A Compliance Certificate is confirmation that all buildings and structures identified on the property comply with the regulations under the Town of Penhold's Land Use Bylaw.
A minimum of two (2) copies of the Real Property Report (one of which must be an original) along with the applicable fee must be submitted to obtain a compliance certificate. The Town keeps one original copy of the real property report and returns all other copies.
Compliance Certificate Application Fee is $50 for ten (10) working days or $100 to have the compliance application reviewed and a response received within two (2) working days. (Note: this does not include the day the Town receives the application)
Real Property Report
A Real Property Report (RPR) is a drawing that shows your lot's property lines and the location of any buildings and fences on your property. A licensed land survey company would draft a real property report if the property owner does not already have a RPR.
Please ensure that your Real Property Report is not older than one (1) year. The Town may accept reports that are between one (1) and ten (10) years old if accompanied by a statutory declaration confirming nothing has changed on the property.