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Who we are

Our Mission Statement, Guiding Principle and Logo

What is Land Use Planning?

Land Use Planning and the Dehcho Process

Interim Land Withdrawals

The Interim Resource Development Agreement (IRDA)

Where are we?

Consultation & Feedback

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)










A large part of the Land Use Planning Process is consultation. Consultation is defined in the Interim Measures Agreement as:

(a) "Providing, to the party to be consulted:

(i) Notice of the matter in sufficient form and detail to allow the party to prepare its views on the matter;

(ii) A reasonable period for the party to prepare those views; and

(iii) An opportunity to present those views to the party having the power or duty to consult; and

(b) Considering, fully and impartially, the views so presented."

 

We see this as an excellent opportunity to build strong, productive relationships with everyone involved in this process and believe the Plan will be greatly improved by the input and feedback received. Consultation will begin once the information gathering stage is completed. We will be taking this information out to the communities and stakeholders for presentation and discussion, and asking for your feedback on the information gathered and the next steps to be taken in the process. In the meantime, feel free to call us or visit us to discuss our activities or share your thoughts. You can also contact us via our contact page.

 



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