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Economic Dev/Reg'l Planning » Regional Planning

Regional Planning

Coordinated planning at regional and local levels helps to reduce long-term costs to Burlington County taxpayers and enhance quality of life by:
  • Developing in the right areas
  • Avoiding development in the wrong areas, i.e., rural and environmentally sensitive areas
  • Redeveloping sites to bring them back to productivity and increase value
  • Preserving land that defines Burlington County's high quality of life in the county, i.e., farmland and open space
Achieving the right balance of growth and preservation requires a sustained, concerted planning effort that is coordinated with the county and its municipalities. Developing thoughtful plans that apply a “bottom-up”, “consensus-based” approach forms a strong foundation for planning the future of Burlington County.

  • Professional services for regional planning in Burlington County
  • Municipal planning services, i.e., master plans, zoning ordinances, redevelopment
  • Managing and analyzing data and information for industrial sectors and market analyses
  • Geographic information system mapping and analyses
Balancing growth and preservation provides a high quality of life for residents and businesses



Burlington County Planning Board 
Burlington County Municipal Redevelopment Areas 
College of New Jersey, The Sustainability Institute 
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission 
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Fair Housing Act Administration 
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Historic Preservation Office 
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development
New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency
New Jersey Office of Planning Advocacy
New Jersey State Planning Commission
Rutgers, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Research Centers
United States Bureau of Economic Analysis
United State Bureau of Labor Statistics
United State Census Bureau 

Ed Fox, Regional Planning Coordinator
Economic Development and Regional Planning
Burlington County Bridge Commission
(609) 265-5055, FAX (609) 265-5006

Physical Address:
1900 Briggs Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Mailing Address:
1300 Rte. 73 North, PO Box 6
Palmyra, NJ 08065-1900


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