Global Partnership Initiatives - Master Planning

By: Gpi  05/12/2011

Master Planning sets out the future of a nation or region.  A  Master Plan charts the major milestones in building a prosperous country/region for all the people, characterised by sustainable economic growth, greater social inclusion and balanced regional development.

Success of good planning is measured against Key Performance Indicators (KPI) which is set against each action. A monitoring group is required to drive and monitor progress on implementation of the plan and keep the stakeholders informed of the progress.

The actions of the Economic Plan are not ‘set in stone’. There is always opportunity for innovation and new ideas. The plan will be reviewed, monitored and evaluated regularly to ensure that the projects will yield results for the greater benefit of all.

GPI facilitates the preparation of National/Regional Development Planning.  Comprehensive Master Planning is essential to targeting areas of need and identifying areas of potential.  Master Planning is a process as opposed to a final document; it requires input from all of the current and potential stakeholders and a consultation process to identify the priorities and realities of the Nation/Region.  GPI will facilitate the process and then look to timeline the actions required to implement the development plan.  GPI will also monitor and evaluate the implementation of the process to ensure that maximum value is achieved.

Part of the Master Planning process is to streamline government services, attract investment, seek trade/employment opportunities, improve infrastructure, and improve quality of life for communities, through better education, healthcare, housing, and essential social facilities.


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