According to the Peruvian Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, "The National Housing and Urban Planning Policy (PNVU) seeks to define the main priorities and strategies that guide and articulate the actions, efforts and resources of the three levels of government, the private sector and civil society in housing and urban planning with a time horizon of 2030".
This National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP) is the anchor for Grenada’s development agenda and priorities for the period 2020-2035. It provides strategic direction to steer the Tri-island State toward achieving Vision 2035 and as such, it puts forward localized solutions that are aimed at fundamentally improving the way we as Grenadians live, work, treat our natural environment, and interact with our institutions and each other. In so doing, it provides an opportunity for significant national transformation.
The Sustainable Habitat Agenda 2036 of Ecuador acts as the framework that establishes a clear and coordinated vision to guide actions for the implementation of sustainable urban development policies in Ecuador. It is a mechanism for urban governance in the country's cities and a basis for the planning processes of the Decentralized Autonomous Governments (GAD), adaptable to local conditions and needs. (Pg. 17)
The updated National Housing and Human Settlements Policy, with a 2032 horizon, is the guiding and articulating instrument for the sector's interventions to achieve impacts that increase access to decent, safe and healthy housing for families living in poverty. Stopping and reducing the housing deficit is a State issue, which needs to articulate the sector, develop mechanisms to implement the Housing Law 09-2012 and other instruments such as the National Development Plan, the Country Strategic Results and the Sustainable Development Goals.
The National Strategy for Access to Urban Land is an initiative promoted by the Ministry of Housing, Land Management and Environment, conceived as a participatory instance for the elaboration and conceptual development of public policies and, at the same time, an instrumental tool for urban development, land management, housing and habitat.
Cuba's National Action Plan (NAP), a State Plan for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda (NUA) evidences the commitment made by the Cuban Government when it endorsed the Quito Declaration on Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements for All at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Housing and Urban Development (Habitat III) held in October 2016 and at the XXVI General Assembly of Ministers and Highest Appropriate Authorities of Housing and Urban Development of Latin America and the Caribbean (MINURVI), June 2017, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The Physical Development Plan provides a vision for the sustainable growth and development of the nation by setting out policies to guide relationships among land uses, built form, mobility, community facilities and physical infrastructure. It is also intended to be a framework to facilitate and guide investment, both public and private, in Barbados for the next 10 years to advance a healthy, prosperous and resilient nation.
The National Physical Development Plan (NPDP) for the Commonwealth of Dominica ("Dominica") acts together with the National Land Use Policy (NLUP) as the two core documents which fulfill the requirements of the Physical Planning Act. Together the NLUP and NPDP guide planning for land use and development in Dominica.
This proposal for a National Housing and Habitat Policy of El Salvador has been conceptualized as a high-level public management instrument, with a long-term vision that transcends the periods of administration of the Executive Branch (five-year terms) and should give coherence to the programs and projects to be implemented in the short and medium term to provide a structural response to the housing and habitat problems of El Salvador (pg. 8, para. 1).
The primary objective of the National Land Use Plan (NLUP) is to provide a strategic framework to guide land development in Guyana. As such the NLUP is built upon a number of national policies and strategies that have a direct relevance for land use and land management.
The National Economic and Social Development Plan for St. Vincent and the Grenadines covers the period 2013-2025, and outlines the country’s long-term strategies for national development. The Plan offers a vision for improving the quality of life for all Vincentians and is anchored on the achievement of the following over-arching goals:
The National Spatial Development Strategy (NSDS) provides the framework for decisions about the ways in which the national space will be used and developed over the next decade and beyond. In this context, ‘space’ includes the land, water and air, for which the people and Government of Trinidad andTobago are responsible.
This Strategic Plan for the Development of Haiti proposes development orientations and strategies and details the content of the Major Projects for the Recovery and Development of Haiti outlined in the Action Plan for the Recovery and Development of Haiti to make it an emerging country in 2030. Haiti's Strategic Development Plan, a genuine program plan, will enable the national authorities of today and tomorrow to guide development and allocate public investment according to their respective priorities.
The Plan seeks to guide the occupation of the territory, so as to rationally take advantage of the potential of existing natural resources to achieve development, avoiding the irreversible deterioration of the physical environment, which usually occurs through the impact of various activities. This is why Development and Land Use Planning suggests the development of certain areas, the incorporation of equipment and infrastructure, and economic deconcentration and decentralisation as mecha
Venezuela's Law of Urban Lands purpose is to regulate the tenure of unused urban land, suitable for the development of social housing and habitat programmes, in order to establish the basis for urban development and the progressive satisfaction of the right to decent housing in urban areas. (Article 1)
"Vision 2030 Jamaica is our country’s first long-term National Development Plan which aims to put Jamaica in a position to achieve developed country status by 2030. It is based on a comprehensive vision: “Jamaica, the place of choice to live, work, raise families, and do business”.
Saint Lucia's National Land Policy is intended to provide policy guidance for the use and management of Saint Lucia’s limited, and priceless, land resource, well into the future. It is grounded in the belief that land should be managed in such a manner as to allow Saint Lucians to have access to land, and the services that it provides, on an equitable basis.
Panama's Law 6 of 2006 states that Land Use Planning for urban development is the organisation of the use and occupation of the national territory and urban centres, through a harmonious set of actions and regulations, according to their physical, environmental, socio-economic, cultural, administrative and political-institutional characteristics, with the aim of promoting the sustainable development of the country and improving the quality of life of the population. (Article 2.)
The Housing and Urban Development Policy in Honduras is divided into two parts, including 8 sections, which analyze the general and specific objectives of the consultancy. The first part, the Diagnostic and Conceptual and Institutional Framework, examines the context of the historical development and the current situation of the housing sector, highlighting the following sections:
1. Conceptual framework of the housing policy, public institutionality and legal framework
2. Expansion of land supply and production of housing and basic services
The General Strategy for Land Use Planning articulates sustainable development policies and actions, reorienting territorial development. It identifies the potentialities, constraints and problems of the territory with an emphasis on the municipal level and with the objective of creating a national territorial planning system.