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Economic restructuring and the politics of land use planning in New York City
Norman I. Fainstein
by Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York in Albany, NY
Written in English
|Statement||Norman I. Fainstein, Susan S. Fainstein.|
|Series||Rockefeller Institute working papers -- no. 27|
|Contributions||Fainstein, Susan S., Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
The worldwide financial crisis has sent shock-waves of accelerated economic restructuring, regulatory reorganization and sociopolitical conflict through cities around the world. It has also given new impetus to the struggles of urban social movements emphasizing the injustice, destructiveness and unsustainability of capitalist forms of urbanization. Chapter 8 The Division of the Spoils: Profits, Planning Gain, Premium Seeking and Taxation. Chapter 9 Impact Fees. Chapter 10 The Economic Consequences of Higher Land Values. Chapter 11 The Macroeconomic Effects of Planning Constraints. Chapter 12 Methods of Planning. Chapter 13 Politics, Public Choice, and Political Economy. References. Index.
The Welfare Economics of Land Use Planning ∗ Paul Cheshire ƒand Stephen Sheppard⁄ October Abstract This paper presents an empirical methodology for the evaluation of the beneÞts and costs of land use planning. The technique is applied in the context of . New York City became the center of the development of skyscrapers early in the 20th century because of the density and narrowness of Manhattan island. In addition to focusing on urban imagery, Grahame also suggests the investigation of urban _________ to find out .
of land is the key constraint identified by all serious economic research (Barker Review of Housing Supply ; Barker Review of Land Use Planning ) it seems unlikely that whatever its aims the new NPPF and other reforms will either increase development or reduce the costs of Size: KB. This volume embodies a problem-driven and theoretically informed approach to bridging frontier research in urban economics and urban/regional planning. The authors focus on the interface between these two subdisciplines that have historically had an uneasy relationship.
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New York City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, established inhas proven to be an efficient mechanism for making land use decisions, but not an effective one.
The problem is not strictly one of time spent: it is not likely that the period for land use review can be shortened withoutFile Size: KB.
Susan S. Fainstein (born ) is a political theorist and scholar of urban research and writing has focused on the distributive effects of urban development strategies and megaprojects, the role of democracy and community control in local public institutions, and establishing a moral theory of "the just city.".
A member of the urban planning faculties of Columbia University and Education: Harvard University (B.A.), Boston University. Economic Growth and Fiscal Planning in New York - Kindle edition by Duncombe, William. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Economic Growth and Fiscal Planning in New : William Duncombe. Economic restructuring is used to indicate changes in the constituent parts of an economy in a very general sense.
In the western world, it is usually used to refer to the phenomenon of urban areas shifting from a manufacturing to a service sector economic base. It has profound implications for productive capacities and competitiveness of cities and regions. New York is a diverse states, and it is no surprise that Immigrants make up 37 percent of New York City’s population, and 48 percent of all Small Business in NYC that contribute substantially to.
Economic development – including improving access to good job opportunities, encouraging private investment, and supporting the tax base that enables the City to deliver services – is a priority of Mayor de Blasio’s Administration and underpins many of the Department of City Planning’s (DCP) planning strategies and initiatives.
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Since adoption of the country’s first Zoning Resolution inNew York City has played a seminal role in the history and development of planning and zoning. This rich history is captured through decades of planning reports, land use maps and historic photographs documenting a changing urban landscape.
Many of these documents serve as a critical resource for the Department, for the City. Because of this, the inner city problems 25 Economic restructuring and land use planning: A Gar-On Yeh of high unemployment and derelict land are not yet present.
As a result, urban planning and land use policy responses to economic restructuring are different Cited by: The landowners who by virtue of their ownership of land and property, extract rents from the use of these resources.
On occasions, the built environment may become a dumping ground for the surplus money capital which can result in periodic bouts of overproduction resulting in the fall in the value of the assets which are embedded in the built. The Creative Destruction of New York City tells the story of fifteen years of shocking urban changes in New York City under the administrations of Michael Bloomberg and Bill de Blasio, and identifies the urban regime of city producers who are rebuilding cities like New York for a brand new global class of super-wealthy city consumers.
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Synopsis: The Issue: Getting economic development and land-use planning to work together The Problem: Economic development carried out independently of local land-use plans The Symptoms: Dissention and argument within the community over how to use its land resources The Results: Misdirected land-use policy; allocation of land to projects lacking public support; use of land.
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Mitchell L. Moss, Henry Hart Rice Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, and Director of the Rudin Center for Transportation, has been described as a “New Yorkologist” by The New York Times. InProfessor Moss was appointed by Mayor de Blasio to serve on the Mayor's expert panel on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway Project.
Inhe was appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to serve on. This book examines the economic reasons why people choose to live where they live and develops, through analysis of the bid rent function, a unified theory of urban land use and city size. The first part of the book explicates the basic theory of urban land use and optimal city size.
Residential location behavior of households is examined in a microeconomic framework and equilibrium and 4/5(1). The symposium will discuss both the history of planning in the city and alternate scenarios. The morning symposium will run through the permutations of .NYC Land Use Approvals: Where Politics & Planning Meet Eldad Gothelf, Adjunct Professor [email protected] Course Description The course will take a realworld approach in examining the various land use approval processes in New York City.
Students will review the ULURP public review process, the Board.