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Redevelopment Planning Law
October 16, 2012 @ 9:30 am - October 17, 2012 @ 4:30 pm$199.00
This two-day course on the redevelopment planning process will provide a broader understanding of the crucial issues, steps and challenges associated with the New Jersey’s Local Redevelopment and Housing Law (LRHL). The workshop includes an in-depth review of the LRHL, an analysis of the redevelopment planning process designations, discussion on how to engage the community in the redevelopment planning process, review and examination of the redevelopment plan in relations to current legal issues and challenges, review of the mandatory and optional provisions of the redeveloper’s agreement, and discussions on some of the recent legal and public policy issues on redevelopment such as eminent domain, environmental liability and relocation.
The NJRA Redevelopment Training Institute (NJRA RTI) offers intensive intermediate-level training courses that focus on the redevelopment of New Jersey’s communities. NJRA RTI is designed to provide non-profit and for-profit developers, professional consultants, entrepreneurs and city/county staff with a body of knowledge of the redevelopment and real estate development process. The goal of NJRA RTI is to provide classroom instruction outlining the nuances of the redevelopment planning process in New Jersey, to focus on the real estate development process and to unlock the key to understanding project finance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Local elected officials, city & county managers, planners and finance officials
- For-profit and non-profit developers
- Community and economic development corporations
- Economic developers
- Redevelopment authority representatives
- Real estate developers, brokers and lenders
It is the Governor’s focus to ensure that economic growth benefits all cities and regions of the state creating new economic opportunities for all New Jersey citizens. After the completion of this training, attendees will be better equipped to carry out more responsible redevelopment. The knowledge learned will contribute to strengthening New Jersey’s economy and improving the quality of life.
(This course is pending 12 CM and 12 CLE Credits)