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The Municipal Law team at Prouse, Dash & Crouch LLP has extensive experience dealing with municipal planning and land development matters. We represent a range of clients from individuals seeking zoning variances to large corporations putting forward more complex development applications. The Municipal Law team specializes in matters such as minor variances for residential and commercial construction, negotiation of site plan agreements, and rezoning applications.
Our lawyers are also experienced in dealing with expropriation matters. There are situations when a Town, City, or Municipality are required to take possession of privately owned land. The Municipal Law team works with various planning consultants, regional and municipal representatives, including councillors and commissioners, on a regular basis. Our lawyers have experience appearing at municipal hearings and meetings as well as before the Ontario Municipal Board.
At Prouse, Dash & Crouch LLP, we believe in providing practical advice and obtainable solutions for your municipal matters.
Region of Peel
The Region of Peel is an upper tier municipality that provides comprehensive land use and transportation planning services including data and information collection, research and analysis, policy development, and public consultation and implementation.
City of Brampton
The City of Brampton is a lower tier municipality and is responsible for the City’s long-range planning and development approvals function.
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH)
The MMAH is the provincial department that overseas planning and development in Ontario. The MMAH creates and alters the planning legislation and is often involved in larger planning and development matters.
City of Brampton Planning and Development:
City of Brampton Committee of Adjustment:
Ontario Municipal Board:
The foregoing is a brief summary for information purposes only, and may only be applicable in the Province of Ontario. It is not intended to be legal advice. Full and complete legal advice can only be given by a lawyer who has detailed information about your individual circumstances, and is retained for such purpose.