Long-term development vision:  



Medium-term development plan:  

  • Medium-Term Development Strategy 2016 to 2020 
    • Seven flagship priorities: (1) adequate infrastructure, (2) strong tourism industry as an economic anchor, (3) transform barbuda into a green, low density, high-end tourism destination, (4) better utilization of marine space, (5) export of non-tourism services, (6) reducing the cost of energy and improving energy security and (7) better access to adequate housing


Other development plans: 

  •  Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy 2021-2023
  • Environmental Management Strategy and Action Plan
  • National Physical Development Plan - Antigua and Barbuda (NPDP)
    • The Sustainable Island Resource Management Zoning Plan (developed by consultants) currently acts as the legal update of the national physical development plan which is not available online. That plan comes under the Physical Planning Act 2003. The National Physical Development Plan (NPDP) stems from the Physical Planning Act of 2003. It is meant to provide a strategic, national spatial development policy framework that addresses current development issues, and provides a platform for feasible private and public sector development initiatives, reflecting local cultural values and aspirations over the next twenty years. The Sustainable Island Resource Management Zoning Plan (SIRMZP) of 2012 is itself designed to serve as a revised NPDP that meets the criteria of the Physical Planning Act. The SIRMZP seeks more specific options to optimise the productive use of environmental resources while protecting critical ecosystems and promoting the local economic development.