Section 423 of The Municipal Act applies, with necessary changes, to a copy of a record of a planning district that has been certified to be a true copy of the original record by a designated employee or officer of the district. Where the minister is the approving authority the fee to apply for a subdivision is $475. The councils of two or more municipalities may apply to the minister to establish a planning district. The approving authority must send a copy of the certificate of approval to, (b) the council, except if the council is the approving authority; and. (b) the council of an incorporated community is deemed to be a municipal council. 2013, c. 37, s. 2; S.M. h�b``�f``:����®� "@1V �pm���0�)އ�~�/`PI���``4���h +��@Z�%�"�@�D'� A condition imposed on the approval of a conditional use may be changed only by following the same process required to approve a new conditional use under this Part. Use of existing building during construction. If the approving authority is a board or the council of a municipality, the board or the municipality may not issue the certificate of approval until after the deadline for an appeal under section 129 has passed, unless the minister agrees to an earlier date. A planning commission must be composed of at least three persons appointed by the board or council, and may consist. APPEALS CONCERNING AGGREGATE QUARRIES AND LARGE-SCALE LIVESTOCK OPERATIONS. Subject matter of consultation with school boards, As part of the consultations required by clause (1)(a.1), the board or council and a school board must identify, (a) the areas designated for new or intensified residential development within the planning district or municipality, including, (i) the projected number of dwelling units that may be developed in those areas over the long-range time frame specified in the development plan, and. (« permis de construction »), (a) in relation to a conforming construction agreement that deals with construction of a building, the authority having jurisdiction to issue a building permit in respect of the building; and, (b) in relation to a conforming construction agreement that deals with a variance to a zoning by-law, the municipality or planning district that made the by-law. No developer shall advertise that a school building is to be built or may be built on a parcel of land that is outside the City of Winnipeg. (a) the legal description of the land proposed to be subdivided and the name of the municipality in which that land is located; (b) the name and address of the applicant; (c) the name and address of the appellant; (d) if the decision being appealed relates to conditions imposed in a conditional approval, a description of the conditions being appealed. The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing. If money is required to be paid in place of dedicating lands, the council must specify that such a payment is required in a resolution under section 125. 2018, c. 14, s. 5. (a) the council of the municipality in which the affected property is located; or. Objections at planning commission hearing. h�ėkO#7���?�*��MZ!�%*,�вڑ?dF
I�����;���حTE�=������x�6� ��`R��)aP*��C���A������8&e��x&�!���� Section 217 comes into force on the later of the following: (b) the day section 4 of The Water Protection Act comes into force. Any condition recommended or required by a government department or other entity to which the application was referred by the approving authority. An arbitration of a claim under subsection (3) must be conducted by an arbitrator appointed under The Arbitration Act by the parties or, if they are unable to agree on an arbitrator, by an arbitrator appointed by the minister. In the case of a minor subdivision, the revocation of a conditional approval by the approving authority under subsection (1) has the effect of revoking any approval of the minor subdivision under section 125.1. (b) pass a resolution not to proceed with the by-law. (« district d'aménagement du territoire »). (iii) the construction or maintenance — at the owner's expense or partly at the owner's expense — of roads, traffic control devices, fencing, landscaping, shelter belts or site drainage works required to service the livestock operation. Using the Provincial Planning Regulation as a framework, these local authorities prepare development plans to chart future land use and development activity for their communities. 2005, c. 30, s. 217; S.M. A regional strategy must be generally consistent with provincial land use policies. If a planning district or municipality does not have a development plan by-law and a zoning by-law, the council must, before making its decision, (a) hold a public hearing to receive representations from any person on the proposed subdivision; and. For certainty, land dedicated for public reserve purposes or for school purposes under section 135, item 6(b) or (c), must be registered in the name of the applicable municipality, school division or school district in which the land is located. The board or council must not give third reading to the by-law until the minister has approved it under section 51. (iii) the declaration of an obsolete plan of subdivision; (b) to hear and decide appeals respecting applications for variances and for conditional uses referred to the authority in accordance with the regulations; (c) to advise