Development Engineering Approval for Building Permits
IMPORTANT: Applicant to submit approved Zoning Certificate at king.ca/ZoningCertificate and associated stamped drawings prior to submitting for development engineering approval.
- Existing and proposed topographic survey.
- Identify existing and proposed drainage patterns.
- Identify roof leaders and proposed outlets.
- Provide erosion and sediment control Measures, ie. silt fencing, mud mats, tree protection, etc.
- Provide hard landscaping breakdown. If greater than 60%, a Hard Landscaping Exemption Permit is required.
- Identify existing infrastructure, ie. culverts, storm catch basins and/or rear yard storm laterals.
- Identify any existing easements.
- Identify proposed new water, sanitary or storm connections to the municipal system.
- Depending on size of lot, size of proposed infrastructure and proximity to adjacent infrastructure a full topographic survey, may not be needed, or a full topographic survey stamped by a licensed surveyor or engineer maybe required. Contact Development Engineering email@example.com for more information.
Storm Water Brief
- If site is within a village boundary, the proponent is required to satisfy the stormwater management requirement (i.e., quantity and quality control) set out in the Township Engineering Design Criteria. Please provide the proposed SWM mitigation measures along with the supporting calculations. Any infiltration type design should be supported by groundwater and soil infiltration rate information prepared by a Geotechnical Engineer. The SWM calculation must demonstrate that the post development drainage does not exceed the pre-development condition.
- Existing/proposed drainage pattern should be clearly shown with arrows. Drainage should be self-contained. Cut-off swales should be proposed where required.
- Existing and proposed servicing info. Inverts at the property line should be provided. Existing services to be re-used where possible. Any existing services to be abandoned should be shown and labelled. Any restoration on road and boulevard due to new services should be identified.
- Water service size required based on fixture counts should be confirmed.
- If applicable, location of septic and well system should be shown on the plan.
It is the applicant's responsibility to obtain a new Zoning Certificate if the development engineering approval impacts any zoning requirements, ie. setbacks, height, lot coverage, etc.
Submit the following requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Approved Zoning Certificate https://www.king.ca/ZoningCertificate and associated stamped approved drawings.
- Lot grading drawing including all general information requirements.
- Storm water brief and servicing (as required).
Subject line must include the following:
- Address – type of building permit
All email attachments must total less than 10MB to be received.
- Will be included in the building permit fees collected by the Building Division.
- Lot grading review - complex – will be reviewed by external consultant – actual cost plus 15% administration fee – will be invoiced by the Finance Department.
- Simple – will be reviewed by Township staff – 2024 rate = $255.
- Lot grading inspection – simple and complex – 2024 rate = $435.
- Read more about fees and charges here.