Register Now for New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum on March 6

February 4, 2020

Register Now for New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum on March 6

New Jersey is struggling with outdated infrastructure, congested roads, and polluted water… but solutions are within reach. Learn about how redevelopment is the best way to achieve efficient, equitable, and sustainable growth in our state at New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum. We hope to see you March 6 in New Brunswick!  

REGISTER HERE! 

 

For the first time, AIA LU Approved courses will be offered at the Redevelopment Forum! 

STORMWATER 2020: SMOOTH SAILING OR CHOPPY WATERS?

 
 
 
 
 

2020 brings changes to New Jersey’s stormwater management seascape. NJDEP has published important amendments to the stormwater rules and further amendments are in the works. State legislation now allows the creation of stormwater utilities, through which municipalities can create a stable funding source for critical infrastructure improvements and maintenance. Looming over it all? Climate change and the massive challenges it presents. Learn about new stormwater requirements and opportunities, and how you can use them to improve communities. 1.5 AIA LU credits

 

ALL IN: REDEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE EQUITY

 
 
 
 
 

One of New Jersey’s greatest assets is its diversity. Unfortunately, New Jersey remains an economically and racially segregated state–meaning that not only are some people excluded from opportunity, but also that municipalities are missing out on the economic and social benefits of diversity. How can we use redevelopment as a way to achieve diversity and establish an equitable future where everyone can thrive? This session will explore strategies for incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion into redevelopment projects, including housing. 1.5 AIA LU credits 

 

BETTER TOGETHER: PLACE-BASED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN DOWNTOWNS

 
 
 
 
 

Downtown redevelopment projects often account for either economic development analysis or place-based planning, but not both. Learn how to incorporate both of these crucial aspects, as well as community engagement, for successful downtown revitalization. For local economic development to be sustainable and welcomed by communities, it must foster healthy, connected communities that maintain a unique sense of place. 1.5 AIA LU credits.

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