Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law

Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law

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Author: Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer


ISBN: 1634593065

Category: City planning and redevelopment law

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Softbound - New, softbound print book.
Categories: City planning and redevelopment law

The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education

The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education

Other options are to rely on so-called hornbooks or other restatements or treatises on the law, such as Jurgensmeyer and Roberts' (2013) hornbook on Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law or Mandelker's (2003) treatise on Land ...

Author: Nancey Green Leigh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317338994

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

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The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education is the first comprehensive handbook with a unique focus on planning education. Comparing approaches to the delivery of planning education by three major planning education accreditation bodies in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, and reflecting concerns from other national planning systems, this handbook will help to meet the strong interest and need for understanding how planning education is developed and delivered in different international contexts. The handbook is divided into five major sections, including coverage of general planning knowledge, planning skills, traditional and emerging planning specializations, and pedagogy. An international cohort of contributors covers each subject’s role in educating planners, its theory and methods, key literature contributions, and course design. Higher education’s response to globalization has included growth in planning educational exchanges across international boundaries; The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education is an essential resource for planners and planning educators, informing the dialogue on the mobility of planners educated under different national schema.
Categories: Architecture

Rethinking Urban Sprawl Moving Towards Sustainable Cities

Rethinking Urban Sprawl Moving Towards Sustainable Cities

Juergensmeyer, J.C. and T. Roberts (2013), Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law, Third Edition, Hornbook Series, West Academic, St. Paul, MN. Jun, M.-J. (2004), “The effects of Portland's urban growth boundary on urban ...

Author: OECD

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264189881


Page: 168

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This report provides a new perspective to the nature of urban sprawl and its causes and environmental, social and economic consequences.

What Do Design Reviewers Really Do Understanding Roles Played by Design Reviewers in Daily Practice

What Do Design Reviewers Really Do  Understanding Roles Played by Design Reviewers in Daily Practice

Land use planning and development regulation law 3D (Hornbook Series). West Academic. Kumar, S. (2002). Canadian urban design practice: A review of urban design regulations. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 11(2), 239.

Author: Joongsub Kim

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030056421

Category: Science

Page: 190

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This book provides an original contribution to the planning and design literature. Not only does it provide a fresh and finely grained examination of the daily challenges and opportunities of design review practice, but it does so in an ethnographically compelling way—through extensive references that convey and show what a distanced researcher could never adequately summarize and paraphrase. Architects, urban designers, and developers will learn about how they might work with design reviewers on the basis of the four significant roles that a design review staff plays frequently in the design review process. Faculty and students in architecture, urban design, and urban planning will learn about design governance, design regulations, design culture, participants, processes, and micropolitics in design and design reviews. There are possibly tens of thousands of design review boards in the United States that review proposals for building designs and site designs submitted by practitioners in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning, and urban development. Given this considerable professional context, the target audience of this book includes design reviewers, practitioners, scholars, educators, and students in the fields of architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, urban planning, and urban development.
Categories: Science

Changing Places

Changing Places

The Science and Art of New Urban Planning John MacDonald, Charles Branas, Robert Stokes ... Juergensmeyer and Roberts, Land use planning and development regulation law. 10. Glaeser, Edward L., and Bryce A. Ward, “The causes and ...

Author: John MacDonald

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691234434

Category: Social Science

Page: 210

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How the science of urban planning can make our cities healthier, safer, and more livable The design of every aspect of the urban landscape—from streets and sidewalks to green spaces, mass transit, and housing—fundamentally influences the health and safety of the communities who live there. It can affect people's stress levels and determine whether they walk or drive, the quality of the air they breathe, and how free they are from crime. Changing Places provides a compelling look at the new science and art of urban planning, showing how scientists, planners, and citizens can work together to reshape city life in measurably positive ways. Drawing on the latest research in city planning, economics, criminology, public health, and other fields, Changing Places demonstrates how well-designed changes to place can significantly improve the well-being of large groups of people. The book argues that there is a disconnect between those who implement place-based changes, such as planners and developers, and the urban scientists who are now able to rigorously evaluate these changes through testing and experimentation. This compelling book covers a broad range of structural interventions, such as building and housing, land and open space, transportation and street environments, and entertainment and recreation centers. Science shows we can enhance people's health and safety by changing neighborhoods block-by-block. Changing Places explains why planners and developers need to recognize the value of scientific testing, and why scientists need to embrace the indispensable know-how of planners and developers. This book reveals how these professionals, working together and with urban residents, can create place-based interventions that are simple, affordable, and scalable to entire cities.
Categories: Social Science

How Cities Will Save the World

How Cities Will Save the World

They include a co-authored treatise/hornbook on Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law that is widely used by law and planning practitioners and frequently cited by courts including the Supreme Court of the United States.

