We are committed to good planning and zoning to create a more walkable, livable, Richmond area.
Talk of zoning regulations and special use permits can make our eyes glaze over, too. But zoning and the planning documents that shape them are crucial to encouraging healthy communities with mixed-use construction, targeted density, transit-oriented development, complete streets and more. The PSG community is engaged in master plan updates and implementation across the Richmond region. And you can be, too.
June 12, 2018 - "Needed: The Right Parking Policies for a Growing Richmond" - Bacon's Rebellion
September 28, 2017 - "New zoning in place for Scott’s Addition, Boulevard" - Richmond BizSense
The Pulse Corridor Plan updates zoning along Richmond's bus rapid transit project, the Pulse, set to be complete in 2018, and encourages transit-oriented development.
August 20, 2017 - "Henrico study of Route 5 corridor underway" - Richmond Times-Dispatch
July 18, 2017 - "Newest Jeff Davis Corridor plan suggests trolley system" - Richmond Times-Dispatch
July 18, 2017 - "Update to Richmond's Master Plan Underway for the City's 300th Anniversary" - Style Weekly
Controversy over North Side's Westwood Tract highlights the vital need for citizens to engage in their planning and zoning processes. The city is currently in the midst of Richmond 300, an update to the citywide Master Plan. PSG urges citizens to engage in the Richmond 300 process. Make your voices heard.
June 21, 2017 - "Judge sides with Union Presbyterian Seminary in Westwood Tract project; residents plan to appeal decision" - Richmond Times-Dispatch
June 7, 2017 - "Richmond zoning board denies appeal aimed at blocking apartment development on Westwood Tract" - Richmond Times-Disptach
May 17, 2017 - "Jeff Davis plan a first for Chesterfield" - Chesterfield Observer
Chesterfield County's 'Northern Jefferson Davis Special Area Plan' seeks to improve the critical corridor through land use and zoning changes.
May 4, 2017 - "Ginter Park Residents Look to City to Stop Westwood Tract" - Style Weekly
January 18, 2017 - "Public meetings heat up Montpelier Center" - Hanover Herald-Progress