Development and Planning

COVID-19 Updates
All public hearings are being held virtually. The public can join the hearing through telephone or video-conferencing. 

Public Notice of all applications will be provided in accordance with applicable legislation and posted on the municipal website.  This notice will advise the public on the procedure for delegation or submission of written comments.

If you have any planning related inquiries, please contact Will Nywening as follows:
Phone 519-243-1400, Ext. 8512
Email: wnywening@lambtonshores.ca

If you have inquiries specific to the Committee of Adjustment, please contact Jennifer Turk as follows:
Phone 519-243-1400, Ext. 8510
Email: jturk@lambtonshores.ca 

 

Good planning leads to organized growth and the efficient delivery of services. The policies and regulations in the Lambton Shores planning documents ensure that lands are developed in a manner that meets the existing and future goals of our community.

Current applications

Council planning applications

Zoning By-law Amendment Application Z13-2021
Tim Henry
10072 Huron Drive
Notice and Maps

Committee of Adjustment planning applications

Minor Variance Application A25-2021
Robert Coutts
10246 Parkside Cres
Notice
Location Maps

 

Consent Application B19-2021
Bonnie Doone Manor
26 Lakeside Circle
Notice
Location Maps

 

Consent Application B20-2021
Huron Shores Investments
77, 85, 87, 89, 91 Ontario St S
Notice
Location Maps

 

Consent Applications B21-2021 & B22-2021
Dan & Kim MacLachlan
8381 Defore Drive
Notice
Location Maps

Other information

Consent (Severance) 

All division of land in Ontario is subject to subdivision control, either through a plan of subdivision or consent approval to ensure that the new lots are consistent with the planning policies set out in the Official Plan and Zoning By-Laws. 

Development charges 

The Municipality of Lambton Shores has established development charges to ensure there are necessary funds to provide infrastructure and services needed for the growing population 

Minor variance 

If a development proposal does not conform exactly to a Zoning By-law, but meets the general intent and purpose and complies with the Official Plan, an application may be made for a minor variance
Official plan
An official plan sets out the Municipality's general policies for future land use, and states the land use planning goals that guide development. 

Reports and publications 

Site plan 

Site plan control by-laws require certain types of buildings or developments to obtain “site plan approval” prior to construction. 

Zoning 

By-Laws

Zoning by-laws establish and regulate land use by implementing the general policies from the Official Plan.

Zoning Reports

To request a zoning report, complete the online request form. 

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