ULI Los Angeles: Housing Council Presents What You Should Know About California’s Sixth Cycle Housing Element

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2022-08-18
2022-08-18T08:00:00 - 2022-08-18T09:30:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    ULI LA Housing Council presents a panel of industry practitioners and experts from the public, private, and non-profit sectors to share insights on the recent sixth cycle housing element update. Amidst the looming housing crisis and a constantly changing legislative landscape, housing elements can provide a cohesive vision and set of actions to assist the State, local governments, and the development community to effectively work together to increase housing in the region.
     
    Updated housing elements will guide housing policy implementation over the next eight years, including but not limited to major rezoning efforts, inclusionary housing requirements, ADU incentives, Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, etc. Housing elements must also include an inventory of land suitable and available for residential development to meet the jurisdiction’s regional housing need by income level.
     
    The event will feature a brief presentation from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), to be followed by panel discussion and open Q&A.
     
    Panelists
     
             
             
    Connie Chung
    Deputy Director
    County of LA Department
    of Regional Planning
      Sohab Mehmood
    Senior Housing Policy Specialist
    CA Department of
    Housing & Community
    Development
     
    Planning Manager
    City of Manhattan Beach
             
             
             
    Director
    HR&A Advisors
     
    Partner
    Rand, Paster & Nelson LLP
     
    Senior Vice President
    Abode Communities
     
     
    Thank You to Our Event Sponsor