Alberta Environment and Parks is hosting two educational webinars to review the Proposed Disturbance Standard under the Public Lands Administration Regulation
Alberta Environment and Parks
(AEP) is in the process of establishing a disturbance standard under the Public Lands Administration Regulation
(PLAR). The purpose is to better manage the placement of temporary seasonal docks and associated structures on the beds and shores of Crown-owned water bodies that are subject to the Public Lands Act.
The proposed disturbance standard is intended to improve the regulatory oversight over the use of docks as well as streamline the administrative process for waterfront holders, semi-waterfront holders, and municipal waterfront holders by eliminating the requirement to apply for an authorization.
AEP has provided the following information about the proposed disturbance standard:
AEP is inviting stakeholders to review the information above and attend one of two educational webinars to review the proposed disturbance standard and provide an opportunity to ask any questions based on the documents provided.
Stakeholder Webinar #1
Stakeholder Webinar #2
If you are not able to attend either of these webinars but would like to provide feedback on the disturbance standard, please contact Gerry Haekel at AEP.Info-Centre@gov.ab.ca
For enquiries, please contact:
Director of External Relations & Advocacy