The present Act provides for rules relative to land use planning and development in the province of Quebec. It contains at the outset a definition clause relating to various terms therein employed such as “alienation”, “commission”, “cadastral operation”, “minister”, “public agency”, “core city”. Thereafter the text deals with regulations of land use planning and development plan, effects of the coming into force of such a plan, amendment to and revision of the plan, joint land use planning commissions, planning by-law in unorganized territories, other by-laws of certain regional county municipalities, planting or felling of trees, territorial development plans, planning programme of a municipality, contents, preparation and adoption of such planning programmes, municipal planning by-laws, subdivision by-laws, zoning and subdivision by-laws respecting parks and natural areas, playgrounds and natural parks, building by-laws, permit and certificates, site planning and architectural integration programmes, municipal works agreement, conditional uses, specific construction, alteration or occupancy proposals for an immovable, occupancy and maintenance of buildings, constitution of planning advisory committees, agricultural advisory committees, government interventions, special planning zones, protection of lakeshores, riverbanks, littoral zones and flood plains, sanction and recourses.
Implemented by: Regulation respecting building permit information (CQLR c. A-19.1, r. 1). (2014-10-01)
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Government of Quebec (Canada)
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