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ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
ULI Inviting conflict
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  • 1. Welcome to Our Workshop! Inviting conflict: Do plans andcommunity visions attract developer interest?
  • 2. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?Session Moderator: Valarie Ferro-Weston Solutions, Inc.Panel Moderator: Dusty McMahan-Weston Solutions, Inc.Developers: Mike Goman-Weston Solutions Inc./Goman + York Katherine Wellington-Owner/Principal, Investor Property Specialists, Inc. Adam Winstanley-President, Winstanley Enterprises Steve Durkee-Cornish Associates
  • 3. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?Round Table Discussions 3:45-4:10 PMDownloads 4:10-4:30 PMOpen Exchange-Panelists 4:30-4:55 PMWrap-up/Last Word 4:55-5:00 PM
  • 4. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest? Our ObjectivesHear accomplished developers comment on the effectiveness of attractingprivate investment through various land use toolsGain an understanding of the language and mindset of private developersUnderstand developers’ considerations when evaluating a communityIdentify flashpoints that turn developers offFind common ground that can benefit both the community and the developer
  • 5. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?Facilitators: Linda Farmer-Town of Tolland Craig Minor-Town of Newington Darren Mochrie-RKG Associates Mark Pellegrini-Town of Manchester, CT Craig Seymour-RKG Associates Jason Vincent-CCAPA President, Norwich Development Corporation
  • 6. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest? Round Table QuestionsA. Have you ever developed in a community because its vision, plans or land use policies were enticing?B. Do you find that these tools routinely reflect market forces?C. What types of land use guidelines/controls have you found to be most workable?D. Do you REALLY have interest in public outreach or is it a necessary evil (Come on…be honest)E. How do you deal with a community vision that is not economically sustainable?F. Do you think a WYSIWYG approach would work?G. At the municipal level, what is the biggest deterrent to development and what would you say could be changed?
  • 7. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest? Round Table Downloads
  • 8. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?A. Have you ever developed in a community because itsvision, plans or land use policies were enticing?
  • 9. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?B. Do you find that these tools routinely reflectmarket forces?
  • 10. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?C. What types of land use guidelines/controlshave you found to be most workable?
  • 11. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?D. Do you REALLY have interest in public outreach or isit a necessary evil (Come on…be honest)
  • 12. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?E. How do you deal with a community visionthat is not economically sustainable?
  • 13. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?G. At the municipal level, what is the biggestdeterrent to development and what would yousay could be changed?
  • 14. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?F. Do you think a WYSIWYG approach wouldwork?
  • 15. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest?
  • 16. Inviting conflict: Do plans and community visions attract developer interest? THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING!!

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