Land Market Monitoring for Smart Urban Growth
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2001 - Business & Economics - 366 pages
The fundamental debate about urban growth--no growth, slow growth, go growth--will never be resolved, but there is general agreement that it will occur and that it needs some type of management. This book asserts that measuring the type, location, amount, and rate of urban growth can lead to a better understanding of urban growth processes and growth management policy. The authors offer insight into landmarket monitoring, an important and emerging subfield of urban growth management.
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Identifying Vacant and Buildable Land
Identifying Environmental Constraints to
The Supply and Capacity of Infill and Redevelopment
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