One-Hour Lecture

Using Subdivision Regulations in the 21st Century

March 12, 2014
4:00 to 5:00 p.m. ET

Subdivision regulations are a critical tool for land development regulation. They can address the demands of growing communities or the redevelopment of infill sites. In this lecture, learn the legal basis and parameters for subdivision controls. Explore standards for subdivision control and typical subdivision processes. The presenter will discuss new subdivisions, re-subdivision, plat vacation, and lot-line adjustments. A major focus is on how subdivision controls can be used alone — e.g. in rural communities that lack zoning, how they fit into a comprehensive regulatory system, and how they relate to zoning or form-based codes.

Panelist

Mark White, AICP
White & Smith, LLC | Planning and Law Group

Certification Maintenance

This audio/web conference has been approved for CM | 1.0


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Registration and Pricing

Live Program Only

  • AICP members $90/105
  • Non-AICP members $110/125

Live Program and Online Recording

  • AICP members $130/145
  • Non-AICP members $150/165

Unlimited number of attendees at a location


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