The land use allocation framework would contribute to the proper management and development of the area. This study attempts to design an efficient and science-based method to achieve the best land use allocation. The concept assumes that the best land use allocation is influenced by integrated components. The methodology would be useful as an area development approach to determine the goods and services on the basis of sustainability and contribute to policymakers in creating guidelines relevant to forestry, environment, and rural development and management. The output of the study would also facilitate policy formulation in a manner that could minimize adverse impacts resulting from unplanned and undesirable land use allocation. Furthermore, the study would contribute to making appropriate recommendation to the stakeholders about the best land use allocation. It would also generate the advancement of science and technology in forestry and environmental resources. Hopefully, this study would provide planners and decision-makers with a better basis for integrated land use planning and implementation of management strategies in the process of sustainable rural development.