No development may take place in the South Interlake Planning District (SIPD) unless a Development Permit has been issued by the SIPD Development Officer in accordance with the applicable Zoning By-Law. Specifically, issuance of the Development Permit confirms all applicable zoning regulations have been met for a given project, including most types of construction, changes to land use, home based businesses, temporary uses and structures, and signs.
If the proposed project is located within R.M. of Rosser CentrePort, please Click Here to visit our CentrePort Canada page, as application requirements differ for the CentrePort area.
A Development Permit is required prior to the issuance of most Building Permits, however, Development and Building Permits are normally applied for concurrently. The applicable Zoning By-Law establishes certain types of development that do not require a Development Permit. To confirm if a Development Permit is required for your project, please contact the SIPD office directly.
There are three types of Development Permits: Residential, Commercial and Agricultural.
Applications for Development Permits that are not associated with Building Permit applications must include:
- Completed application form (Click Here for PDF);
- Detailed Letter of Intent stating the proposed use of the land, building or structure (Click Here for PDF);
- Detailed site plan and/or Floor Plan (Click Here for PDF);
- Letter of authorization is required if you are applying on behalf of the landowner (Click Here for PDF);
- Status of Title(s) for all land subject to the application (for Agricultural Development Permits only). The Status of Title(s) cannot be more than 30 days old. The Status of Title(s) can by acquired from your lawyer or from the Winnipeg Land Titles Office;
- Development Permit Fee in accordance with the SIPD’s Fee Structure By-Law (Click Here for PDF).
NOTE: Agricultural Buildings and Structures that are over 600 square meters are subject to obtaining a permit from both the Office of the Fire Commissioner and the SIPD.
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.
Please note that incomplete applications will not be accepted.