Websites

If you want to know more about Form-Based Codes and their use within Planning and Development, the links below are two of the best resources!

Form-Based Code Institute (FBCI)

The FBCI is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing the understanding and use of form-based codes.

Center for Applied Transect Studies (CATS)

The CATS promotes understanding of the built environment as part of the natural environment, through the planning methodology of the rural-to-urban transect. CATS supports interdisciplinary research, publication, tools, and training for the design, coding, building and documentation of resilient transect-based communities.