Application for Amendments to the Official Plan, Zoning By-law, Removal of the "H", and Temporary Use By-law.
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Planning Services only requires 2 collated paper copies of plans and reports as well as electronic files of the full submittal.
- Official Plan,
- Zoning By-law,
- to remove the "H" from the subject property, and
- a Temporary Use By-law;
It is pursuant to one of more of the following Sections 22, 34, 36, and/or 39 of the Ontario Planning Act, as amended.
Prior to submitting consult with a land use planner to discuss the application.
Note: Our flat fee is non-refundable and payable upon submission of the application. The above application fees have been adopted and approved under By-law No. 2017 - 093 by the Council of the Town of Collingwood.
Consult these links to determine if your property falls with the jurisdiction of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) or the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA) additional fees and approvals may be necessary. It would be prudent to contact them in conjunction with this application. The Corporation of the County of Simcoe applies additional fees to planning applications. Contact the County directly at 1-705-726-9300 for information related to their respective fee submission(s) and application(s).
Comments The comments above are made to the best of our knowledge using all of the information and resources available at the posting time. The information contained herein is believed to be correct, however, the Town assumes no liability for negligence, inaccuracies or omissions. Please contact Planning Services at 705-445-1290. You are welcome to make a personal examination of the applicable information at Planning Services located at 55 Ste. Marie Street, Unit 302, Collingwood, Ontario. We are situated in the Municipal Offices on the 3rd floor of Collingwood Public Library.
Planning Act Individuals who make written submissions with respect to a Planning Act application should be aware that their submission and any personal information in their correspondence will become part of the public record and made available to the Applicant, Committee and Council.