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24-D0020

Legal Land Description: Lot 1, Block 2, Plan 2220664 within SW 4-55-2 W5M; 2328 HWY 37

Description: Use existing shop for repair business & unlit 4.0' x 7.0' sign in the back of a truck for business identification.

Appeal Body: Land and Property Rights Tribunal

Appeal Deadline: April 29, 2024


This Development Permit has been approved or conditionally approved under the provisions of the Land Use Bylaw. This list does not include Permitted Uses. Interested parties are encouraged to contact the Planning and Development department Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to request additional information on a permit.

Anyone who claims to be affected and who wishes to lodge an appeal against any of the above developments must do so in writing on the applicable form on or before 4:30pm on the above noted date. Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, c/o Lac Ste. Anne County, Planning & Development department, Box 219, Sangudo, Alberta, T0E 2A0.

PLEASE NOTE: Lac Ste. Anne County requires that a non-refundable fee of $250.00 be paid for every appeal served on the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board. Fees may be paid by Cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Interac or Cash OR send to: Land and Property Rights Tribunal, 2nd Floor, 1229 91 Street SW, Edmonton, AB T6X 1E9

Email: [email protected]
Website: alberta.ca/subdivision-appeals.aspx

The required appeal form may be obtained by contacting the Land and Property Rights Tribunal or on the LPRT website. The Land and Property Rights Tribunal (formerly Municipal Government Board) hears subdivision and development appeals where there is a provincial interest. Otherwise, the appeals are heard by the local Subdivision and Development Appeal Board. The Tribunal hears appeals of development authority decisions where the land that is the subject of the application is: the subject of a license, permit, approval or other authorization granted by the Natural Resources Conservation Board, Energy Resources Conservation Board, Alberta Energy Regulator, Alberta Energy and Utilities Board or Alberta Utilities Commission; the subject of a license, permit, approval or other authorization granted by the Minister of Environment and Parks.

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