Land-Use Law, the Constitution, and Takings
Planning 102 focuses on land-use law. It begins a review of the basic principles governing land-use law. Topics include police power, delegation of authority, nuisances, due process, equal protection, just compensation, vagueness, and vested rights. Participants will then learn about Delaware court decisions affecting local land use.
Course topics will include:
- Basic terms and concepts
- A summary of tools
- Zoning, subdivision, and site-plan review
- Other approaches to land-use control
This session qualifies for certificate credit in the Academy for Excellence in Local Government Leadership and the Delaware Planning Education Program.
Cost: $55 | Instructors: Edward O'Donnell, AICP, Institute for Public Administration; and Max Walton, Esq., Partner at Connolly Gallagher, LLP
Friday, February 15, 2019 at 9:00am to 12:00pm
Paradee Center, 69 Transportation Circle Dover, DE 19901