Complementary Law No. 143 establishing the Planning and Territorial Planning System of the State of Roraima. | Land Portal

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January 2009
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This Complementary Law, consisting of 42 articles divided into seven Chapters, establishes the Planning and Territorial Planning System of the State of Roraima. The above mentioned System, called SPOT/RR, is the main guiding instrument for planning of land occupation and control of the use of natural resources of the territory of the State of Roraima, in the implementation of plans, programmes, projects, works and public and private activities. The purpose of the SPOT/RR is to implement the provisions of art. 3 of the State Constitution in order to guide the implementation of protecting measures to ensure the rational use of the natural resources of the State of Roraima, taking into account the potentialities, restrictions of use and protection of the natural resources of specific environmental system (Planning and Territorial Management), within the principle of social, economic and environmental sustainability, in order to guarantee the sustainable development of the State. The organizational basis and instruments of SPOT are: 1. The Management Committee for Geotechnology, Cartography, Planning and Planning Territorial; 2. the Center for Geotechnology, Cartography and Territorial Planning; 3. Ecological and Economic Zoning; 4. State and State Sector Plans 5. the State Water Resources Plan and their respective Hydrographic Basin Committees.

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