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  • 6 (1) The approving officer may decline to approve a bare land strata plan if, where he considers access routes are necessary, he considers that
  • (a) the width of the access routes are not sufficient to meet police and fire protection requirements,
  • (b) the access routes are not sufficient to provide practical and reasonable access to the strata lots, or
  • (c) the access routes have not been designed or are not capable of being constructed in accordance with standards generally accepted as good engineering practice.
  • (2) In considering the sufficiency of the access routes, the approving officer may consider
  • (a) reports from local fire protection and police authorities,
  • (b) engineering studies or reports of a professional engineer on the design and construction of the access routes,
  • (c) the proposed use of the land in the bare land strata plan and whether or not the access routes are suited to the use intended,
  • (d) the configuration of the land in the bare land strata plan, and
  • (e) the relation of the intended access routes to an existing highway or approach outside the bare land strata plan,
  • and the approving officer may, at the cost of the owner-developer, require an engineering study on the sufficiency of the access routes to be prepared by a professional engineer.