When do I need a Consent?
- To sever land for the purpose of creating a new lot
- For a partial discharge of a mortgage
- To lease land/structure in excess of 21 years
- To register easements and rights-of-way in excess of 21 years
- To convey a portion of a lot for the purpose of a lot addition to abutting lands
To ensure proper and orderly development, it may be more appropriate to submit an application for a Plan of Subdivision.
- Submit Pre-Application Consultation Form
- Consult City Service Units (Required)
- Submit Application to Committee of Adjustment
- Notice of Hearing and Circulation of Application
- Public Hearing and Decision Making Process
- Notice of Decision
- Final and Binding Decision
To ensure the City's interests are met and to appropriately assess the technical aspects of your proposal, the City requires the submission of a number of information items with your application. These are compulsory requirements (those that will be required for the majority of applications) and other possible requirements (those that are dependent upon the specifics of the application).
- While these requirements exceed the minimum established in the Planning Act, they are requested by the City and other municipalities in order to undertake an adequate level review.
- Not all of these requirements will apply to your proposal.
- Your Pre-Application Consultation meeting will determine which of these must be provided with your initial submission to consider your application complete.
- Submission of a complete application will expedite the City's review of your proposal. The level of detail required for the information items may vary widely depending on the nature of your property and your proposal. The requirements for, and scope of, any additional information can be determined during your Pre-Application Consultation meeting.
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For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call 519-255-6543