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Development Services

Development Services is responsible for the overall planning function within Rothesay, which included development and administration of the Municipal Plan, the Zoning By-law, the Subdivision By-law, the Building By-law, Animal Control By-law and the Sign By-law. The Municipal Plan is the over riding policy document for the Town that sets out the goals and objectives…Read more >

Building By-law

BY-LAW NO. 4-99 BUILDING BY-LAW The Council of the town of Rothesay, under authority vested in it by Section 59 of the Community Planning Act , R.S.N.B. (1973) Chapter C-12, and amendments thereto, enacts as follows: 1) NAME: This By-Law may be cited as the ‘Rothesay Building Bylaw’. 2) SCOPE: The purpose of this

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Fees

Rothesay Building By-law 4-99 Schedule “A” Fees Where work requiring a permit under this By-law has been commenced by anyone, prior to issuance of such permit, the fees prescribed above shall be tripled. Rothesay Zoning By-law 02-10 Schedule “B” Fees PAC Application

Building / Development Permit Application

PanelDetachedArea/Size Other Transfer Switch Insulation * Generator** Type and Manufacturer Lot NumberNew Addition RenoNewAddition Interior Reno No.of Units Building Plans W ater Permit ApplicationSewege Permit ApplicatiionStreet Disturbance Application Completion Date: ______________ exclude tax Attached Letter Yes No Attached Conditions Yes No Date: Development Permit are required for changing of grades or adding fill materialAdditional

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Forms

Building / Development Permit Application Subdivision Application PAC Application Sign License Application Community Event Signage Electronic Sign (Rothesay Road) Rothesay Grant Application Bill McGuire Memorial Centre Rental Agreement Application to serve on town committee Completed applications can be delivered to Rothesay Town Hall,  70 Hampton Road, Rothesay, NB or sent by email to rothesay@rothesay.ca.

2017July10-MillDriveselfstoragewebsite

RENTAL 6′-9″x4′-3″ 38″ ft 7′-6″ b ‘ ” 11—–~ ll'(1~, .. I ”””‘” -1~'( ‘o, 20’1 0 OFFICE BUILDING -SECOND FLOOR PlAN SCALE l/16=1′-0′ Q OFFICE BUILDING -MAIN FLOOR PlAN 5CALE1 l/16″=1′-0′ poLYLIN£ – D£s/GNS RESIDENTIAL / COt.IMERCIAI… BUILDING DESIGN SITE DEVELOPMENT AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY DRAfTlNG SERVICES and GRAPHIC LAYOUJS 437

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MRP-August-2009

-used during the off -season. Its flexible design allows for more community needs to be met in one building and it can also accommodate emerging recreation trends. If planned as part of a comprehensive recreation master plan that also focuses on neighbourhood -level improvements, such as local parks, fields and trails, community -wide rec

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minutes-december8-2008

support in principle the publication of an updated “History of Rothesay” book . CARRIED. 7.8 November 2008 Monthly Building Permit Report MOVED by Counc. Shea and seconded by Counc . Young the November Monthly Building Permit Report be received/filed. CARRIED. 7.9 1 December 2008 Draft Planning Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes MOVED by Counc. Cochrane

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The development proposal is for a 36 unit residential apartment building to be located on Millennium Drive, PID# 00065227. The property is zoned Millennium Park [MP] Zone.

is now desirous of entering into an development agreement to allow for the development of a multi-unit apartment building on the Lands as described in Schedule A. AND WHEREAS Rothesay Council did, on (INSERT DATE), authorize the Mayor and Clerk to enter into a development agreement with Andrew Dunn to develop a multi-unit apartment

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2019January14PUBLICHEARING Water By-law 1-18

Pomeroy RE: Wate r By-law Comparison -2- 4 December 2018 y) “Residential Apartment Complex” means any residentially zoned building which includes more than two separate dwelling units. 3. COMMITTEE 3.1 The Water and Sewe rage Committee shall be appointed by the Mayor. Appointments to the Committee may include members of Council, who may be

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