Subdivision DevelopmentIt’s no secret that establishing a subdivision development in Ontario can be both challenging and complex. Depending on the proposed property’s location and previous uses, the maze of applications, approvals and permits needed for a subdivision can be daunting.

Ozaanaman Engineering has been helping real estate developers and contractors navigate this process for more than 8 years. We are proud to have assisted in or managed the application process for over 30 proposed and current subdivision developments!

Our trained professional and technical staff have a wealth of experience leading clients through the Plan of Subdivision Application Process. We can provide the necessary investigations, plans, consultations, and testing to obtain a Registered Plan of Subdivision. Our Subdivision Development Division has a comprehensive understanding of the Planning Act and an excellent relationship with the associated regulatory agencies.

Ozaanaman Engineering can perform the majority of the requirements for a Plan of Subdivision in-house, thereby reducing consulting fees and saving our clients time and money.

Subdivision Service Listing

Below is a listing of the services we provide.

Planning and Consultation

  • Planning Act
  • Ontario Provincial Policy Statement (2005)
  • Environmental Protection Act

Preparation of Subdivision Application

  • Environmental Site Assessments
  • Record of Site condition
  • Municipal Class Environmental Assessment
  • Environmental Impact Studies
  • Natural Heritage Studies
  • Erosion Studies
  • Drainage and Storm water Management Plans
  • Hydrogeological Studies
  • Municipal Road Design
  • Road Construction Administration and Testing
  • Legal Surveys
  • Topographic Surveys
  • Site Plans
  • Lot Layout Design and Planning

Agency Consultation

  • Municipalities
  • Ministry of Environment
  • Ministry of Affairs and Housing
  • Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Ministry of Health
  • Conservation Authorities


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