The Job of the Practicing Planner
This practical handbook demystifies development review. It explains the tools of local regulation and the technical, bureaucratic, and organizational skills planners need to be effective. Solnit shows how to work with developers, evaluate projects, and use fiscal impact analysis. Includes a section on planning ethics, checklists, and tips on negotiating. Chapters by contributing authors cover subdivision plats, site plans, appearance codes, and writing zoning reports.
The Job of the Practicing Planner is a perfect introductory textbook in classes for planners and a practical handbook for people already on the job.
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Understanding the U S System of Land Use Controls Albert Solnit
Skills Needed to be an Effective Practicing Planner Albert Solnit
Working with the Developer and the Project Albert Solnit
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