Redevelopment is becoming the rule rather than the norm in Carolina Beach. To prepare for and ensure continuing prosperity, Stewart worked with the Town to update their CAMA (Coastal Area Management Act) Land Use Plan, which guides future land use decisions and policies relating to development, the environment, and other state-mandated requirements. CAMA Land Use Plans are required for coastal counties by the State’s Coastal Resource Commission, though most jurisdictions like Carolina Beach also have a plan.
The Plan has a number of functions, including regulating development that impacts public environmental resources in coastal communities. The town is driven by three broad interest groups – residents, businesses, and tourism – and finding the balance is key as the community furthers the broader conversation about their collective future vision.
Town of Carolina Beach, NC
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