Block F — Land Management Plan

The Land Management Plan guides the urban development of the city for the next 10 to 15 years. It is a regulatory spatial document with legal value that translates the spatial strategies into a detailed land use plan, and provides uses, developments and potential of land as well as restrictions and responsibility tied to it. It should be developed in the most consultative and inclusive way and builds on expert deliberations held through multi-stakeholder discussions. It provides the local government a tool to dialogue with future investors and partners, to select and prioritise projects, and to guide urban development towards the principles of Sustainable Urban Agenda.

This document requires high capacities in terms of time, budget, and expertise, therefore, it is not mandatory for the implementation of strategic and catalytic projects in the city. However, it is highly recommended for the development of a solid and comprehensive urban framework.