Resolving Land Use Disputes Decisions about community land use
As land becomes increasingly valuable, tensions among competing interests have become common. Stakeholders are seeking a more active role in decisions about community land use.
Consensus building techniques such as mediation have been used for almost two decades to help disputants maximize mutual gains and resolve land use disputes. Whether you are a public official, planner, developer, community advocate, environmentalist, business owner, or resident, this website is designed to help you:
- Learn more about when and how to use consensus building techniques,
- Answer your questions, see how dispute resolution has been used in cases like your own,
- Connect you to others involved in current land use debates.
|Advanced Resolving Land Use Disputes, November 28 - 30, 2007|
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