A-19.1 - Act respecting land use planning and development

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5. An RCM plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding wetlands and bodies of water;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical interest, cultural interest, including heritage interest within the meaning of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002), aesthetic interest or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location;
(9)  (subparagraph repealed).
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any thoroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P-41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18; 2002, c. 68, s. 2, s. 52; 2004, c. 20, s. 1; 2010, c. 10, s. 5; 2011, c. 21, s. 210; 2017, c. 142017, c. 14, s. 40.
5. An RCM plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical interest, cultural interest, including heritage interest within the meaning of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002), aesthetic interest or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location;
(9)  (subparagraph repealed).
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any thoroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P-41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18; 2002, c. 68, s. 2, s. 52; 2004, c. 20, s. 1; 2010, c. 10, s. 5; 2011, c. 21, s. 210.
5. An RCM plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location;
(9)  (subparagraph repealed).
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any thoroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P‐41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18; 2002, c. 68, s. 2, s. 52; 2004, c. 20, s. 1; 2010, c. 10, s. 5.
5. A land use planning and development plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location;
(9)  set out a strategic vision of cultural, economic, environmental and social development to facilitate the coherent exercise of the regional county municipality’s jurisdiction.
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any thoroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P‐41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
The plan of a regional county municipality all or part of whose territory is situated within the territory of a metropolitan community is not required to contain the element provided for in subparagraph 9 of the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18; 2002, c. 68, s. 2, s. 52; 2004, c. 20, s. 1.
5. A land use planning and development plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location;
(9)  set out a strategic vision of cultural, economic, environmental and social development to facilitate the coherent exercise of the regional county municipality’s jurisdiction.
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing minimal rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any throroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P‐41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
The plan of a regional county municipality all or part of whose territory is situated within the territory of a metropolitan community is not required to contain the element provided for in subparagraph 9 of the first paragraph.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18; 2002, c. 68, s. 2, s. 52.
5. A development plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location.
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing minimal rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any throroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P-41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or a mandatary of the State or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65; 1999, c. 40, s. 18.
5. A development plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(2.1)  without restricting the generality of subparagraphs 1 and 2 or limiting the application of the other elements of the plan with regard to the overall territory of the regional county municipality, determine such land use guidelines and land use designations as the regional county municipality considers appropriate to ensure, in the agricultural zone within its territory, that land use planning and development standards are compatible with the objective of ensuring priority for the use of land for agricultural activities and, within that framework, the harmonious coexistence of agricultural and non-agricultural uses;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location.
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing minimal rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any throroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
The complementary document of a regional county municipality whose territory includes an agricultural zone must contain the elements it considers appropriate for the implementation of section 79.1 of the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities (chapter P-41.1), together with parameters to determine, in relation to the forms of inconvenience resulting from odours caused by certain agricultural activities, the separation distances referred to in the third paragraph of section 113.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or mandataries or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4; 1996, c. 26, s. 65.
5. A development plan must, regarding the territory of a regional county municipality,
(1)  determine the general aims of land development policy for the territory;
(2)  determine the general policies on land use of the territory for the different parts of it;
(3)  delimit urbanization perimeters;
(4)  identify zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other disasters or for reasons of environmental protection regarding riverbanks and lakeshores, littoral zones and floodplains;
(5)  identify the thoroughfares whose present or planned presence in a place results in land occupation near this place being subject to major restrictions for reasons of public safety, public health or general welfare;
(6)  identify any part of the territory that is of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(7)  describe and plan the organization of land transport and, for such purpose,
(a)  indicate the nature of major existing land transport infrastructures and equipment as well as their location;
(b)  taking into account the adequacy or inadequacy of the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a, the foreseeable demand in matters of transportation and the anticipated part of transportation having to be assured by the various means of transportation, indicate the principal improvements to be made to the infrastructures and equipment referred to in subparagraph a and indicate the nature of any planned major new land transport infrastructures and equipment, together with their approximate location;
(8)  (a)  indicate the nature of major existing infrastructures and equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7 as well as their location;
(b)  indicate the nature of any planned major new infrastructures or equipment other than those referred to in subparagraph 7, together with their approximate location.
