Design tools assist in physical planning and the design of the layout, composition, structure, and configuration of a new community. These tools are organized according to three scales related to the greenfield development site: the external site context, the external and internal site framework, and the internal site configuration.
The Greenfield Tool Box has been developed based on three categories: physical design, public engagement, and policy. Choose the category you would like to learn more about.
Process tools provide information to the public and stakeholders through a comprehensive set of development performance indicators, visualizations, and interactive educational and visioning exercises. These are meant to improve the transparency, accountability, and participation involved with public processes.
Implementation tools describe policies, programs, and mechanisms for promoting compact, complete greenfield communities. These tools can range from incentive based programs to regulatory approaches for implementing complete greenfield communities.