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An HCA – Not the same as a heritage designation…

IT’S EASY TO CONFUSE a Heritage Conservation Area (HCA) with heritage designation. The two are not the same. Heritage designation applies to a certain feature or building, usually a house. An HCA, on the other hand, applies to an area and all the features and buildings within it. It permits both demolitions and new building, but strives to provide protection of the valued features which define the character of the entire area.

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