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  • (j)

    The construction of any accessory apartment must be in conformity with the State Building Code.

    • 18.05

      Application Procedure

  • (a)

    The procedure for the submission and approval of a Special Permit for an Accessory Dwelling Unit in Owner-Occupied, Single Family Dwellings shall be the same as prescribed in Section 24.09 of the Sturbridge Zoning Bylaw, and the Rules and Regulations for Special Permit that have been adopted and amended from time to time by the SPGA, except that the application shall include a notarized letter of application from the owner(s) attesting that he/she will occupy one of the dwelling units on the premises.

  • (b)

    Upon receiving a Special Permit, the owner(s) must file for the subject property a Declaration of Covenants at the Worcester District Registry of Deeds. The Declaration shall state that the right to rent a temporary accessory unit ceases upon transfer of title. A time-stamped copy of the recorded Declaration shall be provided to the SPGA.

    • (c)

      In order to provide for the development of housing units for disabled and handicapped individuals, the SPGA will allow reasonable deviation from the stated conditions where necessary to install features that facilitate access and mobility for disabled persons.

      • 18.06

        Transfer of Ownership of a Dwelling with an Accessory Dwelling Unit

  • (a)

    The temporary Special Permit for an accessory unit in an owner-occupied, a single family dwelling shall terminate upon the sale of property or transfer of title of the dwelling, unless the SPGA has approved a transfer of the Special Permit to the new owner.

  • (b)

    The new owner(s) must apply for transfer of a Special Permit for an accessory unit in an owner occupied, single family dwelling and shall submit a notarized letter of application attesting that he/she/they will occupy one of the dwelling units on the premises and a written request to the SPGA stating that conditions at the time of the original application remain unchanged. Minor changes may be approved without a hearing.

    • (c)

      Upon receiving the transferred Special Permit, the new owner(s) must file for the subject property a Declaration of Covenants at the Worcester District Registry of Deeds. The Declaration shall state that the right to rent a temporary accessory unit ceases upon transfer of title. A time-stamped copy of the recorded Declaration shall be provided to the SPGA.

      • 18.07

        Accessory Units in Existence Before the Adoption of the Accessory Dwelling Unit Bylaw

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