Manual on Urban Planning - Chapter IX: Plan Implementationby Herman L. Danforth,
Serial Information: Journal of the Urban Planning and Development Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 2, Pg. 145-157
Document Type: Journal Paper
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This chapter of the forthcoming Urban Planning Manual is concerned primarily with governmental regulation as a means of improving the urban environment. Considered in some detail are the legal, judicial, and administrative aspects of the various types of regulation, including subdivision control, zoning, and building codes. A primary objective is to promote better mutual understanding and cooperation between the builder and developer, on the one hand, and the legislator and public administrator on the other. Two related areas are also considered, urban renewal and redevelopment, and citizen participation and support.
Subject Headings: Urban development | Team building | Legal affairs | Zoning | Legislation | Building codes
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