Municipal Planning Documents
Intermunicipal Development Plans (IDP), Municipal Development Plans (MDP), and Land Use Bylaws(LUB) are vital policies used to guide and regulate the planning and development of municipalities. Our team of Planners have a strong background in the preparation and updating of these documents as well as the implementation within the municipalities.
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The Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) is a mutual agreed upon framework between two adjoining municipalities, adopted by both councils, to foster coordination of land use planning, economic development, servicing, and transportation needs of the areas adjoined by the municipal boundaries.
The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) is a policy to guide the evaluation of all proposals for land use, development, and subdivision throughout a Municipality. It is vital to decision making that all proposals be given complete evaluations to determine the implications of the development on the community.
The Land Use Bylaw(LUB)regulates the use and development of land and buildings within a municipality. It sets out the various zoning districts, the uses acceptable under each district, and the method for making decisions on development permit applications. Our team of Planners have a strong background in the preparation and updating of these documents as well as the implementation within the municipalities.