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Land Use Planning Made Plain

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ISBN-10: 0802085520

ISBN-13: 9780802085528

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Hok-Lin Leung

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List price: $42.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Publication date: 3/15/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 302
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.92" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 2.112
Language: English

Hok-Lin Leungis Director and Professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Queen's University.

Preface to the Second Edition/Acknowledgments
Why Plan?
Land Use and Land Use Planning
Public Interest Elements in Planning
The Actors in Land Use Planning
The Debate about the Mandate of Land Use Planning
Physical Planning
Positive Planning
Comprehensive Planning
A Plan for Planning
Purpose
Problem Identification
Goals and Objective
Participation
Information
Planning Area
Information Categories
The User
Population
User Needs
Households
Firms
Institutions
User Surveys
Land Information
Environmental Attributes
Development Attributes
Transportation Information
Vehicular Traffic
Transit
Pedestrian and Bicycle Traffic
Infrastructure Information
Water Supply
Wastewater
Storm Water
Guidance Systems
Maps and Geographic Information Systems
Maps
Geographic Information Systems
Conclusion
Analysis
Analytic Approaches
Planning Standards
Open Space
Siting
Sizing
Residential Use
Neighbourhood
Housing
Siting
Sizing
Residential Density
Allocating Residential Land
Other Land Uses in a Residential Community
Industrial Use
Siting
Sizing
Retail and Commercial Uses
Siting
Sizing
Community Facilities
Mixed Uses
Land Supply
Vacant Land
Brownfields
Transportation
Roads and Traffic
Transit (and Transit Node Development)
Pedestrians and Cyclists
Telecommuting and Teleshopping
New Directions
Other Infrastructure
Water Supply
Wastewater
Storm Water
Conclusion
Synthesis
The Good City
The Modernists
New Urbanism
Ecological Perspectives
Other Approaches - Multiculturalism and Feminist Perspectives
A Concluding Remark
The Dynamics of Ideal Environs
Strategic Choices
Urban Texture
Siting Priorities
Separation Versus Mixing
Redevelopment Versus Rehabilitation
Demand Management or Capacity Expansion
The Intelligent and Creative Planner
Plan Evaluation
Goal-Explicit Techniques
Goal-Implicit Techniques
Conflict Resolution
Graphics
Typical Contents of a Land Use Plan
Implementation (Control-Oriented)
Development Control in the United States
Zoning Regulations
Zoning Procedures
Zoning Variations
Development Control in Canada
Development Control in Practice
Administrative Issues
Conclusion
Implementation (Action-Oriented)
Capital Works Programming
Land Acquisition and Assembly
Development Corporations and Public-Private Partnerships
Community Improvement
Development Fees
Conclusion
The Land Use Planner
Who is the Land Use Planner?
Planning Education
Planning Beliefs
Planners and City Future
Conversion Tables
References