3 edition of Neighborhood conservation in New York City. found in the catalog.
Neighborhood conservation in New York City.
New York (N.Y.). Housing and Redevelopment Board.
in [New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HN80.N5 A48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||68005618|
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Neighborhood Conservation Districts Survey Page 3 of 14 ADMINISTERED BY ZONING DEPARTMENT – BINDING REVIEW 1. Boise, ID “Neighborhood Conservation District” Enacted Activities Subject to Review: New construction, major alterations/additions Who administers: Depends on ordinance adopted for each separate neighborhood Nomination Criteria: Identifiable attribute in . NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION for use by new generations of urban dwellers.5 On the Mayor of the City of New York created the Neighborhood Preserva-tion Program,6 the first truly comprehensive effort in the nation aimed at preserving sound urban neighborhoods.
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The conservation overlay regulations are applied in addition to standard zoning regulations and will usually take precedence.