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​Guidance Document For Developments And Subdivisions Where Onsite Sewage Systems Are Proposed


Health Regions are consulted to help Community Planning resolve compliance with the following:

The Subdivision Regulations:
Considerations to be taken into account by approving authority

14.  In making a decision as to whether or not to approve an application for subdivision approval, the approving authority shall:

(b) consider the suitability of the land for the proposed subdivision having regard to:     

(v)    the availability and adequacy of a water supply, a sewage disposal system and solid waste disposal
(vii)   the existing and prospective uses of land in the vicinity;
(xiii)  the need to minimize the likelihood of air, water or soil pollution by the subdivision or the need to protect the subdivision from such pollution by outside influences;

Last Modified: Thursday, September 29, 2016 |
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