Movement of Soil Not Development

Posted by Johannes Schenk on May 31st, 2006 — Posted in Municipal Law

The BC Court of Apeal has affirmed a judgement finding that moving soil to a location behind a retaining wall was not a “development” for the purpose of s. 559 of the Vancouver Charter and Development By-law No. 3575 and thus does not require a building permit. See the case of R. v. Reid 2006 BCCA 251.

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