CHAPTER 283 - TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application No.2 Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application No. 4 Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application No. 3 Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application Order

Town and Country Planning Act Application No. 2 Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mpika Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Choma Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Kapiri Mposhi Order

Town and Country Planning Lusaka Development Plan Revocation Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Lusaka Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mwombezhi Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mazabuka Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Kafue Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mansa Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Luanshya Order

Town and Country Planning Luanshya Development Plan Revocation Order

Town and Country Planning Delegation of Functions Northern Planning Authority Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Chililabombwe Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Chingola Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Ndola Order

Town and Country Planning Chingola Development Plan Revocation Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Samfya Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Zambezi Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Kawambwa Order

Town and Country Planning Mufulira Development Plan Revocation Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mufulira Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Kasempa Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mpulungu Order

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Zambia/Tanzania Railway Corridor Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Zambia\Tanzania Railway Corridor No. 2 Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mumbwa Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Siavonga Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Mongu Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Senanga Notice

Town and Country Planning Act Preparation of Development Plan Mwense Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Nchelenge Notice

Town and Country Planning Preparation of Development Plan Kaoma Order

Town and Country Planning Planning Authority Procedure Regulations

Town and Country Planning Fees and Allowances Regulations

Town and Country Planning Appeals Regulations

Preparation of Development Plans

Town and Country Planning Development Order

Town and Country Planning Subdivision Order

Delegation of Powers to City and Municipal Councils

Town and Country Planning Delegation of Functions Order

Delegation of Powers to the Northern Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the Southern Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the City of Kitwe Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the City Council of Kitwe

Delegation of Powers to the City Council of Ndola

Delegation of Powers to the Chingola Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the Municipal Council of Chingola

Delegaton of Powers to the Luanshya Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the Municipal Council of Luanshya

Delegation of Powers to the Mufulira Planning Authority

Delegation of Powers to the Municipal Council of Mufulira

Town and Country Planning Claim For Compensation Regulations

Town and Country Planning Application For Planning Permission Regulations

Town and Country Planning Development Plans Regulations

Town and Country Planning Enforcement Notices Regulations

Town and Country Planning Use Groups Regulations

Town and Country Planning Delegation of Functions Order

Town and Country Planning Application Order

Town and Country Planning (Appointment of Planning Authority and Delegation of Functions) Notice, 2012

Town and Country Planning (Application) Order, 2013

Town and Country Planning (Application) Order, 2014

Town and Country Planning (Appointment of Planning Authority and Delegation of Functions) Notice, 2014

Town And Country Planning (Non-Western Planning Authority) (Membership) Notice, 2014

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPOINTMENT OF PLANNING AUTHORITY AND DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS) NOTICE, 2012

[Sections 5 and 24]

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SI 71 of 2012.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Authority (Appointment of Planning Authority and Delegation of Functions) Notice, 2012.

 

2.   Appointment of planning authority and delegation of functions

   (1) The local authority set out in the Schedule to this Notice is hereby appointed as a planning authority for the area set out in that Schedule.

   (2) The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act, relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land are hereby delegated to the planning authority set out in the Schedule for the area described in that Schedule.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

PLANNING AUTHORITY

Local Authority 

Area 

Municipal Council of Chinsali 

Chinsali Municipality

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPLICATION) ORDER, 2013

[Section 3]

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SI 61 of 2013.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Application) Order, 2013.

 

2.   Application of Town and Country Planning Act

The Act applies to the areas of customary land contained within the boundaries of the areas described in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

CHIPATA DISTRICT

Starting at beacon 1264, the boundary runs in the north-westerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 295 degrees 32 minutes 21 seconds for a distance of 2,367 metres to beacon SW182; thence north-westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 301 degrees 22 minutes 20 seconds for a distance of 929 metres to beacon SW181; thence in the same direction in a straight line on a bearing of 300 degrees 20 minutes 49 seconds for a distance of 2,122 metres to beacon SW179; thence in the north-easterly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 51 degrees 58 minutes 44 seconds for a distance of 941 metres to beacon SW17; thence in the easterly direction in straight a line on a bearing of 86 degrees 40 minutes 47 seconds for a distance of 1,147 metres to beacon SW175; thence generally northwards in a straight line on a bearing of 24 degrees 20 minutes 22 seconds for a distance of 3,249 metres to beacon T; thence in the northerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 17 degrees 26 minutes 5 seconds for a distance of 4,286 metres to beacon TN; thence in the north-easterly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 27 degrees 31 minutes 55 seconds for a distance of 1,382 metres to beacon HD; thence north-eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 76 degrees 47 minutes 41 seconds for a distance of 2,534 metres to beacon GD; thence in the southerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 156 degrees 4 minutes 49 seconds for a distance of 2,217 metres to beacon AD; thence in almost the same direction in straight line on a bearing of 160 degrees 53 minutes 56 seconds for a distance of 842 metres to beacon X2; thence in the south-easterly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 110 degrees 53 minutes 31 seconds for a distance of 2,878 metres to beacon XN; thence in the south-easterly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 130 degrees 48 minutes 22 seconds for a distance of 4,521 metres to the international boundary between Zambia and Malawi; thence along the Zambia-Malawi international boundary for a distance of 7,185 metres to beacon R0; thence in the south-easterly direction in a straight direction in a straight line on a bearing of 132 degrees 38 minutes 22 seconds for a distance of 2,112 metres to beacon Re; thence in the southerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 167 degrees 17 minutes 59 seconds for a distance of 2,200 metres to beacon Rl; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 180 degrees 32 minutes 33 seconds for a distance of 3,810 metres to beacon W2; thence in the south-westerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 245 degrees 41 minutes 35 seconds for a distance of 6,190 metres to beacon 12; thence in north-westerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 32 degrees 4 minutes 19 seconds for a distance of 3,479 metres to beacon 11; thence in the south-westerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 250 degrees 28 minutes 49 seconds for a distance of 2,976 metres to beacon le; thence in southerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of234 degrees 34 minutes 59 seconds for a distance of 1,688 metres to beacon IX; thence in the north-westerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 302 degrees 10 minutes 23 seconds for a distance of 6,526 metres to Lutembwe River; thence down the Lutembwe River for a distance of 2,400 metres; thence in north-easterly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 19 degrees 54 minutes 1 second for a distance of 130 metres to beacon 1,263; thence in the northerly direction in a straight line on a bearing of 19 degrees 54 minutes 1 second for a distance of 4,441 metres to beacon 1264; the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 23,688 hectres approximately is shown bordered green on plan No. CHIP/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor- General signed by the Surveyor-General and dated 21st October, 2010.

MANSA DISTRICT

Starting at the source of Namwandwe Stream; thence the boundary follows a straight line in a south-west direction on a bearing of 245 degrees for a distance approximately 3.7 kilometres to a point on Kapombwa Stream; thence on a bearing of 256 degrees northwest direction for a distance approximately 2.75 kilometres to the source of Milomfi Stream; thence down Milomfi Stream to its confluence with Mansa River; thence up the Mansa River to its confluence with Kakomwe Stream; thence up Kakomwe Stream for a distance approximately 3.3 kilometres to a point on the ungazetted road to Mwana-Chama; thence in a north-westerly, north, north-easterly and north-westerly direction along this ungazetted road to Mwana-Chama for a distance approximately 8.5 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 70 degrees westwards to the confluence of the Chofoshi River and Mawondo Stream; thence up the Mawondo Stream to its source; thence eastwards passing through the road junction of Chipili-Luwingu Road M3 and D69 to a point approximately 1.3 kilometres from the road junction of Chipili-Luwingu Road M3 and D69; thence on a bearing of 193 degrees south westwards in a straight line for a distance approximately 4.4 kilometres to the source of Lupuma Stream; thence down the Lupuma Stream to its confluence with Mansa River; thence up Mansa River for a distance approximately 2 kilometres to its confluence with Kaloshi Stream; thence up Kaloshi Stream to a point on this stream approximately 0.4 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 242 degrees in straight line for a distance of approximately 4 kilometres to Namwandwe Stream; thence up Namwandwe Stream to its source, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 11 175 hectors approximately is shown bordered green on plan No. T17/14 deposited in the office of the Surveyor- General, signed by the Surveyor-General and dated 6th February, 2013.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPLICATION) ORDER, 2014

[Section 3]

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SI 36 of 2014.

 

1.   Title

This Order may he cited as the Town and Country Planning (Application) Order, 2014.

 

2.   Application of Act

The Act applies to the areas within the boundaries of the districts described in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

CHIPILI DISTRICT

Starting at the confluence of Chibalashi River and Bululu Stream, the boundary follows Chibalashi River north-eastwards to its confluence with Milonge Stream: thence on a bearing of 78 degrees north-eastwards for a distance approximately 5 kilometers; thence on a bearing of 90 degrees eastwards along the ungazetted road for a distance approximately 1.9 kilometers; thence on a bearing of 115 degrees south-eastwards along the ungazetted road for a distance approximately 1.4 kilometers to its road junction with another ungazetted road; thence southwards along the ungazerted road fora distance approximately 4 kilometers to the source of an unnamed stream; thence down the unnamed stream to its confluence with Chiwowo River; thence on a bearing of 304 degrees north-westwards in straight line for a distance approximately 15.8 kilometers to a point on the confluence of Chibalashi River and Bululu Stream, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The above described area in extent 9,608 hectares is shown in Green on Plan No. CHIP/T/001 deposited in the Office of the SurveyorGeneral, signed by the SurveyorGeneral and dated 7th October, 2013.

CHEMBE DISTRICT

Starting at a point on the Zambia DR Congo international boundary, the boundary follows Ngo River in a generally north-easterly direction crossing the Road M3 (Chembe - MansaRoad) to its confluence with Mapala Stream; thence up Mupala Stream to its confluence with an unnamed stream; thence up the unnamed stream in an easterly direction to its source, thence it proceeds in the same direction to a point on the Mapama Stream; thence down Mapama Stream to its confluence with Lwila River; thence down Lwila river in a generally southerly direction to its confluence with the Lwela River; thence down Lwela River in southerly direction to its confluence with the Luapula River; thence to a point on the Zambia DR Congo international boundary, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 12,439 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on plan No. CHEM/T / 001, deposited in the office of the SurveyorGeneral, signed by the SurveyorGeneral and dated 7th October, 2013.

MWANSABOMBWE DISTRICT

Starting at a point on the Kafuma River, where the Road D79 crosses Kafutma River, the boundary follows Kafuma River down stream in a southerly direction to its continence with Kapandula Stream; thence southwards up Kapandula Stream for a distance approximately 3 kilometers to its confluence with an unnamed stream; thence westwards in straight line for a distance approximately 1.8 kilometres to the source of Mulele Stream; thence down Mulele Stream to a point on the Road D79; thence north-westwards along the Road D79 tor a distance approximately 7.5 kilometers to a point on the Kafuma River, where the Road D79 crosses Kafuma River, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The above described area in extent 6,250 hectares is shown in Green on Plan No. Mwans/T/001 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor General, signed by the SurveyorGeneral dated 7th October, 2013.

IKELENG'E DISTRICT

Starting at a point on the Kaswasa Stream, the boundary proceeds in a north-westerly direction on a bearing of 337 degrees for a distance approximately 4.2 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 358 degrees for a distance approximately 28 Kilometres; thence on a bearing of 58 degrees northeastwards for a distance approximately 6.7 Kilometres; thence on bearing of 93 degrees eastwards for a distance approximately 1.7 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 103 degrees in a generally eastern direction for a distance approximately 1.2 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 122.5 degrees in a south-eastly direction for a distance approximately 2.3 Kilometers; thence on a bearing or 147 degrees southwards for a distance approximately 0.8 Kilometers: thence on a bearing of 188 degrees for a distance approximately 0.85 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 159 degrees southwards for a distance approximately 3 Kilometers to the Road Junction of T5 and (D282) Ikelenge - Mwaezhi Road; thence on a bearing oi’206 degrees in a southwestly direction for a distance approximately 1.2 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 151 degrees along the western side of the road T5 for a distance approximately 1.7 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 234 degrees in a westerly direction for a distance approximately 5.7 Kilometers; thence on a bearing of 337 degrees in a north-easterly direction for a distance approximately 0.35 Kilometers to Kaswasa Stream, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances arc approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 6,413 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. IKE/T/001, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by the Surveyor-General and dated 7th October, 2013.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPOINTMENT OF PLANNING AUTHORITY AND DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS) NOTICE, 2014

[Sections 5 and 25]

Arrangement of Notices

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   2.   Appointment of planning authority and delegation of functions

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SI 41 of 2014.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Appointment of Planning Authority and Delegation of Functions) Notice, 2014.

 

2.   Appointment of planning authority and delegation of functions

   (1) The local authority set out in the Schedule is appointed as a planning authority for the area set out in the Schedule.

   (2) The functions of the Minister under subsections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land are delegated to the planning authority set out in the Schedule for the area described in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

Planning Authority

Area 

Authority 

Muchinga Province 

Muchinga Province Planning Authority

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (NON-WESTERN PLANNING AUTHORITY) (MEMBERSHIP) NOTICE, 2014

[Section 5]

   1.   Title

   2.   Apointment of Planning Authority members

      SCHEDULE

SI 57 of 2014.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (North-Western Province Planning Authority) (Membership), 2014.

 

2.   Apointment of Planning Authority members

The persons whose names are set out in the Schedule are appointed as members of the North-Western Planning Authority.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

North-Western Province Planning Authority Members

 

Name 

Position 

1. 

Provincial Permanent Secretary 

Chairperson 

2. 

Mr. Alfred L. Kashikechi 

Member 

3. 

Mr. Edwin K. Ching’embu 

Member 

4. 

Mrs. Irene Mileji 

Member 

5. 

Mr. Henry Tapalo Kaira 

Member 

6. 

Mr. Davis Ndumba 

Member

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 102 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to the area of Trust Land Number 1 the boundary whereof is described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

Starting at the confluence of the Mwombezhi River and the Chalamba River, the boundary follows the Chalamba River upstream for 2,200 metres to point C (grid reference LS425465); thence on a bearing of 358 degrees for a distance of 2,600 metres to Beacon No. 6; thence on a bearing of 80 degrees for a distance of 1,000 metres to Beacon 7; thence on a bearing of 74 degrees for a distance of 500 metres to Beacon 8; thence on a bearing of 130 degrees for a distance of 2,650 metres to point A (grid reference LS459477) situated on the East Bank of Mwombezhi River at the confluence of the Mwombezhi River and an unnamed river; thence following this unnamed river upstream to its source situated 600 metres North-East of the T5 road; thence on a bearing of 220 degrees for a distance of 1,550 metres crossing the T5 road to point B (grid reference LS45448) at the source of an unnamed river; thence down this unnamed river to its confluence with the Mwombezhi River; thence up the Mwombezhi River to its confluence with Chalamba River, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 1,450 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. MWO\1, deposited in the office of the Commissioner for Town and Country Planning.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

[Section 3]

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[Order by the President]

SI 45 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to those areas of Trust Land No. I in the Zambezi District and Trust Land No. XX in the Kawambwa and Samfya Districts that fall within the boundaries of the areas described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

KAWAMBWA

Starting at point A, the junction of the main Mansa-Kawambwa Road with a road connecting the Kawambwa-Mushota Road to the main Mansa-Kawambwa Road the boundary proceeds Westwards in a straight line for a distance of 2,000 metres to point B on a footpath; thence in a North-Westerly direction along this footpath for a distance of 175 metres to where it meets the road running to the West from Old Messenger’s Compound; thence along this road in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 60 metres to point C; thence in a North-Westerly direction for a distance of 1,370 metres to point D which is 114 metres North of the centre line of the road from Kawambwa to Chief Munkanta’s Village; thence North-Eastwards for a distance of 380 metres to point E on the track running North from Kawambwa-Munkanta Road; thence Northwards along this track to an unnamed stream; thence up this stream to its source and on to the junction of the Kawambwa-Mporokoso Road with the Kawambwa-Nchelenge Road; thence South-Eastwards following a cut line for a distance of 310 metres to point F; thence Northwards for a distance of 200 metres to point G; thence South-Eastwards along a footpath for a distance of 375 metres to point H; thence in an Easterly direction for a distance of 780 metres to point J; thence Southwards for a distance of 1,140 metres to the North-Eastern corner of the Kawambwa Airfield; thence Southwards for a distance of 1,140 metres to the North-Eastern corner of the Kawambwa Airfield; thence for a distance of 125 metres to point K the South-Eastern corner of the aforesaid Airfield; thence following the footpath in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of 150 metres to where it meets the Kawambwa-Mushota Road; thence South-Westwards in a straight line for a distance of 1,720 metres to point A, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate.

The above described area is in extent 810 hectares approximately.

SAMFYA

Starting at point A, situated at the North-Eastern corner of the Forest Plantation, the boundary proceeds in a Westerly direction for a distance of 1,710 metres to point B, where this line meets the edge of the Chimana Dambo; thence following the edge of this dambo in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 3,230 metres to point C, where the main Samfya-Mansa road crosses the dambo; thence following this road in a North-Westerly direction for a distance of 1,190 metres to point D; thence on a bearing of 85.5 degrees for a distance of 180 metres to point E, the junction of a track that runs along the North-Western boundary of the Secondary School with a minor road running to the North of the main Samfya-Mansa road; thence North-Eastwards, Northwards and North-Westwards along the centre of the road past the Secondary School and continuing along this road for a total distance of 3,360 metres to point F; thence Eastwards through Lake Chifunauli for a distance of 3,042 metres to its intersection with the Lake Bangweulu shoreline; thence Southwards along the Lake shoreline for a distance of 6,803 metres to the mouth of the Makula Dambo adjacent to the Samfya Harbour entrance; thence along the Northern edge of this dambo to a point and then leaving the edge of the dambo Westwards across the road on to point G, on the South-Eastern boundary of the Forest Plantation for a total distance of 3,130 metres; thence following the plantation boundary Northwards for a distance of 2,100 metres to point A, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area is in extent 670 hectares approximately.

ZAMBEZI

Starting from point A, at the centre line of the intersection of the Zambezi-Chavuma Road and Chilenga Stream, the boundary proceeds upstream along its centre line, for a distance of 550 metres to point B, where the footpath from the Chilenga Primary School crosses the Chilenga Stream; thence on a straight line on a bearing of 125 degrees for a distance of 3,300 metres to the intersection of the Lishipa Village track with the main track leading towards the sand and gravel pits, South-West of Lishipa Village; thence along the latter track for a distance of 280 metres to point C; where the minor track crosses the Luampungu Stream; thence following the stream centre line downstream for a distance of 1,200 metres to point D, where the Old Kabompo Road crosses the stream; thence along the centre line of the road in an Easterly direction for a distance of 40 metres to point E; thence following the track on a bearing of 185 degrees for a distance of 785 metres to the main Zambezi-Kabompo Road at point F; thence on a bearing of 208 degrees for a distance of 1,900 metres to point G on the Zambezi-Chitokoloki Road, 840 metres South-East of the low cost housing area attached to the Secondary School; thence on a bearing of 268 degrees for a distance of 980 metres touching the Northern edge of permanent water on Lake Musekelembwa to point H, on a track from Secondary School to the small pier on the Zambezi River; thence following this track for a distance of 680 metres to point I which is adjacent to the pier; thence in a straight line across the Zambezi River on a bearing of 203 degrees for a distance of 230 metres to point J; thence up the Zambezi River along the Western Bank for a distance of 780 metres to point K, the confluence of Mwalya Stream with the Zambezi River; thence the boundary follows the Eastern Bank of Mwalya Stream to where it meets Lake Mwalya; thence following the Eastern edge of that lake’s permanent water to point L, at the estuary of an unnamed stream for a total distance of 2,580 metres; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 355 degrees for a distance of 1,000 metres to the Old Zambezi/Chinyama Litapi causeway at point M, being the beacon marking the most Westerly point of the former Boma Boundary; thence along the old causeway for a distance of 780 metres to point N, being the former pontoon mooring (now crossing point); thence across the Zambezi on a bearing of 40 degrees for a distance of 320 metres to the old pontoon mooring on the Eastern Bank at point O; thence along the more Northerly track on a bearing of 60 degrees for a distance of 100 metres to point P, whereat the track meets the boundary between the flats/dambo area and the permanently well drained land; thence in a Northerly direction along the boundary between the flats and the permanently well drained ground for a distance of 1,550 metres to the centre line of the new Chinyama Litapi track at point Q; thence following the centre line of the track Eastwards for a distance of 120 metres to point R being the intersection with the centre line of the Zambezi-Chavuma Road; thence along this road on a bearing of 335 degrees for a distance of 730 metres to point A, the point of starting.

All bearings are from true North and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 1,500 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T2/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated the 7th July, 1976.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

[Section 3]

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[Order by the President]

SI 56 of 1981.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Act shall apply to Customary Areas defined in section 2 of the Lands Act.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

AREA IN KAPUTA RURAL DISTRICT TO WHICH THIS ACT APPLIES

Starting from point A which is situated approximately 1.6 kilometres offshore in Lake Tanganyika and due North East of Sumbu Old Boma; the boundary proceeds on a bearing of approximately 220 degrees for a distance of 1.6 kilometres to Beacon D erected near Sumbu Old Boma; thence the boundary proceeds on a bearing of approximately 235 degrees for a distance of approximately 4.8 kilometres to Beacon C erected on the Chisala stream; thence the boundary proceeds on a bearing of approximately 336 degrees for a distance of about 5.8 kilometres to Beacon B on the boundary of the Tabwa Reserve No. XXXII and approximately 5 kilometres due West of Cape Kachese; thence the boundary proceeds along this reserve boundary to the point where it meets the shoreline of Lake Tanganyika; thence on a bearing of approximately 101 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.3 kilometres and passing above the Northernmost tip of Sumbu Island to point A, the point of starting.

All bearings are from magnetic North and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 1,508 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T153, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 11th December, 1980.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

[Section 3]

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[Order by the President]

SI 137 of 1981.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

SIAVONGA

Starting at the point where the international boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe crosses the Kariba Dam, the boundary proceeds in the Southwesterly direction along the international boundary for a distance of approximately 4 450 metres to point A; thence on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of approximately 7 300 metres to point B; thence on a bearing of 0 degrees for a distance of approximately 4 900 metres to point C; thence on a bearing of 90 degrees for a distance of approximately 3 850 metres to point D; thence South-Eastwards along a track leading to Sianzala Village for approximately 1 750 metres to point E; thence Southwards, South of the Sianzala Village, Eastwards and North-Eastwards along the top of the hills for approximately 4 000 metres to point F; thence Southwards for approximately 100 metres to the source of the Nansimba River; thence down the Nansimba River to its confluence with the Zambezi River and then in a straight line to the international boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe; thence up the Zambezi River and following the said international boundary to Kariba Dam, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate. Bearings are taken from Grid North.

The above described area in extent 2 340 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. T60\3, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 26th October, 1981.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 120 of 1982.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order, 1982.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

MONGU

Starting at point P1, being on the Lusaka Road at the Easternmost point of the previous Township Boundary, the new boundary runs Southwards on a bearing of 175 degrees for a distance of 2,900 metres to P16, being the Easternmost point of the new Cemetary Site; thence South-Westwards on a bearing of 237 degrees for a distance of 1,390 metres to P15 on the Senanga Road; thence in a North-Westerly direction along the Western side of Senanga Road on a bearing of 327 degrees for a distance of 1,590 metres to P14; thence leaving the Senanga Road on a bearing of 292 degrees for a distance of 1,220 metres to P13; thence in a South-Westerly direction on a bearing of 255 degrees for a distance of 540 metres to P12; thence it runs North- Westwards following the bed of the second and lesser water-course for a distance of 1,160 metres to P10, which is the confluence of the two water-courses; thence in a North-Easterly direction passing to the West of Maramba Harbour for a distance of 1,270 metres to P9 which lies on the water-course; thence in a North-Easterly direction on a bearing of 35 degrees for a distance of 1,036 metres to P8 near the mouth of the Blue Gums Harbours; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 85 degrees for a distance of 570 metres to P7 on the Western side of the Limulunga Road opposite the present market; thence on a bearing of 35 degrees for a distance of 945 metres to P6 on the Limulunga Road; thence Northwards following the road for a total distance of 1,500 metres to P5 at the North-West extremity of “ex W.N.L.A. Compound”, still on the Limulunga Road; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 75 degrees for a distance of 1,560 metres to P4; thence Southwards on a bearing of 170 degrees for a distance of 1,850 metres to P3 on the road; thence along the Airport approach road Westwards on a bearing of 260 degrees for a distance of 120 metres to P2; thence Southwards joining the previous Township Boundary on a bearing of 170 degrees for a total distance of 1,140 metres to P1 on the Lusaka Road, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 1,390 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T79/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 10th February, 1975.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 153 of 1983.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order, 1983.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

SENANGA

Starting at the intersection of Roads M10 and RD321, the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 280 degrees for a distance of 380 metres; thence on a bearing of 350 degrees for a distance of 400 metres; thence on a bearing of 4 degrees for a distance of 5,300 metres; thence on a bearing of 15 degrees for a distance of 750 metres; thence on a bearing of 328 degrees for a distance of 400 metres; thence on a bearing of 312 degrees for a distance of 570 metres; thence on a bearing of 317 degrees for a distance of 200 metres; thence on a bearing of 322 degrees for a distance of 360 metres; thence on a bearing of 353 degrees for a distance of 80 metres; thence on a bearing of 75 degrees for a distance of 960 metres; thence on a bearing of 8 degrees for a distance of 1,430 metres, along the Mongu/Senanga Road, thence on a bearing of 90 degrees for a distance of 3,400 metres; thence on a bearing of 180 degrees for a distance of 2 370 metres; thence on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 730 metres; thence on a bearing of 217 degrees for a distance of 2 950 metres; thence on a bearing of 273 degrees for a distance of 630 metres; thence on a bearing of 280 degrees for a distance of 150 metres to the intersection of Roads M10 and RD321, the point of starting.

All distances and bearings are approximate, and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area in extent 1,350 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. T67/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th July, 1983.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 73 of 1984.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order, 1984.

 

2.   Application of the Town and country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

KALABO

Starting at Beacon A at the intersection of Road D316 and D319, the boundary proceeds on bearing of 353 degrees for a distance of 450 metres to Beacon B; thence on a bearing of 36 degrees for a distance of 250 metres to Beacon C; thence on a bearing of 60 degrees for a distance of 180 metres to Beacon D; thence on a bearing of 113 degrees for a distance of 500 metres to Beacon E; thence on a bearing of 46 degrees for a distance of 150 metres to Beacon F; thence on a bearing of 69 degrees for a distance of 150 metres to Beacon G; thence on a bearing of 111 degrees for a distance of 120 metres to Beacon H; thence on a bearing of 130 degrees for a distance of 380 metres to Beacon J; thence on a bearing of 80 degrees for a distance of 170 metres to Beacon K; thence on a bearing of 45 degrees for a distance of 440 metres to Beacon L; on the Luanginga River; thence along the right Bank of the Luanginga River for 6 000 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence up this tributary to Beacon M at its source; thence on a bearing of 265 degrees for a distance of 1 950 metres to Beacon N on the Western edge of the Kalabo-Kalongola Pontoon Road D319; thence along this road for 1 259 metres to Beacon P; thence on a bearing of 266 degrees for a distance of 330 metres to Beacon Q; thence on a bearing of 356 degrees for a distance of 500 metres to Beacon R; thence on a bearing of 86 degrees for a distance of 330 metres to Beacon S on Road D319; thence along this road for a distance of 340 metres to Beacon A, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate, and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area in extent 1 085 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. T21/1 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th July, 1983.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION NO.2 ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 74 of 1984.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) (No. 2) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

LUKULU

Starting at Beacon F, the North-Eastern corner beacon of the airfield, the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 161 degrees for a distance of 190 metres to Beacon G; thence on a bearing of 184 degrees for a distance of 2 350 metres to Beacon H; thence on a bearing of 125 degrees for a distance of 190 metres to Beacon L6 passing through Beacon L5; thence in a Southerly direction on a bearing of 149 degrees for a distance of 370 metres to Beacon L7; thence Westwards on a bearing of 243 degrees for a distance of 420 metres to Beacon L8; thence on a bearing of 274 degrees for a distance of 370 metres to Beacon L9; thence on a bearing of 306 degrees for a distance of 450 metres to Beacon L10; thence on a bearing of 239 degrees for a distance of 340 metres to Beacon L11; thence on a bearing of 299 degrees for a distance of 730 metres to Beacon L12; thence on a bearing of 249 degrees for a distance of 940 metres passing through Beacon L13 to Beacon A on the Eastern Bank of the Zambezi River; thence on a bearing of 354 degrees for a distance of 3 170 metres to Beacon B on the North extremity of Sancta Maria Mission; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 96 degrees for a distance of 620 metres to Beacon C; thence Northwards on a bearing of 13 degrees for a distance of 180 metres to Beacon D, the Western boundary of the leprosarium; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 108 degrees following the Northerly boundary of the leprosarium for a distance of 820 metres to Beacon E, on the Northern boundary of the airfield; thence on a bearing of 67 degrees for a distance of 1 050 metres along the Northern boundary of the said field to Beacon F, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate, and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area in extent 726 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. T148, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 5th April, 1974.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION NO. 4 ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 153 of 1984.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) (No. 4) Order, 1984.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to those areas of Trust Land contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

NICHELENGE/KASHIKISHI

Starting at Beacon A on the Nchelenge/Munungo Road, about 130 metres North of the hospital, the boundary proceeds Eastwards for a distance of about 1 005 metres to Beacon B; thence Southwards for a distance of about 5 500 metres to Beacon C; thence Westwards for a distance of about 1 600 metres to Beacon D; about 1 000 metres South of Nchelenge Boma on the Nchelenge/Mwense Road; thence Westwards along a footpath for a distance of about 550 metres to Beacon E on the shore of Lake Mweru; thence Northwards following the shore line for a distance of about 7 900 metres to Beacon F North of the hospital; thence South Eastwards for a distance of about 460 metres to Beacon A, the point of starting. All distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 1 600 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T150 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 1st October, 1976.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION NO. 3 ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 152 of 1984.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) (No. 3) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

MWENSE

Starting at the confluence of Mwense Stream and the Nsakaluba Stream the boundary follows Eastwards along the Western edge of Nsakaluba Stream for a distance of 2 700 metres to Beacon A; thence Southwards for a distance of 2 100 metres to Beacon B on the Mwense River; thence downwards along the Western edge of Mwense River for a distance of 2 500 metres to the confluence of Mwense Stream and Nsakaluba Stream, the point of starting. All distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 400 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T154 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 4th July, 1984.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 105 of 1985.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

KAOMA

Starting at the junction of the new Lusaka-Mongu Road, M9, and the road from Kaoma Township’s Boma, D301 at point A, the boundary proceeds Westwards along the Lusaka-Mongu Road for a distance of approximately 1 270 metres to point B, on the same road; thence Northwards on a bearing of 0 degrees for approximately 1 250 metres to point C at the source of the Muhilo Stream; thence down the Muhilo Stream for approximately 600 metres to point D; thence North Westwards on a bearing of 341 degrees for a distance of approximately 250 metres to point E; thence North Westwards on a bearing of 320 degrees for approximately 410 metres to point F; thence North Westwards on a bearing of 343 degrees for a distance of 140 metres to point G on the Northern edge of the Old Lusaka-Mongu Road, RD467; thence Eastwards along the Old Lusaka-Mongu Road, RD467, for a distance of approximately 100 metres to point H; thence North Westwards on a bearing of 347 degrees for a distance of approximately 180 metres to point J; thence North Westwards on a bearing of 328 degrees for a distance of 550 metres to point K on the left Bank of the Luena River; thence up the Luena River to its confluence with the Mulamatila Stream; thence up the Mulamatila Stream to its source at point L; thence Southwards on a bearing of 181 degrees for a distance of approximately 2 080 metres to point M on the new Lusaka-Mongu Road, M9; thence along the Lusaka-Mongu Road, M9, for a distance of 2 100 metres to its junction with Road D301 at point A, the point of starting. All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area in extent 1 445 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T38/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 2nd December, 1983.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION ORDER

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SI 22 of 1986.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

KAPUTA

Starting at the point where road D37 crosses Choma River, the boundary follows this road in a South Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 1 530 metres to point A; thence on a bearing of 283 degrees for a distance of approximately 920 metres to point B; thence on a bearing of 348 degrees for a distance of approximately 1 140 metres to point C; thence on a bearing of 43 degrees for a distance of approximately 950 metres to point D on Choma River; thence down Choma River to the point where it is crossed by road D37, the point of starting.

All distances and bearings taken from North are approximate.

The above described area in extent 215 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T156 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General or signed by him and dated 26th April, 1985.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT APPLICATION NO. 2 ORDER

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[Order by the President]

SI 158 of 1985.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Application) (No. 2) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

All the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to Customary Areas contained within the boundaries of the area described in the Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

CHIBOMBO

Starting at point A the junction of the Great North Road T2, and Chibombo Road R133, the boundary proceeds North-Westwards along Chibombo Road R133 for a distance of approximately 3 100 metres to point B, thence Eastwards along a track for a distance of approximately 3 300 metres to point C, a point on the boundary of Farm No. 2112, thence Southwards along the boundary of Farm No. 2112 for a distance of approximately 1 700 metres to point D, a point North of the Great North Road T2, thence in South-Westerly direction along the Great North Road T2 for a distance of approximately 1 500 metres to point A the point of starting.

All distances are approximate. The above described area in extent 600 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. T155 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th August, 1985.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MPIKA ORDER

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SI 57 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mpika) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare Development Plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Development Plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. MPI/84.

 

3.   Deposit of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. MPI/84 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Charter House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the Mpika Township Council, during normal working hours until the 9th April, 1976, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, before the 9th April, 1976.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN CHOMA ORDER

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SI 73 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Choma) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare Development Plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Development Plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. CHO/221.

 

3.   Deposit of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. CHO/221 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Choma Township Council, during normal working hours until the 30th April, 1976, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, before the 30th April, 1976.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN KAPIRI MPOSHI ORDER

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SI 79 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Kapiri Mposhi) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare Development Plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Development Plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. KAP/81.

 

3.   Deposit of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. KAP/81 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Kapiri Mposhi Township Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING LUSAKA DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVOCATION ORDER

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SI 80 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Lusaka Development Plan) (Revocation) Order.

 

2.   Revocation of Lusaka Development Plan

Following upon the submission of a proposal by the Lusaka Planning Authority in terms of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the Town and Country Planning Act, it has been decided to revoke the Lusaka Development Plan as approved by Government Notice No. 289 of 1958 and Government Notice No. 8 of 1959 and the said Lusaka Development Plan together with the said Government Notices shall stand revoked on the expiry of forty-five days after the publication of this order.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN LUSAKA ORDER

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[Order by the Minister]

SI 81 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Lusaka) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare Development Plan

The Lusaka Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Development Plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. LUS/357.

 

3.   Deposit of Plan and sub-mission of objections

A copy of Plan No. LUS/357 may be inspected at the offices of the City Engineer, Civic Centre, Lusaka, during normal working hours on any day not later than forty-five days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

 

4.   Revocation

The Government Notices and the Statutory Instrument specified in the Schedule are hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE

Government Notice 306 of 1951

Government Notice 301 of 1952

Government Notice 115 of 1956

Government Notice 274 of 1963

Government Notice 45 of 1964

Statutory Instrument 299 of 1965

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MWOMBEZHI NOTICE

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SI 141 of 1976.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mwombezhi) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

   (1) The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. MWO/3.

   (2) The Order contained in sub-paragraph (1) shall not come into operation until the expiration of a period of forty-five days after the date on which this Notice is published in the Gazette.

 

3.   Inspection of development plan and submission of objections

   (1) A copy of Plan No. MWO/3 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Charter House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the District Secretary, Solwezi, during normal working hours on any day during the period of forty-five days following the publication of this Notice in the Gazette.

   (2) Any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may, within the period of twenty-one days following the publication of this Notice in the Gazette, send his objection in writing to the Minister, Ministry of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MAZABUKA ORDER

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SI 50 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mazabuka) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare Development Plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Development Plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. MAZ/94.

 

3.   Deposit of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. MAZ/94 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Mazabuka Township Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN KAFUE ORDER

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SI 64 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Kafue) Order, 1977.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. KAF/116.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. KAF/116 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of Kafue Township Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the development plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MANSA ORDER

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SI 143 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mansa) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. T17/3.

 

3.   Deposit of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. T17/3 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Charter House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the Mansa Township Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN LUANSHYA ORDER

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SI 144 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Luanshya) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Luanshya Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. T82/7.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and sub-mission of objections

A copy of Plan No. T82/7 may be inspected at the office of the Town Engineer, Civic Centre, Luanshya, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the development plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING LUANSHYA DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVOCATION ORDER

[Section 18]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Revocation of Luanshya Development Plan

[Order by the Minister]

SI 145 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Luanshya Development Plan) (Revocation) Order.

 

2.   Revocation of Luanshya Development Plan

Following upon the submission of a proposal by the Luanshya Planning Authority in terms of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the Town and Country Planning Act, it has been decided to revoke the Luanshya Development Plan as approved by Government Notice No. 187 of 1961 and the said Luanshya Development Plan together with the said Government Notice shall stand revoked on the expiry of forty-five days after the publication of this Order.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS NORTHERN PLANNING AUTHORITY ORDER

[Section 24]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Delegation of functions

[Order by the Minister]

SI 175 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Delegation of Functions) (Northern Planning Authority) Order.

 

2.   Delegation of functions

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the areas of the Kalulushi Township and the Chiliabombwe Township are hereby delegated to the Northern Planning Authority.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN CHILILABOMBWE ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 200 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Chililabombwe) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. C.1.

 

3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. C.1. may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Buteko House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola and at the office of the Chililabombwe Township Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection in writing to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN CHINGOLA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

   4.   Revocation

      SCHEDULE

[Order by the Minister]

SI 201 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Chingola) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Chingola Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. C.17.

 

3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. C.17 may be inspected at the office of the Town Engineer, Civic Centre, Chingola, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection in writing to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

 

4.   Revocation

The Government Notices specified in the Schedule are hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 4]

Government Notice No. 351 of 1959

Government Notice No. 377 of 1963

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN NDOLA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 210 of 1977.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Ndola) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Ndola Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. T122/7.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. T122/7 may be inspected at the office of the City Engineer, Civic Centre, Ndola, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING CHINGOLA DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVOCATION ORDER

[Section 18]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Revocation of Chingola Development Plan

[Order by the Minister]

SI 80 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Chingola Development Plan) (Revocation) Order.

 

2.   Revocation of Chingola Development Plan

Following upon the submission of a proposal by the Chingola Planning Authority in terms of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the Town and Country Planning Act, it has been decided to revoke the Chingola Development Plan as approved by Government Notice No. 351 of 1959 and the said Chingola Development Plan together with the said Government Notice shall stand revoked on the expiry of forty-five days after the publication of this Order.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN SAMFYA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 85 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Samfya) Order, 1978.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. SAM/54.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. SAM/54 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Buteko House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the Samfya Rural Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN ZAMBEZI ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 86 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Zambezi) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area bordered blue on Plan No. ZAM/172.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. ZAM/172 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Buteko House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the Zambezi Rural Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN KAWAMBWA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 84 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Kawambwa) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. KAW/87.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. KAW/87 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Buteko House, Buteko Avenue, Ndola, or at the office of the Kawambwa Rural Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING MUFULIRA DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVOCATION ORDER

[Section 18]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Revocation of Mufulira Development Plan

[Order by the Minister]

SI 136 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Mufulira Development Plan) (Revocation) Order.

 

2.   Revocation of Mufulira Development Plan

Following upon the submission of a proposal by the Mufulira Planning Authority in terms of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the Town and Country Planning Act, it has been decided to revoke the Mufulira Development Plan as approved by Government Notice No. 174 of 1961 and the said Mufulira Development Plan together with the said Government Notice shall stand revoked on the expiry of forty-five days after the publication of this Order.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MUFULIRA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 137 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mufulira) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Mufulira Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. T.77/11.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. T77/11 may be inspected at the office of the Town Engineer, Civic Centre, Mufulira, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the Development Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN KASEMPA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of Plan and sub-mission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 181 of 1978.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Kasempa) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. KASE/85.

 

3.   Inspection of Plan and sub-mission of objections

A copy of Plan No. KASE/85 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Provident House, Broadway, Ndola and at the office of the Kasempa Rural Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection in writing to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MPULUNGU ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 76 of 1979.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mpulungu) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the red border on Plan No. MPU/66A.

 

3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. MPU/66A may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Ninth Floor, Provident House, Broadway, Ndola and at the Office of the Mbala Rural Council during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection in writing to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN ZAMBIA/TANZANIA RAILWAY CORRIDOR NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

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   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plans

   3.   Inspection of Plans and Submission of objections

      SCHEDULE

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 179 of 1979.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Zambia\Tanzania Railway Corridor) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plans

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare development plans for the areas within the borders on Plans specified in column 2 of the Schedule hereto.

 

3.   Inspection of Plans and Submission of objections

Copies of the Plans specified in column 2 of the Schedule hereto may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Provident House, Broadway, Ndola, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plans may send his objection to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

Area 

 

Plan No. 

(1) 

 

(2) 

1. Nakonde/Mwenzo 

 

T152 

2. Msanza 

 

TAZ/N/1 

{mprestriction ids="1,2,3,5"}

3. Ngumba 

 

TAZ/N/1 

4. Kapwila 

 

TAZ/N/1 

5. Luchinde 

 

TAZ/N/1 

6. Chozi 

 

T151 

7. Mtumba 

 

TAZ/N/2 

8. Luchewe 

 

TAZ/N/2 

9. Mbopo 

 

TAZ/N/2 

10. Kalulu 

 

TAZ/N/2 

11. Makasa 

 

TAZ/N/2 

12. Kasuwa 

 

TAZ/N/3 

13. Iyaya 

 

TAZ/N/3 

14. Chimba 

 

TAZ/N/3 

15. Mulele 

 

TAZ/N/3 

16. Nseluka 

 

TAZ/N/3 

17. Mulambe 

 

TAZ/N/3 

18. Kungu 

 

TAZ/N/4 

19. Chibuli 

 

TAZ/N/4 

20. Nkole 

 

TAZ/N/4 

21. Ishitu 

 

TAZ/N/4 

22. Nduta 

 

TAZ/N/5 

23. Chambeshi 

 

TAZ/N/5 

24. Mpepo 

 

TAZ/N/5 

25. Labushi 

 

TAZ/N/5 

26. Kasongo 

 

TAZ/N/5 

27. Katumba 

 

TAZ/N/5 

28. Kabuka 

 

TAZ/N/6 

29. Milunga 

 

TAZ/N/6 

30. Sabwa 

 

TAZ/N/6 

31. Mwenda 

 

TAZ/N/6 

32. Chilonga 

 

TAZ/N/7 

33. Lusu River 

 

TAZ/N/7 

34. Kapoko 

 

TAZ/N/7 

35. Mikaeli 

 

TAZ/N/7 

36. Kalonje 

 

TAZ/N/7 

37. Salomo 

 

TAZ/N/7 

38. Lubanshi 

 

TAZ/N/8 

39. Mununga 

 

TAZ/N/8 

40. Finkuli 

 

TAZ/N/8 

41. Lubunga 

 

TAZ/N/3 

49. Lukulu 

 

TAZ/8/8 <TS:2,NM,NO>

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN ZAMBIA\TANZANIA RAILWAY CORRIDOR NO. 2 NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

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   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plans

   3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

      SCHEDULE

[Notice by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Zambia/Tanzania Railway Corridor) (No. 2) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plans

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare development plans for the areas within the borders on Plans specified in column 2 of the Schedule hereto.

