In most U.S. cities, zoning codes may hinder the building of neighborhoods and towns using the proven urban patterns that once were commonplace. Conventional zoning codes may result in a brutal, placeless landscape that alienates residents and degrades the built environment. Learn about form-based codes and see developments where conventional codes have been replaced.
This session is from APA’s 2004 National Planning Conference. CD-ROM contains an audio recording synchronized with the panelists’ PowerPoint presentations, program transcript, PowerPoint presentation note sheets, and supplemental reading materials.
- Paul C. Crawford, FAICP, Crawford Multari and Clark Associates
- Bill Dennis, Moule and Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists
- Geoffrey Ferrell, Geoffrey Ferrell Associates