SCPD Development Plan Bylaw 35-2019

The new South Central Planning District Development Plan Bylaw 35-2019 came into effect as of February 12, 2020.  
 
 
Since 2016, the SCPD Board, in conjunction with Community and Regional Planning, Manitoba Municipal Relations, has worked towards updating the original SCPD Development Plan 2016 Bylaw 3-2013.
 

It reassessed community resources in terms of population and settlement characteristics, property ownership patterns, urban community land use characteristics, infrastructure services, heritage and cultural resources, and their implications upon the preparation of a planning strategy.
 
The natural and environmental resources were assessed in terms of agricultural soil capability, intensive livestock operation inventory, surface and sub-surface water resources, aggregate deposits, natural features including vegetation characteristics, wildlife habitat areas and their associated implications on the preparation of the Development Plan.