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New Brunswick Bulk Transmission Land Access(3-NB)

In New Brunswick, a bulk transmission developer may need an Easement, License of Occupation and/or Utility Lease from the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development for any project involving the extended use or development of Crown Land. A bulk transmission developer may also need a Highway Usage Permit from the New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure or the New Brunswick Highway Corporation to erect or place any structure, equipment or other object under, across, through or alongside a highway.

In New Brunswick, a developer may need a Crown Land Easement (Easement) from the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development (ERD) if the project will require the use of Crown Land or access to Crown Land. S.N.B. 1980, c. C-38.1, s. 25(1). In New Brunswick, a person (developer) may need a Crown Land License of Occupation (LOO) from the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development (ERD) if the project requires the temporary occupation and/or use of Crown Land for the construction and installation of a utility pole or anchor. S.N.B. 1980, c. C-38.1, s. 26(1); New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development – Crown Land License of Occupation Webpage.

In New Brunswick, a person (developer) may need a Crown Land Utility Lease (Utility Lease) from the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development (ERD) if the project requires the use of Crown Land for establishing and/or maintaining an energy utility site. S.N.B. 1980, c. C-38.1, s. 23(1); New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development – Crown Land Leases Webpage; New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development – Crown Land Leases Fact Sheet; New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development – Crown Land Leases Application Package.

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