Community Impact Evaluation

Community Impact Evaluation

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This is a work summarizing in one volume the pioneering approach of the author to public-interest decision-taking in the field of urban a regional planning. This book is aimed at students, researchers and professionals in planning. Nathaniel Lichfield first introduced in his qEconomics of Planned Developmentq the concept that, in any use and development of land, the traditional qdevelopment balance sheetq of the developers needed to be accompanied by a qplanning balance sheetq prepared by the planning officer or planning authority. Over the forty years since this work was published, the author has brought to the operational level the qplanning balance sheetq, with many case studies, primarily for consultancy purposes. The present title reflects the incorporation during the 1970s of the then emerging field of environmental impact assessment.The economic measures for COBA are traditionally narrow: capital and maintenance costs of the road compared with savings to vehicle users (in time spent travelling; direct costs of fuel, vehicle maintenance and depreciation; direct andanbsp;...

Title:Community Impact Evaluation
Author: Nathaniel Lichfield
Publisher:Routledge - 2005-08-10

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