Publications

Land use reservation program directive

Description

The directive provides a framework for the use of Crown Land Reservations to serve as a tool for public land management. The purpose of this policy is to establish how the Department, other ministries, and agencies are required to administer and responsibly use Crown land reservations under the Public Lands Act (Section 18c). The Land Use Reservation Program (LURP) is a systematic approach to land management that makes use of reservations to identify and manage multiple intents and objectives for a parcel of public land. The system enables multiple regulators to manage public land for intended outcomes. This policy directive re-affirms and updates the use of reservations and the supporting program as a key land management tool for managing multiple interests that often times compete for access to, and use of Alberta’s finite public land base.

Updated

June 27, 2022

Tags
LURP crown land crown land use land use land use reservation land use reservation program notations public land public land management public land use reservations

Title and publication information

Alternative Title

Land use reservations program directive

Alternative Title

AEP, Public Land Management, 2022, no. 1

Extent

19 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Environment and Parks

Contributor

Haekel, Gerry

Contributor

Zwaga, Nikki

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Spatial Coverage

Alberta

Start Date

2022-06-27

Resource Dates

Date Created

2022-06-27

Date Added

2022-06-29T18:07:07.206987

Date Modified

2022-06-27

Date Issued

2022-06-29

Audience information

Identifiers

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

Crown lands managed under the Public Lands Act

Contact

Contact Name

Environment and Parks, Land Policy and Programs