a renovation or maintenance project for a property.
Heritage Montreal is an independent organization working for the promotion and protection of the city’s architectural and social heritage.
The lecture will be given in French and exchanges may also take place with participants in English.
Onsite registration and payment of a $10 admission charge on the evening of the lecture.
This exceptional lecture on Residential Architecture in Mount Royal demonstrates the commitment of Town Administration to preserving the unique personality and architectural richness of the Town that make it such a pleasant and sought after place to live.