Government of New Brunswick (Canada)
Government of New Brunswick (Canada) Resources
The purposes of this Act are as follows: a) to support the development of environmentally, economically, socially and culturally sustainable communities; b) to enable the articulation of provincial priorities and to guide regional and local planning decisions in the development of communities; and c) to enable co-operation between local governments, local service districts, regional service commissions and other jurisdictions and agencies in the delivery of planning services and infrastructure development.
The present Act lays down provisions relating to land survey in the province of New Brunswick. In particular, the Act sets out details of land surveying procedures. Section 2 establishes that the Service New Brunswick shall establish and maintain a system of plane rectangular coordinates for locating points on the earth’s surface. A surveyor with at least five years experience as such shall be designated as Director of Surveys by Service New Brunswick.
The present Act lays down provisions relating to the Planning Appeal Board. The Board is responsible for hearing property assessment appeals, appeals of land use and planning decisions from throughout New Brunswick and hearing appeals of local heritage review Boards decisions under the Municipal Heritage Preservation Act. The Board is comprised of 11 regional panels from around the province, each consisting of a common chairperson and two members appointed from the respective region. The text consists of 27 sections.
This Regulation implements the Crown Lands and Forests Act by making detailed provisions on leasing. The Regulation distinguishes the classes of leases of Crown lands, defines respective rentals and the conditions for issuing leases and for their management.
Implements: Crown Lands and Forests Act (S.N.B. 1980, c. C-38.1). (2014-05-01)
Repealed by: Lands Administration Regulation - Crown Lands and Forests Act (N.B. Reg. 2009-62). (2014-09-01)
The present Regulation enacts the Heritage Conservation Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions concerning the criteria for archeological objects, provincial heritage place designation criteria and permits. The text consists of 7 sections.
Implements: Heritage Conservation Act (S.N.B. 2009, c. H-4.05). (2013-06-21)