- The Fiji Town and County Planning Act case study : how to improve it?   click here to open paper content47 kb
by    Dia, Amadou Sadio | dia_a@usp.ac.fj   click here to send an email to the auther(s) of this paper
Short Outline
How to adapt the planning legislation to the ground reality in the south pacific small islands nations: the Fiji Town and country Planning Act case study.
the Fiji Town and Country Planning Act (TCPA) was designed during the Britsh colonial time in 1955 and was last modified in 1979 and since then has been a lot of changes in land access/human settlement/ housing delivery systems issues arising that directly impact the demand of new planning legislation approach in Fiji.
From the day-to-day planning paxis constraints identification some recommend new ways are presented in this paper.The purpose of that is how a new trend of planning legislation that could be neither a pure statutory nor ''custumary-empirical'' but a relevant hybrid one.
fiji isalnds, town plannin, local authorities, land and property administration, urban environmental profiling
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