The purposes of this Act are the following: a) to establish the planning and development system in the province; b) to identify provincial interests that guide provincial and municipal planning decisions in the development of communities; c) to support the development of environmentally, economically, socially and culturally sustainable communities; d) to enable co-operation between municipalities, planning districts and other jurisdictions and agencies in the delivery of planning services and infrastructure development with communities; e) to provide for public participation in the planning process; f) to provide equitable dispute resolution and appeal processes. The text consists of 263 sections divided into 12 Parts as follows: Short title, interpretation and purposes (I); General provisions respecting powers (II); Establishment and functions of municipal approving authorities (III); Statutory plans (IV); Implementation plan (V); Planning commissions (VI); Subdivision of land (VII); Development levies and servicing fees (VIII); Dedicated land (IX); Public participation (X); Appeals (XI); Miscellaneous (XII).
Implemented by: Dedicated Lands Regulations (R.R.S. c. P-13.1 Reg. 2). (2005)
Implemented by: Dedicated Lands Regulations, 2009 (R.R.S. c. P-13.1 Reg. 3). (2009)
Implemented by: Statements of Provincial Interest Regulations (R.R.S. c. P-13.2 Reg. 3). (2012)
Implemented by: Subdivision Regulations, 2014 (R.R.S. c. P-13.2 Reg. 2). (2014)
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