Save the date! The 2014 Redevelopment Forum will be Friday, March 14, at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick. We’ll have more details here soon!
Thanks to everyone who helped make Redevelopment Forum 2013 such a great success! All presentations are now up on our SlideShare channel, and are linked from each session’s description. You may view all the videos from the morning plenary and luncheon keynote by clicking on the playlist above. The first few photos are also up on our Facebook page, with more to be added later this week. Come take a look!
Also please check the main New Jersey Future website for write-ups of many of the Forum sessions.
New Jersey Future is pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education has recently approved the March 1 Redevelopment Forum for 5.80 New Jersey CLE credits and 4 Pennsylvania CLE credits. The New Jersey Board of Architects has approved the Forum for 6 continuing education hours. The American Institute of Certified Planners has approved the Redevelopment Forum for a total of 6 AICP certification maintenance (CM) credits.
We’re pleased to announce that the American Institute of Certified Planners has approved the Redevelopment Forum for a total of six AICP certification maintenance (CM) credits. The morning plenary session, the luncheon keynote, and each set of breakout sessions offer 1.5 CM credits. Fees increase the week of Feb. 25, so register today!
During the morning plenary session, representatives from Facing Our Future, an independent, bipartisan effort led by more than 20 former cabinet officers and senior government executives, will preview the organization’s upcoming report on New Jersey’s transportation, water and energy infrastructure. Continue reading
Shaun Donovan, the secretary of the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, will deliver the breakfast keynote at New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum on March 1 at 8:30 AM.
Mr. Donovan has been tapped by President Obama to lead the federal government’s long-term planning and rebuilding efforts in areas affected by Superstorm Sandy. He will talk briefly about the strategies his task force is putting in place and the issues it will need to address, including housing, coastline restoration, transportation and infrastructure investments. Continue reading
Through the generosity of title sponsor Bank of America, New Jersey Future is able to offer 40 municipal attendees the opportunity to attend this year’s Redevelopment Forum at the discounted rate of $25. Continue reading
As New Jersey faces one of its most significant rebuilding challenges in decades, communities and whole regions have the opportunity to envision what their futures will look like and build toward this vision. John Fregonese has been a planner for 30 years, where he has earned the reputation of being able both to create an energizing vision for communities and to develop concrete, workable solutions to urban problems. Since founding his firm in 1997, John has led a variety of planning projects, including some of the most nationally significant regional plans in recent decades. Continue reading
New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum attracts a crowd of more than 500 of New Jersey’s best and brightest legislative and business leaders, local officials, citizen activists and development professionals – all of whom are committed to strengthening New Jersey’s communities and neighborhoods through good planning and high-quality redevelopment projects. Conference will be held on Friday, March 1 at the Hyatt Hotel in New Brunswick. Be sure to register today!