The New Brunswick Department of Environment says a walking trail built in violation of the Clean Environment Act on Health Minister Victor Boudreau’s proposed mega campsite in Shediac will be inspected as soon as the weather permits, CBC News reported.

The landowner, the Anglican Parish of Shediac, had started building the first section of the trail with an expired watercourse and wetland alteration permit back in 2015.

A stop-work order was issued and the church applied for a new permit before resuming the project.

But now a second section of the trail, that sits in the middle of several waterways that drain into a wetland, has gone up without so much as a permit application — a mistake, according to the province.