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.
Yukon government releases feedback for Peel Watershed Land Use Plan Consultation
On April 4, the Government of Yukon released the “What We Heard” document, summarizing comments provided during the recent Peel Watershed regional land use plan, along with all the feedback received on the consultation website.
Moving forward on land use planning for the Peel Watershed region
On March 20, 2013, the Government of Yukon released the Peel Watershed regional land use plan consultation statistics.
Public consultation period on Peel Watershed land use plan is now closed
On February 25, 2013, the Government of Yukon concluded four months of public consultation on the Peel Watershed land use plan. All submissions received during the consultation period will be posted on the consultation website. Feedback is being processed for uploading, and will be posted on the consultation website as soon as possible.
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