A Guide to Developing Inclusionary Housing Programs

Richard Drdla Associates:  A Guide to Developing Inclusionary Housing Programs; Acorn Institute Canada:  September 2010.  

This guide examines the main features of  inclusionary housing that should be addressed, together with the main principles and key practices that should be followed, to implement a productive program.    The material draws to a large extent upon the best practices widely used across the US in their inclusionary zoning programs.   Read the report.

This guide was prepared through funding provided by the Catherine Donnelly Foundation.

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An Introduction to Inclusionary Housing Programs

Richard Drdla Associates:  An Introduction to Inclusionary Housing Programs;  Wellesley Institute; July 2010.

The report provides a comprehensive description of the inclusionary housing programs as used in the US.   It describes what these programs are, and how they compare with social housing programs seen to date in Canada.   It identifies and examines their key features,  including housing set-asides, income targets, subject developments, compliance alternatives, cost offsets and affordability controls.   It concludes by outlining the main lessons that can be learned from the US experience and applied in Canada.  Read the report.

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