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Historical Preservation
Examines historical preservation as a major land use program and development rights transfers as an historic preservation technique.
# 107687 | 3,220 words | 9 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper explains that historic preservation, a major form of land use in some areas of the country, is a concerted and detailed effort of federal, state and local government. The paper then reviews the development of laws and various court decisions, which govern historic preservation. The paper relates that laws permitting the transferring of development rights are designed to clarify certain zoning laws and to ensure that certain lands and structures can be protected.

Table of Contents:
The National Historic Preservation Act
Historic Preservation" as a Major Land Use Program
Historic Landmark Protection
Constitutionality of Historic Preservation
Transfer of Development Rights
Discussion and Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • ARTICLE XIII. Historic and Landmark District Regulations. http://www.hvilletn.org/documents/zoningord/Article%2013.pdf
  • Benhamou F. Who Owns Cultural Goods? The Case of Built HeritageForthcoming, in Ginsburgh, V. (ed.), Economics of the Arts and Culture, Elsevier Science, 2003. http://matisse.univ-paris1.fr/doc2/mse3102.pdf
  • Brookshire, J. E. 1997 The Delicate Art of Balance - Ruminations on Change and Expectancy in Local Land Use. William and Mary Law Review. Volume: 38. Issue: 3.. Page Number: 1047-1098.
  • Kelly E. D., Mandelker Daniel R. Strong A L. 1996. Property Rights and Takings. Journal of the American Planning Association. Volume: 62. Issue: 1. Page Number: 5+.
  • National Historic Landmarks. National Park Service. http://www.nps.gov/history/nhl/

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