Area Structure Planning
An Area Structure Plan, Outline Plan, and Neighborhood Plans are very important documents that help guild the development of municipalities. These documents provide information on items such as land use, transportation, servicing, and stormwater management. BASE has an experienced team of engineers and planners who are able to provide the expertise needed for the preparation and adoption of these documents.
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The Area Structure Plan (ASP) is a high-level planning document that guides the development of a specific area within a municipality. It provides a framework for the coordination of land use planning, infrastructure, transportation, and servicing needs. The ASP is adopted by the council and is used to evaluate development proposals, subdivisions, and land use changes.
The Outline Plans (OP) are policies that guide the evaluation of proposals for land use, development, and subdivision within a municipality. They provide direction for decision-making to ensure that all proposals are evaluated thoroughly and their impact on the community is assessed.
The Neighborhood Plans (NP) regulate the use and development of land and buildings within specific neighborhoods in a municipality. They establish zoning districts, allowable uses, and development permit application procedures. Our team of Planners has extensive experience in the preparation and updating of these plans, as well as their implementation within the municipalities.