Notice of Development Permit Decisions
Due to Covid-19 the Provincial Government made several temporary changes to the Municipal Government Act that directly affect Planning and Development. These changes may be subject to further clarification. Please contact Planning and Development with any questions.
The Town of Olds has authorized the conditional issuance of the following permits:
Approval May 12, 2022 – Appeal Period ends June 2, 2022
- DP22-063 - Residential Accessory Building. Location: 5607 42 Street. Applicant / Owner: Nels Jacobsen.
Approval May 16, 2022 – Appeal Period ends June 6, 2022
- DP22-064 - Driveway Extension. Location: 50 Balsam Crescent. Applicant / Owner: Douglas Ford.
- DP22-067 - Change of Use to Financial Services. Location: 4908 50 Avenue. Applicant / Owner: Pollard Financial Solutions Ltd. / Costica Staicu.
Approval May 17, 2022 – Appeal Period ends June 7, 2022
- DP22-065 - New Duplex Residential. Location: 43 Violet Close. Applicant / Owner: Stevenson Homes / Manor Investments Ltd.
- DP22-066 - New Duplex Residential. Location: 47 Violet Close. Applicant / Owner: Stevenson Homes / Manor Investments Ltd.
Approval May 19, 2022 – Appeal Period ends June 15, 2022
- DP22-039 - Detached Dwelling with Variance to Orientation. Location: 4822 56 Street. Applicant / Owner: Dwayne Doerksen.
- DP22-049 - New Mixed-Use Building - Light Industrial and Fitness Facility. Location: 5200 49 Avenue. Applicant / Owner: Sasha Curr / 997900 Alberta Inc.
- DP22-056 - Class 2 Home Occupation. Location: 9 Wigham Close. Applicant / Owner: Kara Ripco.
- DP22-058 - Temporary Patio. Location: 4919 49 Avenue. Applicant / Owner: 1340289 Alberta Ltd.
- DP22-060 - Temporary Patio. Location: 4602 50 Avenue. Applicant / Owner: Vasilios Holdings Ltd.
Any person who deems they may be affected by the issuance of these development permits may appeal to the Regional Subdivision and Development Appeal Board before the end appeal date noted below.
- All Development Permit issuances may be appealed by the owner/applicant.
- Permitted Use Development Permits may be appealed by any person affected by the decision where the Land Use Bylaw was relaxed, varied, or misinterpreted.
- Discretionary Development Permits may be appealed by any Persons affected by the decision.
The appeal date is determined to be twenty one (21) days from the date of notification in the paper of record. Appeal applications are to be filed with the Regional Subdivision & Development Appeal Board directly though Parkland Community Planning Services (PCPS) at the address below. Applications must include your name, address and phone number.