Stratification of a building can take many months to get from the initial application to an approved stratification. If you are new to stratifying we strongly suggest that you hire an agent to work with you on your proposal. You may choose a BC Land Surveyor, an engineer, or a development consultant.
The Seven Steps to the Subdivision Process
1. Pre-Application Meeting
Applicants are encouraged to contact Community Planning to schedule a meeting to discuss their proposal. Staff will identify known site specific issues with respect to zoning, planning policy, development permit areas, existing services, development constraints, and assist with the application process.
Subdivision can generally be described as the legal mechanism to create new, titled parcels of land. Where a proposed subdivision complies with the current zoning regulations for the parcel, an application can be submitted to the City of Kelowna Subdivision Approving Officer.
The following tools and programs are used for the protection and restoration of heritage properties in Kelowna:
The purpose of an Urban Design Development Permit is to:
- Provide clarity of objectives for form and character of developments (to be aesthetically appealing and sensitive to the established neighbourhood); and
- Revitalize areas to ensure they are vibrant and dynamic for residents and visitors alike.
Urban Design Development Permits are used to review the following:
Kelowna's beautiful natural setting and stewardship of the environment are priorities for our citizens. Our development permit process helps sustain the ecological needs of the environment while supporting the social needs of the community.
There are two types of Environmental Development Permits: