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Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB)

The general nature and function of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) involves the exercise of a quasi-judicial discretion. The board is vested with the power to decide between individual rights and the claims of public interest. It conducts its hearings fairly and in accordance with the principles of natural justice. The board consists of members of the general public appointed by council.

For questions regarding subdivision and development appeals, please refer to section 6 the Wheatland County Land Use Bylaw, and sections 678, 685, and 686 of the Municipal Government Act. Additionally, you can ask questions via email to sdab@wheatlandcounty.ca.

In accordance with the Municipal Government Act and the Wheatland County Land Use Bylaw, an appeal to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board must be filed within the legislated time frame and each Notice of Appeal must be accompanied by payment of a non-refundable $300.00 filing fee for subdivision appeals, and a $200.00 filing fee for development appeals. Non payment of the fee will result in no hearing being scheduled before the SDAB. In addition to the filling fee, an appeal application form must be filed with the SDAB Clerk of Wheatland County at #242006 Range Road 243; or mailed to 242006 Range Road 243, Wheatland County, Alberta, T1P 2C4.

To appeal your subdivision or development conditions, please complete the application below and submit it to the SDAB Secretary with the appropriate fees. You can submit the application at the Wheatland County Administration Office, or you can submit it via email to sdab@wheatlandcounty.ca.

To view a current listing of SDAB hearings, visit the Public Notices page.


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