Zoning and Land Use Controls

Author: Patrick J. Rohan

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Category: Land use

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Understanding the Law of Zoning and Land Use Controls

Author: D. Barlow Burke

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 9780769863771

Category: Land use

Page: 400

View: 919


Enforcing Zoning Land use Controls

Kelly advocates rules that follow "KISS" (Keep It Short and Sweet). By instituting plans that are friendly to both citizens and inspectors, land-use ordinance violations can more easily be located and corrected.

Author: Eric D. Kelly

Publisher: Amer Planning Assn

ISBN: 9781611900293

Category: Architecture

Page: 30

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Modern land-use controls are often more complex than traditional zoning regulations. Variable controls--setbacks, average densities, lot sizes, and setback buffers--make plan checking more difficult; while other controls, such as those regulating temporary or movable signs, easily thwart inspectors.This report addresses administration and enforcement issues of modern land-use controls. Kelly advocates rules that follow "KISS" (Keep It Short and Sweet). By instituting plans that are friendly to both citizens and inspectors, land-use ordinance violations can more easily be located and corrected. He suggests mechanisms for reporting, communicating, and resolving ordinance violations. The goal is true fufillment of the community's land-use plan. Includes sample materials to help you implement your own enforcement mechanisms.

Fiscal Zoning and Land Use Controls

Author: Edwin S. Mills

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Category: Industrial location

Page: 205

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Land Use Controls

New to the Fifth Edition: A focus on affordability and the new conflicts over urban zoning A fully updated treatment of local administrative law Recent constitutional rulings, including up-to-date Supreme Court decisions on exactions and ...

Author: Robert C. Ellickson

Publisher: Aspen Publishers

ISBN: 1454897937

Category: Law

Page: 922

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Land Use Controls: Cases and Materials emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach that weaves historical, social, and economic causes and effects of legal doctrine. The casebook also brings out the functional relationships between formally unrelated routes of law—statutes, ordinances, constitutional doctrines, and common law—by focusing on their practical deployment, developers, neighbors, planners, politicians, and their empirical effects on outcomes like neighborhood quality, housing supply, racial segregation, and tax burdens. A thematic framework illuminates the connections among multiple topics under land law and gives attention to the factual and political context of the cases and aftermath of decisions. Dynamic pedagogy features original introductory text, cases, notes, excerpts from law review articles, and visual aids (maps, charts, graphs) throughout. New to the Fifth Edition: A focus on affordability and the new conflicts over urban zoning A fully updated treatment of local administrative law Recent constitutional rulings, including up-to-date Supreme Court decisions on exactions and regulatory takings Thoroughly updated notes, with recent cases, law review literature, and empirical studies Professors and students will benefit from: Distinguished authorship by respected scholars and professors with a range of expertise An interdisciplinary approach combining historical, social, political, and economic perspectives and offering dynamic opportunities for analysis along with broad legal coverage Concise but comprehensive treatment of the legal issues in private and public regulation of land development, including environmental justice, building codes and subdivision regulations, and the federal role in urban development A thematic framework illuminating connections among multiple discrete topics under land law and the factual and political context of cases and aftermath of decisions Excellent coverage and dynamic pedagogy

Land Use Planning and Control Law

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; ...

Author: Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer

Publisher: West Academic

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 795

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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.

Permit Systems

Author: Lee Nellis

Publisher: Council of Planning Librarians

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 10

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Land use Controls Annual

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Category: City planning

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Land Use Controls and Property Rights

Actually , nuisance law still applies in areas covered by zoning ; however , it is
more typically used to litigate or arbitrate land use disputes in unzoned rural and
urban areas . Excessive smoke , smell , and noise are common nuisances .

Author: John P. Lewis

Publisher: Land Use Publications Co.

ISBN: 9780979437502

Category: Land use

Page: 288

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Problems of Zoning and Land use Regulation

Introduction and Scope THIS DISCUSSION of the problems of land - use control
will focus on both the problems that have made government controls necessary ,
and the problems that have arisen from the application of government controls .

