People in Planning
Planning Law
Firsts in Planning
Planning Theory
Public Participation Techniques
100
Father of regional planning
Who is Patrick Geddes
100
This Supreme Court case upheld zoning in 1926.
What is Village of Euclid v. Ambler Realty
100
The first historic preservation commission was formed in this city in 1921.
What is New Orleans.
100
Ernest Burgess developed this theory in 1925
What is Concentric Ring Theory
100
This is a technique that involves citizens addressing citizens regarding a proposal through a workshop format.
What is Fishbowl Planning
200
Father of zoning
Who is Edward Basset
200
This federal legislation focused on slum clearance.
What is the 1949 Housing Act
200
The first urban growth boundary was established in this city in 1958.
What is Lexington
200
"Bid Rent Theory" was developed by him in 1960.
Who is William Alonso
200
This is an intensive planning session where citizens, designers and others collaborate on a vision for development.
What is a Design Charette
300
She wrote "Silent Spring" in 1962
Who is Rachel Carson
300
The Supreme Court was concerned with this in Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon and Agins v. City of Tiburon.
What are takings?
300
He was considered the first professional planner in America.
Who is Harland Bartholomew
300
Saul Alinsky is most associated with this planning theory
What is Advocacy Planning
300
This is a communication technique that involves experts and multiple rounds of critique and discussion until an optimal solution is developed.
What is a Policy Delphi
400
Father of modern ecology
Who is Ian McHarg
400
This Supreme Court case established the "essential nexus" takings test for conditioning development approvals on exactions and dedications.
What is Nollan v California Coastal Commission (1987)
400
The first subway in American was built in this city in 1897.
What is Boston
400
This growth model theory posits that cities develop radially along thoroughfares and major commerce routes
What is Hoyt's Sector Model
400
Placation, Consultation, and Informing are examples of
What is Tokenism
500
She wrote "Modern Housing" in 1934
Who is Catherine Bauer Wurster
500
This Supreme Court Case involved building height limitations by zones.
What is Welch v. Swasey (1909)
500
This city adopted America's first zoning ordinance
What is New York City
500
This analysis determines what portions of regional economic growth or decline can be attributed to national, economic industry, and regional factors.
What is Shift Share Analysis
500
The "Three C's" of public participation are
What are Coalition Building, Consensus Building, and Conflict Resolution
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