FORMAL PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
The following is an overview of a formal proposal components required to submit to related authority if a resort planned to establish, and you will need to provide a higher level of detail than was required at the Expression of Interest stage.
The formal proposal you submit will be evaluated according to its site-specific merits and should include all of the following components:
-Your vision, including development goals and objectives
-A description of the project
-A technical inventory and analysis of the proposed resort lands, with appropriate mapping
-An environmental inventory of the proposed development lands
-Development concepts for the resort’s primary attractions, illustrating and discussing its balanced resort capacity
-Development concepts for staging and support facilities
-The type of all-seasons development and the amount of accommodation planned
-The main development phases, with an emphasis on how the first phase will be structured
-Infrastructure capability balanced to the size and scale of the concept
-Environmental issues and hazards resulting from the proposed development and planned remedies for these issues and hazards
-Economic and social impacts and land use issues, including proposed means of conflict resolution
-First Nations relationships and proposed mitigation of potential issues
-Economic feasibility, including high level presentation of cost estimates and expected streams of income
-Ownership and management structure
-Evidence of your financial capability to undertake and complete the master planning and approval process
When the provincial government receives your formal proposal, it will coordinate a provincial inter-agency, First Nations and local government review.
A successful proposal will be one that is judged to make the base use of the available land, with the least environmental impact and the best remedies to mitigate that impact.