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  1. Fortress Communities

    The Walling and Gating of American Suburbs
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1995
    Edward J. Blakely and Mary Gail Snyder

    Gated communities are residential areas with restricted access designed to privatize normally public spaces. These developments occur in both new suburban developments and older inner city areas...

  2. Habitat Conservation Plans

    A New Tool to Resolve Land Use Conflicts
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1995
    Timothy Beatley

    As sprawling, low-density development patterns consume thousands of acres of natural habitat, the force of urban growth is increasingly bumping up against the need to protect biodiversity. The...

  3. Land Lines, September 1995

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1995
    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

    This issue looks at the fleeing of upper-class Americans from cities to “fortress communities” that make up America's gated, exclusive American suburbs; the use of a new tool, the...

  4. Affordable Housing Mediation

    Building Consensus for Regional Agreements in the Hartford and Greater Bridgeport Areas
    Otro
    Mayo 1990
    Lawrence E. Susskind and Susan L. Podziba

    This report presents two case studies and a handbook on the process of overcoming political obstacles to build a consensus for affordable housing. In spite of greater public awareness about the need...

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