Inclusionary Housing in Virginia

APA Virginia Chapter

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Thursday, August 30, 2018
9 a.m. - noon EDT

Richmond, VA, United States

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Overview

Following the release of the first Virginia-specific “Inclusionary Housing Guidebook” in 2017, Housing Virginia is offering a series of workshops that will demonstrate how localities can use old and new tools at their disposal to create vibrant, mixed-income communities. These sessions will explore why affordable homes are a critical component to healthy neighborhoods, what the state and federal legal framework allows regarding “inclusionary zoning” and other land use tools to encourage a wide range of home for persons of all incomes, how other localities in Virginia and across the nation are accomplishing this goal, and why communities must build custom-tailored solutions for their specific housing needs.

Resource URL

http://www.housingvirginia.org/news/new-trainings-inclusionary-housing-overcoming-nimby-2-0/

Speakers

Erica Sims

Confirmed Speaker

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Robert Adams

Confirmed Speaker

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Jonathan Knopf

Confirmed Speaker

Jonathan is the Senior Associate for Research and Programs at HDAdvisors, providing data collection and analysis for affordable housing non-profits across Virginia. He specializes in using GIS to create static and interactive maps that help tell the story of housing needs throughout the state. Jonathan has a Masters in Urban ... Read More

Contact Info

Andrew Hopewell, andrew.hopewell@fauquiercounty.gov