Beaumont’s Council has given first reading to Bylaw 972-20 to amend Land Use Bylaw 944-19 to make general amendments in response to a the Land Use Bylaw monitoring program. The first results from April to October, 2019 of the monitoring program, and Bylaw 972-20 are available for viewing at https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/DocumentCenter/View/4385/Bylaw-972-20-General-Amendments.
The Land Use Bylaw is the regulatory document that implements the policy direction set forth in a municipality’s Municipal Development Plan, and it regulates and controls use and development of land and buildings. A Land Use Bylaw monitoring program has been implemented that, through periodic and scheduled assessments, will provide data and measurable to ensure that the Bylaw meets the intent of policy direction and desired outcomes. In response, Administration proposes amendments to the Land Use Bylaw to achieve the goals outlined in the monitoring program, and to reduce red-tape or redundancy. Proposed revisions include the following:
A Public Hearing on Bylaw 972-20 will be held Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers of the Beaumont Administration Office located at 5600 - 49 Street, Beaumont.
Procedure at the Public Hearing:
All written submissions received by the Supervisor, Legislative Services on or before noon on February 11, 2020 will be recognized prior to any oral submissions. If you require further information and/or clarification with regard to this notice, please contact Joanne Dargis, Manager, Current Planning at 780-929-3328.