 

3.   Inspection of Plan and submission of objections

Copies of the Plans specified in column 2 of the Schedule hereto may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plans may send his objection to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box RW27, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

Area 

 

Plan No. 

(1) 

 

(2) 

1. Jumeni 

 

TAZ/C/1 

2. Lushibashi 

 

TAZ/C/1 

3. Kanona 

 

TAZ/C/1 

4. Butetele 

 

TAZ/C/2 

5. Chankalamo 

 

TAZ/C/2 

6. Mulembo 

 

TAZ/C/2 

7. Kabuluma 

 

TAZ/C/2

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MUMBWA NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 18 of 1981.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mumbwa) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. MUM/13A.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. MUM/13A may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Mumbwa Rural Council, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN SIAVONGA NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Siavonga) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the red border on Plan No. SIA/119.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. SIA/119 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Siavonga Rural District Council, Siavonga, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MONGU NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 176 of 1982.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mongu) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the red border on Plan No. MONG/146.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. MONG/146 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Mongu District Council, Mongu, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN SENANGA NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 71 of 1984.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Senanga) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the blue border on Plan No. SENA/31.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. SENA/31 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Senanga District Council, Senanga, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objections to the Prime Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN MWENSE NOTICE.

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 116 of 1985.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Act (Preparation of Development Plan) (Mwense) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. TPN/MWE/F13.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. TPN/MWE/F13 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Profound House, Broadway Road, Ndola, or at the office of the Mwense District Council, Mwense, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this notice, any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objection to the Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN NCHELENGE NOTICE

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 123 of 1985.

 

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Nchelenge) Notice.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. NCHE/10.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. NCHE/10 may be inspected at the office of the Northern Planning Authority, Profund House, Broadway Road, Ndola, or at the office of the Nchelenge District Council, Nchelenge, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Notice, any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objections to the Minister, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN KAOMA ORDER

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare development plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

[Order by the Minister]

SI 130 of 1986.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation of Development Plan) (Kaoma) Order.

 

2.   Order to prepare development plan

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the green border on Plan No. T. 38/1.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

A copy of Plan No. T. 38/1 may be inspected at the office of the Southern Planning Authority, Government Road, Lusaka, or at the office of the Kaoma District Council, Kaoma, during normal working hours on any day not later than twenty-one days after the publication of this Order, and any interested person who objects to the preparation of the development plan may send his objections to the Minister of Decentralisation, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (PLANNING AUTHORITY PROCEDURE) REGULATIONS

[Section 5]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Meetings

   5.   Quorum

   6.   Chairman

   7.   Voting

   8.   Attendance by the public

   9.   Committee

   10.   Pecuniary interest of Chairman and members in matters coming before the meeting

   11.   Persons to be authorized

   12.   Minutes of meetings

   13.   Authentication of documents

   14.   Minutes

[Regulations by the Minister]

GN 418 of 1963,

SI 29 of 1991.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Planning Authority Procedure) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to all planning authorities appointed under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 5 of the Act.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“appointed person” means the Chairman, members and alternate members of the authority;

“authority” means a planning authority appointed under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 5 of the Act;

“Chairman” means the person appointed to be Chairman of the planning authority, and shall include the appointed person elected to preside at a meeting in his absence;

“executive officer” means the executive officer and secretary of an authority.

 

4.   Meetings

   (1) An authority shall meet as often as occasion may require but at intervals of not more than three months.

   (2) The Chairman shall convene a meeting of an authority on request by the Minister or person authorised to act on his behalf.

 

5.   Quorum

Three appointed persons shall form a quorum of a meeting of an authority:

Provided that, in the case of the Copperbelt Planning Authority, four appointed persons shall be required to form a quorum.

[Am by SI 29 of 1991.]

 

6.   Chairman

The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of an authority. In the absence of the Chairman from a meeting at any time, the appointed persons present at that meeting shall elect one of their number to preside thereat.

 

7.   Voting

   (1) All matters coming or arising before a meeting of an authority shall be decided by a majority of the appointed persons present and voting at the meeting.

   (2) The Chairman shall have a deliberative vote, and in addition, in the event of an equality of votes, a casting vote.

 

8.   Attendance by the public

The public may attend meetings of an authority, but no person may be heard or otherwise take part in any proceedings save by invitation of the authority.

 

9.   Committee

An authority may at any time resolve into committee, whereupon the public shall withdraw and the proceedings and records of any matter thereof shall be confidential to the authority and such other persons as the Minister may decide from time to time.

 

10.   Pecuniary interest of Chairman and members in matters coming before the meeting

   (1) No appointed person shall vote upon or take part in any discussion at a meeting of an authority of any matter in which he has a direct or indirect financial interest, save that he may provide information on the matter by specific invitation of the other appointed persons.

   (2) Any appointed person having such an interest as aforesaid shall declare the same to the authority as soon as the discussion starts and shall thereupon retire and remain absent from the meeting while the matter is under discussion unless he is invited to provide information.

   (3) Any invitation to give information or any declaration of interest and retirement shall be recorded in the minutes.

   (4) The provisions of this regulation shall not apply to such person or persons who may be appointed to the Copperbelt Planning Authority by virtue of their employment with the Roan Selection Trust Limited and any of its subsidiary Mining Companies or the Anglo American Corporation Limited or any of its subsidiary Mining Companies in respect of any matters concerning any of the aforesaid companies.

 

11.   Persons to be authorized

An authority may authorise an appointed person or its executive officer or any other person authorised so to do to undertake matters on its behalf.

 

12.   Minutes of meetings

Minutes of the proceedings of every meeting of an authority shall be regularly entered in a book to be kept for that purpose and shall be signed by the Chairman at the subsequent meeting.

 

13.   Authentication of documents

Every notice, plan or other document requiring authentication by an authority shall be sufficiently authenticated if signed by the person authorised so to do by a resolution of that authority.

 

14.   Minutes

Copies of all agendas and minutes of an authority shall be transmitted within one month of the meeting to the Minister and to any local or township authority concerned.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING FEES AND ALLOWANCES REGULATIONS

[Section 9]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Fees

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Allowances

   5.   Non-application of regulation 3

[Regulations by the Minister]

Act 13 of 1993,

GN 51 of 1963,

SI 65 of 1965.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Fees and Allowances) Regulations.

 

2.   Fees

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“adviser” means a person appointed by the President of the Tribunal, with the consent of the Minister, to advise the Tribunal on matters involving professional or special considerations.

 

3.   Interpretation

   (1) Any member of the Tribunal who is a Chartered Planner of the Town Planning Institute of the United Kingdom or who holds a similar qualification which has been approved by the Minister shall, for each hour when he is engaged in discharging his duties as a member of the Tribunal, receive a fee of 1 fee unit subject to a maximum fee of 47 fee units respect of any one day. The President, the Vice-President and any other member of the Tribunal shall, in respect of any period when they are discharging their duties as members of the Tribunal, be entitled to such fees as are in accordance with the amounts laid down from time to time by Government direction.

   (2) Any adviser shall, for each hour when he is engaged in so advising, receive a fee of 1 fee unit subject to a maximum in any one day of 47 fee units.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965; Act 13 of 1993.]

 

4.   Allowances

The President, the Vice-President, members of the Tribunal and any adviser shall be paid such sum in respect of expenses incurred by them in travelling and subsistence when discharging their duties as is in accordance with the amounts laid down from time to time by Government direction.

 

5.   Non-application of regulation 3

Regulation 3 shall not apply to any person who being President, Vice-President, a member of the Tribunal or an adviser is an officer of the public service.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING APPEALS REGULATIONS

[Section 14]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Notice of appeal and appellant’s case

   5.   Appeal not entertained

   6.   Publication of advertisement calling for objections

   7.   Objector’s case

   8.   Respondent’s case

   9.   Place and date of hearing

   10.   Hearing on written statements

   11.   Hearing of appeal in public

   12.   Inspection of site

   13.   Adjournment of appeal

   14.   Determination of appeal

   15.   Notification of decision

   16.   Service of notice on Tribunal

   17.   Costs and charges

   18.   Applications

      SCHEDULE

GN 50 of 1963.

[Regulations by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Appeals) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to all appeals to the Tribunal made under the provisions of sections 11, 29 and 31 of the Act.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“appellant” means any applicant or person or any local or township authority who appeals to the Tribunal;

“interested party” means the appellant, respondent or any objector;

“objector” means any person, other than an appellant or a respondent, who wishes to exercise his right to be heard in any appeal under the provisions of section 11(1)(a) of the Act;

“President” means the President of the Tribunal appointed under the provisions of section 7(1) of the Act;

“respondent” means the Minister or planning authority against whose decision, enforcement notice or order an appeal is made to the Tribunal;

“secretary” means the secretary to the Tribunal appointed under the provisions of section 7(5) of the Act;

“Vice-President” means the Vice-President of the Tribunal appointed under the provisions of section 8(1) of the Act.

 

4.   Notice of appeal and appellant’s case

   (1) Every appeal to the Tribunal shall be instituted by serving on the secretary a written notice of appeal in quadruplicate signed by the appellant or his legal representative. Such notice of appeal shall include the residential or business and postal address of the appellant at which notices may be served.

   (2) When an appellant gives notice of appeal, he shall at the same time lodge with the secretary a statement in writing (hereinafter called the “appellant’s case”) in quadruplicate, setting forth the grounds of his appeal and all the facts which he considers material and relevant thereto and his contentions in law based thereon.

   (3) Upon serving notice of appeal on the secretary, the appellant shall forthwith serve a copy of such notice and of the appellant’s case upon the respondent.

 

5.   Appeal not entertained

Where an appeal has been made under the provisions of section 29 of the Act and it appears to the President or the Vice-President that permission for the development or subdivision could not have been granted otherwise than subject to the conditions imposed having regard to the provisions of section 25 of the Act and of the appropriate development order and to any directions given under that order, he shall by notice served on the appellant and respondent give the reasons for his decision.

 

6.   Publication of advertisement calling for objections

As soon as possible after the receipt of the notice of appeal, the President or the vice- President shall cause to be published in a newspaper circulating in the area where the premises at which the subject of the appeal are situated an advertisement in the form set out in Part I of the Schedule calling upon any objector to serve on the secretary, within twenty-eight days of the date of publication of the advertisement, written notice of his intention to be heard on the hearing of the appeal therein referred to.

 

7.   Objector’s case

   (1) Every notice of intention to be heard shall be in quadruplicate and shall contain, in addition to the residential or business and postal address of the objector at which notices may be served, a statement (hereinafter called the “objector’s case”) setting forth the grounds of the objector for wishing to be heard and all the facts which he considers material and relevant thereto and his contentions in law based thereon.

   (2) Upon serving notice of intention to be heard on the secretary, the objector shall forthwith serve a copy of such notice upon the appellant and upon the respondent.

 

8.   Respondent’s case

   (1) Within fourteen days from the date of receipt of the copy of the appellant’s case, or such longer period as the President or the Vice-President in writing may agree, the respondent shall lodge with the secretary a statement in writing (hereinafter called the “respondent’s case”) in quadruplicate setting forth—

      (a)   the reasons for the decision appealed against;

      (b)   which of the allegations in the appellant’s case he admits as correct and which he denies;

      (c)   all other facts which he considers relevant and material to the determination of the appeal; and

      (d)   his contentions in law.

   (2) Upon lodging the respondent’ case with the secretary, the respondent shall forthwith serve a copy thereof on the appellant.

   (3) As soon as possible after the receipt of the respondent’s case, the secretary shall serve notice on every objector informing him that he may during normal office hours at the office of the secretary inspect and take copies of the notice of appeal, the appellant’ case and the respondent’s case.

 

9.   Place and date of hearing

The secretary shall, when the President or the Vice-President has appointed the place and date of hearing of an appeal, cause notice thereof to be served on the appellant, the respondent and all objectors, if any, and shall forthwith cause an advertisement thereof in the form set out in Part II of the Schedule to be published in a newspaper circulating in the area where the premises which are the subject of the appeal are situated.

 

10.   Hearing on written statements

   (1) The appellant may, not less than seven days before the date appointed for the hearing of the appeal, serve on the secretary a written notice signed by himself, the respondent and all objectors, if any, requesting that the appeal be heard without appearances by the parties thereto on the notice of appeal, the appellant’s case, the respondent’s case and the objector’s case.

   (2) If the President or the Vice-President considers that such request is reasonable, the appeal may be determined on such notice of appeal, the appellant’s case, the respondent’s case and the objector’s case or the Tribunal may, before determining the matter under appeal, require any interested party to submit within a time to be specified by the Tribunal any further information it may consider necessary.

   (3) Where any interested party without reasonable cause fails to submit within the time specified the further information required under the provisions of sub-regulation (2), the Tribunal may proceed to determine the matter of the appeal on such evidence as is before it.

   (4) Regulations 11, 12(1), 13 and 18 shall not apply to an appeal heard under the provisions of this regulation.

 

11.   Hearing of appeal in public

   (1) The Tribunal shall afford the appellant, the respondent and any objector or their legal representatives a full opportunity of being heard and of calling such evidence and producing such documents at the hearing of the appeal as may be deemed relevant and material.

   (2) The provisions of rule 9 of Order V of the High Court Rules shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the hearing of any appeal to the Tribunal.

   (3) Where an appellant or an objector is not legally represented and the Tribunal considers that he is unable to do his case justice, it shall assist him to represent adequately his case by asking questions of any of the interested parties or by asking any witnesses such questions as it may deem necessary.

   (4) In the absence of any or all of the interested parties or their legal representatives, the Tribunal may nevertheless proceed to determine the appeal on such evidence as is available to it.

 

12.   Inspection of site

   (1) The Tribunal may, either at the request of any interested party or of its own volition, inspect the site to which the appeal relates.

   (2) The President or the Vice-President at his discretion may request the Minister to appoint such a person as he considers suitable to inspect and report on the site to which the appeal relates and the adjacent area not less than fourteen days before the appeal is heard, and such report shall, if the appeal is heard in public, form part of the record of the proceedings, and any interested party shall be entitled to comment thereon, and for this purpose the secretary shall by notice served submit a copy of such report to all the interested parties not less than seven days before the appeal is heard.

 

13.   Adjournment of appeal

If for any reason it appears desirable to the Tribunal to adjourn an appeal or application, it shall have full power to do so upon such terms and for such time as seems fit.

 

14.   Determination of appeal

The determination of every appeal shall be pronounced either immediately after the termination of the hearing or as soon as is reasonably practicable thereafter at some subsequent date.

 

15.   Notification of decision

   (1) A decision of or an order made by the Tribunal shall contain reasons for its decision and for any conditions included therein, and a copy thereof shall be sent by registered post to the appellant and the respondent and to every objector as soon as possible thereafter.

   (2) Any decision of or order made by the Tribunal shall, on the copy sent to the appellant, include a statement to the effect that the appellant, if dissatisfied with the decision of the Tribunal, may, within twenty-eight days of such decision, appeal to the High Court against such decision.

 

16.   Service of notice on Tribunal

A notice shall be sufficiently served on the Tribunal if it is served on the secretary at the official address of the Tribunal.

 

17.   Costs and charges

Any costs and charges imposed by the Tribunal may be recovered by civil action.

 

18.   Applications

   (1) All applications, including applications for an extension of time within which to appeal, shall be made to the Tribunal by notice and, upon serving such notice upon the Tribunal, the applicant shall serve a copy of such notice upon the respondent.

   (2) The notice shall state shortly the reasons upon which the application is based and shall contain the residential or business and postal address of the applicant and the respondent.

   (3) The secretary shall notify the applicant and the respondent of the date of hearing of the application. The applicant and the respondent shall be entitled to appear and be heard on such hearing.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 6]

PRESCRIBED FORMS

PART I

FORM OF ADVERTISEMENT OF PUBLIC INQUIRY THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT HEARING IN PUBLIC OF AN APPEAL

...................................................................................... Development Plan

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT.............................................................................................................. of ..................................................................................................................... is appealing to the Town and Country Planning Tribunal against the refusal/conditions of approval\approval of the*..................................................... Planning Authority/Minister of Provincial and Local Government in respect of (describe application for planning permission) at (address of land to which appeal relates).

Any person whose interest in any land may be affected by the decision of the Tribunal has the right to appear and be heard at this hearing and any person so wishing to appear and be heard shall within twenty-eight days from the date of publication of this notice serve notice in writing on the Tribunal of his intention to appear and be heard and such notice shall include written grounds in quadruplicate for wishing to be heard. At the same time as such person serves notice on the Tribunal he shall serve a similar notice on the appellant and the*................................................................Planning Authority/Minister of Provincial and Local Government, P.O. Box.....................................................and such notice shall include a copy of his grounds for wishing to be heard.

Any other person who so wishes may attend the hearing but shall not be heard. Notices and other documents may be served on the above-named appellant at the

following address..................................................................................

(Signed).................................................................................

Secretary,

Town and Country Planning Tribunal,

P.O. Box RW.27, Lusaka.

*Where necessary insert the Natural Resources Board.

PART II

[Regulation 9]

FORM OF ADVERTISEMENT OF PUBLIC INQUIRY

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

HEARING IN PUBLIC OF AN APPEAL

..........................................................................Development Plan

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the appeal by ........................................................................................................................ of..................................................................against the decision of the* ................................................................................. Planning Authority/Minister of Provincial and Local Government in respect of his application for permission to develop/subdivide land situated at.......................................................................................................................................................................... will be heard in public at............................................................................a/p.m. on.......................................... the .............................. day of........................................................19............ at......................................................................................................................

Any person who has previously submitted representations or objections to the Tribunal in respect of this appeal has the right to appear and be heard.

Any other person may attend this hearing but shall not be heard.

(Signed).........................................................................

Secretary,

Town and Country Planning Tribunal,

P.O. Box RW.27, Lusaka.

*Where necessary insert the Natural Resources Board.

PREPARATION OF DEVELOPMENT PLANS

[Section 15]

GN 274 of 1963,

GN 45 of 1964.

[Orders by the Minister]

The City of Lusaka Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of each of the following areas—

      (a)   City of Lusaka Development Plan No. 2. The area at Chunga within the boundary shown on Plan No. TP.140/32.

      (b)   City of Lusaka Development Plan No. 3. The area East of and including the Kafue Road and within the boundary shown on Plan No. TP.140/33.

      (c)   Lusaka Development Plan No. 4. The two areas at Hands worth Park within the boundaries shown on Plan No. TP.140338.

The City of Lusaka Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare the Lusaka Rural Development Plan in respect of the area contained within the inner edges of the boundary lines edged blue on Plan No. LUS-313.

SI 299 of 1965.

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for Chelston and any extension thereof.

SI 69 of 1965.

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of Kabulonga.

GN 175 of 1964.

The Southern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. JAM/134.

SI 120 of 1972

The Kabwe Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare the Kabwe (Amending) Development Plan in respect of the area contained within the inner edges of the boundary line edged blue on Plan No. KA-7.

GN 296 of 1962,

GN 322 of 1963,

SI 65 of 1965,

SI 279 of 1968.

The Copperbelt Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the Copperbelt Province but excluding all Trust Land and Reserves and all mine townships therein and excluding the City of Kitwe, the City of Ndola, Chingola Municipality, Luanshya Municipality and Mulfulira Municipality, and the said development plan shall be submitted for approval within a period of three years from the 14th December, 1962:

Provided that this Order shall not apply to any area for which any other Order to prepare a development plan is made under the provisions of section 15 of the Act.

The City of Kitwe Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the areas contained within the inner edges of the boundary lines coloured red on Plan No. TP/203/10.

SI 321 of 1967.

The City of Ndola Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of all extensions to the City of Ndola.

SI 150 of 1967.

The City of Ndola Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the area contained within the City boundaries.

SI 32 of 1969.

The Chingola Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the following area:

GN 377 of 1963.

Chingola Development Plan No. 2.

The area within the boundary shown on Plan No. TP/INT/1963.

The Livingstone Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan for the area within the border edged blue on Plan No. LIV/177.

SI 256 of 1972.

The Luanshya Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the following area:

GN 107 of 1964.

Luanshya Development Plan No. 3

The area within the boundary shown edged blue on Plan No. W/LUA/C/4.

The Mufulira Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of the following area:

GN 207 of 1963.

Mufulira Development Plan No. 2.

The areas “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F”, “G”, “H”, “J”, “K”, “L”, “M”, and “N” within the boundaries shown on Plan No. IC/22.

The Western Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare development plans in respect of all townships in the Copperbelt Province for which a township council has been appointed under section 7 of the Local Government Act and any extensions of such townships.

GN 106 of 1964.

The Northern Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a development plan in respect of each of the following:

      *(a)   Samfya

      *(b)   Kabompo

*A description of the area of these former townships is contained in the Declaration of Townships made under section 3 of the Townships Act, Chapter 120 of the 1963 Edition of the Laws.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DEVELOPMENT ORDER

[Section 23]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Grant of permission

   5.   Permitted development

   6.   Directions restricting permitted development

   7.   Application for determination whether permission is required

   8.   Application for grant of permission

   9.   Consultations

   10.   Reference of applications to the Minister

   11.   Notification to applicants

   12.   Register of applications

   13.   Index to register

   14.   Entry in register

   15.   Inspection of register

   16.   Notices

      SCHEDULE

[Order by the Minister]

GN 348 of 1962,

GN 98 of 1964,

SI 65 of 1965,

SI 337 of 1969.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Development Order.

 

2.   Application

This Order shall apply to all land—

      (a)   in any area in respect of which there is an Order, made under the provisions of the Act, to prepare a development plan; and

      (b)   in any area subject to an approved development plan; and

      (c)   in such areas as are within a distance of twenty miles of the boundaries of any area mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b); and

      (d)   in such other areas as may be specified by the Minister by statutory notice.

 

3.   Interpretation

In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires—

“planning authority” means a planning authority to which functions have been delegated under the provisions of section 24 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Grant of permission

As from the appointed day all development in the areas to which this Order applies shall require the grant of permission for the purposes of Part V of the Act.

 

5.   Permitted development

   (1) Subject to the provisions of this Order, development of any class specified in the Schedule is permitted by this Order and may be undertaken upon land to which this Order applies without the permission of the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be:

Provided that the permission granted by this Order in respect of any such class of development shall be subject to any condition or limitation imposed in the Schedule in relation to that class.

   (2) Nothing in this paragraph or in the Schedule shall be deemed to permit any development which is not in accordance with any condition imposed when permission is granted or deemed to be granted under Part V of the Act otherwise than by this Order.

 

6.   Directions restricting permitted development

   (1) If the Minister is satisfied that it is expedient that development of any of the classes specified in the Schedule should not be carried out in any particular area, or that any particular development of any of the said classes should not be carried out, unless permission is granted on an application in that behalf, the Minister may direct that the permission granted by paragraph 5 shall not apply to—

      (a)   all or any development of all or any of the said classes in any particular area specified in the direction; or

      (b)   any particular development, specified in the direction, falling within any of the said classes.

   (2) Notice of any direction specifying any particular area under paragraph (a) of sub-paragraph (1) shall be given by public notice by the Minister, and such notice shall contain a concise statement of the effect of the direction and name a place or places where a copy thereof and a map defining the area to which it relates may be seen at all normal hours of official business; and any such direction shall come into force on the date on which notice thereof is first published.

   (3) Notice of any direction specifying any particular development under paragraph (b) of sub- paragraph (1) shall be served by the planning authority on the owner of the land affected, and any such direction shall come into force on the date on which notice thereof is served on the owner.

   (4) No direction given or having effect under this paragraph shall have effect in relation to the carrying out in case of emergency of any development specified in the Schedule or, unless such direction specifically so provides, to the carrying out by statutory undertakers of the following operations—

      (a)   maintenance of bridges, buildings and railway stations;

      (b)   alteration and maintenance of railway track, and provision and maintenance of track equipment, including signal boxes, signalling apparatus and other appliances and works required in connection with the movement of traffic by rail;

      (c)   maintenance of harbours, quays, wharves and canals;

      (d)   provision and maintenance of mechanical apparatus or appliances required for the purposes of shipping or in connection with the embarking, disembarking, loading, discharging or transport of passengers, livestock or goods at a harbour, quay or wharf;

      (e)   any development required in connection with the improvement and maintenance or repair of water courses or drainage works, or sewers or sewage disposal works.

 

7.   Application for determination whether permission is required

If any person who proposes to carry out any operations on land or make any change in the use of land or buildings wishes to have it determined whether the carrying out of those operations or the making of that change in the use of the land or buildings would constitute or involve development within the meaning of the Act and, if so, whether an application for permission in respect thereof is required under the Act having regard to this Order, he may apply to the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, to determine that question.

 

8.   Application for grant of permission

   (1) An application to the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, for any permission or decision required under this Order shall, unless otherwise provided in this Order, be made in accordance with the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (Application for Planning Permission) Regulations.

   (2) Where an applicant so desires, an application, hereinafter called an application in principle, may be made under sub-paragraph (1) for permission for the use of any building or land or for the erection of any building, and any approval thereof shall be subject to the subsequent approval of the Minister or planning authority with respect to any matter relating to the sitting, design or external appearance of the building, or the means of access thereto, in which case particulars and plans in regard to these matters shall not be required and permission may be granted subject as aforesaid (with or without other conditions) or refused:

Provided that—

      (i)   where such permission is granted, it shall be expressed to be granted under this sub- paragraph on an application in principle and the approval of the Minister or planning authority shall be required with respect to the matters reserved in the permission before any development is commenced;

      (ii)   where the Minister or planning authority is of the opinion that in the circumstances of the case the application for permission ought not to be considered separately from the sitting, design or external appearance of the building, or the means of access thereto, he or it shall, within forty-two days from the receipt of the application in principle, serve notice on the applicant that he or it is unable to entertain such application, specifying the matters as to which he or it requires further information for the purpose of arriving at a decision in respect of the proposed development, and the applicant may either furnish the information so required (in which event the application shall be treated as if it had been received on the date when such information was furnished and had included such information) or appeal to the Tribunal within twenty-eight days of receiving such notice, or such longer period as the Tribunal in writing may agree, as if the application in principle had been refused by the Minister or planning authority.

   (3) On receipt of an application under this paragraph or under paragraph 7, the Minister or planning authority shall send to the applicant an acknowledgment in writing thereof, which acknowledgment shall not be deemed to be a notice or document for the purposes of paragraph 16.

 

9.   Consultations

   (1) Before granting permission for development in either of the following cases, whether unconditionally or subject to conditions, the Minister or planning authority shall consult with the following authorities—

      (a)   where it appears to the Minister or planning authority that the development is likely to affect adversely any land in the area of any local or township authority, with such authority;

      (b)   where it appears to the Minister or planning authority that the development is likely to create or attract traffic which will result in a material increase in the volume of traffic entering or leaving a main road or using a level crossing over a railway, with the appropriate highway or railway authority.

   (2) The Minister or planning authority shall give not less than fourteen days’ notice to the authority required to be consulted that such an application is to be taken into consideration, and shall not determine the application until after the expiration of the period mentioned in such notice and shall, in deciding the application, take into account any representations or objections received from such authority.

 

10.   Reference of applications to the Minister

On referring any application to the Minister pursuant to a direction in that behalf under the provisions of section 26 of the Act, a planning authority shall, within seven days of the receipt of the direction, serve on the applicant notice of the terms of the direction and of any reasons given by the Minister for issuing the direction, and such notice shall inform the applicant that the application has been referred to the Minister who shall, if the applicant so desires, afford him or his representative an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by a person appointed by the Minister for that purpose.

 

11.   Notification to applicants

   (1) The Minister or planning authority shall in every case serve notice on the applicant of his or its decision.

   (2) The period within which the Minister or planning authority shall serve notice on the applicant shall be ninety days from the date of receipt of the application or such extended period as may be agreed in writing by the applicant.

   (3) Every such notice shall be in writing, and in the case of an application for permission or approval where the Minister or planning authority decides to grant such permission or approval subject to conditions or to refuse it, or in the case of an application for determination under paragraph 7 (whether forming part of an application for permission or approval or not) where the Minister or planning authority determines that the carrying out of the proposals therein would constitute or involve development, he or it shall state the reasons therefor in such notice.

 

12.   Register of applications

The Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, shall keep a separate register containing the following information in respect of all applications for permission to develop with which he or it is concerned, namely—

      (a)   particulars of any application for permission to develop made to him or it in respect of any land, including the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property, and the road, district and town in which it is situate, the name and address of the applicant, the registered number and date of receipt of the application, and brief particulars of the development forming the subject of the application;

      (b)   particulars of any direction given under the Act or this Order in respect of the application;

      (c)   the decision of the Minister or planning authority in respect of the application and the date of such decision;

      (d)   the date and effect of any decision of the Minister in respect of any application referred to him under section 26 of the Act;

      (e)   the date and effect of any determination or order of the Tribunal in respect of an appeal against a decision on the application;

      (f)   the date and effect of any decision of the High Court in respect of an appeal against the determination of the Tribunal.

 

13.   Index to register

Every register shall contain an index in the form of cards, each card to contain the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property which is the subject of the application and the road, district and town in which it is situate, the name and address of the applicant and the registered number of the application and to be filed by townships in numerical sequence according to the stand or plot number and by lots or farms in numerical sequence according to the lot or farm number.

 

14.   Entry in register

Every entry in the register shall be made within seven days of the happening of the event in respect of which an entry is required to be made.

 

15.   Inspection of register

The register shall be kept at the offices of the Minister or the planning authority, as the case may be, and made available for inspection by the public during normal hours of official business.

 

16.   Notices

Any notice or other document to be served or given under this Order shall be served or given in accordance with the provisions of section 50 of the Act:

Provided that any notice of an unconditional grant of planning permission which is to be served under paragraph 11 may be served in accordance with the provisions of section 50 of the Act as though the word “registered” were deleted from the said section.

[Am by GN 98 of 1964.]

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 5]

PART I
CLASSES OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITTED SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS

The following development is permitted under paragraph 5 subject to the conditions set out opposite the description of that development in Column (2).

The references in that column except where otherwise mentioned are to the standard conditions as numbered and set out in Part II.

Column (1) 

Column (2) 

Description of Development 

ConditionsClass I - Development within the cartilage of a dwelling-house1. The height of such buildings shall not exceed the height of the regional dwelling-houseThe enlargement, improvement or other alteration of a dwelling-house materially affecting the external appearance of the building so long as the cubic content of the original dwelling-house (as ascertained by external measurement) is not exceeded by more than 1,750 cubic feet or one-tenth whichever is the greater subject to a maximum of 4,000 cubic feet.2. Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3Class II - Sundry minor operations 1. The erection or construction of gates, fences, walls or other means of enclosure not being within the curtilage of a dwelling- house not exceeding seven feet in height and the maintenance, improvement or other alteration of such gates, fences, walls or other means of enclosure, except on land at the junction of two roads in front of a line joining a point on the boundary of each road reserve at a distance of thirty feet from the intersection of such road reserves, extended if necessary.Standard conditions Nos. 1 and 2.2. The painting of the exterior of any building or work otherwise than for the purpose of advertisement. Class III - Changes of use Development consisting of a change of use to—

      (a)   as a light industrial building as defined by the Town and Country Planning (Use Groups) Regulations from use as a general industrial building as so defined;

      (b)   use as any type of shop except—

      (i)   a drive-in shop;

      (ii)   a fried fish shop;

      (iii)   a butcher’s shop;

      (iv)   a shop for the sale of pet animals or birds;

      (v)   a shop for the sale of motor vehicles;from use as any type of shop except a drive-in shop. Class IV - Temporary buildings and uses The use of land (other than a building or the curtilage of a building) for any purpose for not more than twenty-eight days in total in any calendar year, and the erection or placing of movable structures on the land for the purposes of that use.Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3.Class V - Development for industrial purposes The deposit by an industrial undertaker of waste material or refuse resulting from an industrial process on any land comprised in a site which was used for such deposit, otherwise than in contravention of previous planning control, on the appointed day.Standard conditions Nos. 1 and 2.Class VI - Repairs to roads and ways The carrying out of works required for maintenance or improvement of roads or ways not under the control of a highway authority being works carried out on land within the existing limits of such roads or ways.Standard conditions Nos. 1 and 2.Class VII - Rebuilding of existing buildings, works and plant The rebuilding, restoration or replacement of buildings, works or plant which were in existence on the appointed day1. The cubic content of the original building or of the works or plant shall not be increased by more than ten per centum.2. There shall be no material alteration from the external appearance, as on the appointed day, except with the approval of the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be.3. Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3.Class VIII - Development by local or township authorities 1. The erection or construction and the maintenance, improvement or other alteration by a local or township authority of—

      (a)   such ancillary buildings, worksand equipment as are required on land belonging to or maintained by them for the purposes of any related and appropriate functions exercised by them on that land;Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3. 

      (b)   lamp standards, fire alarms, public drinking fountains, street nameplates, refuse bins or baskets, information kiosks, passenger shelters, public shelters and seats, barriers for the control of persons who are waiting to enter public vehicles and such other similar structures or works as may be required in connection with the operation of any public service.Standard condition No. 2.2. The deposit by a local or township authority of waste material or refuse on any land comprised in a site which was used for that purpose, otherwise than in contravention of a planning permission, on the appointed day.Standard conditions Nos. 1 and 2.Class IX - Development of site and service schemes The erection of buildings and the use of land for any purposes for which the erection of such buildings or the use of such land is in accordance with a layout approved by the planning authority as a site and service scheme.Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

[Am by GN 98 of 1964; SI 337 of 1969.]

PART II
STANDARD CONDITIONS

1. This permission shall not authorise any development which involves the formation, laying out, or material widening of a means of access to a main or district road as defined in the Roads and Road Traffic Act.

2. No development shall be carried out which creates an obstruction to the view of persons using any road used by vehicular traffic at or near any bend, corner, junction or intersection of any roads so as to be likely to cause danger to such persons.

3. No part of any building shall project beyond any building line laid down for the holding or stand.

PART III

This Part shall apply only to areas for which a council has been appointed pursuant to section 3 of the Local Government Act.

Column (1) 

Column (2) 

Description of Development 

ConditionsClass X - Conforming development Where a layout or sub-divisional plan has been lawfully approved and any conditions contained in such approval have been fulfilled, the erection in any use zone of buildings or the use of land for any purpose for which the permission of the planning authority is not normally required by the approved written document.1. In residential use zones for the erection of dwelling-houses only, the approved subdivision of plot or stand shall not be greater than one and one-quarter acres in extent. 2. The Minister is satisfied that adequate provision for parking, loading and unloading of vehicles in the case of industrial and commercial buildings or uses has been made. 3. The approval of the Minister to the external design appearance and materials in the case of commercial buildings and uses has been obtained. 4. If the development is likely to affect adversely any land in the area of any local or other township authority or is likely to create or attract traffic which will result in a material increase in the volume of traffic entering or leaving a main road or using a level crossing over a railway, the provisions of paragraph 9 shall first be complied with. 5. For the purpose of the Town and Country Planning (Appeals) Regulations, any development permitted under this Class shall be treated as though it had been approved by the planning authority, and the date of receipt or issue of any building permit given under any building by- laws or the Public Health (Building) Regulations or in the case of a use of land the date on which it was first so used shall be regarded as the date of making a decision. 6. Standard conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

[Am by GN 98 of 1964.]

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING SUBDIVISION ORDER

[Section 23]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Grant of permission

   5.   Application for grant of permission

   6.   Consultations

   7.   Reference of applications to the Minister

   8.   Notification to applicants

   9.   Register of applications

   10.   Index to register

   11.   Entry in register

   12.   Inspection of register

   13.   Notices

      SCHEDULE

[Order by the Minister]

GN 349 of 1962,

GN 97 of 1964,

SI 65 of 1965.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning Subdivision Order.

 

2.   Application

This Order shall apply to all land in the Republic to which section 3 of the Act applies.

 

3.   Interpretation

In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires—

“planning authority” means a planning authority to which functions have been delegated under the provisions of section 24 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Grant of permission

As from the appointed day all subdivisions in the areas to which this Order applies shall require the grant of permission for the purposes of Part V of the Act.

 

5.   Application for grant of permission

   (1) An application to the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, for any permission required under this Order shall, unless otherwise provided in this Order, be made in accordance with the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (Application for Planning Permission) Regulations.

   (2) For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby declared that, on receipt of an application for permission to subdivide made under the provisions of section 25 of the Act, the Minister or planning authority may—

      (a)   demand further information from the applicant; or

      (b)   demand that public notice inviting objection to the application within a specified time in the form set out in the Schedule shall be given at the cost of the applicant; or

      (c)   approve the application subject to such written conditions as is deemed fit to impose in accordance with the Third Schedule to the Act, and any person developing the land pursuant to such approval shall comply with all conditions so imposed; or

      (d)   approve the application in principle and require a detailed application to be submitted in terms of sub-section (3) of section 28 of the Act; or

      (e)   reject the application and state the reasons for the rejection.

   (3) Where an applicant so desires, an application, hereinafter called an application in principle, may be made under sub-paragraph (1), and any approval thereof shall be subject to the subsequent approval of the Minister or planning authority of a detailed application.

   (4) On receipt of any application for permission to subdivide, the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, shall send to the applicant an acknowledgment thereof, which acknowledgment shall not be deemed to be a notice or document for the purposes of paragraph 13.

 

6.   Consultations

   (1) Before granting permission to subdivide in either of the following cases, whether unconditionally or subject to conditions, the Minister or planning authority shall consult with the following authorities—

      (a)   where it appears to the Minister or planning authority that any development likely to arise out of such subdivision is likely to affect adversely land in the area of any local or township authority, with that authority;

      (b)   where it appears to the Minister or planning authority that any development likely to arise out of such subdivision is likely to create or attract traffic which will result in material increase in the volume of traffic entering or leaving a main road or using a level crossing over a railway, with the appropriate highway or railway authority.

   (2) The Minister or planning authority shall give not less than fourteen days’ notice to the authority required to be consulted that such an application is to be taken into consideration and shall not determine the application until after the expiration of the period mentioned in such notice and shall, in determining the application, take into account any representations or objections received from such authority.

 

7.   Reference of applications to the Minister

On referring any application to the Minister pursuant to a direction in that behalf under the provisions of section 26 of the Act, a planning authority shall, within seven days of the receipt of the direction, serve on the applicant notice of the terms of the direction and of any reasons given by the Minister for issuing the direction, and such notice shall inform the applicant that the application has been referred to the Minister who shall, if the applicant so desires, afford him or his representative an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by a person appointed by the Minister for that purpose.

 

8.   Notification to applicants

   (1) The Minister or planning authority shall in every case serve notice on the applicant of his or its decision.

   (2) The period within which the Minister or planning authority shall serve notice on the applicant shall be ninety days from the date of receipt of the application.

   (3) Every such notice shall be in writing and, in the case of an application for permission or approval where the Minister or planning authority decides to grant such permission or approval subject to conditions or to refuse it, he or it shall state the reasons therefor in such notice.

 

9.   Register of applications

The Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, shall keep a separate register containing the following information in respect of all applications for permission to subdivide land with which he or it is concerned, namely—

      (a)   particulars of any application for permission to subdivide made to him or it in respect of any land, including the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property and the road, district and town in which it is situate, the name and address of the applicant, the registered number and date of receipt of the application, and brief particulars of the subdivision forming the subject of the application;

      (b)   particulars of any direction given under the Act or this Order in respect of the application;

      (c)   the decision of the Minister or planning authority in respect of the application and the date of such decision;

      (d)   the date and effect of any decision of the Minister in respect of any application referred to him under section 26 of the Act;

      (e)   the date and effect of any determination or order of the Tribunal in respect of an appeal against a decision on the application;

      (f)   the date and effect of any decision of the High Court in respect of an appeal against the determination of the Tribunal.

 

10.   Index to register

Every register shall contain an index in the form of cards, each card to contain the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property which is the subject of the application and the road, district and town in which it is situate, the name and address of the applicant and the registered number of the application and to be filed by townships in numerical sequence according to the stand or plot number and by lots or farms in numerical sequence according to the lot or farm number.

 

11.   Entry in register

Every entry in the register shall be made within seven days of the happening of the event in respect of which an entry is required to be made.

 

12.   Inspection of register

The register shall be kept at the offices of the Minister or the planning authority, as the case may be, and made available for inspection by the public during normal hours of official business.

 

13.   Notices

Any notice or other document to be served or given under this Order shall be served or given in accordance with the provisions of section 50 of the Act:

Provided that any notice of an unconditional grant of planning permission which is to be served under paragraph 8 may be served in accordance with the provisions of section 50 of the Act as though the word “registered” were deleted from the said section.

[Am by GN 97 of 1964]

SCHEDULE

[Form of advertisement]

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

[Section 28]

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO SUBDIVIDE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ has applied to the.....................................................................................................Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government for permission to subdivide land situated at (address of property) ...............................................................................................................................................................

A plan of the site and plans and details of the proposed subdivision is deposited at...................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................and may be inspected free of charge between the hours of ………………………………................. and ...............................................on .................................and .................................................................................................................................................................*until the ....................................................................... day of........................................................., 19......

Any person who wishes to make any representations on or objections to the proposed subdivision should serve notice of such representations or objections in writing on the ........................................................................................Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government, P.O. Box..........., ..................................................... not later than the**................................................................................... day of ..............................................., 19.......... and shall at the same time submit a copy of such representations or objections by notice served on the undersigned at the address mentioned below.

Signed........................................................................

Dated this................................................day ........................................................of ...............................................19.....

*Not less than fourteen days from the date of the first advertisement shall be allowed for the inspection of the plan.

**Not less than twenty-eight days from the date of the first advertisement shall be allowed for the submission of representations and objections.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO CITY AND MUNICIPAL COUNCILS

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 353 of 1962,

SI 83 of 1993.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the areas set out in the First Schedule to the Act are hereby delegated to the appropriate planning authorities set out in the said First Schedule, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by any of the aforementioned planning authorities in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the appropriate planning authority.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS ORDER

[Section 24]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Delegation

   3.   Revocation of GN 354 of 1962

[Order by the Minister]

SI 83 of 1993.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Delegation of Functions) Order.

