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Traditional Neighborhood Development

A Model Ordinance for Traditional Neighborhood Development

Offers model TND ordinance with commentary
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Cranberry Township Traditional Neighborhood Development Ordinance

2010
The Cranberry Township TND Ordinance features the following innovations of the Form-Based Code: context-sensitive design standards, street sections for five street types, streetscape design & detailing standards, building type design & detailing standards; and green infrastructure design standards.
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Hollidaysburg Traditional Neighborhood Development Ordinance

Outlines TND development regulations in Hollidaysburg (Blair County).
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LEED Rating System for Neighborhood Development (v.4)

2016
Applies to new land development projects or redevelopment projects containing residential uses, nonresidential uses, or a mix. Projects can be at any stage of the development process, from conceptual planning to construction.
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Lower Merion Township Traditional Neighborhood Development Ordinance

Ordinance outlines TND guidelines.
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New Urbanism: Best Practices Guide

2003
Organizations/Sources: New Urban News
A thoroughly detailed, up-to-date technical manual and in-depth report on New Urbanism. New Urbanism, a reaction to sprawl, is a better way to plan and build 21st Century communities. It is based on principles of planning and architecture that work together to create human-scale, walkable communities. A pdf of the report "The New Urbanism: A better way to plan and build 21st Century communities" by the guide's authors is included as a pdf in this library item.
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