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Superior Court orders ‘Big Blue Monster’ home in Brampton demolished – July 26, 2017 CityNews

The photo is from the link posted at the page you are now treading. Caption reads: A half-built monster home on Centre Street in Brampton in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS

The photo is from the link posted at the page you are now reading. Caption reads: A half-built monster home on Centre Street in Brampton in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS

A July 26, 2017 CityNews article is entitled: “Superior Court orders ‘Big Blue Monster’ home in Brampton demolished.”

The opening paragraphs read:

Ontario’s Superior Court has ordered a 6,600-square-foot Brampton monster home at the centre of a four-year dispute to be demolished.

Two city councillors confirmed the half-finished house at 443 Centre St. N. – which has become known as the “Big Blue Monster” – must be taken down by the end of November.

“Yesterday, the Superior Court issued a demolition order for the house,” councillors Grant Gibson and Elaine Moore said in a joint statement on Wednesday.

“The court has ordered that the unfinished house must be demolished in its entirety within 120 days, which means that it will be removed before the end of November.”

The councillors said the city has been designated the area a “Mature Neighbourhood,” which means any new development must maintain and preserve its character.

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