Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Hearings
The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is a quasi-judicial board established under the Municipal Government Act to make decisions on development or subdivision appeals.
The SDAB hears appeals from municipal subdivision and development authorities. SDAB decisions shape the community and affect the lives of developers, neighbours, citizens and businesses. It is important that the public have confidence in the quality of these decisions and the decision making process.
You can appeal a development or subdivision decision made by Thorhild County if you:
A hearing will be held within 30 days from the date the appeal was filed. The SDAB will give their decision in writing within 15 days of the hearing. Once the SDAB has reached a decision, it is final, and no other appeals can be made at the municipal level. In certain circumstances, an appeal of a subdivision application must be made to the Land and Property Rights Tribunal according to regulations in Alberta's Municipal Government Act.
To appeal a decision, you need to complete the Notice of Subdivision Appeal form and submit it to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) within 21 days of the date of decision.
Clerk, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board
Thorhild, AB, T0A 3J0
Land and Property Rights Tribunal
Municipal Government Act
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