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.
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
After four months of piloting DevelopTT in two planning regions throughout Trinidad and Tobago categorised as T1 and T5: Port of Spain, San Juan /Laventille, Diego Martin, Chaguanas, Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo and Tunapuna /Piarco, approximately 461 persons have successfully registered for the
The pilot phase of the Automated Construction Permitting System, branded DevelopTT, was initiated in March 2020. The first month of the DevelopTT pilot saw the system accepting Digital Planning Permission Applications which fell within the boundaries of the Port of
The pilot phase of the Automated Construction Permitting System, branded DevelopTT, commenced on March 4th 2020. The first month of the DevelopTT pilot saw the system accept Digital Planning Permission Applications which are within the boundaries of the Port of
Author: Charles Kong Soo Link to original article: https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/online-users-log-on-to-town-and-countrys-developtt-system-6.2.1074114.cd8fbe2191 Story published in the Trinidad Guardian on Monday 9th March, 2020. DevelopTT now has at least 12 ttconnect registered online users within four hours of the system’s live pilot launch on
The piloting of the DevelopTT system officially began today, Wednesday 4th March 2020, at the North Regional Office (NRO) of the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development. The piloting of DevelopTT will run