Charlo Airport Zoning Regulations
Zoning Regulations Respecting Charlo Airport
P.C. 1978-3100 1978-10-12His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, pursuant to section 6 of the Aeronautics Act, is pleased hereby to approve the annexed Zoning Regulations respecting Charlo Airport, made by the Minister of Transport, on the 10th day of October, 1978.Short Title
1 These Regulations may be cited as the Charlo Airport Zoning Regulations.
2 In these Regulations,
airport means the Charlo Airport, in the County of Restigouche, in the Province of New Brunswick; (aéroport)
airport reference point
airport reference point means the point determined in the manner set out in Part I of the schedule; (point de repère de l’aéroport)
approach surface means an imaginary inclined plane extending upward and outward from each end of a strip along and at right angles to the projected centre line thereof, which approach surface is more particularly described in Part III of the schedule; (surface d’approche)
Minister means the Minister of Transport; (ministre)
outer surface means an imaginary surface located above and in the immediate vicinity of the airport, which outer surface is more particularly described in Part IV of the schedule; (surface extérieure)
strip means the rectangular portion of the landing area of the airport including the runway prepared for the take-off and landing of aircraft in a particular direction, which strip is more particularly described in Part V of the schedule; (bande)
transitional surface means an imaginary inclined plane extending upward and outward from the lateral limits of a strip and its approach surfaces, which transitional surface is more particularly described in Part VI of the schedule. (surface de transition)
3 For the purposes of these Regulations, the airport reference point is deemed to be 114 feet above sea level.
4 These Regulations apply to all lands and lands under water, including public road allowances adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport, the outer limits of which lands are described in Part II of the schedule, other than such lands as from time to time form part of the airport.
5 No person shall erect or construct on any land, or land under water, to which these Regulations apply, any building, structure or object, or any addition to any existing building, structure or object, the highest point of which will exceed in elevation at the location of that point any of the surfaces hereinafter set out that project immediately over and above the surface of the land at that location, namely,
(a) the approach surfaces;
(b) the outer surface; and
(c) the transitional surfaces.
6 Where an object of natural growth on any land to which these Regulations apply exceeds in elevation any of the surfaces set out in paragraphs 5(a) to (c), the Minister may make a direction that the owner or occupier of the land on which that object is growing remove the excessive growth thereof.
SOR/79-895, s. 1.
Disposal of Waste
7 No owner or occupier of any land or land under water to which these Regulations apply shall permit such land or any part thereof to be used for the disposal or accumulation thereon of any waste, material or substance edible by or attractive to birds.
SOR/79-895, s. 1.
SCHEDULE(ss. 2 and 4)
PART I Description of Airport Reference Point Charlo Airport, County of Restigouche, New Brunswick
Being a point measured five hundred (500) feet perpendicular and northerly from a centreline point three thousand (3,000) feet westerly from the easterly end of the runway and having co-ordinate values of N. 1,544,317.27 feet and E. 1,041,507.02 feet, with reference to the New Brunswick Horizontal Control System.
PART II Description of the Outer Limits of Lands
A circular area having a radius of thirteen thousand (13,000) feet from the airport reference point as shown on Department of Transport Plans S-424B, C, D and E, dated September 2, 1977.
PART III Description of the Approach Surface
Being an imaginary surface abutting each end of the strip consisting of an inclined plane having a ratio of one and sixty-six hundredths (1.66) feet measured vertically to one hundred (100) feet measured horizontally rising to an imaginary horizontal line drawn parallel to and ten thousand (10,000) feet measured horizontally from, each end of the strip, thence the approach surface shall rise at a ratio of two (2) feet measured vertically to one hundred (100) feet measured horizontally to an imaginary horizontal line drawn parallel to, and fifty thousand (50,000) feet measured horizontally from, each end of the strip and located at a height of nine hundred and sixty-six (966) feet above the elevation at each end of the strip, the outer ends of each surface being eight thousand (8,000) feet on each side of the projected centreline as shown on Department of Transport Plans S-424A, B, C, D, E and F dated September 2, 1977.
PART IV Description of the Outer Surface
Being an imaginary surface consisting of
(a) a common plane established at a constant elevation of one hundred and fifty (150) feet above the assigned elevation of the airport reference point, and
(b) where the common plane described in paragraph (a) is less than thirty (30) feet above the surface of the ground, an imaginary surface located thirty (30) feet above the surface of the ground,
which outer surface is shown on Department of Transport Plans S-424B, C, D and E, dated September 2, 1977.
PART V Description of the Strip
The strip is one thousand (1,000) feet in width, five hundred (500) feet being on each side of the centreline of the runway, and six thousand four hundred (6,400) feet in length as shown on Department of Transport Plan S-424C dated September 2, 1977.
PART VI Description of Each Transitional Surface
Being an imaginary surface consisting of an inclined plane rising at a ratio of one (1) foot measured vertically to seven (7) feet measured horizontally at right angles to the centre line and centre line produced of the strip, and extending upward and outward from the lateral limits of the strip and its approach surfaces to an intersection with the outer surface as shown on Department of Transport Plan S-424C dated September 2, 1977.