Sunday, May 24, 2009

A Vote on Unified Development Code This Thursday

Views from the Lincoln-American Tower

In what could be the most important civic breakthrough for Memphis' built environment in 100 years, the Land Use Control Board will vote on the revised and long-awaited Unified Development Code this Thursday, May 28th, at 5 p.m., in the Memphis City Council chambers at 125 N Main – City Hall.

If you, as a citizen, neighborhood, developer and/or leader, want better tools to rebuild a greater Memphis, or just want a better built Memphis, please show up to show your support.

If you're not up to inspecting the toolkit, 424 pages of development code, the Office of Planning and Development has created a short document which lists the organizing principles of the UDC. Given the importance of citizens and neighborhood groups to its real success, how-to's, case studies, mailing lists, websites, etc. would also be very useful auxiliary tools moving forward.

Beale Street

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Blogger Ryan Fowler said...

Thanks for sharing this.

7:30 AM  
Blogger Scott said...

I don't pretend to understand the intricacies of building codes, but I really like what I saw in the document you linked. This sounds like a much-needed initiative and a great example of progressive (in the non-political sense) thinking on the part of our city leaders.

8:48 AM  
Blogger Eric Mathews said...

Did this pass?

8:11 PM  

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