3 edition of The Laws of land use and development in Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
The Laws of land use and development in Nova Scotia
|Statement||edited by Peter McDonough, Barry Stuart.|
|Series||Dalhousie continuing legal education series ;, no. 17|
|Contributions||McDonough, Peter., Stuart, Barry., Dalhousie University. Faculty of Law. Public Services Committee., Continuing Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia., Community Planning Association of Canada. Nova Scotia Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||80489713|
The Municipality of the District of Lunenburg has a Subdivision By-law, which regulates how land is subdivided. All subdivision activity must comply with the requirements of this By-law. All subdivision activity must comply with the requirements of this By-law. An easement is the right to use another person's land for a stated purpose. It can involve a general area of the property or a specific portion. A right-of-way is a type of easement that gives someone the right to travel across property owned by someone else.
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3. Zone R2 Low Density Residential. 1 Objectives of zone • To provide for the housing needs of the community within a low density residential environment. • To enable other land uses that provide facilities or services to meet the day to day needs of residents. 2 Permitted without consen t. Home. In Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (other than Inuit-owned lands), surface rights are not automatically granted as part of a mineral claim or lease. A land-use permit may be required for any work under a mineral claim.
Nova Scotia, Canadian province located on the eastern seaboard of North America, one of the four original provinces that constituted the Dominion of Canada in Its capital city is Halifax. Learn more about Nova Scotia’s history, government, and points of interest in this article. Purpose of the Provincial Land Use Policies According to subsection 4(1) of the Act, the Provincial Land Use Policies are intended to “guide sustainable land use and development in the province”. Municipal councils and planning district boards preparing development plans or amendments need to consider the Provincial Land Use Policies during.
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Land-use Planning Providing space for the co-existence of various land uses takes planning, particularly in an urban environment where competition for land use is more intense than in rural areas. The earth′s surface is the common thread that links land uses.
Land Use By-laws (LUB) that divides the municipality into land use districts and establishes procedures for processing and deciding upon development applications.
They regulate the use and development of both land and buildings within the municipality, in order to ensure orderly, efficient development. Get this from a library.
The Laws of land use and development in Nova Scotia: proceedings for a conference held at the Faculty of Law, Dalhousie University, December[Peter McDonough; Barry Stuart; Dalhousie University. Faculty of Law. Public Services Committee.; Continuing Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia.; Community Planning Association of Canada.
Use the interactive mapping tool ExploreHRM to search for a land use zone based on an address, street or community. What is a plan area. Plan Areas are communities of interest which have their own set of land use by-laws and policies which specifically apply to them. Currently there are twenty-one community plan areas in Halifax Regional Municipality.
The Laws of land use and development in Nova Scotia: proceedings for a conference held at the Faculty of Law, Dalhousie University, December/ Author: edited by Peter McDonough, Barry Stuart. --Publication info: Halifax, N.S.: Faculty of Law, Dalhousie University, c Format: Book. Laws of Nova Scotia.
Under the Canadian constitution, the power to enact laws for the Province of Nova Scotia is divided between the federal Parliament of Canada (the Queen, the Senate and the House of Commons) and the provincial Legislature of Nova Scotia (the. This By-law shall take effect when approved by the Provincial Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations, whereupon any applicable previous Land Use By-law is repealed.
Application (New Section) This Land Use By-law shall apply to all lands within the boundary of the Town of Size: 1MB. Site plan development is a new planning tool in Nova Scotia. The Land Use By-law sets out guidelines under which a development may be permitted through the use of site plans such as: location of structures, screening from adjacent uses and landscaping.
Use Type: Development: Land Area: Acre: Price: 7, CAD (Convert to USD) Contract Status: For Sale: Description: Acres of future development land in Burnside Industrial Park, Nova Scotia Canada.
$ per square foot. Planning is commonly referred to as zoning. The Land Use By-law creates zones in which land use activities are managed. Each zone has a list of permitted land use activities, activities that may be restricted, be subject to a Development Agreement, or be prohibited within that particular zone.
Zone requirements and standards. The Municipality of Chester, as with all municipal units in Nova Scotia, has a set of official planning documents that have been formally adopted by Council. They are: Municipal Planning Strategy (and maps) - a document that sets the direction for future land use in.
Nova Scotia is Canada's second-smallest province in area, after Prince Edward province's mainland is the Nova Scotia peninsula, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and including numerous bays and e in Nova Scotia is more than 67 km (42 mi) from the ocean. Cape Breton Island, a large island to the northeast of the Nova Scotia mainland, is also part of the province, as is Area rank: Ranked 12th.
The Town of Yarmouth is the regional centre of South Western Nova Scotia. The Town's population of people literally doubles on weekdays with the influx of workers and students from surrounding areas.
Yarmouth is the financial, business, education, and lifestyle centre for people who live in the tri-counties of Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne. In Antigonish County, there are six Plan Areas for which Planning Strategies and Land Use By-laws are in effect.
Links to the most current versions of these Planning Strategies and Land Use By-laws can be found on the Plan Documents page of the Eastern District Planning Commission Website. If your development proposal does not fit into the designation or zoning that applies to your land, you.
Nova Scotia Land Use Classification System - User's Guide. Download ( MB) Description of document contents: Land use classification system developed with the intent of being the standard land use classification system in Nova Scotia.
User Guide is. Known as the Hub of Nova Scotia, Truro is home to more t residents and a thriving business community. Truro boasts amenities that no other Town can offer: Victoria Park; a natural woodland park of roughly acres in the centre of town, home of the.
Service Nova Scotia oversees the Nova Scotia Cemetery and Funeral Services Act, and the Embalmers and Funeral Directors Act, and deals with complaints or concerns under those laws. Contact Service Nova Scotia at 1 or and knowledge of those statutes of Nova Scotia which relate to the practice of land surveying as well as Association legislation.
Method 2. The examination refers to Statute Law of Nova Scotia with text provided, Land Surveyors Act, Regulations, By-laws and Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice is written in a 3-hour sitting.
This book is a fantastic look at the history of land use law and economics in the US. He not only covers a variety of court cases, but often times has actually visited the sites in question in order to describe by: Resource Management Act - primary environmental legislation, outlining the government's strategy of managing the "environment, including air, water soil, biodiversity, the coastal environment, noise, subdivision, and land use planning in general".
Amherst is the largest town in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia with a population of 9, and growing. Located approximately two hundred kilometers northwest of the province capital Halifax, and three kilometers from Nova Scotia / New Brunswick Border, Amherst is positioned in the geographic center of the Maritime Provinces.Cape Breton Regional Municipality is Atlantic Canada's third largest metropolitan area.
City Hall is located on the harbourfront in downtown Sydney. Located on the eastern side of Cape Breton Island, one of the most scenic islands in the world, CBRM has a population of approximatelyresidents. Cape Breton's unofficial welcome is "Céad Míle Fáilte".
Across Nova Scotia, each municipality is responsible for making and enforcing zoning requirements. These zoning requirements are found in land use by-laws.
HRM: Amalgamation and Residential Zoning. For this article, I am going to focus on the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), as it has some unique challenges when it comes to zoning.