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Town and Country Planning Act (No. 11 of 1980).

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The Act empowers the planning authorities to prepare development plans in order to ensure sustainable development of land. This Act shall apply to any area designated by the Minister by Notice in the Gazette. The Act establishes the Town and Country Planning Board. The Planning Authority shall prepare a development plan in respect of any area to which this Act applies. Permission of the Minister shall be required group of land or building uses which may be prescribed by Order of the Minister.

Town and Country Planning (Land use and Building use Classes) Order 1991 (L.N. No. 231 of 1991).

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This Order specifies in the Schedule land use and building classes for purposes of section 3 of the Town and Country Planning Act. Where a building or land is used for a purpose of any class specified in the Schedule to this order, the use of such a building or land for any other purpose of the same class shall not be deemed for the purposes of the Town and Country Planning Act 1980 to involve development of the land.

Town and Country Planning (Development) (Amendment) Regulations, 1993 (L.N. No. 111 of 1993).

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These Regulations amend the Town and Country Planning (Development) Order in various articles by changing its name in "Town and Country Planning (Development) Regulations" and with respect to the role of a (local) Council in development planning and permission.

Amends: Town and Country Planning (Development) Order (L.N. No. 233 of 1991). (1991)

National Parks Act (No. 11 of 1975).

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The Act concerns the setting aside of land as a national park and for the appointment by the Minister of the Board of Trustees, which shall control, manage and maintain national parks. The Board shall be a body corporate. It may in national parks, among other things: take measures that will ensure the preservation and security of animals and vegetation and set aside parts of a park as breeding places for animals or nurseries for vegetation. The Act also provides rules for the hunting of animals or the damaging or gathering of plants in a national park.