Subdivision

Subdivision is the process in which a parcel of land is divided into two or more parcels, in order to obtain separate legal titles for each parcel. The provincial Community Planning Branch with the Ministry of Government Relations is the approving authority for subdividing land in the R.M. All applications for subdivision must be submitted to Community Planning, in order to begin the process.

Note: In some cases, a rezoning will be required to support the proposed subdivision. The application for rezoning and associated rezoning fee should be submitted to the Corman Park Planning Department at the same time you submit your subdivision application to Community Planning.  Visit the Rezoning page for more information. 

If you need further assistance contact the Planning Department to help you determine what you require.

Subdivision Overview


This page includes general subdivision information including:
  • Subdivision Approval Process
  • Subdivision Application Form
  • Subdivision Servicing Fees
  • Land Dedication (Municipal Reserve and Environmental Reserve)

Single Severance Subdivisions


This page is for landowners who propose to make application to subdivide for residential development to a maximum of five (5) building sites per quarter section or three (3) building sites per 80 acre parcel.

The completion and submission of a Basic Development Review (BDR) is required in support of any application to rezone or subdivide land for single severances; the Single Severance Subdivision page also includes information on the required BDR.

Multi-Parcel Subdivisions


This page is for landowners who propose to make application to subdivide to accommodate multi-parcel country residential, commercial, industrial, or intensive recreational developments.

The completion and submission of a Comprehensive Development Review (CDR) is required in support of any application to rezone or subdivide land for multi-parcel country residential, commercial, industrial, or intensive recreational purposes; the Multi-Parcel Subdivision page also includes information on the required CDR.