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Why consultation isn't required
Part II of the Environmental Bill of Rights Act, 1993 does not apply to proposal to make a Minister's Zoning Order (MZO) under subsection 47(1) of the Planning Act, or to amend or revoke an MZO under subsection 47(8) of the Planning Act.
A Zoning Order, made pursuant to clause 47(1)(a) of the Planning Act, regulates the use of land and the erection, location and use of any building or structure on the land.
O. Reg. 784/21 provides relief from certain zoning requirements to facilitate the development of residential uses, including up to 1,000 new units. This order also includes the protection of environmentally sensitive natural heritage features through the Floodplain zone.
O. Reg. 784/21 applies to lands municipally known as 8525 Mississauga Road in the City of Brampton. For illustrative purposes, the subject lands are shown in reference map 282, the link to which is set out below.
Pursuant to subsection 47(4) of the Planning Act, and except for the purposes of section 24, the Minister deemed O. Reg. 784/21 to be and to always have been a by-law passed by the Council of the City of Brampton.
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