Transfer of Development Rights: Saving Farms, Strengthening Neighborhoods*


A growing number of states are advancing the transfer of development rights to preserve agricultural lands and traditions. Learn how this legislation is being used in Florida, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With particular emphasis on Chesterfield Township, New Jersey where nearly a third of the land area has been permanently deed restricted for agriculture use, learn how planners and developers are channeling future growth into Old York Village, a 560-acre “receiving area” with 1,200 housing units.

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