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If you or your business works on equipment that contains an ozone depleting substance or replacement substance, then you must hold a License to Handle Ozone Depleting or Regulated Substances.
Anyone who operates a power heating or refridgeration plant, which requires operators as outlined in the, Power Engineers Act, and regulations, must hold a Power Engineers License of the appropriate class.
Islanders will soon have the opportunity to share their thoughts on how to improve land ownership and use in the province. Through the Department of Agriculture and Land, the province will be undertaking a comprehensive review of both the, Lands Protection Act, and the, Planning Act, starting...
A subdivision approval is required when any parcel of land is divided (e.g., to create a new lot or lots). An approval is also required to add more land to an existing lot, or to join two or more lots.
When do I need to apply for a subdivision approval?, A subdivision approval is required when any parcel of land is divided (e.g., to create a new lot or lots). An approval is also required to add more land to an existing lot, or to join two or more lots. , Where do I apply, and who issues the...
Any new development including structures, additions, decks, porches, garages, storage or excavation in preparation for construction, require a Development Permit. However, currently, no Development Permit is required for interior remodelling for private use or for fences. If your property is...
This is a general reference guide to use as an aid in filling out an application for a building permit. It is a requirement under the Planning Act that all development meet the minimum requirements under the , Planning Act, , Subdivision and Development Regulations.
This application for Development (Building) Permit is for any new development including structures, additions, decks, porches, garages, storage or excavation in preparation for construction. This document also includes the Development (Building) / Sewage Disposal Systems Setbacks information.
The Prince Edward Island Building Codes Act is new legislation that was passed in spring 2017., A public review of draft regulations for the Building Codes Act is now complete., A series of public meetings took place in August 2019. Thank you for your participation., Background, Why is this...
As part of the development of regulations for the Building Code Act, Islanders are invited to provide comments regarding the draft regulations. All on-line comments that are received on the draft regulations before the closing date (September 6, 2019) will be posted on this page. The names of...