Removing Regulatory Barriers to Walkable Development Outcomes

Start Date
10/03/2018
End Date
10/03/2018
Description
For much of the last 100 years, zoning has been focused on regulating use. In
this fifth generation of zoning, it is being used as tool to achieve desired
development outcomes. This session will introduce you to ways that traditional
outmoded zoning methods can be deconstructed and reconstructed to promote
and achieve desired development outcomes and reduce the regulatory risk of
development in urban and suburban areas.
Location
Washington, DC
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
1. Look at zoning differently and work within their communities to deconstruct their outdated zoning and reconstruct it with zoning that promotes desired walkable development patterns.
2. Think critically about how existing zoning regulations either serve as barriers to desired development patterns or promote them.
3. Reconsider zoning as tool to promote desired development outcomes rather than a hindrance.
4. Understand different zoning methodologies, including Form-Based, Euclidean, and Development Pattern Districting (DPD).
Instructors
Sean S. Suder, Esq., LEED AP, Lead Principal/Founder, Calfee Zoning,ssuder@calfee.com
Website Registration
Course Codes
POASLA.DesignDC.20181003.14
Provider
Potomac Chapter ASLA


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