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IPA's Planning Services and Regional Development programs provide project-based assistance to community stakeholders across Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic region.
The Institute for Public Administration's (IPA) team of urban and regional planners, public policy professionals, and student research assistants provides project-based planning and economic development assistance to local and state governments, regional planning organizations, and business and community groups in Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic region.
Areas of staff expertise and interest include comprehensive planning, market and feasibility studies, spatial analysis and mapping, strategic planning, regional innovation policy, and economic data and policy analysis.
Project commitments with IPA range from one-day training sessions and multi-month planning studies to entire planning periods and ongoing applied research partnerships. Follow the links below to learn more about IPA's regional development and planning work.
For more information about Regional Development and Planning at the Institute for Public Administration, contact Troy Mix.
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