The Statutory components of Town and Regional Planning relate to the acquisition of development rights in its various forms. Property and property development in its various forms all require some sort of statutory approval either in the form of Special Consent Applications, Rezoning Applications, Township Establishment, Town Planning Appeals, DFA Applications and the like. SiVEST specialises in applications of this nature and have undertaken numerous successful applications in this regard.
Strategic, Spatial & Economic Planning relate to interventions that give land and its use guidance and spatial form designed to benefit the interests of the people. Whilst planning interventions are unable to address all needs, the objective of such activities is the optimal result for the most number of people. Examples of strategic, spatial and economic planning initiatives include Development Planning (Integrated Development Planning, Land Use Planning, Urban and Rural Planning), Mitigation strategies, Housing and Land Reform, GIS and Database Management, Local Economic Development Regeneration Plans, Business Plans.