Do You Have Capacity for Residential Growth?

APA Virginia Chapter


Monday, July 17, 2017
1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. EDT

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Cities, counties, and towns with areas of undeveloped land need to know how much residential capacity exists within areas slated for growth. Using GIS, Albemarle County staff developed a tool to assess the capacity of the designate growth areas to accommo date future population on greenfield sites. This session will provide the tools and methodology needed to know whether zoned land and land designated for residential development on the land use plan can accommodate projected future populations


Andrew Knupple

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Andrew Knuppel recently graduated with honors from the University of Virginia’s Bachelor of Urban & Environmental Planning program with a second major in Economics and a minor in Architecture. During his tenure as a student, he produced a comprehensive body of work, completing courses in each department of the School ... Read More

William Cockrell, AICP

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WILL COCKRELL, AICP Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission, Director of Planning Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization, MPO Coordinator Will Cockrell currently manages planning and urban transportation programs at the TJPDC and CA-MPO. His tenure at the TJPDC started in November of 2008. Prior to joining the Planning District, Will was the ... Read More

Zachary Herrman

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Elaine Echols, FAICP

Confirmed Speaker

Elaine K. Echols, FAICP Chief of Long Range Planning, Elaine has worked for Albemarle County for the past 20 years. She is the author of the AIA Award Winning Neighborhood Model, numerous comprehensive plans, and ordinances over her past 35 years as a Planner. Activities in Albemarle County as well ... Read More

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