Tag Archives: Planning
As America’s housing affordability crises worsens, “Missing Middle” housing is trending – big time. Over the past three years, Clarion Associates’ planners and code drafters have worked to expand opportunities for Missing Middle housing in communities as diverse as Aurora, Colorado; Bloomington, Indiana; and Henrico County, Virginia. While several popular graphics show Missing Middle housing as a defined
Don Elliott was invited to Corvinus University in Budapest for the launch of ‘Contemporary Drivers of Local Development’, for which he wrote the chapters on land planning, zoning, and environmental controls. The book was based on an EU-funded Master’s Degree course on local sustainable development. Click here for more information on the book, or to
Recently, Clarion Director Don Elliott, FAICP, joined a panel discussion at the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute about Transit Hubs and the Future of Mobility Choice. Co-panelists included Ann Bowers (Principal at Fehr & Peers), Don Hunt (Managing Director of Denver Mobility Choice Options) and Art Pierce (Group Manager for the Portland Bureau of Transportation).
Clarion Associates is celebrating Tareq Wafaie and Matt Goebel’s successful completion of Planning for Hazards: Land Use Solutions for Colorado for the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), which received great reviews on the Land Use Prof Blog, calling it “one of the best new tools out there for thinking through planning for natural hazards and resilience issues.”