Regional land use planning is a step by step process where the Yukon government, First Nations, stakeholders and residents develop a blueprint to guide the future use and development of land in their area.
Regional land use planning facilitates land uses that promote orderly development while considering the values of the land, and providing for economic, social and environmental well being of the residents of the region.
A final regional land use plan provides a broad level vision and goals for the allocation, management and use of land and resources, including renewable, non-renewable and water-based resources within a region.
A statement from the Yukon government on the Yukon Supreme Court’s decision in the Peel regional land use planning court case
December 2, 2014 - The Government of Yukon has received Justice Veale’s decision in the Peel Watershed land use planning court case.
The government will carefully review today’s decision before determining how to move forward and will assess implications of the judgment on land use planning and the economic future in Yukon. As we examine the court’s opinion and the reasons given by the judge, we will continue to work with First Nations, consulting and engaging on many ongoing files, projects and activities.
The Government of Yukon remains committed to upholding the Final Agreements.
Dawson Regional Land Use Planning process is temporarily suspended
December 1, 2014 - The Government of Yukon, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in and Vuntut Gwitchin Government have mutually agreed to suspend the Dawson Regional Land Use Planning process.
The three parties decided to take this step after the recent conclusion of the Peel Watershed land use planning court hearings.
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