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Goose Bay Airport Zoning Regulations (SOR/2001-518)

Regulations are current to 2020-11-02

Goose Bay Airport Zoning Regulations

SOR/2001-518

AERONAUTICS ACT

Registration 2001-11-22

Goose Bay Airport Zoning Regulations

P.C. 2001-2147 2001-11-22

Whereas, pursuant to subsection 5.5(1)Footnote a of the Aeronautics Act, a copy of the proposed Goose Bay Airport Zoning Regulations, substantially in the form set out in the annexed regulations, was published in two successive issues of newspapers serving the area to which the proposed regulations relate, namely on March 19 and 26, 2001 in The Labradorian and in two successive issues of the Canada Gazette Part I, on March 24 and 31, 2001, and a reasonable opportunity was afforded to interested persons to make representations to the Minister of National Defence with respect to the proposed regulations;

And Whereas the proposed regulations would prevent lands adjacent to or in the vicinity of the Goose Bay airport from being used or developed in a manner that is, in the opinion of the Minister of National Defence, incompatible with the safe operation of an airport or aircraft;

Therefore, Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of National Defence, pursuant to paragraph 5.4(2)(b)Footnote a of the Aeronautics Act, hereby makes the annexed Goose Bay Airport Zoning Regulations.

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

airport

airport means the Goose Bay Airport, situated in the Electoral District of Lake Melville, in the Province of Newfoundland. (aéroport)

airport zoning reference point

airport zoning reference point means a point having an elevation of 44.6 metres above mean sea level, described in Part 1 of the schedule. (point de repère du zonage de l’aéroport)

approach surfaces

approach surfaces means the imaginary inclined planes that extend upward and outward from each end of a strip, more particularly described in Part 3 of the schedule. (surface d’approche)

outer surface

outer surface means an imaginary plane located above and in the immediate vicinity of the airport, more particularly described in Part 5 of the schedule, the outer limits of which are described in Part 6 of the schedule. (surface extérieure)

strip

strip means a rectangular portion of the landing area of the airport, including the runway, that is prepared for the take-off and landing of aircraft in a particular direction, more particularly described in Part 2 of the schedule. (bande)

transitional surface

transitional surface means an imaginary inclined plane that extends upward and outward from the lateral limits of a strip and its approach surfaces, more particularly described in Part 4 of the schedule. (surface de transition)

Application

 These Regulations apply in respect of all lands, other than airport lands, and public road allowances that are adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport, the outer limits of which lands are described in Part 7 of the schedule.

Building Restrictions

 No person shall place, erect or construct or permit to be placed, erected or constructed on any land in respect of which these Regulations apply any building, structure or object, or an addition to any existing building, structure or object, the highest point of which would exceed in elevation at the location of the building, structure or object

  • (a) an approach surface;

  • (b) the outer surface; or

  • (c) a transitional surface.

Natural Growth

 No owner or lessee of any lands in respect of which these Regulations apply shall permit an object of natural growth to exceed in elevation any of the surfaces referred to in section 3 that project immediately over and above the surface of the land at the location of the object.

Electronic Zoning

 No owner or lessee of any lands in respect of which these Regulations apply shall permit those lands or any part of them to be used in a manner that may cause interference with aeronautical communications.

Bird Hazards

 In order to reduce bird hazards to aviation, no owner or lessee of lands referred to in these Regulations shall permit those lands or any part of them to be used as a site for

  • (a) a sanitary land fill;

  • (b) a food garbage disposal site;

  • (c) a sewage lagoon; or

  • (d) an open water storage reservoir.

Repeal

 [Repeal]

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

 
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