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Form-based code standards adopted for four subject areas in Rowlett, TX.
The City of Dover has New Hampshire's first form-based code. Adopted in 2010 after a community driven process, the code covers the Central Business District (CBD). Two projects have been developed utilizing the FBC standards.
City Council adopts new form-based zoning regulations for its downtown. The new code aims to provide certainty to the community about what will be built and certainty to the development community and property owners about what the rules are.
The Downtown Mobile Alliance hires firm to overhaul the downtown zoning regulations.
The creation of a master plan and implementation program for the redevelopment of a 3-mile segment of Airport Boulevard is nearly complete. The article discusses the plan process thus far and the public/private partnership to finance the extensive redevelopment objectives.
The Oceanfront form-based code was approved by the City Council.
The Virginia Beach City Council considers new form-based zoning regulations for the Oceanfront strategic growth area. The proposed code aims to create a pedestrian-friendly environment and eliminate restrictions separating residential and commercial development.
The first day of Cincinnati's Urban Design Workshop was a success. Particpants learned about form-based zoning codes and had the opportunity to provide meaningful input on the future of their City.
How FBCs promise to provide clarity to the approvals process, satisfy neighbors and developers, and even save the city some money.
Attorney and FBCI course graduate Partick Venne offers Auburn and Lewiston board members a scheme to help encourage downtown development that is pedestrian-friendly and would invite investment.