Author: Ray Brescia

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317120872

Category: Political Science

Page: 282

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Cities are frequently viewed as passive participants to state and national efforts to solve the toughest urban problems. But the evidence suggests otherwise. Cities are actively devising innovative policy solutions and they have the potential to do even more. In this volume, the authors examine current threats to communities across the U.S. and the globe. They draw on first-hand experience with, and accounts of, the crises already precipitated by climate change, population shifts, and economic inequality. This volume is distinguished, however, by its central objective of traveling beyond a description of problems and a discussion of their serious implications. Each of the thirteen chapters frame specific recommendations and guidance on the range of core capacities and interventions that 21st Century cities would be prudent to consider in mapping their immediate and future responses to these critical problems. How Cities Will Save the World brings together authors with frontline experience in the fields of city redevelopment, urban infrastructure, healthcare, planning, immigration, historic preservation, and local government administration. They not only offer their ground level view of threats caused by climate change, population shifts, and economic inequality, but they provide solution-driven narratives identifying promising innovations to help cities tackle this century’s greatest adversities.
Categories: Political Science

Sustainable Futures in Southern Africa s Mountains

Sustainable Futures in Southern Africa   s Mountains

Environ Dev Sustain 10 (2):179–192. 9058-z Juergensmeyer J, Roberts T (2013) Land use planning & development regulation law. Hornbook, s.l. Kaika M (2017) 'Don't call me resilient again!

Author: Andrea Membretti

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031157738

Category: Science

Page: 200

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This open access book presents multiple disciplinary perspectives on the challenges and opportunities for sustainable development in the South African mountain city of Phuthaditjhaba. These challenges are embedded in the complex environmental, socio-cultural and political contexts of the region. Established as the capital of the QwaQwa ‘homeland’ under Grand Apartheid, this city is now home to between 400,000 – 700,000 people but in many areas lacks formal infrastructure and services. Each chapter of this volume addresses a different aspect of the city’s development and all take the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a common framework to guide their reflections on potential sustainable futures for Phuthaditjhaba. While the circumstances in Phuthaditjhaba will be familiar to many researchers of informal and growing cities in developing regions, the mountain setting of the city brings its own set of challenges and opportunities linked to the rugged and steep terrain, remoteness and natural resources. This book serves to showcase the diverse research taking place in this emerging mountain city and provide reflections on how a sustainable future can be ensured for its environment and inhabitants.
Categories: Science

Adjudicating Climate Change

Adjudicating Climate Change

Second, while the New Zealand Resource Management Act provides the Environment Court with de novo review ... See jULIAN CONRAD jUERGENsMEYER 81 THOMAs E. ROBERTS, LAND UsE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATION LAW 3 5.33 (2003).

Author: William C. G. Burns

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521879705

Category: Law

Page: 413

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This book examines lawsuits over climate change that have been brought around the world. It can serve as a resource for those interested in the problem of climate change and in the role that courts are playing in climate regulation. The chapters analyze examples of cases in state, national, and international tribunals, as well as this litigation's broader significance.
Categories: Law

Land Use Planning and Control Law

Land Use Planning and Control Law

ners and municipal law specialists began to think of "zoning" as a "special" area in the 1930's, 40's and 50's, but few treatises, hornbooks, casebooks, manuals or law school courses were devoted to the subject before the 1960's.

Author: Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer

Publisher: West Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015047300622

Category: City planning and redevelopment law

Page: 914

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Comprehensive Plans and the Planning Process; Land Use Control by Zoning: History, Sources of Power and Purposes; Types of Zones and Uses; Types of Zoning Relief: Obtaining or Resisting Development Permission; Exclusionary Zoning; Subdivision Control Law; Building anti Housing Codes; Growth Management; Constitutional Issues; Environmental Aspects of Land Use Controls; Aesthetic Regulation and Historic Preservation; Agricultural Lands Protection and Preservation; Nuisances; Private Land Use Controls; The Power of Eminent Domain.
Categories: City planning and redevelopment law