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UNC School of Government

Subdivision Practice

Available dates

Dec 3—5, 2019
3 days
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
USD 385
USD 128 per day


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About the course

This three-day intermediate course explores the authority, policies, and administration of subdivision regulation in North Carolina. Offered annually in the winter/spring, this course will address plat review, development standards, exactions, and provision of infrastructure.

This course is intended primarily for local government staff with responsibilities for drafting and administering subdivision ordinances, for plat review, and for subdivision ordinance enforcement. Public and private practitioners from related fields are also welcome. Prerequisite for attending the course is the Foundations in Planning and Development Regulation course.

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Adam Lovelady

Adam Lovelady’s work focuses on land use law and local planning. He teaches, researches, and advises on topics of zoning, land subdivision, transportation, renewable energy, and historic preservation. He joined the School of Government in 2012 and was named Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distingui...


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