9/19/08 ~ How to Make Good Planning Profitable & Sustainable

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9/19/08 ~ How to Make Good Planning Profitable & Sustainable

Postby azpreservation » Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:41 am

Save September 19th for the UA Professional Development Seminar - How to Make Good Planning Profitable and Sustainable: Responsible Property Investing.

Planners: How many times have you heard a developer say "I can't do that and still make a profit"?

Developers: How often have you heard a planner sound like they don't understand you have a business to run and investors to satisfy?

Learn about a new approach called Responsible Property Investing (RPI). This emerging approach provides strategies for improving social and environmental outcomes while simultaneously producing good returns for developers and investors.

Come hear the UA's Dr. Gary Pivo, a founder of the RPI movement, share examples of built projects and discuss the UA's plans for the nation's first certificate program in Responsible Property Investing and Development. Then participate in a round table discussion of opportunities in Arizona.

Join us Friday September 19, 2008 11:30 - 3:00 at the Manning House, 450 W Paseo Redondo, Downtown Tucson.

Cost: $50 for 3 hours of AICP CM credit and lunch.

This is a Professional Development Seminar sponsored by the University of Arizona Planning Program.

Laura Huntoon, PhD AICP
Associate Professor of Practice
Director of Graduate Studies
Degree Program in Planning
Department of Geography & Regional Development
University of Arizona
PO Box 210076
Tucson AZ 85721-0076
fax: 520-621-9820
email: huntoon@u.arizona.edu

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