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Dartmouth, Canada

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Bedford, Canada

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Crown land is all or any part of land under the administration and control of the Minister of Natural Resources. Of the 5.8 million hectares of land in Nova Scotia, about 1.4 million hectares (3.5 million acres or about 24% of the province) is designated as Crown land. In addition, most of the submerged lands (the sea bed) along the Province’s 8,000 km of coastline are also considered Crown land. Exceptions would include federally and privately owned waterlots.

Construction project durations can vary widely based on the scope, size, and complexity of the project. Typically, residential construction projects can take anywhere from 10 to 24 months, while commercial projects can take 6 months to several years, depending on the scale. It’s important to evaluate each project individually to give an accurate estimate.
Permits are often a part of construction work for many projects. Depending on the type of work being done, different permits may be required to assist with the job. In most cases, the responsibility for obtaining necessary permits for a construction project lies with the contractor or the construction company. However, this can vary depending on local regulations and any agreements made with the client. It’s essential to clarify this responsibility in the contract or agreement. That is done, of course, by being the one to obtain all of the permits and required approvals before beginning any work. First of all, people don’t typically have time to do this kind of work themselves. Secondly, if you do it for them, you’re the expert so they will trust that it’s done efficiently, expediently, and exactly as it should be done.