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Subdivision Application

Once a concept plan has been approved by City Council, it can then be subdivided into lots to accommodate various developments. Subdivisions also create property lines or move property lines. This subdivision application must comply with standards in the Zoning Bylaw No. 9250 and Regina Development Plan Bylaw No. 7448.

Sometimes a road or lane closure is required for your subdivision. If this is the case, you do not need to submit an application form to request the road or lane closure; note it in your subdivision application.

Other applications, such as rezoning and discretionary use are required for your subdivision and can be processed in conjunction with other development applications.

Subdivision applications must be approved by the Development Officer or City Council and may be subject to conditions of approval.

Once a Certificate of Approval and executed plan of proposed subdivision is issued by the City, a plan of survey is prepared for registration at the Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan  to create legal parcels of land.

The Subdivision Application Form contains a list of requirements for your application, appeal information and an outline of the application process.