7.160 Notification of Development Permit Decisions

1.1. On the same day a Development Permit application is approved, the Development Planner must send a notice to the applicant containing:
 
1.1.1. a description of the development;
1.1.2. the date of the decision; and 
1.1.3. the right to appeal any conditions of that decision.
1.2. Within 7 days of a Development Permit being approved, the Development Planner must ensure the information specified in Subsection 1.1 is published on a publicly accessible web page.
Discretionary Development
1.3. Within 7 days of a Development Permit application for a Discretionary Development being approved, the Development Planner must send a notice by ordinary mail to:
 
1.3.1. each property owner of the Site, or part of the Site, that is the subject of the Development Permit;
1.3.2. the municipal address and the address of property owners that are wholly or partially within 60.0 m of the boundaries of the Site which is the subject of the Development Permit;
1.3.3. the president of any applicable community leagues; and
1.3.4. the executive director of any applicable business improvement areas.
1.4. The Development Planner must increase the 60.0 m notification boundary required in Subsection 1.3.2 if they determine that Sites beyond 60.0 m are likely to experience any impact attributable to the proposed development.
1.5. The notice specified in Subsection 1.3 must contain:
 
1.5.1. a description of the development; 
1.5.2. the date of the decision; and
1.5.3. the right to appeal that decision.
Refused Development Permit Applications 
1.6. On the same day a Development Permit application is refused, the Development Planner must send a notice to the applicant containing:
 
1.6.1. a description of the development;
1.6.2. the date of the decision;
1.6.3. the reasons for refusal; and
1.6.4. the right to appeal that decision.
Mail Delivery Stoppage
1.7. During any ordinary mail delivery stoppage, the notice of any Development Permit decision must be given by other alternative means that the Development Planner may specify.

 

2.1. Regulations specified in Subsection 2.2 apply to:
 
2.1.1. all lands zoned RS, RSM, RM, RL, CN, MUN, or MU; or
2.1.2. any Site, at the discretion of the Development Planner.
2.2. Development Permit notification Signs must comply with the following:
 
2.2.1. A minimum of 1 Sign must be posted on-Site for the purpose of notification of a Development Permit being issued for new principal building construction and any associated demolition.
2.2.2. Signs must be located on-Site within 2.0 m of, and be readable from, a Front Lot Line or Flanking Side Lot Line.
2.2.3. Signs must be placed within 14 days of a Development Permit becoming valid in compliance with Section 7.190, and prior to any construction or demolition on-Site.
2.2.4. Signs must remain posted and readable on-Site until final occupancy has been issued by the City.
2.2.5. Signs must have a minimum Sign Area of 0.2 m2 and a maximum Sign Area of 1.5 m2
2.2.6. The design and Copy of the sign must be to the satisfaction of the Development Planner and include:
 
2.2.6.1. contact information for the applicant, contractor, or property owner;
2.2.6.2. contact information for the City;
2.2.6.3. the municipal address of the Site of the Development Permit;
2.2.6.4. a description of the approved development, including the Use;
2.2.6.5. the City file number for the Development Permit; and
2.2.6.6. any other information as required by the Development Planner.