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The revised MSN consists of the covering Notes on the general provisions of the OZPs; a set of user schedules which lists out the uses that are always permitted under Column 1, and uses requiring planning permission from the Board under Column 2 of the Notes for various zones; and remarks which set out the specific development restrictions and other requirements for individual zones.
To allow greater flexibility in the use of land, Broad Use Terms BUTs are also introduced to group uses of similar nature and planning implications together. For more systematic presentation and easy understanding, all BUTs and existing use terms are categorized into 18 groups. A set of explanatory notes and a table listing out the 18 groups of BUTs as well as the subsumed uses under each BUT are available at the Board's website for the reference of the general public.
This set of revised DoTs is also available at the Board's website for the reference of the general public.
All statutory plans currently in force will be suitably amended to reflect the revised MSN when opportunity arises. The MSN is intended for general reference only. It may be updated and revised from time to time. Statutory planning control applicable to individual area is stipulated in the relevant statutory plan, if any, in force for the specific area.
All statutory plans currently in force are viewable from the Board's website under the e-Statutory Plans system. In case of doubt, clarification should always be sought from the Secretariat of the Board or the Planning Information and Technical Administration Unit of the Planning Department. Some uses are marked with asterisks in the user schedules as these uses may only be permitted or found in certain areas.
They may be added to the Notes where appropriate, taking into the local circumstances. In drawing up the Notes for individual OZPs, suitable changes to the user schedules, the planning intention and remarks for various zones may be made to meet local requirements. Back To Top. Explanatory Notes 1. The schedule of uses are worked out according to the following principles: Column 1: a the use will achieve the planning intention of the zone; b the use is in line with the planning intention and would support the zoned use locally or in a wider district context; c the use is compatible with the zoned use and has no major planning implications; or d the use is commonly found in the zone for historical reasons and has no major planning implications.
Column 2: a the use will achieve the planning intention of the zone, but may have planning implications, such as traffic, environmental or infrastructure impacts on the area; b the use will support the zoned use in a wider district context, but may have planning implications; or c the use is commonly found in the zone for historical reasons but it may not be compatible with the planning intention and the zoned use.Double your dating tpb
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