The Town Planning and Heritage Committee (CCUP)
The main role of the CCUP (Comité consultatif d’urbanisme et du patrimoine) is to advise the Municipal Council on matters of urbanism, town planning and heritage protection.
The CCUP also makes recommendations to the Municipal Council on matters of urbanism and built heritage (architectural integration, analysis of specific projects, assessment of claims for exemptions, etc.).
Any project to build, refurbish, or renovate a building located in North Hatley must be submitted to the CCUP at least two weeks before one of its meetings (see schedule, below).
In order for the Committee to analyze your request, you must submit the necessary documents, including:
- Plans (location and elevation)
- A sample of products
- Photos of the building
Please be advised that the CCUP reserves the right to postpone its decision concerning a project if it determines that additional information is needed.
Composition of the North Hatley CCUP
The CCUP comprises eight members, including two municipal councillors:
- Guy Veillette, councillor and president
- Elizabeth Fee, councillor
- Paul St-Pierre, citizen
- Michael Rochette, citizen
- Richard Gourde, citizen
- Martin Troy, citizen
- Serge Rodrigue, citizen
- (Vacant position)
The Municipal Building and Environment Inspector takes part in the CCUP meetings as Secretary, without voting rights.
CCUP Meeting Schedule 2020 (To be determined)
It is worth noting that CCUP meetings are not open to the public.
For any questions, please contact the inspector, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 819 842-2754.