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ULI Los Angeles: Housing Accountability Act – The Most Important Law You’ve (Maybe) Never Heard of
|Join the Public Sector Subcommittee of the ULI-LA Housing Council for a panel on one of the most significant laws that govern the construction of new housing in California – the Housing Accountability Act (HAA).|
Recent updates to the HAA have given more teeth to this landmark “anti-NIMBY” law, which restraints local governments from denying or reducing the density of conforming housing developments and imposes various deadlines aimed at streamlining the review of planning/zoning entitlements. The law has had significant impacts as well as caused some confusion at the local level and many housing developers and other stakeholders are unaware of important provisions.
The panel will highlight important new written guidance from the state on the implementation of the HAA and how recent amendments are changing the way housing is being developed and approved. Efforts by Los Angeles-area cities and developers will be highlighted to show how they are responding.
Both private and public sector audiences are encouraged to attend and engage!