Town and Country Planning (Amendment) Act, 2001 (No. 3 of 2001). | Land Portal

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This Act amends the Town and Country Planning Act, 1948 by repealing and replacing section 6. Section 6 concerns the declaration of a planning area by the Minister. If the Minister is of the opinion that a scheme should be made for the whole of Sierra Leone or, after consultation with the appropriate local authorities, that a scheme should be made for a specific area, the Minister may, by Order, declare that the whole of Sierra Leone or the area, as specified by a survey plan, shall be a planning area. Special rules apply to Freetown. Any person affected by an Order may make a representation to the Minister and the Minister may modify the area specified in the plan after considering such representation, by adding thereto or omitting therefrom any portion or portions of land.

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