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Telephone numbers not functioning

Dear Customer, The Physical Planning Unit has been experiencing some problems with it’s phone lines where 491-6795 and 491-6797 are not functioning. You can now reach the office at 496-6795.   Sorry for the inconvenience

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AD-FREEGOOD BUILDING PRACTICES WORKSHOP

Free Good Building Practices Workshop Coming in August

The Physical Planning Unit is organising a five-day workshop on good and safer building practices for the construction of houses. This workshop is targeted at building contractors and artisans (masons, carpenters and other skilled workers). To take advantage of the workshop you must register by Thursday August 09, 2018. PPU will confirm dates between September and October, 2018. This […]

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6-4-18-Proposed Land Use For Woodlands Rezoning To Tourism Development

Town Hall Meeting on Ledonda Bay Project Postponed

The Physical Planning Unit (PPU) within the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Lands, Housing and the Environment (MATLHE) is informing the public of the postponement of the Town Hall Meeting to discuss ‘The Montserrat Ledonda Bay Project’. The town hall meeting was originally scheduled for 6:30p.m. on Wednesday, July 18 at the Salem Primary School. It was aimed at providing […]

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Physical Development Plan Consultation Begins October 24

WHAT is the Physical Development Plan 2012-2022? The Government have prepared an updated National Physical Development Plan (PDP) for the north of Montserrat to cover the period 2012 to 2022.  The PDP is a land-use plan that provides a framework to help deliver the goals of the Sustainable Development Plan, addressing issues such as pressure […]

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Montserrat’s Physical Development Plan 2012-2022 ready for review

BRADES, Montserrat – The first draft of Montserrat’s Physical Development Plan 2012-2022 is now complete says officials from the Physical Planning Unit (PPU). According to a statement from the unit, the plan is “currently being reviewed by members of the Planning and Development Authority (PDA) and the ministers. Any changes that the review panel make […]

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