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Development Charges

New services are required for the City of Brandon to grow. These services include off-site improvements (external to a development) to the transportation, water, wastewater and land drainage facilities and networks. One method of funding the off-site improvements is by collecting contributions from new development.

The Development Services Division is completing a development cost charge study and by-law to provide the option of a development charge by-law to Council for consideration.

For information, please contact Chief Planner Ryan Nickel at r.nickel@brandon.ca or by phone at 204-729-2124.

 

City of Brandon Develoment Charge Feedback Survey

City of Brandon Development Charge Feedback Survey

 

 

City of Brandon Develoment Charge Background Study

PDF Logo Development Charge Background Study (1.45 MB)

City of Brandon Development Charge Mapping

Development Charge Mapping

City of Brandon Data Collection from Other Municipalities

PDF Logo Compared Value on Development Charges

FAQ

PDF Logo FAQ Development Charges (236 KB)

 

Public Engagement

Public Meeting - March 8, 2017

A community discussion to assist the public in navigating the Development Charge Draft Background Study and to provide an opportunity to share thoughts, concerns and questions with City administration.

PDF Logo Event Information (265 KB)

 

Public Meeting - November 24, 2016

A public meeting was held to present preliminary calculations of the development charge and provide a draft policy on the infrastructure included in the development charge calculation.

PDF Logo Presentation (646 KB)

PDF Logo Local Service Policy (125 KB)

 

Comments

If you have any comments regarding the development charge by-law, please complete the survey:

Complete Survey Here

 

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