Mixed Use by Default

@article{Hirt2012MixedUB,
  title={Mixed Use by Default},
  author={Sonia A. Hirt},
  journal={Journal of Planning Literature},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={375 - 393}
}
  • S. Hirt
  • Published 2012
  • Business
  • Journal of Planning Literature
Zoning is such a cornerstone of the US planning system that for US planners it may be hard to imagine that one can regulate development without it. But is zoning a widely shared institution? Is it as integral to the planning systems of other “developed” nations as it is in the United States? Based on a review of literature and planning documents, this article contrasts land-use regulation in five European countries (England, France, Germany, Sweden, and Russia) to that in the United States. It… Expand

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