To support the integrated planning and design required for a LEED for Neighborhood Development project and to streamline the application and certification process.
At least one principal member of the project team must be a LEED accredited professional.
At least one principal member of the project design team must be a professional who is credentialed in smart growth as determined by the Natural Resources Defense Council in consultation with Smart Growth America.
At least one principal member of the project design team must be a professional who is credentialed in new urbanism as determined by the Congress for the New Urbanism.
Note: A separate LEED accredited professional exam track for professionals wanting to specialize in the LEED for Neighborhood Development Rating System will be available in early 2010; this IDP credit can be achieved if a principal member of the project design team is accredited as a result of passing the exam.
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