Application for a development permit shall be made to the County on an application form adopted by the County and shall include:
- Payment of a development permit application fee in accordance with the fee schedule adopted by resolution of Council.
- A certificate of title, no more than 30 days old, of all lands within the proposed development site
- A detailed description of proposed business activities
- Site plans and/or architectural drawings to the satisfaction of the development authority, showing the following:
- north arrow
- adjacent roads and highways
iii. existing and proposed vehicle accesses to the site
- rights-of-way and easements
- water courses and drainage courses
- location and identification of existing and proposed buildings and structures
- site dimensions and distances from property lines to proposed development
- dimensions of all proposed buildings and/or development areas on the site
- exterior building elevations showing height, horizontal dimensions and finishing materials of proposed buildings
- location and details of proposed landscaping, fencing and screening
- location and details of existing and proposed signs
- location and/or description of existing and proposed utilities
- location and dimensions of parking, loading and garbage containment areas
- other pertinent information required by the development authority respecting the site or adjacent lands
- Lot grading and/or storm water drainage plans shall be required for all commercial and industrial developments and any other applications, if in the opinion of the development authority, the proposed development is likely to significantly alter the natural drainage on the site or increase run-off onto adjacent lands.
- An application shall be considered incomplete and shall not be processed until all of the above items have been addressed to the satisfaction of the development authority.
- The development authority may require additional information to ensure that a proposed development complies with the bylaw, and further information may be required even after an application has been deemed to be complete.
- Development permit applications shall be required to include information regarding the proximity of oil and gas wells, sour gas facilities, sewage treatment plants or waste management facilities.
- A development permit application may be required to include a ground water and/or geotechnical analysis to the satisfaction of the development authority.
- Where requested information is of a technical or scientific nature, the development authority may require a report prepared or endorsed by a professional accredited to practice in Alberta and to the satisfaction of the development authority.
- Development located within 800 m (2624.7 ft.) of a primary or secondary highway, require the consent of Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation.