Town and Country Planning Division Public Notice Effective April 30 2021, the North Regional Office (NRO) of the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) will cease the acceptance of manual applications for Stamp Duty Exemption Correspondence & Status of Land
New DevelopTT e-Services Launched; Stamp Duty Exemption Correspondence & Status of Land Correspondence!
The Ministry of Planning and Development has launched two additional online services as part of the DevelopTT online construction permitting platform. The new services are Stamp Duty Exemption Correspondence and Status of Land Correspondence. The additional e-services are officially online
TCPD to add two new E-services to the DevelopTT platform early in 2021!
The Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development (MPD) plans to unveil two (2) new E-services to its DevelopTT system, Trinidad and Tobago’s online portal for development permitting, in 2021! These two new
Taking You Home; All You Need to Know about TCPD’s Spatial Planning Guideline No 8 – Legal Terminology – Property
Spatial Planning Guideline No. 8 – Legal Terminology – Property (Click here to download) The Law of Property is governed by two systems i.e. the Real Property Ordinance, also known as the Registered System, and the Common Law System. Real
Don’t Get Ticketed; Stay Updated with TCPD’s Spatial Planning Guideline No.9 – Offsite Parking
Spatial Planning Guideline No.9 – Offsite Parking (Click and Download) Parking standards specify the minimum number and the dimensions of spaces required for the parking of vehicles within the curtilage of a site. Off-street parking requirements are specified in
Cheers to that; All You Need to Know about TCPD’s Spatial Planning Guideline No.12 – Liquor Licences
Spatial Planning Guideline No.12 – Liquor Licences (Click & Download) There are ten (10) different types of liquor licences that are issued in Trinidad and Tobago: 1. A spirit retailer’s licence is required for persons or businesses that wish to
From Single-Family Residential to Commercial & Industrial Developments; Stay in the Know with the Breakdown of TCPD’s various Planning Permission Scenarios
When applying for Planning Permission at the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development, applicants may well find themselves in varying scenarios. The applicant may be a new homeowner who is interested in erecting
DevelopTT; Town and Country Planning Division’s digital planning approval system has decreased permit issuing time and has become more customer centric
Beginning Tuesday 1st September, 2020, DevelopTT no longer accepted paper based planning permission applications for T1: Port of Spain and Environs and T5: County Caroni Region. All permission applications were received electronically via the DevelopTT portal. According to one applicant, “DevelopTT’s online Automated Construction Permitting System is definitely a step in the right direction for Trinidad & Tobago.”
TCPD’s North Regional Office Paperless as of September 1st, 2020
The Trinidad & Tobago Express published an article in the Business section highlighting the Ministry of Planning and Development’s decision to accept paperless applications in the North Regional Office of the Town and Country Planning Division from September 1st, 2020.
All you need to know about TCPD’s Spatial Planning Guideline No.4; Subdivision Guidelines – Comprehensive Residential Layouts
Spatial Planning Guideline No 4 – Subdivision Guidelines – Comprehensive Residential Layouts (Click and Download) The following guidelines pertain to the preparation of residential subdivisions or layouts for submission for planning permission. “Plots considered as “Established” plots –