From The Saint Report

NIMBY Wars: Offense and Defense in Land Use Political Campaigns

Seven Insights Gained from 30 Years of Land Use Permitting Battles

Saint Approach Explained at Work Bank Sustainability Summit

UN Body in Cambodia Urges Halt to UK Grocery Project – Huh?

Changing Landscape for Development Strategy: Pt.5 Compete outside the box

Generation Y drives developers to downsize to much smaller homes

Changing Landscape for Real Estate Development: Pt.4 Gain Competitive Advantage

Changing Landscape for Real Estate Development Strategy: Pt.3 Think Outside The Box

Changing Landscape for Real Estate Development: Pt.2 Using New Weapons

Changing Landscape for Real Estate Development: Pt.1 David and Goliath

What We Do at Saint Consulting and Why We Do It

Top 15 Arguments Against New Land Use Permit-Not Just NIMBY Objections

New Book on Rise and Fall of A&P has Lessons for Today’s Grocery Store Wars

Cape Cod Times interviews Mike Saint on How to Wage NIMBY Wars

Not All Opponents to New Development are NIMBYs

Linear Land Use Projects Are Toughest to Win Local Approval

Key Emerging Trends In Land Use Politics

Linear Land Use Projects Hardest to Get Approved By Local Officials

New Methods and Tools Win Development Battles; Investment in New Technologies is Critical

Can You Pass The Saint Aptitude Test? Are You A Land Use Expert?

Changing landscape for real estate development strategy: Part 1 David and Goliath

Changing landscape for real estate development strategy: Part 2 using new weapons

Changing landscape for real estate development strategy: Part 3 thinking outside the box

Changing landscape for real estate development strategy: Part 4 gaining competitive advantage

The changing landscape for real estate development strategy: Part 5 Competing outside the box

People rarely say they are NIMBY, but look at their concerns

Opposed to everything? Ok, what is good, appropriate development?

Pols who try to take away NIMBY’s rights to say no may face sack

A message on publication of NIMBY Wars

Grassroots approaches can counter NIMBY fears about development

More unwarranted assumptions that put developers’ projects in political jeopardy

Two sets of values in conflict when NIMBYs oppose development

Enduring lesson from 1980s – political tactics, not marketing, win land use fights

When NIMBYs win, expect developers to try, try again somewhere else

Saint disagrees with university claim that NIMBYs don’t exist

12 Tips to Maximize Support at Public Hearings

Goodbye Debra Stein, you will be missed

Let’s call opponents to wind power by real name – NIMBY

Use political savvy to win over project foes in development

More unwarranted assumptions that put developers’ projects in political jeopardy

Unwarranted assumptions by developers lead to negative political outcomes – Part 1

With opposition to everything, what is good, appropriate development, reader asks

The risks in using a local political fixer to win your real estate project — Saint Tips

Grassroots approaches can counter NIMBY fears from development

Will end of Sprawl boost centralized planning and squash public input?

San Francisco should let markets sort out right retail mix, not micro-manage

Nothing deceitful about developers finding public support for projects




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