Capstone projects from the Urban and Regional Studies and Planning program of the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Professional Plan Capstone from 2019

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Ampthill Neighborhood Market Analysis & Community Strengthening Plan, Claude P. Armstrong

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Making a House a Home: A Community Plan for Regional Engagement on Housing, Anna N. Clemens

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PLANNING AN INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM IN NORFOLK VIRGINIA, Matthew A. Cline

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VCU Campus Tree Plan, Bilal Damaj

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Guiding Growth: A Growth Management Plan for Powhatan County, Julia E. Hensley

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Green Infrastructure Initiative Plan, Benjamin P. Jones

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Impact Investment Strategy: Linking Health & Housing, Elizabeth G. McKinsey

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Saving the Libby Hill Viewshed: Preserving and Enhancing One of Richmond’s Greatest Assets, Christopher J. McNamara

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Scenic Corridor and Trail-Oriented Development Plan for Charles City County, Virginia, Brett Meadows

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Scott's Addition Green Space Plan: Small Changes Making a Big Impact, Sara J. Rozmus

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Residential Fire Impacts on Richmond, Virginia: A plan for identifying and educating our most vulnerable communities, Jennifer L. Tillett

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A Strategy for the Cultivation of Community Strength, Jessica Tomasita Turner

Professional Plan Capstone from 2018

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Implementation Plan for the Maggie Walker Community Land Trust to Operate as a Land Bank, Matthew J. Becker

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Increasing Access to the James River Park System: A Community Roadmap with the Blackwell, Oak Grove, and Bellemeade Neighborhoods, Max A. Ewart

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Creating Safer Routes to School for Fairfield Court Elementary Students, Lara Handwerker

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Virginia Commonwealth University Stormwater Management Plan, Jesse Harris

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The Fourth District Police Station Plan, Zhaokai Liu

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Myers Street Streetscape Plan, Nathan J. Manning

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The Scott's Addition Complete Streets Plan, Cassandra Patterson

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Expanding Housing Opportunities and Preserving Character in Historic Neighborhoods, Jessica R. Russo