ITPSL Annual General Meeting 2019
The Annual General Meeting of the ITPSL for the year 2019 will be held on March 30, 2019, following the Annual Sessions and members' get-together, which will be held on March 29, 2019. The details are circulated among the membership.
Circular: PLANNING CERTIFICATION OF SURVEY PLANS
The ITPSL has issued a circular to all its members regarding the planning certification for the Land Subdivision, Amalgamation etc. Please follow the link to access the details.
Higher Diploma in Urban Planning (Part II Examination)
The Board of Education (BOE) of the Institute of Town Planners Sri Lanka invites applications from eligible candidates to follow the course of Higher Diploma in Urban Planning conducted by CURP the training arm of the Institute.
Cities Rise to the Challenge – Sustainable Mobility
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SLTDA to call proposals to develop master plans for Kuchchaweli and Kalpitiya tourism zones
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The Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) is to develop master plans for sustainable tourism development activities in Kuchchaweli Beach Tourism Zone and Kalpitiya Tourism Zone within six months, in order to lease out land plots for investors.
SLTDA will call for Request for Proposal (RFP) from consultancy firms to develop master plans for two tourism zones from next week onwards.
The selected bidders are expected to conduct preliminary studies, develop designs for the zones, prepare guidelines for each land plot for development, and prepare guidelines for transport and infrastructure facilities.
In addition, they are also expected to develop a marketing strategy and an investment plan for the Kalpitiya Tourism Zone to brand Kalpitiya as a unique destination with innovative products and retain its positioning as a top-ranking island resort destination.
Speaking to Mirror Business, an SLTDA official said they plan to attract investments for sustainable community-based tourism activities for the 510-acre Kuchchaweli Tourism Zone. According to him, Kuchchaweli is expected to be developed as a signature tourism resort in order to develop the Eastern Province by attracting investments to create employment opportunities and create demand for link industries such as fishing, agriculture in the area... [read more]
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The Institute of Town Planners Sri Lanka (ITPSL) was established under the provisions of Parliament Act No 23 of 1986 is the Professional Body responsible for enhancing the Town Planning Profession in Sri Lanka. The ITPSL currently has over three hundred full memberships and works closely with the leading urban planning related agencies in Sri Lanka.