BU 3560 - Land Use Law and Development
An exploration of the process by which the uses of real property are changed and the manner in which the Constitution, legal controls and economic environment impact upon the potential for exploitation. An in-depth examination of the citizenry in their various roles and constituencies interacting with the diverse group of professionals involved in the planning and development process. The decision criteria and process used in the developer's production systems are compared and contrasted with the aesthetic, ecological, social, ethical and utility concerns of the community, region and state. When possible New Hampshire Statutes and case studies are used. A written feasibility analysis is required. Falls and Springs. Prerequisite(s): Junior status.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.