Ready to Rework Your Municipality’s Approvals & Permitting Processes? Streamline Your Systems & Unlock Housing Supply In Your Community With DAPR Process Improvements.
Across Canada, municipal officials are struggling with staffing challenges, workload overwhelm, and outdated permitting processes.
In the face of the housing crisis, demand for new development is higher than ever.
And yet—municipalities have been given the impossible task of doing more with less. Less staff. Fewer resources.
Add to that the fact that the sites and projects are more complex than ever, and that every application comes with several unique challenges and complexities to consider…
…And it’s easy to see why so many government officials across Canada feel like their backs are against a wall.
But what if it didn’t have to be that way?
What if your municipality could support your community with clear, efficient permitting processes that made kicking off a new development project not only doable… but even relatively straightforward?
Through DAPR Consulting with Channel, it’s possible.
As an expert with more than 25 years of experience working in government, real estate, and development feasibility, Principal Tegan Smith is uniquely positioned to guide municipalities in optimizing their permitting processes for the future.
Whether you want to leverage technological advancements like Artificial Intelligence to take some of the workload off your staff’s plates, or simply clean up your bylaws to minimize guesswork and overload, we’re here to help you create efficient, thoughtful processes that support your goals and your municipality’s needs.
Curious What Assessing & Streamlining Your Permitting Process Could Look Like?
Book a complimentary consultation today and hear more about the specific ways municipalities are optimizing their processes for greater efficiency and impact.
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