<p>A traditional neighborhood development planned near St. Petersburg, Florida, is having trouble getting approved because its proposed density is twice as high as the city wants to allow.</p>
Jan 1, 2007 The St. Petersburg Times
<p>Sixty-nine percent of Florida's voters approved an amendment to the State's Constitution to limit government ability to take property for private development. How will this homeowner victory impact the revitalization efforts of cities?</p>
Nov 15, 2006 The St. Petersburg Times
Cities and counties in and around the Tampa Bay area are incorporating elements of New Urbanism into their planning and land use codes.
Aug 14, 2006 The St. Petersburg Times
Some homeowners are using their backyards as habitat for wildlife, providing food, water, shelter and a place to rear offspring for a variety of creatures.
Jul 24, 2006 The St. Petersburg Times
How is Celebtration, FL, Disney's experiment to build a New Urbanist utopia, faring ten years after the first residents moved in?
Jul 2, 2006 The St. Petersburg Times
Are commercial architects ruining St. Petersberg's historic panoramic views as a result of penny-pinching investors?
Nov 20, 2005 The St. Petersburg Times
Environmental groups are warring with Congressmen on making wetland permitting more 'accessible'.
Nov 3, 2005 The St. Petersburg Times
The City of Largo, Florida is next in a growing list of cities that have enacted design restrictions and store size caps for big box stores.
Aug 18, 2005 The St. Petersburg Times
Within one year of adoption of its Strategic Plan, the City of Largo, Florida has attracted a $145 million investment for development a mixed-use town center.
Jul 13, 2005 The St. Petersburg Times
The City of Largo, Florida, faces a difficult choice in the implementation of a Strategic Plan designed to limit sprawl.
May 16, 2005 The St. Petersburg Times