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The National Spatial Development Strategy is the route map to guide the development of Trinidad and Tobago for the next 20 years.

The National Spatial Development Strategy is the route map to guide the development of Trinidad and Tobago for the next 20 years.

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  • A myriad of issues
  • Use as an example to illustrate the rate and nature of change – relate other changes to urban form change eg. transport patterns, economic developmentSpatial distribution pattern 70 % of the population lives on the West Coast
  • We need a framework that..........a myriad of issues
  • Explain key features of Harmonised Regional Development policy framework while referring to the mapdelineate urban settlement limits, outside of which non-agricultural / non-essential development would only be permitted in exceptional circumstances. Such an approach would safeguard valuable agricultural land and ecosystems services from the harmful impacts of unplanned and unchecked urban sprawl.
  • Explain key features of Harmonised Regional Development policy framework while referring to the mapdelineate urban settlement limits, outside of which non-agricultural / non-essential development would only be permitted in exceptional circumstances. Such an approach would safeguard valuable agricultural land and ecosystems services from the harmful impacts of unplanned and unchecked urban sprawl.
  • Explain key features of Harmonised Regional Development policy framework while referring to the mapdelineate urban settlement limits, outside of which non-agricultural / non-essential development would only be permitted in exceptional circumstances. Such an approach would safeguard valuable agricultural land and ecosystems services from the harmful impacts of unplanned and unchecked urban sprawl.

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  • NSDSNationalTrinidad and TobagoDevelopmentStrategySpatial
  • What?
  • a route map to guidethe continuingjourney of nationaldevelopmentThe NSDS is.....
  • The NSDS is.....the framework for decisionsabout the ways in which thenational space will be usedand developed over the next10+ years
  • a holistic plan that attemptsto incorporate the goals,visions, and objectives of awide cross-section ofstakeholdersThe NSDS is.....
  • Why
  • Housing NeedCrimeSpaces foreconomicactivityInfrastructureprovisionPoor servicedeliveryTrafficCongestionSpaces forpeopleGovernanceFloodingWasteDisposal
  • WasteDisposal
  • TrafficCongestionWhy?...1,324,000 600,000+
  • HousingChallenges
  • Spaces forpeople
  • Urban Footprint Evolution
  • Governance CrimeTrafficcongestionFloodingSpacesforpeopleInfrastructureprovisionEnergyefficiencyConsiders IntegratesAddressesSpaces foreconomicactivityHousingneed
  • How?Creating the plan.........
  • GovernmentPolicyNSDSMunicipal PlansLocal Area Plans
  • 14 MunicipalplansConsultationHarmonizationof the 14 plansSituationalAnalysis
  • Local AreaPlansMunicipalPlansNSDSConsultation
  • ConcentratedDevelopmentPort & related industryMaritime services/industryRural areasConcentrated urban zonesMajor urban centresOther urban centresMain Highway NetworkTourism FocusOption 1
  • Concentrated urban areaUrban growth centresMain highway networkTourism growthPort & related industryGrowth poleRural areasDispersedDevelopmentOption 2
  • Harmonised Regional DevelopmentOption 3 Major urban centreRegional urban centreLinked “urban” villagesIntegrated transportnetworkWater transport routeTourism GrowthPort and relatedindustry growth zoneMaritimeservices/industryGrowth polePotential for portRural area
  • Integrated Sustainability Appraisal• Promotes sustainable development throughbetter integration of sustainabilityconsiderations into plan preparation• Methodology used to evaluate the alternativestrategies considered• Each alternative tested against sustainabilityobjectives to determine the best option
  • Where Do I Fit In?
  • Harmonised Regional DevelopmentOption 3
  • Tunapuna/Piarco Development Strategy
  • Tunapuna/Piarco Land Use Proposals
  • St. Helena Village Local Area Plan
  • Your Role in the Plan?We need your feedbackquestionscommentsinformationinsights