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These Regulations shall apply to all Physical Development Plans submitted to the Minister under provisions of the Physical Planning Act (Part IV). Regulation 3 outlines the procedures for the preparation, submission and approval of development plans. The decision to develop such plans shall be notified to local authorities. The Minister may in the course of preparation of the Plan organize meetings with persons directly involved so as to give them the opportunity to express views and suggestions. When a Development is prepared, immediately public notice shall be given by the Minister in the form as set out in the First Schedule. Plans may also be prepared by a commissioned registered Physical Planner but need in that case authentication by the Minister. Approved Development plans shall be published in the form as set out in the Second Schedule. (5 Regulations completed by 2 Schedules)

Implements: Physical Planning Act, 1996 (Cap. 286). (2007)

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