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Urban areas which are characterized by high population density are required to develop as per proper plans which are known as development plans or master plans. The extent of government's role will however differ from place to place, depending on the available capacity and the degree of land development pressure.
2 Procedures for making application for land use change and land development permission The current plethora of different procedures, in terms of different laws, will be replaced in the new legislation with a single procedure, providing for thorough, yet speedy, consideration of applications as well as meaningful involvement of the public in those decisions.
The Minister is not a land use regulator of the first instance. The national law on spatial planning, land use management and land development will establish the land use tribunals as land use regulators in each province. National government's role is thus primarily that of establishing one, coherent, effective framework, and then only intervening in extraordinary situations. accountable spatial planning, land use management and land development decision-making by organs of state;• In such a case when the issues grow, the importance of saving environment is realized and stress is given on incorporating it by means of education.
The responsibility for this legislative competence resides with the Minister of Land Affairs. It will thus become a central element in the system of cooperative governance.
To implement a plan it is clearly necessary also to have mechanisms in place to encourage the desired types of land development. The spatial planning, land use management and land development norms based on this principle are:• Nevertheless it is possible that in situations where both an EIA and a land use change or land development permission are required the procedures to be followed by the applicant, and to be engaged with by the authorities and the public, are as closely aligned as possible.
This is noted comprehensively in the Green Paper on Development and Planning. The intervention powers of both Departments would be retained, in the event of their concerns, as reflected in the principles and norms contained both in the new land use legislation and the National Environmental Management Act, are ignored or inappropriately applied.
This sphere of government will be responsible for formulating the planning frameworks on which all the decisions on land development should be based.
The rights and restrictions must relate at least to land use, floor-area ratio and building height.
The danger of this situation repeating itself in the case of the new IDPs is acute.
2 Wise land use: application of the principles and norms The normative approach proposed in this White Paper and the forthcoming Bill, is presented in the form of principles and norms.
Land use planning is a planning technique to improve the quality of life in urban areas.