 

2.   Delegation

The functions of the Minister under section 25 of the Town and Country Planning Act, in so far as these powers relate to the grant or refusal of permission to subdivide for agricultural purposes agricultural land situated outside areas subject to a development plan or approved development plan are hereby delegated to the National Environmental Council established under the Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Act, 1990 and any liability to pay compensation under the Town and Country Planning Act in respect of anything done by the National Environmental Council in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the National Environmental Council.

 

3.   Revocation of GN 354 of 1962

Government Notice 354 of 1962 is hereby revoked.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE NORTHERN PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 356 of 1962.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land, except where they are otherwise delegated, in respect of the Luapula Province, the Northern Province and the North-Western Province are hereby delegated to the Northern Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE SOUTHERN PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 357 of 1962.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land, except where they are otherwise delegated, in respect of the Southern Province, the Central Province and the Eastern Province are hereby delegated to the Southern Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CITY OF LUSAKA PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 259 of 1963.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of Hands worth Park are hereby delegated to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the City of Lusaka Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CITY OF LUSAKA PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 346 of 1965.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the planning area of the Lusaka Rural Development Plan are hereby delegated to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the City of Lusaka Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the City of Lusaka Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CITY OF KITWE PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 320 of 1967.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the planning areas shown on Plan No. TP/203/10 are hereby delegated to the City of Kitwe Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the City of Kitwe Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the City of Kitwe Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF KITWE

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 76 of 1971.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of those areas on Plan No. T76/7 which are in excess of the area described in the Schedule to the City of Kitwe (Area) Order, 1967 (Statutory Instrument No. 15 of 1967) are hereby delegated to the City Council of Kitwe, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the City Council of Kitwe in exercise of the functions delegated to it are hereby transferred to the City Council of Kitwe, and any delegation made in respect of the said area to any other planning authority prior to the date hereof is hereby revoked.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF NDOLA

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 77 of 1971.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of those areas on Plan No. T122/7 which are in excess of the area described in the Schedule to the Variation of Ndola Municipal Boundaries (Government Notice No. 468 of 1964) are hereby delegated to the City Council of Ndola, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the City Council of Ndola in exercise of the functions delegated to it are hereby transferred to the City Council of Ndola, and any delegation made in respect of the said area to any other planning authority prior to the date hereof is hereby revoked.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE CHINGOLA PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 378 of 1963.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the planning area of the Chingola Development Plan No. 2 are hereby delegated to the Chingola Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Chingola Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the Chingola Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF CHINGOLA

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 75 of 1971.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of those areas on Plan No. T95/5 which are in excess of the area described in the Schedule to the Municipality of Chingola (Area) Order, 1968 (Statutory Instrument No. 411 of 1968) are hereby delegated to the Municipal Council of Chingola, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Municipal Council of Chingola in exercise of the functions dele-gated to it are hereby transferred to the Municipal Council of Chingola, and any delegation made in respect of the said area to any other planning authority prior to the date hereof is hereby revoked.

DELEGATON OF POWERS TO THE LUANSHYA PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 108 of 1964.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the planning area of the Luanshya Development Plan No. 3 are hereby delegated to the Luanshya Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Luanshya Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the said Luanshya Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF LUANSHYA

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 74 of 1971.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of those areas on Plan No. T82/7 which are in excess of the area described in the Schedule to the Variation of Luanshya Municipal Boundaries (Government Notice No. 247 of 1964) are hereby delegated to the Municipal Council of Luanshya, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Municipal Council of Luanshya in exercise of the functions delegated to it are hereby transferred to the Municipal Council of Luanshya, and any delegation made in respect of the said area to any other planning authority prior to the date hereof is hereby revoked.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE MUFULIRA PLANNING AUTHORITY

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 323 of 1963.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of the planning area of the Mufulira Development Plan No. 2 are hereby delegated to the Mufulira Planning Authority, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Mufulira Planning Authority in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the Mufulira Planning Authority.

DELEGATION OF POWERS TO THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF MUFULIRA

[Section 24]

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 73 of 1971.

The functions of the Minister under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land in respect of those areas on Plan No. T77/11 which are in excess of the area described in the Schedule to the Municipality of Mufulira (Area) Order, 1969 (Statutory Instrument No. 144 of 1969) are hereby delegated to the Municipal Council of Mufulira, and any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by the Municipal Council of Mufulira in exercise of the functions delegated to it are hereby transferred to the Municipal Council of Mufulira, and any delegation made in respect of the said area to any other planning authority prior to the date hereof is hereby revoked.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION REGULATIONS

[Section 39]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Making of claim

   5.   Period within which claim may be made

   6.   Supporting evidence

   7.   Where planning authority is not liable for compensation

   8.   Non-agreement of compensation

      SCHEDULE

GN 362 of 1962,

SI 65 of 1965.

[Regulations by the Minister]

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Claim for Compensation) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to all claims for compensation made under the provisions of Part VI of the Act.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“claimant” means any person claiming compensation under the provisions of Part VI of the Act,

“planning authority” means a planning authority to which functions have been delegated under the provisions of section 24 of the Act, and includes in the case of subdivision for agricultural purposes of agricultural land situated outside areas subject to a development plan or approved development plan the Natural Resources Board;

“planning decision” means in the case of an application for permission made under Part V of the Act a refusal of the Minister or planning authority of that permission or a grant thereof by the Minister or planning authority subject to conditions or a notice served under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 31 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Making of claim

Any person wishing to make a claim for compensation under the provisions of Part VI of the Act shall do so on a form, issued by and obtainable from the Minister or planning authority, as set out in the Schedule.

 

5.   Period within which claim may be made

Any claimant submitting a claim for compensation under the provisions of regulation 4 shall do so within six months of the date of the planning decision to which the claim relates:

Provided that the Minister or planning authority may, in any particular case (either before, on or after the date on which the time for claiming would otherwise have expired) allow an extended or further extended period for making such claim.

 

6.   Supporting evidence

If required by the Minister or planning authority by a direction in writing—

      (a)   to provide evidence (which may include a statutory declaration) in connection with any particulars required to be supplied by the form set out in the Schedule;

      (b)   to provide further information as to his interest in the land to which the claim relates; or

      (c)   to provide further information as to the interests of any other persons;

The claimant shall furnish to the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, such evidence or information as is available to him within such period (not being less than twenty- eight days) as may be specified in the direction.

 

7.   Where planning authority is not liable for compensation

   (1) Where the Minister has not transferred under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 24 of the Act to a planning authority any liability to pay compensation under the Act in respect of anything done by that authority in the exercise of functions delegated to it under the provisions of sub-section (1) of the said section, the planning authority shall forthwith forward a claim for compensation by registered post to the Minister, together with particulars of the application for planning permission and a copy of the planning decision, or a copy of any notice served under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 31 of the Act.

   (2) If no notice of appeal has been given to the Tribunal in respect of the matter which is the subject of the claim for compensation, such planning authority shall, within twenty-eight days from the date of forwarding the claim, notify in writing the Minister as to any more favorable decision or permission for alternative development or subdivision or requirements in an order made under the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 31 of the Act which could in its opinion be given or made.

 

8.   Non-agreement of compensation

If the claimant does not accept the amount of compensation as determined by the Minister or planning authority, the amount of compensation shall be determined by the High Court and for this purpose either the claimant or the Minister or planning authority may apply to the High Court for an originating summons in accordance with the provisions of the High Court Act.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 4]

PRESCRIBED FORM

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

CLAIM FOR PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION

To the.............................................................(Insert Minister of Provincial and Local Government or the planning authority)

   P.O. Box ............................................................................

   ............................................................................................

I declare that the statements made on this form are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I hereby claim compensation to the amount set out hereunder to be due to me.

(Signed).........................................................

.........................................................

.................................................19....

.........................................................

.........................................................

If you have a professional adviser or agent to whom you wish communications regarding your claim to be sent, give his name, address and profession here.

Name.........................................................

Address......................................................

....................................................................

Profession...................................................

1.—

      (i)   Address and description of the land to which your claim relates. (You should enclose a map sufficient to identify the boundaries of the land.)

      (ii)   What is your interest in the land and when did you acquire it? (State whether freehold or leasehold and if the latter give details of the lease, period unexpired and rent payable.)

      (iii)   In which capacity do you claim (e.g. beneficial owner, trustee, mortgagee, etc.)?

2.—

      (i)   Do you know of any other person who has an interest in or rights over the land (e.g. as lessee, sole mortgagee, owner of an easement, etc.)? If so give name and address of each person and nature and date of creation of his interest or right.

      (ii)   Give details of any outgoings affecting the land, other than ordinary rates and taxes.

3.—

Give such particulars as you can (including reference number and date) of the planning decision or enforcement notice which gives rise to your claim for compensation.

4.—

      (i)   Give particulars of any development, subdivision, use or change of use since 16th November, 1962.

      (ii)   State whether planning permission was given for any of the above (give reference number and date).

      (iii)   Give details (with reference number and date) of any planning consents given under the former Act.

5. State what amount you claim as the depreciation in value of your interest in the land caused by the planning decision and state how you arrive at this figure.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION REGULATIONS

[Section 53]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Planning permission

   5.   Submission of applications

   6.   Forms and notices

   7.   Minister may require copies of decisions

      SCHEDULE

[Regulations by the Minister]

GN 360 of 1962,

GN 96 of 1964,

SI 65 of 1965,

SI 347 of 1966.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Application for Planning Permission) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to any application for permission to develop or subdivide land or for any approval or determination under a development or subdivision order.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“Order” means any order made under the provisions of section 23 of the Act;

“planning authority” means a planning authority to which functions have been delegated under the provisions of section 24 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Planning permission

   (1) All applications for planning permission shall be made on forms issued by the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, and shall include such particulars and shall be accompanied by such plans and drawings as may be required by the directions printed on the forms.

   (2) In the case of an application for determination whether any operations on land or any change in the use of any land or building would constitute or involve development of that land or building, it shall not be necessary to furnish plans and drawings, other than a plan sufficient to identify the land to which the application relates, in any case where the proposal is sufficiently described by the particulars together with that plan.

 

5.   Submission of applications

   (1) All applications for planning permission or for determination shall be submitted to the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be.

   (2) Except in the area of a city or a municipality, an application for planning permission to develop or subdivide land, or for determination whether or not development is involved, may be submitted to the planning authority through the authority having local authority jurisdiction in the area to which the application relates, and the necessary application forms may be obtained from the authority.

   (3) For the avoidance of doubt an application for permission to subdivide for agricultural purposes agricultural land situated outside areas subject to a development plan or approved development plan shall be submitted to the Natural Resources Board.

 

6.   Forms and notices

The application forms shall be in the form or substantially in the form as set out in the Schedule and any notices issued in connection with the said application forms shall be in the form as set out in the Schedule.

 

7.   Minister may require copies of decisions

The Minister may at any time require copies of all or any decisions to be submitted to him whether in respect of development or subdivision and if so required a planning authority shall comply with such requirements.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 6]

PRESCRIBED FORMS

FORM T. & C.P. 1

 

Registered number of application

D/

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO DEVELOP

[Paragraph 8]

The Town and Country Planning Development Order

To the....................................................................................................................................................

(insert name and address of the planning authority)

I/We hereby apply for permission to develop as described in this application and on the attached plans and drawings.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................

1. If an application in principle has previously been submitted state the registered number of the application.

2. State whether subdivision is involved and if so whether permission has been applied for and give registered number of the application.

3.—

      (a)   Stand, Lot or Farm No ...........................................(a)

      (b)   Road, District and Town ........................................(b)

4. Applicant’s name and address ...................................................................

5. Owner’s name and address .......................................................................

6. If applicant is not the owner, state interest in the land, e.g. lessee, prospective purchaser, etc., and whether the consent of the owner to this application has been obtained.

7. Describe briefly the proposed development including the purposes for which land and\or buildings are to be used.

8. State the purpose for which land and/or buildings are now used. If not now used, the purpose for which and date on which they were last used.

9. State whether the construction of a new or alteration of an existing means of access to or from a road is involved.

10. If the proposed development consists only of a change of use and does not involve building operations state the exact nature of such change.

11. If the site abuts on a road junction, give details and height of any proposed walls, fences, etc., fronting thereon.

12. State method of—

      (a

   .......................................................................water supply 

   (a

      (b

   .......................................................................sewage disposal 

   (b

      (c

   .......................................................................surface water disposal 

   (c

      (d

   .......................................................................refuse disposal 

   (d)

   

13. Give details of any relevant easements affecting the proposals.

14. State the—

      (a

   .......................................................................area of land affected 

   (a

      (b

   .......................................................................area of buildings 

   (b

      (c

   .......................................................................percentage of site covered— 

    

    

      (i)   .......................................................................by existing buildings 

   (i) 

    

      (ii)   .......................................................................by proposed buildings 

   (ii)

15. State the materials to be used for—

      (a

   .......................................................................external walls 

   (a

      (b

   .......................................................................roof 

   (b)

   

16. If the building is to be used for more than one purpose state the floor area and nature of each use. Ground floor First floor Second floor Third floor Fourth floor, etc.

17. If the building is to be used wholly or partly for commercial or industrial purposes state—

   (a) .......................................................................the nature of the proposed use or uses (a)
   (b) .......................................................................the provision to be made for loading and unloading of vehicles (b)
   If for industrial use—  

      (c).......................................................................the type of process to be carried on(c)   (d).......................................................................the nature and means of disposal of trade refuse or trade effluent(d)   (e).......................................................................whether it is wholesale sales on the premises(e)18. Except in the case of a dwelling-house state what facilities for parking of vehicles are to be provided.

SUBMISSION OF PLANS

1. All plans and drawings to be signed on every sheet by the applicant or his agent and to be drawn in permanent ink or reproduced in a clear and intelligible manner on suitable material, one copy to be on linen or other equally durable material.

2. This form, duly completed, and all plans and drawings to be submitted in duplicate unless otherwise directed.

PLANS AND DRAWINGS REQUIRED

Site Plan: To an appropriate scale sufficient to identify the site showing the land to which this application relates edged red and any adjoining land in the same ownership edged blue.

Block Plan: To scale of not less than one inch to fifty feet, showing—

      (a)   the boundaries of the land and any adjoining stand and any road fronting or adjoining those stands and its name and width;

      (b)   the position of any existing or proposed building on the land;

      (c)   the position of any existing or proposed boreholes, septic tanks, cesspits or cesspools, drains or sewers or other sewage disposal plant on the land;

      (d)   the position, width and gradient of any existing or proposed means of access to any road from the land;

      (e)   in the case of commercial development the height of any canopy, window head or parapet on the proposed building and on any adjoining building in relation to the pavement or road level.

Building Plans: To a scale of not less than one-eighth inch to one foot, showing—

      (a)   the plan of each floor and the proposed use of each floor;

      (b)   the elevation of all sides of the building;

      (c)   the levels of the land and the ground floor in relation to the level of any adjoining or adjacent road.

NOTES

1. This application is for permission under the Town and Country Planning Act and does not absolve the applicant from obtaining any other consent under any law, by-law, regulation, State Lease agreement, etc., that may be required.

2. The planning authority reserves the right to require any further information or additional copies of plans and drawings as it may consider necessary.

[Am by GN 96 of 1964; SI 65 of 1965.]

FORM T. & C.P. 2

Registered number of application

S/

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO SUBDIVIDE LAND

[Paragraph 5]

The Town and Country Planning Subdivision Order

To the........................................................................................................................................................

(insert name and address of the planning authority)

I/We hereby apply for permission to subdivide land as described in this application and on the attached plans and drawings.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................

1. If an application in principle has previously been submitted state the registered number of the application.

2.—

   (a) Stand, Lot or Farm No........................................................................ (a)
   (b) .......................................................................Road, District and Town (b)

3. Applicant’s name and address ……………………………………………………

4. Owner’s name and address ……………………………………………………….

5. If applicant is not the owner, state interest in land, e.g. lessee, prospective purchaser, etc., and whether the consent of the owner to this application has been obtained.

6. Describe briefly the proposed subdivision including the purposes for which land and/or buildings are to be used.

7. State the purpose for which land and/or buildings are now used. If not now used, the purpose for which and date on which they were last used.

8. State whether the construction of a new or alteration of an existing means of access to or from a road is involved.

9. State method of—

   (a) ........................................................................water supply (a)
   (b) .......................................................................sewage disposal (b)
   (c) .......................................................................surface water disposal (c)
   (d) .......................................................................refuse disposal (d)

10. Give details of any relevant easements affecting the proposals.

11. State—

   (a) ........................................................................the total area of land affected and the area and number of proposed stands for (a)
   (b) .......................................................................residential purposes (b)
   (c) .......................................................................commercial purposes (c)
   (d) .......................................................................industrial purposes (d)
   (e) ........................................................................public purposes (e)
   (f) ........................................................................any other purposes (f)

   

12. State area of smallest residential stand.

SUBMISSION OF PLANS

1. All plans and drawings to be signed on every sheet by the applicant or his agent and to be drawn in permanent ink or reproduced in a clear and intelligible manner on suitable material, one copy to be on linen or other equally durable material.

2. This form, duly completed, and all plans and drawings to be submitted in duplicate.

3. If a survey diagram is to be submitted to the Surveyor-General under section 21 of the Land Survey Act three copies of the plans should be submitted.

PLANS AND DRAWINGS REQUIRED

Site Plan: To an appropriate scale sufficient to identify the site showing the land to which this application relates edged red and any adjoining land in the same ownership edged blue.

Subdivision Plan (other than an Estate Layout): To a scale appropriate to the area of the land, showing—

      (a)   the boundaries of the land, the number and area of any existing or proposed subdivisions, and the existing and proposed use thereof;

      (b)   the position of any existing or proposed buildings on the land and of any roads, carriageways, service or sanitary lanes or roads or any footpaths adjacent to the land;

      (c)   the position, width and gradient of all existing and proposed means of access from the land to any road.

NOTE.-The Subdivision Plan may be combined with the Site Plan if the scale permits.

Estate Layout Plan as for the Subdivision Plan, with the following additional information—

      (d)   the line of any water-courses, dambos, water mains, drains, sewers, underground or overhead cables on the land;

      (e)   the proposed layout of roads within the estate including all drains, culverts and stormwater drainage;

      (f)   the proposed water reticulation, sewerage and electricity systems showing the source and method of servicing the individual stands;

      (g)   the surface contours at ten-foot vertical intervals;

      (h)   reservations for public utility services and other public purposes.

NOTES

1. This application is for permission under the Town and Country Planning Act and does not absolve the applicant from obtaining any other consent under any law, by-law, regulation, State Lease agreement, etc., that may be required.

2. The planning authority reserves the right to require any further information or additional copies of plans and drawings as he or it may consider necessary.

[Am by GN 96 of 1964; SI 65 of 1965.]

FORM T. & C.P. 3

Registered number of application S/ (for subdivision)
D/ (for development)

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION IN PRINCIPLE TO DEVELOP/SUBDIVIDE LAND

[Paragraph 8(2)]

The Town and Country Planning Development Order

[Paragraph 5(3)]

The Town and Country Planning Subdivision Order)

To the............................................................................................................................

(insert name and address of the planning authority)

I/We hereby apply for permission in principle to develop/subdivide land as described in this application and on the attached plans and drawings.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................

1.—

   (a) Stand, Lot or Farm No. of the site...................................................................... (a)
   (b) .......................................................................Road, District and Town (b)

   

2. Applicant’s name and address ……………………………………………………

3. Owner’s name and address ……………………………………………………....

4. If applicant is not the owner, state interest in the land, e.g. lessee, prospective purchaser and whether consent of owner to this application has been obtained.

5. Describe briefly but adequately the proposed development or subdivision including purposes for which land and/or buildings are to be used.

6. State the purpose for which the land and/or buildings are now used. If not now used state the purpose for which and date on which they were last used.

7. State whether the construction of a new or alteration of an existing means of access to or from a road is involved.

SUBMISSION OF PLANS

1. All plans and drawings to be signed on every sheet by the applicant or his agent and to be drawn in permanent ink or reproduced in a clear and intelligible manner on suitable material, one copy to be on linen or other equally durable material.

2. This form, duly completed, and all plans and drawings to be submitted in duplicate.

PLANS AND DRAWINGS REQUIRED

Site Plan: To an appropriate scale sufficient to identify the site showing the land to which this application relates edged red and any adjoining land in the same ownership edged blue.

The planning authority reserves the right to require any further information or additional copies of plans and drawings as he or it may consider necessary.

[Am by GN 96 of 1964.]

FORM T. & C.P. 4

Registered number of application

D/

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO DEVELOP STATE LAND

(Paragraph 8. The Town and Country Planning Development Order)

To the. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(insert name and address of the planning authority)

I/We hereby apply for permission to develop as described in this application and on the attached plans and drawings.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................

1.—

   (a) Stand, Lot or Farm No. of the site........................................................... (a)
   (b) Road, District and Town....................................................................... (b)

2. Applicant’s name and address ……………………………………………………

3. Describe briefly the proposed development including the purposes for which land and/or buildings are to be used.

4. State the purpose for which land and\or buildings are now used. If not now used, the purpose for which and date on which they were last used.

5. State whether the construction of a new or alteration of an existing means of access to or from a road is involved.

6. If the proposed development consists only of a change of use and does not involve building operations state the exact nature of such change.

