The Subject Site page is where the site of the proposal is identified and the relevant GIS Data is retrieved to assist in detecting relevant for a proposal.
Using the Subject Site page:
Add site(s). Sites can be searched for by address(es). Appellation(s) are also displayed in the search results to confirm the correct parcel of land is selected. Additional addresses/parcels of land can then be added by clicking the ‘Add another address’ button. Where multiple addresses are added, GIS data will be presented in separate tabs for each site as different sites can have different data (zone’s, overlays etc.).
Review and add suggested considerations. The GIS data retrieved is used to suggest considerations that may be relevant to a proposal. Considerations appear below the GIS Data that triggers them as relevant. You can add suggested planning documents to a project at this stage by using the “+” button. Otherwise, all considerations are also displayed on the page later in the workflow.
Review GIS Images. A set of GIS Images for the subject site are displayed. It’s useful to check these for features in the surrounding area that may affect the project. The Project Checklist conducts a more detailed check for site features, however, these focus on features affecting the subject site rather than features in the surrounding area.