The plan must also include a complementary document establishing minimal rules requiring municipalities whose territories are comprised in that of a regional county municipality
(1)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16 or 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 3 or 4 of the second paragraph of section 115;
(2)  to adopt by-laws under subparagraph 16.1 of the second paragraph of section 113 or subparagraph 4.1 of the second paragraph of section 115, by reason of the present or planned presence of any throroughfare identified in accordance with subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph of this section;
(3)  to prescribe, by by-law, rules at least as restrictive as those established in the complementary document.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 7 and 8 of the first paragraph, major infrastructure or equipment means infrastructure or equipment that concerns the citizens and ratepayers of more than one municipality or that is erected by the Government or one of its ministers or mandataries or by a public body or a school board.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700; 1993, c. 3, s. 4.
5. A development plan must include
(1)  the general aims of land development policy for the territory of the regional county municipality;
(2)  the general policies on land use for the whole territory of the regional county municipality;
(3)  the delimitation of the urbanization perimeters;
(4)  the identification of zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety, such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other severe physical disturbances;
(5)  the identification of territories that are of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(6)  the identification and the approximate location and, where applicable, the schedule for the setting up of the public services and infrastructure which the regional county municipality considers to be intermunicipal in nature;
(7)  the identification and the approximate location of the public services and infrastructure to be set up by the Government, the government departments and agencies and by public bodies and school boards;
(8)  the identification and the approximate location of the major electricity, gas, telecommunications and cable delivery networks.
The plan must also include a complementary document dealing with the minimum standards to be respected by municipal by-laws adopted in accordance with subparagraphs 16 and 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 and subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph of section 115.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70; 1988, c. 84, s. 700.
5. A development plan must include
(1)  the general aims of land development policy for the territory of the regional county municipality;
(2)  the general policies on land use for the whole territory of the regional county municipality;
(3)  the delimitation of the urbanization perimeters;
(4)  the identification of zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety, such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other severe physical disturbances;
(5)  the identification of territories that are of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(6)  the identification and the approximate location and, where applicable, the schedule for the setting up of the public services and infrastructure which the regional county municipality considers to be intermunicipal in nature;
(7)  the identification and the approximate location of the public services and infrastructure to be set up by the Government, the government departments and agencies and by public bodies and school corporations;
(8)  the identification and the approximate location of the major electricity, gas, telecommunications and cable delivery networks.
The plan must also include a complementary document dealing with the minimum standards to be respected by municipal by-laws adopted in accordance with subparagraphs 16 and 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 and subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph of section 115.
1979, c. 51, s. 5; 1982, c. 63, s. 70.
5. A development plan must include
(1)  the general aims of land development policy for the territory of the regional county municipality;
(2)  the general policies on land use for the whole territory of the regional county municipality;
(3)  the delimitation of the urbanization perimeters;
(4)  the identification of zones where land occupation is subject to special restrictions for reasons of public safety, such as flood zones, erosion zones, landslide zones or zones subject to other severe physical disturbances;
(5)  the identification of territories that are of historical, cultural, aesthetic or ecological interest to the regional county municipality;
(6)  the identification and the approximate location and, where applicable, the schedule for the setting up of the public services and infrastructure which the regional county municipality considers to be intermunicipal in nature;
(7)  the identification and the approximate location of the public services and infrastructure to be set up by the Government, the government departments and agencies and by public bodies and school corporations;
(8)  the identification and the approximate location of the major electricity, gas, telecommunications and cable delivery networks.
The plan must also include a complementary document dealing with the minimum standards to be respected by municipal by-laws adopted in accordance with subparagraphs 16 and 17 of the second paragraph of section 113 and subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph of section 115, which are to apply to the zones defined under subparagraph 4 of the first paragraph of this section.
1979, c. 51, s. 5.