The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 43, No. 4, p. 1107, 2011
4 Pages Posted: 14 Feb 2012 Last revised: 30 Jan 2014
Date Written: February 13, 2012
In 1984, Professor David Callies wrote Regulating Paradise to describe the regulatory scheme in Hawai’i. In 2010, he followed up that book with Regulating Paradise: Land Use Controls in Hawai’i to reexamine the issues as they have developed over the last 25-plus years: housing affordability, the subjects of development agreements, condemnation, defining open space and agricultural lands, takings, cultural sensitivity, environmental assessment, the prevalence of covenanted communities, and redevelopment.
This essay is a review of Professor Callies work which is a must read for anyone involved in land use in Hawaii. What emerges from his work are lingering questions about whether the regulatory scheme has over protected paradise.
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Salkin, Patricia, David L. Callies, Regulating Paradise: Land Use Controls in Hawai’i (2d Ed. 2010) (Book Review) (February 13, 2012). The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 43, No. 4, p. 1107, 2011; Albany Law School Research Paper No. 45 of 2011-2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2004482