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Zoning for a Post-COVID World

October 2020

This edition of Zoning Practice highlights short-term zoning adjustments that can minimize economic damage and promote economic recovery from the pandemic, and it analyzes how COVID-19 may reinforce or disrupt long-term zoning trends related to housing diversity, flexible use permissions, built form, and the public realm.

 

Zoning Practice analyzes trends and spotlights innovation in local land-use and development regulation. All student members have online access to ZP. Subscribers may read ZP online or in print.

  • Planners and land-use attorneys responsible for drafting or administering zoning and other land-use and development regulations
  • Emerging professionals interested in learning more about plan implementation

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Share Your Expertise

Zoning Practice welcomes proposals from outside contributors

We are especially eager to hear from potential authors with expertise on the following topics:

  • Zoning alternatives for pandemic mitigation or prevention
  • Recent trends in small town and rural area zoning
  • The effects of demographic or technological change on land-use demand