Highway Access Checklist
Applications for highway access shall include a completed permit application form, and supporting details and documents. Please submit the following to the District Transportation Office. Be as thorough as possible, since Ministry staff cannot process application with required items missing.
Required items include:
When you plan to build an access, consider how the access and on-site parking layout will work together. The sketch plan should include the approximate grades and widths of access, and may include a design profile and drainage plans. The District Development Technician is available to provide advice. Engineered drawings may be require for final approval.
The sketch should contain:
Include these items as well, where applicable:
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act was proclaimed on October 4, 1993. All personal and business information collected by the Ministry is subject to the provisions of the Act.
The personal information on the application form is collected under the authority of the land Title Act. The information collected will be used to process your preliminary subdivision application, and it may be necessary for the Ministry to provide this information to other agencies (see Evaluation). If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information, contact the District Development Technician at the nearest Ministry of Transportation office.
This guide is a living document; it is subject to change without notice. Please check the Rural Subdivisions Website (http://www.th.gov.bc.ca/permits/Subdibision_Home.asp) to make sure you version is sufficiently current.