Montreal, Quebec – A villa at the top of a hilltop in the suburb of Leyva is one of the most luxurious in the city, with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a rooftop pool.

It’s a model for the rest of the city.

However, there’s one thing it doesn’t have: a rooftop.

That was the plan, according to a new report by the consulting firm Ivey.

It says the villa’s owner didn’t even have a rooftop to show the public, and it’s not surprising since the city doesn’t allow rooftop gardens.

“We were shocked that this was a feature that was not provided by the city,” said Marlene de Vries, an Ivey partner who is writing a report on the villas in Montreal.

“It’s not uncommon for the city to have only a few large buildings, and we found it hard to imagine that this villa was one of them.”

The city’s rooftop-building ban The city of Montreal has a rooftop ban, but only for certain buildings.

This is for example, a three-bedroom, four-bathroom building.

It can’t be built over an existing building.

And it only applies to buildings that are on public or private land.

In other words, it’s only a one-way street.

“The reason that we’re not allowed to build a large-scale rooftop garden, in our opinion, is that this is a very rare type of building that’s available in the real estate market,” said de Vriers.

“This type of structure is usually a private development that is designed to house one or two families, and therefore, the rooftop garden doesn’t fit in this category.”

Ivey found the villager had a rooftop that was on private property, which meant it could be built on a parcel of land.

That land could be private property in the first place.

But, if you’re a developer, you can build a small garden on a public land, which is what the villar’s owner did.

“Ivey was surprised by the villard’s lack of a rooftop,” de Vris said.

“He knew that if there was a rooftop garden on his land, the city would be more likely to allow it.”

Ive also found that a villa owner with no rooftop would be less likely to build one.

The study found that people who have rooftop gardens tend to live in neighbourhoods where the population density is lower, and tend to be older people, who tend to have more children.

But this is not a perfect rule, because you can have a lot of people in a small area.

“You may not be able to have a large number of people, but if you can’t have enough people, you’re not going to be able,” said De Vries.

“So, if your population density in your neighbourhood is too high, then you can get into a situation where you’re just having very small gardens.”

The problem for a city That’s a bit of a problem for the mayor of Montreal.

If you look at the number of new housing units that are built in Montreal every year, there are a lot more than a few rooftop gardens, according the city’s website.

“In my opinion, there should be a very large proportion of new apartments built in areas where the density of the population is lower and where there are large numbers of people,” said Jean-Pierre Blais, the mayor.

“If we have a high proportion of rooftop gardens then we have the potential to create a very high vacancy rate.”

Blais said he wants to see more development in the suburbs, like he saw in the 1980s when he was the mayor, where he allowed small-scale gardens on public land.

He said he was pleased to see the city start to build rooftop gardens in the last few years.

“But it’s going to take time.

I’ve seen a lot less of them in the past 10 to 15 years than I did 20 years ago.

We’re working on it,” said Blais.

“There is a lot that needs to happen.

We have a city that is going to change in the coming years, and if we want to maintain the quality of life in Montreal we have to do everything possible to bring in more people.”

The report says that in Montreal, the proportion of buildings that have rooftop is a much higher percentage than in other cities.

“With more than 50 per cent of all new residential units constructed in the Montreal area, it is a sign of good design, and an indicator of a good residential property,” said the report.

The report found that the number that have roof gardens is also a higher proportion than the population.

“When it comes to the number, the number is not high,” said Laetitia Deloit, the executive director of the Montreal office of the Institute of Municipal Affairs and a member of the municipal planning committee.

“However, it does suggest that there are better design practices,