After the Plan, the Code

Pollock, Leslie S.
January 2010
Planning;Jan2010, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need for New Orleans, Louisiana to regulate the development of its community. It notes that the city commits to produce a combined master plan and comprehensive zoning ordinance in June 2008. It points out that the urban design provisions of the code are flexible, which creates the creativity of the individual designers. It explains that its design guidelines are associated to the comprehension plan's provision describing the architectural aspects of the neighbors.


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