Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study

Have Your Say - Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study Residents are invited to provide input for a feasibility study that will provide guidance to the project partners for the potential development of a regional multipurpose leisure centre.

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Land Use Bylaw Update

March 4 2019
 Land Use Bylaw Update

The Town of St. Paul has engaged ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. (ISL) to update the Land Use Bylaw (LUB). The LUB regulates and controls the use and development of land and buildings. It establishes the development authority, development permit approval process, as well as the process for land use redistricting applications. The framework for a LUB is established by the Municipal Government Act (MGA), and all municipalities are required to have one. The current LUB was approved in 2017, and the Town is undertaking a review to respond to changes to the MGA, federal legislation, and provide clarity to existing regulations.

What is a Land Use Bylaw and how does it affect me?

A Land Use Bylaw regulates and controls the use and development of land and buildings. It establishes the development permit approval and appeal process, as well as the process for land use redistricting applications. The framework for a Land Use Bylaw is established by the MGA, and all municipalities are required to have one.

Currently there is a Survey   for your input and closes March 22, 2019.
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