Monday, October 26, 2009
With Miami's recent adoption of a new transect-based/form-based land use code, a great deal of interest is being generated in what other communities have adopted a similar type of code.
Here's a link to several case studies and reports on this very topic at SmartCode Complete.
While the SmartCode is not the only type of transect-based/form-based code, it is currently the most utilized and has been customized for a wide variety of jurisdictions. I've also developed a template version of a transect-based/form-based code that you can download and use however you would like for free from here.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.
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