New Deadline – Get Housing Element Insight from the Development Community at ULI-LA’s “Office Hours”
As cities are drafting Housing Element updates for 2021-2029, the Los Angeles chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI-LA) is offering an opportunity for local government staff to conduct meaningful outreach to the development community around the policy and zoning changes their Housing Elements propose.
Join ULI-LA for “office hours” in which city staff can interact with ULI volunteers who have expertise on various aspects of housing development — including economics and market analysis, development of market-rate and affordable housing, entitlements and land use consulting, architecture and design — and answer your pre-submitted questions. These sessions are intended to fill a critical gap in public-private sector interaction around housing policy, by allowing cities to receive customized, one-on-one feedback on key issues from expert practitioners in a neutral advisory setting. Participating ULI members include economic analysts, real estate advisors, developers and more. To participate, please fill out this form by July 15 and submit your questions for ULI’s expert panel. Topics could include suitable site analysis, development feasibility, upzoning, inclusionary requirements, 100% affordable housing, or any question on which your city needs private-sector insight.
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org.