Site Analysis

Site Analysis

Linking Program and Concept in Land Planning and Design

eBook - 2001
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For better plans-and better projects
The complete guide to site analysis
Site analysis is the key to a well-designed project. In fact, the careful and complete analysis of a site and its surrounding context can lead to better development proposals, smoother design implementation, and, ultimately, higher quality built environments.
This carefully conceived book is the first to detail each crucial step in the site analysis and planning process, from site selection through design development. It shows how these activities are integrated to arrive at a site plan that successfully balances the needs of the client and other stakeholders with the site's suitability for the intended land uses. With more than 130 illustrations, this book includes many outstanding examples of maps and site plans created by leading land planning firms. It offers guidance on:
* Site identification, evaluation, and selection
* Site inventories of physical, biological, and cultural attributes
* Land use suitability analysis using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
* Concept planning and design development
* Graphic communication with clients, government agencies, and other stakeholders
Filled with need-to-know information on the entire land planning and design process, Site Analysis is a vital addition to the library of students and professionals in landscape architecture, urban design and planning, and related areas.
This handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of the transfer pricing issues that affect taxpayers and tax collectors alike. It has a practical focus advising taxpayers about transfer pricing techniques and their consequences.
* Provides non-tax transfer pricing guidance on such issues as imported merchandise, customs-related issues, and customs appraisement
* Describes IRS penalties in detail
* Describes various transfer pricing methodologies
This core volume (ISBN 0471-406619) is supplemented annually.

The 2002 Supplement includes updates to both Transfer Pricing 3e and Transfer Pricing International. It contains:
* Two new chapters on Cost-Sharing Buy-Ins and Technology, Licensing, and Economic Issues in Transfer Pricing
* Complete revisions to chapters on New Zealand, Singapore, Belgium, Czech Republic, Russia, and South Africa. (with updates to Germany chapter)
* New Appendix containing information regarding Practice Note 7
This supplement updates the core volumes, Feinschreiber/Transfer Pricing Handbook, Third Edition (ISBN 0471-406619) and Transfer Pricing International: A Country by Country Guide (ISBN 0471-385239).

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Details each step in the site analysis and planning process, from site selection through design development, and shows how these activities are integrated to arrive at a site plan that balances the needs of the client and other stakeholders with the site's suitability for the intended land uses. Gives advice on site identification and selection, site inventories of physical, biological, and cultural attributes, and graphic communication with clients and other stakeholders. Offers many examples of b&w maps and site plans created by leading land planning firms. LaGro is a registered landscape architect and professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: New York : John Wiley, 2001
ISBN: 9780471437826
0471437824
0471344125
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 227 p.) : ill

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