Effective Monday 28th June 2021, the Town and Country Planning Division’s (TCPD) online platform for development permitting, DevelopTT, will launch the Stamp Duty Exemption Correspondence and Status of Land Correspondence e-Services at the South Regional Office (SRO). As such, manual
TCPD Public Notice on Stamp Duty Exemption Correspondence & Status of Land Correspondence
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
San Fernando, Point Fortin corporations to join DevelopTT (LoopTT)
Article published by LoopTT on 16th March, 2021. Link to article: https://www.looptt.com/content/san-fernando-point-fortin-corporations-join-developtt The San Fernando City Corporation and Point Fortin Borough Corporation will soon be part of the DevelopTT automated construction permitting process of the Ministry of Planning and Development’s Town
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
Stay in the Know with TCPD’s 7 Key Tips to Enhance Your DevelopTT Experience
Since the Pilot Launch of Trinidad and Tobago’s online portal for development permitting, DevelopTT, in March 2020, the system has received over 400 applications in the T1 and T5 Planning Regions, while over 1,000 persons (inclusive of applicants and approvers) have
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.
DevelopTT Website down for scheduled maintenance this weekend
The Town and Country Planning and Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development would kindly like to inform the public that the DevelopTT platform – www.developtt.gov.tt – will be down briefly for scheduled maintenance this weekend. The down
DevelopTT Registration Guidelines for Applicants (Covid-revised)
The pilot of the DevelopTT system, Trinidad and Tobago’s online portal for development permitting, was officially launched in March 2020 and has welcomed the registration of over 450 persons thus far. At present, the system is receiving online applications for