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The Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA) 16 of 2013
Introduction and Background to SPLUMA

National legislation

Provincial legislation

Municipal legislation

SPLUMA Training and workshop reports

Eastern Cape SPLUMA policy submission

Civil society organisations in the Eastern Cape (EC) province submitted (on 21 July 2016) a SPLUM policy petition to the Eastern Cape Department of Cooperative Government and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) motivating for various issues to be incorporated into future provincial SPLUM policy and legislation. To find out more about this submission see here.

SPLUMA and rural development

Also find links to SPLUMA and its associated legislation and regulations at Centre for Environmental Rights (CER)
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