The aim here is to include all spatially relevant government sectors with their respective policies and come up with mechanisms of conflict resolution and better co-operation between sectors. One example is roads departments on one hand and forest departments on the other. The policy on forests provides a goal of extending forest cover in the state, although no land is available for that purpose. Roads departments need to take care of noise emission when building new highways. The effective utilisation of the space for roads can be managed through co-operation between these departments.

At the same time, a manual for the preparation of regional and district plans is being developed in parallel to the preparation of demonstration plans. The manual provides a toolkit of instruments and guidelines for regional planning and complements already existing guidelines for urban planning. Demonstration areas are taken as living examples and showcase specific challenges in preparing the plan.