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Submit Your Land and Resource Proposal for Heritage Review


After checking the Developers’ Online Screening Tool, if your land and resource development is located in a heritage sensitive area, then submit your proposal for review to determine if a Heritage Resource Impact Assessment (HRIA) is necessary.


The Developers’ Online Screening Tool and Heritage Resource Impact Assessment help to ensure the conservation of archaeological and palaeontological heritage.


The Developers’ Online Screening Tool and related forms are intended for use by land and resource developers.

How to Apply

To submit a land and resource development for heritage review, refer to the following steps:

  1. Confirm that your land and resource development is located in a heritage sensitive area by using the Developers’ Online Screening Tool
  2. Complete the related heritage review form below and submit the form to the Heritage Conservation Branch. Surveys plans or a detailed map/sketch must be submitted with each form/project description.

3. The developer will be notified of the review results. If an HRIA is required then refer to: Completing a Heritage Resource Impact Assessment Requirement.


Completed application forms and all supporting documentation should be emailed to:

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