Spatial Planning Systems In Western Europe

Author: G. Larsson
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1607501961
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Everywhere, land was the main source of production and income. The land
market was also fairly underdeveloped, which increased the need for public
influence and direction. Successively, the means for taking such actions were
improved by an increasingly strengthened bureaucracy; the servants of the State
who implemented official policy. In Western Europe the interest in land use and
development planning under public control grew during the first half of the
twentieth century, ...

From Sprawl To Sustainability

Author: Robert H. Freilich
Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781604428124
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Donald Hagman, Public Planning And Control Of Urban Land Development 386 (
1973). 80. Golden v. Planning Bd. of Ramapo, 30 N.Y.2d 359, 285 N.E.2d 291,
334 N.Y.S.2d 138 (1972). 81. The decision in Ramapo immediately became the
subject of many articles dealing with the police power authority for growth
management. See, e.g., Robert Freilich, Golden v. Town of Ramapo: Establishing
a New Dimension in American Planning Law, 4 Urb. Law. ix (1972); Fred
Bosselman, Can ...

Politics And Public Policy In Hawai I

Author: Zachary Alden Smith
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791409497
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Hawai'i has the most sophisticated and complete system of land-use planning
and control in the United States — and perhaps the world.1 This is not because
the state has a limited supply of land, though, of course, it does. ... Stringent state
land-use planning controls, which result in ninety-five percent of the state's land
area being restricted to agricultural and conservation uses, combined with a lack
of public facilities (roads, water, sewer) to support development in many parts of ...

Advances In Case Based Reasoning

Author: Susan Craw
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540461191
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These systems are of very limited success because of the bottleneck in
knowledge elicitation in developing the expert system [9]. With increasing use of
case-based reasoning (CBR) in many fields, attempt has also been made in
using it in land development control [18], [19]. Among all the activities of urban
planning, land development control is most suitable for the application of case-
based reasoning because very often decision are based on decisions of similar
precedent cases [19] ...