Road Dedication Agreement

The Municipal Engineer checks the road widths indicated on the city`s main plan at the time of application to determine their suitability to service traffic from proposed land use, use of adjacent land and all other changes to the overall plan through the adoption of the urban road plan; and his knowledge become the requirements for the dedication of the right of priority and the construction of improvements. 3) If it is necessary to dedicate, it is necessary to insure a supplement for the processing of real estate transfer documents. c. The maximum area to be monitored must not exceed 25% of the area of land for which a building permit is required. Under no circumstances should such a dedication reduce the lot to a size which, according to the zoning regulations, is inappropriate for the proposed building or building. B. The overall plan contains a large number of guidelines and objectives relating to the status of the city`s current traffic facilities and facilities that will be required as a result of the overall plan extension. An evolution is only possible if the transport criteria are met and the necessary facilities and/or programs are in place or need to be developed within a specified time frame (see program 3.1.A, p. 3-3). This is a policy of the general plan to mitigate conflicts between new roadway improvements and existing rural roads when conflicts threaten public health, safety and well-being (Policy 3.1.8, p.

3-3). It is also political to maintain a cobblestone management program and to identify and prioritize projects in the city`s capital improvement program in order to preserve the quality and integrity of the city`s road system. (Directive 3.1.E, 3-4) If all the dedications and improvements requested in this section are completed or satisfactorily insured, a building permit may be issued. If there is a public highway that is maintained at public expense, the road authorities (either a unitary authority or the County Council) will have the road surface, the foundations and foundations of the road and the roadside up to the height of vehicles that can use the road. What most people don`t know is that they also “own” the land under the foundations and foundations that cover half the road. This is due to the “Ad Medum Filum” rule, which states that each owner owns the basement up to half the road.