7. If the site abuts on a road junction, give details and height of any proposed walls, fences, etc., fronting thereon.

8. State method of—

   (a) water supply........................................................................ (a)
   (b) sewage disposal....................................................................... (b)
   (c) surface water disposal....................................................................... (c)
   (d) refuse disposal....................................................................... (d)

9. Give details of any relevant easements affecting the proposals.

10. State the—

   (a) area of land affected........................................................................ (a)
   (b) area of buildings (proposed and existing)............................................. (b)
   (c) percentage of site covered—................................................................  
  (i)      by existing buildings (c)(i)
  (ii)      by proposed buildings.................................................................. (ii)

11. State the materials to be used for—

   (a) external walls........................................................................ (a)
   (b) roof.................................................................... (b)
12. If the building is to be used for more than one purpose state the floor area and nature of each use. Ground Floor.................................................................................First Floor......................................................................................Second Floor................................................................................Third Floor.....................................................................................Fourth Floor, etc............................................................................

13. If the building is to be used wholly or partly for commercial or industrial purposes state—

   (a) area of land affected........................................................................ (a)
   (b) the provision to be made for loading and unloading of vehicles........................... (b)
If for industrial use—  
   (c) the type of process to be carried on.....................................................................  
   (d) the nature and means of disposal of trade refuse or trade effluent.................................................. (d)
   (e) whether it is proposed to conduct retail or wholesale sales on the premises..................................... (e)

   

14. Except in the case of a dwelling-house state what facilities for parking of vehicles are to be provided.

SUBMISSION OF PLANS

1. All plans and drawings to be signed on every sheet by the applicant or his agent and to be drawn in permanent ink or reproduced in a clear and intelligible manner on suitable material, one copy to be on linen or other equally durable material.

2. This form, duly completed, and all plans and drawings to be submitted in duplicate unless otherwise directed.

PLANS AND DRAWINGS REQUIRED

Site Plan: To an appropriate scale sufficient to identify the site showing the land to which this application relates edged red and any adjoining land in the same ownership edged blue.

Block Plan: To scale of not less than one inch to fifty feet, showing—

      (a)   the boundaries of the land and any adjoining stand and any road fronting or adjoining these stands and its name and width;

      (b)   the position of any existing or proposed building on the land;

      (c)   the position of any existing or proposed boreholes, septic tanks, cesspits, or cesspools, drains or sewers or other sewage disposal plant on the land;

      (d)   the position, width and gradient of any existing or proposed means of access to any road from the land;

      (e)   in the case of commercial development the height of any canopy, window head or parapet on the proposed building and on any adjoining building in relation to the pavement or road level.

Building Plans: To a scale of not less than one-eighth inch to one foot, showing—

      (a)   the plan of each floor and the proposed use of each floor;

      (b)   the elevation of all sides of the building;

      (c)   the levels of the land and the ground floor in relation to the level of any adjoining or adjacent road.

NOTES

1. This application is for permission under the Town and Country Planning Act and does not absolve the applicant from obtaining any other consent under any law, by-law, State Lease agreement, etc., that may be required.

2. The planning authority reserves the right to require any further information or additional copies of plans and drawings as it may consider necessary.

[Am by GN 347 of 1966.]

FORM T. & C.P. 5

Registered number of application

A/

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO SUBDIVIDE AGRICULTURAL LAND FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES

[Paragraph 5]

The Town and Country Planning Subdivision Order

To The Natural Resources Board,

P.O. Box 55,

Lusaka.

I/We hereby apply for permission to subdivide land as described in this application and on the attached plans and diagrams.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................

1. If an application in principle has previously been submitted state the registered number of the application and the decision.

2. Farm number and address of the land to be subdivided in sufficient detail to enable it to be readily identified.

3. Name and postal address of applicant (IN BLOCK CAPITALS). State whether Mr., Mrs. or Miss.

4. State applicant’s interest in the land (e.g. owner, lessee, tenant, prospective purchaser, etc.)

5. If applicant is not the owner of the land state name and postal address of owner. In such case evidence of the consent of the owner to the proposed subdivision must be attached to this form.

6. State the acreage of the holding and of each proposed subdivision.

7. Describe briefly the present land use and system of farming carried out on the present holding and to be carried out on—

   (a) the remaining unit of that holding............................................................................ (a)
   (b) each proposed subdivision............................................................................ (b)

8. State what residential and/or other buildings are to be constructed on each proposed subdivision.

9. State the source of water supply for—

   (a) domestic............................................................................ (a)
  and  
   (b) agricultural purposes on each proposed subdivision.................................................... (b)

10. Give particulars of any easements, encumbrances, notarial leases or mortgage bonds affecting the holding.

11. State whether each proposed subdivision is to be by way of sale, gift, lease or mortgage.

12. Give any other information of which the applicant wishes the Natural Resources Board to be aware.

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

PLANS REQUIRED

Layout or Subdivision Plan to scale appropriate to the area of the holding to which this application relates showing—

      (a)   the farm to be subdivided in relation to adjoining farms and the farm numbers with names of owners;

      (b)   the boundaries of the farm to be subdivided and the boundaries of each proposed subdivision;

      (c)   the existing public and farm roads serving the farm;

      (d)   the location of all residential and farm buildings on the farm;

      (e)   all water supply points and weirs or streams on or ad accent to the farm;

      (f)   fence lines;

      (g)   all arable land.

NOTES

1. This application is for permission to subdivide under the Town and Country Planning Act and does not absolve the applicant from obtaining any other consent that may by law be required.

2. (1) An application in principle only subject to the subsequent approval of the Natural Resources Board to the details of the proposed uses of any subdivision before the subdivision is effected may be made in the first instance.

   (2) An applicant who wishes to submit such an application should indicate clearly the fact by adding the words “IN PRINCIPLE ONLY” at the top of this form.

3. The Natural Resources Board reserves the right to require any further information or additional copies of plans which it may consider necessary.

SUBMISSION OF PLANS

1. All plans and diagrams to be signed on every sheet by the applicant or his agent and to be drawn or reproduced in a clear and intelligible manner on suitable and durable material.

2. This form duly completed in duplicate and all plans in quadruplicate to be submitted to the Natural Resources Board.

FORM T. & C.P. 6

Registered number of application

I/

Date of receipt.........................................................................

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

APPLICATION FOR DETERMINATION WHETHER DEVELOPMENT IS INVOLVED

[Paragraph 7]

The Town and Country Planning Development Order

To the...........................................................................................(insert name and address of the Minister or planning authority).

I/We hereby apply for a determination whether the carrying out of the operations on or the making of the change in use of the land as described in this application and shown on the attached plan would constitute or involve development and, if so, whether an application for planning permission is required.

Date....................................................... Signature of Applicant or Agent............................................
  If signed by Agent state:
     Name...............................................................................
     Address...........................................................................
     Profession.......................................................................
1.   (a) Stand, Plot, Lot or Farm No............................................................................. (a)
   (b) Road, District and Town............................................................................ (b)

2. Owner’s name and address............................................................................

3. Applicant’s name and address............................................................................

4. State briefly the operations or change in use of land proposed. If more than one use, give details.

5. State the purpose for which the land and/or buildings are now used. If used for more than one purpose give details.

6. State whether the construction of a new or alteration of an existing means of access to or from a road is involved.

7. Give any other details the applicant may consider necessary.

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

NOTES

1. One copy of this form and one copy of such plans and drawings as the applicant considers necessary to be submitted.

2. The Minister or planning authority has the right to require further information or additional copies of the plans and drawings as he or it may consider necessary.

FORM T. & C.P. 7

Registered number of application

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION OR DETERMINATION

To:............................................................................

..................................................................................

..................................................................................

Your application numbered as above in respect of............................................................................situate in Road....................................was received in this office on.................................................................and you will be notified in due course of the decision of the Planning Authority.

Signed............................................................................

for.................................................................................

.....................................................................................

[Am by GN 96 of 1964.]

FORM T. & C.P. 8

Registered number of application

 

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

NOTIFICATION OF APPROVAL/REFUSAL OF PLANNING PERMISSION

To:............................................................................

..................................................................................

..................................................................................

Your application numbered as above, submitted on To:...........................................................................

for permission/permission in principle to...................................................................................................

on............................................................................situate in.....................................................................

Road............................................................................has been................................................................

on the............................................................................by the...................................................................

for the following reason\subject to the following conditions:

Date.........................................................................            Signed.................................................................

(To be printed in duplicate)

NOTES

1. In the case of subdivision approvals where the records of the sub divisional survey required by sections 10(1) and 21 of the Land Survey Act are not lodged with the Surveyor-General within the period stated in the approval, such approval shall be deemed to be cancelled.

2. If the applicant is aggrieved by the decision of the planning authority to refuse permission for the proposed development or subdivision or to grant permission subject to conditions, he may, by notice served within twenty-eight days of the receipt of this notification or such longer period as the Town and Country Planning Tribunal in writing may agree, appeal to the Tribunal in terms of section 29 of the Act.

3. The Tribunal shall not be required to entertain an appeal under the aforesaid section 29 in respect of the determination of an application for permission to develop or subdivide land if it appears to the President or the Vice-President of the Tribunal that permission or approval for that development or subdivision could not have been granted otherwise than subject to the conditions imposed, having regard to the provisions of section 25 of the Act and of the appropriate development or subdivision order and to any directions given under such order.

4. In certain circumstances a claim may be made against the Minister or planning authority for compensation or acquisition of the land affected where permission or approval is refused or granted subject to conditions. The circumstances in which such compensation is payable or acquisition of land may be required are set out in Part VI of the Act.

[Am by GN 96 of 1964.]

FORM T. & C.P. 9

Registered number of application

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

NOTIFICATION OF DETERMINATION

To:............................................................................

.................................................................................

.................................................................................

Your application numbered as above submitted on.................................................................................

..............................................................for the determination whether the operation or change in use of

land on......................................................................................................................................................

......................................................situate in...............................................Road......................................

would constitute or involve development was considered on..................................................................

It has been determined that the said operation/change in use.................................................................

..................................require an application to be submitted for planning permission in respect thereof.

Signed.............................................................

............................................................................

(To be printed in duplicate)

(No. 96 of 1964)

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DEVELOPMENT PLANS REGULATIONS

[Section 53]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

PART I
PRELIMINARY

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Scale of map

PART II
FORM AND CONTENT OF DEVELOPMENT PLANS

   5.   General description

   6.   Land utilisation map

   7.   Public utilities map

   8.   Written analysis

   9.   Basic map

   10.   Designation map

   11.   Comprehensive development map

   12.   Written statement

   13.   Written document

   14.   Titles of maps and documents

   15.   Reconciliation of maps and documents

PART III
PROCEDURE FOR THE SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OFDEVELOPMENT PLANS

   16.   Submission of development plans to Minister

   17.   Requirements in case of amendments to maps and documents

   18.   Notice of submission of development plan

   19.   Approval or rejection of development plan

   20.   Certificates

   21.   Revocation of approval development plan

   22.   Access to development plan

   23.   Publication of approved developments plan

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulations by the Minister]

GN 363 of 1962,

SI 65 of 1965,

SI 323 of 1968,

SI 336 of 1969,

SI 58 of 1976,

SI 180 of 1979.

PART I
PRELIMINARY

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Development Plans) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to all development plans submitted to the Minister under the provisions of Parts III and IV of the Act.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“planning area” means the area specified by statutory notice for which an order to prepare a development plan has been made and shall include or exclude any additions or exclusions to the area of a development plan specified by statutory notice;

“planning authority” means the local or other authority appointed by or under the provisions of section 5 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Scale of map

   (1) Every map comprised in a development plan shall include a key describing the notation used.

   (2) Except where otherwise provided, the following scales shall be used for maps comprised in a development plan—

      (a)   maps covering the planning area of any city, municipality or township, one inch to five hundred feet;

      (b)   maps covering any other planning area 1/50,000;

      (c)   Comprehensive development maps, one inch to two hundred feet.

   (3) The Minister may, in any particular case, direct or approve a scale for any map comprised in a development plan which differs from the scale prescribed for that map in this regulation.

PART II
FORM AND CONTENT OF DEVELOPMENT PLANS

 

5.   General description

   (1) Except where otherwise provided in sub-regulations (2) and (3), a development plan shall consist of a report of the survey and a basic map showing the manner in which land may be used and the stages by which any development may be carried out and such other maps and documents as may be appropriate under the succeeding provisions of these Regulations.

   (2) A proposal for modification of an approved development plan shall consist of such maps and documents as may be appropriate to the proposals and shall include a statement of the reasons for the proposal and any such map or document may be in substitution for any part of any map or document or in addition to any map or document forming part of the approved development plan.

   (3) A proposal for the revocation of an approved development plan shall include a statement of the reasons for the proposal.

 

6.   Land utilisation map

The report of survey shall include a map to be known as a land utilisation map showing the existing use of land and buildings in respect of such of the items specified in Part I of the First Schedule as may be appropriate to the area to which the particular map relates and the date on which it was prepared.

 

7.   Public utilities map

The report of survey shall include a map to be known as a public utilities map showing particulars in respect of such of the items specified in Part I of the First Schedule as may be appropriate to the area to which the particular map relates.

[Am by SI 58 of 1976.]

 

8.   Written analysis

The report of survey shall also include a document to be known as a written analysis which shall contain such of the items, in that order, specified in Part I of the First Schedule as may be appropriate to the area to which the particular document relates and may include such other information as the planning authority considers necessary to support its planning proposals.

[Am by SI 58 of 1976.]

 

9.   Basic map

   (1) The basic map shall be a map indicating the manner in which it is proposed that land may be developed during the subsequent period of thirty years in respect of such of the items specified in Part I of the First Schedule as may be appropriate to the area to which the map relates.

   (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-regulation (1), the basic map shall include reservations of land for any public purpose, whether or not it is considered that such land will be so used within the subsequent period of thirty years, in every case where the boundaries or the approximate boundaries of the reservation are known at the time of preparation of the map.

   (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-regulation (1), the basic map may include reservations of land for any public purpose where it is known that such reservation will eventually be required and the site, size or boundaries have not been decided and any such reservation shall be diagrammatic and in the form set out in Part I of the First Schedule.

   (4) Nothing in sub-regulations (2) and (3) shall in any way detract from the rights of any owner of land under the provisions of section 41 of the Act.

   (5) The basic map shall also show the stages by which development may be carried out by classifying that development which may be likely to be carried out within a period of five years immediately following the submission of the development plan to the Minister for immediate use and that development which may be likely to be carried out in the subsequent period of five years.

   (6) The basic map shall also show the road layout for development for the two five year periods specified in sub-regulation (5) and the main road framework for the subsequent period of twenty years and at the end of each period of five years the road layout for development during the next subsequent period of ten years shall be shown by means of a modification to the approved development plan.

[Am by SI 336 of 1969; 58 of 1976.]

 

10.   Designation map

A development plan which designates any land as subject to compulsory acquisition shall designate such land on a map to be known as a designation map and such map shall show particulars and proposals in respect of the items specified in Part I of the First Schedule.

[Am by SI 58 of 1976.]

 

11.   Comprehensive development map

   (1) A development plan which defines any area as an area of comprehensive development shall define such area on a map to be known as a comprehensive development map and such map shall show particulars and proposals for development or redevelopment in respect of such of the items specified in Part I of the First Schedule as may be appropriate to the area.

   (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-regulation (1), a planning authority, in the case of any area set out in the First Schedule to the Act shall and, in any other case, may, show its proposals for the development or redevelopment of the principal business area on a comprehensive development map.

[Am by SI 58 of 1976.]

 

12.   Written statement

Every development plan shall contain a document to be known as a written statement and such written statement shall include—

      (a)   a summary of the main proposals of the development plan with such descriptive matter as the planning authority considers necessary to illustrate the various proposals shown on the basic map or as the Minister may from time to time direct for that purpose;

      (b)   in relation to any comprehensive development map, except a map prepared under the provisions of sub-regulation (2) of regulation 11, a statement in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 16 of the Act of the purpose or purposes for which the area is to be developed or redeveloped as a whole;

      (c)   in relation to any designation map designating land allocated by the development plan for any Government purposes or for the purpose of any function of a local or township authority, a statement identifying separately the land allocated for each Government purpose or to each local or township authority and the purpose for which such land is allocated and, in relation to any such map designating land comprised in an area of comprehensive development or contiguous or adjacent to any such area or for the purpose of securing its use in the manner proposed by the development plan, a statement identifying the land proposed for each use and the nature of that use.

 

13.   Written document

Every development plan shall contain a document to be known as a written document and such document shall include provisions for the control of such of the items specified in the Second Schedule to the Act as may be included in the development plan.

 

14.   Titles of maps and documents

The maps and documents referred to in this Part shall be identified on the face by the titles thereby conferred on them.

 

15.   Reconciliation of maps and documents

In the case of any contradiction in respect of any land to which a development plan relates between the particulars or proposals shown on one map comprised in the development plan and those shown on another or other such maps, the map which is to a larger scale shall, if those particulars or proposals are required by these Regulations to be shown thereon, prevail, and in the case of any contradiction between the maps included in the development plan and a document, the document shall prevail, and in the case of any contradiction between a symbol and a colour denoting a zone, reservation or use, the symbol shall prevail.

PART III
PROCEDURE FOR THE SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OF DEVELOPMENT PLANS

 

16.   Submission of development plans to Minister

A development plan shall be prepared in duplicate, each duplicate being certified by or on behalf of the planning authority by the person authorised so to do by a resolution of that planning authority. One duplicate shall be submitted to the Minister together with a certified copy thereof and a certificate that the provisions of sub-section (5) of section 16 and section 19 of the Act have been complied with.

 

17.   Requirements in case of amendments to maps and documents

Any alteration, deletion, addition or other amendment to any map or document forming part of a development plan shall be signed by or on behalf of the planning authority by the person authorised so to do by a resolution of that planning authority or the Minister, as the case may be, and if not so signed shall not prevail.

 

18.   Notice of submission of development plan

When a development plan is submitted to the Minister, the planning authority shall forthwith give public notice of the submission in the form set out in Part I of the Second Schedule.

 

19.   Approval or rejection of development plan

   (1) Where the Minister approves with or without modification a development plan submitted to him in accordance with these Regulations, he shall so certify the duplicate and the certified copy and return the certified copy to the planning authority which shall forthwith give public notice of the approval in the form set out in Part II of the Second Schedule.

   (2) Where the Minister rejects a development plan, he shall return the certified copy to the planning authority giving reasons for the rejection and the planning authority shall forthwith give public notice of the rejection.

 

20.   Certificates

   (1) The planning authority shall submit as soon as possible to the Minister a certified copy of any advertisement published or notice served in pursuance of these Regulations or Parts III and IV of the Act.

   (2) When the Minister has notified the planning authority of his approval with or without modification or his rejection of the development plan, the planning authority shall, within seven days of the giving of any public notice or the serving of any notice required to be given or served in accordance with the provisions of section 21 of the Act, submit to the Minister a certificate that the provisions of the said section 21 have been complied with.

 

21.   Revocation of approved development plan

For the purposes of regulations 17, 18, 19 and 20, a development plan shall be deemed to include a proposal for revocation of an approved development plan.

 

22.   Access to development plan

   (1) Before a development plan is submitted to the Minister, the planning authority shall make available at its offices any information regarding its proposals for the development of the area covered by the development plan that may reasonably be required to be known by any person intending to develop or subdivide land.

   (2) When the Minister has approved a development plan, certified copies of the basic map and any designation map and any comprehensive development map and the written statement and written document shall be kept at the offices of the planning authority and any local or township authority having jurisdiction in any planning area covered by the development plan and made available for inspection by the public during normal hours of official business.

 

23.   Publication of approved developments plan

As soon as possible after the approval by the Minister of a development plan, the planning authority shall arrange for the printing or reproduction and publishing of the basic map, any designation map and any comprehensive development map, the written statement and the written document and shall make available printed copies thereof for sale to the public at a reasonable cost.

APPENDIX

FIRST SCHEDULE

PARTICULARS AND PROPOSALS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE VARIOUS MAPS AND DOCUMENTS FORMING THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

The colours specified hereunder to be used on the various maps are obligatory on all duplicates and certified copies submitted to the Minister, but shall not nevertheless form part of the development plan and copies of any map offered for sale to the public need not be so coloured.

All references to colours are to the Standard Town and Country Planning Colours approved by the British Colour Council.

PART I

Regulation 6: Land Utilisation Map

Regulation 7: Public Utilities Map

Regulation 9: Basic Map

Regulation 10: Designation Map

Regulation 11: Comprehensive Development Map:

The whole of a site should be coloured on the Land Utilisation Map to indicate the predominant use, but where there are two more or less equal but different uses they should be indicated separately. Where the ground floor use differs from the predominant use it should be indicated separately by a band along the frontage with the appropriate symbol or colour inside that band. The principal business area shall if necessary for clarity be shown on a separate map to a scale of 1:2 500.

Existing uses to be outlined by a solid black line, and shaded by evenly spaced black dots, sized and spaced according to the scale of the map.

Proposed uses to be outlined by a solid black line, not shaded, and indicated by the appropriate use letters.

Deferred uses (proposed uses for the plan period subsequent to the first ten years) to be outlined by a solid black line and not shaded, with the appropriate letters in brackets.

[Am by SI 58 of 1976.]

