When it comes to shaping the future of a town or city, two key aspects of Town Planning come into play: strategic planning and statutory planning. These distinct yet interconnected aspects play vital roles in guiding future development and land use outcomes within an area.
Strategic town planning focuses on the long-term vision and goals for the development of a town or city, considering factors such as land use, infrastructure, transportation, environment, and community needs. It considers a wide range of stakeholders and aims to promote sustainable and balanced development that meet the future needs of the local community.
Examples of strategic planning documents include local planning strategies of district structure plans.
On the other hand, statutory town planning deals with the regulations, policies, and laws that govern the use of land and development within a town or city. It involves the implementation of strategic planning through establishing zones, development controls and land use regulations.
Statutory planning ensures that the development within a town or city follows the established guidelines and meets the legal framework set by the local government or planning authorities.
Examples of statutory planning documents include local planning schemes, state of local planning policies or local structure plans.
In summary, strategic town planning concentrates on the big picture, the long-term vision, and goals, while statutory town planning addresses the implementation of rules and regulations that guide development and land use in accordance with strategic plans.
At Dynamic Planning, we understand the intricacies and importance of both strategic and statutory town planning. Our team possesses extensive knowledge in all planning matters and is committed to providing expert guidance and support.
Together, let’s create vibrant, well-planned communities that thrive for generations to come.