Site Plan Control Agreements and Other Municipal Agreements

If a land owner is proposing a development for new homes, commercial buildings, and/or other construction projects, their local municipality can require that the owner obtain municipal approval of the plans and drawings of the proposed development. As a condition to the approval of the development, the municipality may call for the landowner to provide facilities, easements, and other matters by requiring the owner to enter into a Site Plan Control Agreement.

Municipalities also have the power to control and regulate a number of matters under the Municipal Act, as amended. As part of this power, municipalities can require owners to enter into agreements as set out in their bylaws. Such agreements include development agreements, consent agreements, servicing agreements, sign permit agreements, access agreements, and other municipal agreements.

We can assist you throughout the various stages of the approval process for Site Plans from the application for approval, to meeting with relevant municipal authorities, negotiating Site Plan Control Agreements or any other municipal agreements, along with representation before the Ontario Land Tribunal and any related court proceedings.

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      Riley Brooks

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      Joshua Matson

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      Paul Rabinovitch

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