The Constitutional Imperative to Not Build Sprawl: A CNU Fireside Chat with David Green

Join CNU as we engage Georgia Tech School of Architecture Professor of the Practice and Perkins + Will Principal David Green in a fireside chat surrounding CNU's Live/Work/Walk: Removing Obstacles to Investment initiative. Green will present on the historic factors - "2500 years of constituting public and private" - that led to euclidean zoning, the regulatory obstacles that currently prevent mixed-use development, and through the lens of the 1928 Standard City Planning Enabling Act, the implicit constitutional imperative to not build sprawl.

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Presenter Bio: David Green's work and research focuses on issues of development, particularly within an urban framework, and the creation of a strategy for sustainable cities that includes aspects of public policy implementation, criteria for implementation of development controls and design guidelines as well as strategic infrastructure implementation.


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