What is a Development Permit?
A Development Permit is a permit issued under the zoning by-law, authorizing development, and may include a building permit. Development Permits, issued by the Planning Department, are required for Permitted Principal and Accessory Land Uses. A "Permitted use", means the use of land, building or structure provided in this zoning by-law for which a development permit shall be issued upon an application having been made, if the use meets all the requirements of this by-law. Click on the tables below to see if a land use is permitted within a specific zone.
Table 4-4 Principal Use Table from the Zoning By-law
What is a Minor Development Permit?
Development Permits are required for Permitted Principal and Accessory Land Uses and Minor Development Permits may be applied for and issued for proposed development that does not require Municipal Department Circulation.
What is a Major Development Permit?
Development Permits are required for Permitted Principal and Accessory Land Uses and Major Development Permits may be applied for and issued for proposed development that does require Municipal Department Circulation.
How do I know if I need a Development Permit?
The R.M. of Taché Zoning By-law requires that no person shall undertake development that is subject to this by-law without first obtaining a development permit. Section 2.8.2 Development Permits in the By-law, outlines the exceptions where a Development Permit is not required. Click on Section 2.8.2 Development Permits below.
How do I apply for a Development Permit?
Complete the application form below, or download the form here and submit to the department by e-mail (to [email protected]), dropping it off or mailing it to the R.M. Office.
What is the Application Fee for a Development Permit?
Minor Development Permits = $100.00
Major Development Permits = $300.00
How do I pay the Development Permit Application Fee?
1.) Cash (Pay at the R.M. Office)
2.) Cheque (Pay at, or mail to, the R.M. Office)
3.) Debit (Pay at the R.M. Office)
4.) E-Transfer (Send to [email protected] and in the message field write "planning")
5.) Invoice (Issued the month the file goes to public hearing and can be paid by any of the methods listed above. Note: you must be the owner of the property)