Creative Placemaking Leadership Workshops - Zoning for the Creative Economy
The Tyler School of Art and Architecture's City & Regional Planning and Community Development programs are hosting the National Consortium for Creative Placemaking's Creative Placemaking Leadership Workshops. This a series of 12 workshops. Individuals may opt to attend one, several, or all workshops.
November 30 - Zoning for the Creative Economy
Description: Do your community’s land use regulations and permitting practices support a diversity of activities in the creative economy? Or do they encourage these beneficial activities to other towns? This workshop explores various uses in the creative economy, and their land use and permitting preferences. Participants will also learn how to review their land use codes to assess how ‘creative’ friendly are their regulations. Note: Participants should be able to access (online, or in print), their community’s land use and permitting regulations.
Presenter: Leonardo Vazquez AICP/PP
Open to the public. $40 per one event; $30 early bird available
To learn more about the workshops and to register for one, several, or the full series click here
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