According to the Physical Planning and Development Control Act, the Physical Planning Act must set out prescriptions for the use of land which represent the results of an integrated planning process and include all maps and descriptive matter necessary to illustrate the proposals made in it with such degree of detail as is appropriate to Grenada as a whole or the are of Grenada to which the plan relates. 

A Physical plan may as appropriate:

- Allocate land for conservation or for use or development for agricultural, residential, industrial, commercial, tourism or other purposes of any class specified in the plan. 

- Make provision for the development infrastructure, public buildings, open spaces and other public sector investment works