> Coordinated Project Review
as the Coordinated Project Review Process, the partners collectively
review proposals before a federal, provincial or municipal authority
makes any decision that would allow the project to proceed.
BIEAP and FREMP use a two-track process to review projects in Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River Estuary. Track 1 projects (of a predictable nature with little or no impact) are dealt with by the Lead Agencies (i.e. Port Metro Vancouver). Track 2 projects (projects of a more complex nature with potential impacts) are reviewed by the BIEAP and FREMP environmental review committees. Projects subject to both BCEAA and CEAA are reviewed outside of BIEAP and FREMP under a separate harmonized review process.
Projects that do not fall into the Track 1, Track 2 or BCEAA/CEAA harmonized review processes will be discussed and an appropriate review path will be decided on by the Environmental Review Committee or the Management Committee where it is beyond the scope of the environmental review committees.
While our governing agencies work towards a new model of integrated management, as of March 1st, 2013 all applications for coordinated project review will be accepted by Port Metro Vancouver at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hard copy materials can be sent to:
11-200 Burrard Street, PO Box 21005
Vancouver BC V6C 3K3