ERR BNB - The Influence of a New Economy on Everything from Zoning to Market Analysis
You'll learn about:
How to identify the new economy's short- and long-term impacts on planning
How to define what municipalities can do to regulate these businesses
Identify when a municipality should consider regulations—and what municipalities should look for in determining regulations
Cities have traditionally been slow to respond to change. In the past, this meant roads that were not designed to accommodate increased traffic volumes, stormwater infrastructure overwhelmed by new development, or a lack of technology infrastructure. This now includes an evolving economy in the form of businesses such as short-term rental services Airbnb and VRBO and transportation services like Uber. This transformation has prompted the need for new regulations to govern a growing industry while mitigating the impacts on surrounding properties.
Beyond regulations, this is changing planning. We are already seeing shifts in consumer behavior in terms of retail spending. This doesn’t mean the elimination of bricks-and-mortar stores, but rather a change in market dynamics. Learn why the traditional approach of assessing development potential no longer applies and explore why market demand does not translate to development potential in the same manner as it did a decade ago.
Confirmed SpeakerDoug Hammel, AICP, has been a planning consultant for over 15 years. With an education and experience in architecture, urban design, transportation, and zoning, he enjoys assisting client communities with the challenge of establishing a vision then implementing it through a balanced approach of policies, strategies, design, and regulations. He has assisted communities in Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Georgia, Maryland, Louisiana, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas in the creation of comprehensive plans, neighborhood and corridor plans, design guidelines, zoning updates, and other products. He has authored articles for APA’s Zoning Practice, and has presented on topics related to planning, zoning and transportation at local, state, and national events.
, Houseal Lavigne Associates
Confirmed SpeakerDan Gardner is a Principal at Houseal Lavigne Associates and manages all market, economic and fiscal analysis for the firm. Dan has overseen successful projects throughout the country as well as internationally. Dan brings over 25 years of public and private sector experience, as well as having serving as an elected and appointed official in the Chicago region. His ability to strategically align public and private sector visions with market and development opportunities has led him to be recognized as a leading expert in the field. Prior to joining Houseal Lavigne Associates in 2007, Dan held director and senior management positions with major Chicago and international development advisory firms. A graduate of Loyola University Chicago, Dan also holds a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from the Illinois Institute of Technology. Dan regularly presents on panels and at conferences, and has authored or coauthored several articles.
Confirmed SpeakerDaniel J. Bolin is an attorney who represents public entities and property owners in wide-ranging local government, land use, and election matters across Illinois. In addition to managing real estate transactions and development processes, Dan is an experienced municipal prosecutor and has served on many local electoral boards. Dan regularly speaks at state and national conferences regarding emerging municipal law topics and controversial land uses. He recently authored chapters on “Second Amendment and Zoning” and “Urban Agriculture” in “Land Use Law: Zoning in the 21st Century” for Law Journal Press, and co-authored a Chicago case study in the American Bar Association’s book, “Urban Agriculture.” Dan has experience as a policy analyst for the Illinois General Assembly, and worked on political campaigns at all levels of Illinois government. Dan contributes to the local government blog, Municipal Minute, and shares land use news on Twitter @AncelGlinkLand.