State housing legislation, combined with lawsuits focusing on local development review, increase the importance of translating city goals and guidelines for Priority Development Areas (PDAs) into “objective development standards.
Follow a discussion led by an experienced panel to investigate the implications of the Housing Accountability Act, Senate Bill No. 35 (SB 35) and other key housing legislation for plan making, code writing, and project review.
This February 13, 2018 forum is part of the Planning Innovations series, focused on development of the Bay Area’s PDAs.
This is the video recording of the webinar, featuring a panel of experts offering insight into what it means to implement SB 35 and the Housing Accountability Act and what “objective” standards really mean. This video should be supplemented with the slide deck below.
This presentation slide deck from the Planning Innovations forum covers all of the topics discussed in the forum and can be used as a supplement to the video.
These case studies from the forum offer scenarios for consideration, including whether the Housing Accountability Act applies in each scenario. This packet should be downloaded for use with the forum video.