Municipal subdivision review: identifying problems and innovations to streamline the process

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Publication Type report
School or College College of Architecture and Planning
Department Department of City & Metropolitan Planning
Author Vance, Mitchell
Contributor Stacy Harwood; Divya Chandreasekhar; Michael Larice; Stephen Goldsmith; Michael Clay; Alec Barton; Kate Morrell; Phil Keoghan
Title Municipal subdivision review: identifying problems and innovations to streamline the process
Date 2018
Description Under our current form of government, all development is governed by requirements and standards. Traditionally, regulations are intended to produce preferred outcomes by protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the community that enacted them. Whether dealing with building heights, land uses, road widths, or standards for construction, government-imposed regulations are meant to serve the interests of the "public". These interests are so complex, however, that we often see government regulation interfering with what may actually be best for a community. Systems within a community are increasingly interconnected, which results in both positive and negative impacts to these systems when any new development occurs.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject City planning; Community engagement
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Mitchell Vance
Format Medium application/pdf
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Setname ir_cmp
Date Created 2019-09-11
Date Modified 2019-09-11
ID 1455721
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6bc8kbz
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