The purpose of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is to hear appeals regarding decisions made by the Development Officer, Subdivision Authority, or the Municipal Planning Commission on development or subdivision applications.
Who are the members of the SDAB?
|Jennifer Rempel |
Agendas and Minutes
Minutes and Agendas for the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board are available for viewing for the past year. If you wish Minutes and Agenda prior to 2011, please contact David Sarsfield at 403 329 7329 or email@example.com
What can be appealed?
The decision or order of the Development Officer or the Municipal Planning Commission regarding development applications and subdivision applications. In addition, where the Development Officer or the Municipal Planning Commission has failed or refused to issue a development permit.
Who can appeal a development?
The applicant or any person affected by a decision, development permit or order issued by the Development Officer or the Municipal Planning Commission.
Who can appeal a subdivision?
How to appeal?
An appeal must be filed with the City Clerk's Office within 21 days after receipt of the written decision or 21 days after the date that the notice to the public is published in a newspaper. The Appeal Form is available here.
What happens when an appeal is filed?
The Board Secretary will arrange for a hearing, sending out a written notice of the Hearing to the applicant, the appellant(s), as well as those within 60 meters of the site.
When is a Board Decision available?
The Board issues their decision in writing within 15 days after the hearing.
Is the Board Decision appealable?
Only on a question of law or jurisdiction. Otherwise, the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board is the final approving authority on development and subdivision within the City of Lethbridge.
Business Unit: City Clerk's Office