Saturday, April 23, 2011
Since land development is closely tied to population growth and placement, the most recent census data provides all types of new information for retail, residential, and other land development studies.
This interactive tool provides a good starting point related to population issues. Here in Montgomery, we've started to realize the benefit of updated census data in the form of a new housing demand study the city has commissioned. The comprehensive nature of census data will allow us to have the most updated and accurate idea of housing demand in the city's different sectors.
It also provides a nice empirical resource for law review articles and/or student research projects.
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