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NSP Land Banking 101: What is a Land Bank?

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Date Published: September 2010

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This component of the NSP Land Banking Toolkit is intended for grantees and their partners who want to pursue land banking strategies but are not intimately familiar with the process. It provides a detailed definition of a land bank and discusses the four critical elements to successful land banking. It also includes a "Quick Guide to Land Banks" section, which contains a discussion of types of land bank programs, governance structures, and traditional income sources.

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