Community development and planning for the 21st century Publication time: 2016 content introduction As the saying goes, if you don't plan, then prepare for failure. Community Development and Planning for the 21st Century provides a brilliant overview of planning, explains the elements of a master plan, and describes the means to achieve it. Community Development and Planning for the 21st Century uses North American practices and case studies. For students and practitioners, it is an ideal "introduction to planning." This book enables them to comprehensively understand the complex interactions with planning-related content. For planners, this book can be regarded as a copy. Reference books on planning issues and policies; for local officials, "Community Development and Planning for the 21st Century" can help them understand the role of government in planning; for individual citizens, this book helps their participation Community planning. This book links planning issues with practice, covering everything from policy and projects to technical testing and practical case studies. A major feature of "Community Development and Planning in the 21st Century" is continuous research on Jiangcheng, a fictional community used for planning practice. This creative simulation exercise makes use of the information shown in the book and allows the reader to play the role of a local planner in the process of interacting with the information.
Contents Translators Acknowledgements Introduction Part I Planning Overview Chapter 1. Planning Practice Planning Profession What is planning?
Successful Skills Planner's Certified Compensation and Specialization Private Planner Planner Educational Planning Birth Summary Summary Chapter 2 Conceptual Planning Methods Important Planning Conceptual Methods Other Planning Concepts Summary of Traditional and Strategic Planning Methods Summary 3 Chapter Scope of Planning Responsibilities at the Federal, State, Regional, and Local Levels Planning for Federal and State Planning Regional and Local Planning Planning for Political Planning Local Roles Summary of Public Roles in Part 2 General Planning Chapter 4 Master Plan Overview Master Plan Overview Master Plan Preparation Master Plan Content Planning Limitations Summary Chapter 5 The Process of Planners and Urban Design The Importance of Urban Design for Planners Historical Perspectives Key Principles of Urban Design Design Procedures Ideas Community Future Summary Chapter 6 Urban Planning and Central District Revival Understanding Urban Structure Thinking About the Quality of Urban Development The Role of Downtown Retailing The Engine of Central District Revival Revival Smart Growth Urban Growth Boundary Summary Chapter 7 Importance of Housing for Planners Housing Population Characteristics Government role in housing Other Housing issues Alternative housing types Inclusive housing plans Mandatory regulation of housing and the private sector Summary Chapter 8 Historical protection and planning Historical protection movement Brief history Value of historical protection Historical protection and master planning Economic incentives for historical buildings Establishing history Summary of Protection and Sustainability of Block Management Regulations Chapter 9 Local Economic Development Creates Successful Economic Development Planning Evaluation Economic Development Planning Other Economic Development Strategies Organizations Promoting Economic Development Economic Development Projects State and Local Project Evaluation Information and Creation Incentives Summary 10 Chapter Transportation Planning Historical Development Impact of Transportation Role of Ministry of Transportation Infrastructure Design Transportation Model Role of Public Transport Personal Transportation Choice Design Life Summary Chapter 11 Environmental Planning Environmental System Federal and State Level Environmental Policies and Projects Local Level Environmental Planning Environment Resources are threatening sustainability and planning summary Chapter 12. Land Use Planning in Rural and Urban-Rural Transition Areas Rural Land Use in the United States Planning of Rural and Urban-Rural Transition Areas Mapping Rural and Urban-Rural Transition Areas Geographic Information Systems (GIs)
Summarize the implementation of the third part of the master plan. Chapter 13: Evolution of Land Use Controls. Foundations of U.S. Land Use Regulations. Early North American Land Use Models. Zoning as an Evolving Method. Summary. Chapter 14. Zoning and Other Land Use Control Measures. Deprivation zoning and master plan instead of conventional zoning. Negotiable selection. Performance zoning. Formal regulations. Religious land use and acceptance of personnel law. Rural zoning summary. Chapter 15. Land subdivision, site planning, and site planning review. Land subdivision, site planning, site planning review summary. 16 Chapter Asset Improvement Plan and Local Government Financing Asset Improvement Plan and Budget Asset Improvement Plan and Community Planning Process Summary of Local Government Financing Appendix A Jiangcheng Simulated City Appendix B Jiangcheng Master Plan (Excerpt)
Appendix C. Regulations of Jiangcheng District (Excerpt)
Annotation Special Terms Abbreviations and Acronyms Exercise List Selected Readings Graph Source Index