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  • General « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    Guide to Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program Recent Posts A Guide to Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program Affordable Housing Mandates Ontario Government Supports Inclusionary Housing Strengthen Ontario s Provincial Policy Statement as one tool to meet the province s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Voluntary or Mandatory Inclusionary Housing By admin on January 25th 2010 Nick Brunick et al Voluntary or Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Production Predictability and Enforcement Business and Professional People for the Public Interest November 2003 This paper compares mandatory and voluntary programs and examines why mandatory programs are more productive Read the paper Read the full post Tags Nicholas Brunick resource USA voluntary vs mandatory Category General United States Leave a comment Inclusionary Housing Proven Success in Large Cities By admin on January 25th 2010 Nicholas J Brunick I nclusionary Housing Proven Success in Large Cities Zoning Practice American Planning Association October 2004 This paper explores the inclusionary zoning programs in the five large cities of Boston San Francisco San Diego Sacramento and

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  • Planning for Inclusive Neighbourhoods Forum 2008 « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Planning for Inclusive Neighbourhoods Forum 2008 By admin on December 1st 2009 On June 26 2008 the Wellesley Institute and the University of Toronto Cities Centre hosted a forum to review the opportunities and challenges of inclusionary zoning a practice used by hundreds of municipalities across the United States to create affordable homes More than 100 people gathered at the Sutton Place hotel to hear about how inclusionary zoning works in the US and what might be useful in the Canadian context Here are videos and presentation slides from the forum David Rusk the leading U S authority on inclusionary zoning and the former mayor of Santa Fe David s slide presentation Video Sheila Dillon the Director of Housing for the City of Boston Sheila s slide presentation Richard Drdla a planning consultant in Toronto with a long time interest in inclusionary planning policies Richard s Slide Presentation Video Adam Gross a lawyer with Business and Professional People for the

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  • powerpoint « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    Taking Action Campaigns Campaign Province Ontario Resources United States Canada Recommended General Surveys Impact Administration What s New FAQ Contributor Bios Spotlight A Guide to Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program Recent Posts A Guide to Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program Affordable Housing Mandates Ontario Government Supports Inclusionary Housing Strengthen Ontario s Provincial Policy Statement as one tool to meet the province s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Planning for Inclusive Neighbourhoods Forum 2008 By admin on December 1st 2009 On June 26 2008 the Wellesley Institute and the University of Toronto Cities Centre hosted a forum to review the opportunities and challenges of inclusionary zoning a practice used by hundreds of municipalities across the United States to create affordable homes More than 100 people gathered at the Sutton Place hotel to hear about how inclusionary zoning works in the US and what might be useful in the Canadian context Read the full post Tags development issues powerpoint resource video Category Resources Leave a comment Search Stay

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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada » Brian Eng » Print
    Bios Comments Disabled Brian is the Community Action Specialist at the Wellesley Institute 1 You can contact Brian by sending and email to brian at wellesleyinstitute com 2 View all posts by Brian 3 Article printed from Inclusionary Housing Canada http www inclusionaryhousing ca URL to article http www inclusionaryhousing ca 2010 02 brian eng URLs in this post 1 Wellesley Institute http www wellesleyinstitute com 2 brian at wellesleyinstitute

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  • Michael Shapcott « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    as one tool to meet the province s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Michael Shapcott By admin on January 1st 2010 Michael Shapcott is the Director Affordable Housing and Social Innovation at the Wellesley Institute View

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  • Richard Suchow « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    Posts A Guide to Developing an Inclusionary Housing Program Affordable Housing Mandates Ontario Government Supports Inclusionary Housing Strengthen Ontario s Provincial Policy Statement as one tool to meet the province s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009

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  • resource « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Impact of Inclusionary Zoning on Development By admin on January 20th 2010 Nicholas Brunick The Impact of Inclusionary Zoning on Development Business and Professional People for the Public Interest 2003 This paper identifies the benefits of inclusionary zoning and examines its impact on the production of market housing Read the paper Read the full post Tags development issues Nicholas Brunick resource USA Category Impact United States Leave a comment Case Studies Canadian Overview By Richard Drdla on January 20th 2010 Overview of Canadian Inclusionary Housing Policies Three major Canadian cities Montreal Toronto and Vancouver have formally enacted inclusionary housing policies Although different in many ways the policies share sufficient features to provide the basis for a limited but effective inclusionary housing approach that could be used widely across Canada Read the full post Tags Canadian case study resource Category Canada Case Studies Leave a comment Case Studies US Overview By Richard Drdla on January 20th 2010 Case Studies of US Inclusionary Zoning Programs Case studies have been prepared for six programs in the US These are drawn from the

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  • Recommended « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    the province s housing needs Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature Recent Comments Working Group Contributors Richard Drdla Archives Select Month December 2010 October 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 Evaluating Inclusionary Zoning Policies By admin on January 25th 2010 David Rusk Evaluating Inclusionary Zoning Policies 2002 This paper draws a distinction between affordable housing policies and inclusionary zoning policies and sets out the key components of an effective inclusionary zoning policy Read the paper Read the full post Tags David Rusk resource USA Category General United States Leave a comment The Inclusionary Housing Debate The Effectiveness of Mandatory Programs Over Voluntary Programs By admin on January 25th 2010 Nicholas J Brunick The Inclusionary Housing Debate The Effectiveness of Mandatory Programs over Voluntary Programs Zoning Practice American Planning Association September 2004 This paper sets out the evidence and examines why mandatory inclusionary programs are more productive than voluntary ones Read the paper Read the full post Tags Nicholas Brunick resource USA voluntary vs mandatory Category General United States Leave a comment Voluntary or Mandatory Inclusionary Housing By admin on January 25th 2010 Nick Brunick et al Voluntary or

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