Town planners have started studying “pocket’’ neighborhoods as a potential zoning measure for a downtown village that is still in its planning phases. Earlier this month, the Planning Board hosted a forum with a local developer to gather more input and information about the concept. An example of the design can be found in a Concord development of small clapboard cottages that form a tight ring encircled by gardens and walkways.
Looking into pocket neighborhoods
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