CentrePort Canada lands, located within the R.M. of Rosser, have been designated as the Inland Port Special Planning Area (IPSPA) under The Planning Act, which is legislation that guides sustainable land use and development in Manitoba. Land uses within the area are guided by the Inland Port Special Planning Areas Regulation (Development Plan and Zoning By-law).
All development in CentrePort must comply with specified land use, development policies and requirements. Certain development in CentrePort will require rezoning and/or subdivision approval prior to permit issuance.
To confirm the development review and approval process for your project, including verifying the possible need for a Variance, please contact the CentrePort Planner, by phone at 204-945-2150 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, prior to contacting the South Interlake Planning District (SIPD). Please note that should your project require a Variance, our office will require a copy of the approved Variance prior to permit issuance. Additional information regarding development within the Inland Port Special Planning Area, including rezoning and subdivision applications, can be found on the provincial website: http://www.gov.mb.ca/mr/centreport/index.html
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DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING PERMITS
After confirming the development approval process with the CentrePort Planner, a Development Permit may be applied for through the SIPD office.
Please note that should the applicant have a full and complete application with all of the requirements from both the Development Permit list and Building Permit list, they may apply for the Development and Building Permit concurrently. Please visit the following link for details regarding Building Permit application requirements and associated fees: http://www.sipd.ca/p/commercial-building-permits.
Standalone Development Permit applications for projects within CentrePort shall include all of the following materials:
PDF copy/scan of a detailed Letter of Intent stating the proposed use of the land, building or structure (Click Here for PDF) to include Tenant's legal name and trade name, as applicable;
PDF copy/scan of a detailed Site Plan (including parking) or Floor Plan (Click Here for PDF);
- PDF copy/scan of detailed Landscaping Plan;
PDF copy/scan of detailed Building Elevation Drawings;
PDF copy/scan of written confirmation from a qualified professional that all Industrial Uses comply with the applicable Performance Standards (Table 4 of the Inland Port Special Planning Area Zoning By-Law) (Click Here for PDF);
PDF copy/scan of a Letter of authorization is required if the applicant is applying on behalf of the landowner (Click Here for PDF);
PDF copy/scan of the Status of Title(s) for all land subject to the application. The Status of Title(s) cannot be more than 30 days old. The Status of Title(s) can by acquired through a your lawyer, the Winnipeg Land Titles Office (Teranet Manitoba), or by purchasing them directly from the SIPD office. Additionally, a letter from the lawyer may be required if the property is in the process of being transferred to the new landowner;
- Development Permit Fee in accordance with the SIPD’s Fee Structure By-Law (Click Here for PDF).
Please note that incomplete applications will not be accepted.
All Buildings, Additions and Lot Development located within the CentrePort area require an approved Lot Grade and Drainage Plan, as well as Servicing Capacity approval. Contact the R.M. of Rosser for Lot Drainage and Servicing requirements. Lot Grade and Drainage plan approval and Servicing Capacity approval must be obtained prior to Building Permit issuance;
Issuance of development permits may require the applicant to meet the Industrial Performance Standards (Table 4 of the Inland Port Special Planning Area Zoning By-law). Contact the CentrePort Planner if you require additional information; and
- Depending on the size, scope and location of your project, you may require
additional permits/approvals from NAV Canada, the Winnipeg Airports Authority,
and/or Transport Canada. To avoid potential delays with your project, please
contact these agencies as soon as possible to confirm their requirements.
- If the proposed development is located adjacent to a Provincial Road or Highway, an additional permit may be required from the Province (Manitoba Infrastructure) when applying for a permit from the SIPD.