This Week in Land Use Regulation, October 23rd

This Week in Land Use Regulation, October 23rd

News and Commentary

Liberty Towers affordable housing development faces zoning map, text, and permit barriers to construction in St. George, Staten Island, writes Vanessa Londono for New York’s Yes In My Backyard. The development would include 750 residential units with at least 225 designated affordable.

Lindsey Ross reflects on her position as a Bozeman, Montana, landowner in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, observing the critical nature of affordable housing for all municipal stakeholders.

Sarah Crump and Brookings colleagues recommend statewide legalization of moderate-density housing near transit stations to address the Boston area’s housing supply shortage.

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By |2020-10-23T14:21:21-07:00October 23rd, 2020|Blog, Land Use Regulation|