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FRECI_20-2 - Lecture Preview Florida Real Estate Commission...

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1 Florida Real Estate Commission Course I Pre-Licensing Course for Sales Associates Session 20 – Lecture 2 Planning and Zoning Copyright, 2005 2 Lecture Preview What will you learn from this lecture? Discuss the rationale behind various land uses and land-use models Explore the need for and benefits of building codes Introduce the planning commission and discuss their role in community development Copyright, 2005 3 Vocabulary Terms Buffer zone Building code Building inspection Building permit Certificate of occupancy Zoning ordinance Copyright, 2005 4 Existing & Future Land Uses Uses should be “stepped” according to intensity Single family, detached, clustered, condos, apartments, etc. Parks and recreation, schools, jails, government buildings, etc. Small businesses, stores, malls, high-rise offices, etc. Light to heavy manufacturing, industrial parks, warehouses, etc. Copyright, 2005 5 Burgess Land Use Model Downtown Factory Zone Zone of Transition Working Class Zone Residential Zone Single family, apartment houses Concentric Urban Development 6
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