What is a town plan?

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Town and country planning is the way of making decisions on the development and use of land with tools for guiding and facilitating development and regeneration in a way that also preserves the best features of our environment.
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Town planning is the process of making decisions on the use and development of land in the town. It is a tool that is used to guide and facilitate development in a way that also ensures that the best features of the environment are also preserved. In most cases, experts are required to help in decision making during town planning.
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