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  • The Government of Alberta is committed to monitoring the progress made toward achieving desired regional and provincial outcomes within regional plans. The first Land-use Framework Regional Plans Progress Report reviews the progress made in 2013. (Updated: August 2014) 


  • The South Saskatchewan Regional Plan was approved by Cabinet on July 23, 2014. This plan makes a clear statement about our long-term commitment to conservation, protection of watersheds, sustaining biodiversity and sensitive habitats, and to the continued growth and prosperity of southern Alberta. (Updated: July 2014) 


  • The Government of Alberta has established a Regional Advisory Council (RAC) for the North Saskatchewan Region to provide advice in the development of the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan. The 27 member council was appointed by Cabinet through a public and transparent nomination process. (Updated: July 2014) 


  • A three member Lower Athabasca Regional Plan (LARP) Review Panel was selected by the Stewardship Minister and appointed on June 23, 2014. These are the first panel members to be selected from a roster of qualified candidates. Panel members will consider six Requests for Review of the LARP and provide recommendations to the Government of Alberta on whether each applicant is directly and adversely affected by either a specific provision or provisions in the plan. (Updated: July 2014)   




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This site is prepared as an overview of land-use regional planning in Alberta. It is not a legal interpretation. Interested parties are encouraged to review the appropriate sections of the Alberta Land Stewardship Act, regional plans, related legislation and regulations. Refer to the Copyright and Disclaimer for terms of use.