Land use planning requirements vary from site to site and are required by any municipality in order to demonstrate that the proposed development respects the applicable planning policy and regulatory framework. Plans, reports, or a combination of both may be required in order to illustrate that a proposed development represents good planning.

McIntosh Perry’s planners and environmental engineers understand the complexities of growth and development and have the skills necessary to navigate the complex process of obtaining local and provincial approvals in a timely, cost effective manner.

We have assisted those engaged in development projects that require Planning Act approvals.

Our Services Include:

  • Nutrient Management Strategies & Plans
  • Plans of Subdivision and Condominiums;
  • Consent (land severance)
  • Official Plan Amendment
  • Zoning By-law Amendment
  • Minor Variance
  • Site Plan Control

Nutrient Management Strategies & Plans

We are certified by OMAFRA to complete Nutrient Management Strategies/Plans. The strategies are completed in accordance with the Nutrient Management Act, 2002 and Ontario Regulation 267/03. 

A nutrient management strategy/plan provides an environmentally acceptable method for managing prescribed materials that are generated at the property. It includes a review of existing site features, on-site storage systems, agricultural practices & the application of setback requirements to meet regulatory guidelines and best management practices.

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