Terms of the Subdivision Agreement with the City of Ottawa Agreements are included in all assignments with the express intention that they be agreements with the land in favour of the subcontracted land, as well as the following agreements: Front-end agreements are requested by developers if they wish to continue the construction of certain growth-related capital works. Specific work can vary, from crossing controls to emergency roads and critical underground infrastructure. The works must be included in the city`s background study for the development of the fee and are subject to a verification of their suitability. Through this agreement, the developers undertake to finance the planning and delivery of the capital works and to subsequently recover their costs from the city, according to the budgetary expenditure estimates approved by the Council. (h) The Transferee for himself, his heirs, successors and assignment contracts and agrees that the City of Ottawa may attempt to recover from the then owner a proportionate share of the costs in accordance with applicable legislation, given that the rainwater management system for this subdivision must ultimately be repaired or replaced. (w) the design, location and height of the works or landscaping shall not be such as to interfere with the drainage of surface water on the land, or surface water from adjacent land and surfaces subject to drainage services, free from buildings or other structures, or from any part of the septic system, wells or trees; Shrubs or other vegetation that is not maintained grass. For the benefit of all land devoted to the city for communal roads under this subdivision plan and held by the city, the stock exchange holder or mortgage holder firms, as the case may be, for himself, his heirs, executors, administrators, successors and beneficiaries of assignments, and agrees that he will not change the inclination of the land described above or that he will intervene in the flows built on said land; except in accordance with the established salary control plan, without prior written notice from the City of Ottawa Engineer. The express intention of this Confederation is that the same applies to the Länder and that it benefits all the Länder within the subdivision by providing correct and adequate drainage. (n) The successor for himself, his heirs, executors, administrators, successors and consignees acknowledges that, although the development of this subdivision is compatible with provincial noise standards, the inhabitants will likely be exposed to aircraft noise at the Ottawa International Airport and that there are no plans to transfer the airport facility. . . .