Fb2 Exclusionary Zoning: Land Use Regulation and Housing in the 1970s ePub
by Richard F. Babcock
|Category:||Nature and Ecology|
|Author:||Richard F. Babcock|
|Publisher:||Praeger Publishers (February 1974)|
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Babcock, Richard F. Publication date. Housing - United States, Zoning, Exclusionary - United States.
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Exclusionary zoning is the use of zoning ordinances to exclude certain types of land uses from a given community. As of the 2010s, exclusionary zoning ordinances are standard in almost all communities. Exclusionary zoning was introduced in the early 1900s, typically to prevent racial and ethnic minorities from moving into middle- and upper-class neighborhoods.
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The principal authority for land-use regulation in California, in accord with the national pattern,' has been delegated by the State to local governments. 2 Many localities have utilized this delegation to promote "exclusionary" residential patterns through the implementa-tion of restrictive zoning ordinances. For more detailed analyses, see R. BABCOCK & F. BOSSELMAN, EXCLUSIONARY ZONING: LAND USE REGULATION AND HOUSING IN THE 1970s (1973); Ellickson, Suburban Growth Controls: An Economic andLegal Anaolsis, 86 YALE . 385 (1977); Sager, Tight Little Islands Exclusionary Zoning, Equal Protectionand the Indigent, 21 STAN.
Exclusionary Zoning: Land Use Regulation and Housing in the 1970s. The units of analysis are all suburbs with populations of 10,000 or more in 1960 and 1970. THEM-Blacks in Suburbia. While there are clear differences between southern and nonsouthern suburbs in average levels of the push and pull variables, as well as the rate at which the black suburban population grew in the 1960s, the effects of these variables on black suburban growth were the same in both regions.
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o land-use regulations restrict housing supply and drive up hous-ing prices? This is a crucial public policy question .
o land-use regulations restrict housing supply and drive up hous-ing prices? This is a crucial public policy question because housing affordability strains the budgets of low- and middle-income resi-dents of the country’s most expensive cities, which are also home to some of the highest-paying jobs. 6. Richard F. Babcock and Fred P. Bosselman, Exclusionary Zoning: Land Use Regulation and Housing in the 1970s (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1973), 25. 7. See, for example, Charles E. Connerly, The Most Segregated City in America: City Planning and Civil Rights in Birmingham, 1920–1980 (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005).
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See richard f. babcock & fred p. bosselman, exclusionary zoning: land use regulation and housing in. bosselman, exclusionary zoning: land use regulation and housing in the 1970S 47 (1973). In the early 1970s, the federal government provided support and funds for the development of area-wide councils of government and briefly supported the metropolitan dispersal of assisted housing.
Reform 625 (1972); Lawrence Sager, Tight Little Islands: Exclusionary Zoning: Equal Protection, and the Indigent, 21 Stan. 13 Fred Bosselman & David Callies, The Quiet Revolution in Land Use Control (Washington, .