An Issue-Based Land-Use Planning Processby Stephen C. Lockwood, Principal; Alan M. Voorhees & Assocs., McLean, Va.,
Serial Information: Journal of the Urban Planning and Development Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 1, Pg. 41-47
Document Type: Journal Paper
The focus of land-use planning has changed from a regional goal-oriented map-making to the local level. To help facilitate the difference in focus, certain legal and quasi-legal approaches have been developed. A major challenge facing land-use planning today is the integration of new local development guidance techniques into the context of a continuing issue-responsive technically convincing long-range regional context. Land-use planning must be redefined in terms of a process of guiding the development and use of land in a manner that is responsive to fiscal, legal, and ecological impact constraints, and social and economic objectives.
Subject Headings: Land use | Legal affairs | Social factors | Mapping | Economic factors | Ecosystems
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