Patrick Fox, CEO of Consensus Strategies, to the show to discuss zoning and development trends for 2022, including strategies for building consensus in communities, how
Consensus Strategies CEO Patrick Fox talks about NY marijuana NIMBYs and site fights with Blunt Business Radio. Hear the full interview here
The Gold Rush is on. With a year to ramp up to legal recreational marijuana in New York, the battle between local equity applicants and
America’s Commercial Real Estate Show March 02, 2021- Things have certainly changed when it comes to zoning and entitlement of real estate projects. It’s perfect
More than 1 in 10 opponents of legalization say they are likely to be a customer.
Our COVID Studies are helping to focus public policy, inform public debate and drive effective COVID response around the world. Consensus Strategies has been heavily
The Covid-19 crisis is likely to be the greatest disaster of our lifetime with implications that will extend for years to come. The changes to society, business, politics and public perceptions will be extensive with both new challenges and opportunities for developers and all companies operating in the public sphere.
U.S. zoning expert Patrick Fox joins show host/broker Michael Bull to discuss how COVID has changed the rezoning and entitlement process. Discussions include new strategies
New “Digital Advocates” will change local planning and decision making.
This societal crisis, unlike any we have seen in our lifetimes, has presented a myriad of challenges. Arguably one of the hardest challenges to grapple with has been social distancing and orders prohibiting large gatherings. But we’re adapting. Online
1. They have got to win this approval. The business men and women who appear before your commissions and boards seeking approvals are under tremendous
1. Opponents defy demographics. They now come from every ethnicity, age, party, ideology, region, religion, and gender. While in many situations the more affluent —
1. Stop all development anywhere near me. 79% of Americans want no new development projects in their communities. Now that does not mean they are