Billboard directly over a house

Billboards: The Case for Control

or a city is not beautiful, it will not be loved, if it is not loved, it will not be maintained. In short it won’t be sustained.” 3. Billboards destroy distinctiveness Billboards look the same…

A Vermont perspective on billboard control

A Vermont perspective on billboard control

From PCJ Editor Wayne Senville: We’ve posted responses from both the Outdoor Advertising Association of America and Scenic America to Ed McMahon‘s article, “Billboards: The Case for Control.” I hope you’ll read these, as well…

Illustration of commercial strip development by Paul Hoffman for PlannersWeb

The End of the Strip?

over one billion square feet of vacant retail space. Much of this space is going to have to re-purposed or demolished. In fact, one retail analyst estimates that we need to demolish 300 million square…