Development Permit Notices and Appeal Periods

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Discretionary Development Permit applications will be posted here following the Municipal Planning Commission meetings. Applications approved by the Development Authority will also be available here for viewing.


NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT DECISIONS

COUNCIL DECISIONS:
The Town of Didsbury Council has authorized the conditional issuance of the following Direct Control District Development Permits. 
In accordance with s. 685(4) (a) of the Municipal Government Act, there is no appeal to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board. 

PERMIT #
ADDRESSDEVELOPMENT TYPEAPPLICANT/OWNERDECISION DATE


DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (PERMITTED USE) DECISIONS:
The Town of Didsbury has Authorized the conditional issuance of the following permits. 

PERMIT #
ADDRESSDEVELOPMENT TYPEAPPLICANT/OWNERDECISION DATE
DP 22-06421 Valarosa PointDwelling, Single Detached with Attached Garage & Rear Yard Deck

Sorento Custom Homes (a)
Chopping, Brent (o)

December 9, 2022


DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (Change of Tenancy): 

PERMIT #
ADDRESSDEVELOPMENT TYPEAPPLICANT/OWNERDECISION DATE


MUNICIPAL PLANNING COMMISSION (DISCRETIONARY USE) DECISIONS: 

PERMIT #ADDRESSDEVELOPMENT TYPEDECISION DATEAPPEAL PERIOD ENDSAPPLICANT/OWNER
HO 22-004Unit #17, 1706 - 22 AveHome Occupation – Online Jewelry
December 14, 2022Jan 4, 2023
(4:30 p.m.)

Singh, Loveneet (a)
Gill, Igbal (o)

Updated on December 15, 2022


APPEALS PROCESS

A development appeal to a Subdivision and Development Appeal Board is commenced by filing a Notice of Appeal, (containing reasons) with the Board within 21 days of the decision date. Appeal applications are to be filed with the clerk of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board at the Town Office located at 1606 - 14th Street in Didsbury. Appeal applications must include your name, address and phone number. 

  • All Development Permit issuances may be appealed by the owner/applicant
  • Permitted Use Development Permits may be appealed by the Applicant only, unless any person was affected by the decision where the Land Use Bylaw was relaxed, varied or misinterpreted
  • Discretionary Development Permits may be appealed by any Persons affected by the decision 
  • There is no appeal for Direct Control District Development Permits decided by Council  


FOR MORE INFORMATION: 

Contact the Planning and Development Department at lgaudette@didsbury.ca or call 403-335-7732