Preparing for visiting a FrontCounter Office - FrontCounter BC
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What You Need When You Visit FrontCounter BC

For your first meeting with FrontCounter BC staff, you should bring the following documents and materials relating to your potential project:

  • Any concept plans that you may have related to the project.
  • Draft map of proposed project area.
  • Any related legal documentation.
  • Legal land status description.
  • Photos of the proposed area.
  • Any legal agreements in place.
  • Proof of Canadian citizenship may be required.

In addition, thinking about the following questions in advance may help shape the discussion with FrontCounter BC staff:

  • Do I really understand the current and future plans for the area?
  • Am I flexible in my approach?
  • Have I talked to key people related to the project?
  • Have I been proactive in my approach?
  • Does my planning leave enough time for approvals?
  • Do I have my finances in place for the required approvals?

In summary, if you make sure the following are in place will help Front Counter BC staff assist you more efficiently:

  1. Complete applications filed.
  2. Supporting documentation provided.
  3. Application fees paid.
  4. Understanding of the approval timelines and process.

If you are not sure that you have gathered the required supporting documents, or have any questions, please feel free to call, e-mail or fax us. We will be happy to assist you.

Contact Information

Phone Toll Free: 1-877-855-3222
Fax: (250) 828-4442
E-mail: FrontCounterBC@gov.bc.ca