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The rise of economic development overlay districts in response to industrial land loss: insights from survey and case study research
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-01-15)
This research considered overlay districts as one technique to supersede Euclidian zoning, broaden its application to regulate land use, promote retention of industrial space and improve job development. Since the 1950s ...
Statements of intent in zoning ordinances
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1964-05)
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1956-08)
Formers versus zoners; how and why communities shift to form-based zoning
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11-14)
City design has long been recognized as predicated on power. Planners have the power to regulate the use and form of privately owned land—an enormous task. Zoning is the foundation of city planning. The caliber of cities' ...
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1961-05)
Planning for truck terminal districts
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1965-12)
What constitutes spot zoning?
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1961-08)
Designing density: increasing functionality through flexibility in single family neighborhoods
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-29)
American cities have only recently come of age in the global sense. Therefore, most of our land use regulations have emphasized greenfield development issues over those of a mature city. The next wave of city building ...
The evaluation of the imact of form-based code and conventional zoning on Fort McPherson redevelopment
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-27)
As an emerging urban design tool, form-base codes have been increasingly used by urban planners and designers since the 1980s. Focusing on the actual built environment, form-based codes can provide more predictable results ...
Urban Agrigulture, Atlanta, & the Regulatory Context
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011)
PROBLEM: A growing body of research investigates the relationship between the built environment and health, specifically the health consequences for those with inadequate access to affordable and healthy food—because there ...