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Exclusionary zoning; land use regulation and housing in the 1970s [by] Richard F. Babcock [and] Fred P. Bosselman.

; Bosselman, Fred P., 1934- author ; American Society of Planning Officials
New York, Praeger [1973] .
ISBN 9780275287429, 0275287424

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Other Authors Bosselman, Fred P., 1934-
American Society of Planning Officials.
Subjects Housing -- United States.
Housing.
United States.
Zoning, Exclusionary -- United States.
Zoning, Exclusionary.
Series Praeger special studies in U.S. economic, social, and political issues.
Description xii, 210 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes "Published in cooperation with the American Society of Planning Officials."
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Part I: The Impact of Land Use Restrictions on Housing -- 1. The Nature and Cost of land Use Controls -- 2. The History and Legal Status of Land Use Control -- Part II: How Local Governments Can Promote A Balanced Housing Supply -- 3. The Advantages to a Local Government of a Balanced Supply of Housing -- 4. The Usefulness of Statements of Municipal Housing Policies and the Pitfalls of Trying to Out-Guess the Market -- 5. Flexible Techniques to Implement Municipal Housing Policy -- Part III: Regional Housing Policies -- 6. Sources for Regional Housing Policies -- 7. Policies to Guide the Preparation of Regional Housing Plans -- Part IV: The Metropolitan Agency -- 8. The Role of Metropolitan Agencies in Housing Plans -- 9. Implementing Housing Goals through the A-95 Clearinghouse Process -- Part V. How State Governments May Implement Regional Housing Policies -- 10. The States' Role in Formulating Regional Housing Policies -- 11. State Land Use Regulation -- 12. Land Development By State Agencies.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)704795
(OCoLC)ocm00704795
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Babcock, Richard F.
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