International Paper Company: Industry as a Land-Use Planner
Abstract:Industry often acts as a land-use planner. Four cases of recent actions by International Paper Company illustrate diverse ways in which industrial decisions were accompanied by the firm's planning analyses and related benefits. Land-use planning by industry documents the company's effects on a community, complementing conventional public planning. It considers general community relations, changes in the labor force, housing, surplus corporate lands, and efficient management of company assets.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Land Planner for International Paper Company's Land Planning Department within the Land and Timber Group. They are located in Portland, Oregon, and Dallas, Texas
Publication date: September 1, 1982
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