This issue explores spatial development patterns in the context of the North American megapolis; current trends of U.S. conservation easements and possibilties for their reinvention; and the role of community land trusts in providing and sustaining affordable housing.
This issue features a summary declaration of core policy issues surrounding land management and land markets in Latin America; land value in the context of large urban Latin American projects; the pivotal role of universities as anchor institutions and developers in cities and towns across the world; and the taxation system of publicly-owned land in China.
This issue looks at land use and design innovations in private U.S. communities; Harvard Design School Loeb Fellows’ observations of land use and streetscapes in Chinese cities; U.S. politicians’ perspectives on land taxation; and urban spatial patterns and infrastructure in Beijing.
This issue explores farmland preservation in China; the inadequacies and strengths of land regularization and upgrading programs in Latin America; balancing public values and fiduciary responsibilities when managing state trust land; and principles and tools for regional collaboration in the U.S.
This issue offers a recap of a West Coast regional forum intended to address issues of housing affordability and traffic congestion; and looks at the implementation of waterfront redevelopment strategies in Cuba and the Netherlands, mass valuation methods for land taxation in traditional economies, and the successes and problems of cadastre systems used in Colombia and elsewhere in Latin America.
This issue features the effects of government-run land acquisition on China’s economic future; land-value taxation as a method of promoting smart growth in the U.S.; the need for regional, landscape-scale conservation strategies and efforts; and the roles of community-based organizations (CBOs) in the redevelopment of Brownfields.
This issue looks at the shifting political landscape of urban mega-projects in the U.S.; urban renewal actions in a South African township; and the administration of property taxes in Brazil and elsewhere in Latin America from the perspective of a Brazilian property tax advisor.
This issue explores land management and regional planning tactics in rapidly growing Western U.S. cities; the evolution and potential value of property tax exemptions; the use of value capture methods in Colombia and elsewhere in Latin America; and forums and programs that can foster beneficial relationships between U.S. colleges their surrounding communities.
This issue looks at the unanticipated improvements in property tax administration and uniformity in the U.S.; the relationships between growth, land use, and water supply in the West; the need for significant urban reform in Latin America and Africa; and urban land policy reforms in China.
This issue features informal settlements in the context of urban poverty and land market dynamics in Latin America; a debate between planners and economists on U.S. land market policies and implementation; prospects on land value taxation in Britain; and a symposium dedicated to a man who sought to bridge the gap between urbanism and ecology.