Land use and aggregates development must proceed within the bounds of provincial
policy and provincial and municipal plans. AggMapR can
assist you with advice on policies affecting your industry.
Our extensive experience, working both outside and inside
the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, can benefit
you. Please feel free to review our qualifications,
and contact us to discuss what we can do for you.
AggMapR provides in-depth knowledge of the Aggregate
Resources Act to our clients, including its many Policies,
Procedures, and Bulletins. In addition, we have a wealth
of expertise regarding the Aggregate License and Permit
System, which we can leverage to benefit your group.
Our knowledge is thorough and up-to-date, including
the Provincial Policy Statements and Legislation.
Any planned development in the aggregates industry must
pass numerous barriers in order to be approved. One
of the major types of constraints on aggregates development
are existing land use constraints. At AggMapR, we have
information detailing the major land use constraints
in Ontario, including wetlands, woodlands, and Niagara
Escarpment Plan designations. Using our extensive experience
in the aggregates industry, we can help your aggregates
development projects move to completion quickly and
For an example of our ability to help you plan your
next aggregates project, view the sample land use constraint
map from the municipality of Flamborough below.
This is a "first cut" map to focus further
analyses that would include Municipal Official Plans,
lot fragmentation and other potential constraints in
selected target areas.
The sheer volume of policy, legislation and guidelines
concerning aggregates development can make any proposed
development a real hassle. At AggMapR Inc.,
our expertise in land use constraint analysis, combined
with our ability to convert policy information into
a map format, can help your projects move swiftly to
Above is a sample land use constraint map from the municipality
of Flamborough. We can create similar maps for any area
in Ontario, and help you interpret those maps for your