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Bylaw 72 Subdivision Servicing

CENTRAL COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT


BYLAW NO. 72

BELLA COOLA VALLEY SUBDIVISION SERVICING BYLAW
(BL#112 07/87)

A Bylaw to regulate and control the subdivision of land pursuant to the provisions of Division (7), Part 29 of the Municipal Act.  (BL#112 07/87)

The Board of the Central Coast Regional District in open meeting assembled enacts as follows:

100 INTERPRETATION AND ADMINISTRATION

TITLE
101This Bylaw may be cited as the "Central Coast Regional District Bella Coola Valley Subdivision Servicing Bylaw No. 72".

PURPOSE
102The purpose of this Bylaw is to permit phased and orderly development of the Bella Coola Valley in accordance with the policies established by the "Official Community Plan".
(BL #112  07/87)
 
APPLICATION
103 1.This Bylaw shall be applicable to those parts of Electoral Areas C, D, and E of the Central Coast Regional District as outlined on Schedule "A" which is attached to and forms part of this Bylaw.

2.Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Bylaw, all lands within the A.L.R., except those exempted under Section 19 (1) of the Agricultural Land Commission Act, Regulations thereto, and Orders of the Commission (thereby not permitting the subdivision of land and the development of new non-farm uses unless approved by the Agricultural Land Commission).

DEFINITIONS
104Unless otherwise defined herein, any word or expression in this Bylaw shall the meaning as any similar word or expression in the Land Title Act.

1.APPLICANT means a person applying for the approval of a subdivision, whether as the owner of the property proposed to be subdivided or as the agent of the owner;

2.APPROVAL means approval in writing form the authority having jurisdiction;


3.COMMUNITY SEWER SYSTEM means a system of sewerage or sewage disposal within the meaning of Section 24 of the Health Act, which is owned, operated and maintained by an Improvement District un the Municipal Act, or by a Strata Corporation, or by a Regional District;

4.COMMUNITY WATER SYSTEM means a system of waterworks within the meaning of Section 21 of the Health Act, which is owned, operated and maintained by an Improvement District under the Municipal Act or by a Strata Corporation, or by a Regional District, or which is regulated under the Water Utilities Act;

5.LOT: see PARCEL

6.PARCEL means any lot, block, or other area in which the land is held or into which land is subdivided or any remaining portion of the land being subdivided;

7.REGIONAL DISTRICT means the Central Coast Regional District;

8.SUBDIVISION  means the division of land into two or more parcels, whether by plan or by metes and bounds description or otherwise, except that the words "subdivision plan" shall also be deemed to include a plan consolidating two or more parcels into a single parcel.

(BL #112  07/87)



200 BASIC PROVISIONS

201No land within the area outlined on Schedule "A" shall be subdivided unless and until the subdivision has first received the approval of the Approving Officer.

202To obtain such approval, an applicant shall apply to the District Highways Manager, Ministry of Transportation and Highways.

203No land shall be subdivided within the area outlined on Schedule "A" contrary to this Bylaw or any other Bylaws in effect in this area.
(BL #112 07/87)

204The Approving Officer may refuse to approve the subdivision of any parcel of land unless all the requirements of this and any other applicable regulations under th Health Act and other relevant agencies have been observed.

205The Approving Officer may refuse to approve the subdivision of any parcel should the subdivision make existing use on that parcel non-conforming in respect to any other Bylaw with the exception of the any highway setback.

206.All standards of the Provincial Subdivision Regulations made on November 5, 1970 (B.C. Regulation 262/70) and as amended by B.C. Regulation 263/77 on July 8, 1977 pursuant to the Local Services Act shall apply unless otherwise stipulated by this Bylaw.

2071.In any subdivision, each parcel shall be supplied with a sufficient supply of potable water, by:
a)being connected to a community water system,  or

b)having proof of availability of sufficient groundwater sources.

2.Where a water source which comes within the terms of the Water Act is to be used, a licence to divert and use at least 2,275 litres of potable water per day per parcel, shall be held by the owner prior to final approval of the subdivision.

3.Where individual groundwater sources are proposed to serve a subdivision, proof of availability of at least 2,275 litres of potable water per day per parcel, shall be submitted to the Approving Officer before final approval is granted.

208The Approving Officer may, in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Act, require the owner of the land being subdivided to provide, without compensation, land for public open space in locations and to the extent required by the Approving Officer for the purpose of providing sufficient open spaces within the subdivision for park and public use.



300GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

(BL #92 03/86   BL #112  07/87)


AGRICULTURAL LAND COMMISSION ACT

301Where land is excluded from the A.L.R. or approved for subdivision in the A.L.R. pursuant to the Agricultural Land Commission Act, the minimum lot area shall be as established in this Bylaw.

 


400 ADOPTION

Read a first time this  11th day of September, 1984.

Read a second time this 11th day of September, 1984.

Read a third time this 11th day of September, 1984.

Approved by the Minister of Municipal Affairs this _______ day of    N/A     .

RECONSIDERED AND ADOPTED THIS 16TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1984.




Original signed by:
Tony Norton, Chairman                                Original signed by:
Carol Winkler, Secretary-Treasurer


I hereby certify that this is a true copy of Bylaw No. 72 - 1984 of the Central Coast Regional District cited as the Central Coast Regional District Bella Coola Valley Subdivision Servicing  Bylaw No. 72-1984".

Original signed by:
Carol Winkler, Secretary-Treasurer      
 
March 6, 1995



CENTRAL COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT


BYLAW NO.  72

BELLA COOLA VALLEY SUBDIVISION SERVICING BYLAW


* * *This is a working copy of Bylaw 72 with its subsequent amendments compiled into it to show the cumulative effects of the amendments, and to provide a more complete picture of the bylaw as it stands to date.


Bylaw NO.    Date Adopted Explanation


Bylaw No. 72 Oct.16/84 Regulate & control subdivision on the Bella Coola Valley

Bylaw No. 92       (with caution!) Mar. 11/86 Preamble:to bring BL#71 in line with O.S.P.BL #85Enactment:amends sections of BL # 71 (CCRD Zoning BL) but also sections of BL # 72 (BCV Subdivision Control BL)Adoption:Only mentions BL #71 as being amended


Bylaw No. 112 Jul. 14/87 •Renames BL # 72 to B.C.V. Subdivision Servicing Bylaw.•Amends BL # 72 to conform and comply with Municipal Act as consolidated Feb. 28/86.



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