Town and Country Planning (Kingston and Saint Andrew and the Pedro Cays) Provisional Development Order, 2017 (S.I. No. 55 of 2017). | Land Portal

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May 2017
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This Order, made under section 5 of the Town and Country Planning Act, provides for a wide variety of matters regarding the administration and development of the areas of the Parishes of Kingston and Saint Andrew and the Pedro Cays as described in the First Schedule. Matters regulated by this Order include planning permission for development, control on subdivision of land, consultation with national authorities by the local planning authority before granting planning permission, appeals, control of pollution, environmental impact on streams, lakes, ponds, aquifer and protection of ecologically sensitive areas or national heritage sites, protection of habitats, protection of agricultural activities. Planning permission shall be obtained from a local planning authority as defined by section 2 of the Act. An Environmental Impact Assessment may be required from the applicant. The Second Schedule sets out Use Classes. The Third Schedule sets out Permitted Development. The Fourth Schedule sets out forms of notices. The Fifth Schedule sets out the Planning Framework for the development area.

Implements: Irrigation Act. (2004)

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