IMSP and Development Regulation Amendments

An amendment to either the Integrated Municipal Sustainability Plan (IMSP) or the Development Regulations involves a change to either specific text or a specific map.  A text amendment may involve changing one work or many sections of the IMSP and/or Development Regulations, with no change to the land use mapping.  An example of a text amendment could involve the addition or removal of a condition for a specific use; i.e adding a condition that addresses reduced setbacks on side yards.  An amendment to the land use zoning maps could involve a change to the boundaries and designation of one, several or all zones.  If a zoning amendment is successful, the land is then capable of supporting all uses, permitted and discretionary, of the new zone. The City uses this webpage as one method of delivery to give notice to the residents of Corner Brook whenever a proposal has been requested to amend the IMSP or the Development Regulations.


Recently Proposed Amendments

MP/DR 19-03 – CRDA to RMD

Please take notice that the Corner Brook City Council is proposing to amend the City’s Integrated Municipal Sustainability Plan 2012 (i.e. the Municipal Plan) and 2012 Development Regulations.  Municipal Plan Amendment MP19-03 and the associated Development Regulations Amendment MP19-03 would allow Council to consider approval of a land use re-designation and rezoning from ‘Comprehensive Residential Development Area (CRDA)’ to ‘Residential Medium Density (RMD)’, to allow for the construction of a single dwelling at 701 O’Connell Drive.  A single dwelling is a prohibited use in the CRDA future land use designation and use class.  The proposed Amendments would re-designate and re-zone the CRDA portion of the subject property to RMD to allow the proposed development.  The proposed amendments are mapping changes.

Council requests that anyone wishing to provide comments on the proposed amendments do so in writing by 4:30 p.m., Friday, October 2, 2019. A response to this public notice shall form part of the public record. If you do not wish your name attributed to the comment, please advise the City when responding. Comments can also be emailed to planning@cornerbrook.com or forwarded to: City of Corner Brook, P.O. Box 1080, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6E1; Fax: 637-1514 prior to 4:30 p.m. October 2, 2019.

If you would like to receive more information on the proposal, please call 637-1553 or visit the Community, Engineering, Development and Planning Department during regular business hours, Monday to Friday between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm (see address below).

 

MP/DR 19-02

PUBLIC HEARING CANCELLATION

Please take notice that the Corner Brook City Council has cancelled the public hearing for proposed Municipal Plan Amendment MP19-02 and Development Regulations Amendment DR19-02. The public hearing was scheduled for 7:00 p.m., August 19, 2019 in Council chambers at City Hall. Where no objections were received—or no member of the public indicated they would like to attend the public hearing and make representation—by 7:00 p.m. on Aug 17, 2019, staff (as directed by Council) cancelled the public hearing in accordance with subsection 21(1) of the Urban and Rural Planning Act, 2000.

City Council will now be considering the proposed amendments for final approval at a regular meeting on August 26, 2019. If approved, the amendments must be submitted to the provincial government for ministerial approval and registration prior to legal enactment. In accordance with subsection 24(2), the amendments will not be in legal force and effect until notice of registration is given via the NL Gazette and Western Star.

Although the City is no longer accepting and considering objections for this amendment application, you may contact the Planning Office at 637-1554 during regular business hours (Monday to Friday) to receive additional information on the application and amendment process to date.

 

Click here to view the proposed Municipal Plan and Development Regulations amendments

Municipal Plan 19-02 Amendment Statement 

Development Regulation 19-02 Amendment Statement

 


Questions/Contact

Planning staff are available to respond to all concerns related to zoning and amendments.

Planning Department – 709-637-1553 or 709-637-1578


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