Dr. Arthur C. Nelson's presentation reviews Piedmont Triad trends, preferences, and opportunities by analyzing changing demographics and a changing housing market
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This presentation looks at various data regarding health in the Piedmont Triad, including the retail food environment and morbidity rates due to certain illnesses.
Dr. Arthur Nelson examines Piedmont Triad market trends, preferences and opportunities to 2025 and 2040.
This project work plan is an element required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It details Piedmont Together goals, objectives, plan elements, major activities, process design, project timeline, and community engagement efforts.
These Piedmont Together timelines incorporate several actions of the planning process.
This memorandum describes the Sustainable Design and Development Workshop held on May 21st and 22nd of 2012 and focuses on the outcomes of the workshop and recommended next steps that Asheboro can take to advance key smart growth goals.
This analysis assesses Greensboro's plans, policies, and codes through a new lens.
A key element of the planning process is to engage local citizens and groups who are generally left out of community discussion on sustainability issues.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report covers the period January 1, 2012 through June 30, 2012.
This meta-analysis examines the most recent analysis of impediments to fair housing prepared by HUD-funded entities that serve localities within the Piedmont Triad Regional Council area.