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OnDemand Course: Alternative Land Use Regulations

Alternative Land Use Regulations

Gain an understanding of the various types of alternative land use regulations.This topic will review a variety of alternative forms of land use regulations, i.

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OnDemand Course: Form-Based Zoning: An Alternative to Conventional Codes

Form-Based Zoning: An Alternative to Conventional Codes

Learn drafting and implementation principles that will facilitate the application of form-based codes.Responding to the shortcomings of conventional zoning tools in shaping development outcomes, communities are...

OnDemand Course: Design Tips for Detention Ponds

Design Tips for Detention Ponds

Learn about types of detention facilities, typical applications, and technical disciplines commonly involved with facility planning and design.This topic will provide you with a broad understanding of the state of the...

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OnDemand Course: How to Design Parking Lots That Work

How to Design Parking Lots That Work

Instill lasting value in your parking structure by applying thoughtful, creative, innovative design.A parking structure is one of the dominant and driving forces in real estate, impacting the success of a commercial...

OnDemand Course: Commercial Real Estate Financing: Current Trends & Opportunities

Commercial Real Estate Financing: Current Trends & Opportunities

Understand the uses and limitations of seven different sources of financing for real estate projects.The COVID-19 pandemic has made financing commercial real estate projects difficult.

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OnDemand Course: Creating and Implementing Successful Neighborhood Plans: Building and Sustaining Value

Creating and Implementing Successful Neighborhood Plans: Building and Sustaining Value

Neighborhood planning is of increasing importance throughout the United States. Through neighborhood planning the value of land, buildings or public investment is protected and enhanced.

OnDemand Course: Neglected and Underused Land Reuse

Neglected and Underused Land Reuse

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), by some estimates, recognizes approximately 13 million acres of distressed lands such as brownfields, CERCLA sites, RCRA sites and abandoned mine sites.

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