The Basics of Municipal Planning and Development Law


Canadian Institute of Resources Law

Land use planning is the intersection between people, land and regulations. Municipal policies are complex and routinely change.

The Canadian Institute of Resources Law is hosting a course for planners, planning practitioners and municipal administrators to understand the basics of Alberta’s municipal policies in regards to planning and development.

When: February 21, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Where: University of Calgary
Cost: $395

Register for the course on EventBrite.

The instructor of the course is Dr. Judy Stewart, a lawyer from Cochrane who focuses on municipal and water law. Dr. Stewart’s background ranges from teaching to municipal administration – most notably as the mayor of Cochrane for three years.

The course will cover the basics of Alberta municipal laws and policies, including the Municipal Government Act, statutory plans, land use bylaws, development permits and subdivision management.

Learn more about the course, The Basics of Municipal Planning and Development Law.

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