D-1-2 Land Use Compatibility: Specific Applications
Supplementary document to D-1, outlining the publications that can be referenced for specific examples.
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(formerly referenced by 07-03)
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A. Ministry documents:
- Guideline D-2, "Compatibility Between Sewage Treatment Facilities and Sensitive Land Use"
- Guideline D-4, "Land Use On or Near Landfills and Dumps"
- Guideline D-6, "Compatibility Between Industrial Facilities and Sensitive Land Uses"
- Draft "Integrating MOEE Objectives into Municipal Official Plans" (January, 1993)
- Publication LU-131, "Noise Assessment Criteria in Land Use Planning"
- Policy No. PC-0005, "Policy to Govern the Spray Irrigation of Treated Sewage on to Recreational Lands" (June 1, 1980)
B. Other agencies' documents:
- Agricultural Code of Practice (OMAF, MOEE, MOH)
- Guidelines on Noise and New Residential Development Adjacent to Freeways (Ministry of Housing, April 1979)
- Land Use Policy Near Airports (Ministry of Housing, March 1987)
- Aggregate Resources Act and Final Report of the Interministerial Committee on Pits and Quarries (MMA/MOEE/MNR, September, 1983)
- Provincial Flood Plains Planning Policy (MNR, 1988)
- footnote[*] Back to paragraph The influence area for pits and quarries is determined by the Ministries of Environment & Energy and Natural Resources on a case-by-case basis. For new operations, the influence area is to be determined by appropriate studies (e.g. noise, dust, vibration, hydrogeological) carried out in support of the applications for licensing or land use approvals. With respect to encroachment of other sensitive land uses upon existing pits and quarries and undeveloped resource areas, the influence area shall either be established by similar studies or in lieu of these studies, the municipality shall apply setbacks from pits and quarries and undeveloped resource areas as specified in Guideline D-6, "Compatibility Between Industrial Facilities and Sensitive Land Uses".