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Cover for Negotiated Developments: The Evolution of Planned Unit Developments and Stakeholder Interactions in Washington D.C.'s ANC 6D
dc.contributor.advisorBrandes, Uwe S.
dc.contributor.advisorSealy, Desa
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dc.date.accessioned2020-07-07T17:38:30Z
dc.date.available2020-07-07T17:38:30Z
dc.date.created2018
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dc.description.abstractCommunity opposition is conceived as a protective action so not to disrupt the identity of a place and community. Much of the past research on opposition to development is focused on community opposition to affordable housing and homeless shelters, which leaves out other development projects. In order to complete my research on opposition to planned unit development projects in ANC 6D of Washington, DC, I employ several techniques to answer my research questions, including a combination of literature and case study reviews, dataset analysis, and stakeholder interviews. Through this research, I expect to find that developers are not actively engaging with the community throughout the development process. In this paper, I argue that the ways in which the community engagement phase of the planned unit development process is conducted, has a significant impact on the success and timeline of a project. By creating a community report, conducting surveys, and utilizing various social media platforms, developers, planners, and community members can work together to have successful developments. By creating a community report, conducting surveys, and utilizing various social media platforms, developers, planners, and community members can work together to have successful developments.
dc.publisherGeorgetown University
dc.subjectPlanned Unit Development
dc.subjectCommunity Opposition
dc.subjectNIMBY
dc.subjectWashington, DC
dc.subjectCommunity Engagement
dc.subjectAnti-Growth
dc.subjectGentrification
dc.titleNegotiated Developments: The Evolution of Planned Unit Developments and Stakeholder Interactions in Washington D.C.'s ANC 6D
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