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St Helena : What affects you and your family about how land is used on the Island?
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 15.10.2011 (Article Archived on 29.10.2011)

The way land is used on St Helena affects everyone and with the draft Land Development Control Plan (LDCP) currently out for public consultation, it is important that as many views, from as many people as possible are voiced and heard.

What affects you and your family about how land is used on the Island?


 


The way land is used on St Helena affects everyone and with the draft Land Development Control Plan (LDCP) currently out for public consultation, it is important that as many views, from as many people as possible are voiced and heard.


 


To enable this to happen, a field research team has been formed to examine how the proposed draft LDCP will change the lives of current and future residents of St Helena.


 


In the coming weeks the team will be carrying out Socio-Economic Impact Assessments and will be in contact with randomly selected members of the public seeking answers to a key question:


What affects you and your family about how land is used on the Island?


 


These assessments will be carried out via an interview type questionnaire. Selected people are not expected to have read the LDCP but whatever views they may have are important towards understanding the positive and negative social and economic effects of land use.


 


Information gathered from the assessments will be taken into consideration when finalizing the LDCP.


 


All information provided will be confidential.


 


Strategic Policy and Planning Unit


12th October 2011

 

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