Modest initiatives in planning can help future-proof communities against tomorrow’s extreme weather. Federal Sandy recovery funds should cover these investments.
New Jersey Assembly overwhelmingly approves the cluster development bill, which could see a Senate vote as soon as May 13.
A new bill streamlines New Jersey’s portfolio of economic incentives, but unless it is amended it will go too far toward subsidizing sprawl development.
The cluster development bill has received unanimous approval in Senate and Assembly committees, and is headed for votes in the full Senate and Assembly.
A new report looks at the regulatory and legislative barriers to widespread adoption of green infrastructure for stormwater management in New Jersey.
The cluster development bill is advancing in the New Jersey State Legislature; key contacts and bill text.
A demonstration project in Oceanport highlights coastal vulnerabilities to storms and offers ways for the community to build its resiliency to them.
The State Planning Commission delayed its vote on the proposed State Strategic Plan in order to allow time for public comment and to consider addressing issues of shore development in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
A new newsletter from the Land Use Law Center at PACE University, focused on transit-oriented development issues.
Johnson & Johnson is establishing four life-sciences innovation centers but none in New Jersey, even though the state has many of the key assets that can make innovation districts successful. New Jersey needs ways to put an innovation district strategy to work here.