Development Impact Analysis

1st Edition

Robert Burchell

Published December 15, 1996
Reference - 300 Pages
ISBN 9780882851266 - CAT# Y339563


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This is a book for the planning practitioner written from the perspective of the planning consultant. It includes procedures, report formats, analytic techniques, and methods of public presentation for the five basic components of development filings and site plan review.Development feasibility, residential and nonresidential development design, traffic impact analysis, fiscal impact analysis, and environmental impact analysis form the subject matter of individual sections. The latest in market analysis, computerized design, fiscal models, demographic multipliers, traffic estimation techniques, natural resource inventories, and EISs is covered in detail.The collection of specially prepared papers comprises the following:Robert W. BurchellThe Nature of Development Impact Analysis - A National ViewStephen E. RoulacEvaluating the Forces and Actors That Influence Development DecisionsJared ShlaesThe ABCs and Basic Software of Development FeasibilityLewis M. GoodkinMarket Analyses Techniques for Residential and Nonresidential DevelopmentGary HackReconsidering Site Planning - Or, Is There Life Beyond Cluster Housing?Lee E. KoppelmanArchitectural Design for Residential and Nonresidential Markets of the Mid EightiesJohn E. Rahenkamp and Michael J. LofurnoEnvironmental Sensitivity and Site PlanningEverett C. CarterData Bases for Traffic Impact StudiesDavid Mendelson and Charles E. DaviesForm and Content of the Traffic Impact ReportJawahar MehraThe Public Presentation of Traffic ImpactsRobert W. Burchell and David ListokinCurrent Fiscal Impact Practice - Arithmetic and Econometric ApproachesPaul S. TischlerComprehensive and Simple Approaches to Fiscal Impact AnalysisDeborah BrettNonresidential Fiscal Impact AnalysisDaniel R. MandelkerThe Conflict Between Affordable Housing and Environmental ProtectionJ. Toby TourbierTechniques and Data Bases for Environmental AnalysisRobert DresnackStandard and Emerging Form of the Content and Style of the Project-Level E1S

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