Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy

October 4, 2008, 11am PDT
The historic centers and plazas of Latin American cities are often viewed as prime prospects for preservation in the hopes of increasing tourism. Often this preservation has a negative affect on locals, but things are beginning to change.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
April 23, 2006, 1pm PDT
China is land poor. Only about one-third of its total land area can be utilized productively for agriculture. Several measures have been introduced with the aim of protecting farmland, especially farmland with the greatest production potential.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
April 22, 2006, 1pm PDT
Large-scale urban redevelopment projects raise many questions about the impacts of subsequent development. They often use new fiscal or regulatory instruments, and affect land prices and infrastructure.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
January 9, 2004, 7am PST
Taxing land values more heavily than building and improvements could protect undeveloped land.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
November 30, 2003, 1pm PST
The Lincoln Institute publishes the results of a survey of public officials and developers in the nation's fastest growing single family housing markets.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
April 23, 2003, 6am PDT
Julie Campoli and Alex MacLean have developed a catalog of more than 300 aerial photographs that illustrate a wide range of density neighborhoods around the country.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
September 7, 2001, 4am PDT
Universities are compelled to act as real estate developers out of self-preservation, the need for expansion and by long-standing commitments to neighborhood redevelopment.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy