Commercial Timber <50m3
Commercial Timber <50m3
An application to cut or manufacture up to 50 m³ of trees/timber. Includes activities such as commercial Christmas tree harvesting and post and rail sales. Formerly known as a cash sale.
- Mandatory Authorizations
- Information Requirements
- Potential Additional Requirements
- Other Things you Should Know
About this Activity Guide
|Authorization Name||Link to Authorization Guidance||Link to Application|
|Forestry License to Cut||Authorization Guidance||Apply Now|
Cost may be a specific value or range of values. The cost includes GST.
|Cost Type||Cost Description||Cost||Link to Details|
|Stumpage - Interior||For rate information, refer to the Interior Appraisal Manual (Table 6-1 or Table 6-6).||Varies||Interior Appraisal Manual|
|Stumpage - Coast||For rate information, refer to the Coast Appraisal Manual (Table 7-1) for each species harvested.||Varies||Coast Appraisal Manual|
|Requirement||Description||Link to Details|
|Forestry License to Cut - Cash Sale application||Requirements for applications: ||Licence to Cut|
Potential Additional Requirements
|Requirement||Description||When is it Required?|
|Road Permit||See the Road Tenure Administration Manual to find more information about Road Permit and Cutting Permit applications.||When accessing timber across Crown Land to an approved Forest tenure. Required for new construction or use of an existing road which is not under tenure.|
|Special Use Permit||Special Use Permit application form.||When occupation and use is required for: mining access roads, sand or gravel pit or rock quarry which provides materials for road construction, a communication site, a logging camp, a log dump or dry land sort, temporary timber processing facility, lookout, weather station, air transportation landing site for forest use only, educational or research purposes, weight scales, etc.|
Other Things You Should Know
Archaeological sites are protected under the Heritage Conservation Act and must not be altered or damaged without a permit issued by the Archaeology Branch. Information regarding potential risks to protected archaeological sites may be obtained by submitting an online data request form to the Archaeology Branch or by contacting a professional archaeologist via the BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (www.bcapa.ca) or via local directories. Visit the Archaeology Branch website for more information.
BCeID - What Is It and Why Get It?
BCeID is an online service that allows you to create a user ID and password to sign in securely to many Government services in British Columbia. The benefits of having a BCeID account include:
- Stop and start. Save and return later to complete your application without losing any information previously entered.
- Real time status information. Check the status of your application in real time.
- Access your applications for multiple people (Business BCeID only) to edit or submit your application or check its status. To enroll in this service, visit the BCeID web page: FrontCounter BC - BCeID
Consulting with First Nations
The Province is legally obligated to consult and accommodate First Nations, where required, on land and resource decisions that could impact their Aboriginal Interests. While the Province is responsible for ensuring adequate and appropriate consultation and accommodation, it may involve the proponent in the procedural aspects of consultation. Also, proponents are generally encouraged to engage with First Nations as early as possible in the planning stages to build relationships and for information sharing purposes that may support consultation processes. More information is available in the following guidelines and procedure manuals designed to assist government officials and proponents with meeting consultation obligations with First Nations. For further assistance, please contact the appropriate decision making agency.
Last Updated: September 01, 2016