Building and Construction Standards
Community of Kinookimaw Beach
That during the term of this sublease and at the Tenants own expense, the Tenant shall be entitled to construct, demolish, alter, remodel and/or replace buildings or any part thereof and make improvements including the construction of roads, provision of water, sewer, electricity, and/or gas systems on the demised land as it considers necessary for residential purposes subject to the following conditions:
TIME SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS
Construction of any and all buildings on the demised land by the Tenant must be started within one year of the date on which the Tenant signs the Sublease. The exterior of any buildings must be completed within eighteen months of the lease date. The following maximum time limits follow within this time frame. Failure to comply with these provisions shall constitute a breach of the covenants of the Sublease by the Tenant.
MAXIMUM TIME LIMITS REQUIREMENTS
0 weeks Signing of Sublease by Tenant
48 – 50 weeks Tenant submits site and building plans to Landlord
52 weeks Construction start of residence
78 weeks Exterior completion of residence (lock-up stage)
A building permit will be issued by the Landlord to the Tenant before construction, demolition, alteration, remodelling, or replacement of any kind is permitted. This building permit will be issued following the submission of the proper site and building plans.
SITE AND BUILDING PLANS
The following site and building plans, drawings, and specifications must be submitted by the Tenant before issuance of a building permit. Duplicate copies showing the following:
Front, rear, and side elevations
Basement layout, whether full or crawl space, showing beams, tele-posts, floor joists, and heating plans
Approved* foundation and truss design
*Approved is defined as those plans that are designed by a professional engineer or an architect operating within the provisions respectively of the Engineering Profession Act, and the Saskatchewan Architects Act, both in the Province of Saskatchewan.
CANADIAN CODE FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION (RESIDENTIAL STANDARDS) MOST CURRENT EDITION
– NRC OF CANADA
The above mentioned standards, as amended from time to time and to the date of construction, will be the minimum standard adhered to for all construction on the demised land.
SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM
Septic holding tank, pump out type, system approved by the Saskatchewan Health Department will be allowed as the only sewage disposal system. A septic tank field system of any type will not be permitted. Likewise, no privies, “outhouses”, or any similar type of sewage disposal system will be allowed.
PLUMBING AND SANITATION STANDARDS
All construction of works not included in clause 4 and 5 deemed to be necessary for the protection of in the interest of public health shall conform to any lawful standards or requirements established by the Federal or Provincial Government from time to time and also in accordance with standards, if any instituted and laid down by the Indian Band Councils on the Last Mountain Lake Indian Reserve Number 80A lands.
FIRE PROTECTION STANDARDS
All buildings to be constructed on the demised lands shall conform to the Federal Fire Protection Engineering Standards, as amended from time to time.
All electrical wiring and equipment for light, power, or heat in any building or outside service shall be installed in conformity with the Province of Saskatchewan Electrical Inspections and Licensing Act and the latest authorized edition of the Canada Electrical Code.
No incinerators or any type will be permitted on the demised land unless approved in writing by the Landlord.
MINIMUM RESIDENTIAL SIZE
The minimum gross square footage of the residence must be 1000 square feet (main level above grade). This does not include regular or walkout basements or any attached buildings such as garages, breezeways, carports, or porches.
CONNECTION TO WATER MAIN
The Tenant shall install and connect at their own expense the minimum plumbing requirements necessary to adjoin onto their respective water supply line. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to inform the Landlord of this water supply connection in order for the necessary inspection to be carried out before backfill will be permitted.
Mobile Homes shall not be allowed on the demised land whatsoever.
RETENTION OF NATURAL PLANT LIFE, LOT CLEARING, & EXCAVATING
Every effort shall be made to retain the existing trees and other plant life in order to retain the natural amenities of the demised land and to avoid creating drainage issues. Permission is to be granted by the Landlord before any major trees are removed. Grading and landscaping must be done so as to not adversely affect neighbouring lots. No retaining walls are to be constructed without prior permission from the Landlord.
Limiting Height and Bulk of Building,
including Overall Lot/Greenspace Consumption
BUILDING SITE COVERAGE
Site coverage: Principal Residence* and all attached buildings may not exceed 40% of total surface area of lot.
Site coverage: Principal Residence with attached buildings and all accessory** (unattached) buildings may not exceed 45% of total surface area of lot.
BUILDING SITE SET-UP PROVISIONS
Depth of front yard***: Principal Residence and all attached buildings may not encroach within 25ft of front property boundary.
Depth of front yard: Any and all accessory buildings may not encroach within ½ of the structure height of front property boundary (eg: 12ft high structure must remain set back of property boundary by no less than 6ft).
Depth of rear yard: All buildings (Principle Residence, attached structures, and all accessory buildings) may not encroach within 25ft of rear property boundary.
Width of side yard: No structure may encroach within 4ft of side property boundary. Aggregate of side yards may not be less than 10ft.
HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS
Principal Residence and all attached buildings may not exceed 20ft wall height.
Accessory buildings may not exceed 12ft wall height
*Principle residence includes all attached structures (eg: porch, carport, breezeway, etc.)
**Accessory building includes all unattached buildings (eg: garage, carport, storage shed, greenhouse, etc.)
***Front yard is defined as that yard facing or abutting the street or roadway. For corner lots, the front yard is defined as that which faces or abuts the roadway with the least lot width.