Targeted Actions to Address Abandoned Property, Vacancy, and Demolition
Rural jurisdictions must balance the development of new housing infrastructure with targeted actions to address abandoned property, vacancy, and demolition. In addition to controlling blight, this practice also ensures that the local jurisdiction controls market access to the properties most suited for development.
Implementation of this policy can be politically and financially expensive. Balancing opportunity costs, public priorities, available resources, potential for litigation, and the demands of the private market can help guide the policy development.
1+ years to implement the policy change
Address Disinvestment, Maintenance, New Development
Policy / Regulation
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