Reservoir Development Area Regulations (R.R.S. c. E-10.2 Reg. 1). | Land Portal

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This Regulation is dedicated to the management of areas designated as “reservoir development areas” as delimitated in the Appendix of the Regulation. Under section 3, a permit is required to construct or alter a structure within a reservoir development area; move a structure into or within a reservoir development area or employ a structure or land for any purpose within a reservoir development area. Sections 4 to 9 deal with the application, issuance, requirements and cancellation of such permits. For the purpose of controlling the use established in a land use district, 15 categories of land use districts are established (sect. 10) and no person shall establish any use in a land use district other than a use that is permitted for that category (sect. 11). Sections 13 to 27 are dedicated to every single category of districts. Section 30 specifies that, in case of conflict between these regulations and a zoning bylaw of a municipality located in the reservoir development area, the provision of these regulations prevail. The Regulation is completed by an Appendix that designates seven reservoir development areas.

Implements: Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (S.S. 2002, c. E-10.21). (2014)

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