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Planning Notices

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The Town of Paradise regularly issues a variety of Planning Notices (Variance Use Applications, Discretionary Use Notices, and others).

The Town Discretionary Use Policy and Accessory Building Permit Policy outline applicable guidelines, requirements and procedures.

Notice of Discretionary Use Application: Civic # 41 Cardinal Crescent (Comments Due - August 24, 2018)

The Town of Paradise has received an application for approval to construct an accessory building with a floor area of 89 m2 and average height of 5.8 m at Civic # 41 Cardinal Crescent. The subject property is located within the Rural Residential Use zone in which the proposed accessory building height is considered discretionary. Council, at its discretion, may approve the height greater than 4.5 meters where the lot size is greater than 4050 m2.

This Notice of Discretionary Use is advertised in accordance with Sections 3.6 and Section 9.5 of the Town of Paradise Development Regulations, 2016. Any person who wishes to comment on the proposed development is asked to contact the Town of Paradise in writing by 4:00 p.m., Friday, August 24, 2018.

Please submit all correspondence to:

Jason L Slade
Development Technician
Planning & Protective Services
Telephone: (709) 782 - 1400
Facsimile: (709) 782 – 3603
Town of Paradise Municipal Plan And Development Regulations (2016)

Take notice that the Town of Paradise Municipal Plan and Development Regulations 2016, adopted on the 11th day of July 2017 and approved, as amended on the 19 day of September 2017, have been registered by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Environment.

In general terms, the Municipal Plan and Development Regulations 2016 introduces a new municipal land use plan and accompanying regulations, comprised of text and maps, for the Town of Paradise.

Created through a comprehensive public review process known as “Imagine Paradise”, the new Municipal Plan contains a vision for Paradise based on the key themes of healthy livable neighbourhoods, quality connected design, economic prosperity, environmental quality, investment in transportation and services and regional cooperation.

The Town of Paradise Municipal Plan and Development Regulations 2016 come into effect on the day that this notice is published in the Newfoundland and Labrador Gazette, and are now legally binding on the Town and all persons.  Anyone wishing to inspect a copy of the Town of Paradise Municipal Plan and Development Regulations 2016 may do so at the Town Hall, 28 McNamara Drive, Paradise, during normal working hours. A digital copy of the documents may be found on the Municipal Plan page.

  

Alton Glenn, MCIP
Director, Planning and Protective Services
Town of Paradise

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