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Urban planning

In order to exercise regional leadership in this area, the MRC’s land use management service has as its mandate the proposal of a development framework, resulting specifically in the Regional Development Plan, as well as various regional policies and bylaws.

These management tools identify the main guidelines and the specific objectives affecting local development, agriculture, forestry, culture, landscape and constructed heritage, natural areas and all the areas of interest present. vue

To learn more about land use management, we invite you to consult the following PDF documents:

Regional Development Plan
Regional interim control bylaw

2022 Accountability Report – Transitional Regime

Since March 1, 2022, municipalities and regional county municipalities (MRCs) must report on the implementation of the Municipal Authorization Regime for activities carried out in aquatic environments, as provided for in the Transitional Regime. This results from the Regulation on the provisional implementation of the amendments made by Chapter 7 of the 2021 Laws on flood risk management.

Municipalities must keep a register of the authorizations issued under this regime and transmit this information to the MRC. The latter is responsible for publishing an annual report on the authorizations issued, based on the data provided by the local municipalities.

This report must be published on the MRC's website and remain available for at least 5 years. The report for the year 2022 is presented on the following page, with a breakdown by type of aquatic environment, such as the coastline, the shore, the low-flow flood zone, and the high-flow flood zone.

If you would like more information on the Transitional Regime, we invite you to consult the Quebec government's website dedicated to this topic.

Consult the 2022 Accountability Report – Transitional Regime document for the Brome-Missisquoi MRC.