Breaking the development logjam: new strategies for building community support

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ULI-the Urban Land Institute, Jan 1, 2006 - Architecture - 120 pages
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This book explains in plain terms how developers and planners can involve the community in the development process using the latest community engagement tools. It describes why, in these days of more complex projects and development approval procedures, it pays to win citizen support rather than fight opposition.

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Contents

Making Room at the Table
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Crafting a Strategy for Community Engagement
16
Making It Happen Achieving Community Acceptance 33

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About the author (2006)

Douglas R. Porter is one of the nation's leading authorities on growth management at the state, regional, and local level. He formed the nonprofit Growth Management Institute in 1992 to conduct research and education in growth management policies and practices. He lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.