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subdivisions

Under The Planning and Development Act, 2007, (the PDA) "subdivision" means a division of land that will result in the creation of a surface parcel or the rearrangement of the boundaries or limits of a surface parcel. It also includes the removal of a parcel tie that links two or more parcels together so as to prevent those parcels from being individually dealt with in the land registry if the situation involves:

  • a legal subdivision (LSD) in a quarter section;
  • a parcel linked to another parcel if the parcels:
    • were deemed to be one parcel of land pursuant to any former Act;
    • are separated by a road or railway plan or a water course; and
    • were held under one certificate of title before the implementation of The Land Titles Act, 2000.
  • a parcel that was required to be consolidated with all or part of another parcel by a certificate of approval issued pursuant to the PDA or any former Act.

To expedite the subdivision process please contact the RM office with your proposal before going to community planning. 

Subdivisions are approved by the Government of Saskatchewan, Community Planning Department.

application to subdivide land

parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

a step by step guide to subdivision

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a step by step guide to subdivision

parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

a step by step guide to subdivision

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parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

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bylaw amendments

utility declaration form

parcel ties - a guide to having them removed

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sample subdivision plan

utility declaration form

utility declaration form

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utility declaration form

utility declaration form

utility declaration form

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