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O. Reg. 197/04: PROPERTY PRESCRIBED FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 19.0.1 OF THE ACT IN RESPECT OF ELECTRICITY GENERATING OR TRANSFORMER STATIONS

under Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. A.31

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revoked or spent December 21, 2006
June 30, 2004 December 20, 2006

Assessment Act
Loi sur l’évaluation foncière

ONTARIO REGULATION 197/04

No Amendments

PROPERTY PRESCRIBED FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 19.0.1 OF THE ACT IN RESPECT OF ELECTRICITY GENERATING OR TRANSFORMER STATIONS

Historical version for the period June 30, 2004 to December 20, 2006.

This Regulation is made in English only.

Definitions

1. In this Regulation,

“Darlington Generation Station” means the generation facility located in the Municipality of Clarington, having assessment roll numbers beginning 18-17-010-020-09700 and the legal description “CON BF PT LOT 18 TO 24, RP 10R342, RP 10343, RP 10R398 EXP PLAN 74387, RP 10R94, RD ALLOWANCE PT, RP 10R664 PART 1 AND RP 10R1551 PART 1”, as set out on the 1999 assessment roll;

“generation facility” has the meaning assigned in subsection 2 (1) of the Electricity Act, 1998;

“Industrial Product Price Index” means the Industrial Product Price Index contained in Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 62-011-XPE, Statistical Tables, Table 1: Summary of Recent Price Movements, All Commodities Index;

“Pickering Generation Station” means the generation facility located in the City of Pickering, having assessment roll numbers beginning 18-01-020-022-06800 and the legal description “CON BF RANGE 2, 3 PT LOT 17-22 & PT RD ALLOW BETWEEN BF RANGE 2, 3 & PT PT RD ALLOW BETWEEN LOT 18, 19, 20, 21”, as set out on the 1999 assessment roll;

“replacement cost new” means, in respect of a building or structure, the cost of reconstructing the building or structure, as determined by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation for the assessment year in question, prior to any reduction in value associated with accumulated depreciation and obsolescence;

“water intake and discharge facilities” includes tunnels, pipes, ducts, forebays, channels, groins, retaining or revetment walls, berms, and associated structures and improvements that are related to the intake and discharge of water at the Darlington Generation Station or the Pickering Generation Station. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 1.

Darlington Generation Station

Prescribed buildings and structures

2. (1) The following buildings and structures are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 19.0.1 (1) of the Act, effective April 1, 1999:

1. The water intake and discharge facilities at the Darlington Generation Station.

2. The buildings and structures at the Darlington Generation Station listed in Schedule 1. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 2 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), no building or structure whose construction was completed after December 31, 2002 is prescribed for the purposes of subsection 19.0.1 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 2 (2).

Assessed value of water intake and discharge facilities

3. For the purposes of clause 19.0.1 (1) (b) of the Act, the assessed value of the water intake and discharge facilities at the Darlington Generation Station shall be determined in the following manner:

1. For each of the 1999 and 2000 taxation years, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the difference between the replacement cost new of the facilities and the amount, as determined by the assessment corporation, of accumulated depreciation to the end of that year by a factor for obsolescence equal to 0.237882.

2. For each of the 2001 and 2002 taxation years, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the difference between the replacement cost new of the facilities and the amount, as determined by the assessment corporation, of accumulated depreciation to the end of that year by a factor for obsolescence equal to 0.240848.

3. For the 2003 taxation year, the assessed value shall be the assessed value determined under paragraph 2 for the 2002 taxation year.

4. For 2004 and each subsequent taxation year, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the assessed value for the previous taxation year by the factor determined using the formula,

1 + (A – B) / B

in which,

“A” is the Industrial Product Price Index for March of the previous taxation year, and

“B” is the Industrial Product Price Index for March of the year before the previous taxation year.

O. Reg. 197/04, s. 3.

Assessed value of buildings and structures in Schedule 1

4. For the purposes of clause 19.0.1 (1) (b) of the Act, the assessed value of the buildings and structures listed in Schedule 1 shall be determined in the manner described in clause 19.0.1 (1) (a) of the Act, with the inside ground floor area of the buildings and structures calculated on the basis that the interior dimensions are equal to 95 per cent of the exterior dimensions. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 4.

Pickering Nuclear Generation Station

Prescribed buildings and structures

5. (1) The following buildings and structures are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 19.0.1 (1) of the Act, effective April 1, 1999:

1. The water intake and discharge facilities at the Pickering Generation Station.

2. The buildings and structures at the Pickering Generation Station listed in Schedule 2. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 5 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), no building or structure whose construction was completed after December 31, 2002 is prescribed for the purposes of subsection 19.0.1 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 5 (2).

