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HOME Forums Forums Fire Code & Enforcement By-Law Prohibiting BBQ’s on Balconies – Yes/No? Reply To: By-Law Prohibiting BBQ’s on Balconies – Yes/No?

Mathew WilliamsonMathew Williamson

Hi Sheri, unless an identified fire hazard I would suggest not including a bbq in the open air burning and prohibiting same.  Most of these buildings are either condominium corporations with by-laws for these types of things or have rules set for tenanted buildings.  Issue seems to regulate itself.  My thoughts.

Mat Williamson,

Fire Prevention Inspector – Burlington