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.
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
Spatial Planning Guideline No 6 – Subdivision Guidelines – Agricultural Layouts (Click and Download) Subdivision of agricultural land is defined as development under the Town and Country Planning Act Ch.35:01, and requires planning permission. Agricultural subdivisions contribute to the achievement
DevelopTT, the new online application portal of the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) of the Ministry of Planning and Development, is realizing the Government’s vision of moving the nation towards becoming a digital society. Through the services offered by
Link to original article: https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/new-online-application-system-for-town–country-planning-division-6.2.1131840.b0fc4ad79e Story published in the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 7th June, 2020. From Monday 8 June 2020, some parts of Chaguanas, San Juan, Tunapuna and Couva, will have access to a new online portal that allows
Link to original article: https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/ministry-of-planning-implements-measures-to-deal-with-covid19-6.2.1128572.748e658301 Story published in the Trinidad Guardian on Tuesday 2nd June, 2020. The Ministry of Planning and Development has implemented interim measures to reduce or eliminate the spread of COVID-19. The Ministry says the purpose of