More than 50 properties in St. Catharines have been added to a list that will allow the city to investigate their heritage value before their owners could ever be allowed to demolish them.
City council agreed to add 52 residential and commercial properties to the register of non-designated cultural heritage properties this week.
It’s the first time the register has been updated in 11 years.
Councillors removed eight properties from a proposed list of 60 due to requests from their owners, with three of them being sent back to the city’s heritage advisory committee for further review.
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