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Planning Profession Act, 2002

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To provide for the establishment of the South African Council for Planners as a juristic person; to provide for different categories of planners and the registration of planners; to authorise the identification of areas of work for planners; to recognise certain voluntary associations; to protect the public from unethical planning practices; to maintain a high standard of professional conduct and integrity; to establish disciplinary mechanisms and an Appeal Board; and to provide for incidental matters.


Last update: January 2021

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Latest Developments:


The Planning Profession Act, 2002 (Act No. 36 of 2002) has been updated by the publishing of a Manual for the Calculation of Guideline Professional Fees by persons Registered in terms of the Act and for that charged by Professional Planners and Technical Planners as contemplated by Section 29 of the Act, as per Notice No. 14 of GG 44089, dated 21 January 2021.


The Planning Profession Act, 2002 (Act No. 36 of 2002) has been added to the website as per Notice No. 1390 dated 7 November 2002.