Subdivisions

A subdivision application is a proposal to change a property as it is described on a Certificate of Title. Subdivision application can result in dividing a parcel of land into smaller pieces, or, re-arranging the location of the property boundaries.

Subdivision applications are reviewed by the Municipal Council, but ultimately decided on by the Red River Planning District Board.

An amendment to the Subdivision Regulation was approved in February 2017. As such, a Subdivision Application Map (SAM) prepared by a Manitoba land surveyor is required to accompany all subdivision applications effective September 1, 2017.

The SAM will provide assurance to the applicant, the municipality and review agencies that it accurately reflects property limits and does not create physical encroahments or omit important information. As a result, authorities can efficiently process subdivision applications knowing all the necessary and correct information is provided.

New Subdivision Application Requirements

Community and Regional Planning Newsletter - June 2017 Issue #3

Brochures

Subdivisions Steps & Application Checklist

Combined Hearings

R.M. of St Andrews - Subdivisions

R.M. of St. Clements - Subdivisions

R.M. of East St. Paul - Subdivisions

R.M. of West St. Paul - Subdivisions

City of Selkirk - Subdivisions

Village of Dunnottar - Subdivisions

Requirements

Subdivision Application Form

Combined Hearing Application

Conditional Approval Extension Application

Certificate of Approval Extension Application

Letter of Authorization (Required if someone is filling out the application on behalf of the applicant) tooltipLetter of Authorization - An authorization letter gives a third party permission to act on the owners behalf. In the event that the owner is not making the permit application, the owner will need to draft a letter providing the name of the persons authorized to make application for required development permit for proposed work to be completed. Letter must be signed and dated.