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A rezoning approval is often required to subdivide and develop residential, commercial and industrial parcels within Corman Park. Typically, a rezoning is required because the current Zoning District does not allow for the proposed development or there is a conflict with the proposed land use, parcel size or other regulation. Usually the applicant or landowner initiates the rezoning to support their proposal, but in some cases, the Planning Department will initiate or recommend a rezoning. Click for More Info on the Rezoning Process
A Basic Development Review (BDR) or Comprehensive Development Review (CDR) may be required to be submitted depending on the type of rezoning you are applying for. Click for More Info on the Rezoning Process
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 subdivision process. Click for More Info on the Subdivision Process
Community Planning will facilitate a referral for review of the subdivision to Corman Park. Please contact Community Planning for more information on the application process. Click for More Info on Subdivision Application
In some cases, a rezoning will be required to support the proposed subdivision. The application for a rezoning should accompany your application to subdivide a parcel.
Parcel ties indicate that the portions of land are linked to one another and cannot be transferred without the other parcel unless a subdivision is approved.