Statutory & Outline Plans
A Statutory Plan is a plan that has been prepared by Beaumont staff and then officially brought into law by Council. There are multiple kinds of statutory plans that affect growth and development in Beaumont.
Municipal Development Plan
The Province of Alberta, through the Municipal Government Act (MGA) requires all municipalities to have a Municipal Development Plan, which is a high level planning document that sets forth future land use for the municipality. Beaumont's MDP is currently undergoing a major update as a part of the Our Beaumont project.
Inter-Municipal Development Plan
There is an Inter-Municipal Development Plan (IDP) between Beaumont and Leduc County.
Central Area Redevelopment Plan
The Central Area Redevelopment Plan (CARP) provides a framework for encouraging, and guiding development and redevelopment in the central area of Beaumont. The goal is to make the central area the major business, social, cultural, and entertainment focus of the community.
Area Structure Plans
An Area Structure Plan is a statutory plan that provides a framework for development and growth in a specific area of land.
- Coloniale Estates Area Structure Plan
- (Draft) Elan Area Structure Plan
- (Draft) Beaumont South Area Structure Plan
Outline Plans are similar to Area Structure Plans, but they are not statutory plans, meaning that they are not approved as bylaw by Council. Beaumont has traditionally used Outline Plans instead of Area Structure Plans:
- Beau Val Beaumont Lakes Outline Plan
- Coloniale Estates Outline Plan
- Dansereau Meadows Outline Plan
- Eaglemont Heights Outline Plan
- Forest Heights Outline Plan
- Montalet Outline Plan
- Montrose Estates Outline Plan
- Place Chaleureuse Outline Plan
- Ruisseau Outline Plan
- Triomphe Estates Outline Plan
Make an Application
To make an application for a new Area Structure Plan or amend an existing Plan, contact Lisa Drury, Planner.