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by Robert H. Freilich

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ISBN:
1570737193
Author:
Robert H. Freilich
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Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
American Bar Association (June 3, 2003)
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346 pages
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book by Robert H. by Robert H. A step-by-step guide-complete with proven cases from around the country-showing how states and local governments can control sprawl, maintain urban areas, enlarge their quality of life through new urban and mixed use developments,.

The book describes how smart growth tools have been used around the country, explains initiatives state by state, and discusses strategies for preservation of rural land, such as transfer of development rights.

Freilich RH (1999) From sprawl to smart growth-successful legal, planning, and environmental systems

Freilich RH (1999) From sprawl to smart growth-successful legal, planning, and environmental systems. American Bar Association, Chicago. Galster G, Hanson R, Woman H, Coleman S, Friebage J (2000) Wrestling sprawl to the ground: defining and measuring an elusive concept. Hous Policy Debate 12:681–717.

Freilich, Robert . 2003. From Sprawl to Smart Growth: Successful Legal, Planning, and Environmental Systems. The successful establishment of the greenbelt around London during the 1930s acted as an inspiration for postwar planners in the United Kingdom and in other countries. American Bar Association.

Robert h. freilich, from sprawl to smart growth: successful legal, planning, and environmental systems 321 (1999). traditionally been purely locally based land use decision making. 29 Today, the smart growth movement focuses more on bottom-up, rather than top-down, processes. Part II. Smart Growth Offers a Challenge to the Early.

14 See Robert H. Freilich, From Sprawl to Smart Growth: Successful Legal, Planning, and Environmental . Freilich, From Sprawl to Smart Growth: Successful Legal, Planning, and Environmental Systems 2 (1999). 45 First- and second-ring suburbs refer to the first two layers of growth that build up around a city core. See Freilich, supra note 14, at 7–8. 46 Id. at 16. 47 See id. 48 See, . James H. Wickersham, Note, The Quiet Revolution Continues: The Emerging New Model for State Growth Management Statutes, 18 Harv.

ed. of: From sprawl to smart growth. The Ramapo Plan The First Sustainable Solution to the Problem of Sprawl. Los Angeles, CA: Robert H. Freilich is Visiting Professor at the UCLA School of Law and a partner at the Los Angeles, California law firm of Freilich & Popowitz, LLP. 37. Coming to Ramapo. 38. The Basis for Growth Controls. Lees Summit, MO: S. Mark White is recognized as an expert in zoning and subdivision law, form-based zoning and new urbanism, land-use and takings litigation, housing, development of comprehensive growth management plans, and implementation systems. Библиографические данные.

Find nearly any book by Robert H Freilich. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Model Subdivision Regulations. ISBN 9780918286888 (978-18286-88-8) Hardcover, Routledge, 1995.

Freilich, Robert H. 1999. From Sprawl to Smart Growth: Successful Legal, Planning, and Environmental System. Creating Successful Communities: A Guidebook to Growth Management Strategies. Chicago, Il.

A step-by-step guide-complete with proven cases from around the country-showing how states and local governments can control sprawl, maintain urban areas, enlarge their quality of life through new urban and mixed use developments,.
  • Nuadora
As one of the other reviewers pointed out, this is a good introduction to modest, relatively noncontroversial things local governments can do to slow suburban sprawl, such as requiring development and infrastructure to move together. But I wish Freilich had been a little less optimistic, and focused more on how inadequate such steps sometimes are. For example, Portland and Minneapolis both have variations on urban growth boundaries, and Freilich praises the Minneapolis program. However, the Minneapolis program has basically been a failure: the Twin Cities keep losing people because the growth boundary includes far more land than the Portland version. Also, I would have emphasized that sprawl is a result not only of land use but of highway and education policy.
  • Kanal
This is a must-read for any city, county or region that is considering a growth management system. Dr. Freilich is one of the pioneers in American growth management systems, and his personal experience in designing the systems is an invaluable resource. In response to Lewyn's comments, linking growth and infrastructure can be VERY controversial. If not done properly, it can lead to invalidation or takings liability. Even if done properly, a variety of stakeholder - including neighborhoods, the development and building community, and local administrators - usually weigh in heavily. The controversies can be particularly intense during the formative stages of the program. No jurisdiction should undertake this type of system without learning the lessons gleaned from this outstanding book.
  • Peles
This book provides an excellent introduction to the planning techniques for directing and focusing development available to state and local governments and a critical assessment of how they have been used in a variety of local and regional settings.At a time when state and local competition for available land has become increasingly intense, an understanding of the legal and policy bases of these approaches and the different ways in which they might be used in planning is critical to finding ways to accommodate legitimate public goals to the expectations of property owners.
  • Thordira
No one but Robert Freilich could maintain that the past 35 years of his life has been dedicated to combatting urban sprawl. When most of us hadn't graduated from law school, he was giving his own unique brand of "thoughtful consideration" to a critical issue which most communities had yet to recognize. Robert's book is an exceptionally informative volume, combining history of law, politics, and planning with a dash of autobiography. A great read!
  • Kazijora
Professor Freilich's book, From Sprawl To Smart Growth, is both timely and timeless. It arrives at a time when management of unbridled sprawl has never been higher on the political agendas of all levels of government. It is timeless because it offers a variety of options for effectively controlling urban growth that will be relevant far into the new millenium for fostering the livability of our American communities.
  • Saberblade
"From Sprawl To Smart Growth" belongs on the "must read" list of anyone working to combat urban sprawl. Bob Freilich brings 30 years of first-hand experience to this complex topic, and he tackles it with great enthusiasm and a unique historical perspective.
  • VariesWent
Finally, a book that really explains how growth management works. From Sprawl To Smart Growth details the important ways in which Bob Freilich has shaped successful growth management programs in this country.