Use 

Symbol 

Colour1. Boundary of planning areaThick dot/dash line9 mm blue 2.1 border outside boundary2. Boundary of local or township authority areaThick black dotted line with name of authorities inside boundary 3. Boundary of comprehensive development areaSmall inverted “V’s” inside boundaryOpaque white ink border inside boundary4. Reservations   

   (a)   Public buildings and cultural usesP....................................Red 1 

      Community centre, public hallPC  

      Entertainment, theatre, cinemaPE  

      Drive-in-cinemaPM  

      Social club PS ChurchPW  

      Public conveniencesPT  

      Museum, cultural villagePV  

   (b)   AdministrationA....................................Red 2 

      Central Government officeAC  

      Local Government officeAL  

      Post OfficeAP  

   (c)   InstitutionsG....................................Orange 

   (a)   EducationP....................................(Four parts Orange 1 to one part Red 2) 

      UniversityGEU  

      Training and technicalGET  

      colleges Secondary schoolGES  

      Primary schoolGEP  

      Nursery schoolGEN  

   (b)   HealthGH  

      HospitalGHO  

      Mental hospitalGHM  

      Rural health centre, clinic,GHC  

      Dispensary   

   (c)   OthersGO  

      Police station and campGCP  

      PrisonGOG  

      Military usesGOM  

      Research stationGOR  

      (stating type)   

   (d)   Public utilitiesX....................................Red brown 1.1 

      ElectricityXE  

      WaterXW  

      Sewage disposalXS  

      Refuse disposalXR  

      Fire stationXF  

         *-surfacev /\v –  

         -undergroundv /\_ v  

      Telephone or telegraph lines   

         -surface| | | | | | | | | | | | | |  

         -underground II I I I I I I I  

      Sewers*-| -| -| -| -|  

      Water mains*-.. -.. -.. -* *Capacities or sizes should be figured.

Use 

Symbol 

Colour 

   (e)   Open space and recreation 

O.................................... 

Green 1.1 

      (a)   Public open space 

OP 

 

         Park and play area 

OPP 

 

         Playing fields, tennis court 

OPF 

 

         Swimming pool 

OPS 

 

         Golf course 

OPG 

 

         Racetrack, stadium, 

OPR 

 

         showground Camp or caravan site 

OPC 

 

      (b)   Private open space 

OV 

 

         Park or play area 

OVP 

 

         Playing fields, tennis courts 

OVF 

 

         Swimming pool 

OVS 

 

         Golf course 

OVG 

 

         Race track 

OVR 

 

         Camp or caravan site 

OVC 

 

         Riding school 

OVE 

 

      (c)   Green belt 

OGB 

 

5. Transport 

 

   (a)   Roads 

Road width drawn to scale 

 

      Existing 

========= 

 

      Proposed – 

 

 

         small scale 

ÍÛÍÛÍ 

 

         -large scale 

ÍÛÍÛÍ 

 

 

Number and ultimate width in 12 mm diameter circle 

 

      Road closure 

Narrow hatching over portion affected and number in 6 mm diameter circle 

 

      Car park 

TCP.................................... 

Green grey1.1 

      Lorry park 

TLP 

 

      Street parking 

Black chevrons along portion so used 

 

      Bus station 

TBS 

 

      Service station 

TS 

 

      Motel 

TM 

 

   (b)   Railway 

 

 

      Existing 

++++++++++++++ 

 

      Proposed 

++ ++ ++ 

 

      Railways reservation 

TRY.................................... 

Light paynes grey water colour 

   (c)   Navigable waterway 

TW.................................... 

Blue1 

      Channel 

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 

 

      Dock area....................... 

.................. 

Red purple 1.1 

   (d)   Airport, airfield, airstrip 

TA.................................... 

Green brown 1 

6. Communications 

Brown 1.1 

   Radio or telegraph station 

CR 

 

   Television station 

CTU 

 

   Telephone exchange 

CT 

 

7. Residential 

R.................................... 

Yellow 2.1 

   Semi-detached houses 

RSD 

 

   Terraced houses 

RT 

 

   Flats 

RS 

 

   Unauthorised settlement 

RUS 

 

   Site and service scheme 

RSS 

 

   Traditional village 

RV 

 

   Hotel 

RH 

 

   Rest house 

RRH 

 

   Hostel 

RHO 

 

8. Industrial 

F.................................... 

Red purple 1.1 

   Light industry 

FL 

 

   Heavy industry 

FH 

 

   Special industry 

FS 

 

   Warehousing 

FW 

 

9. Commercial 

B....................................... 

Blue 2.1 

   Shopping 

BS 

 

   Special shopping 

BSS 

 

   Office 

BC 

 

   Bank 

BL 

 

   Licensed premises 

BL 

 

   Retail market 

BM 

 

10. Residential 

U....................................... 

Green brown 1.5 

   Residential 

R....................................... 

Yellow 2.1 

   Block of flats 

RF 

 

   Boarding-house 

RB 

 

   Residential hotel, licensed 

RL..................................... 

Deeper shade of yellow 

   Residential hotel, private 

RP 

 

   Residential hotel, motel 

RM 

 

   Squatter compound 

RSC...................................... 

Brown 2 edging inside boundary 

   Site and service scheme 

RSS.................................. 

Brown 1.1 

11. Mining and quarrying 

M....................................... 

Grey 1.2 

   Surface working 

MS 

 

   Mine plant 

MP 

 

   Mining claim area 

MC 

 

   Slimes dam 

MD 

 

   Slag heap 

MH 

 

   Magazine 

MM 

 

   Limit of underground working -.. -.. -.. - 

 

 

12. Miscellaneous 

 

 

   Cemetery or crematorium 

CE..................................... 

Green brown 2 

   Building line (show distance in black) 

-. -. -. - 

(10 m) 

   Land covered by water 

LW..................................... 

Blue 1 

   Water protection area 

W..................................... 

Blue 1 edging 

   Land unsuitable for building development 

US..................................... 

Yellow brown 1 

    Undetermined land use 

UL.............................. 

Uncoloured 

   Undeveloped 

V..................................... 

Uncoloured 

(As amended by SI No. 180 of 1979) 

13. Areas for compulsory acquisition. 

Thick line around border boundary and numbered 

Orange 1 inside red 1 

14. Diagrammatic reservation (Regulation 9 (3))…………………… 

12 mm diameter circle with appropriate symbol 

PART II

[Regulation 8]

WRITTEN ANALYSIS

The Report of Survey

The Report

1. Introduction............................ 

The Maps and documents

Notations, zones and reservations

Non-conforming uses 

2. History............................ 

History of the town

General survey of plan

Main planning problems 

3. Population............................ 

Population trends

Population structure

Children of school age 

4. Housing needs............................ 

Population densities

Family sizes 

5. Areas of development........................... 

Town centre

Residential areas

Commercial areas

Industrial areas

Other areas 

6. Employment............................ 

Structure and ratios

Trends and requirements

Distance home to work 

7. Communications............................ 

Roads and vehicle parks

Railways and bus services

Airfields 

8. Minerals............................ 

Sand, gravel, copper, etc. 

9. Education............................ 

Kindergarten, primary and secondary schools

Post-secondary and adult schools 

10. Social Health and welfare............................ 

Civic and cultural facilities

Cemeteries 

11. Open spaces............................ 

Standards and distribution

Playing fields

Other types

Proposals in development plan 

12. Shopping facilities............................ 

Situation and areas served 

13. Public utilities............................ 

Water

Electricity

Sewerage and sewage disposal

Refuse disposal 

14. Government development............................ 

Housing

Offices

Works

Police 

15. Conclusions............................ 

 

Appendix 

 

Table 1 ……………………………………. 

Distribution of Population 

Table 2 ……………………………………. 

Distribution of Shops 

Table 3 ……………………………………. 

Distribution of Open Spaces 

Table 4 ……………………………………. 

Distribution of Schools 

Table 5 ……………………………………. 

Distribution of Industry 

Table 6 ……………………………………. 

Employment Summary 

Table 7 ……………………………………. 

Changes in Land Use

The tables are set out in a standard form so that the information may be readily extracted and collated for Zambia as a whole. They may not be fully applicable in every case and planning authorities should adapt them where necessary.

Table 1

DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION

 

Index Number of area primarily for residential use 

Estimated
At time of survey 19 

Estimated
At end of first stage 19 

Estimated
At end of plan period 19 

Gross acreage 

Population 

Gross density/acre 

Gross acreage 

Population 

Gross density/acre 

Gross acreage 

Population 

Gross density/acre 

1.

2.

3.          

Total in residential areas          

Areas not primarily allocated for residential use. 

Total………….         

Table 2

DISTRIBUTION OF SHOPS

 

 

Residential Area No. 

Existing shops at time of survey 19...... 

Land available for shops 

At beginning of plan period 19...... 

At end of plan period 19.... 

No. of shops 

No./1,000 population 

Foot frontage 

Frontage/
1,000 population 

Foot frontage 

Estimated Population 

Frontage/
1,000 population 

Foot frontage 

Estimated Population 

Frontage/1,000 population 

1................

2................

3................

Central area

Other areas 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total............... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 3

DISTRIBUTION OF OPEN SPACES

 

 

Residential Area No. 

Existing at time of survey 19..... 

Land reserved for open spaces 

At beginning of plan period 19.... 

At end of plan period 19.... 

 

Acreage 

Acreage/1,000 population 

Acreage 

Acreage/1,000 population 

Acreage 

Acreage/1,000 population 

1. Public playing fields ……………………

   Other public open spaces ………………

   Private playing fields……………………….

Other private open spaces………………. <TS:0.197222,NM,NO,0.39375,NM,NO,0.590278,NM,NO,0.786806,NM,NO,0.984028,NM,NO,1.18125,NM,NO,1.1875,NM,NO,1.37778,NM,NO,1.575,NM,NO,1.96875,NM,NO>    Total open space…………………………..       

2. Public playing fields…………………….

Other public open spaces…………………

Private playing fields………………………..

Other private open spaces………………….      Total open space…………………………..       

All other areas: …………………………….

Public playing fields………………………

Other public open spaces………………..

Private playing fields………………….

Other private open spaces………………..      Total open space……………..      

Table 4

DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOLS

 

Residential Area No. 

Estimated at time of survey 19…. 

Estimated at end of first stage 19.... 

Estimated at end of plan period 19.... 

No. of classes 

No. of pupils 

Acreage 

Agreage/
1,0000 population 

No. of classes 

No. of pupils 

Acreage 

Agreage/
1,0000 population 

No. of classes 

No. of pupils 

Acreage 

Agreage/
1,0000 population 

1. Local primary...........

Local secondary..........             

2. Local primary............

Local secondary..........             

3. Local primary............

Local secondary..........             

Non-local.....................

Secondary....................

Other schools...............            

Table 5

DISTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRY

Type of industry 

Acreage of existing industries
at time of survey 19.... 

Acreage zoned at beginning
of plan period 19.... 

Acreage zoned at end of plan
period 19.... 

Light:

Serviced.............................................................

Unserviced.........................................................

.........................................................................

General:

Serviced............................................................

Unserviced........................................................

........................................................................

Special:

Serviced...........................................................

Unserviced.......................................................

.......................................................................   

Table 6

EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY

 


Industrial Classification 

Number of persons employed 

195..population 

196..population 

Males 

Females 

Total employed 

Percentage of population 

Males 

Females 

Total employed 

Percentage of population 

1. Primary production:

   Agriculture, forestry, etc.............................

   Mining and quarrying ................................         

   Sub-total ................................................         

2. Manufacture: ...........................................

   Chemicals..............................................

   Metals....................................................

   Non-metals.............................................

   Engineering............................................

   Vehicles.................................................

   Textiles..................................................

   Clothing.................................................

   Food, drink, tobacco ..............................

   Timber...................................................

   Printing..................................................

   Other manufactures................................         

   Sub-total...............................................         

3. Service: .................................................

   Central and Local Government.................

   Building and contracting Electricity,
   water....................................................

   Transport..............................................

   Distributive............................................

   Professional, banking, etc. ....................

   Miscellaneous.......................................         

   Sub-total..............................................         

Total.........................................................        

Table 7

CHANGES IN LAND USE

Acreage of land for 

At time of survey 19.... 

At end of plan period 19.... 

Expected change + or - 

1. Net residential use.........................................................................

2. Industry.........................................................................................

3. Education including playing fields.....................................................

4. Open spaces not included in above:

   (i)   public playing fields .............................................................

   (ii)   private playing fields ............................................................

   (iii)   other open spaces................................................................

5. Other major uses:

   (i)   Commercial:

      (a)   in town centres ............................................................

      (b)   in other areas ..............................................................

   (ii)   Central and Local Government:

      (a)   in town centres ............................................................

      (b)   in other areas ..............................................................

   (iii)   Hospitals.............................................................................

   (iv)   Railways.............................................................................

   (v)   Airports and airfields ............................................................

6. Mining ..........................................................................................

7. Other land .................................................................................... 

 

 

 

Total acreage of planning area   

PART IV

[Regulation 9]

BASIC MAP

Use 

Symbol 

Colour 

1. Boundary of planning area 

Thick dot/dash line 

3/8 inch blue 2.1 border outside boundary 

2. Boundary of local or township authority area 

Thick dotted line with name of authorities inside boundary 

 

3. Boundary of comprehensive development area 

Small inverted “v’s” inside boundary 

Opaque white ink border inside boundary 

4. Limits of underground mineral working 

Dash three dot line 

 

5. Land subject to special restrictions 

Edged and wide hatched with nature of restriction shown 

 

6. Reservations 

 

 

   (a)   Aerodrome or airstrip.................................. 

AD.................................................................... 

Yellow green 1.2 

      Allotment, public........................................ 

AL.................................................................... 

Green brown 1.1 

      Forest reserve........................................... 

WR................................................................... 

Green brown 1.1 

      Protected woodland.................................. 

WP................................................................... 

Green brown 1.1 

   (b)   Open spaces: 

 

 

      Public: 

 

 

      Garden or park.......................................... 

 

      Golf course............................................... 

OG 

 

      Playing field, tennis court, etc.................... 

OF 

 

      Race track............................................... 

OR 

 

      Stadium................................................... 

OS 

 

      Private: 

 

 

      Garden or park 

O2 

 

      Golf course 

O2G 

 

      Playing field, tennis court, etc. 

O2F 

 

      Race track 

O2R 

 

      Miscellaneous: 

 

 

      Camping site............................................ 

CS...................................................................... 

Yellow green 1.2 

      Caravan site.............................................. 

CA...................................................................... 

Yellow green 1.2 

      Camping and caravan site........................... 

CAS.................................................................... 

Yellow green 1.2 

      Magazine.................................................. 

D with danger area in thick circle............................ 

Grey 1.3 inside a F inch grey 1 border 

      Mission..................................................... 

M......................................................................... 

Brown 2.3 diluted 1:16 

   (c)   Public buildings and places of assembly 

 

 

      Civic centre............................................... 

P......................................................................... 

Red 1.1 

      Central or local government......................... 

P2....................................................................... 

Red 1.1 

      office Drive-in cinema.................................. 

P9....................................................................... 

Green grey 1.1 

   (d)   Government purpose.................................. 

Thin line inside Boundaries..................................... 

Red 2 edging inside boundaries 

      Police camp.............................................. 

G.......................................................................... 

Green brown 2.1 

      Prison....................................................... 

G2........................................................................ 

Yellow brown 2.1 

      Camp or barracks for armed services 

G4........................................................................ 

Green brown 2.1 

   (e)   Hospital..................................................... 

H.......................................................................... 

Red 1.1 (where large grounds are attached -yellow green 1.2) 

      Hospital, mental......................................... 

HM........................................................................ 

   (f)   Public undertaking...................................... 

Red brown 1.1 

 

      Electricity.................................................. 

 

      Water........................................................ 

X2 

 

      Sewage disposal......................................... 

X3 

 

      Refuse disposal.......................................... 

X4 

 

      Fire station................................................. 

X5 

 

      Wireless or television station........................ 

X6 

 

   (g)   School, college, etc. 

 

Red 1.1 (where large grounds are attached -yellow green 1.2) 

      Primary school........................................... 

 

      Secondary school....................................... 

S2 

 

      Teachers’ training school............................. 

S3 

 

      Trade school.............................................. 

S4 

 

      Technical institute...................................... 

S5 

 

      Other schools............................................ 

S6 

 

      Boarding or residential schools and private schools should be distinguished by adding the letter “R” or “P” after the appropriate symbol. 

 

 

   (h)   Vehicle parks 

 

 

      Car park.................................................... 

CP.......................................................................... 

Green grey 1 

      Bus or lorry park........................................ 

VP.......................................................................... 

Green grey 1 

      Roadside parking in principal business area ............................................................... 

Black chevrons along portion so used 

 

7. Communications 

 

 

      Railway operational area............................. 

T............................................................................. 

Light Paynes grey water colour 

      Roads 

 

 

      Existing inter-territorial................................ 

Thick solid line 

 

      or territorial main roads 

 

 

      New road or road widening 

Thick broken line with number and ultimate width in G inch diameter circle 

 

      Road closure 

Narrow hatching....over portion affected and number in.........1/4 inch diameter....circle 

 

8. Building line 

Dot dash line with distance in black 

 

9. Land covered by water 

Blue 1 

Zones 

10. Residential 

 

 

   (a)   Residential................................................ 

R............................................................................ 

Yellow 2.1 

   (b)   Special residential...................................... 

RS.......................................................................... 

Yellow 2 

   (c)   Deferred residential..................................... 

RD........................................................................... 

Yellow 2.3 

   (d)   Site and service scheme............................. 

RSS......................................................................... 

Brown 1.1 

11. Commercial 

 

 

   General business................................................. 

B............................................................................. 

Blue 2.1 

   Special business................................................. 

B2............................................................................ 

Blue 2 

   Office ................................................................. 

-............................................................................... 

Green blue 1.1 

12. Industrial 

 

 

   (a)   Warehousing.............................................. 

F2.......................................................................... 

Purple water colour 

      Light industry.............................................. 

F3........................................................................... 

Red purple 1.1 

      General industry.......................................... 

F4........................................................................... 

Blue purple 1.2 

      Special or offensive industry......................... 

F5 .......................................................................... 

Edged and hatched blue purple 1.2 

   (b)   Deferred warehousing 

F2D 

Outer edge of F inch purple water colour border 

      Deferred light industry.................................. 

F3D........................................................................ 

Outer edge of F inch red purple 1.1 border 

      Deferred general industry............................. 

F4D........................................................................ 

Outer edge of F inch blue purple 1.2 border 

      Deferred special or...................................... 

F5D........................................................................ 

Hatched blue purple offensive industry 1.3 

   (c)   Deferred industry unclassified 

FD 

Outer edge of F inch red purple 1.3 border 

13. Undetermined..................................................... 

U............................................................................ 

Blue 2 diluted 1.32 

14. Rural.................................................................. 

UL........................................................................... 

Yellow brown 1.2 

15. Agricultural......................................................... 

AG.......................................................................... 

Green brown 1.4 

16. Diagrammatic reservations (Regulation 9(3)) 

1/2 inch diameter circle with appropriate symbol 

 

[Am by SI 323 of 1968, 336 of 1969.]

PART V

[Regulation 10]

DESIGNATION MAP

Use 

Symbol 

Colour 

1. Boundary of planning area 

Think dot/dash line 

Inner edge of 3/8 inch cobalt blue ink border 

2. Boundary of local or township authority area 

Thick dotted line with name of authority inside boundary 

 

3. Each area to be compulsorily acquired 

Thick line around boundary and numbered 

Orange 1 inside red 1 border

PART VI

[Regulation 11]

COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT MAP

The symbols and colours to be used shall be the same as specified for a land utilisation map in Part I and for a basic map in Part IV.

SECOND SCHEDULE

PRESCRIBED FORMS

PART I

[Regulation 18]

NOTICE OF SUBMISSION OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

[Name of Planning Authority]

[Title of Development Plan]

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above Development Plan was on the ...........................................day of ..........................................................................................................submitted to the Minister of Provincial and Local Government for approval.

The Development Plan relates to land situate within ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................for A duplicate of the Development Plan as submitted for approval has been deposited public inspection at the offices of the ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................Planning Authority at......................................................................................................................................................................

The duplicate so deposited is available for inspection free of charge by all persons interested at the above-mentioned address between the hours of ................................................................................................................... .and ..........................................

Any interested person who wishes to make any representation in connection with or objection to the above Development Plan may send such representations or objections in writing to be received by the Minister of Provincial and Local Government, P.O. Box RW,

27, Lusaka, not later than the................. day of......................and any such representation or objection shall state the grounds on which it is made.

Any person sending such representation or objection to the Minister of Provincial and Local Government shall send a copy thereof to be received by the Planning Authority not later than the..................day of...................................................................

Dated this …………………………………………….(Signed) ………………………………………………………….

day of …………………………………………… for …………………………………………..Planning Authority.

PART II

[Regulation 19]

NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF DEVELOPMENT PLAN

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

[Name of Planning Authority]

[Title of Development Plan]

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the ……………………………………..day of............................the Minister of Provincial and Local Government Approved (with modifications) the above Development Plan.

A certified copy of the Development Plan as approved has been deposited at the offices of the ………………………………...... Planning Authority at ………………………………………………………….(1) and at the offices of the ……………………… at …………………………………………………………………………………………………The copy of the Development Plan so deposited will be open for inspection free of charge by an interested person between the hours of...............................................

Any person wishing to do so may purchase copies of the Basic Map, (2) the ……………………………………............Map, the Written Statement and the Written Document on application to the ……………………………………Planning Authority.

Dated this ………………………………….(Signed)……………………………………………..day of …………………………………………………………...for ………………………………..Planning Authority

NOTES

   (1) Insert the name and address of any local or township authority affected by the Development Plan.

   (2) Insert any Comprehensive Development Map.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ENFORCEMENT NOTICES REGULATIONS

[Section 53]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Form of enforcement notice

   5.   Register

   6.   Index to register

   7.   Entry in register

   8.   Inspection of register

      SCHEDULE

[Regulations by the Minister]

GN 361 of 1962,

SI 65 of 1965.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Enforcement Notices) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to any enforcement notice served under the provisions of section 31 of the Act.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“enforcement notice” means an enforcement notice served under the provisions of section 31 of the Act;

“planning authority” means a planning authority to which functions have been delegated under the provisions of section 24 of the Act.

