Schéma National d’Aménagement du Territoire (SNAT) 2030

Plan Type: Sectoral Plan

Member State: Algeria

Coverage Period: -

Document Language: French

GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure GOAL 10: Reduced Inequalities GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities GOAL 15: Life on Land

Schéma National d’Aménagement du Territoire (SNAT) 2030 (2010-2030)

January 2010

The National Land Development Plan defines in a precise and pragmatic manner the State fundamental orientations for the next twenty years: to reconcile the two imperatives of land planning, namely restoring sustainable balance between the land major components and adapting the land to the contemporary economy requirements.

Pillars & Objectives

Pillar: Towards a sustainable territory: Integrate the ecological problem into the continental and territorial dimensions.
  • Build a sustainable territory, thus establishing a close link between land use planning and sustainability
  • Achieve the sustainability of water resources by protecting and enhancing them
  • Develop the territory by integrating water uses that are compatible with the preservation and renewal of water resources
  • Ensure the sustainability of water resources by satisfying water needs for the next 20 years
  • Promote soil conservation and the fight against desertification by developing a national soil conservation and desertification control plan
  • Promote soil conservation and the fight against desertification by including soil protection in an integrated land use planning strategy
  • Protect and rehabilitate ecosystems
  • Integrate the protection and enhancement of ecosystems in land use planning policy
  • Protect and valorize cultural heritage
Pillar: Create the dynamics of territorial rebalancing
  • Strike a new balance between the coastal fringe and inland areas and establish an urban system for territories
Pillar: Create the conditions for territorial attractiveness and competitiveness
  • Enhance the modernization and networking of public works, transport, logistics, and information and communication technologies
  • Upgrade and modernize large cities
  • Develop more integrated industrial development zones
  • Promote local development
  • Provide access to the international market
Pillar: Achieve territorial equity
  • Develop territories that are deemed underdeveloped and anticipate the development of areas that may be left behind by competition