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Title: A Change in Form or Function? Using Smart Growth Criteria to Evaluate Alternative Zoning Methods in an Existing Neighbourhood
Authors: Burgess, Annamarie

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Keywords: Form Based Code
Hybrid Zoning
Urban Planning
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2011
Abstract: Smart Growth criteria developed by the APA is used to evaluate three methods of zoning. Zoning models were developed as they would relate to an existing neighbourhood in order to limit bias. The zoning methods considered are: the existing Euclidean zoning, Form Based Code via the SmartCode developed by DPZ, and hybrid zoning via Elliot's principles for Improved Hybrid Euclidean Zoning.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/6599
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