Subdivision Applications Appeals
If a person wishes to appeal a Subdivision Application decision, they must submit a written appeal to the Secretary of the Subdivision Authority stating the reasons for appeal within fourteen (14) days from the time of notice of a decision.
Development Applications Appeals
If a person wishes to appeal a Development Permit Application decision, they must submit a written appeal to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board within a fourteen (14) day appeal period.
According to the Land Use Bylaw 903-2002, an appeal period ends a full fourteen (14) days after the last date a notice of any description was given. The Bylaw states that notification can be carried out in writing, by posting the notice at the site of development, or by placing a notice in the closest available newspaper. Other conditions may apply.
Stop Order Appeals
The timeline for appeal of a stop order differs form the other appeal processes and is subject to the complex nature of the order itself.
There are however provisions in the Act to allow for an appeal.