and assist the minister on matters affecting land use planning within the area; and. S.M. A development application received by a planning district or municipality before the coming into force of this Act is to be dealt with in accordance with the process in effect in the district or municipality at the time the application was received. Subsection (1) applies to a parcel of land if, on the date the zoning by-law is enacted, a conditional approval for subdivision of the land has been issued by the approving authority under section 126 or 126.1 and the subdivision is registered in the land titles office by the deadline set out in the approval. (c) the identification of services and infrastructure development in the region in which co-operation between planning districts and municipalities could result in improved service or cost effectiveness. The minister may exercise the powers and is subject to the obligations of a planning district or municipality under subsections 88(2) to (4) and 148(6) when he or she makes a direction under this section. The application must include a copy of the proposed amendment. The minister may give the board or council written authorization to amend the development plan by-law without giving public notice, holding a hearing or submitting the amendment to the minister for approval, subject to any conditions set out in the authorization, if the minister is satisfied that, (a) the proposed amendment is a minor one that does not change the intent of the development plan; or. (d) the suitability of the zone for particular uses. Applications must be referred to the planning commission in accordance with the by-law. IMPLEMENTING LAND USE PLANNING IN SPECIAL PLANNING AREAS. As soon as practicable after giving third reading to the development plan by-law, the board or council must, (b) give the minister a copy of the development plan by-law in the form directed by the minister; and, (c) send a notice stating that the by-law has been adopted to, (i) every person who made a representation at the hearing held under subsection 46(1), and. The board, council or planning commission must send a copy of its order to the applicant and every person who made a representation at the hearing held under section 96. The order appointing members of the Inland Port Special Planning Authority must designate as chair of the authority a member of council of the Rural Municipality of Rosser. A planning district must operate exclusively as a corporation without share capital. Elkhorn is located approximately 105 kilometres (65 mi) west of Brandon This Act may be referred to as chapter P80 of the Continuing Consolidation of the Statutes of Manitoba. (a) a development permit has been issued in accordance with the applicable zoning by-law; and. A planning commission must hold hearings and make decisions respecting, (a) applications for variances referred to the commission in accordance with a by-law under section 95 (authority respecting variances); and. (ii) requiring shelter belts to be established; (c) requiring the owner of the affected property to enter into a development agreement dealing with the affected property and any contiguous land owned or leased by the owner, on one or more of the following matters: (i) the timing of construction of any proposed building. (« bâtiment »), "conditional use" means a use of land or a building that may be permitted under a zoning by-law. Subject to this Part, the council of a municipality is responsible for the adoption, administration and enforcement of the development plan by-law, zoning by-law and all other by-laws respecting land use and development for the municipality. (b) set out the ways in which the planning district or municipality will ensure that, in the provision of drinking water and wastewater services, (iii) the capacity and sustainability of the sources of water on which the services rely will not be exceeded, and. As a condition of making an amendment to a zoning by-law, the board or council may require the owner of the affected property to enter into a development agreement under section 150. A development plan is not required for land in unorganized territory. If the subdivision application is approved, the approval fee is $200. An inspection or enforcement action under section 175 must take place at a reasonable time and after reasonable notice has been given to the owner or occupier of the land or building. (b) the proposed development does not generally conform with the development plan by-law, zoning by-law, or secondary plan by-law, as adopted or amended. (vii) co-ordination of planning and development by planning districts and municipalities in the region, (viii) economic and social development; and. Only the following conditions may be imposed on the approval of a conditional use for a livestock operation involving fewer than 300 animal units, and any condition must be relevant and reasonable: (a) measures to ensure conformity with the applicable provisions of the development plan by-law, the zoning by-law and any secondary plan by-law; (b) one or both of the following measures intended to reduce odours from the livestock operation: (i) requiring covers on manure storage facilities. A delegation under subsection (1) may be subject to terms and conditions set out in the regulation. (b) promote