Our Across Generations series continues with a look at transportation issues facing senior citizens — and young adults.
Della Rucker continues her focus on the issue of talent and local economic development, and then considers what young job seekers are looking for in deciding where to live and work.
This week, Patrick Fox considers ten important things you should know about project applicants. On Wednesday he’ll return with a look at what you should know about project opponents.
Today, Della Rucker looks at the challenges communities face in dealing with talent, and the importance of uniqueness.
How can we build support for affordable housing? That’s the question at the heart of a recent report that looks at the importance of the language and messaging used by housing advocates.
What can go wrong when your community turns the wheels of a major project over to a “Grand Architect.”
In the first of a three part series, Patrick Fox draws on results from his firm’s public attitudes survey on what Americans think of development and the planning process.
Della Rucker take a look at the role unintended consequences play, and then asks why we don’t do a better job of evaluating our actions and policies.
Enjoy our first monthly video update. Our aim: to highlight new content on PlannersWeb.com in just one minute.
Today: a lesson in bad math. Why communities make a mistake in using linear extrapolations to plan for their future.
Citizen planning academies can provide a good way of better informing citizens about how the planning process works — while also building up a “bench” of future planning board members.
When it comes to managing and governing our communities, we allow circumstances to make decisions for us more often than any of us want to admit.
Do the living options provided in your town match what consumers want today? The National Assn of Realtors commissioned a survey to provide some answers.