Urban, Regional and Town Centre Planning

One of the primary outcomes of urban and regional structure planning is the strategic allocation of land uses. This involves determining the appropriate distribution of residential, commercial, industrial, and recreational areas within the region. The planning process considers factors such as population density, economic activities, and environmental considerations to ensure an optimal and sustainable use of land. By strategically organising land uses, structure planning aims to create balanced and functional urban environments that support the needs of diverse communities.