Annual Report 2020-2021, Northern Territory Planning Commission
Tabled Paper 388
Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory
Northern Territory Government
As the Territory's economy grows, the community and stakeholders are engaged in an open and meaningful way to enable planning for future needs. Purpose Set the strategic framework for integrated land use, transport and infrastructure planning that provides flexibility to meet emerging needs, for economic growth, community wellbeing and environmental sustainability. Our Strategic Plan Principles The Planning Commission will have regard to the following principles: Engage the community and stakeholders Collaborate with government agencies to maximise good planning outcomes Model and promote innovation, leadership and excellence Integrate land use planning, infrastructure planning and environmental protection Manage resources sustainably Integrate resilience to natural hazards Promote a variety of recreational, workplace and housing choices Support improved efficiency of urban and regional infrastructure Protect and sustain existing natural and built environments that are valued by the community Promote ways for the built environment to contribute to mitigate risks generated by climate change Promote high quality, flexible urban design, and safe, respectful and comfortable places for everyone Promote technological solutions that improve efficiency and effectiveness in managing urban and environmental systems. Vision 11 | NORTHERN TERRITORY PLANNING COMMISSION
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