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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada
    use and planning A strengthened Provincial Policy Statement can be an important tool for communities across the province to ensure all Ontarians have access to a healthy and affordable home Read the Wellesley Institute submission to the review Submission to the review can be made until October 29 2010 Please consider writing your own submission or sending a letter of support for the Wellesley Institute submission Submission may be sent to Provincial Policy Statement Review Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing Provincial Planning Policy Branch 777 Bay St 14th Floor Toronto ON M5G 2E5 If you make a submission or write a letter please send a copy to Michael Shapcott Director Affordable Housing and Social Innovation The Wellesley Institute 45 Charles Street East 101 Toronto Ontario Canada M4Y 1S2 michael wellesleyinstitute com Read the full post By admin on October 24th 2010 Category What s New Leave a comment Inclusionary Housing Bill Passes Second Reading in Ontario Legislature On Thursday June 3 Bill 58 Planning Amendment Act Enabling Municipalities to Require Inclusionary Housing 2010 passed second reading in the Ontario legislature and referred to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills This bill was the same as one that was introduced in the Legislature last fall and needed to come forward again after the new session was started this spring The purpose of the bill is to amend the Planning Act to allow municipalities to introduce Inclusionary Housing By Laws and programs The content of the bill can be read here The Hansard debate on Bill 58 can be read here A list of the MPPs who voted in favour of the bill can be read here Read the full post By admin on June 4th 2010 Category Campaign Province Ontario What s New Leave a comment Response to

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  • Join the discussion « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    The Issues Cost offsets Admininistration 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 Join the discussion You can join the discussion by adding a comment to any of the posts and pages that have comment boxes at the bottom You can also contribute new original material by filling in the form tomorrow Material added this way will be reviewed by the administrator of the site You can ask to become a regular contributor to the site and a username and password will be sent to you Please read our Contributors Guidelines gravityform id 6 title true description true Print This Page Search Stay Connected Sign up for

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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada » About Inclusionary Housing » Print
    way to providing affordable housing from the conventional social housing programs used to date in Canada While not all affordable housing programs are the same in the main they adhere to the following characteristics providing housing affordable on a permanent basis to a wider mix of incomes in all new residential developments and thereby a more affordable range of housing across the entire community engaging the private developers to build and provide the units at a price or rent well below what the market would otherwise provide establishing fixed and non negotiable rules regarding the affordable housing obligation so that all developers are treated in a consistent and equitable way relying on concessions available through the regulatory process like density bonuses and fee rebates and not financial subsidies to reduce the cost burden on the developers for providing the affordable housing Read more about how Inclusionary Housing programs work 1 See what Inclusionary Housing programs might accomplish 2 Explore our web site to find lots of good information about Inclusionary Housing Contribute to the discussion by commenting on the items you read or become a contributor 3 to add new information Article printed from Inclusionary Housing Canada http www inclusionaryhousing

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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada » About the Working Group » Print
    Neighbourhoods 2 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 Following the forum a group of activists policy makers and planners began meeting to gain a better understanding of Inclusionary Housing and to begin the process of having municipalities use this tool to increase the supply of affordable housing The group produced a discussion document 3 for the Housing Network of Ontario which was used by people who participated in the provincial government s Long Term Affordable Housing Strategy Members of the working group assisted MPP Cheri Di Novo when she was introducing Bill 198 An Act to amend the Planning Act with Respect to inclusionary housing 4 The Inclusionary Housing Working Group meets regulary If you would like more information please email us at info at inclusionaryhousing ca 5 Article printed from Inclusionary Housing Canada http www inclusionaryhousing ca URL to article http www inclusionaryhousing ca about the working group URLs in this post 1 Blueprint to End Homelessness in Toronto http www wellesleyinstitute com news affordable housing news the blueprint to end homelessness in toronto 2 Planning

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  • Request a speaker « 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

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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada » Contact Us » Print
    Inclusionary Housing Working Group can be reached by sending an email to info at inclusionaryhousing ca 1 Request a speaker The Working Group has speakers who can come to your event and talk about Inclusionary Housing Please fill in the following information Request a speaker 2 Article printed from Inclusionary Housing Canada http www inclusionaryhousing ca URL to article http www inclusionaryhousing ca contact us URLs in this post 1

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  • Inclusionary Housing Canada » Search » Print
    29 pm In Comments Disabled The web site uses Google Search so that you can search for text in PDFs as well as in the posts and pages that we have created Loading Article printed from Inclusionary Housing Canada http

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  • Response to Canadian Home Builders Association report « Inclusionary Housing Canada
    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 Response to Canadian Home Builders Association report By admin on May 27th 2010 In 2008 the Canadian Home Builders Association commissioned Altus Clayton to write a report that is very critical of Inclusionary Housing This report has been used as the basis for arguments that municipalities should not use IH policies to try to increase the supply of affordable housing The Wellesley Institute commissioned David Rusk a leading American expert on Inclusionary Housing to examine this report and look at the counter arguments in favour of using this tool Richard Drdla the leading Canadian expert has also written a paper that examines the many flaws in the Altus Clayton report Altus Clayton Report David Rusk Critique Richard Drdla Critique May 27th 2010 Category Resources What s New Print This Post Leave a Reply Cancel Name

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