Annual Report 2020-2021, Northern Territory Planning Commission
Tabled Paper 388
Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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23 | NORTHERN TERRITORY PLANNING COMMISSION Project status: Ongoing The Northern Territory Planning Commission sees the benefit of the NT articulating its interests in urban and regional planning from a whole-ofTerritory perspective. Recognising the need for such perspective, in 2020-21, the Planning Commission resolved to develop an enduring Territory-wide strategic directions planning policy. It is envisaged the policy will sit at the apex of the strategic planning framework within the NT Planning Scheme 2020 and explore the range of matters that need to be considered in strategic planning and decision making in the Territory. The policy will set directions to underpin the delivery of future strategic polices, land use plans and development to ensure the Territory is a liveable, resilient and sustainable place, in line with other key government policies. Five themes will form the initial basis of inquiry for the policy development: Respect, Respond and Protect. Liveable & Diverse. Connected and Efficient. Prosperous and Productive. Resilient and Responsive. The Planning Commission looks forward to engaging with the community and stakeholders on this project during 2021-22. NT-wide Strategic Directions Planning Policy
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