If you are submitting a planning application for a new subdivision, your first step is to set up a pre-consultation meeting with planning staff.
- Complete an Application for Pre-consultation.
After your pre-consultation meeting with planning staff, you will need to complete any required reports, plans or studies that are required to form a complete application.
When you have prepared the required information, you can complete the Subdivision Application.
- Complete the Subdivision Application (PDF, 0.2 MB).
- Make sure to include all required plans, studies, reports and fees.
- Submit your application in person to Planning Services, located on the 3rd floor of Tom Davies Square or by mail to:
City of Greater Sudbury
P.O. Box 5000
200 Brady Street
Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3
- The signatures by the applicant or agent on the application forms must be witnessed by a Commissioner. The City has Commissioners of Oath on staff that can witness your signing of the application.
Subdivision Application Fees
- See our list of fees (PDF, 19 KB)
Subdivision Application Approval Process
- Your subdivision application will be reviewed by the Senior Planner assigned to the file to determine that it is complete. You will be advised within 30 days of the application having been submitted as to whether it is complete or not.
- If the application is not complete you will be advised as to what information is missing in order to make the application complete.
- Once it is complete, the City will provide notice to the public that the application and information submitted with it are available to the public.
- Planning Services will coordinate the review of the application and will circulate it to City departments and outside agencies for comment.
- Following the completion of the review, planning staff will prepare a report with a recommendation to be considered at a public hearing by the City’s Planning Committee.
- Notice of the public hearing will be provided by the City. The public is invited to submit comments or speak at the public meeting on the application. At the public meeting planning staff will present their report on the application. The applicant also has an opportunity to present to the Planning Committee.
- If you submitted feedback on the application and disagree with the decision, you may appeal the decision to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT). Learn more about the approval process and public hearings on planning applications and the appeal process.