Developing Sustainable Planned Communities by Jim Heid,Richard Franko,Jo Allen Gause,Steven

By Jim Heid,Richard Franko,Jo Allen Gause,Steven Kellenberg,Jeff Kingsbury,Edward T. McMahon,Judi G. Schweitzer,Daniel K. Slone,Jonathon Rose

Get functional how-to info on designing and constructing appealing, ecocnomic, and environmentally accountable deliberate groups. This ebook contains 10 case reports of winning initiatives within the united states, the U.K., and Australia

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