The Canadian Home Builders Association commissioned Altus Clayton in 2008 to write a report critical of inclusionary housing programs. Entitled “The Potential Effects of Inclusionary Zoning in Canada“, the central conclusion of this report is that these programs will have a serious adverse impact of the price and production of housing. This conclusion was based largely on conjecture, as the consultants undertook no original research and ignored the authoritative reports and hard empirical evidence that spoke to the contrary.
David Rusk, a leading American expert on inclusionary housing, and Richard Drdla, a Toronto-based affordable housing consultant, have each prepared separate critiques examining many of the flaws and distortions of this report. Both were funded by the Wellesley Institute. Read the Drdla critique. Read the Rusk critique.
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