Recruiting Small Scale Developers

John Pattison
John Pattison
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Shared from The Project for Lean Urbanism, developer and designer John Anderson delivers a presentation detailing both techniques and benefits associated with small-scale development. John Anderson is affiliated with Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) and is a founding member of the Incremental Development Alliance. For more than three decades, John has accrued professional experience that spans across real estate design, the construction trades, sustainable urbanism, and more. 


Managed by the nonprofit Center for Applied Transect Studies (CATS), The Project for Lean Urbanism is committed to "making small possible" by helping creating Pink Zones that heighten people-centric participation in building communities, businesses, and homes. The Project also provides stakeholders with low-cost strategies and free tools to assist them in their community building work. 


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