co-operation between planning districts and municipalities in the delivery of services and development of infrastructure in the region. An appeal of a decision of a planning commission must be heard by the board or council that established the commission. Non-conformity may be altered by variance, The board or council may, on application by the owner, or a person authorized in writing by the owner, make a variance order authorizing. Subject to Part 10 (Northern Manitoba), this Act applies to the entire province except, (a) the City of Winnipeg, unless this Act specifically provides otherwise; and. Subsections (4), (6) and (7) do not apply in respect of a minor subdivision if the approving authority is the council. When the conforming construction agreement is registered in the appropriate land titles office, the agreement binds the owner or owners of the affected parcels of land, and their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns. (a) the proposed operation meets the applicable tests in subsection 116(1); (b) approval of the proposed operation is generally consistent with provincial land use policies; and. In this Part, the following terms have the same meaning as they have in The Northern Affairs Act: "community", "community council", "incorporated community". (b) to take any action authorized under this Act or a by-law to enforce or remedy a contravention of any matter referred to in clause (a). The approving authority may, in writing, revoke a conditional approval it has given, if it believes the approval was issued in error, in which case the applicant is entitled to be compensated for his or her expenses. After registration, no person may subdivide a parcel contained in a plan of subdivision to which the proposed by-law applies, without the approval of the approving authority. The applicable board, council or planning commission continues to have jurisdiction under the following provisions in respect of an order made under section 118.4, but may not require the owner of the affected property to enter into a development agreement under section 150 unless the Municipal Board requires a development agreement as a condition under clause 118.4(1)(b): (a) subsections 106(3) and (4) and section 110, in the case of an aggregate quarry; (b) subsection 116(4), in the case of a large-scale livestock operation. The designated employee or officer must send a copy of the order to the applicant, along with written notice of the applicant's right to appeal the order under subsection (6). (c) it is the same as or substantially similar to an earlier application that was refused within one year before the day when the new application is made. "property" means land and improvements on land, and includes, (a) an interest in land or an improvement on land; and, (b) air, surface and subsurface rights and interests in respect of land. A zoning by-law for a new residential development may require that a specified percentage of the dwelling units within the development offer affordable housing to low and moderate income households. Zoning by-laws respecting livestock operations must be generally consistent with the livestock operation policy of the planning district or municipality. (b) give notice of the hearing in accordance with section 169. Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a zoning by-law adopted under the former Act continues with the same effect as if it had been adopted under this Act. Members of a special planning authority who are not employees of the government are to be paid remuneration and expenses at rates set by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. S.M. Territorial subdivision Manitoba Document type Regulation Date 1987 (2016) Source FAO, FAOLEX Subject Food & nutrition Keyword Apiculture/sericulture Internal trade Processing/handling Institution Standards Food quality control/food safety Policy/planning Geographical … In this Part, "minister" means the minister appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council to administer The Northern Affairs Act. Establishment of other special planning authorities. At least 14 days before the date of hearing, the board, council or planning commission must, (iii) all adjacent planning districts and municipalities, and. Despite subsection 152(1), the minister appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council to administer this Act is the approving authority for any application to subdivide land in Northern Manitoba. (c) set out the procedure for applying for, and issuing development permits, non-conforming certificates, zoning memoranda and other similar documents, including the classes of minor development, if any, that do not require a development permit. If the size or dimensions of an existing parcel of land do not conform with a zoning by-law, the owner of the land may, (a) use the land for any use permitted under the by-law; and. When notice of a hearing is required to be given under this Act, it must meet the applicable requirements of this Division. A planning district or municipality that has adopted a regional strategy must, (a) when adopting a development plan by-law, or re-enacting, amending or replacing its development plan by-law after conducting a review of its development plan under section 59, ensure that the development plan by-law generally