Maintaining The Unique Quality Of A Community
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A community can plan ahead for new construction by making zoning laws that mandate particular types of architecture that can be integrated into older sections of the city. City governments can also offer incentives to developers if they sensitively renovate an old building or choose a style of architecture that complements the original architecture. In any case, teaching future citizens to value their architectural history insures that care is given to decisions that affect the overall sense of place in a community.