RUIMTELIKE BEPLANNING: DIE ROL VAN DIE STADS- EN STREEKSBEPLANNER IN DIE SAW
AbstractSince 1978 regional and town planners are employed in the SADF on a permanent basis as well as in the capacity of national service men. These men are all academically qualified and as such satisfy a need that developed in the SADF for planning, in general.It has namely, in the course of time become imperative that the SADF should have a say in the regional development actions of the various towns and regions of the RSA as it would be pointless for town and regional planners to reserve an area for private development if in future the SADF will require the area for its own development plans.
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