ULI Los Angeles - Homelessness - Confronting the Land Use Challenges to Housing the Homeless

When

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020
7:30am - 3:00pm PST

Where

The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Will open in a new window 555 West Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012-2702 UNITED STATES

Homelessness is the predominant issue affecting major metropolitan regions throughout the nation.  The causes of homelessness are as complex and varied as our nation’s inhabitants.  Los Angeles is home to nearly 60,000 individuals experiencing homelessness.  Encampments continue to proliferate throughout the City.  A critical component to addressing homelessness are land use policies and regulations that can assist in the development of temporary shelters, bridge housing and permanent supportive housing.  Site selection, entitlements and land use approvals, design, construction and project finance are the unique disciplines that contribute to integrated and successful response to homelessness. Please join us as ULI-LA addresses the challenges of homelessness, with particular emphasis and focus on the best land use practices to support the development of housing solutions for the homeless.  Our program will build upon ULI’s national technical advisory report from 2018 and feature national, regional and local experts and housing providers.  Our full day program will host keynote speakers, interactive panel discussions, workshops and offer opportunity for housing and service providers to convene and engage with experts on this important topic. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  Please help.

 

The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels 555 West Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012-2702 UNITED STATES

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