Subdivision & Development Appeal Board Bylaw A-358 and Amending Bylaw 20-2000
What is the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board?
The Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is an independent quasi-judicial body established by Town Council authorized to render decisions on appeals resulting from decisions of the Subdivision Authority or the Development Authority in accordance with the Provincial Land Use Policies, the Subdivision and Development Regulations, the Land Use Bylaw and Statutory Plans.
When are SDAB meetings held?
Meetings for this Board are held in the Council Chambers in the Administration Building, located at A – 4900 50 St. Taber, AB. Meetings are held as may be required.
What can be appealed?
A decision of the Development Officer, Subdivision Authority or Municipal Planning Commission in relation to a development permit application, a subdivision application or an enforcement order.
The most commonly appealed decisions are:
1. A discretionary development permit decision
2. An order of the Development Authority to stop construction or the present use of a property.
3. Subdivision decision.
Who can appeal?
In the case of development decisions: the applicant or anyone who is affected by the decision can appeal.
In the case of Subdivision decisions: the applicant, a provincial government department if the application is required to be referred to that department, and a school authority.
What is the cost of an appeal?
$350.00 to appeal.
$150.00 is returned to the appellant if the appeal is upheld.
Where do I get an appeal form?
Appeal forms can be obtained at the Town Administration Office, or through the below links:
Subdivision Appeal Form
Development Appeal Form
A-4900 50th Street, Taber, AB, T1G 1T1
Current Members of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board: