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Local Planning Appeal Support Centre to Close

Feb 22, 2019

The Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (“LPASC”) has announced that the Government has decided to close it. As a result, the LPASC is no longer accepting new requests for professional services from the public. The announcement on the LPASC’s website states the LPASC has until 30 June 2019 to wind down its business.

The LPSAC is as an independent provincial agency which provides free support and information to eligible persons who wish to participate in matters before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal.

The LPSAC was established pursuant to the  Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Act, 2017 as part of the overhaul of planning legislation by the former Liberal Government in late 2017.

Our Wood Bull Guide provides more information on the LPSAC and its governing legislation.

The Local Planning Appeal Support Centre can be reached at https://www.lpasc.ca/


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