conforms with the regional strategy; and. 5 Manitoba Ombudsman Case 2015-0040, web version Subdivision legislation The requirements and policies for the approval of a subdivision application are set out in The Planning Act, the RRPD development plan (By-law No. (b) the non-conforming use, or non-conforming intensity of use, has been discontinued for more than 12 consecutive months; the land must not be used after that time except in conformity with the zoning by-law. (c) post a copy of the notice of hearing on the affected property in accordance with section 170. Upon disallowance, the by-law or the disallowed part of it ceases to be in effect and is deemed to be repealed. The Lieutenant Governor in Council may, by regulation, establish provincial land use policies to guide sustainable land use and development in the province. Limitation re non-conforming buildings and uses. An application for a development permit must be made, (a) to the board of the planning district in which the proposed development is located; or. (a) must be sent at least 14 days before the hearing to every owner of property located within 100 metres of the affected property; or. Subsection (4) does not apply if the council is the approving authority. If the approving authority believes an error or omission has been made in a conditional approval, certificate of approval or an unregistered plan of subdivision approved under this Part, it may make a correction without giving notice. (a) dealt with in the development plan by-law; (b) dealing with subdivision, design, road patterns, building standards or other land use and development matters; or. (« emplacement scolaire »), "secondary plan by-law" means a by-law adopting a secondary plan for a planning district or municipality under Part 4, and includes a secondary plan by-law prescribed for a special planning area under Division 3 of Part 2. A council must establish a reserve fund under The Municipal Act into which the levies are to be paid. For the purpose of this section, an easement does not have the effect of subdividing a parcel of land, and is deemed not to create a break in the contiguity of the land. To set up an ... included in the subdivision from Manitoba Land Titles. (« ministre »), "municipality" means a city, town, village, rural municipality, local government district or other municipal organization formed or continued under The Municipal Act. 2018, c. 14, s. 4. Note: Earlier consolidated versions are not available online. (b) consult with a person who is a registered professional planner within the meaning of The Registered Professional Planners Act. (b) as an exception to section 125, provide that the application is to be referred to a designated employee or officer of the municipality and authorize the employee or officer to approve the application. The council must provide the approving authority with a certified copy of any resolution it makes under this section. Regulations may authorize different process for minor matters. If the minister makes a referral under section 49, the Municipal Board must, (a) hold a public hearing to receive representations from any person on the objection, question or issue referred to it; and, (iii) every person who made a representation at the hearing held under subsection 46(1), and. The designated employee or officer must, upon request, produce identification showing that he or she is authorized by the planning district or municipality to conduct the inspection or enforcement action. If the application seeks to amalgamate two or more existing planning districts, the board of each district must, before the application is made, (a) have passed a resolution in support of the proposed amalgamation; and. APPLICATION OF PROVINCIAL LAND USE POLICIES. (c) the terms or conditions of a permit, approval or order made or issued under this Act. Within 30 days after holding the hearing, the Municipal Board must submit a report to minister setting out its recommendations on the objection, question or issue referred to it. A regulation under subsection (1) may apply to the whole or any part of the province. (« bâtiment scolaire »), "school division" means a school division as defined in subsection 1(1) of The Public Schools Act but does not include the francophone school division. After holding a hearing on a matter set out in subsection (1), the planning commission must provide the board or council with a report on the hearing, that includes, (b) the record of all representations made at the hearing; and. When a school board proposes to dispose of land dedicated under section 135, item 6(c), it must give public notice of the proposal and must hold a public hearing to receive representations from persons and entities who may be affected. (iv) is generally consistent with the applicable provisions of the development plan by-law, the zoning by-law and any secondary plan by-law. R. 13 / 2014 Repeal 10 The Subdivision Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 364 / 87, is repealed. (iii) a parcel of approximately equal area to the other parcel created by the subdivision of an entire quarter section where the parcels abut each other and either abut on a public road or are being consolidated with an adjoining parcel that abuts on a public road. 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