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All swimming pools that are capable of holding water over 24 inches deep, including inflatable pools, require a building permit and must comply with the NYS Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code for barriers.
A building permit is required if the structure has an area greater than 10 square metres (about 108 square feet), is attached to another structure regardless of size, or contains plumbing.
As a general rule, your pool should occupy around 25% to 35% of the available space \u2013 45% if you are passionate about it. For a small or medium-sized pool (20-30 square meters), you will need a yard of about 150 square meters. Then, there is the question of the type of pool to consider as well.
For a residential property, a permit will cost a minimum of $174. Permits for non-residential properties will cost a minimum of $292. You will need to pay a $20 administrative fee when you submit your request online.
Following a number of drowning incidents involving young children in 2010, Ontario's coroner recommended a requirement that all private pools be surrounded by a fence, including one separating the house from the pool.

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You may need a permit to a pool at a 1- or 2-family residential building. All pools must meet the following requirements: There must be a 4-foot high fence all the way around in-ground pools with a closed, child proof, self-closing gate.
All swimming pools that can hold 36 inches or more of water require an enclosure permit. This includes in-ground, above-ground and temporary pools. If your hot tub has a lockable cover, you don't need a permit.
A swimming pool in residential zones or any zone used for residential purposes may occupy a portion of the required rear yard, but in no case shall the outer walls of the pool be less than five (5) feet from an interior side property line or rear property line or building or be less than ten (10) feet from any side ...
The CPSC recommends surrounding all pool areas with childproof fencing and gates, and that goes for above-ground pools, too. Above-ground pools have elevated edges that toddlers can't reach, but stairs and ramps that provide access to the pool's surface should be secured with gates and childproof locks.
Swimming pools generally need to be at least 1000mm from the boundary. The boundary can be your backyard fence or a barrier that is suitable to be classified as a boundary fence.

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