Subdivision & Development Appeal Board

Meetings

  • Normally evenings at 7 PM
  • When Called/Scheduled by Secretary
  • City Hall Council Chambers
    5432 56 Avenue, Lacombe
    T4L 1E9

Members

The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is comprised of four members and an alternate (the alternate ensures any panel consists of only one council member), with a minimum of 3 public members, and an SDAB clerk, as follows:

  • Reuben Konnik, Council
    Term: 2020, At Pleasure
  • Cora Hoekstra, Council Alternate
    Term: 2020, At Pleasure
  • Candice Campbell, Citizen at Large
    Term: January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2022
  • Cindy Esau, Citizen at Large
    Term: January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2022
  • Tom Kentz, Citizen at Large
    Term: January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2020
  • SDAB Clerk (a designated officer)

Overview

The SDAB is a trained quasi-judicial body that reviews primarily development decisions, subdivision decisions, or stop orders following an appeal. The SDAB holds a public hearing within 30 days after receipt of a notice of appeal for:

  • A decision of the Subdivision Authority or Development Authority
  • A refusal or failure by the Subdivision Authority or Development Authority to make a decision within the time allowed for a decision established in the Act
  • A stop order issued by the Development Authority

Related Bylaws

The bylaw governing the establishment and function of the SDAB is Bylaw 229 (PDF).

Land Use Bylaw 400 (PDF), outlines the Development Appeal Process, including who can apply, timeline requirements and procedure.

Decisions

If you wish to view older SDAB decisions please contact Planning and Development Services.