Mackenzie Valley Land Use Regulations
19 (1) An application for a permit shall be submitted to the Board.
(2) An application for a permit shall be in the form, and provide the information, set out in Schedule 2 and shall be accompanied by any information in the possession of the applicant that is necessary to evaluate the quantitative and qualitative effects of the proposed use.
(3) Subject to section 20, an application for a permit shall be accompanied by a preliminary plan that is prepared in accordance with section 30 indicating the following elements, and, in the case of an application for a Type A or Type B permit, the application fee and any applicable land-use fee for federal public lands set out in Schedule 1:
(a) the lands proposed to be used in the land-use operation and an estimate of their area; and
(b) the approximate location of all
(i) existing lines, trails, rights-of-way and cleared areas proposed to be used in the land-use operation,
(ii) new lines, trails, rights-of-way and cleared areas proposed to be used in the land-use operation,
(iii) buildings, structures, campsites, air landing strips, air navigation aids, fuel and supply storage sites, waste disposal sites, excavations and other works and places proposed to be constructed or used in the land-use operation, and
(iv) bridges, dams, ditches, railroads, roads, transmission lines, pipelines, survey lines, monuments, historical or archaeological sites, burial sites, air landing strips, watercourses, traplines and cabins that may be affected by the land-use operation.
(4) For the purpose of calculating the applicable land-use fee payable under subsection (3), the width of any line, trail or right-of-way proposed to be used in the land-use operation shall, unless otherwise specified in the permit, be considered to be 10 m.
- SOR/2006-253, s. 5
- SOR/2013-166, s. 11
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