Acknowledgements and Planning Applications
Acknowledgment of the Planning Act and Freedom of Information
Personal information on these forms is collected under the authority of the Planning Act, R.S.O 1990, c. P.13, as amended, and will be used to contact the applicant regarding the progress of their application. This information will be used by the Town and relevant agencies for processing of this application and will also be available to members of the public inquiring about the application and is subject to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.56, as amended.
Acknowledgment of Public Information
The applicant grants the Town of Collingwood (TOC) permission to reproduce, in whole or in part, any document submitted as part of a complete application for internal use, inclusion in staff reports, or distribution to the public either online or through other means for the purpose of application review. The applicant agrees to provide in electronic form, to the TOC for internal and external use and distribution to the public either online or through other means for the purposes of application review.
If the applicant believes there may be a security risk by allowing the public access to any portion of these documents, the applicant must indicate the portion of the document(s) to which this concern applies, along with supporting documentation outlining the reasons for concern, along with the document submitted as part of the application. Planning Department Professionals or delegates will consider, but will not be bound to agree with, such submissions prior to reproduction, in whole or in part, any identified portions for internal use, inclusion in staff reports, or public distribution via electronic means.
Development applications are published on the Proposed Major Developments page, accessible by clicking the link below.
The Owner/Applicant/Agent acknowledges and agrees that: All costs incurred by the municipality processing this application will be borne by the payee/applicant as deemed fit by the Municipality. In addition, the Town may require further or other reports that it determines are necessary to address such exceptional circumstances which may or not be sent directly to the agency. As described and implemented by Official Plan Amendment #16, these may include but are not limited to, engaging peer review consultants to evaluate the proposal, and supporting submissions shall also be borne by the payee/applicant.
The Treasury Department/Finance schedule is accessible via the button below, and outlines the current fees as well as other notable items.