June 2015

June 9, 2015

NYC EDC: A Working Model for Urban Investment & Procurement

Tom McKnight offers planning practitioners an insider’s account of NYCEDC’s organizational structure, priorities and responsibilities, and relationship to the city.

June 9, 2015

City Planning That Values Stewardship: Implementing the London Plan

Sir Edward Lister explains how the London Plan governs growth of the built environment across the metropolis.

June 9, 2015

Redevelopment’s Dissolution Leads City of Glendale To Create Its Own Economic Development Corporation

Phil Lanzafame shares Laemmle Lofts as a case of pursuing economic development without redevelopment.

June 9, 2015

LA City Public Works Commissioners: Collaboration Among Departments Generates ‘One Water’ Innovation

Heather Repenning and Monica Rodriguez discuss the board’s priorities, from wastewater treatment, to sidewalk repair, to solar energy.

June 9, 2015

Québec Minister Charged with ‘Fight Against Climate Change’ Touts Cap & Trade

David Heurtel speaks about the growing movement of subnational entities collaborating across countries in order to build an international green economy.

June 9, 2015

Brown’s 2015 GHG Reduction Executive Order Sets a Stretch Goal For California

Governor Jerry Brown calls on California business leaders to respond to the climate change crisis by innovating, creating, and cooperating.

June 3, 2015

A New Tool for Urban Economic Development: EIFDs Demystified

Fred Silva and Mark Pisano delve into the specific mechanisms of EIFDs, explaining their scope, structure, powers, and application across the state.

June 2, 2015

WWLA: The Legality of Intensified Infill Development & Density in Hollywood Debated

Robert Silverstein articulates his clients’ perspective in seeking to halt Hollywood projects, while Mott Smith explains the difficulties of building infill in an environment of CEQA litigation.

June 2, 2015

Parker Center's Possible Demolition Sparks Interest in LA's Civic Center Master Plan

A group of civic leaders and land-use experts discuss the future of LA's former police headquarters and suggest revisiting the "10-Minute Diamond."

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