Assessed value of water intake and discharge facilities

6. For the purposes of clause 19.0.1 (1) (b) of the Act, the assessed value of the water intake and discharge facilities at the Pickering Generation Station shall be determined in the following manner:

1. For each of the 1999 and 2000 taxation years, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the difference between the replacement cost new of the facilities and the amount, as determined by the assessment corporation, of accumulated depreciation to the end of that year by a factor for obsolescence equal to 0.376169.

2. For each of the 2001 and 2002 taxation years, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the difference between the replacement cost new of the facilities and the amount, as determined by the assessment corporation, of accumulated depreciation to the end of that year by a factor for obsolescence equal to 0.386594.

3. For the 2003 taxation year, the assessed value shall be the assessed value determined under paragraph 2 for the 2002 taxation year.

4. For 2004 and each subsequent taxation year, the assessed value shall be determined by multiplying the assessed value for the previous taxation year by the factor determined using the formula,

1 + (A – B) / B

in which,

“A” is the Industrial Product Price Index for March of the previous taxation year, and

“B” is the Industrial Product Price Index for March of the taxation year before the previous taxation year.

O. Reg. 197/04, s. 6.

Assessed value of buildings and structures in Schedule 2

7. For the purposes of clause 19.0.1 (1) (b) of the Act, the assessed value of the buildings and structures listed in Schedule 2 shall be determined in the manner described in clause 19.0.1 (1) (a) of the Act, with the inside ground floor area of the buildings and structures calculated on the basis that the interior dimensions are equal to 95 per cent of the exterior dimensions. O. Reg. 197/04, s. 7.

8. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation). O. Reg. 197/04, s. 8.

SCHEDULE 1
DARLINGTON NUCLEAR GENERATING STATION MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON ROLL NUMBER 1817-010-020-09700

Item

Buildings and Structures

1.

Unit 0 service area (common services area between units 1-2 and 3-4)

2.

Powerhouse (turbine hall & extension, reactor service — all units)

3.

Reactor building unit one

4.

Reactor building unit two

5.

Reactor building unit three

6.

Reactor building unit four

7.

West fuel annex — fuel loading facility (attached to powerhouse)

8.

East fuel annex — fuel loading facility (attached to powerhouse)

9.

Cooling water pump house one

10.

Cooling water pump house two

11.

Cooling water pump house three

12.

Cooling water pump house four

13.

Water treatment plant (sediment removal)

14.

Emergency power system electrical building

15.

Emergency water supply pump house (back-up water supply)

16.

Circulating water discharge structure (cooling water control)

17.

Emergency power generator #1

18.

Emergency power generator #2

19.

Emergency power generator fuel management building

20.

Fuel oil pump house #1

21.

Fuel oil pump house #2

22.

Reactor maintenance trailer (components building)

23.

Standby generator one (back-up power supply)

24.

Standby generator two (back-up power supply)

25.

Standby generator three (back-up power supply)

26.

Standby generator four (back-up power supply)

27.

Vacuum building

28.

Pressure relief duct

29.

Steam heating boiler house (back-up heat and steam)

30.

Switching station (transforming equipment)

O. Reg. 197/04, Sched. 1.

SCHEDULE 2
PICKERING GENERATING STATION MUNICIPALITY OF PICKERING ROLL NUMBER: 1801-020-022-06800

Item

Buildings and Structures

1.

Service area/wing

2.

Auxiliary irradiated fuel building

3.

Standby generator building #1

4.

Standby generator building #2

5.

Standby generator oil pump house #1

6.

Standby generator oil pump house #2

7.

Screen house #1 (cooling water debris screens)

8.

Screen house #2 (cooling water debris screens)

9.

Vacuum building

10.

Pressure relief duct

11.

Off gas system building

12.

Old water treatment building

13.

High pressure emergency coolant injection system pump house

14.

High pressure emergency coolant injection system auxiliary service building

15.

Emergency water and power system building

16.

Water treatment building

17.

Standby boiler building

18.

Shut down system emergency control instrument rooms 1-2

19.

Shut down system emergency control instrument rooms 3-4

20.

Emergency water & power system oil tanks

21.

Standby generator oil tank #1

22.

Standby generator oil tank #2

23.

Emergency coolant injection tower

24.

Demineralized water tanks

25.

Transformer buildings

26.

West annex fuel loading facility — attached to powerhouse

27.

East annex fuel loading facility — attached to powerhouse

28.

Chlorine building

29.

Filtered air discharge tower

30.

Filtered air discharge building

31.

Emergency coolant injection shield tower

32.

Sulzer towers — part of heavy water up-grader

33.

Unit emergency control centres

34.

Switchyards — transforming equipment

35.

Reactor auxiliary bay A & reactor buildings

36.

Turbine auxiliary bay A

37.

Turbine hall A

38.

Reactor auxiliary bay B & reactor buildings

39.

Turbine auxiliary bay B

40.

Turbine hall B

41.

Irradiated fuel bay A

42.

Irradiated fuel bay B

43.

Solid waste handling facility

44.

Windmill — wind turbine generator

O. Reg. 197/04, Sched. 2.