1: Preliminary Evaluation

Only the registered landowner of the land or an authorized person working on their behalf can apply for a subdivision. All owners registered on the Land Title must provide authorization. Landowners can contact the planner before submitting an application to discuss site suitability and potential issues that may come up throughout the subdivision process.

How much will it cost?

The cost of subdivision can vary greatly depending on the complexity of the subdivision you have proposed. Here are the basic costs of subdivision:

Initial Subdivision Application Fee: This fee is payable to West Central Planning Agency and is due at the time the application is submitted. Your application will not move forward until this has been paid.

3 lots or less – $900 Application Fee plus $100 Per Lot Created

4 lots or more – $1000 Application Fee plus $200 Per Lot Created

Additional Costs: You may incur additional costs from other professionals depending on the complexity of the subdivision. This would be for services that include:

  • Surveying
  • Area Structure Plan Preparation
  • Municipal Reserve Payments
  • Legal Fees
  • Engineering Fees
  • Installation of Municipal Services

Other Fee Applications

  • Lot Line Adjustment (no new parcel created) – $1000
  • Separation of title (flat fee) – $800

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