[Am by SI 65 of 1965.]

 

4.   Form of enforcement notice

An enforcement notice shall be in the form set out in Part I or Part II of the Schedule.

 

5.   Register

   (1) The Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, shall keep a register containing the following information in respect of every enforcement notice he or it serves, namely—

      (a)   the name and address of the person on whom the enforcement notice is served, the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property affected and the road, district and the town in which it is situate, the number of the enforcement notice, the date of any approval by the Minister of the enforcement notice, the date of service of the enforcement notice and brief particulars of the nature of the enforcement notice;

      (b)   the date the enforcement notice is to take effect;

      (c)   the date and effect of any determination of the Tribunal in respect of an appeal against the enforcement notice;

      (d)   the date and effect of any decision of the High Court in respect of an appeal against the determination of the Tribunal;

      (e)   the date and brief particulars of any action taken by the person on whom the enforcement notice is served to satisfy the conditions therein and whether or not he has complied with the enforcement notice;

      (f)   the date and effect of any action taken by the planning authority to enforce the notice.

   (2) Every enforcement notice in respect of which an entry is made in the register shall be numbered and such numbers shall run consecutively.

 

6.   Index to register

Every register shall contain an index in the form of cards, each card to contain the stand, plot, lot or farm number of the property affected and the road, district and town in which it is situate, the name and address of the person on whom the enforcement notice is served and the registered number of the enforcement notice, and to be filed by townships in numerical sequence according to the stand or plot number and by lots or farms in numerical sequence according to the lot number or farm number.

 

7.   Entry in register

Every entry in the register shall be made within seven days of the happening of the event in respect of which an entry is required to be made.

 

8.   Inspection of register

The register shall be kept at the office of the Minister or planning authority, as the case may be, and made available for inspection by the public during normal hours of official business.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 4]

PRESCRIBED FORMS

PART I
ENFORCEMENT NOTICE THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

[Section 31(1)]

To…………………………………………………………………..

………………………………………………………………………..

1. *It appears that the development/subdivision of land as described hereunder has been carried out after the 16th November, 1962, without the grant of permission required in that behalf under Part V of the Town and Country Planning Act.

1. *It appears that the following condition/s ……………………………………………………........................................................

…………………………………………………………………………………………………….........................................................

………………………………………………………………………………………… subject to which permission for the development\subdivision of land as described hereunder was granted in respect thereof under Part V of the Town and Country Planning Act has/have not been complied with.

2. (Description of development or subdivision of land). ………………………………………

……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

3. You are hereby required to (describe the steps to be taken) ……………………………..

……………………………………………………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………………………………………within a

period of ………………………………………………………from the date of this notice or such

extended period as the ………………………………………………………………………………

Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government may in writing allow, failing which the Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government may enter on the land and do those things and may recover as a civil debt in any court of competent jurisdiction from the person who is then the owner of the land to which this notice relates any expenses reasonably incurred by the said ………………………………………………… Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government in that behalf.

4. If any person uses or causes or permits to be used the land to which this notice relates or carries out or causes or permits to be carried out operations on the said land in contravention of this notice without the grant of permission in that behalf under Part V of the Town and Country Planning Act, he shall be guilty of an offence.

5. This notice shall take effect on the ………………………………………………. day of …………………......... 19........

6. If you are aggrieved by this notice you may appeal to the Town and Country Planning Tribunal in accordance with the Town and Country Planning (Appeals) Regulations before the aforesaid.........................................................day of ........................................19…….... in which case the operation of this notice shall be suspended pending the final determination or withdrawal of the appeal.

Dated this...........................................day of .........................19..............

(Signed)……………………………………………..

...............................................................................

*Delete whichever is inapplicable.

PART II
ENFORCEMENT NOTICE

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT

[Section 31(2)]

To …………………………………………………………………..

………………………………………………………………………..

1. You are hereby required to ……………………………………………………………………………………(describe steps to be taken and the description of the property) …………………………………………… within a period of …………………………………………………………………………… from the date of this notice or such extended period as the …………………………………………………………………..Planning Authority/Natural Resources Board/Minister of Provincial and Local Government may in writing allow.

2. If any person uses or causes or permits to be used the land to which this notice relates or carries out or causes or permits to be carried out operations on the said land in contravention of this notice without the grant of permission in that behalf under Part V of the Town and Country Planning Act, he shall be guilty of an offence.

3. This notice shall take effect on the ………………………………………………day of .............. .....................19...........

4. If you are aggrieved by this notice you may appeal to the Town and Country Planning Tribunal in accordance with the Town and Country Planning (Appeals) Regulations before the aforesaid …………………………….day of....................19............. in which case the operation of this notice shall be suspended pending the final determination or withdrawal of the appeal.

5. In certain circumstances a claim for compensation may arise as a result of this notice and the circumstances in which such compensation is payable are set out in Part VI of the Town and Country Planning Act.

Dated this.........................................day of……………………………19........................

.............................................................................(Signed)

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING USE GROUPS REGULATIONS

[Section 53]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Application

   3.   Interpretation

   4.   Use groups

      SCHEDULE

[Regulations by the Minister]

GN 359 of 1962.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Use Groups) Regulations.

 

2.   Application

These Regulations shall apply to all land—

      (a)   in any area in respect of which there is an order, made under the provisions of the Act, to prepare a development plan; and

      (b)   in any area subject to an approved development plan; and

      (c)   in such areas as are within a distance of twenty miles from the boundaries of any area mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b); and

      (d)   in such other areas as may be specified by the Minister by statutory notice.

 

3.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“building” includes any structure or erection and any part of a building so defined, but does not include plant or machinery comprised in a building, and references to a building shall, except where otherwise provided, include references to land occupied therewith and used for the same purposes as that building;

“funfair” includes an amusement arcade or pin-table saloon;

“general industrial building” means an industrial building other than a light industrial building or a special industrial building;

“industrial building” means a building (other than a shop, or a building in or adjacent to and belonging to a quarry or mine) used for the carrying on of any process for or incidental to any of the following purposes, namely—

      (a)   the making of any article or of any part of an article; or

      (b)   the alteration, repair, ornamentation, finishing, cleaning, washing, packing or canning, or adapting for sale, or breaking up or demolition of any article; or

      (c)   without prejudice to the foregoing paragraphs, the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals;

being a process carried on in the course of trade or business other than agriculture;

“light industrial building” means an industrial building (not being a special industrial building) in which the processes carried on or the machinery installed are such as could be carried on or installed in any residential area without detriment to the amenity of that area by reason of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, soot, ash, dust or grift;

“office” includes a Bank, but does not include a post office or betting office;

“shop” means a building used for the carrying on of any retail trade or retail business wherein the primary purpose is the selling of goods by retail, and includes a building used for the purposes of a hairdresser, undertaker or ticket agency or for the reception of goods to be washed, cleaned or repaired, or for any other purpose appropriate to a shopping area, but does not include a building used as a funfair, repair garage or garage, petroleum filling station, office, betting office, or hotel or premises (other than a restaurant) licensed for the sale of intoxicating liquors for consumption on the premises;

“special industrial building” means an industrial building used for one or more of the purposes specified in Use Groups 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 in the Schedule.

 

4.   Use groups

   (1) Where a building or land is used for a purpose described in any group specified in the Schedule, the use of such building or land for any other purpose described in the same group shall not be deemed for the purposes of the Act to involve development.

   (2) A use which is ordinarily incidental to and included in any use specified in the Schedule is not excluded from that use as an incident thereto merely by reason of its specification in the Schedule as a separate use.

SCHEDULE

[Regulations 3 and 4]

USE GROUPS

Group 1. Use as a board or guest house, a residential club or an hotel providing sleeping accommodation.

Group 2. Use as a residential or boarding school or a residential college.

Group 3. Use as a building for public worship or religious instruction or for the social or recreational activities of the religious body using the building.

Group 4. Use as a home or institution providing for the boarding, care and maintenance of children, old people or persons under disability, a convalescent home, a nursing home, a sanatorium or a hospital (other than a hospital, home, hostel or institution included in Group 7).

Group 5. Use (other than residentially) as a health centre, a school treatment centre, a clinic or a dispensary or use as a consulting room or surgery unattached to the residence of the consultant or practitioner.

Group 6. Use as a creche, a day nursery or a non-residential school for children.

Group 7. Use as a hospital; home or institution for persons suffering from mental disorder or epileptic persons, or a home, hosted or institution in which persons may be detained by order of a court or which is approved by Government for persons residing there under a requirement of a probation or supervision order.

Group 8. Use as an art gallery (other than for business purposes), a museum, a public library, a concert hall, an exhibition hall, a non-residential club or a social or community centre.

Group 9. Use as a non-residential college or technical institute or a Local or Central Government office.

Group 10. Use as a theatre, a cinema other than a drive-in cinema, a music hall, a swimming bath, a Turkish or other vapour bath or a gymnasium.

Group 11. Use as a funfair or an amusement hall.

Group 12. Use as a football ground, an athletic ground, a sports ground, a race course or track, a stadium or a drive-in cinema.

Group 13. Use as a shop for any purpose except as—

      (i)   a fried fish shop;

      (ii)   a butcher’s shop;

      (iii)   a shop for the sale of pet animals or birds;

      (iv)   a shop for the sale of motor vehicles;

      (v)   a drive-in shop.

Group 14. Use as an office for any purpose.

Group 15. Use as a wholesale warehouse or repository for any purpose (other than the storage of offensive or dangerous matter).

Group 16. Use as a light industrial building for any purpose. Group 17. Use as a general industrial building for any purpose. Group 18. Use for any of the following processes—

      (i)   smelting, claiming, sintering or reduction of ores, minerals, concentrates or mattes;

      (ii)   converting, re-heating, annealing, hardening, melting, carbonising, forging, rolling or casting of iron or other metals or alloys;

      (iii)   recovery of metal from scrap, or drosses, or ashes;

      (iv)   galvanising;

      (v)   pickling or treatment of metal in acid;

      (vi)   chromium plating.

Group 19. Use for any of the following processes so far as not included in Group 18 and except a process ancillary to the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals, carried on, in or adjacent to a quarry or mine—

      (i)   the burning of building bricks;

      (ii)   the burning of lime and dolomite;

      (iii)   the production of coke;

      (iv)   the production of calcium carbide, zinc oxide or sulphur chloride;

      (v)   the foaming, crushing or screening of stone or slag.

Group 20. Use for any of the following processes so far as not included in Group 18—

      (i)   the production or employment of cyanogen or its compounds;

      (ii)   the manufacture of glass where the sodium sulphate used exceeds 1.5 per centum of the total weight of the melt;

      (iii)   the production of zinc chloride, liquid or gaseous sulphur dioxide;

      (iv)   the production of salt-glazed ware;

      (v)   the production or employment of radio-active minerals.

Group 21. Use for any of the following processes so far as not included in Group 18:

The distilling, refining or blending of oils, the production or employment of cellulose lacquers (except their employment in repair garages in connection with minor repairs), hot pitch or bitumen, or pyridine; the stoving of enamelled ware; the production of amylacetate, aromatic esters, butyric acid, caramel, hexamine, iodoform, B-naphthol, resin products (except synthetic resins, plastic moulding or extrusion compositions and plastic sheets, rods, tubes, filaments, fibres or optical components produced by casting, calendering, moulding, shaping or extrusion), salicylic acid or sulphonated organic compounds, lampblack, ultramarine; paint and varnish manufacture (excluding mixing, milling and grinding); the production of rubber from scrap; or the manufacture of acetylene from calcium carbide for sale or for use in a further chemical process.

Group 22. Use for carrying on any of the following industries, businesses or trades so far as not included in Group 18:

Animal charcoal manufacturer.

Animal hair cleanser, adapter or treater.

Blood albumen maker.

Blood boiler.

Bone boiler or steamer.

Bone burner.

Bone grinder.

Breeder of maggots from putrescible matter.

Candle maker.

Catgut manufacturer.

Chitterling or nettlings boiler (not carried on as subsidiary to a retail butcher).

Dealer in rags and bones (including receiving, storing, sorting or manipulating rags in or likely to become in an offensive condition, or any bones, rabbit-skins, fat or putrescible animal products of a like nature).

Fat melter or fat extractor.

Fellmonger.

Fish curer (not carried on as subsidiary to a fishmonger).

Fish oil manufacturer.

Fish skin dresser or scraper.

Glue maker.

Gutscraper or gut cleaner.

Leather dresser.

Maker of meal for feeding poultry, dogs, cattle or other animals from any fish, blood, bone, fat or animal offal, either in an offensive condition or subjected to any process causing noxious or injurious effluvia.

Manufacturer of manure from bones, fish, fish offal, blood, spent hops, beans or other putrescible animal or vegetable matter.

Parchment or paper maker.

Size maker.

Skin drier.

Soap boiler.

Tallow melter or refiner.

Tanner.

Tripe boiler or cleaner.

Wood pulp manufactuer.

NOTICES AND ORDERS MADE UNDER THE TOWN PLANNING ACT

CHAPTER 123 OF THE 1959 EDITION OF THE LAWS

[RETAINED AS PER SECTION 15 OF THE INTERPRETATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS ACT]

APPROVED SCHEMES

Area 

Government Notice 

Avondale Park 

88 of 1956 as amended by 219 of 1957 

Barlaston Park 

214 of 1954 

Buckley’s 

242 of 1952 

Buckley’s 

156 of 1957 

Chelston 

94 of 1960 as amended by 102 of 1960 

Chingola 

351 of 1959 

Handsworth Park 

47 of 1955 as amended by 8 and 268 of 1962 

Jesmondene 

153 of 1956 

Kabwe 

246 of 1962 

Kabwe 

248 of 1962 

Kitwe 

291 of 1958 and 7 of 1959 

Kitwe 

266 of 1962 

Kitwe 

322 of 1962 

Lilanda 

137 of 1958 as amended by 323 of 1959, 315 of 1961 and 100 and 347 of 1962 

Luanshya 

187 of 1961 

Lusaka 

300 of 1952 as amended by 237 of 1963 

Lusaka 

289 of 1958 and 8 of 1959 and 99 of 1964 

Mufulira 

174 of 1961 as amended by 206 of 1963 

St. Mary’s Estate 

157 of 1956

PREPARATION BY THE TOWN PLANNING BOARD OF A SCHEME FOR CERTAIN AREAS

Area 

Government Notice 

Kitwe 

314 of 1961 

Luanshya 

346 of 1962 

Lusaka 

326 of 1962 

Ndola 

316 of 1958

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS ORDER

[Section 24]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Delegation

   3.   Revocation of GN 345 of 1962

Act 12 of 1990,

SI 83 of 1993.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Delegation of Functions) Order.

 

2.   Delegation

The functions of the Minister under section 25 of the Town and Country Planning Act, in so far as these powers relate to the grant or refusal of permission to subdivide for agricultural purposes agricultural land situated outside areas subject to a development plan or approved development plan are hereby delegated to the National Environmental Council established under the Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Act, 1990 and any liability to pay compensation under the Town and Country Planning Act in respect of anything done by the National Environmental Council in exercise of the functions delegated to it hereunder is hereby transferred to the National Environmental Council.

 

3.   Revocation of GN 345 of 1962

Government Notice 354 of 1962 is hereby revoked.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING APPLICATION ORDER

[Section 3]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

      SCHEDULE

SI 145 of 1993.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Application) Order.

 

2.   Application of the Town and Country Planning Act

The Town and Country Planning Act shall apply to all areas of Reserve Land contained within the boundaries or the area described in the Schedule to this Order.

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

CHIRUNDU

Starting at the confluence of the Zambezi and Nakakuyu Rivers, the boundary proceedings up the Nakakuyu River for a distance of 550 meters to the confluence of the Nakakuyu River with an unnamed tributary; thence the boundary proceeds up this unnamed stream to its confluencewith another second unnamed stream; thence the boundary proceeds up the second unnamed stream crossing the Chirundu/Kafue Road-T2 Road to its source; thence on a bearing of 66 degrees for a distance of 960 meters to point D at the source of an unnamed tributary of the Namusasu River; thence down the Namusasu River to its confluence with the Zambezi River; thence in a straight line to the international boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe; thence up the Zambezi River; thence in a straight line in the North-Western direction to the confluence of the Nakakuyu and Zambezi Rivers, the point of starting.

1. all bearings and distances are approximate; and

2. bearings are taken from the North.

The above described area in extent 395 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. T86/3 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 29th May, 1992.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPOINTMENT OF PLANNING AUTHORITIES AND DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1996

[Sections 5 and 24]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Appointment of planning authorities and delegation of functions

   3.   Revocation of S.I. No. 12 of 1989

      SCHEDULE

SI 192 of 1996.

 

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Appointment of Planning Authorities and Delegation of Functions) Regulations, 1996.

 

2.   Appointment of planning authorities and delegation of functions

   (1) The local authorities set out in the Schedule to these Regulations are hereby appointed as planning authorities for the respective areas prescribed in that Schedule.

   (2) The functions of the Minister under subsections (1) and (2) of section 25 of the Act, relating to the grant or refusal of permission to develop or subdivide land are hereby delegated to the planning authorities set out in the Schedule for the respective areas described in that Schedule.

 

3.   Revocation of S.I. No. 12 of 1989

The Town and Country Planning (Appointment of Planning Authorities) Regulations, 1989, are hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

PLANNING AUTHORITIES

Local Authority 

Area 

Municipal Council of Choma 

Choma Municipality 

Municipal Council of Mansa 

Mansa Municipality 

Municipal Council of Mazabuka 

Mazabuka Municipality 

Municipal Council of Mbala 

Mbala Municipality 

Municipal Council of Mongu 

Mongu Municipality 

Municipal Council of Solwezi 

Solwezi Municipality

TOWN COUNTRY PLANNING (PREPARATION OF STRUCTURE PLAN) (MAZABUKA) ORDER, 1999

[Section 15]

Arrangements of Paragraphs

Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare structure plan

   3.   Inspection of plan an submission of objections

SI 96 of 1999.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town Country Planning (Preparation of Structure Plan) (Mazabuka) Order, 1999.

 

2.   Order to prepare structure plan

The Mazabuka Municipal Council Plannning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a Structure Plan for the area within the Planning Boundary on Map 1.2.

 

3.   Inspection of plan an submission of objections

A Copy of the Structure Plan may be inspected at the Civic Centre, Mazabuka Municipal Council and at the Boma Offices, Mazabuka during normal working hours on any day not later than 21 days after the publication of this order and any interested person may object to the preparation of Structure Plan to the Minister of Local Government and Housing, P.O. Box, 50027, Lusaka, within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (PREPARATION OF STRUCTURE PLAN) (NDOLA) ORDER, 2004

[Section 15]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Order to prepare structure plan

   3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

SI 3 of 2005.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Preparation and Structure Plan) (Ndola) Order, 2004.

 

2.   Order to prepare structure plan

The Ndola City Council Planning Authority is hereby ordered to prepare a structure plan for the area within the boundary on Map 3 and 4.

 

3.   Inspection of plan and submission of objections

The copy of the structure plan may be inspected at the Civic Centre, Ndola City Council offices during normal working hours on any day not later than 21 days after the publication of this order, and any interested person may object to the preparation of the structure plan to the Minister of Local government and Housing, P.O. Box 50027, Lusaka within the aforesaid period.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (APPLICATION) ORDER, 2013

[Section 3]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Application of Act

      SCHEDULE

SI 104 of 2013.

 

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Town and Country Planning (Application) Order, 2013.

 

2.   Application of Act

The Act applies to the customary areas within the boundaries of the districts described in the Schedule

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

MPULUNGU DISTRICT

The boundary starts at the confluence of the Chambeshi River and Kalongola River; thence along the Chambeshi River in the south-westerly direction to the confluence of the Chambeshi and the Lufubu Rivers; thence in the north-easterly direction along the Lufubu River to the shore of Lake Tanganyika; thence along the shore of Lake Tanganyika in the south-easterly direction for a distance of 22 Kilometers approximately to the confluence of the shore of the Lake Tanganyika and an unnamed stream; thence in a straight line in the south-westerly direction for a distance of 35.4 km to the confluence of the Chambeshi and Kalongola Rivers, the starting point.

All bearings and distances are approximate.Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 50,377 hectares approximately is shown bordered red on Plan No. MPU/700 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor­ General, signed by the Surveyor-General and dated 23rd August, 2013.

NSAMA DISTRICT

The boundary starts at the shore of Lake Tanganyika and the boundary of Kaputa Game Management Area No. 30; thence along the Kaputa GMA No. 30 for a distance of 4 km; thence along the same boundary of Kaput a GMA No. 30 for a distance of 2.6 km in the north-westerly direction to D38 road.

Thence along the D38 road for a distance of 9.3km in the westerly direction; thence in a straight line for a distance of 5.3 km in the north-westerly direction at the bearing of322degrees; thence in a straight line in the westerly direction for a distance of8.5 km at a bearing of 90 degrees; thence in a straight line in the north direction for a distance of 5.4 km; thence in a straight line for a distance of 15 km in the north-westerly direction; thence in a straight line for a distance of 12 km in the easterly direction to the shore of Lake Tanganyika; thence along the shore of Lake Tanganyika to the boundary of Kaputa GMA, the starting point.

All bearings and distances are approximate.Bearings are taken from Grid North. The described area in extent 31,245 hectares approximatelyis shown bordered red on Plan No. NSA/003deposited in the Office of the Surveyor­General signed by the Surveyor-General and dated 23rd August, 2013.

 
 

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