A Conditional Use is a use of land or building that may be allowed under a Zoning By-law. Certain uses are deemed Conditional based on their unique characteristics that cannot properly be classified in any particular zone or zones without consideration of the impact of those uses upon neighbouring properties.
The R.M. of Taché Zoning By-law contains a Principal Use Table and Accessory Use Table that identifies Permitted ("P") and Conditional ("C") and Not Permitted ("-") with a specific zone. Click on the tables below.
A Conditional Use Application also requires a Letter of Intent to be submitted. Download the Sample Letter of Intent to assist with the application process.
The Application Form can be submitted in the following ways:
1.) E-mail Application Form and Required Documents to [email protected]
2.) Complete the Application Form and drop off Application Form and Required Documents at the Municipal Office (Please write "ATTN: Brant Bosiak" on documents)
3.) Schedule an appointment with our department to complete the Application Form in person at the Municipal Office. Contact Brant Bosiak, Planning & Development Officer at 204-878-3321 Ext. 111 or e-mail [email protected]
Disclaimer: Submitting an application prior to the deadline does not guarantee that the application will be on the next public hearing agenda. It is dependent on the number of applications received by the department and if an application requires further documents to be submitted and reviewed prior to being scheduled for a public hearing. Please contact the Planning & Development Department to confirm when an application may be scheduled for public hearing.
New Development = $250.00 + Mailing Costs
Existing/Non-Compliant Development = $500.00 + Mailing Costs
If the Applicant is not the property owner, the the Application Fee is required once the Application is complete. As public hearings are required for Conditional Uses, please contact the planning department to confirm total application costs including the mailing costs. Below are the following types of payment accepted:
1.) E-Transfer - Send to [email protected] (In message field type “Planning”) Click here for further instructions
2.) Mail Cheque - Mailing Address: Rural Municipality of Taché, 28007 MUN 52N, Dufresne, MB, R5K 0N7)
3.) Pay by Cheque, Debit or Cash at the Municipal Office - 28007 MUN 52N, Corner of PR 206 & HWY 1 (Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm)
If the Applicant is the property owner, an invoice will be issued. Once an invoice is received, it can be paid by E-transfer, mailing a cheque or visiting the Municipal Office.
“Home business” means non-offensive light manufacturing activities and small businesses that may be permitted as a second use, in addition to the principal use. Home Businesses are considered Accessory Uses and may be allowed on the same zoning site as a Principal Use. The Accessory Use Table 3-5 identifies that Home Businesses are Conditional ("C") within most zones and a Conditional Use Application will be required. If there is a "-" in the table for a zone that means it is Not Permitted.
Download and complete the Conditional Use Application Form for Home Businesses. A Conditional Use Application for Home Businesses also requires a Letter of Intent to be submitted. Download the Sample Letter of Intent to assist with the application process.
New Home Businesses = $250.00 + Mailing Costs
Existing/Non-Compliant Home Businesses = $500.00 + Mailing Costs
“Secondary suite”, means a self-contained accessory dwelling unit located either within a permanent, detached, single-unit dwelling, or in an accessory building, on a single zoning site. A secondary suite contains a single housekeeping unit and has its own separate access, cooking, sleeping and sanitary facilities which are separate from and not shared with those of the principal dwelling. This use does not include two-unit dwellings or multiple-unit dwellings. Secondary Suites are considered Accessory Uses and may be allowed on the same zoning site as a Principal Use. The Accessory Use Table 3-5 identifies that Secondary Suites are Conditional ("C") within most zones and a Conditional Use Application will be required. If there is a "-" in the table for a zone that means it is Not Permitted.
Download and complete the Conditional Use Application Form for Secondary Suites. A Conditional Use Application for Secondary Suites also requires a Letter of Intent to be submitted. Download the Sample Letter of Intent to assist with the application process.
New Secondary Suites = $350.00 + Mailing Costs
Existing/Non-Compliant Secondary Suites = $500.00 + Mailing Costs
Aggregate Quarry, or Resource Extractions, means the quarrying and/or extraction of surface or subsurface minerals and natural resources including aggregate, forestry products and peat moss. Resource Extractions are Conditional ("C") within the "AL" Agriculture Limited, "AG" Agriculture General and "AR" Aggregate Resource Zones.
Note: As per Section 169(5) of the Planning Act, the public hearing notices for all Aggregate Quarry Application must be sent to the Minister of the Province at least 60 days before the public hearing is scheduled.
Download and complete the Conditional Use Application Form for Aggregate Quarries. A Conditional Use Application for Aggregate Quarries also requires a Letter of Intent to be submitted. Download the Sample Letter of Intent to assist with the application process.
New Aggregate Quarry Operations = $300.00 + Mailing Costs
Existing/Non-Compliant Aggregate Quarry Operations = $500.00 + Mailing Costs
Conditional Use Approvals expire after 1 year from Council’s decision. The Applicant may make an application to Council for an extension for 12 months (1 year), and if more time is needed, they may apply for a second extension for 12 months (1 year).
Download and complete the Extension Variance Order & Conditional Use Application Form.
Application Fee = $100.00
The Planning Committee is comprised of members of Council and the LUD Committees of Lorette and Landmark. The Planning Committee review applications for Conditional Uses for Multi-Unit Residential consisting of 10 or More Units, Commercial and Industrial Development. They will review the proposals prior to, or after, a formal application has been made.
Note: Every application will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and Administration may require an application not listed above to be reviewed by the Planning Committee to provide recommendation to Council.