Friday, June 22, 2012
For those interested in transfer of development rights (TDR), you'll want to check out a great book I recently came across called The TDR Handbook: Designing and Implementing Successful Transfer of Development Rights Programs (Island Press 2011). This substantial work provides a background on how TDRs work, steps to follow in implementing a TDR scheme, reviews some of the larger TDR regimes already out there, and addresses legal issues and state statutes on TDRs. I found the guide very useful in assisting one of my Clinic clients this spring.
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