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Planning-Related Appeals

 

The Commission hears planning-related appeals under a number of provincial statutes. Subject to the specific requirements of section 28 of the Planning Act, municipal and ministerial land use planning decisions may be appealed to the Commission. Under the Planning Act, the Commission is responsible for hearing and deciding appeals relating to land use. The Roads Act, Unsightly Property Act and the Heritage Places Protection Act also include specific rights of appeal to the Commission.

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Notice of Appeal Form

Legislation:

Planning Act
Planning Act - Exemption Order Regulations
Planning Act - Province-Wide Minimum Development Standards Regulations
Planning Act -  Subdivision and Development Regulations

Municipal Planning Permit Links (External):

P.E.I. Planning Decisions
City of Charlottetown
City of Summerside
Town of Cornwall
Town of Stratford

Important Notices

The above Notice of Appeal form can either be printed and completed offline or completed online and then printed. The completed form must be duly signed and delivered to the Commission within the 21 day appeal period specified in the Planning Act and served on the council or the Minister, as the case may be, within seven days of filing the appeal with the Commission.

Privacy Notice

Personal information on the above form is collected pursuant to the Planning Act and will be used by the Commission in the administration of the said Act. Personal information is protected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Highway Access Appeals
Roads Act

Roads Act - Closing of Roads Regulations

Roads Act - Highway Access Regulations
Roads Act - Public Utility Easement (Fees) Regulations
Roads Act - Overweight Vehicle Permit Regulations
Roads Act - Vehicle Weights And Dimensions Regulations
 
Unsightly Property Appeals
Unsightly Property Act

Unsightly Property Act - Clean-Up Order Regulation

Unsightly Property Act - Exemption Regulations
 
Heritage Places Appeals
Notice of Appeal Form
Heritage Places Protection Act
Heritage Places Protection Act - Regulations
 

Important Notices

The above Notice of Appeal Form can either be printed and completed offline or completed online and then printed. Under Section 10 of the Heritage Places Protection Act Regulations, the owner of the property containing the heritage place, or the municipality in which it is located, may appeal a designation, by written notice to the Commission, within 30 days of the receipt of service of the Notice of Designation of Heritage Place. The Appellant must serve a copy of the notice of appeal on the Commission, the Minister, and the owner or Municipality (whichever is not the Appellant).

Privacy Notice

Personal information on the above form is collected pursuant to the Heritage Places Protection Act and will be used by the Commission in the administration of the said Act. Personal information is protected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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Page last reviewed or updated: January 05, 2016

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