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: November 2002
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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.
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