De-mystifying the Economics of Planning
Thursday, September 7, 2017
10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. EDT
Planners are increasingly being asked to examine the economic/fiscal impacts of plans, policies and projects. This can mean many different things: understanding market opportunities in specific sectors of real estate to inform land use policies or regulations; the amount of jobs and ad valorem tax revenues created by specific projects or uses; or, overall viability and return-on-investment of public participation in a specific use or catalyst project. Learn how to approach these questions, the analyses involved, and their use in the planning process as well as applicable implementation mechanisms from several case studies across the state.
w. Thomas Lavash
Dana Little, AICP
Melissa Zornitta, AICP
Allara Gutcher, email@example.com