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Browsing by Subject "land use policy"

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  • Harden, John (Southern New Hampshire University, 2003)
    Lowell, MA is currently implementing an urban renewal project in the Acre neighborhood of the city. Commonly known as the Acre Plan, this 20-year project was created with input from residents and others in the city, as ...
  • Shankle Jr., Dean E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2004)
    The existence of a balanced supply of housing is vital to the economic and social health of a community. This includes the need for adequate and affordable housing for the local workforce and low- and moderate-income people ...
  • Fitzgerald-Large, Dianne (Southern New Hampshire University, 1995)
    As stated in the thesis project "Community Economic Development begins with the belief that small communities can be viable, and that local people can take charge of their own development, and effect the future direction ...
  • Henzy, Matt (Southern New Hampshire University, 2001)
    The purpose of the Hess Site Re-Use Planning Project was to maximize community control in the redevelopment of a former oil tank complex in East Boston, Massachusetts (US). The goal of the project was to ensure that plans ...
  • Valeriano, Joan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007)
    Inclusionary zoning is a tool used by municipalities to link the production of affordable housing to new market rate construction. It is implemented to preserve and promote the affordability of local housing stock for low ...
  • Kessy, Joseph Didas (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    Community Land Regularization in Ubungo Darajani stemmed from common problems in the community. These include poor vehicular accessibility, increasing land conflict and fear of eviction by the government due to insecure ...
  • Uberoi, Dan (Southern New Hampshire University, 1992)
    The following is an applied thesis in Community Economic Development. Its contents are written using a reflective approach. The Project relates to a rural community in central Nova Scotia, Canada, called the Wentworth ...
  • Zink, Olivia (Southern New Hampshire University, 2006)
    Water is a basic human right that is critical to economic growth, therefore it should be kept in the public trust with collective ownership by the citizens. No economic activity takes place without it. This project looks ...