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Planning and Control of Land Development: Cases and Materials

  • Edition : 10th ed., 2020
  • Author(s) : Mandelker, Brown, Freeman
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Expanded and updated throughout, Planning and Control of Land Development: Cases and Materials continues the tradition of providing a comprehensive view of land use law integrated with a full review of planning practice and techniques that affect land use practice. This edition retains the organization, features and approaches that have made prior editions so well-received, but has been revised with several significant enhancements, including:
An introductory overview of planning at all levels of government in Chapter 1;
Expanded comprehensive treatment of Growth Management programs;
Principal cases "mapped" to help students visualize the facts and understand the legal principles;
This edition gives special attention to new model planning and land use legislation proposed by the American Planning Association's Growing Smart project. Excerpts and references to this legislation appear throughout the book.

Table of Contents includes:
An Introduction to Land Use Controls;
The Constitution and Land Use Controls: Origins, Limitations and Federal Remedies;
Control of Land Use by Zoning;
Equity Issues in Land Use: "Exclusionary Zoning" and Fair Housing;
The Zoning Process: Euclidean Zoning Gives Way to Flexible Zoning;
Controlling Residential Development;
Growth Management;
Aesthetics: Design and Advertising Controls and Historic Preservation.