Land Use Planning and Growth Management: Comparative Policy Perspectives on Urban Sprawl


May 31, 2016 - Author: Ger Schultink, Ali Memon, Michael Thomas

A MSU Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station research report (RR587, May 2005) which covers urban decentralization in the United States; population, land use trends and policy issues in the Great Lakes region and in Michigan; balancing land supply and demand; regulatory and non-regulatory approaches to land use planning; federal, state and local government's roles in urban growth management; how these issues are handled in the Netherlands and New Zealand; and toward a strategy for urban growth management in Michigan.


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