Author: American Society of Planning Officials

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Category: Cities and towns

Page: 80

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Prepared for the consideration of the National Commission on Urban Problems.

Zoning and Land Use Controls

52 See Bartke and Gage , Mobile Homes : Zoning and Taxation , 55 Cornell L.Q.
491 ( 1970 ) ; ocock and Bosselman , Exclusionary Zoning : Land Use Regulation
and Housing in the 1970's , ( Praeger Pub , Inc. , 1973 ) . But see New Jersey ...

Author: Patrick J. Rohan

Publisher:

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Category: Land use

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The Quiet Revolution in Land Use Control

While the Standard Act was a state enabling act , it was nonetheless an enabling
act , directed at delegating land use control to the local level , historically at the
city level where the problems which called zoning into being first arose .

Author: Fred P. Bosselman

Publisher:

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Category: Land tenure

Page: 327

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Land use Controls Quarterly

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Category: City planning

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Understanding the Law of Zoning and Land Use Controls

PREFACE Zoning , land use , and environmental regulation was one of my first
professional interests . My students in any course I taught in the early 1970s , can
attest to this . Trained as a city planner , I have long been familiar with the ...

Author: D. Barlow Burke

Publisher:

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Category: Land use

Page: 383

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Fiscal Zoning and Land Use Controls

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Planning for the Private Interest

"In this intriguing study, Patricia Burgess examines how both public and private land use controls affected urban growth and development in Columbus, Ohio.

Author: Patricia Burgess

Publisher: Ohio State University Press

ISBN: 0814206328

Category: Housing development

Page: 258

View: 693

"In this intriguing study, Patricia Burgess examines how both public and private land use controls affected urban growth and development in Columbus, Ohio. Burgess considers how real estate developers applied restrictive deed covenants in order to shape contemporary metropolitan areas, and she examines the simultaneous application of zoning to determine the role of the public sector. She also outlines the planning theory of zoning and measures the actual zoning against the goals of its earliest and strongest proponents, the reformist planners and lawyers of the early twentieth century." "Using Columbus and seven of its suburbs as a case study, Burgess relies on extensive research in public records - recorded plats, deeds, planning reports, and minutes and records of city and suburban planning commissions and zoning boards - to paint a picture of a changing metropolitan area, subdivision by subdivision, lot by lot. Both the private and public controls applied to these subdivisions and lots do much to explain why people live where they live and how our American cities came to be the way they are." "Planning for the Private Interest has implications for the individual landowner because most urban Americans live in zoned communities but have little understanding of how zoning works until their plans for their own property come into conflict with local ordinances. Moreover, studies of this nature indicate the subtle but formidable forces that influence both class and race relations in metropolitan areas and reveal solutions as well as impediments to resolving potential conflicts. Readable and engaging, Burgess's work will be of great interest to scholars and students of regional history, urban growth and development, city planning, and urban sociology."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Economics of Zoning Laws

Author: William A. Fischel

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801835629

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 742


Zoning and Land Use Controls

Author: Patrick J. Rohan

Publisher:

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Category: Land use

Page:

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Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law

This Hornbook introduces the fundamentals of land use planning and control law.

Author: Julian Juergensmeyer

Publisher: West Academic Publishing

ISBN: 9781634593069

Category:

Page:

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This Hornbook introduces the fundamentals of land use planning and control law. Subjects covered include the planning process, zoning, development permission, subdivision control law, and building and housing codes. Discusses constitutional limitations and the environmental aspects of land use controls. Explores aesthetic regulation, historic preservation, and agricultural land protection.

Current Trends and Practical Strategies for Land Use Law and Zoning

... vesting " refers generally to the notion that a land use application , under the
proper conditions , will be considered ... and Local Gov't Law , ABA , 2001 ) ;
David L. Callies , Development Agreements , Zoning And Land Use Controls , ch
.

Author: Patricia E. Salkin

Publisher: American Bar Association

ISBN: 9781590314173

Category: Law

Page: 221

View: 626

This useful guide is a compilation of significant trends in land use law, featuring landmark court decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal district courts and state high courts.