Annual Report 2020-2021, Northern Territory Planning Commission
Tabled Paper 388
Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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Throughout 2020-21 the Planning Commission has made significant progress on a number of priorities identified in the Strategic Plan, including: Planning for major centres with: the completion and inclusion in the NT Planning Scheme of the Central Palmerston Area Plan; and initial work on the development of the Palmerston Subregional Land Use Plan. Planning for regional centres through: continued work on the Coolalinga/Freds Pass and Humpty Doo Rural Activity Centre Area Plans; and the completion and inclusion in the NT Planning Scheme of amendments to the Litchfield Subregional Land Use plan as it relates to Gunn Point. Continuing progress on reforming planning systems through the second stage of stakeholder consultation on the Designing Better project and commencement of preliminary work on an NT-wide Strategic Directions Planning Policy. NT Planning Commission Strategic Plan 20182021 Progress on Strategic Priorities The NT Planning Commission 2018-2021 Strategic Plan is a high-level document that outlines: the vision for how our work will affect the Northern Territory our purpose the principles that will guide our consideration of issues and decision-making. The Strategic Plan also identifies a broad work program for the 2018-2021 period. The Strategic Plan is a flexible document meaning that projects and priorities can be added as the need arises. The Strategic Plan is available on the following pages and on our website. ANNUAL REPORT 202021 | 10
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