Subdivision is the process of legally changing the boundaries of a parcel.

In the cases where a proposed subdivision complies with current zoning regulations for the parcel, an application can be submitted to the City of Pitt Meadows.  

The Land Title Office, in most cases, will not register new parcels that are created through subdivision without the signature of an Approving Officer on the plan of subdivision.   In most cases, subdivision will involve:

  • Dividing one or two lots into several lots;
  • Adjusting or realigning an existing property line; or
  • Combining two or more lots into one lot.

Regulatory Framework

There is a wide range of both provincial and local government legislation and regulations taken into consideration when assessing a subdivision application, including, but not limited to:  

Read and/or download our overview of the subdivision review process in Pitt Meadows.

A Guide to Subdivision

Related Bylaws

The City bylaws that govern or influence subdivisons within the community are:

Fees

There may be other significant costs to consider depending on the scope of the development and specific site features.   These may include:  

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