IMPORTANT! SACPLAN Competency and Standards Workshops

Dear SAPI members,

This is an urgent call for all SAPI members to actively participate in the SACPLAN Competency and Standards Workshops. The outcome of these workshops will shape the future of the planning profession your input and guidance is of utmost importance.

Scheduled SACPLAN Workshop:

ALL WORKSHOPS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

Herewith all workshops of SAPI-Professional Development Centre from March until June as requested by a lot of Planners.

The locations of a few workshops have been changed to match the demand and enquiries in a specific city.

SAPI-Professional Development Centre received overwhelming positive responses to the recent workshop outlines and programme and we are looking forward to a very busy year. The calendar of the proposed workshops has been fine tuned in certain cases to accommodate provincial programmes and the new Calendar is attached hereto.

There is not much time left to register for the first workshops and you should note that each workshop can only be presented once at a certain location.

The following workshops are presented from March until June 2015 and NOW is the perfect time to register for these important workshops:

Spatial Planning and Land use Management Act 16-2013 - Draft Regulations in terms (20141212-GGN-38331-01144)-1

SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT, 16 OF 2013
DRAFT REGULATIONS IN TERMS OF THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE
MANAGEMENT ACT, 16 OF 2013
The Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform hereby calls for comments on the draft
regulations made in terms of section 54 (1)read with section 54 (2) (b) of the Spatial Planning
and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, for public comments as set out in the Schedule.
This is a further call for comments which was initially published in Gazette No 37797 from the

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