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Planning And Control Of Land Development

Author : Daniel R. Mandelker
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043857403
Genre : Business & Economics
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Public Planning And Control Of Urban And Land Development Cases And Materials 1976 Supplement

Author : Donald G. Hagman
ISBN : UCAL:B4393465
Genre : City planning and redevelopment law
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Public Planning And Control Of Urban Land Development

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The Relationship Between Development Plans Development Control And Appeals

Author : H. W. E. Davies
ISBN : 0704908425
Genre : City planning
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Land Resource Economics And Sustainable Development

Author : Gerrit C. Van Kooten
ISBN : 0774804459
Genre : Business & Economics
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'This text seeks to provide an introduction to issues of land use and the economic tools that are used to resolve land-use conflicts. In particular, tools of economic analysis are used to address allocation of land among alternative uses in such a way that the welfare of society is enhanced. Thus, the focus is on what is best for society and not what is best for an individual, a particular group of individuals, or a particular constituency. What this text seeks to provide is a balanced and just approach to decision-making concerning allocation of land.' -- from the Introduction Land Resource Economics and Sustainable Development has already been tested, in a slightly different format, on over 400 students in a number of upper-level undergraduate and lower-level graduate courses. It presents a pragmatic approach to the issues of land use and sustainable development, and breaks away from the narrow focus of most economics texts on resources as it takes into account current political and ecological concerns while at the same time providing readers with the essential economic tools for a rational discussion of land use conflicts. Land Resource Economics and Sustainable Development addresses a wide range of issues not covered in other economics texts. These include: soil erosion; wetlands preservation; global climatic change; urban/rural conflict; urban land use; range management; forest management; and public land management. The broad scope and practical perspective make Land Resource Economics and Sustainable Development useful to students, interdisciplinary researchers, and professional economists and managers working in the fields of economic development, the environment, agriculture, and forestry. Both U.S. and Canadian data are used throughout the text to illustrate the issues discussed in the book.

Land Use Controls Annual

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ISBN : UCAL:$B693255
Genre : City planning
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Land Use Planning And Control Law

Author : Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer
ISBN : 0314212035
Genre : Law
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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.

From Sprawl To Sustainability

Author : Robert H. Freilich
ISBN : 1604428120
Genre : City planning and redevelopment law
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Japan Real Estate Investment

Author : Mary Alice Hines
ISBN : 1567203744
Genre : Business & Economics
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From her long experience, research, and talks with international real estate investors, analysts, and marketing executives, Dr. Hines identifies succinctly and precisely the differences between investing in Japanese real estate and real estate elsewhere--the crucial differences that real estate professionals must know and understand. The only up-to-date book in English on the subtleties of the real estate investment enterprise in Japan, her book shows how the Japanese economic environment is having its effect on real estate there, how foreign investors are influencing the value of property and the systems to analyze it, and why the financing of real estate in Japan through loan and equity securitization is on the rise. Her book will be especially valuable to international real estate professionals, but also to corporate decision makers in international finance, banking, and investment, as well as to economists and public policy specialists throughout the field of global business.

Spatial Planning Systems In Western Europe

Author : G. Larsson
ISBN : 9781607501961
Genre : Architecture
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A general trend in our modern society is a growing complexity. It is therefore logical that in most countries there has been a definite tendency to give weight to issues of adapting also the physical space to this complexity and to find methods to do this in an efficient way, giving satisfactory use of land and other natural resources. During the twentieth century we have seen a very active development of legal instruments for this purpose, aimed at steering spatial planning and plan implementation according to the objectives and policies chosen. This book tries to present basic information of how different countries within the chosen area have tried to solve the problem of establishing suitable systems of steering spatial development by means of planning and implementation measures. For this purpose summary descriptions of the connected formal regulations in each country are given in an appendix while a comparative presentation and discussion forms the main text. This will give the interested reader an overview of the current systems in Western Europe, how they have influenced each other but still in many parts differ from each other.

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