This report will serve to establish the basic principles of Specialized Community Developments in addition to a more specific introduction to the initial efforts as will be introduced for the Verde Island Passage and more specifically, for the properties known as Verde Island and Ambil Island. The exact specifications for the plans are left blank in some places and incomplete in others. It should be noted that the reason for this is the prevalance of Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples within many of the locations wherein these special zones will be located, including the Ambil Island and Verde Island Projects. The Chase D. Sheddan Foundation is working hand-in-hand with local and national level tribes and tribal leaders to establish adaptive, unique protocols and systems within each community development inside of each zone. Additional efforts will be conducted in cooperation with local and domestic, national governments and similarly minded international organizations. In cases where the majority of the inhabitants are indigenous and/or aboriginal, more of the effort will be focused on working with the tribal leaders and the local populations. In cases of more historical (rather than cultural) importance and in certain environmental locations, efforts will be made to work with the more corporate system of governance in cooperation with other organizations which share the same ideology for cultural integrity, history, preservation and even reclamation to the extent that it is possible and beneficial.