Answer some simple questions about your project:
Is the land in question publicly owned?
Is there access to capital markets?
Is there a property tax collection framework in place?
Is there a property cadastral database or record system?
Is the land made up of a single parcel, or fragmented?
Is there a zoning or land use planning framework in place?
Are there environmental concerns with the land?
Is there an existing community on the land?
Are there informal settlements or renters on the land?
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- Defining Early Wins
- Defining the Implementation Process and Institutional Arrangements
- Defining the Planning Framework
- Developing Design Standards
- Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Site Remediation Plan
- Land Administration
- Land Sharing
- Managing the Potential Undesirable Impacts of Urban Regeneration: Gentrification and Loss of Social Capital
- Master Planning
- Partnering Arrangements with the Private Sector
- Progressive Taxation of Vacant Land
- Setting the Scene
- Site Assessment
- Site Investigation
- The Right of Preemption
- Tools for Community Participation
- Using Technology for Public Participation
- Valuation of Public Land
- Zoning and Land Use Planning
- Betterment Levies
- Business Improvement Districts
- Capital Investment Planning
- Density Bonus
- Developer Exactions and Impact Fees
- Direct Grants
- Housing Vouchers (or demand-side subsidies) as an Alternative to Inclusionary Zoning
- Inclusionary Zoning
- Intergovernmental Transfers
- Land Readjustment
- Land Swaps
- Low-Cost Loans
- Payment-in-Lieu-of-Taxes (PILOT)
- Public Land as an Equity Contribution toward a Joint Venture
- Public Land as an “In Kind” Payment in Return for Construction of Public Infrastructure
- Sale or Long-Term Lease of a Municipally-Owned Site through an Arm’s-Length Transaction
- Sale or Long-Term Lease through a Strategic Negotiated Transaction
- Special Assessment Districts
- Tax Incentives
- Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
- Transferable Development Rights
- Urban Redevelopment