Revised Policy was approved by the NCD Physical Planning Board at Meeting No. 07/2013, 28th November 2013.
Liklik stoas are normally small shop structures usually located in front of residential allotments which sell goods that are basic items regularly purchased such as rice, tinned fish, tinned meat, soft drinks etc. Where liklik stoas are sited within any zone, apart from a commercial zone, they also need planning permission under Section 72 of the Physical Planning Act as a "non-conforming use".
The Liklik Stoa Policy sets out a guide for the development of liklik stoas throughout the NCD through the 11 principles that comprise this Policy. It is intended to be used by both applicants and case officers of the NCD Physical Planning Office.
Click to download the Liklik Stoa Policy.