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Please visit the Who Can Appeal page to find out who can make appeal to the Intermunicipal Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (ISDAB) when it comes to development permits, subdivision applications, stop orders, and amendments to Land Use by-laws.
Examples of an affected person are someone who owns property, carries on a business or resides in the vicinity of a proposed development. A person who merely visits the area probably may not qualify as an affected person.
Find the steps you will need to take in order to file your appeal properly.
The appeal must be heard by the ISDAB within 30 days of submission. For details about the appeal hearing process please visit our Appeal Hearing page.