Development Control Authority (DCA) of Antigua and Barbuda

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Antigua y Barbuda

The Development Control Authority (DCA) commenced operation on 8th August 1974. It is a statutory corporation governed by the Antigua and Barbuda Physical Planning Act of 2003, and is mandated to implement physical and land use planning and development functions in Antigua and Barbuda.

The DCA is charged with the responsibility to ensure orderly and progressive development of land in urban and rural areas to grant permission to subdivide or develop land; and to carry out related functions as described in the Physical Planning Act 2003.

The DCA’s goal is to dovetail physical, socio-economic and environmental factors which will promote development to levels in our nation that would benefit this and future generations.

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