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The Land Use Bylaw regulates the type of use permitted on any lot in the Town of Lunenburg and the location of all buildings and structures on any lots. In addition, it deals with requirements for items such as signs, fences and parking. The main tool for administration of the Land Use Bylaw is the requirement for a development permit for any new development or change in use, or any new structure. Any change to the outside of a building on the lower portion of Dufferin Street, Falkland Street and Tannery Road also requires a development permit for heritage conservation purposes.
- pdf Permit Process Information (168 KB)
- pdf Heritage/Development Permit and Encroachment License Application Form (290 KB)
- pdf Construction-Related Parking Information (17 KB)
Any change in the boundary of a lot requires subdivision approval. A "Subdivision Application" is the form used for this process, which generally begins with an applicant hiring a surveyor to prepare the required information.
- Building Permits
- Development Agreement Applications
- Land Use By-law Amendment Applications
- Municipal Planning Strategy Amendment Applications
- Encroachment Licenses
- Zoning Confirmation Letters