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An Introduction to Form-Based Codes

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Part 4: How Form-Based Codes Are Written

Part 4: How Form-Based Codes Are Written

In this final part of their series, Mary Madden and Joel Russell discuss the vital relationship between the planning process and the development of a form-based code.

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Part 3: Typical Elements of a Form-Based Code

Our 4-part series on form-based codes continues with an overview of the typical elements of a FBC and how they enable it to shape public space and create walkable, pedestrian-friendly places.

Part 2: The Emergence of Form-Based Codes

Part 2: The Emergence of Form-Based Codes

The concepts of “urban form” and “the public realm,” central to form-based codes, are absent from the conventional zoning vocabulary. A look at key differences between FBCs and traditional zoning.

Part 1: What Is a Form-Based Code?

Part 1: What Is a Form-Based Code?

An introduction to the use of form-based codes — how they work and how they differ from conventional zoning. In Part 1: an overview of the origins of form-based zoning and its primary objectives.

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