Citizen Administrative Review:
Citizen Administrative Review Detail:
Any aggrieved person or interested third party may seek review of the permitting authority's decision before the Environment and Planning Review Tribunal. See Environmental and Planning Review Tribunal Act, sec. 11(1). Appeals may be filed on any ground, including material factual error, material procedural error, or error of law. Id., sec. 11(3). Appeals must be filed within 30 days from the date of publication of the decision. Id., sec. 13.
Citizen Judicial Review Detail:
Judicial review is available in certain circumstances. "The decisions of the Tribunal shall be final and no appeal shall lie therefrom, except on a point of law decided by the Tribunal or on any matter relating to an alleged breach of the right of a fair hearing before the Tribunal." Environmental and Planning Review Tribunal Act, sec. 39. Any appeal would be filed with the Court of Appeal. Id., sec. 50
Project Monitoring Detail:
"The Authority shall require monitoring of the relevant effects of the project on the environment, in accordance with specifications and procedures as it deems most appropriate and effective in order to avoid, prevent or reduce and, if possible, offset significant adverse effects on the environment." EIA Regulations, sec. 32. The EIA regulations include additional provisions clarifying the Authority's responsibilities and the proper scope of monitoring activities. See sec. 32(b-d). If monitoring reveals unexpected impacts, "the Authority shall require any remedial measures, including adjustments to the project or of the works methodology, to address to its satisfaction any impacts, risks or adverse implications identified." EIA Regulations, sec. 32(c)(iv).
Enforceability of Permit: