Site Plan Control By-law
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Do I need a preliminary meeting before submitting a site plan application?
Answer
It is strongly recommended that a meeting be arranged with staff prior to submission of an application. This will give all parties an opportunity to review the project and determine the requirements for submission. It is anticipated that by mid-2008, preliminary meetings will be mandatory for all site plan applications.
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