85. A planning program may also include a special planning program for part of the territory of the municipality.
A special planning program may include
(1) the detailed land use and the land occupation density;
(2) the intended layout and the type of the thoroughfares and of the public transport, electricity, gas, telecommunications and cable distribution networks;
(3) the nature, layout and type of the public services and infrastructure intended for community use;
(4) the catalogue of the intended works, their estimated costs and indication of the bodies concerned;
(5) the proposed zoning, subdivision and building rules;
(6) the sequence in which urban public services and waterworks and sewer systems and terminals are to be constructed;
(7) the estimated duration of the works;
(8) the special land redevelopment, restoration and demolition programs.
A special planning program applicable to that part of the territory of the municipality designated as the “centre” or “central sector” of the city or town may also include a program of acquisition of immovables in view of alienating or leasing them for purposes contemplated in the special planning program. The municipality may carry out the program of acquisition of immovables when the special planning program and the planning by-laws consistent with the program are in force.
The municipality may also acquire an immovable situated in that part of its territory designated as the “centre” or “central sector” , even if the acquisition is not provided for by a program of acquisition of immovables, with a view to alienating it or leasing it to a person who requires it to carry out a project that is consistent with the special planning program, if the person is already the owner of land or the beneficiary of a promise of sale of land representing two thirds of the area required to carry out the project.
1979, c. 51, s. 85; 1983, c. 57, s. 34; 2005, c. 6, s. 129.